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Please NOTE! Additional materials for this county will be found in the Irish Resources page, which has documents and publications covering all of Ireland.

County Tyrone was known in ancient times as Cineal Eoghain but was often called Tyr-Owen, from which the name is derived. This was the territory of the O'Nial or O'Neill clan, arguably the most powerful of the Ulster clans. Lesser clans or septs included O'Cahan, O'Quinney, O'Lunney, O'Mellan, O'Henry, McShane, McNamee, O'Devlin, O'Hagan, O'Quinn, O'Hamil, McGinity, McGilmartin, O'Donnelly, O'Murphy, O'Laverty, O'Corry, Hayes, and McCreehan.

25 Most Common Names in Tyrone: Donnelly Quinn Kelly Campbell Devlin Hamilton McKenna Hughes Wilson McCullagh Johnston Loughran Danaghy McLoughlin Mullen Moore Irwin Hagan McFarland Smith Stewart Morris Graham Browne McCann.

Tyrone Publications

{The following publication is available on microfiche - if you do not have a fiche reader, contact your local library, they probably have one you may use (often with print capabilities as well). Click here for further information on placing an order.}

INDEXES TO IRISH WILLS (5 Volumes), Phillimore and Thrift 1909/1920
Volume V (Derry, Donegal and part Tyrone) 2 fiche.

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