Aghagogan facts for kids
The name derives from the Irish: Achadh Ogáin (Hogan's field), Achadh Ui Ógáin (O'Hogan's field) or Achadh goigin (field where giddy-headed people congregate).
Barry McElduff, Sinn Féin MLA, is from Aghagogan and is an advocate for increased use of townland names in Northern Ireland.
The population of the townland declined during the 19th century:
The townland contains two Scheduled Historic Monuments: a wedge tomb (grid ref: H6391 7360) and a standing stone (grid ref: H6398 7351).
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