People from County Londonderry

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This list has 10 sub-lists and 136 members. See also People by county in Northern Ireland, People from Ulster

  1. Councillors in County Londonderry

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  2. Sportspeople from County Londonderry

    Sportspeople from County Londonderry

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  4. People from Derry

    People from Derry

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  5. People from Dungiven

    People from Dungiven

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  6. People from Garvagh

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  7. People from Limavady

    People from Limavady

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  8. People from Magherafelt

    People from Magherafelt

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  9. People from Maghera

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  10. People from Portstewart

    People from Portstewart

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  1. Francis Hughes

    Francis Hughes

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    Northern Irish, Activist

  2. Thomas McElwee

    Thomas McElwee

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    Northern Irish, Activist

  3. Seamus Heaney

    Seamus Heaney

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    Irish poet

  4. Martin O'Neill

    Martin O'Neill

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    Northern Irish footballer and manager

  5. William Lithgow

    William Lithgow

    21 views
    Scottish, Politician

  6. Wendy Houvenaghel

    Wendy Houvenaghel

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    British racing cyclist

  7. Albert Anderson

    Albert Anderson

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    Commander Albert Wesley Anderson (23 July 1907 – 1985) was the son of Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Newton Anderson (8 December 1871 – 1937), a businessman, member of Londonderry City Council and Lord Mayor of Londonderry (from 1915–1919).


  8. Dermot McNicholl

    Dermot McNicholl

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    Gaelic and Australian rules footballer

  9. David Campbell (footballer)

    David Campbell (footballer)

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    Northern Irish footballer

  10. Geraldine Keegan

    Geraldine Keegan

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    Irish, Educator

  11. Ken Goodall

    Ken Goodall

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    Irish rugby union player

  12. Tony Scullion

    Tony Scullion

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    Irish hurler and Gaelic footballer

  13. John Park (VC)

    John Park (VC)

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    Recipient of the Victoria Cross

  14. Joyce Cary

    Joyce Cary

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    Arthur Joyce Lunel Cary (7 December 1888 – 29 March 1957) was an Anglo-Irish novelist and artist.


  15. Fabian Monds

    Fabian Monds

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    Northern Irish academic and businessman

  16. Alexander McNutt (colonisation)

    Alexander McNutt (colonisation)

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    Alexander McNutt (1725, near Derry, Ireland – 1811, Lexington, Virginia) was a British army officer, colonist and land agent, responsible for seeing an approximate 500 Ulster Scottish emigrants arrive in Nova Scotia during the early 1760s.


  17. Henry Downey

    Henry Downey

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    Irish hurler and gaelic footballer

  18. Fred Catherwood

    Fred Catherwood

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    British politician

  19. Aisling Diamond

    Aisling Diamond

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    Aisling Diamond is a camogie player. She won a camogie All Star award in 2007.


  20. James Chichester-Clark

    James Chichester-Clark

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    Prime Minister of Northern Ireland

  21. Grainne McGoldrick

    Grainne McGoldrick

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    Gráinne McGoldrick is a camogie player. She won a camogie All Star award in 2009.


  22. Charles Thomson

    Charles Thomson

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    British artist

  23. John Perry (engineer)

    John Perry (engineer)

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    British, Scientist

  24. Desmond Boal

    Desmond Boal

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    Northern Irish politician, activist and barrister

  25. Ivan Cooper

    Ivan Cooper

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    Ivan Averill Cooper (born January 1944) is a former politician from Northern Ireland who was a member of the Parliament of Northern Ireland, and a founding member of the SDLP. He is best known for leading an anti-internment march which developed into the Bloody Sunday massacre on 30 January 1972, in Derry, Northern Ireland.


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