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.
1845, Athshanbohy, Ballaboy, Banquet Hill, Birch Hill, Cappacloha, Cappaghinaleigh, Cappaghnaleigh, Cappaghnavale, Carhoe, Carroughdhuree, Coogy, Coumbeg, Cummageha, Cummer Armstrong, Drumminaduree, Drummore, Famine, Finahagh, Finahy, Foilnacannina, Foilnamon, Garranakilkoo, Glanbeg, Glanfinshina, Glaninchinaveigh, Gracefield, Graunnerha, Grousehall, Gurtatooder, Gurtharinee, Gurthbrack, Gurtheendyhy, Gurthkelly, Gurthnara, Gurtnahalla, Gurtnaskaha, Kilcommon, Knockalough, Knockanamauroo, Knockanamorou, Knockane, Knockcorraboula, Knockmekill, Knocknakilla, Knockturroe, Knucknumarow, Laffans folly, Moakland, Moher, Mokeland, Newton, Property, Reaskahagh, Rock, Rossoulty, Ruan, Sheavri, Sheskin, Taxation, Thourfillough, Thurles PLU, Upper Moher, Valuation
Ballinahow, Ballycahill, Ballynahow, Ballyoughter, Barracurragh, Birch Hill, Castlefogarty, Clareen, Cooldotia, Coolkill, Crossoge, Drumminagleagh, Farneybridge Hill, Garrynamona, Garryvanus, Lisnasella, Moneydass, Mountalt, Mountsion, Newtown, Poor Laws, Property, Roskeen North, Rosmult, Taxation, Thurles PLU, Valuation
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