County Tyrone, Ireland Genealogy

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General County Research Information

Further information about County Tyrone is available at the GenUKI site.

Church Records

Visit this web site for some local church register transcripts:

Civil Jurisdictions and Parish Research Information

A map of the Civil Parishes of County Tyrone is available at Irish Times site.

A map of the Catholic Parishes of County Tyrone is available at Irish Times site.

Civil Parish Barony Poor Law Union Catholic Parish Catholic Diocese
Aghaloo Dungannon Lower Armagh

Aghaloo Dungannon Lower Clogher
Aghaloo Dungannon Lower Dungannon
Aghalurcher Clogher Clogher Aghalurcher Clogher
Arboe Dungannon Middle Cookstown Arboe
Arboe Dungannon Upper Cookstown
Ardstraw Omagh West Castlederg

Ardstraw East and West; and Castlederg


Ardstraw Strabane Lower Castlederg
Ardstraw Strabane Lower Gortin
Ardstraw Strabane Lower Omagh
Ardstraw Strabane Lower Strabane
Artrea Dungannon Upper Cookstown Moneymore Armagh
Ballinderry Dungannon Upper Cookstown Ballinderry Armagh
Ballyclog Dungannon Upper Cookstown Arboe Armagh
Bodoney Lower Strabane Upper Gortin Bodoney Upper Derry
Bodoney Upper Strabane Upper Gortin Bodoney Upper Derry
Camus Strabane Lower Strabane Clonleigh and Camus Derry
Cappagh Omagh East Omagh Cappagh
Cappagh Strabane Upper Omagh
Carnteel Dungannon Lower Clogher part Aghaloo; part Errigal Kieran
Carnteel Dungannon Lower Dungannon
Clogher Clogher Clogher Clogher Clogher
Clogherny Omagh East Omagh Beragh Armagh
Clonfeacle Dungannon Lower Dungannon Clonfeacle
Clonfeacle Dungannon Middle Dungannon
Clonoe Dungannon Middle Dungannon Clonoe
Clonoe Dungannon Middle Dungarvan
Cumber Upper Strabane Lower Gortin
Derryloran Dungannon Upper Cookstown Desertcreat and Derryloran Armagh
Desertcreat Dungannon Upper Cookstown Desertcreat and Derryloran Armagh
Donacavey Clogher Clogher


Donacavey Clogher Omagh
Donacavey Omagh East Lowtherstown
Donacavey Omagh East Omagh
Donaghedy Strabane Lower Gortin Donaghedy
Donaghedy Strabane Lower Strabane
Donaghenry Dungannon Middle Cookstown Stewartstown
Donaghenry Dungannon Middle Dungannon
Donaghenry Dungannon Upper Cookstown
Donaghmore Dungannon Middle Dungannon Donaghmore Armagh
Dromore Omagh East Lowtherstown Dromore
Dromore Omagh East Omagh
Drumglass Dungannon Middle Dungannon Drumglass, Killyman, and Tullyniskin Armagh
Drumragh Omagh East Omagh Drumragh Derry
Errigal Keerogue Clogher Clogher Errigal Kieran
Errigal Keerogue Clogher Dungannon
Errigal Trough Clogher Clogher Errigal Trough Clogher
Kildress Dungannon Upper Cookstown Kildress Armagh
Killeeshil Dungannon Lower Clogher Tullyallen, Killeeshil, and Donaghmore
Killeeshil Dungannon Lower Dungannon
Killyman Dungannon Middle Dungannon Dungannon Armagh
Kilskeery Omagh East Enniskillen Kilskerry
Kilskeery Omagh East Lowtherstown
Kilskeery Omagh West Enniskillen
Leckpatrick Strabane Lower Strabane Leckpatrick Derry
Lissan Dungannon Upper Cookstown Lissan Armagh
Longfield East Omagh West Omagh Drumquin Derry
Longfield West Omagh West Castlederg Drumquin Derry
Magheracross Omagh East Lowtherstown Tempo and Enniskillen Clogher
Pomeroy Dungannon Middle Cookstown Pomeroy
Pomeroy Dungannon Middle Dungannon
Tamlaght Dungannon Upper Cookstown Arboe Armagh
Termonamongan Omagh West Castlederg Termonamongan Derry
Termonmaguirk Omagh East Omagh Termonmaguirc and Carriakmore
Termonmaguirk Omagh West Omagh
Termonmaguirk Strabane Upper Omagh
Tullyniskan Dungannon Middle Dungannon Drumglass, Killyman, and Tullyniskin Armagh
Urney Omagh West Castlederg Urney
Urney Strabane Lower Strabane


Brown, Mary Ross. The Journal (1792-1808) of the Rev. Adam Averell.  Genealogy of Adam Averell. Also a desceiption of The Journal including extracts.  Found in The Irish Ancestor Vol.1. no. 2, 1969 pages 103-108, 941.5 B2i at Family History Library, also


1885 County Map: Courtesy of London Ancestor

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