Ballylaneen (County Waterford)
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Located between two villlages known as Kilmacthomas and Bunmahon on the banks of the River Mahon where nearby there is a hill.
In 1824 a catholic church known as St. Annes is of Catholic Religion. There is a pub with a Newsagents and seven dwelling houses. For people who want to pray there is a holy well known as st. Anne's which was built in 1974. In the early 1800s the village was a very big place back then. And mothel was over the whole administration of the diocese back at that particular time. Stradbally is a well situated parish and its adjoined to Ballylaneen. This parish is also located on the banks of the river Mahon overlooking a large mill. And this particular parish is towards the east of the region.
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