County Tyrone lies in the middle of the Province of Ulster and is the largest county within Northern Ireland. It is bounded on the east by Lough Neagh, the largest lake in Ireland, on the north-east by Co. Londonderry, on the north-west by Co. Donegal, on the south-west by Co. Fermanagh, on the south by Co. Monaghan and on the south-east by Co. Armagh. The county has been inhabited for over 6,000 years and has links with St. Patrick. It was created a county in 1585.
This 54 page A5 booklet has been compiled to assist those researching their families in County Tyrone. We have identified the types of records that are available and where they can be found, with reference numbers where applicable.