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This is the Umbrella Project Page for County Tyrone - Northern Ireland

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County Tyrone

  • Administrative centre Omagh
  • Province Ulster
  • County Flower - Bog-rosemary, Andromeda polifolia
  • Area 1,260 sq mi (3,263 km2)
  • People from County Tyrone are called -
  • Motto Consilio et Prudentia (Latin) - "By Wisdom and Prudence"

County Tyrone is one of the six counties of Northern Ireland.It adjoins the south-west shore of Lough Neagh. It is also one of the thirty-two traditional counties of Ireland and is within the historic province of Ulster.

Towns and Parishes

  • Aghaloo
  • Aghalurcher
  • Altamuskin
  • Ardboe
  • Ardstraw
  • Artigarvan
  • Artrea
  • Augher
  • Aughnacloy
  • Ballinderry
  • Ballyclog
  • Ballyfatten
  • Ballygawley
  • Ballymagorry
  • Ballynakilly
  • Benburb
  • Beragh
  • Bloomry (Ardstraw)
  • Bodoney Lower
  • Bodoney Upper
  • Bready
  • Brockagh
  • Cabragh (Killeeshil)
  • Caledon
  • Camus
  • Cappagh (NW of Dungannon)
  • Cappagh (NE of Omagh)
  • Carland
  • Carnteel
  • Carrickmore
  • Castlecaulfield
  • Castlederg
  • Clady
  • Clogher
  • Clogherny (Near Omagh)
  • Clonfeacle
  • Clonoe
  • Coagh
  • Coalisland
  • Conywarren
  • Cookstown
  • Craigmonaghan
  • Cranagh
  • Dernagh
  • Derry (Near Coalisland)
  • Derrycrin (Eglish)
  • Derrygortrevy (Clonfeacle)
  • Derryloran
  • Derrywinnin Glebe
  • Desertcreat
  • Donacavey
  • Donaghedy
  • Donaghenry
  • Donaghmore
  • Douglas Bridge
  • Dromore
  • Drumglass
  • Drumquin
  • Drumragh
  • Drumreany
  • Dunamanagh
  • Dungannon
  • Edendork
  • Eglish
  • Erganagh (Ardstraw)
  • Errigal Keerogue
  • Errigal Trough
  • Fairy Hill
  • Fintona
  • Fireagh (Drumragh)
  • Fivemiletown
  • Galbally (NW of Dungannon)
  • Glentimon
  • Golan (East of Omagh)
  • Gortin (South of Plumbridge)
  • Gortin (SW of Coalisland)
  • Grange (Near Cookstown)
  • Granville
  • Greencastle
  • Kildress
  • Killeen (Near Coalisland)
  • Killeeshil
  • Killen
  • Killeter
  • Killyman
  • Kilskeery
  • Kingarve
  • Kingsisland
  • Kinsmill
  • Laghey
  • Leckpatrick
  • Lissan (Near Cookstown)
  • Longfield East
  • Longfield West
  • Loughmacrory
  • Magheracross
  • Magheragart (Dromore)
  • Magheramason
  • Milltown
  • Mount Hamilton
  • Mountfield
  • Mountjoy
  • Moy
  • Moygashel
  • Newmills
  • Newtown Saville
  • Newtownstewart
  • Old Church Yard (Termonmaguirk)
  • Omagh
  • Orritor
  • Plumbridge
  • Pomeroy
  • Roan
  • The Rock (Near Cookstown)
  • Rousky (NE of Omagh)
  • Sandholes
  • Sandy Row
  • Scotch Town
  • Seskinore
  • Sion Mills
  • Six Mile Cross
  • Spamount (Ardstraw)
  • Sperrin
  • Stewartstown
  • Strabane
  • Tamlaght (Near Coagh)
  • Termonamongan
  • Termonmaguirk
  • Trillick
  • Tullyhogue
  • Tullyniskan
  • Tullywiggan
  • Urney
  • Victoria Bridge

Parish Map

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  1. Aghaloo
  2. Aghalurcher
  3. Arboe
  4. Ardstraw
  5. Artrea
  6. Ballinderry
  7. Ballyclog
  8. Bodoney Lower
  9. Bodoney Upper
  10. Camus
  11. Cappagh
  12. Carnteel
  13. Clogher
  14. Clogherny
  15. Clonfeacle
  16. Clonloe
  17. Derryloran
  18. Desertcreat
  19. Donacavey
  20. Donaghedy
  21. Donaghenry
  22. Donaghmore
  23. Dromore
  24. Drumglass
  25. Drumragh
  26. Errigal Keerogue
  27. Errigal Trough
  28. Kildress
  29. Killeeshil
  30. Killyman
  31. Kilskeery
  32. Learmount
  33. Leckpatrick
  34. Lissan
  35. Longfield East
  36. Longfield West
  37. Magheracross
  38. Tamlaght
  39. Termonamongan
  40. Termonmaguirk
  41. Tullyniskan
  42. Urney

For Information about research in the County, including lists of people of renown connected to County Tyrone and Families Researched on Geni go to County Tyrone - Family Heads link to follow

For Historical information about County Tyrone visit Historic County Tyrone link to follow - including connections to Historical figures, Gentry and political people connected with County Tyrone.

County Tyrone, Northern Ireland - Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries and Graveyards

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