County Tyrone Ireland - Antique Map - 1837
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Taken from: "Lewis's Atlas, comprising
the Counties of Ireland"
Published in London by S. Lewis & Co. 87 Aldersgate Street 27th of September 1837.
Original map image size is approx. 200 x 250mm
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This map was made in 1837, just 10 years before the disaster of the "Great Famine" in 1847. 1837 is a particularly significant time in Ireland's history at the period of the historically highest population and immediately prior to the great exodus of Ireland's population - mainly to the USA, the UK, Canada or Australia.
Places marked include:
Districts - Clogher, Dungannon, Omagh, Strabane
Town, Villages, Settlements - Donagheady, Leekpatrick, Dunnamanagh, Strabane, Clady, Camus, Urney, Upper Badony, Ardstraw Bridge, Ardstraw, Castlederg, Newtown Stewart, Gortin, Tullycar, Termonamongan, Killeter, Kildness, Cookstown, Coagh, Drumquin, Cappagh, Mountfield, Termonmaguirk, Langfield, Omagh, Clogherny, Desertcreight, Donaghenny, Ballyclog, Stewarts Town, Drumnagh, Beragh, Six Mile Cross, Coal Island, Donaghmore, Tullaniskan, Clonoe, Washing Bay, Drumglass, Dromore, Fintona, Newtownsaville, Errigal, Killeeshill, Castlecaulfield, Dungannon, Donacavey, Ballygawley, Keerogue, Derrygortrevy, Kilskeery, Augher, Carnteel, Moy, Clogher, Portclare, Aughnacloy, Battleford, Benburb, Five Mile Town, Aghalurcher, Aghaloo, CaledonCounty Tyrone statistics
|Area (km² )||Population 1841||Density per km² 1841||Population 2011||Density per km² 2011|
Change 1841 to 2011: 133,956 / 43% decrease
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