Templecorran (County Antrim)
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Templecorran is a parish in Antrim with a population of 1,338 inhabitants.
In 1597 At a place called the Old Mill Glen, the MacQuillian's and MacDonnell's fought a battle in which The MacQuillian's were defeated and in November that year another battle was fought at the same spot between the MacDonnell's and Sir John Chochester in which Sir John Chichester was slain and his army defeated.
The weaving of linen cloth and spinning of yarn is carried out here in conjunction with agriculture. The church which was a spacious structure in now in ruins and it was at one stage occupied by the Presbyterians as a olace of worship.
There are two schools where about 120 children are educated and a private school where 10 girls attend.
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