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Curran is in the Electoral Division of Benburb, in Civil Parish of Clonfeacle (Tyrone portion), in the Barony of Dungannon Middle, in the County of Tyrone
The Irish name for Curran is Cuirrín
Curran is not matched up to Logainm.ie yet.
It is located at 54° 25' 59" N, 6° 45' 31" W.
Curran has an area of:
- 464,260 m² / 46.43 hectares / 0.4643 km²
- 0.18 square miles
- 114.72 acres / 114 acres, 2 roods, 35 perches
Nationwide, it is the 48286th largest townland that we know about
Within Co. Tyrone, it is the 1852nd largest townland
Curran borders the following other townlands:
We don't know about any subtownlands in Curran.
Genealogy / Ancestry / Records Search
Curious to see who lived in Curran in the past? Maybe even seeing scans of their handwritten census returns?
Curran was added to OpenStreetMap on 24 Aug 2015 by Stephen_Co_Antrim.