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- XML “Celebration of Feasts”
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When St Bridgets day comes all the big boys put skerts and straw ropes on them and go from house to house
playing music and gathering money.
Sometimes they out for three nights and when it does be over they have four or five pounds.Then they go to the town and buy stout and after a few nights they do have a great feed some night.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- Local landlords.22 nd February 1938
Long ago there were a lot of landlords in Ireland.There was a landlord over this district whose name was Thomas Roe and he lived in Beaugh. He had a great big house and big iron gates leading into it.He also kept large horses and when he would be going on a journey he would never open the gates but he would make his horse jump over them. The people used to(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.