Ballyconnell

Irish Local Names Explained

Ballyconnell in Cavan. According to tradition, Conall Carnagh, one of the most renowned of the Red Branch knights of Ulster, was slain here in the first century; hence it was called Bel-atha-Chonaill, the mouth of the ford of Conall.

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