Aginagarrhy, Aghnagartie, Aghnagerrha (Aghnanereagh?)
Ballydonnelly Castle Caulfield
Ballyculla -modern name is Cooley
Ballynakilly Ballynakelly, Balnakilly
Beragh, Beregh or Lowrystown
Bonnynubber Bunnynubber.....which was near Omagh.
Bovean ,Bovane, Bovain (Note: Bovain can also be used to refer to the cluster of townlands: Bovean, Derrygally,Derrygally Demesne, and Gortrea.)
Brady , Bready, Tamnabrady Springfield
Braghy, Bracky (?)
Bynoan Bunowen Benown
Camos, Camus Kalms
Caty Bawn ?Kittybane
Cavanrevagh, Cavariagh, Cavanreagh
Cloghfine, Cloghanie, Cloghfin
Clogher Clachcar Cloghore
Coolmaghery Gaury Craigstown Ederwell
Craighcor Creaghcor Thorn Hill
Cullelagh, Cuillagh, Cullagh, being part of Drumlister, Drumlester
Dirrore, Dirroren Upper, Dirroren Lower, Deroran
Donagheady, Donaghhedy, Donaheedy
Donoughmore, Donahmor , Dunamore, Donaghmore
Donnoghkiddy, Donagheady, Donaghedy
Dromgawe, Dromgoisse, & Dromgan
Dunrain now Dunrevan
Eden, Gortavea Foyleside Cloghboy
Erginagh now Erganagh
Gortinure / Gortimore?
Gortivea Half Town
Killyman Parish -Killiman
Lower Town, Magheramason
New & Old Clare, Tamnaclare
Newtown Stewart Newtownstewart-modern name, Newtonstewart, Newtown, Newtowne
Omeigh, Omagh Amagh (now Omagh)
Orney now (The Skirts of) Urney
Ramacowe, Ramacone, Ramackan
Rasnowly (?Renelly), Nasirclasa
Sollase Sollus Mountbank
Tullymeal is a subdenomination of Sixmilecrss, formerly called Koragh.
Tunnoch, Tannagh in Agaloo Parish
Tyllneal, Tyllyoneale, Carragh
Wee Keery, Tamnakeery
+ Corballintackin does not appear in the Ordnance map, but Curr does, and it is conjectured that Curr is a corruption of the first syllable of the word.
*Acorr certainly represents the modern townland of Curr, or part of it. Ballintackin was an ancient name of the district, in that part of the parish, as shown on the map of 1609.
submitted by Rob D - The Hearth Money Roll for Dungannon 1666 has a parish called Ballieeloge. I think it could now be Ballyclog but some of the townlands have shifted parish according to seanruad. http://www.seanruad.com
sources of information "Two Ulster Manors"
and Bready Ancestry http://www.breadyancestry.com/index.php?id=genealogy