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  Town of Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh, Ireland
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Enniskillen is a beautiful country town located in the County of Fermanagh in Northern Ireland.
As the biggest in the county it is sits almost in the center of the county on the island that actually separates the Lower and Upper parts of the Lough Erne.
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 Enniskillen (St Angelo) Airport Enniskillen - Co Fermanagh - Northern Ireland
Enniskillen (St Angelo) Airport Enniskillen - Co Fermanagh - Northern Ireland
Enniskillen is the perfect base for Corporate Jets.
Several Stages of the WRC will be taking place close to Enniskillen Airport over the period 15-18 November.
www.enniskillen-airport.co.uk   (139 words)

  
  Enniskillen Castle, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, Northern Ireland - enniskillen.com
[Ballinamallard] [Belcoo] [Bellanaleck] [Belleek] [Blaney] [Brookeborough] [Derrygonnelly] [Derrylin] [Ederney] [Enniskillen] [Florencecourt] [Garrison] [Irvinestown] [Kesh] [Lisbellaw] [Lisnarick] [Lisnaskea] [Maguiresbridge] [Newtownbutler] [Rosslea] [Tempo]
Enniskillen Castle presents an array of 19th century barracks buildings surrounding the Medieval Castle Keep; to the south with its distinctive turrets is the 17th century Watergate and to the east is the Heritage Centre built in 1992.
Throughout the 16th century the junior branch of the Maguires ruled Fermanagh from Enniskillen Castle, their stronghold being captured and retaken many times by the O'Donnells, O'Neills and the English.
www.enniskillen.com /enniskillen_castle.html   (329 words)

  
  Enniskillen
Enniskillen was one of the few towns besieged, but not to surrender to King James ii.
Enniskillen — An Orangeman; sat for the borough since 1828; is brother to the Earl of Enniskillen; a captain in the Fermanagh Militia.
Enniskillen was a thriving town during the war years 1939 - 1945 with the influx of many foreign military personnel.
www.enniskillenfreemasons.co.uk /enniskillen.htm   (1334 words)

  
  Enniskillen
Enniskillen (Inis Ceithleann in Irish) is the county town (and largest town) of Fermanagh in Northern Ireland.
The Enniskillen bomb is acknowledged by some as a turning point in the Northern Ireland peace process, although terrorist killings did continue in its aftermath.
Enniskillen is classified as a Medium Town by the NI Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) (ie with population between 10,000 and 18,000 people).
encyclopedia.vestigatio.com /Enniskillen   (496 words)

  
 Enniskillen Civil Parish & town, Fermanagh county, Ireland, Lewis, 1837 description ©Jane Lyons
A detachment sent to its assistance by the lord-deputy was totally defeated, and the garrison, after holding out to the last extremity, being compelled to surrender, were inhumanly slaughtered by the assailants, who pleaded the like cruelty on the part of Bingham, when he took the town as a justification for their revenge.
The chief trade is in timber, coal, arid slates, imported from Ballyshannon to Belleek, at the lower extremity of the lough, 18 miles distant, and brought by water to the town.
Enniskillen is the birthplace of Lord Plunket, and gives the titles of Earl and Viscount to the family of Cole, by which it was founded.
www.from-ireland.net /lewis/f/enniskillen.htm   (1438 words)

  
 BBC ON THIS DAY | 8 | 1987: Bomb kills 11 at Enniskillen
The head of the Church of Ireland, Archbishop Robin Eames, who was at Enniskillen said he "wished the bombers could have seen what I have seen".
Enniskillen is a town with a long military tradition having sent many soldiers to the battlefields of the First and Second World Wars.
A group called Enniskillen Together was set up to further the cause of reconciliation in the area.
news.bbc.co.uk /onthisday/hi/dates/stories/november/8/newsid_2515000/2515113.stm   (412 words)

  
 Enniskillen Information
Enniskillen (Inis Ceithleann in Irish) is the county town (and largest town) of Fermanagh in Northern Ireland.
The Enniskillen bomb is acknowledged by some as a turning point in the Northern Ireland peace process, although terrorist killings did continue in its aftermath.
Enniskillen is classified as a Medium Town by the NI Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) (ie with population between 10,000 and 18,000 people).
www.bookrags.com /wiki/Enniskillen   (428 words)

  
 Christina Burr | Some Adventures of the Boys: Enniskillen Township's "Foreign Drillers," Imperialism, and Colonial ...
Enniskillen's "foreign drillers" became part of an imperial "overclass" by virtue of their "whiteness," "Britishness," and technical expertise in the mining and refining of petroleum.
Enniskillen's "foreign drillers" were empowered by the experience of travel and travel writing, and had a coveted role in the local community.
Enniskillen drillers by virtue of their technical expertise in oil drilling, and their developing sense of "Canadianness," defined themselves as more suited to the task of empire-building than Europeans.
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 Enniskillen Motor Club   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Enniskillen Motor Club was formed in 1964, although it was not the beginning of organised motor sport in the West.
The first Annual General Meeting of the Enniskillen and District Motor Club was held in the Committee Room, Enniskillen Townhall on 12 December 1928, with an attendance “of almost 40 members”.
In 1931 the race was extended to 16 laps, and became known as the ‘Enniskillen 100'.
www.enniskillenmotorclub.co.uk /ClubHistory.html   (1346 words)

  
 The Battle of Enniskillen
During this period Enniskillen was strengthened by an influx of Protestants from the counties of Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal, Leitrim and Sligo.
The two regiments of Enniskilleners sent to the east were instructed to line up and the 80 year old marshal of William's army rode to review them with his head uncovered as a tribute to the bravery of their comrades in the west.
In February 1690 the Enniskilleners under the command of Wolseley defeated a force of Jacobites at Cavan under the command of Berwick, who was fortunate to escape with his life after his horse was shot from under him.
www.broxburndistrict31.org.uk /resourceenniskillen.htm   (5143 words)

  
 Enniskillen Papers
The earliest document is a grant from James I to Capt. William Cole of the manor of Cornagrade, in the half-baronies of Coole and Tirkennedy and barony of Clanawley, Co. Fermanagh, 1611.
Unlike the rest of the Ranelagh inheritance, Montagh was free of the complications of co-heirship, came into the possession of the senior branch of the Cole family early (probably in 1711) and had the enormous advantage of being geographically contiguous to their existing estate in the barony of Clanawley.
There is a magnificent MS 'Genealogy of the family of Casamajor [to whom the recently (1855) deceased first wife of the 3rd Earl of Enniskillen belonged], showing their descent from the Kings of Castile and Leon, and deduced from the year 1250 to the present time', 1863.
homepages.paradise.net.nz /howardco/international/ie/ie_history.htm   (7443 words)

  
 The Robert Clegg Family Of Enniskillen,
A Robert Clegg of Enniskillen was the Town Clerk for many years and I think the Robert Clegg of #17 Darling Street was that person because the Robert Clegg of #17 Darling Street could have had a son named James.
William Trimble’s "History of Enniskillen”, in Volume III, page 723, states that James Clegg succeeded his father, Robert, and it for this reason that I have placed the James Clegg, who was born in about 1826, in the #17 Darling Street Robert Clegg family.
Elliott is also in the Mortuary business in Enniskillen and it was he with whom I contracted to erect a replacement for the Robert Clegg grave memorial.
www.clegg-family.net /robertclegg.html   (3226 words)

  
 Enniskillen hotels Ireland accommodation - hotel accommodation in Enniskillen northern Ireland
Enniskillen is the county town of Fermanagh in Northern Ireland.
Enniskillen is ideally situated for exploring the Lakeland of Fermanagh, taking a cruise along Lough Erne, stopping off at some of the tiny isles in the Lough, exploring the ancient monastic settlement on Devenish Island or game fishing in some of Ireland's most renowned waters.
Enniskillen Castle, situated beside the River Erne in County Fermanagh, was built almost 600 years ago by Gaelic Maguires.
www.kayukay.co.uk /enniskillenhotels.html   (501 words)

  
 Enniskillen Crew
Gary Jones was among the original crew who went to Cowes for training to setup Enniskillen Lifeboat.
John is a serving police officer specializing in Community Safety and Davy is a partner in a Northern Ireland franchise for Seadoo Jet Ski’s and boats.
Enniskillen Lifeboat cew are made up of 26 men and 4 woman from various walks of life architects, company directors, computer engineers, youth workers, engineers, insurance advisors, hairdressers and police officers.andnbsp; All work well together and also enjoy various social gatherings and water sport events.
www.rnli.org.uk /rnli_near_you/ireland/stations/EnniskillenLoughErneCoFermanagh/crew   (192 words)

  
 Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh - myguideIreland - The Ireland Travel Information Guide
For centuries the town of Enniskillen has commanded the river passage way between Upper and Lower Lough Erne, once the main inland route to the north of Ireland and a stop off point for ancient pilgrims on their way to Lough Derg and St Patrick's Purgatory in Donegal.
Enniskillen was an important post for the Plantation of Ulster, when the Maguire clan were replaced by the Cole's as the leading figures of the town.
The two communities in Enniskillen came closer together determined to strike accord for the benefit of their town and indeed their mutual co-operation helped win Enniskillen an award for Best Kept Town in Ireland in 2000.
www.12travel.com /ie/Northern_Ireland/Enniskillen.html   (450 words)

  
 Enniskillen
Enniskillen as the county town boasts 12,000 inhabitants.
Lifestart was introduced as a pilot programme to a small number of families in Enniskillen in 1995.
It was highly successful and in 1997 was expanded to include families living within a three mile radius of Enniskillen.
www.lifestartfoundation.org /enniskillen.html   (304 words)

  
 irish guide - Touring the Shannon Enniskillen Belleek Belturbet Ireland
Enniskillen is steeped in history and heritage, evident through the many historic islands dotted throughout the waterways, and also through impressive National Trust owned stately properties.
Other attractions include the world renowned Belleek Pottery, Ireland's oldest pottery, facilities include a museum and gift shop, guided tours are available to give an insight into all stages of the manufacturing process.
The Erne rises in Lough Gowna and passes through Belturbet, Enniskillen, Belleek and enters the sea at Ballyshannon.
www.theirishguide.com /shannon/enniskillen.html   (299 words)

  
 Enniskillen 'Poppy Day' IRA Massacre of Civilians
This heinous act was done while the town of Enniskillen prepared to remembered their kith and kin who died and were injured in past wars and the present 'Troubles' in Northern Ireland.
This IRA/Sinn Fein bomb containing 40 IB of gelignite was hidden in a community hall just behind where the victims stood to commemorate their dead and all others throughout the World.
The Enniskillen bomb on Remembrance Sunday in 1987 killed eleven people as they gathered around the town's cenotaph is analysed in detail.
www.iraatrocities.fsnet.co.uk /enniskillen.htm   (1196 words)

  
 Enniskillen Hotels - Enniskillen, UK
Enniskillen Hotels - 6 hotels from £25 per room per night.
Situated at the edge of the island town of Enniskillen on its own mature grounds.
Radisson SAS Farnham Estate Hotel is set on 1300 acres of Country estate 3km from Cavan Town and within 2 hours Drive from Dublin and Belfast.
www.activereservations.com /hotel/en/hotels-in-enniskillen/ah-223364.html   (318 words)

  
 Breifne Tourism - breifne lanscapes - Enniskillen
Southeast of Lower Lough Erne, the Enniskillen area includes the southern end of the lough, the town of Enniskillen and the winding rivers and wetlands in the northern part of Upper Lough Erne.
Enniskillen has an exceptional landscape setting at the main crossing point along the Erne river corridor.
The Enniskillen area lies within the Lough Erne lowland where a glacial trough cuts through the underlying Carboniferous limestones and is heavily covered in drift.
www.breifne.ie /content.asp?ID=1553   (736 words)

  
 Enniskillen News
More than 1,500 homes are without electricity in Enniskillen and Omagh after high winds brought down power lines overnight.
At just after 8.30 this evening Belfast Coastguard received a report from the Enniskillen Police that they were on scene with two people, one male, one female, who required evacuation from the cliff area of...
ENNISKILLEN Scores of ready meals are being recalled after fragments of glass were found by consumers.
www.topix.net /uk/enniskillen   (660 words)

  
 Guide to Enniskillen and County Fermanagh - Local and Tourist Information
Guide to Enniskillen and County Fermanagh - Local and Tourist Information
Your Online Guide to Enniskillen and County Fermanagh
Inishclare Cottages are two beautiful, traditionally styled cottages available for rental on the shores of Lough Erne in Co Fermanagh.
www.enniskillen.com   (165 words)

  
 Enniskillen - VisitBritain
Enniskillen (population of approximately 15,000) gets its name from ‘Inis Ceithleann’- the island of Kathleen.
Items of historical interest include Enniskillen Castle, the town’s churches, the townhall and Coles Monument in Forthill Park (climb the 108 steps for a wonderful panoramic view of the town and surrounding area).   Castle Coole (National Trust property) is situated just outside the town.
Enniskillen is a busy commercial centre and boasts a shopping centre with a wide range of national retail chains complemented by traditional family run businesses.   Visitors can choose more unusual purchases at the Craft and Design Centre which is located on the site of the former ‘Buttermarket’. 
www.visitbritain.com /VB3-en-MY/destinationguides/Northern_Ireland/Destinations/enniskillen.aspx   (194 words)

  
 Enniskillen handyman home maintenance franchise team
Enniskillen: work from home franchise: a handyman is urgently needed to join our network providing improvement, maintenance and repairs for homes and property.
opportunity in Enniskillen we urgently need a first class handyman services to join us in our handyman services and home services network.
Enniskillen handyman services needed - a handyman services doing home repairs, improvement, gardening and man with van for house home and office.
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