Dungannon, County Tyrone

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I was born in Belfast in 1940 but like others we were bombed out of Belfast and moved into the old school house in school lane, Moygashel. We were still there when dad came home from Burma at the end of the war. My early school life was at the primary school, Moygashel. We spent some years living in refurbished huts of the empty prisoner of war camp on the Dungannon Road before moving into 26 Northland ...see more

I visited Dungannon several times with my father who was born in the Lindesayville Cottages in 1923, his mother's family, the Stranaghans, lived at number 17 and my father lived second from the bottom end. The family attended Desertcreat church. Dungannon is a very nice small town. My father moved to Corby in England in 1947, in 1950 he took my mother over to meet his family, he did not go back until 1996 and had his picture in the Tyrone Courier, he knew the editor from school.