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Mcgovery, Denis

The blacksmith at Drumsna, who jilted Betsy Cane because the cow, the major part of her dowry, proved not to be with calf. He married Mary Brady, who brought with her “two small pigs, a thrifle of change,” as well as a new pair of sheets.

"A hardworking ill-favoured, saying man" (1: 5:77).