The Local Studies Department is the primary resource for local history research in County Tipperary for historians and enthusiasts. It has a dedicated reading room with modern research facilities.
Barony of Eliogarty, Collection of rates, Drom, Grand Jury, Holycross, Inch, John Bayly, Littleton, Longford Pass, Loughmore, Moycarkey, Moyne, Rahealty, Rahelty, Rate Book, Richard L. Cambie, Spring Assizes, Templemore, Templetuohy, Thurles, Tipperary (North Riding), Two-mile-Borris
1944, antiquities, Barony of Eliogarty, Barony of Ikerrin, black and white photographs, Irish Tourist Association, Moyne, natural features, Sport, Templetuohy, topography
1839, Ballycullen, Ballyerk, Ballymoreen, Coolcrue, Droleen, Estate, Gallaganstown, Graguepaudeen, Graiguepaudeen, Illananummera, Illawnaummer, Kilbragh, Killinan, Kyle, Laharden, Manor Mills, Monakeeba, Monaraheen, Moneraheen, Moyne, Mullanes, Newtown, Pallashill, Racecourse, Rahen Roe, Rathcunikeen, Rentals, Shanballamore, Shanballymore, Templenoe, Turtulla, Valentine Maher, Wrensborough
1849, Ballylusky, Ballynane, Ballyrichard, Ballyvara, Cashel PLU, Clonahea, Cloughatany, Coolmibeen, Corbally, Drangan, Famine, Kileshane, Knockroe, Knockured, Kyle, Magowry, Moonowring, Moyne, Newtowndrangan, Priestown, Property, Prospect, Shannakill, Taxation, Valuation
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