Flanagan has provided information about the location of various types of records, how to
access them and where they are located.
The Heritage World for Fermanagh & Tyrone could best answer
your question as to what has been filmed and accessed.
The latest issue of "The
Septs" magazine by the Irish Genealogical Society, vol 21, No 1 has a short
but nice article on researching in County Fermanagh. It also has a local interest article
by Janet Caiside-Stroh about Derrygonnelly.
LDS library, Family History Center film # 1696604, 35mm, cost to user if it has to be
ordered $3.50 for two months use.
SUBJECT; Clogher Clergy & parishes.
Description; Being an account of the clergy of the Church of Ireland in the Diocese of
Clogher, from the earliest period, with historical notices of the several parishes and
The jurisdiction of the Diocese of Clogher includes all of County Monaghan, and parts of
Donegal, Fermanagh, Lough and Tyrone. Includes a listing of churches and graveyards no
longer in use.
LDS film # 1279238
Indexed in Guide to Clogher record for vols 1 - 2 by Clogher Historical Society for Roman
Catholic Records in Clogher.
Archdale Family Papers
Includes rentals and accounts relating to estates in the Garrison and Derrygonnelly area,
county Fermanagh, and the Trillick and Omagh areas in Tyrone.
Year Range and Film #
9 microfilm reels, 35mm
Microfilm of original records in the Belfast Public Record Office.