Tullygerravra

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Tullygerravra (from Irish Tulaigh Dhoire Bhreith, meaning "hill of the oak-wood of the birth") is a townland in the area of Belcoo, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. It was previously in the area of Boho and still constitutes a part of the parish of Botha.[1]

This townland is mentioned as one of the three townlands including Agho and Eoss in the parish of Botha which were removed from the barony of Magheraboy around the 1890s.[2]

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  1. ^ "Tullygerravra". Placenames NI. 
  2. ^ The radical cure for Ireland: a letter to the people of England and Scotland concerning a new plantation. W. Blackwood, Edinburgh. University of California Libraries. 1890. 

Coordinates: 54°22′30″N 7°58′56″W / 54.37511°N 7.98217°W / 54.37511; -7.98217