Baronies

Although baronies don't exist anymore, a barony was an administrative area that survived from feudal times to the 19th century and is mid-way in size between a county and a parish.

There were 59 baronies

There were 59 baronies which now make up the present-day Northern Ireland. The map shows baronies in the six counties of Northern Ireland.

Map of 59 baronies which now make up the present-day Northern Ireland.

Alphabetical list of baronies 

  1.    Antrim Lower
  2.    Antrim Upper
  3.    Ards Lower
  4.    Ards Upper
  5.    Armagh
  6.    Belfast Lower
  7.    Belfast Upper
  8.    Cary
  9.    Castlereagh Lower
  10.    Castlereagh Upper
  11.    Clanawley
  12.    Clankelly
  13.    Clogher
  14.    Coleraine
  15.    Coleraine, North East, Liberties of
  16.    Coole
  17.    Dufferin
  18.    Dungannon Lower
  19.    Dungannon Middle
  20.    Dungannon Upper
  21.    Dunluce Lower
  22.    Dunluce Upper
  23.    Fews Lower
  24.    Fews Upper
  25.    Glenarm Lower
  26.    Glenarm Upper
  27.    Iveagh Lower, Lower Half
  28.    Iveagh Lower, Upper Half
  29.    Iveagh Upper, Lower Half
  30.    Iveagh Upper, Upper Half
  31.    Keenaght
  32.    Kilconway
  33.    Kinelarty
  34.    Knockninny
  35.    Lecale Lower
  36.    Lecale Upper
  37.    Liberties of Londonderry
  38.    Loughinsholin
  39.    Lurg
  40.    Magheraboy
  41.    Magherastephana
  42.    Massereene Lower
  43.    Massereene Upper
  44.    Mourne
  45.    Newry, Lordship of
  46.    Omagh East
  47.    Omagh West
  48.    Oneilland East
  49.    Oneilland West
  50.    Orior Lower
  51.    Orior Upper
  52.    Strabane Lower
  53.    Strabane Upper
  54.    Tiranny
  55.    Tirkeeran
  56.    Tirkennedy
  57.    Toome Lower
  58.    Toome Upper
  59.    Carrickfergus

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