Glenarb townland, parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone (1836)

Title: Map of Glenarb Townland (1836). Source: Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland. OSNI Historical First Edition (1832–1846). Digital image online at https://appps2.spatialni.gov.uk; accessible via the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland’s "PRONI Historical Maps Viewer" (accessed by Alison Kilpatrick, 2019-06-03). Adapted to enhance the clarity of the image, and to point out the river Blackwater on the eastern boundary of Glenarb townland, name the neighbouring townlands, and identify the location of the hosue occupied by James Huggins (c.1776–1860) in the southeastern portion of the townland. © Alison Kilpatrick 2019. All rights reserved. Please cite your sources.

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Map of Glenarb Townland (1836).
Source: Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland. OSNI Historical First Edition
(1832–1846). Digital image online at https://appps2.spatialni.gov.uk;
accessible via the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland’s
"PRONI Historical Maps Viewer" (accessed by Alison Kilpatrick, 2019-06-03). Adapted by A. Kilpatrick to enhance the clarity of the image,
and to point out the river Blackwater on the eastern boundary,
provide labels for the neighbouring townlands,
and identify the location of the house occupied by James Huggins
in the southeastern portion of the townland.
© Alison Kilpatrick 2019. All rights reserved.

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