Census of Ireland 1891: Area, Population and Number of Houses; Occupations, Religion and Education volume III, Province of Ulster

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882 CENSUS OF IRELAND FOE THE YEAR 1891. 
[Province of Ulster. 

AREA, HOUSES, ^ Table VII.—Area, 
Houses, Out-offices and Farm-steadings, and Population, together with the 

Baronies, Parishes, Townlands, and 

Towns. 

OMAGH, BAST, BABONY—continued. 
Oappagh P., 
pt. 
of—con. 
Garvaghy Townland, Lisahoppin „ Lisboy „ Lislea „ Eecarson „ 

Omagh Town, part of, (b) 

Total, . 

OLOGHEENT PAEISH Aghnagar Annagh Ballyhallaghan Ballykeel Beagh Ologherny Glebe, Lower, Clogherny Glebe, Upper, Ooolesker Ourr Dervaghroy Donaghanie Eskermore Gortaclara Kilcam Killadroy Laragh Legacurry Letfern Moylagh Mullaghmore Mullaghslin Glebe Badergan Kanelly Karone Haw Roseavey Seskinore Tattykeeran Tullyheeran Tullyrush Usnagh Beragh Town, Seskinore Town, . 

Total of Parish, 

DONACAYEY P., 
pt. 
of : (k) Aghadreenan Townland, Attaghmore „ Baronagh „ Cavan „ Cranny „ Dunnamona „ Edenafogry „ Fallaghearn (a) The decrease was attributed to the taking down of "cottier" houses since 1871. 

, . 
, , , . 
100t . 
j.-^ 
j.„_l£m(1 
nf Tattvkeel, Driunrag (a1) The enumerator reports that some houses, &c, which properly belonged to this townland, were included m 1881 in the townianci oi xd,uuy parish, see p. 
885, „,.._. 
TT-nner seep. 
$01. 
Tfl 

(b) i The remainder of the town of Omagh is in the parish of Drumragh, see p. 
886; and in the parish of Cappagh, barony of Straoane, upi«i, portion stands on the townland of Campsie. 
For the entire town see Table V., 
p. 
854. 
. 
_ „ + fA 

(c) The increase was attributed in 1881 to a number of houses having been built and occupied since 1871. 

. 
„.,.,. 
v?£. 
+•„„ (e) This amount includes the valuation of the town of Beragh. 
(/) The decrease is attributed to emigration tow"nland. 
(g) The decrease is attributed to emigration and removals. 
(h) The decrease is attributed to the removal of labourers irom uu (i) The town of Beragh stands on the townland of same name ; its estimated area is 17 acres. 

, „ . 
. 
TO.in-f.-h 
it stood. 
SeeNC« (j) Seskinore, not containing 20 inhabited houses, has, as in 1861, 1871,and 1881, been included with the townland of Seskinore, on wnicux^ at head of Table VII., 
p. 
859. 

(7c) The remainder of the parish of Donacavey is in the barony of Ologher, see p. 
862 ; the entire parish contains 5,634 persons.