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Clonfeacle is a civil parish in County Armagh and County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is split across the historic baronies of Armagh and Oneilland West in County Armagh and Dungannon Lower and Dungannon Middle in County Tyrone.
The Parish contains the following 122 townlands:
Altnavannog, Anagasna Glebe, Annagh
Ballycullen or Drumask, Ballycullen or Shanmullagh, Ballymackilduff, Ballytroddan, Benburb, Blackwatertown or Lisbofin, Boland, Brossloy, Broughadowey
Cadian, Canary, Carrowbeg, Carrowcolman, Carrycastle, Clogherny, Clonbeg, Clonmore, Clonteevy, Coolcush, Coolkill, Copney, Cormullagh, Creaghan, Crew, Crossteely, Crubinagh, Culkeeran, Culrevog, Curran
Derrycaw, Derrycreevy, Derrycreevy (Knox), Derryfubble, Derrygoonan, Derrygortrevy, Derrylattinee, Derrymagowan, Derryoghill, Derryscollop, Donnydeade, Drain, Drumanuey, Drumarn, Drumask or Ballycullen, Drumay, Drumcullen, Drumderg, Drumflugh, Drumgart, Drumgold, Drumgormal, Drumgose, Drumgrannon, Drumlee, Drummond, Drumnamoless, Drumnashaloge, Drumnastrade, Drumskinny, Dunamony, Dunseark
Garvaghy, Gorestown, Gort, Gortmerron, Grange
Killybracken, Kilmore, Kilnacart, Kilnagrew, Knockarogan Glebe, Knocknacloy
Sanaghanroe, Sessiamagaroll, Seyloran, Shanmoy, Shanmullagh or Ballycullen, Stangmore (Knox), Stangmore (Magee), Stiloga, Syerla
Terryglassog, Terryscollop, Tireagerty, Tobermesson Glebe, Tullydowey, Tullygiven, Tullygoney, Tullykevan, Tullylearn, Tullyroan, Turleenan, Tyhan
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