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'''Tipperary''' is the largest inland county in [[Ireland]] and is divided into two government administrative areas; '''Northern Tipperary''' (county town – Nenagh) and '''Southern Tipperary''' (county town – Clonmel). It is part of the province of '''Munster'''. The name Tipperary is taken from the Irish 'Tiobraid Arann', which means 'the well of Era', referring to the River Ara. The county covers 1,661 square miles (4,303 sq km). Its length is 74 miles from the corner of the Araglin river on the bondary south-west of Clogheen to where the Little Brosna river enters the Shannon. Its breadth is 45 miles from the western boundardy between Hospital and Emly and Carrickdoon Hill on the eastern boundary. Tipperary was part of the old Gaelic territory of Ormond and Thomond. The Normans invaded in 1172. In 1641, the Irish and Norman chieftains of Tipperary became part of the Catholic Confederacy and were defeated by Cromwell in 1649. The lands of those who rebelled were given to the Cromwell’s soldiers and English adventurers. Most of the soldiers sold their land to their officers and others creating large estates in the county.  
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'''County Tipperary''' (Irish: '''Contae Thiobraid Árann''') is a county of [[Ireland]]. It is located in the province of [[Munster]]. The county is divided between two local government authorities, '''North Tipperary''' (with its administrative centre in [[Nenagh, Tipperary|Nenagh]]) and '''South Tipperary''', (with its administrative centre in [[Clonmel, Tipperary|Clonmel]]).
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The name Tipperary is taken from the Irish 'Tiobraid Arann', which means 'the well of Era', referring to the River Ara. The county covers 1,661 square miles (4,303 sq km). Its length is 74 miles from the corner of the Araglin river on the bondary south-west of Clogheen to where the Little Brosna river enters the Shannon. Its breadth is 45 miles from the western boundardy between Hospital and Emly and Carrickdoon Hill on the eastern boundary. Tipperary was part of the old Gaelic territory of Ormond and Thomond. The Normans invaded in 1172. In 1641, the Irish and Norman chieftains of Tipperary became part of the Catholic Confederacy and were defeated by Cromwell in 1649. The lands of those who rebelled were given to the Cromwell’s soldiers and English adventurers. Most of the soldiers sold their land to their officers and others creating large estates in the county.  
  
 
The population was 346,896 in 1821 and grew to 435,553. It was greatly affected by the potato famine and its population decreased to 331,567 in 1851. The population continued to decrease until it was only 141,015 in 1926. In 2006, the population was 149,244. The predominant religion in the county is Roman Catholic. In 1871, 93.8% of the population was Roman Catholic followed by the Church of Ireland at 5.4% with 0.3% each being Presbyterian and Methodists. Overtime there has been a slight increase in the percentage of Roman Catholic to 96.9% in 1926. In 1926, the Church of Ireland decreased to 2.6% with 0.16% and 0.121% being Presbyterian and Methodist, respectively.  
 
The population was 346,896 in 1821 and grew to 435,553. It was greatly affected by the potato famine and its population decreased to 331,567 in 1851. The population continued to decrease until it was only 141,015 in 1926. In 2006, the population was 149,244. The predominant religion in the county is Roman Catholic. In 1871, 93.8% of the population was Roman Catholic followed by the Church of Ireland at 5.4% with 0.3% each being Presbyterian and Methodists. Overtime there has been a slight increase in the percentage of Roman Catholic to 96.9% in 1926. In 1926, the Church of Ireland decreased to 2.6% with 0.16% and 0.121% being Presbyterian and Methodist, respectively.  
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== General County Research Information  ==
 
== General County Research Information  ==
  
Further information about County Tipperary is available at the [http://home.pacbell.net/nymets11/genuki/TIP/index.html GenUKI] site.  
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*Further information about County Tipperary is available at the [http://home.pacbell.net/nymets11/genuki/TIP/index.html GenUKI] site.  
  
 
== Civil Jurisdictions and Parish Research Information  ==
 
== Civil Jurisdictions and Parish Research Information  ==
  
A map of the Civil Parishes of County Tipperary is available at [http://www.irishtimes.com/ancestor/fuses/civilparish/index.cfm?fuseaction=GetMap&CityCounty=Tipperary&UserID= Irish Times] site.  
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*A map of the Civil Parishes of County Tipperary is available at [http://www.irishtimes.com/ancestor/fuses/civilparish/index.cfm?fuseaction=GetMap&CityCounty=Tipperary&UserID= Irish Times] site.  
  
A map of the Catholic parishes of North County Tipperary is available at [http://www.irishtimes.com/ancestor/browse/counties/rcmaps/tipperarynrc.htm Irish Times] website.   
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*A map of the Catholic parishes of North County Tipperary is available at [http://www.irishtimes.com/ancestor/browse/counties/rcmaps/tipperarynrc.htm Irish Times] website.   
  
A map of the Catholic parishes of South County Tipperary is available at [http://www.irishtimes.com/ancestor/browse/counties/rcmaps/tipperarysrc.htm Irish Times] website.  
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*A map of the Catholic parishes of South County Tipperary is available at [http://www.irishtimes.com/ancestor/browse/counties/rcmaps/tipperarysrc.htm Irish Times] website.  
  
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== Genealogy  ==
 
== Genealogy  ==
  
The Dexters of Dublin and Annfield Co. Kildare by Patrick Montague Smith.  Genealogy of the Dexters of Dublin and Annfiled Co. Kildare, also the Dexters of Dexterville, Co. Tipperary - covering years 1709-1940, Article found in The Irish Ancestor vol. 2. no. 1, 1970 pages 31-42. Family History Library 941.5 B2i  
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*The Dexters of Dublin and Annfield Co. Kildare by Patrick Montague Smith.  Genealogy of the Dexters of Dublin and Annfiled Co. Kildare, also the Dexters of Dexterville, Co. Tipperary - covering years 1709-1940, Article found in The Irish Ancestor vol. 2. no. 1, 1970 pages 31-42. Family History Library 941.5 B2i  
  
 
== Maps  ==
 
== Maps  ==
  
[http://www.londonancestor.com/maps/bc-xtipperary-th.htm 1885 County Map]: Courtesy of London Ancestor  
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*[http://www.londonancestor.com/maps/bc-xtipperary-th.htm 1885 County Map]: Courtesy of London Ancestor  
  
 
== Probates  ==
 
== Probates  ==
  
Abstracts of Wills.  A collection of Will Abstracts, gathered from many sources, including Samuel Gordon of the South Suburbs of Clonmell, dated 10 Aug 1737, proved in the Prerogative Court 5 Jan. 1742.  Article found in The Irish Ancestor, vol.II, no2, 1970 pages 117-127, Family History Library Ref. 941.5 B2i  
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*Abstracts of Wills.  A collection of Will Abstracts, gathered from many sources, including Samuel Gordon of the South Suburbs of Clonmell, dated 10 Aug 1737, proved in the Prerogative Court 5 Jan. 1742.  Article found in The Irish Ancestor, vol.II, no2, 1970 pages 117-127, Family History Library Ref. 941.5 B2i  
  
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To view a list of Tipperary web sites, visit [http://www.fhlfavorites.info/Links/British/Ireland/tipperary.htm FHLFavorites.info] for some great sites.
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*[http://www.fhlfavorites.info/Links/British/Ireland/tipperary.htm FHLFavorites.info]
 
*[http://www.looking4kin.com/group/tipperarygenealogy Looking 4 Kin Genealogy &amp; Family History Network - Tipperary]
 
*[http://www.looking4kin.com/group/tipperarygenealogy Looking 4 Kin Genealogy &amp; Family History Network - Tipperary]
  
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County Tipperary (Irish: Contae Thiobraid Árann) is a county of Ireland. It is located in the province of Munster. The county is divided between two local government authorities, North Tipperary (with its administrative centre in Nenagh) and South Tipperary, (with its administrative centre in Clonmel).

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History

The name Tipperary is taken from the Irish 'Tiobraid Arann', which means 'the well of Era', referring to the River Ara. The county covers 1,661 square miles (4,303 sq km). Its length is 74 miles from the corner of the Araglin river on the bondary south-west of Clogheen to where the Little Brosna river enters the Shannon. Its breadth is 45 miles from the western boundardy between Hospital and Emly and Carrickdoon Hill on the eastern boundary. Tipperary was part of the old Gaelic territory of Ormond and Thomond. The Normans invaded in 1172. In 1641, the Irish and Norman chieftains of Tipperary became part of the Catholic Confederacy and were defeated by Cromwell in 1649. The lands of those who rebelled were given to the Cromwell’s soldiers and English adventurers. Most of the soldiers sold their land to their officers and others creating large estates in the county.

The population was 346,896 in 1821 and grew to 435,553. It was greatly affected by the potato famine and its population decreased to 331,567 in 1851. The population continued to decrease until it was only 141,015 in 1926. In 2006, the population was 149,244. The predominant religion in the county is Roman Catholic. In 1871, 93.8% of the population was Roman Catholic followed by the Church of Ireland at 5.4% with 0.3% each being Presbyterian and Methodists. Overtime there has been a slight increase in the percentage of Roman Catholic to 96.9% in 1926. In 1926, the Church of Ireland decreased to 2.6% with 0.16% and 0.121% being Presbyterian and Methodist, respectively.

General County Research Information

  • Further information about County Tipperary is available at the GenUKI site.

Civil Jurisdictions and Parish Research Information

  • A map of the Civil Parishes of County Tipperary is available at Irish Times site.
  • A map of the Catholic parishes of North County Tipperary is available at Irish Times website. 
  • A map of the Catholic parishes of South County Tipperary is available at Irish Times website.

Civil Parish - Church of Ireland

Barony Poor Law Union Catholic Parish[1] Catholic Diocese[1]
Abington Owney and Arra Nenagh Murroe (also see Abington Co. Limerick) Emly
Aghacrew Kilnamanagh Lower Tipperary Annacarty  and Donohill Cashel
Aghnameadle Upper Ormond Nenagh Toomevara Killaloe
Aglishcloghane Lower Ormond Borrisokane Borrisokane-Aglish Killaloe
Ardcrony Lower Ormond Borrisokane Cloughjordan Killaloe
Ardcrony Lower Ormond Nenagh
Ardfinnan Iffa and Offa West Clogheen Ardfinnan Lismore
Ardmayle Middlethird Cashel Boherlahan and Dualla Cashel
Athnid Eliogarty Thurles Thurles Cashel
Ballingarry Lower Ormond Borrisokane Ballingarry and Borrisokane-Aglish Killaloe
Ballingarry Lower Ormond Parsonstown
Ballingarry Slievardagh Callan Ballingarry Cashel
Ballintemple Kilnamanagh Lower Cashel Knockavilla Cashel
Ballybacon Iffa and Offa East Clogheen Ardfinnan Lismore
Ballybacon Iffa and Offa West Clogheen
Ballycahill Eliogarty Thurles Holycross and Ballycahill Cashel
Ballycahill Kilnamanagh Upper Thurles
Ballyclerahan Iffa and Offa East Clonmel Clerihan Cashel
Ballygibbon Upper Ormond Borrisokane Cloughjordan Killaloe
Ballygibbon Upper Ormond Nenagh
Ballygriffin Clanwilliam Cashel Annacarty and Donohill Cashel
Ballygriffin Clanwilliam Tipperary
Ballymackey Upper Ormond Nenagh Caher (Cahir) Killaloe
Ballymurreen Eliogarty Thurles Moycarkey and Borris Cashel
Ballynaclogh Upper Ormond Nenagh Silvermines Killaloe
Ballysheehan Middlethird Cashel Boherlahan & Dualla Cashel
Baptistgrange Middlethird Cashel Powerstown Lismore
Baptistgrange Middlethird Clonmel
Barnane-ely Ikerrin Roscrea Drom and Inch Cashel
Barrettsgrange Middlethird Cashel Fethard and Killusty Cashel
Borrisnafarney Ikerrin Roscrea Couraganeen, or Bournea(y) and Corbally Killaloe
Borrisokane Lower Ormond Borrisokane Borrisokane-Aglish Killaloe
Bourney Ikerrin Roscrea Couraganeen, or Bournea(y) and Corbally Killaloe
Boytonrath Middlethird Cashel Golden Cashel
Brickendown Middlethird Cashel Boherlahan and Dualla Cashel
Bruis Clanwilliam Tipperary Lattin and Cullen Emly
Buolick Slievardagh Urlingford Gortnahoe Cashel
Burgesbeg Owney and Arra Nenagh Youghalarra-Burgess (or Burgess and Youghal) Killaloe
Caher Iffa and Offa East Clogheen Caher (Cahir) Lismore
Caher Iffa and Offa East Clonmel
Caher Iffa and Offa West Clogheen
Carrick Iffa and Offa East Carrick on Suir Carrick-on-Suir Lismore
Castletownarra Owney and Arra Nenagh Castletownarra (Portroe) Killaloe
Clogher Kilnamanagh Lower Cashel Clonoulty and Rossmore Cashel
Cloghprior Lower Ormond Borrisokane Cloghprior and Monsea (Puckane) Killaloe
Cloghprior Lower Ormond Nenagh
Clonbeg Clanwilliam Tipperary see Galbally and Aherlow Co. Limerick Cashel
Clonbullogue Clanwilliam Tipperary Bansha and Kilmoyler Cashel
Cloneen Middlethird Callan Drangan (and Cloyne) Cashel
Cloneen Middlethird Cashel
Cloneen Slievardagh Callan
Clonoulty Clanwilliam Tipperary Clonoulty and Rossmore Cashel
Clonoulty Kilnamanagh Lower Cashel
Clonpet Clanwilliam Tipperary Lattin and Cullen; part Tipperary Emly
Colman Middlethird Cashel Clerihan Cashel
Cooleagh Middlethird Cashel Killenaule (Moyglass) Cashel
Coolmundry Middlethird Cashel Fethard and Killusty Cashel
Corbally Ikerrin Roscrea Couraganeen, or Bournea(y) and Corbally (see also Co. Offaly) Killaloe
Cordangan Clanwilliam Tipperary Lattin and Cullen Emly
Corroge Clanwilliam Tipperary Tipperary Emly
Crohane Slievardagh Callan Ballingarry Cashel
Crohane Slievardagh Urlingford
Cullen Clanwilliam Tipperary Lattin and Cullen Emly
Cullenwaine Ikerrin Roscrea Moneygall, Barna, Dunkerrin (also see Dunkerrin Co. Offaly) Killaloe
Dangandargan Clanwilliam Tipperary Golden Cashel
Dangandargan Middlethird Cashel
Derrygrath Iffa and Offa West Clogheen Ardfinnan Lismore
Derrygrath Iffa and Offa West Clonmel
Dogstown Middlethird Cashel Golden Cashel
Dolla Upper Ormond Nenagh part Silvermines (Ballinaclough), part Kilnaneave (Templederry) Killaloe
Donaghmore Iffa and Offa East Clonmel Powerstown Lismore
Donaghmore Middlethird Cashel
Donohill Clanwilliam Tipperary Annacarty and Donohill Cashel
Donohill Kilnamanagh Lower Cashel
Donohill Kilnamanagh Lower Tipperary
Doon Kilnamanagh Upper Tipperary Doon & Castletown (also see Co. Limerick) Emly
Dorrha Lower Ormond Parsonstown Lorrha and Dorrha Killaloe
Drangan Middlethird Cashel Drangan (and Cloyne) Cashel
Drom Eliogarty Thurles Drom and Inch Cashel
Dromineer Lower Ormond Nenagh Cloghprior and Monsea (Puckane) Killaloe
Emly Clanwilliam Tipperary Emly Emly
Erry Middlethird Cashel Boherlahan and Dualla Cashel
Fennor Slievardagh Thurles Gortnahoe Cashel
Fennor Slievardagh Urlingford
Fertiana Eliogarty Cashel Moycarky and Borris Cashel
Fertiana Eliogarty Thurles
Fethard Middlethird Cashel Fethard and Killusty Cashel
Finnoe Lower Ormond Borrisokane Kilbarron and Terryglass Killaloe
Gaile Middlethird Cashel Boherlahan and Dualla Cashel
Galbooly Eliogarty Thurles Moycarky and Borris Cashel
Garrangibbon Iffa and Offa East Carrick on Suir Ballyyneale  Lismore
Garrangibbon Iffa and Offa East Clonmel
Garrangibbon Slievardagh Carrick on Suir
Glenbane Clanwilliam Tipperary Lattin and Cullen Emly
Glenkeen Kilnamanagh Upper Thurles Borrisoleigh Cashel
Grangemockler Slievardagh Callan Ballyneale and Grangemockler Lismore
Grangemockler Slievardagh Carrick on Suir
Graystown Middlethird Cashel Cashel, (Killenaule & Moyglass) Cashel
Graystown Slievardagh Callan
Graystown Slievardagh Cashel
Graystown Slievardagh Urlingford
Holycross Eliogarty Cashel Holycross and Ballycahill Cashel
Holycross Eliogarty Thurles
Holycross Middlethird Cashel
Horeabbey Middlethird Cashel Cashel Cashel
Inch Eliogarty Thurles Drom and Inch Cashel
Inishlounaght Iffa and Offa East Clogheen Clonmel, St. Mary's (see also Conmel St Mary's Co. Waterford)  Lismore
Inishlounaght Iffa and Offa East Clonmel
Isertkieran Slievardagh Callan Mullinahone Cashel
Kilbarron Lower Ormond Borrisokane Kilbarron and Terryglass Killaloe
Kilbragh Middlethird Cashel Cashel Cashel
Kilcash Iffa and Offa East Clonmel part Kilsheelan (Gambonfsfield); part Powerstown Lismore
Kilclonagh Eliogarty Thurles Moyne and Templetuohy Cashel
Kilcomenty Owney and Arra Nenagh Ballinahinch or Killoscully Cashel
Kilconnell Middlethird Cashel part Killenaule & Moyglass; also part Boherlahan & Dualla Cashel
Kilcooly Eliogarty Thurles Gortnahoe Cashel
Kilcooly Slievardagh Cashel part Killenaule and Moyglass; part Gortnahoe (see also Co. Kilkenny) Cashel
Kilcooly Slievardagh Urlingford
Kilcornan Clanwilliam Tipperary Pallasgreen and Templebredin (see Grean, Co. Limerick) Emly
Kilfeakle Clanwilliam Tipperary Golden Cashel
Kilfithmone Eliogarty Thurles Drom and Inch Cashel
Kilgrant Iffa and Offa East Clonmel Powerstown Lismore
Kilkeary Upper Ormond Nenagh Toomevara Killaloe
Killaloan Iffa and Offa East Clonmel part Powerstown; part St. Mary's Clonmel (see also Co. Waterford) Lismore
Killardry Clanwilliam Tipperary Bansha & Kilmoyer Cashel
Killavinoge Ikerrin Roscrea Templemore Cashel
Killavinoge Ikerrin Thurles
Killea Ikerrin Roscrea Templemore Cashel
Killea Ikerrin Waterford
Killeenasteena Middlethird Cashel Golden Cashel
Killenaule Slievardagh Cashel Killenaule (Moyglass) Cashel
Killodiernan Lower Ormond Borrisokane Monsea (Cloughprior, Puckane) Killaloe
Killodiernan Lower Ormond Nenagh
Killoscully Owney and Arra Nenagh part Ballinahinch & Killoscully; part Newport (Birdhill) Cashel
Killoscully Owney and Arra Thurles
Killoskehan Ikerrin Roscrea part Upperchurch (Drombane); aslo part Cappawhite Cashel
Kilmastulla Owney and Arra Nenagh Ballina and Boher Emly
Kilmore Kilnamanagh Lower Cashel Silvermines or Ballinaclough Killaloe
Kilmore Upper Ormond Nenagh Youghalarra-Burgess (or Burgess and Youghal) Cashel
Kilmucklin Clanwilliam Tipperary Oola and Solohead (see Oola, Co. Limerick) Cashel
Kilmurry Iffa and Offa East Carrick on Suir part Ballyneale (Grangemockler); also part Carrick-on-Suir Lismore
Kilnaneave Upper Ormond Nenagh Kilnaneave and Templederry Killaloe
Kilnarath Owney and Arra Nenagh part Ballinahinch & Killoscully; part Newport (Birdhill) Cashel
Kilpatrick Kilnamanagh Lower Cashel Knockavilla Cashel
Kilruane Lower Ormond Borrisokane Cloghjordan Killaloe
Kilruane Lower Ormond Nenagh
Kilruane Upper Ormond Borrisokane
Kilruane Upper Ormond Nenagh
Kilshane Clanwilliam Tipperary Tipperary Emly
Kilsheelan Iffa and Offa East Clonmel Gambonsfield and Kilcash (Kilsheelan) Lismore
Kiltegan Iffa and Offa East Clonmel Powerstown Lismore
Kiltinan Middlethird Cashel Fethard and Killusty Elphin
Kiltinan Middlethird Clonmel
Kilvellane Owney and Arra Nenagh Newport (Birdhill) Cashel
Kilvemnon Slievardagh Callan Mullinahone; also Ballyneale (Grangemockler) Cashel
Kilvemnon Slievardagh Carrick on Suir
Knigh Lower Ormond Nenagh Cloghprior and Monsea (Puckane) Killaloe
Knockgraffon Middlethird Cashel New Inn (Knockgraffon) Cashel
Knockgraffon Middlethird Tipperary
Latteragh Upper Ormond Nenagh Toomevara Killaloe
Lattin Clanwilliam Tipperary Lattin and Cullen Emly
Lickfinn Slievardagh Urlingford Killenaule (Moyglass) Cashel
Lisbunny Upper Ormond Nenagh Bansha & Kilmoyler Killaloe
Lismalin Slievardagh Callan Ballingarry Cashel
Lisronagh Iffa and Offa East Clonmel Powerstown Lismore
Lorrha Lower Ormond Borrisokane Lorrha and Dorrha Killaloe
Lorrha Lower Ormond Parsonstown
Loughkeen Lower Ormond Borrisokane Birr & Loughkeen (also see Birr Co. Offaly) Killaloe
Loughkeen Lower Ormond Parsonstown
Loughmoe East Eliogarty Thurles Loughmore (Castleiny) Cashel
Loughmoe West Eliogarty Thurles
Magorban Middlethird Cashel Killenaule (Moyglass) Cashel
Magowry Middlethird Cashel Killenaule (Moyglass) Cashel
Modeshil Slievardagh Callan Mullinanone Cashel
Modreeny Lower Ormond Borrisokane Cloughjordan Killaloe
Molough Iffa and Offa West Clogheen Newcastle (also see Newcastle, Co. Waterford)  Lismore
Monsea Lower Ormond Nenagh Cloghprior and Monsea (Puckane) Killaloe
Monsea Owney and Arra Nenagh
Mora Middlethird Cashel Clerihan Lismore
Mortlestown Iffa and Offa West Clogheen Caher (Cahir) Lismore
Mowney Slievardagh Callan Ballingarry Cashel
Moyaliff Kilnamanagh Upper Cashel Upperchurch (Drombane) Cashel
Moyaliff Kilnamanagh Upper Thurles
Moycarky Eliogarty Thurles Moycarky and Borris Cashel
Moyne Eliogarty Thurles Moyne and Templetuohy Cashel
Neddans Iffa and Offa West Clogheen Ardfinnan Lismore
Nenagh Lower Ormond Nenagh Nenagh Killaloe
Nenagh Upper Ormond Nenagh
Newcastle Iffa and Offa East Clogheen Newcastle (also see Newcastle, Co. Waterford) Lismore
Newcastle Iffa and Offa West Clogheen
Newchapel Iffa and Offa East Clonmel Clerihan Cashel
Newtownlennan Iffa and Offa East Carrick on Suir Carrick-on-Suir; also part Ballyneale (Grangemockler) Lismore
Newtownlennan Slievardagh Carrick on Suir
Oughterleague Clanwilliam Tipperary Knockavilla Cashel
Oughterleague Kilnamanagh Lower Cashel
Outeragh Middlethird Cashel Caher (Cahir) Lismore
Peppardstown Middlethird Cashel Drangan (and Cloyne) Cashel
Rahelty Eliogarty Thurles Thurles Cashel
Railstown Middlethird Cashel Cashel Cashel
Rathcool Middlethird Cashel Killenaule (Moyglass) Cashel
Rathkennan Kilnamanagh Lower Cashel Clonoulty and Rossmore Cashel
Rathlynin Clanwilliam Tipperary Knockavilla Cashel
Rathnaveoge Ikerrin Roscrea Dunkerrin (Moneygall, Barna; (also see Dunkerrin Co. Offaly) Killaloe
Rathronan Iffa and Offa East Clonmel Powerstown Lismore
Redcity Middlethird Cashel Fethard and Killusty Cashel
Relickmurry & Athassel Clanwilliam Tipperary Golden Cashel
Relickmurry & Athassel Middlethird Cashel
Rochestown Iffa and Offa West Clogheen Ardfinnan Lismore
Roscrea Ikerrin Roscrea Roscrea and Kyle (Knock) (see also Roscrea Co. Offaly) Killaloe
Shanrahan Iffa and Offa West Clogheen Clogheen Lismore
Shronell Clanwilliam Tipperary Lattin and Cullen Emly
Shyane Eliogarty Thurles Thurles Cashel
Solloghod-beg Clanwilliam Tipperary Oola and Solohead (see Oola, Co. Limerick) Emly
Solloghod-more Clanwilliam Tipperary Oola and Solohead (see Oola, Co. Limerick) Emly
St. Johnbaptist Middlethird Cashel Cashel Cashel
St. Johnbaptist Slievardagh Cashel
St. Johnbaptist & St. Patricksrock Middlethird Cashel Cashel Cashel
St. Johnstown or Scaddanstown Middlethird Cashel Killenaule (Moyglass) Cashel
St. Mary's, Clonmel Iffa and Offa East Clonmel Clonmel St. Mary's; also St. Peter & St. Paul, Clonmel; Powerstown; (also see Co. Waterford) Lismore
St. Patricksrock Middlethird Cashel Cashel Cashel
Temple-etney Iffa and Offa East Clonmel Gambonsfield and Kilcash (Kilsheelan) Lismore
Templeachally Owney and Arra Nenagh Ballina and Boher Emly
Templebeg Kilnamanagh Upper Thurles Kilcommon/Hollyford Cashel
Templebredon Clanwilliam Tipperary Pallasgreen and Templebredin; Emly (see Grean, Co. Limerick) Emly
Templederry Upper Ormond Nenagh Kilnaneave and Templederry Killaloe
Templedowney Upper Ormond Nenagh Toomevara Killaloe
Templemichael Slievardagh Callan Ballyneale and Grangemockler Lismore
Templemichael Slievardagh Carrick on Suir
Templemore Eliogarty Roscrea Templemore Cashel
Templemore Eliogarty Thurles
Templemore Ikerrin Roscrea
Templeneiry Clanwilliam Tipperary Bansha and Kimoyler Cashel
Templenoe Clanwilliam Tipperary Tipperary Cashel
Templeree Ikerrin Thurles Loughmore (Castleiny) Cashel
Templetenny Iffa and Offa West Clogheen Ballyporeen (Templetenny) Lismore
Templetouhy Eliogarty Thurles Moyne and Templetuohy Cashel
Templetouhy Ikerrin Thurles
Terryglass Lower Ormond Borrisokane Kilbarron and Terryglass Killaloe
Thurles Eliogarty Thurles Thurles Cashel
Tipperary Clanwilliam Tipperary Tipperary Cashel
Toem Clanwilliam Tipperary Cappawhite Cashel
Toem Kilnamanagh Upper Tipperary
Tubbrid Iffa and Offa West Clogheen Ballylooby Lismore
Tullaghmelan Iffa and Offa West Clogheen Ardfinnan Lismore
Tullaghorton Iffa and Offa East Clogheen Ballylooby Lismore
Tullaghorton Iffa and Offa West Clogheen
Tullamain Middlethird Cashel part Cashel; part Fethard Cashel
Twomileborris Eliogarty Thurles Moycarkey and Borris Cashel
Upperchurch Kilnamanagh Upper Nenagh Upperchurch (Drombane) Cashel
Upperchurch Kilnamanagh Upper Thurles
Uskane Lower Ormond Borrisokane Borrisokane-Aglish Killaloe
Whitechurch Iffa and Offa West Clogheen Ballylooby Killaloe
Youghalarra Owney and Arra Nenagh Youghalarra-Burgess (or Burgess and Youghal) Killaloe

Genealogy

  • The Dexters of Dublin and Annfield Co. Kildare by Patrick Montague Smith.  Genealogy of the Dexters of Dublin and Annfiled Co. Kildare, also the Dexters of Dexterville, Co. Tipperary - covering years 1709-1940, Article found in The Irish Ancestor vol. 2. no. 1, 1970 pages 31-42. Family History Library 941.5 B2i

Maps

Probates

  • Abstracts of Wills.  A collection of Will Abstracts, gathered from many sources, including Samuel Gordon of the South Suburbs of Clonmell, dated 10 Aug 1737, proved in the Prerogative Court 5 Jan. 1742.  Article found in The Irish Ancestor, vol.II, no2, 1970 pages 117-127, Family History Library Ref. 941.5 B2i

Web Sites

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Ryan, James G. Irish Records: sources for family and local history. USA: Ancestry.com, 1997. FHL 941.5 D23r