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County Armagh
Attractive Rural Housing Development, Annaghugh, Loughgall. - - 556131.jpg
New development at Annahugh
Grid reference: H934528
Location: 54°24’56"N, 6°33’40"W
Local Government
Council: Armagh, Banbridge
and Craigavon

Annahugh is a small village and townland near Loughgall in County Armagh. While most of the settlement is within the townland of Annahugh, part of it extends into the neighbouring townland of Ballyhagan', and the two names are sometimes used to refer to the same village. Annahugh had a population of 275 people in 98 households at the 2011 Census.

The name of the village is from the Irish Eanach Aodha, meaning 'Hugh's marsh'.[1]


  1. Annahugh - Placenames NI