Tyrone was a kingdom of Gaelic Ireland, related geologically with present-day County Tyrone, County Armagh and parts of County Londonderry. The kingdom spoke profoundly country of the Cenel nEogain individuals of the Northern Ui Neill and despite the fact that they administered, there were littler gatherings of different Gaels in the zone. Otherwise called the direction of Land. One a player in the domain toward the north-east split away and extended, getting to be Clandeboye, controlled by a scion part of the O Neill. From the 5th century establishing of Cenel nEogain, the tuatha was a sub-unit of the bigger kingdom of Ailech which they ordinarily held the majesty to, alongside their Cenel Conaill cousins, individual relatives of Niall of the Nine Hostages.
The underlying climb of Ailech had corresponded with the decay of the Ulaid, whose kingdom of Ulster subsided toward the north-east drift. Following the Norman attack of Ulster in 1177, Tir Eoghain had turned into the dominating force in the north of Ireland, a position it recaptured upon the crumple of the Norman Earldom of Ulster in the fourteenth century. Amid the rule of Tudor ruler Elizabeth I it would turn into an earldom inside the kingdom of Ireland, anyway the degree and intensity of Tyrone would be in the end abridged and it was shired into the regions of Armagh and Tyrone, and subdivided into baronies.