Brookeborough

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Brookeborough (Irish: Achadh Lon, meaning 'Field of the Blackbirds') is a village in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, at the westerly foot of Slieve Beagh.wikipedia
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It is situated in the civil parish of Aghavea and the historic barony of Magherastephana.
The civil parish contains the village of Brookeborough.

A4 road (Northern Ireland)

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It lies about eleven miles east of Enniskillen, just off the A4 trunk road, and about five miles west of the County Tyrone boundary.
The road crosses the county border into County Fermanagh, and skirts past the villages of Brookeborough, Maguiresbridge (A34), Lisbellaw and Tamlaght on its approach to Enniskillen.

County Fermanagh

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Brookeborough (Irish: Achadh Lon, meaning 'Field of the Blackbirds') is a village in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, at the westerly foot of Slieve Beagh.

Seán South

Sean South
This attack was led by Seán Garland, and included Seán South and Fergal O'Hanlon, who were both mortally wounded during the attack.
Seán South (Seán Sabhat; 1928–1 January 1957) was a member of an IRA military column led by Sean Garland on a raid against a Royal Ulster Constabulary barracks in Brookeborough, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, on New Year's Day 1957.

Seán Garland

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This attack was led by Seán Garland, and included Seán South and Fergal O'Hanlon, who were both mortally wounded during the attack.
On 1 January 1957 at the beginning of the IRA Border Campaign, he led the unsuccessful attack on Brookeborough Royal Ulster Constabulary barracks in which his associates Seán South and Fergal O'Hanlon, both the subjects of well-known republican ballads, were shot and fatally wounded.

Magherastephana

It is situated in the civil parish of Aghavea and the historic barony of Magherastephana.

Riverstown

Sligo Folk Park
In 2002, the Brookeborough Community Development Association, in conjunction with a similar organisation in Riverstown, County Sligo, Republic of Ireland, launched the Riverbrooke Cross-Border Initiative linking the two villages in a programme of cross-community/cross-border working.
In 2002 Riverstown and the Brookeborough Community Development Association launched the Riverbrooke Cross-Border Initiative linking the two villages in a programme of cross-community/cross-border working.

Alan Brooke, 1st Viscount Alanbrooke

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He was the seventh and youngest child of Sir Victor Brooke, 3rd Baronet, of Colebrooke Park, Brookeborough, County Fermanagh, Ulster, Ireland, and the former Alice Bellingham, second daughter of Sir Alan Bellingham, 3rd Baronet, of Castle Bellingham in County Louth.

Basil Brooke, 1st Viscount Brookeborough

Basil BrookeSir Basil BrookeThe 1st Viscount Brookeborough
Basil Stanlake Brooke was born on 9 June 1888 at Colebrooke Park, his family's neo-Classical ancestral seat on (what was then) the several-thousand acre Colebrooke Estate, just outside Brookeborough, a village near Lisnaskea in County Fermanagh, Ireland.

John Armstrong Sr.

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Armstrong was born on October 13, 1717, in Brookeborough, County Fermanagh, Ireland, parents not determined, who married in 1704.

Alan Brooke, 3rd Viscount Brookeborough

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They farm the 1000 acre Colebrooke Estate, just outside Brookeborough in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.

Evelyn Wrench

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Wrench was born in 1882, in Brookeborough, County Fermanagh, part of the Province of Ulster in Ireland, the son of the Rt.

Fergal O'Hanlon

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This attack was led by Seán Garland, and included Seán South and Fergal O'Hanlon, who were both mortally wounded during the attack.
Aged 20, O'Hanlon was killed along with Seán South while taking part in an attack on the Royal Ulster Constabulary (R.U.C.) barracks in Brookeborough, County Fermanagh, during the Border Campaign.

Bobbie Hanvey

Hanvey was born in Brookeborough, County Fermanagh.

Brookeborough railway station

Brookeborough Railway Station House
The station is in the village of Brookeborough, in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.

Fivemiletown

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Fivemiletown's name comes from its location five Irish miles (1 Irish mile = 1.27 statute miles = 2044 m) from its nearest neighbours: Clogher, Brookeborough and Tempo.

Charitie Lees Smith

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The Rev. Smith was the minister of Colebrooke church, in the Church of Ireland parish of Aghalurcher from 1838–1867 and, during this period, the family lived in Ardunshin House near Brookeborough, County Fermanagh, Ireland.

Clogher Valley Railway

Clogher Valley
It then proceeded in a north-easterly direction through stations at Brookeborough, Colebrooke, Fivemiletown, Clogher and Augher until reaching Ballygawley station, at which point the line turned in a south-easterly direction to Aughnacloy, Caledon and the eastern terminus at Tynan, County Armagh (where the Great Northern Railway was again met, this time on the Clones to Portadown line) Aughnacloy was the line's principal station and the location of the company's headquarters and workshops.

Irish Republican Army (1922–1969)

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On 1 January 1957, there was an attack on Brookeborough Royal Ulster Constabulary Barracks by the Irish Republican Army during its 1950s Border Campaign.
Support increased massively after the deaths of Seán South and Fergal O'Hanlon in the Brookeborough Raid.

List of towns and villages in Northern Ireland

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Ballela, Ballerin, Ballinamallard, Ballintoy, Balloo, Ballybogy, Ballycarry, Ballycassidy, Ballycastle, Ballyclare, Ballyeaston, Ballygalley, Ballygawley, Ballygowan, Ballyhalbert, Ballyhornan, Ballykelly, Ballykinler, Ballylesson, Ballylinney, Ballymacmaine, Ballymacnab, Ballymagorry, Ballymartin, Ballymaguigan, Ballymena, Ballymoney, Ballynahinch, Ballynure, Ballyrashane, Ballyrobert, Ballyronan, Ballyrory, Ballyscullion, Ballyskeagh, Ballystrudder, Ballyvoy, Ballywalter, Balnamore, Banagher, Banbridge, Bangor, Bannfoot, Belcoo, Belfast, Bellaghy, Bellanaleck, Bellarena, Belleek, Belleeks, Benburb, Bendooragh, Beragh, Bessbrook, Blackskull, Blackwatertown, Blaney, Bleary, Boho, Brackaville, Bready, Brockagh, Brookeborough, Broomhill, Broughshane, Bryansford, Buckna, Burnfoot, Burren, Bushmills

Irish language

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Brookeborough (Irish: Achadh Lon, meaning 'Field of the Blackbirds') is a village in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, at the westerly foot of Slieve Beagh.

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Brookeborough (Irish: Achadh Lon, meaning 'Field of the Blackbirds') is a village in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, at the westerly foot of Slieve Beagh.

Northern Ireland

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Brookeborough (Irish: Achadh Lon, meaning 'Field of the Blackbirds') is a village in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, at the westerly foot of Slieve Beagh.