Fermanagh Friends: Contents
Fermanagh Friends: Surnames
Fermanagh Friends: Searches
Fermanagh Friends: Cemeteries
Fermanagh Friends: Surveys
Fermanagh Friends: Emigration
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Fermanagh Friends: Miscellany
Fermanagh Friends: Wills
Fermanagh Gold Introduction

"Tulach na gCaorthann is not counted as a church, but the Vicar, Mac Murchadha, built it with the consent of Ma Guidhir for the convenience of Clann Chonghaile as they were not conveniently situated as regards the other parish churches; and it received Bishops’ consecration for burial purposes." Me Guidhir Fhearmanach, p. 76. "The Vicar MacMophy was the first who brought a bishop to consecrate herein by Maguire’s permission about the year of Christ 1592." 

Ms. History of Fermanagh, p. 89. Clogher Record, p. 291, 1958

This article and the inscriptions included in the Records have been reproduced from the Clogher Record of 1959, pg 521-523

There are 99 death and burial records in Tullynageeran with 48 unique surnames which are:

Bogue, Br--lin, Breen, Breslin, Busby, Cassidy, Caulfield, Clifferty, Clifford, Corrnan, Cosgrove, Croarkan, Doren, Elder, Gunn, Hanagan, Johnston, Keenan, Kerr, Kinnan, Macabe, Mackaghry, Maguire, Martin, McBrien, McCaffrey, McCaffura, McCarroll, McCollin, McElcoskly, McElroy, McGuiness, McKeown, McLaughlin, McMahond, McNeal, McOran, McQuaid, Megenis, Moinagh, Mulligan, Murphy, Nawn, Nowlin, O'Breen, Owens, Petty, Rafferty, Stewart, Tierney

If one of the surnames above is the one you're looking for you can now go to the Deaths & Burials Search and type your chosen surname in the Surname box and enter "Tullynageeran " in the Place box.  The results will show you all deaths and burials with that surname in Tullynageeran.