Baile na Coille
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Ballinakill (Irish: Baile na Coille, meaning "the town of the woods"") is a small village in County Laois, Ireland on the R432 regional road between Abbeyleix, Ballyragget and Castlecomer, Co Kilkenny
The town square features a prominent monument to men who died in the 1798 rebellion: Comerford, Crennan, Geoghan, McEvoy, Fagan and Fox. The monument was erected in 1898. In 1998 a ceremony was held in Ballinakill to mark the bicentenary of the deaths.
- Ballinakill: A Journey through Time by Ger Dunphy and Christy O'Shea,2002.
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