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Jay Carroll by his late wife's grave at the cemetery where all the Irish Travellers are buried a few miles from Murphy Village.

Murphy Village, North Augusta, South Carolina is a community of around 2000 Irish Travellers who settled there in the late 60s. They bought some land, following the advice of Catholic priest Father Murphy who also had a catholic church, St Edward, built in Murphy village.
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Jay Carroll by his late wife's grave at the cemetery where all the Irish Travellers are buried a few miles from Murphy Village. <br />
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Murphy Village, North Augusta, South Carolina is a community of around 2000 Irish Travellers who settled there in the late 60s. They bought some land, following the advice of Catholic priest Father Murphy who also had a catholic church, St Edward, built in Murphy village.