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From: "Rachel Dysart" <>
Subject: Re: Contributers to "True Irish Ghost Stories"
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2000 23:25:00 +0100
Not your usual high octane, highly intellectual type of book , but
just as apt, all the same.
I spent too many years in Ireland listening to tales of banshees to
ever want to hear more of them, but I'll have to try to find this one
as one of the contributors to the 1926 edition was almost certainly
Connie Dysart, daughter of my Indian Army Dysart and I'd be intrigued
to hear her story. She was born in 1862 and died in 1951.
> In 1926 he published another edition, including first hand
> They came from
> Miss C Dysart, Moville, Dongeal
Do I understand you correctly to mean that the book you have (and have
given us the ISBN no for) does not contain the later 1926 edition
contributors- among them Connie Dysart. If so, does it happen to
mention a separate ISBN.
My genealogy has included many new learning experiences and trips down
interesting by-ways. This could be another interesting diversion.
Thanks for posting this.