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16 October 2014
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Drumenaghmore - a townland?

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Drumenaghmore - a townland?

Your website is fantastic....such a wealth of information and possibilities. For somebody like myself who is trying to discover more about his family backgrounds and heritage your material is most helpful.

Also, a question. When visiting the family cottage near Enniskillen, the location was traditionally called Drumenaghmore. We were told that this was an old geographic label...was it a townland designation? I was amazed to discover that my grandfather was born and raised 'just over the hill' from Tulley Castle on the shores of Lower Lough Erne....such a historic perspective.

Thanks.

Bob


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