The Troubles in Dromore (Down)

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The Troubles in Dromore recounts incidents during, and the effects of, The Troubles in Dromore, County Down, Northern Ireland.

Incidents in Dromore during the Troubles resulting in two or more fatalities:

1976

  • 7 April 1976 - William Herron (64), Elizabeth Herron (58) and their daughter, Noleen Herron (26), all Protestant civilians, were killed during a Provisional Irish Republican Army incendiary bomb attack on their drapery shop on Market Square, Dromore. They lived in the flat above the shop.

1988

  • 6 July 1988 - Terence Delaney (31) Catholic Civilian, killed by Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF). Shot while waiting for lift to work in Bridge Street, Dromore,

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