School: Baile an Daingin (C.) (roll number 4828)

Ballindine, Co. Mayo
Máire de Staic
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0096, Page 660

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  1. There is a liss in Patrick Heaney's field in Ballygalss and another about a quarter of a mile away from that beside a stream and any animal or person that walked in that stream would not be able to leave it. There is a liss in one of John Culkin's [?] fields in Belmont surrounded by a stone wall and inside a graveyard with a bush in the centre where the Blakes, who lived there, were buried. They were Protestants and no Catholic was ever buried in it.
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