I'm doing some client research just now involving the Church of Ireland parish of Derryloran in County Tyrone. The surviving records have been transcribed as part of the Representative Church Body Library's Anglican Record Project, but are not appearing in the list of records available at https://www.ireland.anglican.org/about/rcb-library/anglican-record-project, whilst the RCBL's excellent and recently updated List of Parish Registers at https://www.ireland.anglican.org/about/rcb-library/list-of-parish-registers simply redirects to the main ARP home page for Derryloran.
However the records are available online, with two baptismal registers available, one from 1796-1842, and another from 1843-1896. Both volumes also contain lists of confirmations from various years. I have contacted the RCBL and asked if they can update their directory.
In the meantime, you will find the records themselves freely accessible at at https://www.ireland.anglican.org/about/rcb-library/anglican-record-project/derryloran.
UPDATE: Fair play to the RCBL - they have responded within hours to say that they have rectified the situation and provided relevant links to the Derryloran pages from the ARP home page (with Armagh as the diocese), and will include the relevant links when they next update the List of Parish Registers. Excellent response!
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