Tyrone

[Parliament of Ireland constituency] Tyrone was a constituency represented in the Irish House of Commons until 1800. ==Members of Parliament== ===1613–1801=== == ...
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Tyrone

former (until 1973) county, Northern Ireland. It was bounded by the former counties of Londonderry (north) and Fermanagh and Monaghan (south), and ... [1 related articles]
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Tyrone

Historic county of Northern Ireland; area 3,160 sq km/1,220 sq mi. The county is largely rural, and still contains evidence of the once-flourishing linen industry. The principal towns and cities are Omagh, Dungannon, Strabane, and Cookstown. Lough Neagh is in the east and the Sperrin Mountains in the north. The main rivers are the Derg,...
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Tyrone

Tyrone is an English name for boys. The meaning is `Owen`s county` The name Tyrone is most commonly given to American boys. The name sounds like: Teron, Taron See also: Kyrone, Tyrus
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Tyrone

Tyrone, former county, Northern Ireland. In 1973 it was divided into the districts of Strabane, Omagh, Dungannon, and part of the Cookstown district.
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