School: Páirc Íseal (C.) (roll number 4794)

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0117, Page 160

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0117, Page 160

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  3. XML “Whit Sunday”
  4. XML “Lá na Leanbh”
  5. XML “The Fóidín Marbh”

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  1. The "Foidin Marbh" is a sod of ground and if you stand on it at night, you will be unable to find your way -- lifted as it is called. If you take off your coat and turn it you will be alright.
    Long ago people had to carry the coffins long distances and left them down to rest. This
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    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.