Ballinderry (locally [ˌbalənˈdɛri], from Irish Baile an Daire, meaning 'homestead of the oakwood') is a townland lying within the civil parish of Kilcronaghan, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It lies on the eastern boundary of the parish; partly bounded by the parishes of Termoneeny and Desertmartin to the north and east. It is also bounded by the townlands of Ballynahone More, Drumsamney, Dromore, Grange, and Gortamney. It was apportioned to the Vintners company.
The townland was part of Tobermore electoral ward of the former Magherafelt District Council, however in 1926 it was part of Tobermore district electoral division as part of the Maghera division of Magherafelt Rural District. It was also part of the historic barony of Loughinsholin.
Size (acres, roods, poles)
||a, r, p
||390, 3, 39 
||389, 1, 13
||389, 1, 13
||391, 1, 36 
Earlier recorded forms
||Ballinderry, ye 1/2 towne of
|(E.C.) - Escheated Counties Map 1609
- ^ Northern Ireland Environment Agency. "NIEA Map Viewer". Archived from the original on 24 November 2011. Retrieved 27 January 2012.
- ^ a b Toner, Gregory: Place-Names of Northern Ireland, page 114. Queen's University of Belfast, 1996, ISBN 0-85389-613-5
- ^ a b Notes on the Place Names of the Parishes and Townlands of the County of Londonderry, 1925, Alfred Moore Munn, Clerk of the Crown and Peace of the City and County of Londonderry
- ^ a b c d HistPop; County and County Borough of Londonderry, 1926, page 27
- ^ a b c d e f HistPop; Area, population and number of houses, Vol. III, Ireland, 1881, page 698
- ^ a b c HistPop; Area, houses, and population, Vol. III [Part 2], Ireland, 1901 Page 35
- ^ HistPop; County of Londonderry, 1851, page 241
- ^ Place Names NI - Ballinderry