Cappagh

Coordinates: 54°32′34″N 6°55′33″W / 54.54278°N 6.92583°W / 54.54278; -6.92583 Cappagh (from Irish: Ceapach Mhic Cuarta, meaning "Mac Cuarta's tillage plot") is a small village, townland and civil parish in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is between Pomeroy, Ballygawley, Galbally and Carrickmore, with the hamlet of Galbally about one mile to the east. Most of the land around Cappagh is farmland although a quarry lies just outside the village.

There is also a small rural parish in the west of county Limerick called Cappagh.

Read more about Cappagh:  Places of Interest, The Troubles in Cappagh, People, Cappagh Townland

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