"Thran" [Thra-an] Meaning: Awkward
...that three women poets merit the ‘weaver poet’ description. The early nineteenth-century poet Sarah Leech of Raphoe in east Donegal was by far the most talented.
The other two are Meggie White and Agnes Kerr. Meggie White’s Gane Afore and other poems was published in Belfast in 1885. Agnes Kerr’s Poems from Ahoghill was published around 1913.