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Coordinates: 54°45′43″N 7°14′46″W / 54.762°N 7.246°W / 54.762; -7.246 Landahaussy or Landahussy (possibly from Irish: Lann Uí Eoghasa, meaning "Ó Eoghasa's church")[1] is a small village and townland near Plumbridge in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is within the Strabane District Council area.[2]


It is the birthplace of mathematician James MacCullagh.