Cill an Mhuilinn
Killavullen bridge spanning the River Blackwater
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Killavullen (Irish: Cill an Mhuilinn, meaning "the Church of the Mill") is a village on the river Blackwater, in County Cork, Ireland. The village is located just south of the N72 road, is 10 km (6.2 mi) east of Mallow and 32 km (20 mi) north of Cork city. The census of 2002 put the population at 224. The parish of Killavullen & Annakissa contains close to 1500 people.
The modern parish includes the former parish of Annakissa. The church in the village was built in 1839 and is dedicated to St. Nicholas.
Edmund Burke, parliamentarian and philosopher, received some of his early education in a hedge school in Killavullen. Nano Nagle, founder of the Presentation Sisters, was born near Killavullen (in Ballygriffin) in 1718.
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