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- Pat Mitchel was a well-known beggar-man around Glenamaddy. He was called "Pat the Bag" because he used to be going around the country begging with a bag on his back.
If he heard about any person getting married he would be sure to be there as he was very fond of drink.
Michael Fleming was another well-known beggar. He used to walk all over the country and he never wore any boots either in Summer or Winter. He had no cart to carry him and he used to sleep along by the road-side.
There were two tinker-women who were well-known around Glenamaddy. They used to be going around from house to house begging and they used to be nearly always (sho) smoking.
They were called "Cailleachaigh bodhaí(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.