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Annaghmore, County Tyrone


Ir. Eanach Mór 'great marsh or bog'


The townland of Annaghmore lies one mile south-east of Coalisland, west of Annaghnaboe. The earliest reference is Annaghmore in 1609. It is not noticeably boggy there now but in its south-west corner there is an area named THE MOOR from which is named THE MOOR BRIDGE and the MOOR ROAD, as well as the small housing developments MOOR GARDENS and MOOR VILLAS. There are no fewer than twenty-four Irish townlands named Annaghmore or Annagh More, including Annaghmore in the parish of Arboe and Annaghmore in the parish of Duneane which borders Lough Neagh a short distance south of Toome.


McKay, P and Muhr, K. 'Lough Neagh Places: Their names and origins' (2007:92)

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Historical name form

Old FormRef. DateReference
(?)Críoch thothach airdríogh Eanaigh (verse)1581cLCABuidhe 105 ix l.109
Annaghmore1609Esch. Co. Map 5.26
Annaghmore1612CPR Jas I 207a
Anaghmore1615CPR Jas I 274
Anaghmore1615CPR Jas I 274a
Anaghmore1619CPR Jas I 407a,407b
Anaghmore1620CPR Jas I 478b
Annaghmore1633Inq. Ult. (Tyrone) $40 Car. I
Annaghmore td1655cCiv. Surv. 249
Annaghmore td1655cCiv. Surv. p.249
Annaghmore1661BSD 191
Anaghmor1664HMR Tyr. (1) 10
Anaghmor1664HMR Tyr. (1) 10
Anaghmor1666HMR Tyr. (2) 240
Anahmor1666HMR Tyr. (2) 227
Anahmore1666HMR Tyr. (2) (DOD 25)
Annaghmore1834cBnd. Sur. (OSNB) 20
~Eanach Mor1835cJ O'D (OSNB) 20
~Eanach Mor ""great marsh""1936TNCT 45
An tEanach Mór ""the big marsh""2003PNP talk PMcK/Omagh DC
Dungannon Middle
Parish in 1851
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