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The name Derreennascooba comes from the Irish, "Doirin na Scuaibe," meaning "The Little Derry or Oak Wood of the Broom." After meeting Margaret Kerrigan, she invited me into her home.
Her sheepdog Patch was lying on the floor inside the door and hardly raised an eyebrow as I entered.
An Irish Sheepdog was doing what he was trained to do in a stone-walled green field on the downward slope of the hillside.
I was hoping to talk to Norah about this new information, but no one was home. Undaunted, I decided to park my car by the side of the road, enjoy the countryside, and at least walk around in the townland of Derreennascooba where I knew my ancestors to be from.
That is when I chanced upon Margaret Kerrigan and found the Foy farm.
The day before the Discovery, I had driven from Cootehill, County Cavan, in a small Opel Corsa rented in Dublin.
I was staying at the Millhill House Bed and Breakfast run by Breege and Tom Scahill outside of Castlebar just south of the Westport Road.