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Donaghmore, County Down

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Donaghmore is a civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is situated mainly in the historic barony of Iveagh Upper, Upper Half, with two townlands in the barony of Iveagh Lower, Upper Half.[1]


Loyalist Robin Jackson, nicknamed "The Jackal" (1948-1998), was born in Donaghmore and is buried in the St. Bartholomew Church of Ireland churchyard.[2]


The townland contains the following villages:[1]


Donaghmore civil parish contains the following townlands:[1]

  • Annaghbane
  • Ardkeeragh
  • Aughintober
  • Aughnacaven
  • Ballyblaugh
  • Ballylough
  • Ballymacaratty Beg
  • Ballymacaratty More
  • Buskhill
  • Cargabane
  • Carrickrovaddy
  • Corgary
  • Derrycraw
  • Drumantine
  • Drummiller
  • Glebe
  • Killysavan
  • Knocknanarny
  • Lurganare
  • Maddydrumbrist
  • Moneymore
  • Ringbane
  • Ringclare
  • Ringolish
  • Tullymore
  • Tullymurry

See also


  1. ^ a b c "Donaghmore". IreAtlas Townlands Database. Retrieved 18 May 2015.
  2. ^ Jordan, Hugh (6 January 2019). "The Jackal's Unmarked Grave". Sunday World.
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