Clonoe, County Tyrone

Parish and Village (Clonoe Civil Parish)

[Map]: Map showing the location of County Tyrone in Ireland
[Map]: Map showing the location of Clonoe in County Tyrone, Ireland

Description of Clonoe:

CLONOE a parish, in the barony of DUNGANNON, county of TYRONE, and province of ULSTER, 2 miles (S. By E.) from Stewartstown, on the road to Lurgan; containing 5555 inhabitants, and comprising, according to the Ordnance survey, 12,070.75 statute acres, of which 29.5 are part of the Blackwater, and 2940.75 are part of Lough Neagh (called Washing bay), by which the parish is bounded on the east. A large tract of marshy ground and bog extends from the shore of the lough to the Blackwater, and the remainder is good arable and pasture land.

The church is a small ancient edifice; it was repaired in 1699. The R. C. Parish is co-extensive with that of the Established Church; there are two chapels, one at Clonoe and one at Mountjoy; the latter was built in 1835.

…Extracts from The Samuel Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland 1837 (transcribed by Mel Lockie).


The 1821 - 1851 census returns for Ireland were almost all destroyed in a fire, whereas the 1861 - 1891 census returns were destroyed by the government. However, full details from the 1901 & 1911 Census returns are available (and fully-searchable free-of-charge) on-line on the National Archives of Ireland website.

Townlands, Villages, & Towns of Clonoe Parish

This is a list of the settlements listed in the GENUKI Gazetteer as being within Clonoe Civil Parish, with links to the relevent GENUKI Town/Village page where available. Many places straddle parish boundaries, in which case they may be listed under each parish.

Anagher Townland
Annaghmore Townland
Annaghnaboe Townland
Aughagalla Townland
Aughagranna Townland
Aughamullan Townland
Aughrimderg Townland
Ballybeg Townland
Ballygittle Townland
Clintycracken Townland
Cloghog Townland
CLONOE Parish and Village
Coole Townland
DERNAGH Village and Townland
Derryloughan Townland
Derrytresk Townland
Drummurrer Townland
Glebe Farm Townland
Gortnaglogh Townland
Killary Glebe Townland
KILLEEN Village and Townland
Lenadremnagh Townland
Lisaclare Townland
Lisnastrane Townland
Magheralamfield Townland
Magheramulkenny Townland
Meenagh Townland
Mousetown Townland
Shanliss Lower Townland
Shanliss Upper Townland
Tumpher Townland

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Churches & Cemeteries:

The following places of worship and burial are listed in the GENUKI Church & Cemetery Database.

Brockagh: Roman Catholic, St Brigit
Dernagh: Roman Catholic, St Patrick
Killary Glebe: Church of Ireland, St Michael
Kingsisland: Roman Catholic, St Columcille

Use these links to view all NEARBY churches & cemeteries listed in the GENUKI Church Database (irrespective of the Parish), AS A LIST or MARKED ON A MAP.

Surnames interests for Clonoe

If you have ancestors who lived in Clonoe and you have your family history on a website, then we'd be happy to list their surnames here with a link back to your web site. Please note, we won't publish email links, as that would inevitably result in you eventually getting spam emails.

Strays from Clonoe in Ships' Passenger Lists

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This place is located near to Lat/Lon 54.534142/-6.672134, which you can view on this selection of on-line maps:

Detailed 19th century Ordnance Survey maps for the whole of County Tyrone (at 6 inches to the mile), are available to view at the British Library in London (Reader Ticket needed) and on-line via the OSI Website.

Links to Geotagged Photographs:


A special thanks to the following people who have contributed information for this page: Mel Lockie. If you can tell us any of the information currently missing from this page, then we'd love to hear from you. You can get in-touch by using the 'contribute information' link at the bottom of this page.

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