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Huggins of Glenarb townland in the parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone

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Welcome to this landing page for family history research findings for Huggins individuals originating from Glenarb in the parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone, dating from no later than 1718.

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The Island Cross, Tynan by Lady Daphne Pitt-Taylor (1889–1945). © Armagh County Museum Collection. ID No. ARMCM.3.1953. Copyright reserved.

About the image of the Island Cross:—The cross was one of several removed from the ancient monastic site in Glenarb townland c.1840. The watercolourist was Lady Daphne Pitt-Taylor, daughter of Sir James Henry Stronge, Bart., D.L., and wife to Colonel Walter William Pitt-Taylor, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., of Castle Douglas. She died at Belfast in 1945.

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Source citation for this page: — Kilpatrick, Alison. “Huggins of Glenarb townland in the Parish of Aghaloo.” Online at Arborealis,

All rights reserved, excepting the image of The Island Cross (Tynan Abbey, County Armagh), which is copyright © to Armagh County Museum Collection, Armagh, Northern Ireland.

Updated 2nd Nov. 2023.