St. Matthew's Primary School, Garvaghy.
Coordinates: 54°29′20″N 7°08′06″W / 54.489°N 7.135°W Garvaghey or Garvaghy (pronounced // gar-VAH-hee, from Irish: Garbhachadh, meaning "rough field") is a townland and hamlet in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is between Ballygawley (about 5 miles to the southeast) and Omagh (about 11 miles to the northwest). It has a primary school called St Matthew's, a pub called Kelly's Inn, a shop and a Catholic chapel also called St Matthew's.
The Poet John Montague was born in New York (28 February 1929) and was brought up in Garvaghey.
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- ^ Placenames NI: Garvaghy
- ^ Placenames Database of Ireland: Garvaghy