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Coordinates: 54°29′24″N 6°42′14″W / 54.490°N 6.704°W / 54.490; -6.704

St Andrew's Church (Church of Ireland), Killyman

Killyman (Irish: Cill na mBan, meaning "church of the women") is a civil parish in Northern Ireland, situated on the eastern boundary of County Tyrone and extending into County Armagh. 37 of its 43 townlands are in Tyrone; the River Blackwater separates the two counties. It contains the small, predominantly Protestant, settlement of Killyman proper, which lies some 4 km (2.5 mi) southeast of Dungannon and immediately south of the M1 motorway.[1]

The settlement, which developed around a crossroads on the road from Belfast to Dungannon, consists mainly of a number of single dwellings, although there has also been some in-depth housing development in recent years. Local facilities include a small number of shops, primary schools and churches. Mortimer O'Sullivan was the Church of Ireland rector here in the 1830s.[2]

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  1. ^ Killyman profile at Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, 1837; accessed 1 May 2014.
  2. ^ A guide to an Irish gentleman in his search for a religion,; accessed 1 May 2014.

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