Clonbulloge (Cluain Bolg in Irish) is a village located in County Offaly in Ireland. Bolg was the Celtic sun-god and this was probably a field where followers of Bolg assembled for worship. The common pronunciation of the village up to recent times was 'Clon Bolg', which endorses this interpretation.
Clonbullogue is located near the point where three counties—Offaly, Laois and Kildare meet. The village is on an island of pasture land in the bog of Allen. The population of the village is 442, which has remained almost unchanged for over a century.
The area is marked on the Cottonian map 1653 of Leix & Offaly as Clanbolg. In the 1659 Census, Robert Shallcross was listed as the titled person in the area. In 1679, Charles II granted this area to the Purefoy family and for a time the village was called Purefoy's Place. In 1798, the village was burned—the only part of Offaly to suffer this fate during the Rebellion. Two of the Wexford leaders, Colonel Anthony Perry and Father Mogue Kearns were captured here and were later hanged at Edenderry for their part in the 1798 Rebellion.
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