Galgorm Parks

Galgorm Parks, formerly known as the Deerpark of Galgorm has taken its name from the nearby townland of Galgorm and seems to owe its origins to a grant in 1618 from King James I to Sir Faithful Fortescue which refers to the creation of the “manor of Fortescue, with one thousand acres in demesne.

Population in 1881 – 860

Population in 1891 – 657

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