List of civil parishes of County Tyrone

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In Ireland Counties are divided into civil parishes and parishes are further divided into townlands. The following is a list of parishes in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland: [1]

Contents

A

Aghaloo, Aghalurcher, Arboe, Ardstraw, Artrea

B

Ballinderry, Ballyclog, Bodoney Lower, Bodoney Upper

C

Camus, Cappagh, Carnteel, Clogher, Clogherny, Clonfeacle, Clonoe

D

Derryloran, Desertcreat, Donacavey, Donaghedy, Donaghenry, Donaghmore, Dromore, Drumglass, Drumragh

E

Errigal Keerogue, Errigal Trough

K

Kildress, Killeeshil, Killyman, Kilskeery

L

Learmount, Leckpatrick, Lissan Longfield East, Longfield West

M

Magheracross (Fermanagh)

P

Pomeroy

T

Tamlaght, Termonamongan, Termonmaguirk, Tullyniskan

U

Urney

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References

  1. "Parishes of Ulster". Ulster Ancestry. Retrieved 3 January 2009.