The Local Studies Department is the primary resource for local history research in County Tipperary for historians and enthusiasts. It has a dedicated reading room with modern research facilities.
1846, Addin or Turtilla, Ballincara, Ballindigney, Ballycarrin, Ballyhane, Ballylisheen, Barnagore, Boherlodea, Clashbeg, Cooneen, Counanagalogue, Curraghaneddy, Curraghgraigue, Curroughleigh, Dolla, Famine, Foylenamuck, Garryglass, Gurthacummer, Happy Grove, High Street, Jordansquarter, Kileneshellane, Killeen, Killenave, Kilriffet, Knockacapple, Knockatageen, Knockavouga, Knockmeal, Lisorive, Longjohn’s Hill, Loughane, Mill Brook, Moherareigh, Monaquill, Nenagh PLU, Phea, Pole-in-Ormond, Property, Riverfield, Shanagurth, Taxation, Traverston and part of Pole-in-Ormond, Tullamoylan, Tureen, Valuation, Windy gap
1850, Ballinaclough, Ballindigney, Ballinenagh, Ballygasheen, Ballygivan, Ballylisheen, Ballynaclough, Clonmore, Coolough, Grallagh, Jordansquarter, Kerane, Kilebeg, Kilnashanally, Kilriffet, Knocklmeal, Monaquill, Nenagh PLU, Pollanorman, Property, Sragh, Taxation, Tullamoylin, Valuation
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