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Tandragee (from Irish: Tóin re Gaoith, meaning "backside to the wind") is a village in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It is built on a hillside overlooking the Cusher River, in the civil parish of Ballymore and the historic barony of Orior Lower. It had a population of 3,486 people in the 2011 Census.Overlooking the village is Tandragee Castle. Originally the seat of the O'Hanlon sept, the chiefs of Orior, it was taken over by the English during the Plantation of Ulster and rebuilt in about 1837 for The 6th Duke of Manchester. Today, its grounds are home to the Tayto potato-crisp factory.
Northern Ireland Electricity has an interconnector to County Louth in the Republic of Ireland from the outskirts of the town.Earlier spellings of the name include Tanderagee and Tonregee.



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