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"Armagh, a county of Ireland, in the province of Ulster, 32 m. long and 19 broad; bounded E by Down, W by Tyrone and Monaghan, N by Lough Neagh, and S by Lough. It contains 5 baronies, 20 parishes, about 291,000 acres, 37,714 houses, and 196,577 inhabitants, and sends two members to parliament. The soil is in general rich and productive, but a hilly tract called the Fews is barren. Some good marble is found in this county; and the linen manufacture flourishes in all its branches. The only river of consequence is the Blackwater, which separates it from Tyrone."
[From The New London Gazetteer (1826)]

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Description and Travel


  • Armagh Diocesan Archives -- Diocesan Secretary, Arna Coeli, Armagh, Co. Armagh
  • Irish Times - Armagh Genealogical Resources - an excellent guide
  • Armagh - Fianna's county page
  • Automated Armagh Query Page
  • NIR - County Armagh - Information and resources
  • County Armagh Genealogy - Armagh Ancestry
  • County Armagh - Ireland Genealogical Projects site
  • WorldGenWeb-Ireland-Armagh
  • On-line Irish Names Research Directory - surname listing for this county Heritage Centre:
  • Local Armagh Post - a bulletin board used mainly for genealogy (Click on the Armagh link in        the table).
  • Periodicals



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    Edited by Brian Randell and updated 02 July 2004 by Richard White.

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