In Ireland Counties are divided into Civil Parishes and Parishes are further divided into townlands. The following is a list of parishes in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland:
Aghadowey, Aghanloo, Agivey, Arboe, Artrea
Ballinderry, Ballyaghran, Ballymoney, Ballynascreen, Ballyrashane, Ballyscullion, Ballywillin, Balteagh, Banagher, Bovevagh
Carrick, Clondermot, Coleraine, Cumber Lower, Cumber Upper
Derryloran, Desertlyn, Desertmartin, Desertoghill, Drumachose, Dunboe, Dungiven
Grange of Scullion
Kilcronaghan, Kildollagh, Killelagh, Killowen, Kilrea
Macosquin, Maghera, Magherafelt, Magilligan or Tamlaghtard
Tamlaght, Tamlaght Finlagan, Tamlaght O'Crilly, Templemore, Termoneeny
County Londonderry, also known as County Derry, is one of the six counties of Northern Ireland, one of the thirty two counties of Ireland and one of the nine counties of Ulster. Before the partition of Ireland, it was one of the counties of the Kingdom of Ireland from 1613 onward and then of the United Kingdom after the Acts of Union 1800. Adjoining the north-west shore of Lough Neagh, the county covers an area of 2,074 km2 and today has a population of about 247,132.
Coagh is a small village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, five miles (8 km) east of Cookstown. Part of the village also extends into County Londonderry. It had a population of 545 people in the 2001 Census. It owes its existence to George Butle Conyngham of Springhill, and was founded in 1728 when King George II of Great Britain granted Conyngham a market charter allowing the village to host four fairs yearly. It is situated within Mid-Ulster District.
Claudy is a village and townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It lies in the Faughan Valley, 6 miles (9.7 km) southeast of Derry, where the River Glenrandal joins the River Faughan. It is situated in the civil parish of Cumber Upper and the historic barony of Tirkeeran. It is also part of Derry and Strabane district.
Tamlaght is a townland and village in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, 4.5 km south-east of Enniskillen. It is situated in the civil parish of Derryvullan and the historic barony of Tirkennedy. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 276 people.
Tamlaght is a small village, townland and civil parish in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 123 people. It is situated within Mid-Ulster District. The civil parish of Tamlaght covers areas of County Tyrone as well as County Londonderry.
Lavey is a Roman Catholic parish in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Lavey is bordered by the parishes of Castledawson, Maghera, Ballyscullion (Bellaghy), Greenlough and Kilrea. The parish contains no particularly large settlements, although it accommodates a number of small villages and hamlets, in order of size, these are: Gulladuff, Knockloughrim, Culnady, Tamlaght O'Crilly and Curran. The parish contains around fifteen different townlands. The parish is also closely associated with the civil parish of Termoneeny which covers the southern half of Lavey. There is also a parish called Lavey in County Cavan.
Banagher is a parish in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The parish is made up of the medieval parish of Banagher and parts of the ancient parish of Boveva and the townland of Tireighter and Park, once in the parish of Cumber. Banagher has many ancient monuments, including churches, holy wells, standing stones and chambered graves.
Aghadowey is a civil and ecclesiastical parish in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
Loughinsholin is a barony in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Its southeast borders the northwest shore of Lough Neagh, and itself is bordered by seven other baronies: Dungannon Upper to the south; Strabane Upper to the west; Keenaght and Coleraine to the north; Kilconway, Toome Upper, and Toome Lower to the east. It was formed largely on the extent of the medieval Irish túath of Uí Tuirtri.
Tirkeeran is a barony in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It connects to the north-Londonderry coastline, and is bordered by four other baronies: Keenaght to the east; Strabane Lower to the south-east; North West Liberties of Londonderry to the west; Strabane Upper to the south.
Ballymacpeake Upper is a townland lying within the civil parish of Maghera, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It lies in the east of the parish on the boundaries of the civil parishes of Ballyscullion and Tamlaght O'Crilly. It is also bounded by the townlands of Ballymacombs Beg, Ballymacpeake Lower, Dreenan, Drumard, Drumlamph, Mullaghboy, and Rocktown. It was apportioned to the Vintners company.
Clandonnell is an early-modern Irish district in what is now southern County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Clandonnell along with the ancient districts of Glenconkeyne, Killetra, and Tomlagh, comprised the former barony of Loughinsholin, with Clandonnell forming the northern part reaching as far south as Maghera.
Glenconkeyne is an early-modern Irish district in what is now southern County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Glenconkeyne formed the western portion of the former barony of Loughinsholin, with the ancient districts of Clandonnell, Killetra, and Tomlagh comprising the rest. The area Glenconkeyne covered corresponds to the present-day parishes of Ballynascreen, Desertmartin, and Kilcronaghan.
Maghera is a parish in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It is bordered by the parishes of Ballynascreen, Ballyscullion, Desertmartin, Dungiven, Kilcronaghan, Killelagh, Magherafelt, Tamlaght O'Crilly, and Termoneeny. As a civil parish it lies within the former barony of Loughinsholin and as an ecclesiastical parish it lies within the Church of Ireland Diocese of Derry and Raphoe.
Lisbunny is a townland of 849 acres in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, about 3 miles Claudy, near the County Tyrone/Londonderry border. It is situated within Derry and Strabane district as well as the civil parish of Cumber Upper and the historic barony of Tirkeeran.
Cumber Upper is a civil parish in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It is mainly situated in the historic barony of Tirkeeran, with one townland (Stranagalwilly) in the barony of Strabane Lower.
Ballyrory is a small village and townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It is situated in the civil parish of Cumber Upper and the historic barony of Tirkeeran.