Abbey 5H class 1975/6

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Amazingly, it is thirty-six years ago.  I have two children older than that!  I’d like to learn where they all are now. (No!  Not my children.  They keep me informed.  The Abbey boys, I mean!).  Here’s a start!   Maurice McCavitt (brother of Seamus and Dr John) has the Bureau de Change on Hill Street. I think Francie McCracken is still out in Clanrye Avenue working in the swimming pool.  Kevin Lyons is still about town.  In fact he lives up near me in Druncashellone.

Can you help with the rest ?

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