County of Tyrone.]
CENSUS OF IRELAND FOR THE YEAR 1891.
7 in Hon of each Barony, Parish, TOWNLAND, and TOWNSHIP of the Comity of Tyrone in IMl-contmued.
baronies, "Parishes, Townlands, and Towns.
DUNGANNON, MIDDLE, BABONY— continued.
TuHyleek Townland, Tullynure »
Ballysaggart Town, .
Oastlecaulfleld „ Donaghmore „ Drmnreany „ Granville »
Total of Parish,'
,, mn ^^wes n has not previously been separately returned.
(a) The town of Ballysaggart stands on the townland of the same name, and has an estimated ar-a oia^ •
W The town of Castleca-ulfleld stands on the townland of Drumreany; its estimated area is 17acres
orpa 0) The town of Donaghmore stands on the townland of same name ; its estimated area is13 acres.
It has aIl estimated area of A acres.
The town of Drumreany, which has not previously been separately returned, stands on tne towniana oi (<0 The town of Granville stands on the townland of Derry veen; its estimated area is 5 acres.
amount includes the valuation of Dungannon town.
01) See note (f).
(e) Including inmates ot Dungannon Union Workhouse.
(T) r/1niiV^ease ia attributed to removals.
, $ The decrease is attributed to emigration owing to the failure of a coal mine.
rfJ,mtSw of Drumcoo ; its estimated area is 230 acres.
(0 The decrease is attributed to emigration.
U) The town of Dungannon stands on the townidn yf) Including inmates of Dungannon Bridewell.
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+1,_ p-ntire uarish contains 3,460 persons.
^_„ 0) The remainder of the parish of Killyman is in the "barony of OneiUand, West, County of Armagh, the entire uau 5 T 2 PART I.—VOL.