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Townland names of county Tyrone, with their meanings

P. M"Aleer

Townland names of county Tyrone, with their meanings

by P. M"Aleer

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Published by [The author] in [Omagh] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Names, Geographical -- Ireland -- Tyrone (County)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by P. M"Aleer.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination69p. ;
    Number of Pages69
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23130206M

      These were the Ordnance Survey Field Namebooks of the ’s and the little book by the Tyrone author, P. McAleer, Townland Names of County Tyrone, now out of print, updated, but written in the first decade of the 20 th century. Other placenames, in the townland, follow, with the Irish form and the meaning in English.”.   The population of County Tyrone is roughly , people. General County Research Information [edit | edit source] County Tyrone (Irish: Contae Tír Eoghain) is one of the six counties of Northern Ireland. It lies within the province of Ulster. The county town is Omagh. Further information about County Tyrone is available at the GenUKI site.

    Clann Domhnaill. Clan name (Tuath): Clann Domhnaill Progenitor: Domnaill m. Muircherdaich m. Muiredaich m. Éogain m. Néill Noígiallaig; Hereditary Chief or Clan chief: Ó Donngaile Mór, Chief of Ballydonnelly, Hereditary Marshal of Ulster (O'Donnelly) Septs (finte): Ua [Fh]laithbheartaigh (Flaherty, Flaverty, Laverty, Lafferty) Location - county, barony or townland: Ballydonnelly, County. PRONI holds the tithe books for all but 31 of the parishes then surveyed in Northern Ireland. These tithe books are arranged by townland and record the names of leaseholders, the area of their farm subject to tithe, sometimes the quality of the land and an overall valuation and occasionally the names of landlords.

    Robert Sproule of Miami County, Ohio, formerly of County Tyrone, Ireland, and some of his descendants with lineage of families allied by marriage Lincoln, R.I. Carrickmore (from Irish: an Charraig Mhór, meaning "the big rock") is a village in County Tyrone, Northern lies in the centre of the county on a raised site colloquially called "Carmen"; between Cookstown, Dungannon and is situated in the historic barony of Omagh East and the civil parish of Termonmaguirk. It had a population of in the Census.


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Townland names of county Tyrone, with their meanings by P. M"Aleer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Search for a townland, subtownland, civil parish, barony or county Search Based on data in OpenStreetMap, here is a list of counties in Ireland. Click on each county to see baronies, civil parishes and townlands in the respective county.

Get this from a library. Townland names of county Tyrone with their meanings. [P McAleer]. rows  This is a sortable table of the approximately 2, townlands in County Tyrone. Townland names of County Tyrone with their meanings / compiled by P. M'Aleer. Simpson sons and daughters, descendants of Thomas Simpson and Elizabeth McFarland of the Scottish Lowlands and County Tyrone, Ireland /.

M'Aleer, P. Townland names of County Tyrone with their meanings / compiled by P. M'Aleer Moyola Books ; Ashardan Owenreagh, Draperstown, N. Ireland: Portadown, Co.

Armagh, N. Ireland Australian/Harvard Citation. List of Townlands of County Tyrone. The table of approximately 2, townlands in Co. Tyrone, showing the acreage, Can Be Seen Here.

The Table is Fully Sortable by clicking on the Green heading in any column. Click on a Civil Parish name to be linked to a Townland map.

Townland Names of County Tyrone by P. McAleer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Buy Townland Names of County Tyrone: Their Meanings Explained by McAleer, P. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. List of Townlands of County Tyrone.

The table of approximately 2, townlands in Co. Tyrone, showing the acreage, Can Be Seen Here. Click on a Civil Parish name to be linked to a Townland map. A number of maps are too large for one page; therefore, you may have the choice of East / West or North / South views of those maps.

M'Aleer P: 'Townland Names of County Tyrone with their Meanings.' Moyola Books & Ashardan(). McClusky F: 'Tyrone: the Irish Revolution, ' Four Courts Press, Dublin (). McEvoy B: 'The United Irishmen in County Tyrone.' The Armagh Dioscesan Histroical Society().

Montague P: 'Cregnadovesky: Rock of the Black Water.' ( A townland (Irish: baile fearainn; Ulster-Scots: toonlann) is a small geographical division of land used in Ireland and in the Western Isles in Scotland.

The townland system is of Gaelic origin, pre-dating the Norman invasion, and most have names of Irish origin. However, some townland names and boundaries come from Norman manors, plantation divisions, or later creations of. Townland names of County Tyrone with their meanings [M'Aleer, P] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Townland names of County Tyrone with their meanings5/5(1). Donaghmore (pronounced / ˌ d oʊ n ə ˈ m ɔːr / DOH-nə-MOR, Irish: Domhnach Mór (great church)) is a village, townland and civil parish in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, about five kilometres (3 mi) northwest of the Census it had a population of 1, people.

The village is beside the River Torrent, formerly known as the Torrent Flow. The townland is the foundation of land division in Ireland, so the starting point for many searches. The standard work of reference for searches is a book published in with the title "General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes & Baronies of Ireland", which was printed by Alexander Thom & Co.

of Dublin, " for her Majesty's Stationery Office". Townland Names of County Tyrone By Patrick McAleer (First Published ) Cappagh Aghalane (Achadh Leathan) – A broad field Aghagallon (Achadh Gallon) – Gallon’s field or the field of the standing stones Arvalee (Airbhe Laoigh) – Land division on which calves are reared.

Include street names How to search» Twitter; Counties. Browse the database by county: 2, civil parishes 2, population centres 1, lakes 1, islands and archipelagos 1, rocks 1, rivers sub-townlands hills towns fields mountains and mountain ranges bridges wells houses creeks Ulster Ireland and Co.

Tyrone Genealogy. Research sources such as church of Ireland records, birth, death marriage records, tith and trade directories, newspaper articles and obituary and death records. Townlands of Parishes in County Tyrone. The content of this page has been moved to the Town Lands Of Co.

Tyrone Page. Coordinates Cappagh [pronunciation] (Irish: Ceapach (tilled or cultivated land)) is a small village and townland in the parish of Pomeroy in County Tyrone, Northern is between Pomeroy, Ballygawley, Galbally and Carrickmore, with the hamlet of Galbally about one mile to the of the land around Cappagh is farmland although a quarry lies just outside the.

Townlands are the most basic unit of land division. They can range from just a few acres in size to several hundred, particularly in mountainous areas.

Prior to their indexing and subsequent publication online atthe original census returns could be accessed only by reference to The Townland Index.

Townland Acres County Barony Civil Parish District Province; Annaghmore: Tyrone: Dungannon Upper: Desertcreat: Cookstown: Ulster: Annaghmurnin: Tyrone. These were the Ordnance Survey Field Namebooks of the ’s, the little book by the Tyrone author, P.

McAleer, Townland Names of County Tyrone, now out of print, updated, but written in the first decade of the 20 th century and Parish of Kilskeery: The Place-Names Explained, by B. O'Daly; Clogher Record, Vol. 2, No. 1 (), pp. Clogher (from Irish: Clochar, meaning "stony place",) is a village and civil parish in County Tyrone, Northern lies on the River Blackwater, 18 miles (29 km) south of stands on the townlands of Clogher Demesne and Clogher Tenements.

The United Kingdom Census of recorded a population of The civil parish of Clogher covers areas of County Fermanagh as well as County.Townland Acres County Barony Civil Parish District Province; Cornavarrow: 1, Tyrone: Omagh West: Longfield East: Omagh: Ulster: Corr: Tyrone: Dungannon.