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Leighlinbridge

Standing Stone / Menhir

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Nearest Town:Leighlinbridge (0km W)
OS Ref (IE):   S695655 / Sheet: 61
Latitude:52° 44' 10.3" N
Longitude:   6° 58' 15.43" W

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From inquiries that Canon Willcocks was good enough to get made for me amongst some of the oldest inhabitants of the district, it appears that the pillar-stone was always known as "the Clonegall stone." Gall is an ancient term for a pillar-stone; and "Clonegall," in the present instance, would no doubt signify "pillar-stone meadow."
From Notes on a gallaun, or pillar-stone, at Leighlinbridge, County Carlow' by Sir Edmund T Bewley. In the Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland v35, 1905.
Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
12th February 2017ce