CENSUS OF IRELAND FOR THE YEAR 1891.
, County of Tyrone.]
I AND POPULATION.
Valuation of each Barony, Parish, TOWNLAND, and TOWNSHIP of the County of Tyrone in 1S91â€”continued.
Baronies, Parishes, Townlands, and
DUNGANNON, MIDDLE, BARONYâ€”continued.
Finnelly Townland, Garvaghy Â» Gorestown ,, Gort Gortmerron Â» Grange Â» Killybrackcn Kilnacart Kilnagrew Knockarogan Glebe Knocknacloy Legilly Lisbancamey Lisbanlemncigh Lisdcrmot lisduff Lisgobban Lismulrevy Lisnacloy Lisroan Lissan Listamlct Mossmore Moy Hoyard Moygashel Mnlboy MXulaghboy â€ž
Miillaghdaly â€ž Mullaghlongflold â€ž Mnllaghmossog Glebe,, Mullybrannon â€ž Mullyear â€ž Mullycarnan â€ž Roan Sanaghanroc Sessiamagaroll Reyloran Slianmoy Staugmore (Knox) Stangmore (Magre) Stiloga Syerla Terry glassog Terryscollop Toborniesson Glebe Tullydowey Tullygiven Tiulygoney Tullylearn Turleenan Tyhan
Benburb Town, .
0) MÂ°y â€ž .
(f) Moygashel .
9,711 I 8,492 | 7,294 j 6,163 13,047 13,116 S 22,230 8 0
(Â«) See note (/).
to The increase was attributed to the erection of houses for the accominototion ot womerh (d) The town of Benburb stands on the townland of the same name; its n^^^^^a-with "Ehe townland of Tullydowey on which it stood.
, 00 Olonfeacle, not containing 20 inhabited houses, has, as m 1861,1871, and 1881,,*'e?Â£iÂ£faÂ£dof
the same name ; its estimated area.is
43 acres, head of Table VII.,
(/) The town of Moy stands on the t^naÂ°i includod n has m estimated area of 3 acres.
(0) Tho town of Moygashel stands on the townland of the same name, m which its vaiua-uon.