Carnteel (County Tyrone)
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Griffiths Valuation of Ireland - Carnteel, County Tyrone
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It would be a small parish situated on the south east district of the county. Aughnocloy would range in the parish itself and has a total population of 7459. The river Blackwater runs through the town. In this region there is 12 districts. The land is well taken care of by the community. The northern part of Carnteel is mountainous which has a bit of bog. There is also will known rock such as Limestone and Freestone.
The 1821 - 1851 census returns were almost all destroyed by fire. The 1861 - 1891 census returns were destroyed by the Government. The 1901 - 1911 census returns can be found free of charge on the National Archives of Ireland website.
In 1641 during the war the parish was visited by contending parties and the church was destroyerd, vestiges of the church may be traced in the ancient cemetery close to the village. In 1736 the church at Aughnacloy was built replacing the church at Aghaloo.
Fairs are held on the first Wednesday of every month consisting of cattle and horses.
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