School: Crannach, Inis

Cranny, Co. Clare
Mícheál Ó Maolchaoin
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0603, Page 085

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    so a huge lump came up his neck, and he was cured instantly of his ailment. The landlord implored the boy to come into his presence. When he did so the landlord was so grateful to him that he gave him as much gold as did him for life. The boy returned to his homestead, and immediately married and he was never in want of money or happiness.
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  2. The old people believed that when ever anyone would go into a newly built house, they should bring in a sod of turf.
    On all souls' eve some people leave some, tea, sugar, bread, and other things on the table, they think that the souls would want them.
    Some old people say that the first piece of cake
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    Kitty Mc Mahon
    MaryAnn Mc Mahon
    Carrowreagh West, Co. Clare