County of Tyrone,] CENSUS OF IRELAND FOR THE YEAR 1891.
0j> POPULATION ,
Valuation of each Barony, Parish, TOWNLAND, and TOWNSHIP of the County of Tyrone in 1891-continued^
Baronies, Parishes, Xownlands, aÂ»d
STRABANE, LOWER, BABONY--fsoÂ»-Jtatt*ri!.
Gortcrum (Scotch) â€ž Grepbrae Grajnlaw SotyP1 " geenaghan â€ž KiUynagbt Knookanbrack Knookinarvoer Knocknahorna
Lagavittal Leckpatrick Liscurry Lisdoo Loughugas Maccyackens MilUown OwÂ«nreagh J?ollocksliown
Pullateebee BoundJijU SilverhUJ Stonypath Strabana Bog Stranisk Townparks Tullyard "Woodend
Ballymagorry Town, (c) Strabane Township,
Total of Parish,
TJ-RNET PAEISH, pt.
00 JSacktown Townland, Ballycolman â€ž Ballyfatten â€ž Bellspark â€ž Oarricklee â€ž Carrickone Castletown Olady Donnygowen Drumeagle Plushtown Port-town Gallany Glebe Glebe (Old) Glentimon Glentown Gortlogher (a) Now included in Strabane township.
(a1) 00 Including inmates of Strabane Union "Workhouse.
, , -Rarrps -, â€ž n^s nmnln+.inn
=see Tatle Y 0) The town of Ballymagorry stands on the townland of the same name; its estimated area is 8 acres.
e &T^ houses, and population, see J-aoie .,
(d) The remainder of the township of Strabane is in the parishes of Oamus and Urney, see pp.
Tinn^l â€¢ the entire parish P.
See also note (/), page 894.
A ^ _ , â€ž, OT1 fl ,-+ie barony of Eaphoe, South, Oounty of Donegal, the entire pansn (e) The remainder of the parish of Urney is in the barony of Omagh, West, see p.
891, and m the barony oi v 00naTslfn5o^rp.898.
(g) This amount includes the valuation of a portion of tho town of Olady.
belonged to the townland of Glebe (Old), were returned in Glebe m 1881.
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The decrease is attributed to removals owing to the death of an employer.