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Co. Fermanagh

The Aughakillymaude Community mummers have unwittingly become the unofficial cultural ambassadors for rural Fermanagh. Read why here...

Mummers
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Douglas Gunning of Enniskillen - killed at the Somme
A family at war - The Gunnings

All four of the Gunning brothers from Enniskillen joined the forces at the outbreak of WWI in 1914. Jack went into the Navy, Cecil and Douglas into the army, Willie into the Royal Navy Reserve...


Gravestone in Pubble Graveyard - Co.Fermanagh
Mortality symbols at Pubble

As part of our series of special features delving into history through headstones, Teresa McKeogh visited the 1000 year-old graveyard at Pubble near Tempo...
 
 
A Lisbellaw Collection
A Lisbellaw collection

Sam Carrothers' family hasn't moved from Carrybridge for 9 generations! The clan came from the northern Scottish borders around the time of the Plantation. Although farmers, they were also artisans and brought the skill of carpentry, which still survives today…

St Mary's Church at Ardess
History From Headstones

Breege McCusker visits the 1000 year old graveyard at St.Mary's, Ardess near Kesh... William Roulston feels that Fermanagh excels in the quality of craftsmanship of its gravestones. “There’s probably nowhere in Ireland where you will see better” he says...
 

 

 

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