Galbally, County Tyrone

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Roman Catholic Church, Galbally.

Galbally (from Irish: Gallbhuaile, meaning "stone booley"[1][2]) is a hamlet and townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is between Cappagh and Donaghmore. Its name was formerly spelt as Gallwolly and Gallwally.[1]

The hamlet has one pub, a convenience shop, a church and a post office with an adjoining grocery shop. The local Gaelic football team is called Galbally Pearses. Sylvia Hermon actually came from Kilnaslee which is not Galbally.


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Coordinates: 54°32′N 6°53′W / 54.533°N 6.883°W / 54.533; -6.883