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Aghanaglack

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Aghanaglack or Aghnaglack (), is a townland in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. It is situated in the civil parish of Boho, as well as Fermanagh and Omagh district. Etymology Aghanaglack derives from the Irish achadh na glaice, meaning "field of the hollow". Alternative spellings of this name recorded over the centuries include: Aghneglack (1609) Aghonaglacky (1611) Agheneglackie (1624) Aghneglacke (1630) Aghanlaike (1659) Glack, Glac or Glac Mhanchach Aghonaglacky Aghanaglach. History The Reverend John Nixon states in his diary, that during the period of the Plantation, the Chief of the O’Flanagans (Hugh III) whose main residence was at Aghamore on the shore of Carrick Lough, received a grant of land at Glack in Boho. Some of the ruling sept of the O’Flanagans eventually settled in Austria. Giants Double Court Tomb In 1938 a "double court tomb" (Grid ref:H0981 4358)was excavated in the townland of Aghanaglack by Prof. Oliver
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