Enniskillen


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Enniskillen

(ˌɛnɪsˈkɪlɪn) or formerly

Inniskilling

n
(Placename) a town in SW Northern Ireland, in Fermanagh, on an island in the River Erne: scene of the defeat of James II's forces in 1689. Pop: 13 599 (2001)
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Strathroy Harps were handed a home draw against Kilrea United with Ahoghill Thistle up against Enniskillen Town United.
Contract notice: DARD/CAFRE Enniskillen Provision of Veterinary Cover and Veterinary Supplies.
Clergy from both communities marked the Queen's 60-year reign by staging events in Enniskillen, where an explosion in 1987 killed 11 people on Remembrance Day.
net ELEVEN people died in the Irish town of Enniskillen in November 1987 when an IRA bomb exploded during a Remembrance Day service.
Solicitor Robert Murtagh said Doherty, of Jamaica Street in Belfast, had an alternative address in Enniskillen that would take him away from the city and contentious parades.
Mark, who runs Magee's Spirit Store in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, flew to Southampton to pick up the classic motor made famous by the Trotter brothers and then drove it more than 300 miles to Holyhead in Wales to get the ferry back home.
Millie Martin, 15 months, died after an attack at a house in Glebe Park, Enniskillen, in Northern Ireland.
The 15-month-old girl died in Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital on Friday after she was attacked and badly beaten at a house in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh.
Ann Frances Rooney of Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Ireland, and Robert Charles Caskey of Ridgeland were united in marriage on August 11, 2007, at St.
Darragh Summers, aged five, was hit on Friday lunchtime at St Patrick's Primary School in Mullinaskea, a village near Enniskillen in County Fermanagh.
30pm yesterday in the playground of Mullinaskea primary school in Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh.
Mr Clinton and his wife will visit Omagh and Enniskillen where they'll drop in at the Enniskillen-based peace and reconciliation centre named in their honour.