Clogherny (County Tyrone)

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Griffiths Valuation of Ireland - Clogherny, County Tyrone

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About Cloghenry

Its in the area around Omagh and has population of 6785. There are fairs once a month on a Monday, there is also another town that holds fairs and that is the town of Seskinbore, and lot of farmers go there to put up livestock for sale.

The church is called Beregh and forms part of the extensive parish. The old ruins of Donaghaneigh church lies about 1 mile from Bergh and belongs to the Bishop of Clogher.


The 1821 - 1851 census were almost all destroyed by fire. The 1861 - 1891 census were destroyed by the Government. Full details fo the 1901 - 1911 census can be found free of charge on line on the National Archives of Ireland website.


The parish is situated on the Dungannon to Omagh and is highly cultivated. There is a live stock fair held on the first Monday of every month.

The parochial school is situated hear the church and was built by the inhabitants at cost of ᆪ800. The ruins of the old church of Donaghaneigh can be found about a mile from the present church which belongs to the Bishop of Clogher/

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