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- (continued from previous page)asked him his name. "Begor I knew yer father well when he used be sellin' the top-loadeens of turf to Mrs. Driscoll. "
The youth got very vexed to the old man for saying such a rude thing to his dead father.
"Ye blágárd" said he, "don't be coddin' me father or ye'll get a black eye, he was never selling top-loadeens of turf."
This was told to me by my father. My own name is Pat Joe Barry, Ballybawn, Ballydehob, County Cork.
October 29th 1937.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- A short time ago there lived a man who was born ten years after his mother was buried
This is how it happened.(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.