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Derryvullan (from Irish: Doire Mhaoláin, meaning "Mullan's oak wood") is a civil parish and townland (of 296 acres) in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. The civil parish is situated in the historic baronies of Tirkennedy and Lurg. Derryvullan townland is in the portion of the parish of the same name in Tirkennedy.
The ruins of an 18th-century church mark the site of an early church in Derryvullan.
Civil parish of Derryvullan
The civil parish includes the following townlands:
Cantytrindle, Carran Little, Carranboy, Carry, Cassidy, Castle Coole, Castle Irvine Demesne, Cavanacross, Cavancarragh, Clenaghisle, Cloghcor, Coolaness, Coolbuck, Coolisk, Crockaleen, Cules Long, Cules Short, Cullaghmore, Cultiagh, Curraghlare
Derrybeg, Derryclawan, Derryhillagh, Derrynanny, Derryveone, Derryvullan, Doonan, Dring, Drogan, Dromore, Drumadravy, Drumaran, Drumarky, Drumbo, Drumbulcan, Drumcaw, Drumcrin, Drumcrooil, Drumduff, Drumhirk, Drumhoney, Druminshin Beg, Druminshin More, Druminshinardagh, Drummal, Drummee, Drummonaghan, Drumpeen, Drumsara, Drumshane, Drumskool, Drumsluice, Drumskea, Duross