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O’Gorman’s hat factory and other businesses were cited in the…
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He talks about Christy Ring and Cork GAA and the atmosphere of match day.
John also talks a bout some childhood games. He mentions a holy well in Failhill called Fahy's Well.
Brother Higgins (born circa 1956) grew up in Madden’s Buildings,…