School: Cromadh (B.)

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Cromadh, Co. Luimnigh
Teacher:
Dáithí Ó Ceanntabhail
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    Ballymac is a very big townland. It runs for more than a mile at both sides of the river and is very deep (that is wide). That field opposite us belonging to Johy Fay. (Tullovin castle) is called Mescall's field. Mescall lived above there on the side of the hill on the old road and the whiteboys shot him. They say they buried him in that field and that is why it is so called.
    Ned Shea's field near the big comneen(?) is called Howarddeen's field, because Howard, the whiteboy was born there. 'Tis how 'tis the "Howardeen" they call it.
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    Do thug an Sagart Óg, An t-Ath. Tomás O Suilleabháin searmóin dúinn ag an tarna Aifreann Dia Domhnaigh 29-11-36.

    Do thug an Sagart Óg, An t-Ath. Tomás O Suilleabháin searmóin dúinn ag an tarna Aifreann Dia Domhnaigh 29-11-36. Ag tagairt d’on chéad Aithne, dubhairt sé go raibh Cultus religiosus viciosus [?]á chleaitadh sa pharóisde d’aon ghnó amháin dioghbháil a déanamh do dhaoinibh tré cumhacht an diabhail. Dheir sé soiléir annsan gur do phiseogaibh a bhí sé ag tagairt agus mhinigh se gur scaipeadh uibheacha go fóir leathan i ngairdínibh prátaí agus sna móinfheárachaibh comh maith, agus sna cocaibh agus sna [?]giobólaibh féir, Thaisbeán sé uile olc agus donas a leithéide de nosaibh, agus thairg sé fearg Dé ar na daoinibh a chleachtuigh iad. Consequent upon his remarks, there was more talk
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