County Tyrone

County Tyrone, Tír Eoghain in Irish, is one of the six counties of Northern Ireland and is reknowned as one of the most beautiful inland counties. We have a population of almost 178,000 and our county town is Omagh. We look forward to helping you connect with your ancestors’ place of origin.

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1817 Group Members 368 Ancestors 17 Buildings 17 Timeline Events

Buildings from County Tyrone

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The church my father’s family attended.
Presbyterian Church, Sandholes
Silas Purvis' home in Arboe, Tyrone, Northern Ireland- also home of Thomas Purvis and Richard Purvis
The Silas Purvis home
circa 1922 with "B Specials" outside
Belfast Bank STRABANE
circa 1837 ©OPW geohive.ie
Loughmacrory Lodge
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Joseph Lyons of Killyclogher, Cappagh 17 Jan 2022 17:13
Joesph William Nelson (c.1864, Kilskeery, Co Tyrone - 24 August 1933, Kawakawa, New Zealand) 27 Dec 2021 3:21
Patrick McGee 21 Dec 2021 23:02
Family history question - McKenna / McGuigan 30 Oct 2021 9:15

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