Cnoc na Groighe (B.), Ráth Mhór

abstract: A collection of folklore and local history stories from Cnoc na Groighe (B.), Ráth Mhór (school) (Knocknagree, Co. Cork), collected as part of the Schools' Folklore Scheme, 1937-1938 under the supervision of teacher Diarmuid Ó Muimhneacháin.

Original reference: 0358/1

In collection The Schools’ Collection : County Cork schools

  1. Old Crafts (p. 001-003)
  2. Old Crafts (p. 003-007)
  3. Old Crafts (p. 007-008)
  4. Old Crafts (p. 008)
  5. Old Crafts (p. 008-010)
  6. Old Crafts (p. 010-011)
  7. Old Crafts (p. 011-012)
  8. Old Clothes (p. 013)
  9. Old Crafts (p. 013-014)
  10. Local Hedge-Schools (p. 016-018)
  11. Local Hedge-Schools (p. 018-019)
  12. Local Hedge-Schools (p. 019-020)
  13. Local Hedge-Schools (p. 020-022)
  14. Local Hedge-Schools (p. 022-023)
  15. Local Hedge-Schools (p. 023-024)
  16. Local Hedge-Schools (p. 024-026)
  17. Local Hedge-Schools (p. 027)
  18. Local Hedge-Schools (p. 027-028)
  19. Local Hedge-Schools (p. 028-029)
  20. Local Hedge-Schools (p. 029)
  21. Local Hedge-Schools (p. 030)
  22. Travelling Folk (p. 031-032)
  23. Travelling Folk (p. 032-033)
  24. Travelling Folk (p. 033-034)
  25. Travelling Folk (p. 034-035)
  26. Travelling Folk (p. 035-036)
  27. Travelling Folk (p. 037-038)
  28. Travelling Folk (p. 038-039)
  29. Travelling Folk (p. 039-040)
  30. Local Prayers (p. 041-042)
  31. Local Prayers (p. 042-043)
  32. Local Prayers (p. 043-045)
  33. Old Proverbs (p. 047-048)
  34. Old Proverbs (p. 048-049)
  35. Old Proverbs (p. 049-050)
  36. Old Proverbs (p. 050-051)
  37. Old Proverbs (p. 051-052)
  38. Riddles (p. 054-055)
  39. Riddles (p. 055-056)
  40. Old Riddles (p. 056-057)
  41. Old Riddles (p. 057-058)
  42. Old Riddles (p. 058-059)
  43. Old Riddles (p. 059-060)
  44. Old Riddles (p. 060-061)
  45. Old Riddles (p. 061-062)
  46. Old Riddles (p. 062-063)
  47. Old Riddles (p. 063-064)
  48. Games (p. 065-067)
  49. Games (p. 067-069)
  50. Games (p. 069-071)
  51. Games (p. 071-072)
  52. Games (p. 072-073)
  53. Unlucky and Lucky Days (p. 074-076)
  54. Unlucky and Lucky Days (p. 076-077)
  55. Unlucky and Lucky Days (p. 077)
  56. Unlucky and Lucky Days (p. 077)
  57. Unlucky and Lucky Days (p. 078)
  58. Unlucky and Lucky Days (p. 078-079)
  59. Local Fairs (p. 081-082)
  60. Local Fairs (p. 082-086)
  61. Local Fairs (p. 086-087)
  62. Local Fairs (p. 087-092)
  63. Local Fairs (p. 092-093)
  64. In the days of the stage-coach before trains were uses for the carriage of live stock... (p. 093)
  65. Marriage Customs (p. 095-097)
  66. Marriage Customs (p. 097-098)
  67. Marriage Customs (p. 098-100)
  68. The Execution of James Cotter AD 1822 (p. 101-104)
  69. Local Place Names (p. 105-106)
  70. Local Place Names (p. 106-108)
  71. Without title (p. 108-109)
  72. Clann Uí Chaoimh (p. 109-115)
  73. Local Customs (p. 116-119)
  74. Bird-Lore (p. 120-121)
  75. Story (p. 122-126)
  76. Story (p. 126-127)
  77. There is a fort in John Meade's field and it is said that there is an underground passage... (p. 127)
  78. Once there were rats in Nohoval graveyard and they ate the bodies. (p. 127-128)
  79. There was a man long ago named Seán na Stocaí so called because he made his living by selling stockings. (p. 128-133)
  80. There was a woman living in Cnocabhóthairín with her daughter. (p. 133-136)
  81. St Latern (p. 136-137)
  82. St Gobnait (p. 137-138)
  83. Folach Fiadh is a bank of burned stones. (p. 138-140)
  84. There was once a woman and she had three sons and they were going to seek their fortunes. (p. 140-143)
  85. There was once a man who had a hump. (p. 143-144)
  86. Three women were going to the fair and they were inside in a public house drinking. (p. 144-145)
  87. There were once three men who used to go roving every night. (p. 146)
  88. There was once a farmer in Tipperary on May Day he found he had not as much milk as he should have. (p. 146-147)
  89. There was once a woman in Mountcain who had made butter. (p. 147-148)
  90. Duggans (p. 149-150)
  91. Dónall na Cásca (p. 150-152)
  92. Irish Words Used in English Speech (p. 153-157)
  93. Once upon a time a young man was travelling through the country... (p. 158-159)
  94. There was a man who had five daughters... (p. 159-163)
  95. Story (p. 163-165)
  96. Homemade Toys (p. 166)
  97. Homemade Toys (p. 166-168)
  98. Bowling (p. 169)
  99. Bowling (p. 169)
  100. Bowling (p. 169-170)
  101. Bowling (p. 170-171)
  102. Bowling (p. 171)
  103. Bowling (p. 171-172)
  104. Snap-Apple (p. 173)
  105. Snap-Apple (p. 173-174)
  106. Snap-Apple (p. 174-175)
  107. Snap-Apple (p. 175-176)
  108. Local Tailors (p. 177-178)
  109. Local Tailors (p. 178-179)
  110. Local Tailors (p. 179-181)
  111. Local Tailors (p. 181-182)
  112. Local Tailors (p. 183)
  113. Local Tailors (p. 183-184)
  114. Local Tailors (p. 184-185)
  115. Local Tailors (p. 185-186)
  116. Local Tailors (p. 186-187)
  117. Local Tailors (p. 187)
  118. Story (p. 188)
  119. Local Tailors (p. 188-189)
  120. Local Tailors (p. 189-190)
  121. The Fairy Tree (p. 191-192)
  122. Land League (p. 193-196)
  123. Women's Branch of the Land League (p. 197)
  124. Other Customs (p. 198)
  125. True Ghost Stories (p. 199-207)
  126. Some Tales of the Famine Period (p. 208)
  127. Some Tales of the Famine Period (p. 209)
  128. Some Tales of the Famine Period (p. 210)
  129. Some Tales of the Famine Period (p. 210-213)
  130. Some Tales of the Famine Period (p. 214-219)
  131. Philip D. Dennehy, aged 72, of Nohoval Upper, Knocknagree Co. Cork had some information on many topics. (p. 220-226)
  132. When the talk turned on Ghosts, Mrs Philip Dennehy asked me if I heard of the Sprid at Béal na Dige - 4 1/2mls west of Rathmore Co.Kerry. (p. 227-228)
  133. Máire Nic Ghearailt - Máire Nic Ghearraill (p. 228-229)
Origin information
Knocknagree, Co. Cork
Date created:
typeOfResource
text
Physical description
1 chapter (vol. 358, p. 1a-236)
Languages
English  irish  
genre
Chapter
Subject
Folklore--Ireland--Cork (County)
Occupations   linked data (lcsh)
Clothing and dress   linked data (lcsh)
Schools   linked data (lcsh)
Irish Travellers (Nomadic people)   linked data (lcsh)
Prayers   linked data (lcsh)
Proverbs   linked data (lcsh)
Riddles   linked data (lcsh)
Recreation   linked data (lcsh)
Manners and customs   linked data (lcsh)
Commerce   linked data (lcsh)
Marriage   linked data (lcsh)
local legends   linked data (afset)
Birds--Folklore
Ringforts   linked data (lcsh)
Agriculture   linked data (lcsh)
Supernatural beings   linked data (afset)
Toys   linked data (lcsh)
Geographical myths   linked data (lcsh)
Land use   linked data (lcsh)
Ireland--History--Famine, 1845-1852
School location
KnocknagreeCnoc na GraíKnocknagreeDuhallowCork
Location
https://doi.org/10.7925/drs1.duchas_4921763
Location
University College Dublin. National Folklore Collection UCD .

Original reference: 0358/1

Suggested credit
"The Schools' Manuscript Collection: County Cork schools," held by the National Folklore Collection UCD. © Digital content by University College Dublin, published by UCD Library, University College Dublin <http://digital.ucd.ie/view/duchas:49217635>
Funding
Supported by funding from the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Ireland), University College Dublin, and the National Folklore Foundation (Fondúireacht Bhéaloideas Éireann), 2014-2016.
Record source
Metadata creation date: 2014/2016 — Metadata created by Fiontar, Dublin City University, in collaboration with the National Folklore Collection UCD and UCD Library. Original Fiontar metadata converted into MODS by UCD Library.

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