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muster45 pages
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freeholders5 pages
Applications to Register Freeholds in Clogher Barony, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1829-31
Applications to Register Freeholds in the Barony of Raphoe, Co. Donegal 1829-31
Applications to Register Freeholds: Donagheady, Leckpatrick & Camus (Strabane) Parishes 1829-31
Applications to Register Freeholds: Urney (Part) & Ardstraw (Part) Parishes 1829-32
Applications to Register Freeholds: Bodoney Lower, Bodoney Upper, Cappagh (Part) & Termonmaguirk (Part) Parishes 1829-32
wills53 pages
Will of George MacGhee, Stabane, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1741
Memorandum of the Will of David MacGhee, Loghmonye, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1678
Will of Archibald Campbell, Camus Parish, Derry Diocese, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1623
Calendar of Wills in the Diocese of Derry 1612-1858, Parish of Aghadowey, Co. Londonderry
Will of William Alexander of Mountcastle, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1880: Died January 1881
Will - Anne Campbell, Aughalane, Bodoney Upper Parish, Co. Tyrone, 1876
Will of GEORGE CAMPBELL of Collermoney, Leckpatrick Parish, Co. Tyrone, 1885
Will - ROBERT CARSAN, Merchant of Philadelphia, USA & Strabane, Co. Tyrone, 1784
Will of THOMAS COLHOUN of Strabane, Co. Tyrone 1821
Will - David Craig, Binelly, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1865
Will Of Robert Craig Of Binnelly, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone, 1883
Calendar of Wills in the Diocese of Derry 1612-1858, Parish of Desertoghill, Co. Londonderry
Will - Michael Doak, Killymore, Ardstraw Parish, Co. Tyrone 1855
Donagheady Wills Index: Pre-1858
Will of John James Donaghy, Ballyskeagh, Leckpatrick Parish, Co. Tyrone 1916
Will of Hon. & Rev. Charles, Earlsgift, Donemana, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1857
Will - Abstracts of Wills
Will of Catherine Dunn, Dullerton, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1851
Will: Estate & Effects of Thomas Cunningham Dunn, formerly of Articlave, Co. Londonderry, Died Denver, Colorado, USA; 1898
Calendar of Wills in the Diocese of Derry 1612-1858, Parish of Errigal, Co. Londonderry
Will of Robert Fulton, Ballylaw, Leckpatrick Parish, Co. Tyrone 1915
Will of John Hall of Collermoney, Leckpatrick Parish, Co. Tyrone 1751
Will - Andrew Thomas Hamilton, 3 Feb. 1819
Will Of James Hamilton Of Omagh, Drumragh Parish, Co. Tyrone 1835
Will - Mary Hamilton Widow of Earlsgift, Donemana, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1849
Will Of Gabriel And Agnes Homes 1669
Will Of Gabriel Holmes, Strabane, Camus Parish, Co. Tyrone 1752
Will of Robert Lindsay, Surgeon, Strabane, Camus Parish, Co. Tyrone 1797
Will of David Love of Milltown, Ardstraw Parish, Co. Tyrone 1845
Will - Valuation of Reverand John Love's Holdings, 7th September 1917
Will of Reverand Joseph Love, Lislaird, Termonamongan Parish, Co. Tyrone 1884
Extracts from Several LOVE Probates & Wills from the PRONI - 1863-1917
Deed - Memorial of Robert Lowry to John Love 25 July 1727
Will of Sarah Jane (nee Bell) Maneely, Ballynafeagh, Ardboe Parish, Co. Tyrone, Died 20 December, 1903
Will of William Maneely, Ballynafeagh, Ardboe Parish, Co. Tyrone, Died 22 April, 1896
The Will of William Mathewson, Donemanagh [Donemana, Donagheady Parish], Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1798
Will of John McCrea of Gobnascale, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1878
Will of Nancy McElhenny otherwise Ann McElhinny, Lisdivin, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1827
Will of William Nesbitt, Cloghogall, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone - 1825
Will of Martha Nisbitt (Nesbitt), Cloghogall, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1825
Will of John Scott, Ballycolman, Urney Parish, Strabane, Co. Tyrone 1799
Will of James Sproule, Mellmount, Urney Parish, Strabane 1840
Will Of Robert Stewart Of Upper Binnelly Donagheady Parish, Co Tyrone Died 20 September 1863
Will - ROBERT ROLLESTON, Gortavey, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1847
Will of Robert Runnett, Sessiagh Magarol [Sessiaghmagoroll], Clonfeacle Parish, 1897
Will of Katherine Wensley of Sandville, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone, 1758 Widow of Revd. Thomas Wensley, decd.
Will of THOMAS WENSLEY, Sandville, Donoghkiddy [Donagheady] Parish
Wills at the National Archives UK
Various Wills, Deeds, BMDs
Will of William Wright of Lisnanane, Desertcreat Parish, Co. Tyrone, Died Gortagowen, 22 December 1890
Will - List of Names from the Ireland Index of Wills
traumatic14 pages
Visiting Bears Accidentally, 1811
The Murder of Anne Devlin at Killycolpy, Arboe Parish, Co. Tyrone, October 1829
Newtownstewart Murder of William Henry Glass by Thomas Hartley Montgomery - Trial & Execution, 1871
Assault & Robbery of Robert McCain [McKane], Drain, Donagheady, 1853
Tragic Deaths from Starvation at Strabane during The Great Famine - Thomas Gilroy
Castlederg Body Snatching 1831
Melancholic Events Donagheady Parish 1823-30
The Melancholy Fate of James & Mary Gormly near Plumbridge, December 1843
Dreadful Affray at Killeter Fair, JULY 1812
The Murder of James Mathewson at Drumquin 1824
Shipwreck of the Newry 1830
Reports of Great Damage from a Violent Wind at Lisnacloon, Termonamongan Parish, Co. Tyrone, October 1752
Sarah O'Kane, Lost Child from Altdoghal, Ardstraw Parish, Co. Tyrone 1817
guide7 pages
How to Use the Registry of Deeds, Dublin
Things Genealogists Need To Know
Alternate Spellings for Various Location (areas) in Co. Tyrone
How to obtain Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates
Death Registration and Certificates
Traditional Naming Patterns for Both Scots & Irish People
Official Website of the County Tyrone Ireland Genealogy Research
churches6 pages
Church Photographs, Co. Tyrone
Donagheady Presbyterian Churches - A Brief History & Photos
1st Donagheady Presbyterian Church World War I Memorial
2nd Donagheady Presbyterian Church World War I Memorial
Photos by Boyd Gray
Roman Catholic Church Photos, Co. Tyrone
census24 pages
Bodoney Parish Names of Masters of Families, 1699
Census of the County Tyrone, Diocese of Armagh, Parishes of Aghalow and Carnteel 1766
Artrea Parish Religious Census 1766
Census of the Parish of Derryloran 1766
Census of the Parish of Desertcreat 1834
Religious Census - Drumglass Parish, 1766
Religious Census of the Parish of Dungannon 1766
Religious Census - Town & Corporation of Dungannon, 1766
Census of the Parish of Kildress 1766
A Religious Census of Termonmaguirk Parish, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland - 1780
Tullyniskan Parish Religious Census 1766
Co. Tyrone People Found in English Census'
Co. Tyrone People Found in Scotland Census'
Co. Tyrone Military People Found in Census'
Census Strays of the Poor, the Ill and the Inmates
1901 Census - Dunn, Agnes - Dunne Joseph
1901 Census - Fullerton - Fulton - Funston
1901 Census - Leitch, James - Lendrum, Ellen
1901 Census - Loughrey, Maryanne - Love - Lowe, Rosie
1901 Census - Mines, Mathew - Mitchel - Mitchell
1901 Census - ROBINSON, A. - Eliza
1901 Census - ROBINSON, Margret - ROCKS, Edward
1901 Census - Warwick, Annejane - Watson, Allan
A Religious Census of Termonmaguirk Parish, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland - 1780
donegal-churchrecord2 pages
Ballindrait Presbyterian Church Ruling Elders, Clonleigh Parish, Co. Donegal 1620-1700
Ballindrait Presbyterian Church Pewholders & Stipend Payers, Clonleigh Parish, Co. Donegal 1867
places43 pages
3rd Cookstown Presbyterian Church: Notes on the Congregation by Rev. John Knox Leslie 1842-3
Mills & Features of Co. Tyrone
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
Alternate spellings for locations in Tyrone
Place Names of Northern Ireland
Placename Prefix/Suffix Meanings
Places by Parish
Provosts & Burgesses of the Corporation of Strabane
McNickles 1901 Census - Births, Directories
Short / Shortt Marriage & Other Records
Victoria, Australia Marriages & Deaths 1853-1911 of People Born Co. Tyrone
2nd Donagheady Presbyterian Church Marriages 1845-1926
Freeholder’s Register for Co. Tyrone
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Bruce Andrews, Puyallup, Washington bruce_andrews[at]
Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Bruce Andrews, Puyallup, Washington bruce_andrews[at]
Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Bruce Andrews bruce_andrews[at]
Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Bruce Andrews, Puyallup, Washington bruce_andrews[at]
Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Bruce Andrews, Puyallup, Washington bruce_andrews[at]
Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Bruce Andrews, Puyallup, Washington bruce_andrews[at]
Place Names of Northern Ireland
Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Bruce Andrews, Puyallup, Washington bruce_andrews[at]
Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Bruce Andrews, Puyallup, Washington bruce_andrews[at]
Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Bruce Andrews, Puyallup, Washington bruce_andrews[at]
Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Bruce Andrews, Puyallup, Washington bruce_andrews[at]
Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Bruce Andrews, Puyallup, Washington bruce_andrews[at]
Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Bruce Andrews, Puyallup, Washington bruce_andrews[at]
Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Bruce Andrews, Puyallup, Washington bruce_andrews[at]
Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Bruce Andrews, Puyallup, Washington bruce_andrews[at]
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
Dromore Parish Located in the Southwest of Tyrone County, Ulster
fermanagh2 pages
Petitions of Insolvent Debtors, Debtors' Court, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, April 1822
Petitions of Insolvent Debtors, Debtors' Court, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, June 1828
donegal1 page
Petitions of Insolvent Debtors, Insolvent Debtors' Court, Lifford, Co. Dongeal, November 1824
ferm-criminals6 pages
Petitions of Insolvent Debtors, Insolvent Debtors' Court, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, November 1838
Petitions of Insolvent Debtors, Insolvent Debtors' Court, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, June 1839
Petitions of Insolvent Debtors, Insolvent Debtors' Court, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, February 1829
Petitions of Insolvent Debtors, Insolvent Debtors' Court, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, June 1835
Petitions of Insolvent Debtors, Insolvent Debtors' Court, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, November 1835
Enniskillen Assizes, Co. Fermanagh, March 1815
ships19 pages
Canadian Convicts on the HMS Buffalo to Australia 1839-1840
The Loss of the Brig Dispatch off the Coast of Newfoundland, 1828
Passenger & Crew Lists of the Ship Brutus, Sailed Londonderry to Philadelphia, USA 1805
Tyrone Emigrants to New York USA
Passengers aboard the Brig Billow
Daphne Passengers 16 Jan 1859
Hannah Crooker - Londonderry to Philadelphia 1862
Hornet 25 Jan 1865
Passenger List of the IDA, arrived Sydney, New South Wales, Australia January 18, 1864
Loss of the "Lady of the Lake", 11 May 1833
Leander sailed to Quebec from Londonderry, Ireland 1847
Passengers aboard the Brig Madawaska - Londonderry to St. John, New Brunswick, Apr 1833
MATOAKA Passengers 17 May 1855
Passengers aboard Prudence - Londonderry to St. John, New Brunswick 1838
Queen Bee Passengers 31 March 1861
Passengers aboard the Brig Trial - Londonderry to St. John, New Brunswick, 19 Apr 1833
Tuscarora, Liverpool to Philadelphia, 21 July 1862
William Brown - Sunk on 19th April 1841
Some Ships Passenger's List
newspaper33 pages
High Sherrifs 1846
Process Servers -The Strabane Morning Post 1812-1837
Names & Residences of Process Servers, Co. Tyrone 1843
Process Servers, Co. Tyrone, 1870
Caledon Estate Farming Society Annual Dinner 1845
Tyrone Related Personal Announcements, Melbourne, Australia 1864-1915
William Kilpatrick & Margaret Moor Wedding Party Upset at Desert, Leckpatrick Parish April 1852
Co. Tyrone News Items and Information Wanted Extracted from New York Newspapers 1852-1905
Church to be built in parish of "Erregle, Keerogue 1830
  This reprint is intended *SOLELY* for the non-commercial use of family historians, with the sincere hope that someone may find the content useful. Names found on this page- ALEXANDER, ANDERSON, ARMSTRONG, ASH,ASHE, BARRY, BEGGS, BOYD, BRABAZON, BRADY, BRANGAN, BROWN, CARPENTER, CHARLEMONT, COLLINS, CONNELLY, COULSON, CRAWFORD, CROTHERS, CULLIN, CUMING, DARLEY, DAVIDSON, DAWSON,DEVLIN, DICK, DIXON, DOBBIN, DOHERTY, DONAGHY, DOUGHERTY, DOORIS, DOWSE, DUDDEN, DUDGEON, DUNCAN, EAKIN,  EYRE, FALLS, FERGUSON, FORDE, GLENN, GRAHAM, GREER,HADDEN, HAGAN, HAIG, HAMILTON, HEATLEY, HENRY, HERDMAN, HILLOCK, HOLLY, JOHNSON, JOHNSTON, KERR, KING, KINNEAR, KENNEDY, KLOPHEL, LELL, LEECH,  LITTLE, LOWRY, LUNDY, M'ADAM, M'AVOY, M'CLELLAND, M'CLINTOCK, M'CLOY, M'ELHILL, M'FARLAND, M'KENNA, M'MULLAN, M'QUADE,  M'REYNOLDS, M'SORLEY, MALONE, MARSHALL, MATHEWS, MAULEVER, MILLAR, MILLER, MILLSOP, MOORE, MORTIMER, MOSSMAN, MULLIGAN, NEILSON, NEWTON, NORTHLAND, NUN, O'BRIAN, O¹NEILL, ORR, PAISLEY, PHILLIPS, POLLOCK, PORTER, PRENTICE, QUAIN, REED, REEVES, RICHARDSON, ROBINSON, ROCKS, RODEN, RODGERS, SETON, SHAW, SHILLINGTON,  SIMPSON, SLOAN, SMYTH, SPENCE, STACK, STINSON, STRAIN,  THISTLE, TRIMBLE, VERNER, WADE, WATSON, WEIR, WHITTLE, WILEY, WILFORD, WILKINS, WILSON, WOODS, WRAY.   5 August 1845 MARRIED. In Clennanese Presbyterian Church, county Tyrone, Hamilton Boyd , Esq., of Lynchburgh, Virginia, North America, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the Rev. James Kinnear, of Lower Clennanese, near Dungannon.   5 August 1845 (1) MOY. On Thursday last the commissioners of this town met in the Court-house, to elect a chairman for the ensuing year. On the motion of DAVID BARRY, Esq., seconded by the Rev. JOHN LEECH, GALBRAITH JOHNSTON, Esq., was re-elected chairman, after which JAMES SLOAN, Esq., moved, and the Rev. SAMUEL SHAW , seconded that the thanks of the commissioners be given Mr. JOHNSTON for his highly praiseworthy conduct during the past year. The motion passed unanimously and... (2) ROBBERY . Dooris , of Augnacloy, arrested a woman in Fintona, who had, on the 20th November last, in company with a man, stolen from Eleanor Hadden , of Aughnacloy, a quantity of wearing apparel. The woman had been lodging in the house during the night, and absconded with the articles. The sub-constable, from the description which had then been given of her, arrested her on suspicion, and brought her before Hugh Moore , Esq., at Aughnacloy, when she was identified by Hadden , and committed for trial to our gaol on the same day. (3) CONSTABULARY, TYRONE. Inspector of Constabulary, Strabane, has been appointed acting County Inspector of Tyrone, in the absence of Captain Wade , on leave. A more efficient officer could not have been selected for this important situation.   19 August 1845 DIED. On Tuesday the 12th inst , Thomas Kennedy , of Brackagh, county Tyrone, Esq., aged 43 years. For his steadiness, benevolence, and urbanity of manner, he is most deservedly lamented by a numerous circle of friends, whose only consolation is, that he sleeps with the Lord Jesus, on whom he placed his hope.   26 August 1845 DIED. On the 20th inst., at Clogher [Co Tyrone], Mr. James M¹Quade, Innkeeper.   9 September 1845 COUNTY TYRONE. For Sale, By Private Contract, A MOST desirable and handsome RESIDENCE, situate in the Town of MOY, on the leading Road from ARMAGH to DUNGANNON, with suitable Office  Houses, Garden, and Farm attached thereto, containing 10A. 3R. 31P., English measure, or thereabouts Renewable for Ever, at the small Yearly Rent of £3 sterling ; 5A. 3R. 31P. for One Young Life, or 21 Years, at the Yearly Rent of £10, 10s. 3d. The remaining 4 Acres are at Will. These Premises are held under the Earl of CHARLEMONT --one of the best and most encouraging Landlords well adapted for the reception of a respectable Family. For further particulars, apply to C. C. DAVIDSON , Solicitor ; or to JOHN WILFORD , MOY, either of whom will treat with a Purchaser Moy, Sept. 3, 1845.   9 September 1845 MARRIAGES. On the 2d inst., in the Cathedral of Clogher, by the Rev. Wm. B. Ash , Mr. James Stinson , of Altnaveagh [Co Tyrone], to Miss Elizabeth M'Clelland, Fimore. DEATHS. At Seskinore [Co Tyrone], on the 3d inst., Mr. Mathew Brown , aged 87 years, for many years permanent Sergeant of Seskinore yeomanry. His remains were followed by the following Orange Lodges, with their colour,s [sic] and music playing the dead march, viz. :--Seskinore, Gortaclare, Tullyarm, and Beragh. The coffin was decorated with an orange sash, and the members wore white scarfs.   30 September 1845 DIED. -September 25, at his residence, Summer-hill-parade, Dublin, aged 65 years, Marmaduke J. Richardson, Esq., formerly a Lieutenant in her Majesty's Rothsay and Caithness Regiment, and youngest son of John Richardson , of Furlough House, county Tyrone, Esq., deceased, sometime High Sheriff of that county, and Captain of the Dungannon Volunteers. -In Dublin, Robert Haig , Esq., of Dodderbank. -At his residence, in Omagh, after a protracted illness, Mr. C. W. Klophel, aged 65, Professor of Music, and formerly Master of the band in H. M. 50th Regiment of Foot.   30 September 1845 (1) DISEASE AMONGST CATTLE.--We regret to hear that a disease, epidemic in its nature, and fatal in its results, has broken out amongst cattle in the vicinity of Charlemont and Moy. In flammation is its principal characteristic, and its progress is so rapid as in most cases to render impotent the skill of the veterinary. (2) The large house at Dungannon, called the Monte Piete, facing the Omagh  road, has been taken for a detachment of military, who are to be stationed there, in consequence of the strong party feeling existing in that locality.--Tyrone Constitution. (3) A splendid organ has been presented to the church of Pomeroy, by Robert W. Lowry, Esq., of Pomeroyhouse.-- Ibid. (4) RAPE.--A farmer, named John Lell, of Gortmerron, in the neighbourhood of Caledon, was full [sic] committed for trial, at the next assizes, on the 19th instant, by H. L. Prentice , Esq., for a rape on the Widow M'Sorley of same place.--Ibid. (5) SUDDEN DEATH. Neilson , formerly of Nn.-Stewart, was walking into Strabane market, (having left the coach a few minutes before, from feeling faint,) he took suddenly ill, near Beechmount, and immediately after getting into a house on the road side, expired.--Ibid.   7 October 1845 MARRIAGES. On the 1st inst., in Carntall Meeting-house, by the Rev. James Phillips , Mr. George Spence , of Fivemiletown [Co Tyrone], merchant, to Eliza, youngest daughter of the late William Glenn, Esq., of said town.   14 October 1845 DIED. On the 20th ult., at Lydia Villa, Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Dudgeon , Postmaster of Stewartstown [Co Tyrone], and grand-daughter of the late Anthony M¹Reynolds , Esq., Solicitor, Stewartstown.   14 October 1845 (1) OMAGH FAIR.--This fair, on Tuesday last, was not as numerously attended as hitherto. Owing to the fineness of the day the farmers very prudently preferred attending to their harvest business. Black cattle were very high--sheep in good demand, and pigs brought enormous prices. The show of horses was very limited--nothing good to be seen.--Tyrone Constitution. (2) THE POTATO CROP.--CLOGHER.-In this neighbourhood a great quantity of the potatoes are diseased. We have known them to be sound enough in the evening, and to be rotten the next morning. There is scarcely a field in this part of the county in which some of them are not damaged.--Communicated.   21 October 1845 FIVEMILETOWN PORK MARKET.   A MARKET for the Sale of PORK will be held in FIVEMILETOWN, on SATURDAY, the 18th OCTOBER, instant, and continue to be held on every SATURDAY during the Season, at which the following rates of Premiums will be given :--                 To the Seller of the largest quantity of Pork each                 Market-day, ... ... ... ... 10s. 0d.                 To the Seller of the next largest do., ... ... 7 6                 To the Seller of the weightiest Pig, of his own feeding, ... ... ... ... ... 5 0 The above Premiums will be paid to the persons entitled thereto, on application at the Town-hall, on the evening of each Market-day, where the Committee will be in attendance for such purpose.Fivemiletown, Oct. 3, 1845.   21 October 1845 (1) HARVEST HOME AT ASHFIELD, CLOGHER. Tuesday evening last an entertainment was given by George C.  , Esq., Ashfield House, near Clogher, to his numerous labourers and their families, after having performed the various harvest operations. They were all well supplied with tea and other refreshments Dancing took place in a large house neatly fitted up for the occasion. There were two hundred persons present, a great many of whom were in the employment of Mr. Trimble, and the remainder were chiefly his tenants. Their cheerful looking aspect bespoke a degree of comfort and happiness rare to be met with ; and their conduct during the proceedings was creditable to them all. Several Ladies and Gentlemen were also present. (2) ENORMOUS CARROT. possession of the Lord Bishop of CLOGHER¹S gardener which measures three feet and a half in length, and eighteen inches in circumference round the centre. It weighs fourteen pounds. There are also in his Lordship¹s garden many more nearly as large. (3) (From our Correspondents.) MOY. has materially affected the potato crop in the extensive district around this town. (4) (From our Correspondents.) BENBURB [Co Tyrone]. the potatoes is very considerable. I think about one-half the crop is damaged. affected to Mr. JOHNSON ¹s starch mill at Middleton, where every facility is offered.   21 October 1845 DUNGANNON QUARTER SESSIONS. These Sessions were opened by Richard Nun, Esq., Q.C., the Assistant Barrister, on Thursday, the 9th instant, at 12 o¹clock. There were only 605 civil bills, scarcely one half the usual number. The civil business terminated at three o¹clock on Tuesday. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15. Worship entered the court, and very briefly addressed the jury, deploring the heavy state of the calendar. He said that, although meeting once in the three months, there were 62 cases for trial, 14 of which were custody cases ; he requested them to use dispatch with the bills, and that he would have petty juries empannelled to try the cases. ROBBERY. money and wearing apparel from Thomas Holly, of Drumgirl, on the 2d December last. PICKING POCKETS. picking the pocket of Henry O¹Neill , at the fair of Ballygawley, on 12th September, of £1 7s. 5d. Patrick Hillock, robbery. Robert Connelly , stealing a bridle, submitted. Robert Maulever , having a stolen pig in his possession. guilty. Jane Wilson , pawning sundry articles of wearing apparel. Guilty Joseph Devlin, violent assault for twelve months give security to keep the peace. PARTY ASSAULT. Michael and Mary Jane Mulligan, and Sally Hagan, (Roman Catholics,) for riot and assault at Orator fair, and in Cookstown, in July last. This case occupied the court from an early hour in the morning, and did not terminate until half- past eleven o¹clock at night, when the jury found Thomas Mathews and Michael Mulligan guilty of riot and assault, and James and Mary Jane Mulligan, and Sally Hagan, guilty of common assault. There was a cross case, in which Wm. Crawford and John Weir (Protestants,) were indicted for assaulting James Mulligan . Crawford guilty of an aggravated assault common assault. The Solicitors for the Protestant party were Hugh Simpson , Courtenay Newton, and John C ollins, (of Belfast Esqrs. For the Roman Catholic party, John Little, Robert Falls, and A. J. Newton , Esqrs. These were the only cases of importance.   28 October 1845 MARRIAGES. -On Thursday 23d inst., in Ballymena [Co Antrim] Church, by the Rev. William Reeves , John Kerr , Esq., Parkmount, Dungannon, to Eliza, daughter of Mr. Brangan, Ballymena. -On Tuesday morning last, in Omagh Church, by the Rev. T. L . Stack , Mr. John Robinson, master-tailor, to Charlotte, daughter of Mr. John M¹Farland, both of Omagh.   4 November 1845 BIRTH. October 26, at Dungannon, the lady of William Dawson , Esq., of a daughter, her fourteenth child. MARRIAGES. October 27, in the parish church of Augnacloy, by the Rev. A. M. Pollock, Manly Power Dudden, Esq., of Lara Vale, youngest son of the late Jacob Dudden , Esq., 32d regiment of foot, to Susan, ninth daughter of the late Mr. John Beggs, Merchant, Aughnacloy.   11 November 1845 MARRIAGES. On the 3d inst., by the Rev. John M'Kenna, Catholic Curate of Clonfeacle, Mr. Francis Donaghy , of Eglish Mills, county Tyrone, to Eliza, daughter of the late Mr. James Malone , of Clonfeacle. DIED. On the 22d of August last, at Etobicoke, near Toronto, Upper Canada, Phoebe, wife of Dr. Thistle, formerly of Benburb, county Tyrone, aged 49 years.   18 November 1845 MARRIAGES. On the 15th inst., at the house of the lady's father, by the Rev. Michael O'Brian, C.C., John M'Avoy, Esq., Bealmount, Dungannon, to Jane, third daughter of Wm. Carpenter, Esq., Armagh. DIED. - At his residence, near Omagh, on the 11th inst., very suddenly, of disease of the heart, George Dick , Esq., aged 66 years, most deservedly regretted. - At Ballygawley [Co Tyrone], on the 11th inst., Mrs. Mortimer, aged 80 years.   18 November 1845 (1) (From our Correspondents.) CLOGHER.--The potatoes in this neighbourhood are greatly injured. Cups are infected as well as all other kinds. Potatoes which appeared perfectly sound when pitted, have been found to be greatly damaged. AUGHER.--All are more or less damaged. I am sorry to say that all kinds are infected, and that no cure can be found. FIVEMILETOWN.--On inquiry which I have made in this place, I find that the potatoes are not so much damaged as in other parts of Tyrone; very few of the cups are injured. BROOKEBOROUGH.--I am sorry to have to say, that the potatoes in this neighbourhood, (especially the cups,) are greatly injured. I am informed by a very respectable farmer, that on an average one -third at least are affected. MAGUIRESBRIDGE.--The potatoes in this locality are greatly injured. LISNASKEA.--On inquiry I find that the potatoes are injured to a very great extent here. No remedy can be found to preserve them or keep them safe. All sorts are alike injured.--A priest has given a charm of some mixture of holy water, &c., to cure them, but it has proved ineffectual. NEWTOWNBUTLER.--The potatoes in this neighbourhood are sadly damaged. No cure or remedy can be found to save them. I am informed that at least one-fourt are destroyed by the disease. CLONES.--Here the potatoes are greatly injured. Every kind is damaged alike. SESKINORE.--Not many of the potatoes here appear to be infected. There are but few people who say they have them injured. CROWHILL.--I regret to state that the potato crop in this neighbourhood has suffered severely from the disease. I am of opinion that fully one-third of the entire crop is injured. ENNISKILLEN.--The potato crop is far from having suffered as much in this county as in some of the neighbouring ones. I have been conversing with several persons whose crops comparatively speaking have no appearance of the disease, especially where they are grown on lea, or new ground. Our markets, too, are moderate--3 lb. 6 oz. of good bread for 6d. (2) The Rev. J. G. PORTER left Kilskeery [Co Tyrone] yesterday, for Longford. (3) RIOT AT CLOGHER.--On Wednesday night last one of those party fights, which so seldom occur, took place in this peaceable village. A number of persons (Protestants, I understand) were returning from Augher fair, and on their way home had to pass through this place, when they were met and attacked by a party of Roman Catholics. A great many of the young men of the town, of both parties, ran to assist their friends who were a beating, till at least 800 persons were on the spot, all engaged in the affray ; the scene now was terrible. There were only two police constables in attendance, sub- constable WOODS and CULLIN, to whom the greatest praise is due for the courage and dexterity which they manifested on the occasion. The rest of the men were on duty at the fair, but they were sent for. On their arrival at Clogher the above- named sub-constables had succeeded in quelling the mob, and that very efficient officer, head-constable DUNCAN , kept up patrol during the remainder of the night, and prevented any further mischief. --A Correspondent.   18 November 1845 OUTRAGE IN DUNGANNON.--In consequence of private information received by first head constable Graham, stationed at Dungannon, relative to the robbery of arms at Mullaghbawn, on the 28th October last , he, on the night of the 8th inst., proceeded with constable Corr, and a large force of the constabulary, to several townlands in the Benburb district, where he arrested ten persons on suspicion of having been concerned in that outrage, marched them into the Dungannon bridewell the following morning, and on Monday one of them, named David Strain, was identified and fully committed for trial at next assizes, for the offence, by R. D. Coulson and Thomas Eyre, Esqrs. We understand that this is the fourth discovery of the perpetrators of serious outrages by Mr. Graham, since he joined the Dungannon district in 1844. A second man, named Eakin, has been held to bail, for further examination--he volunteered to stand alongside his brother, who was one of those arrested, in order to puzzle the witnesses who were to identify, when he was picked out, in place of the latter, to whom he bears a strong resemblance.-- Tyrone Constitution. About midnight, on Saturday, the 8th instant, a party of twenty men, attacked the house of a publican, named Terence Rocks , of Killyman, broke in his windows, and forced an entrance into the house which they searched, and assaulting himself, carried away a bayonet belonging to him.--Ibid. SUNDAY-SCHOOL SOIREE.--On Monday evening the Rev. Wm. Quain , Rector, gave an evening party in the savings bank, to the children who attend the Dungannon Church Sunday-School. Several of his most respectable pa-rishioners were present on the occasion.--Ibid. On Wednesday, the 5th inst., 25 cwt. of Flax grown by Mr. Neal Doherty , of Strabane, the produce of four barrels of Riga seed, was purchased by a Flax buyer from Armagh, at the extraordinary price of 6l. per cwt. Great credit must be given to the superior manner of cleaning done by Sir Robert Ferguson's mill lately erected near Castlefin. The Belfast Flax Society awarded the premium to James Herdman, Esq., last season, for Flax grown by the same person, and it is expected the purchaser this season will meet a similar reward. --Derry Sentinel.   25 November 1845 (1) DEATH BY A FALL OFF A SCAFFOLD.--A fine young man, a stone-mason, named BRADY , who lived in Dungannon, lost his life on Friday last, by the giving way of the scaffolding at the Roman Chapel, now being erected in the town of Donaghmore, two miles from Dungannon....--A Correspondent. (2) PROTESTANT MEETING IN BENBURB. On Friday evening, the 21st inst., a meeting of the Protestants of this locality took place in Mr. Whittle's Inn. The chair was taken at six o'clock by Mr. Henry Marshall --above the chair a splendid Orange flag was suspended, and round the walls were the following mottos--" No Repeal," "Enniskillen, Derry, Aughrim, and the Boyne, "Queen and Constitution," " Protestant Ascendancy in Church and State," &c. Amongst those present we noticed Mr. Millar , District Master, Mr. H. Wilson , Mr. Whittle , Mr. J. Shillington , Mr. Wiley , &c.                   The Chairman gave the following toasts :--                 " The Queen."                 " The Glorious and Immortal Memory."                 " The health of Mr. Watson, and confusion to the Peel Cabinet."                 " Our new installed Master."                 " The Orangemen of Ireland-- Roden and Verner ."                 " Earl of Enniskillen, and the Orangemen of Fermanagh."                 " The ARMAGH GUARDIAN, and the Conservative Press of Ulster."                 " Mr. John Whittle and the sons of Tyrone."                 " Our County Master, Joseph Greer, Esq."                 " Our Host and Hostess."                 " Our next merry meeting." Mr. John Whittle, Mr. Henry Marshall, Mr. Wiley , Mr. H. Wilson, Mr. Henry Brown , Mr. Whittle , and Mr. Millar severally responded to thetoasts.--Communicated.   2 December 1845 ALLEGED MURDER OF MR . WILSON, OF BENBURB. We confess our feelings were not a little shocked to read in the Evening Packet of Thursday last, two letters, one dated Castleblaney, 25th November, and the other Hollypark, same date, giving an account of a barbarous outrage alleged to have been committed in the neighbourhood of Carrickmacross, county Monaghan, on the above-named gentleman and two of his attendants, which terminated in the death of Mr. WILSON , leaving the other two in a dangerous state. Both the letters conveyed the same news, and were evidently the production of the same diabolical mind, written for what purpose we are not able positively to assert, although certain circumstances connected with the gentleman in question lead us to conjecture more than it would be prudent here to mention. It affords us peculiar pleasure to be able to state that the whole is a perfect falsehood. Mr. WILSON in " proper person," called at our office on Friday last, which gives the lie direct to the inventor of the malicious communication published in the Evening Packet. He never was engaged on the survey of the line of railway at or near Castleblaney, which renders the falsehood more glaring, and the trick so much the more devilish and evil-minded. To the Editor of the Armagh Guardian. Mail, Armagh, 29th Nov., 1845. DEAR SIR,--On my return here to-day, I was both surprised and alarmed, when I read in the Newry Telegraph of this date a leading article, commenting on the " murder of a Mr. Wilson ;" and, as that gentleman was employed in the capacity of an Assistant Engineer on " the Dublin and Armagh Inland Line," of which I am the Irish Solicitor, I lost no time in instituting inquiries on a subject, which the remarks of the Editor invested so much terror. The result of my inquiries proved that the whole story was a heartless and malicious fabrication, designed, at once, to outrage humanity ; to libel a peaceful district of country ; and to harrow up the most cherished feelings of domestic life. I do not at all wonder that the highly respectable Editor of the paper alluded to fell into the error of believing the concoction to be based on truth ; for the statement was so artfully worded as to mislead any journalist. But I feel it due to the district so wantonly libelled, thus publicly to declare, that in all our preliminary proceedings in that quarter, we not only experienced no obstruction, but met with the kindest co-operation and the most hearty good will. After what I have written, it is needless to say, that the gentleman whose premature fate has been so solemnly recorded in the journals of the day, is in the enjoyment of perfect health, and is determined by every means in his power, to discover the author of this imaginary outrage ; an object in which, for the sake of society, I shall feel it my duty to give him my cordial support. I have addressed a similar letter to the Editor of the Newry Telegraph. I have the honor to be, your obedient servant, JOHN CUMING.   9 December 1845 (1) ROYAL SCHOOL OF DUNGANNON.--This thriving establishment, under the superintendence of the Rev. J. DARLEY, A.M., continues to maintain its celebrity as a seat of learning, and the success of the pupils reflects great credit on the reverend principal. The following young gentlemen, educated there, have been appointed " Queen¹s Scholars," Trinity College, by the " Commissioners of Education of Ireland"--Richard Dowse , £30 a year for five years ; Frederick Dobbin, £30 a year for five years ; Robert Heatley, £30 a year for five years ; Hugh M'Sorley , promoted to £50 a year for two years. (2) MOY FAIR.--Owing to the severe storm of Thursday evening and Friday morning, this fair, which was held on the 5th inst., was not so well attended with horses of a superior descriptio n, as usual. Middling and ordinary kinds a good supply ; but sales difficult to effect. Milch cows, and those engaged to calve early, remarkably dear ; other descriptions lower than at last fair. Pigs somewhat cheaper. (3) CONVERSION OF DISEASED POTATOES INTO STARCH.--Mr. THOMAS ANDERSON, of the Canal Stores, Caledon, is purchasing the diseased potatoes in that district, and he informs us that on an average 20 tons per day are brought to him, for which he gives one penny per stone. They are forwarded thence by the Ulster Canal, to Messrs. DIXON, & Co., Belturbet [Co Cavan], to be converted into starch. (4) MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.--A young man named Dougherty , from Deerpark, was killed on Tuesday last, coming into our fair--he was driving a cart in which were pigs ; the back board was forced off--he was thrown against the shaft, which struck him on the side, and he died in a few minutes after.--Tyrone Constitution.   9 December 1845 BIRTHS. Nov. 24, at Fair View, Dungannon, the lady of the Rev. John Vigneles Brabazon , of a daughter. DIED. Suddenly, at Charlemont, on the 3d instant, Mr. Joseph M'Mullan of that town, aged 62 years.   16 December 1845 MARRIAGES. On the 1st inst., in Aghadoey Meeting-house, by the Rev. Dr. Brown , Mr. James Duncan, eldest son of Mr. William Duncan, Head-Constable of Police, Clogher, county Tyrone, to Miss Ann M'Cloy, eldest daughter of Mr. William M'Cloy, farmer, county Derry. DIED. On the 10th inst., Jane, the beloved wife of the Rev. Samuel Shaw, of Moy, deeply lamented by a large and affectionate circle of friends. Her remains were interred on the 13th in the burial ground of the parish Church of that town. The kindest spirit of sympathy was manifested, in the attendance of the Clergymen of the Church of England, the Roman Catholic Clergy, the Presbyterian, the Wesleyan and Congregational Ministers, with many of their respective flocks. The solemn ceremony of burial was performed by the Rev. J. D. Smyth, of Newry, who, also, on the following Sabbath, improved the event of this afflictive bereavement, to the sympathising congregation over which the sorrow ing Pastor presides.   23 December 1845 CAUTION AGAINST RECEIVING SOLDIERS' APPOINTMENTS.--A soldier named WM. WILKINS, belonging to the 46th foot, deserted from the barracks in this city on the 15th November, but as &q uot; absence makes the heart grow fonder," he returned to his early love, and on the 18th instant, surrendered himself to the military authorities here, thoroughly divested of all " the pomp and circumstances of war," arrayed in a much more pastoral costume than that of the gallant 46th. It appeared that in the interim he was secreted with a family of the name of WRAY, residing in Bugban, parish of Killyman, county of Tyrone, with whom, at his departure, he left his fatigue dress and military appointments. Unfortunately for the WRAYs , the gift became almost as fatal a legacy as the garment bequeathed by the Centaur Nessus to Hercules, " long, long ago;" for on the 19th inst., the father and son, JOHN and HAMILTON WRAY, were arrested by a party of Moy Constabularym and the clothes and equipments being found in their possession, they were brought before the Earl of CHARLEMONT, who fined them £10 each, and treble the value of the articles, and in default of payment, six months' imprisonment in Omagh gaol. Not being prepared to liquidate this unwelcome charge, they have been sent to prison.  BOY BURNED TO DEATH.--On Saturday, the 13th inst., an inquest was held at Broughadoey, near Moy, county Tyrone, before HENRY KING, Esq., Coroner, on the body of ROBERT SETON, a boy of about seven years of age . SETON , who was a friend of, and resided with Mr. T. MOSSMAN , had been out on Thursday herding cattle, and having, during the absence of the family returned to warm himself, incautiously approached too close to the fire, whereby his trousers were ignited, and in a few moments he was enveloped in flames. His violent screams attractedthe [sic] notice of the housekeeper, who immediately ran to his assistance ; yet, such had been the rapid and fearful progress of the devouring element, that, notwithstanding every remedy was applied by Dr. CROTHERS of Moy, he expired in a few hours. One of the limbs, and part of the abdomen, were awfully burned. The jury returned a verdict in accordance with the preceding facts.   23 December 1845 (1) DEATH OF FANNY M'ELHILL .--This woman, the wife of the woodranger at Corick, whom we stated in our last to have been fired at by some cowardly assassin, on the Tuesday night before, we regret to say has not survived the wounds she then received. She died on Tuesday night last. No clue to the discovery of the murderer has yet been obtained. An inquest was held on the body, before Joseph Orr , Esq., the coroner, yesterday, which was adjourned until today. Lord C. Hamilton , M.P., A. W. Cole Hamilton, Esq., H. L. Prentice , Esq., James M. Reed, Esq., R. D. Coulson, Esq., and John Rodgers , Esq., magistrates, assisted at the investigation, but nothing has transpired to attach guilt to any party. A man named Anderson is in custody on suspicion, arising from having several altercations with M¹Elhill, b ut there is not the slightest evidence to convict him with the awful murder of the poor defenceless woman.- Tyrone Constitution. (2) THE POTATO CROP. We are enabled to state, on particular inquiry, that the potato disease in this county is at a stand ; the alarm has consequently ceased. In proof that the panic has subsided, our markets are well supplied, and prices are considerably lower than for a length of time back. On Tuesday last oats sold at 12-1/2d. per stone ; the reduction in meal is still more visible, being now at 16s. 16d. per cwt., the highest figure. We understand that Mr. THOMAS ARMSTRONG has ceased to purchase diseased potatoes at the Canal Stores, Caledon ; but will resume in a couple of weeks. On Monday last, the 15th instant, a meeting was held in Tartarraghan school-house, to receive the report of the persons appointed to inquire into the state of the potato crop in the Clonmacatt district. It appeared that the crop in that district was deficient about one-fourth, and nearly the one-half diseased. Mr. GEORGE MILLSOP, of Tartarraghan, informs us that he has 300 bushels of potatoes, not more than one-third of which is sound. (3) SHUTTING OF THE GATES OF DERRY. Thursday, the 18th inst., being the anniversary of the shutting of the gates of Derry, three lodges--510, 1139, and 1560 --met at Mr. JOHN WHITTLE 's Inn, Benburb, to commemorate that glorious event, and drink a bumper to the  memory of the heroes who fell in defence of the " Maiden City." The festivities of the evening commenced by burning in effigy a well-got-up figure of the traitor LUNDY. Mr. JOHN WHITTLE had the honor of applying the match to the traitor, while " The Rogue's March" was played as his funeral hymn, amidst the most deafening cheers. After he had fallen, each man filled a bumper, and drank to the " Memory of the glorious Apprentice Boys of Derry, and that every traitor might meet with the same end as Lundy," the band playing " Croppies lie down," after which the Master of No. 1560 gave the following loyal toasts : " The Queen and the rest of the Royal family" (three times three) ; " The Glorious and Immortal Memory" (nine times nine, and Kentish fire) ; " The Memory of the late Lord Viscount Powerscourt" (drank in solemn silence) ; " The health of our long-tried friends, Roden, Verner , and Greer , whose exertions in the cause of Orangeism has greatly contributed to its success and continuance in this kingdom" (nine times nine, and Kentish fire.) The Chairman next gave " The health of our worthy agent, Walter Hore, Esq., whose uniform kindness and true Protestant principles has rendered him worthy of our warmest acknowledgements" (nine times nine, and one cheer more.) Mr. TIMOTHY MARSHALL , of Guiness, asked permission to propose the next toast, which he well knew would be warmly received ; it was " The health of the Alexanders , the well-known friends of Protestantism, whose ancestors fought and bled within the walls of Derry, whilst the Hamiltons, under King James, in vain besiged [sic] the city." This toast was drunk with nine times nine, and deafening cheers. When silence was restored The Rev. MR. M'KENNA , of Mullintur, near Dyan, rose and spoke to the toast as follows--Gentlemen, you are aware that the most important services have been rendered to our country by these noblemen ; and not long since, when our religion and liberty were at stake in the British Parliament, a scion of the same noble family courageously battled against the enemies of our religion ; whilst Claude Hamilton and Northland gave their votes in favour of the measure for the propagation of Popery and idolatry in this kingdom. The very name of Northland or Hamilton we should spurn--whilst that of Alexander should be cherished in the bosom of every Protestant in Ireland. After having passed several other encomiums on his landlord, the Right Hon. the Earl of Caledon, and Wm. Joh n Alexander , Esq., of Caledon, the Rev. Gentleman sat down amidst the most rapturous applause. After drinking a few more toasts, the party separated at an early hour.--(Communicated.)   23 December 1845 BIRTH. On the 9th instant, at Annesley Lodge, Coal Island, the lady of Robert Stewart Wilberforce King , Esq., of a daughter. MARRIAGES. -On the 11th inst., in the Presbyterian Meeting-house, Cookstown, by the Rev. Thomas Miller , Mr. Robert Henry , of Stewartstown, merchant, to Marianne, fourth daughter of Mr. Joseph Dudgeon , Postmaster, Stewartstown. -On the 11th instant, by the Rev. A . Symington, D. D., Paisley, the Rev. William S. Ferguson, of Grange, County Tyrone, to Sarah Jane, second daughter of Alexander Ferguson, Esq., of Ardtrea, near Cookstown. DIED. At Dungannon, on the 19th inst., Mr. Thomas M'Adam , Druggist and Apothecary, formerly of Loughgall. His remains were interred in St. Mark¹s Church-yard on yesterday.   23 December 1845 (1) LATE AFFRAY IN TYRONE.--CASTLEDERG, DEC.15.--The young man (Robert Verner ) whom I stated in my letter of 9th Instant to have been stabbed by his father, is still lingering. There are some hopes entertained that he will yet recover. (2) THE MAGISTRACY. Samuel M'Clintock , Esq., of Newtown House, county Louth, and Seskanore Lodge, county Tyrone, has been appointed to the commission of the peace forthe latter county. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant has been pleased to approve of Matthew Forde , Esq., of Seaforde-house, and George Matthews , Esq., of Springvale, being appointed Deputy-Lieutenants for the County of Down ; and Thomas Verner, jun., Esq., of Belfast, for the County of Antrim. (3) A SERIOUS EVIL.--On Monday last the Rev. Isaac Ashe, Incumbent of Coal Island, county of Tyrone, was assaulted by a boatman, quite unknown to him, in a state of intoxication, without any provocation whatever. He had pursued him along the quay, crying out, " Are you a clergyman ? What religion are you of?" He forcibly grabbed the walking staff which the rev. gentleman carried, and endeavored to wrest it from him. Several gentlemen and others assembled, and endeavored to force him into some place of confinement until the police could be sent from Stewartstown, a distance of three miles, but the fellow struggled so hard, and gave so much annoyance that he was suffered to get off. A short time ago a large stone was thrown into one of the sitting rooms of Mr. Robinson , Inspector of the Board of Works, residing in the village. The want of a police station is sadly felt in this place, where so many of the worst description of the lowest class are employed at the collieries, &c., and the peaceable inhabitants are continually subjected to annoyance. Several applications have been made to the authorities in Dublin to have a few policemen stationed in Coal Island, but all in vain. It is much to be deplored that the Government should refuse compliance with the reasonable demand for protection alluded to in the foregoing note. The magistrates of the neighbourhood of Dungannon and Coal Island should ask the Lord Lieutenant, by memorial, for the force required, and if he shall refuse to grant it, the conduct of his Excellency should be brought before the House of Parliament.--E. Packet.    
The Newry, Armagh & Londonderry Junction Railway
Stations of the Wesleyan Ministers
Dungannon Agricultural Society's Half-yearly Show of Livestock & Farm Produce
Aughnacloy, Co. Tyrone - Snippets from The Argus, Melbourne, Australia 1853-93
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Tyrone-Born Missing Friends Advertisements & Law Notices published in Adelaide, South Australia 1856-1899
Australian Newspaper Items re Co. Tyrone, 1848-1922
Belfast Weekly News Extracts 1890- 1896
Belfast Weekly News - Missing Friends and BMD's Part II
1901 Census
Spectacular Bog Slide at Pullyernan, Urney Parish, November 1900
Extracts from the Londonderry Journal
Newry Commercial Telegraph
Selected Australian Newspaper Announcements; New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia re. people born Co. Tyrone
Portadown Weekly News
The Strabane Morning Post 1812-1837 - Road Sessions
Scene in Strabane School - March 1927
Strabane TownHall Meeting Great Flood 1815
STRABANE VESTRY 1836 From The Strabane Morning Post
The Toronto Mirror - List of Repealers 1844
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Report on Irish Settlers to Canada
The Irish in Canada
Official Website of the County Tyrone Ireland Genealogy Research
Co. Tyrone Families Emigrating to Megantic County & Lotbiniere County, Lower Canada (Quebec), 1823-1841
William Clarke's Diary on his Emigration to New Zealand, 1879
Influence & Experiences of 19th Century Emigration from the Parish of Donagheady
Emigration Agents, Co. Tyrone, 1889
Emigration to North America from Donagheady Parish 1805-1871
Grosse Isle, Quebec Emigrants
Tyrone Emigrants Buried Grosse Isle, Quebec 1843
Immigration Deposit Journals, New South Wales, Australia 1853-1900
Emigration from Ireland
Kildress Parish Families in Consett, Co. Durham, England Area 1840-50s
Emigration to North America from Leckpatrick Parish 1805-1870
Immigrants to New England from Ireland
Various Articles: Information For Emigrants to New York and Canada 1800's
Emigrants to Pennsylvania
Emigration from the United Kingdom in 1827
Immigrants to New England from Ireland - Surnames A-D
Immigrants to New England from Ireland - Surnames E-K
Immigrants to New England from Ireland - Surnames L-Mc
Immigrants to New England from Ireland Surnames Mc
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Famine Emigrants from Strabane, Co. Tyrone & Derry, Co. Londonderry Workhouses 1851
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Death from Starvation of a Young Lad on the Roadside near Minterburn, Co. Tyrone 1847
Election of Poor Law Guardians for the Unions of Gortin & Omagh 1839
Nomination of Poor Law Guardians for the Union of Strabane, April 1840
Extracts from the Board of Guardians Minutes, Castlederg Workhouse 1845-1850
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Cookstown, Co. Tyrone, Members of the Board of Guardians 1879
Donoughmore [Castlefin], Co. Donegal Relief Committee Subscriptions, April 1847
Dungannon Poor Law Union Election of Guardians 1845
Moy, Co. Tyrone, Famine Relief Committee Acknowledgement of Donations, November 1846
Election of Poor Law Guardians of Omagh Union 1846-7
Election of Poor Law Guardians, Omagh Union, April 1853
Deportation of Famine Orphans from Omagh, Gortin & Strabane, Co. Tyrone Workhouses to Melbourne, Australia, October 1848
Pomeroy, Co. Tyrone, Famine Relief Fund, February 1847
Poor Law Union Returns, Co. Tyrone, November 1848
Poor Relief in Strabane and Neighbourhood, Cos. Tyrone & Donegal, June 1757
Strabane Poor Law Union Medical Committees 1852
Election of Poor Law Guardians for Strabane Union 1858
Strabane Union Election of Guardians, 1860
Election of Poor Law Guardinans for Strabane Union, Co. Tyrone 1869-70
Relief Committees Co. Tyrone, November 1846
Famine Relief, Co. Tyrone 1847
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Clogher Parish, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland: Householders in the Manors of Augher & Clogher - September 1831
Householders Index - Aghalurcher Parish
Householders Index - Ardstraw Parish (Part 1)
Householders Index - Artrea Parish
Householders Index - Ballinderry Parish
Householders Index - Ballyclog Parish
Householders Index - Bodoney Lower Parish (part 1 of 2)
Householders Index - Camus Parish
Householders Index - Clogher Parish (Part 1)
In the Surname Index - G is for the number of times a surname appears on the Griffith's Valuation in that parish and the T is if the surname is on the Tithe Applotment Book for the parish   Clonfeacle Parish - Part 1 (Abernethy - Evans) Clonfeacle Parish - Part 2 (Ewing - M'Ateer) Clonfeacle Parish - Part 3 (M'Avoy - Orr) Clonfeacle Parish - Part 4 (O'Toole - Young)   CLONFEACLE PARISH, (Part of)  MIDDLE DUNGANNON BARONY,  DUNGANNON PLU, COUNTY TYRONE Remainder of Parish in County Armagh Griffith's Valuation Year 1860 - Tithe Applotment Book Year 1833 NAME GV TA   NAME GV TA   NAME GV TA   Abernethy G4 T   Bull G2 T   Coyle G3 T Adams G3 T   Bullock   T   Coyne G   Agnew G T   Bunting G3 T   Craig G T Aiken G3 T   Burgess G2 T   Crawford G T Alderdyce G     Burglass   T   Cross G3 T Allen G2 T   Burns G9 T   Crothers G T Anderson G6 T   Burnside G     Cullen G10 T Armstrong G3 T   Burton G10 T   Cumberland G2   Artrey G5 T   Bulter G T   Cummins G3 T Atkinson   T   Byers   T   Cunningham G4 T Bailey G3 T   Caddoe G4 T   Curran G7 T Baker G2 T   Cadoe G7 T   Cush G3 T Ball G T   Caldwell   T   Dalton G2 T Ballintine   T   Calwell   T   Daly G24 T Bannon G     Camley   T   Darby G2 T Barber G T   Campbell G5 T   Davidson G4 T Barclay   T   Canavan G     Dawson G2 T Barcroft G4 T   Carberry G9 T   Deacon   T Barns   T   Carbra   T   Denison   T Barrett G2 T   Cardwell G2 T   Dickson G6 T Barry G3 T   Carlisle G3 T   Diffin G T Bartley G6 T   Carran G4     Dilley G T Barton   T   Carroll G T   Dillon G2 T Bates G T   Carson G3 T   Dilworth G T Baxter G2 T   Carter G     Dixon G2 T Beattie G T   Casey G9 T   Dobbin G T Beatty G2 T   Cashly   T   Dobson G6 T Beaumont G     Cassidy G6     Doherty G4 T Beaver G2 T   Caulfield G T   Donaghoe G12   Beavers G T   Cavana   T   Donaghy G T Beggs G4 T   Cavlin G T   Donaldson G T Bell G3 T   Charters   T   Dongan   T Benson   T   Clarke G8 T   Donigan   T Bently   T   Clements G     Donnelly G38 T Berry   T   Coghran   T   Donoghoe G2   Best G     Coleman G5 T   Doon G   Biars G2     Colgan G4 T   Douglas G   Black G3 T   Colhoun G4 T   Dowdall G   Blair G2     Conby   T   Dowe G   Bleaks   T   Conlan G T   Dowling   T Blemmings   T   Conlon G2 T   Downes G T Blevins G T   Conn G2     Downey G8 T Bloomer G13 T   Connolly G5 T   Doyle G3 T Boardman G T   Connor G2     Droogan G2 T Boman   T   Conroy G7 T   Duff G5 T Borrowes G     Conway   T   Duffy G T Boyd G3 T   Cooney   T   Duggan G3 T Boylan G T   Cooper G T   Dunlop G   Boyle G T   Corcoran   T   Dunn G5 T Bradley G3 T   Corcory G     Eaden G   Branagan G T   Corrin G     Earley G T Brannan G T   Corroran   T   Early G T Briars G     Corry G T   Edmondson G6 T Browne G10 T   Cotter G2 T   Edwards G2 T Bruton   T   Cotton G     Elliott G   Bryan G T   Coulter G     Ellis   T Bryars G3 T   Cowan   T   Espy   T Bryers G T   Cowser G     Evans   T  
Householders Index - Donacavey Parish (Part 1)
Householders Index - Donaghedy Parish (Part 1)
Householders Index - Kildress Parish (Part 1)
Householders Index - Killeeshil Parish
Householders Index - Kilskerry Parish (Part 1)
Householders Index - Leckpatrick Parish (Part 1)
Householders Index - Pomeroy Parish (Part 1)
Householders Index - Urney Parish (Part 1)
Householders Index - Ardstraw Parish (Part 2)
Householders Index - Ardstraw Parish (Part 3)
Householders Index - Ardstraw Parish (Part 4)
Householders Index - Bodoney Lower Parish (part 2 of 2)
Householders Index - Clogher Parish (Part 2)
Householders Index - Clogher Parish (Part 2)
Householders Index - Clogher Parish (Part 2)
In the Surname Index - G is for the number of times a surname appears on the Griffith's Valuation in that parish and the T is if the surname is on the Tithe Applotment Book for the parish   Clonfeacle Parish - Part 1 (Abernethy - Evans) Clonfeacle Parish - Part 2 (Ewing - M'Ateer)  Clonfeacle Parish - Part 3 (M'Avoy - Orr) Clonfeacle Parish - Part 4 (O'Toole - Young)   CLONFEACLE PARISH, (Part of)  MIDDLE DUNGANNON BARONY,  DUNGANNON PLU, COUNTY TYRONE Remainder of Parish in County Armagh Griffith's Valuation Year 1860 - Tithe Applotment Book Year 1833 NAME GV TA   NAME GV TA   NAME GV TA   Ewing G5 T   Grugan   T   Jeffs G3 T Eyre   T   Grumly   T   Jenkenson G T Falart G     Gubby   T   Johnston G6 T Falls G     Hadden G     Johnstone G T Farnan G     Haddock G2 T   Jordan G3   Farrell G3 T   Hagan G12 T   Joyce G T Farrelly G7 T   Hall G13 T   Judge   T Fay G T   Halliday   T   Kane G2 T Fee G2     Halligan   T   Kavanagh G13 T Feehan G T   Hamill G12     Keane G2 T Ferguson G8 T   Hamilton G8 T   Kearns   T Fernon   T   Hammil G T   Keating G2 T Fielding G T   Hammond G2 T   Keeffe G   Fierymount?   T   Hance   T   Keenan G3   Finigan G T   Handcock G T   Keery   T Finlay G T   Hanna G T   Keevy G   Finn G T   Hanson G2 T   Keilty   T Finnelly   T   Hardman   T   Keith   T Finnigan G5     Harpar G7 T   Kelly G24 T Firnan   T   Harroran   T   Kelso   T Flanagan   T   Harrington G     Kempson G3 T Fleminey   T   Hart   T   Kennedy G3 T Flemming   T   Harvey G5 T   Keown G2 T Fluker G T   Hastie G T   Kerr G23 T Flury   T   Havanagh G T   Kidd G2   Forde G2 T   Hawkins G     Kimmitt G   Forrest   T   Hay   T   King G3 T Forsythe G6 T   Hayden G T   Kirk   T Fox G18 T   Hayes G6 T   Kirkland G4 T Frazer G     Heaney G T   Kirkpatrick G2 T Freeburn   T   Heany G T   Knox G2 T French   T   Heath   T   Koughey G   Frizelle G4 T   Heather G T   Kyle G3   Fullan   T   Heatherton G T   Lappin G4   Fulton G7 T   Heatley G     Laverty G T Galbraith   T   Heaveron   T   Lavery G   Gallagher G4 T   Henderson G8 T   Lawson G3 T Gardiner   T   Henny   T   Lbright   T Garland G4     Henry G T   Lee G4 T Garvey   T   Hetherington G T   Lennon G22 T Geary G     Hezalton G3     Leslie G6 T Geff   T   Hickey G     Lipsey G   George G T   Higgins G     Little G4 T Geraghty   T   Hill G5 T   Lock G   Gettings G     Hobbs G2     Lockhart G3 T Gibson G4 T   Hobson G11 T   Loftus G   Gillespie G7 T   Hodge G2     Logan G2   Gillogly G     Holland G2 T   Long G T Gilmore G7 T   Holles G     Loughlin   T Girvan G T   Hollywood G2     Love   T Goff   T   Holmes G12 T   Loughran G19 T Goodlate   T   Horan G     Lowry G2 T Gordon G3 T   Houston G T   Lucas G3 T Graham G6 T   Hughes G69 T   Lunny G   Gray G5 T   Hume G     Lutton G   Grayburn   T   Hunter G2 T   Lynch   T Greene G2 T   Hurst G2 T   M'Aleavy G2   Greer G3 T   Hutcheson G     M'Anallen G   Greeves G     Hutton G T   M'Anally G5 T Grey G T   Hyde G     M'Anaspie G   Griffin G T   Hyne   T   M'Anulty G T Grimley G T   Irwin G7 T   M'Aray   T Groanan G     Jackson G5 T   M'Ateer   T                             Clonfeacle Parish - Part 1 (Abernethy - Evans) Clonfeacle Parish - Part 2 (Ewing - M'Ateer)  Clonfeacle Parish - Part 3 (M'Avoy - Orr) Clonfeacle Parish - Part 4 (O'Toole - Young  
Householders Index - Clonfeacle Parish - Part 3
Householders Index - Clonfeacle Parish - Part 4
Householders Index - Donacavey Parish (Part 2)
Householders Index - Donacavey Parish (Part 3)
Householders Index - Donacavey Parish (Part 4)
Householders Index - Donaghedy Parish (Part 2)
Householders Index - Donaghedy Parish (Part 3)
Householders Index - Kildress Parish (Part 2)
Householders Index - Kilskerry Parish (Part 2)
Householders Index - Leckpatrick Parish (Part 2)
Householders Index - Pomeroy Parish (Part 2)
Householders Index - Urney Parish (Part 2)
Householders Index - Urney Parish (Part 3)
maps65 pages
Townlands, Civil Parishes, Baronies & Dioceses Maps of Co. Donegal, Ireland
Parishes of Co. Tyrone
Townlands of Fivemiletown, Clogher, Ballygawley, Fintona and Auger, Barony of Clogher, Co. Tyrone Maps - 1834
Amagh Parish Map
Map of Carnteel-Aghaloo Area c. 1834
Map - Northern Ireland Tile found in Bargain Shop, Australia
Ordnance Survey Maps
Provided by Michael A Harron, MSc maharron[at]
Baronies & Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Dioceses of Co. Donegal, Ireland
Aghanunshin Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
All Saints Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Aughnish Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Mintiaghs or Barr of Inch Parish, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Burt Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Clonca Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Clondahorky Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Clondavaddog Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Clongleigh Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Clonmany Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Convoy Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Conwal Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Culdaff Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Desertegny Parish, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Donagh Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Donaghmore Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Donegal Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Drumhome Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Fahan Lower Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Fahan Upper Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Gartan Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Glencolumbkille Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Kilbarron Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Kilcar Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Killaghtee Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Killea Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Killybegs Upper Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Killybegs Lower Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Killygarvan Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Killymard Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Kilmacrenan Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Kilteevoge Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Inch Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Inishkeel Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Inishmacsaint Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Inver Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Leck Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Lettermacaward Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Mevagh Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Moville Lower Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal
Moville Upper Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Muff Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Raphoe Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Raymoghy (aka Rye) Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Raymunterdoney Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Stranorlar Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Raphoe North Barony Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Templecarn Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Templecrone Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Tullaghobegley Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Tullyfern (aka Tullyaughnish) Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Urney Parish Townlands, Co. Donegal, Ireland
townlands2 pages
Townlands of Parishes in County Tyrone - Explanation & Instructions
Townlands of Parishes in County Tyrone
images43 pages
schools35 pages
Schools in Co. Tyrone
List of Schools in Co. Tyrone
County Tyrone Schools & Their Patrons
  Schools in Co Tyrone
Ardstraw Parish Education 1780-1860
Ballygawley (Number 2) School
Ballylaw School, Leckpatrick Parish
Cappagh Parish Education, 1820s
Public Examination at Castlefin School, Donaghmore Parish, Co. Donegal, 1822
Castlemellon Public Elementary School, Donagheady Parish
Cavanacaw National School
Cloughcor National School, Leckpatrick National School & Artigarvan Photos
Clogher School
Deaf, Dumb & Blind Students 1886-1895, Belfast
Donagheady Parish Education, 1836
Donagheady Parish Schools 1836
Donaghmore National School
Royal Schools Dungannon (A Description)
Educational Awards - 1870
Fivemiletown National (Male) School, Clogher Parish - Examinations September 1846
Orritor School, Kildress Parish
Killyman School, Killyman Parish
Knocknaroy Public Elementary School, Mullycar, Dungannon, Aghaloo Parish
Evacuees at Leckpatrick National School (The Glebe School) 16 Sep 1940 to 10 Feb 1945
Leckpatrick National School School Registers (Glebe School) 1874 - 1950
Leckpatrick National School School Registers, (Glebe School) 1874 – 1950
Loughans School, Leckpatrick Parish, Co. Tyrone
Kennedy - Cary Papers Loughash National Model Agricultural School
Loughash National Model Agricultural School, Donagheady Parish
Moy School, Clonfeacle Parish, Co. Tyrone, Examination Results 1808
National Schools in Omagh District, 1863
Omagh & Drumragh Education, 1834
School Extracts in Strabane
Showerflood National School
Unagh National School, Lissan Parish, Cookstown & the Lane Family
tombstones5 pages
Submitted by Stephen Gard sdgard[at]
Alice Catherine Fleming - daughter of Hans Fleming, M.D., Omagh & wife of Rev. Robert Stuart O’Loughlin place
Fleming Graves - Drumragh Graveyard, Omagh place
Greer Gravestones, Omagh
Submitted by Robert Rankin rankin2010[at]
towns2 pages
Campsie House, Omagh - 1904
Campsie House, Omagh - 1942
images2 pages
Official Website of the County Tyrone Ireland Genealogy Research
Official Website of the County Tyrone Ireland Genealogy Research
funeral2 pages
W. H. & D. F. O'Neil Funeral Home Records, Pawtucket, Rhode Island
The Funeral of Bridget O'Neill, Creduff, Castlederg, November 1899
obits12 pages
Rev. Irvine Johnston Obituary
Rev. Joseph Love Obituary Notes
James Latimore, Westmoreland Co., PA - 1927
Sir Thomas Maclear, F.R.S., Astronomer Royal, 1879
George M'Cahon Obituary Notes
The Funeral of Robinson McIlroy, formerly of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, Died Larne, Co. Antrim January 1889
Official Website of the County Tyrone Ireland Genealogy Research
Anne Perry (nee Browne) of Urney Parish, Cos. Tyrone & Donegal Died 1891
Death of Samuel Perry, Cloughfin, Urney Parish, October 1900
Rev. James Steen Obituary Notes
Various Obituaries of People Born in Tyrone
Page created by Jim McKane
deeds4 pages
Deed: Gage & McCausland to Spence, Gortnamuck, Co. Donegal. Ireland 1756
Aghaloe Parish Deed Abstracts
Memorial Galbraith to O'Hara dated 16th and 17th May 1715
Memorial - John Galbraith, Roscavey, Clogherny Parish, Co. Tyrone to Arthur Galbraith, Dublin, Dated 7th & 8th March 1739
flax12 pages
On Flax & Bleach Greens
Aghaloo Parish Tyrone Flax seed entitlement 1796
Spinning Wheel Bounty Lists (Flaxseed Premiums), Ardstraw Parish - 1796
Artea Parish Tyrone Flax seed entitlement 1796
Spinning Wheel Bounty Lists (Flaxseed Premiums), Camus Parish - 1796
Spinning Wheel Bounty Lists (Flax Seed Premiums), Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1796
Spinning Wheel Bounty List (Flaxseed Premiums), Donaghenry Parish - 1796
Spinning Wheel List (Flaxseed Premiums) Drumragh Parish - 1796
Spinning Wheel Bounty Lists (Flax Seed Premiums) Arigle [Errigal Keerogue], Co. Tyrone 1796
Spinning Wheel Bounty Lists (Flaxseed Premiums), Leckpatrick Parish - 1796
Spinning Wheel Bounty List (Flax Seed Premiums), Lissan Parish - 1796
Spinning Wheel Bounty Lists (Flaxseed Premiums), Urney Parish - 1796
letter20 pages
A Piece of Tyrone in Canada
Sarah Baxter Letter from Minister at Sandholes Presbyterian
Letters to Alexander (CONN) of Gortanewry Co. Tyrone brother of Jane SMYTH
Letter from Tyrone to the Lowry Family, Aroostook Co., Maine, USA - August 16, 1885
Letter Sent to Lowry family of Aroostook County, Maine, USA
Letter from Bessie Edmonds, Tullygarvin, Sandholes to her aunt Jane Spencer (nee McLaughlin), Australia 1897
Letter from R. Fulton, Ballylay, Leckpatrick - My Travels Through America: April 1893
Arthur Gourley - Letter 1895
Transcribed & Submitted by Kristine Ann Harper Bowers krisahb[at]
JOHNSON LETTERS from Cookstown to Canada, 1877
Letter from Peggy Logan, Carrickmore to her daughters, Margaret Mary and Francis, Philadelphia, USA - 1847
Letters from Kildress Written to John Loughran, Larksville, PA 1879-80
Letter from Charles McLaughlin, Donneydade to Seaton McLaughlin, New Zealand 1881
Letters from Dungannon, Co. Tyrone to David William Seaton McLaughlin [1879 - 1962] of Dunsandel, Canterbury, New Zealand, 1958
Letter from JANE MOORE, Drumlegah to sons John and William
Letters to Patrick Mullen in America from his brother Tobias & father James
Letter of Commendation Issued to Edward Rice by the Rev. George Cope, Rector, and Church Wardens of Killyman Parish, Co. Tyrone, upon his leaving for the American Colonies 1736
Letter from Ann Jane Thomson (nee Robinson) to Beria Robinson 1871, New Zealand
Letter to James SPROUL from Elizy SMITH (nee LOVE)
dissenter1 page
Petition of Protestant Dissenters of Strabane Town and Neighbourhood 1775
poems11 pages
An Ardboe Fisherman
Ballad of Mary Neill
The Ballad of the Cork Leg
Residents of Donemana & District
An Emigrant's Daughter
Evacuated to a Farm 1940
The Irish Emigrants
Poems and Songs of Tyrone
Waterside Poem
We are Called!
research7 pages
Microfilm Numbers for: Histories, Pedigrees, Parish Registers, Probates & Orphan's Court Records
Periodicals, Journals & Magazines
Books Available For Co. Tyrone Research
Micro-Films Available at the LDS (Latter Day Saints) Library
Roots in Ulster Soil
videos1 page
Family History Workshops - Video
family9 pages
Fleming Boys - 1902
Flemings and friends - 1937 “Staying with Winnie for the tennis” Coneywarren, Omagh
Fleming, Kelly, Bassett Photo Taken in the Revolving Summerhouse, Campsie House, Omagh - 1942
Percy Beresford Fleming - 1942 Became High Sheriff, Co. of Tyrone, 1947 Coneywarren, Omagh
Medal Awarded to James Greer - 1828
Transcribed & Submitted by Collin Udell Collin.O'ConnorUdell[at]
Transcribed & Submitted by Nicholas L. Clark
Samuel Joseph Mearns & Family
Transcribed & Submitted by Margaret Ritchie d.ritchie785[at]
images5 pages
photos_who6 pages
Elizabeth or Jane Armstrong
Submitted by Naomi Kirkpatrick naomi.kirkpatrick[at]
Dunn Family Ladies & Child Who Are They?
Page Created by Jim McKane from text written by Geoff Jackson wendyprods[at]
Great-grandmother Johnson/Johnston?? (nee Thompson??) & Her Son Omagh
Old Church This photo was taken c.1942 by Tony Fleming's father. Although it is labelled as Old St Columba's Church, Omagh, that is believed to be incorrect!
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