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Ireland: County Tyrone Genealogy & Family History

by Michael C. O'Laughlin

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This is the collection of County Tyrone Genealogy and family history notes from the IGF library (2002). Part of the 28 volume set on Irish Families. It includes an extract of a 17th century census substitute for Tyrone (the Civil Survey for Co. Tyrone), County Map, listing of modern parishes, plus coats of arms of families in Tyrone taken from the Irish Book of Arms, many in original rough condition as found. Source section gives you the address and location of records for more research in Ireland. Includes local sources in the county itself. Many families are noted and pinpointed as to location, most are only mentioned in passing.

Among the most numerous families here in the 19th century were: Quinn.....Quine.....Quinne Mullan.....Mullen.....Mullens...... Kelly.....Kelley.....Kellie Donnelly.....Donnelley.....Donelly .......Gallagher.....Gallaher.....Galagher McKenna.....MacKenna.....McKena Campbell.....Cambell.....Camble Hughes.....Hughs .......Wilson.....Willson.....Wilsone McLaughlin.....McLoughlin.....Laughlin .......O'Neill.....Neale.....Neill Doherty.....Dougherty.....Daugherty .......Smith.....Smythe.....Smyth Hamilton.....Hamiltone.....Hamelton ....

54 helpful pages in all, full size 8 1/2 x 11, heavier parchement cover, spiral bound to lay flat easily, illustrated, ....a must for any collection that includes Co. Tyrone...This booklet will help trace your family in County Tyrone, complete with hands on records for a running start on your search. (It is not a gigantic collection of family histories, although some family history is included)

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