Ballygeegan is a townland southwest of Killinchy in County Down. The A22 road connecting Comber and Downpatrick runs through Ballygeegan, but it’s easy to get away from the main road into some peaceful countryside.
According to the PLACENAMESNI website, the name Ballygeegan probably comes from the Irish Baile Díogáin meaning “townland of the little ditch”.
Which other townlands border Ballygeegan? To the north, Killinchy and Carrigullian. To the east, Tullycore, Ballybredagh and Tullymore. To the south, Clay, Ballymacarron, and a sliver of Toy and Kirkland. To the west, Ballymacreelly and Ballygoskin.
Which civil parish is Ballygeegan in? Killinchy
Which council area is Ballygeegan in? Newry Mourne and Down District Council
Which county is Ballygeegan in? County Down