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    There was a man wan time by the name of Tom Connors...

    There was a man wan time by the name of Tom Connors and he had three sons. There names were Mick Jack and Larry. Mick was the eldest and he was somewhat silly but the other two were all there I'm telling you.
    Tom Connors’ wife was dead and himself and his three sons were living in a farm of land. He was a well off man was Tom Connors and it was said that he was wan of the richest man in the Barony of [?]. Tom lived to be a very old man, and he used to take great pride in boasting on of his three sons. but he was mighty ashamed of Mick for he was a bit silly. Not alone was he ashamed of him but he was also very unkind to him and used never give him any money and whenever there would be a [?] party
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    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
    Date
    7 August 1936
    Item type
    Lore
    Language
    English
    Writing mode
    Handwritten
    Writing script
    Roman script
    Informant