Fermanagh and adjoining counties History and Heritage

Hi,

This page will try to explain what this particular Blog is about. As a writer, tour guide, broadcaster, historian and genealogist I have been delving through old newspapers and books in search of material for more than 40 years. Many of these bits and pieces have been sent to my friends and colleagues, clients, schools etc. to inform, enlighten or amuse – or indeed all three. I like to share what I discover and this Blog seems a pertinent new format for my collection of miscellanea, musings and snippets from my books and articles currently running to about 45 books and 130+ published articles. In addition I have read and taken notes from newspapers going back over 200 years.  I hope you enjoy my magpie collection.

John B. Cunningham M. A.

John Cunningham

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2 comments on “Fermanagh and adjoining counties History and Heritage

  1. Dawn Bell Logan says:

    I AM INTERESTED IN OBTAINING A COPY OF YOUR 2009 ALL OUR YESTERDAYS: KESH SCHOOL…..
    I live in Ottawa, Canada so how would this work?

  2. Brendan Garner says:

    Very much interested in the history of Kesh and surrounds in particular to the Lafferty and Scollon families from the late 1700s through to the mid 1850s. Patrick, Terence and Owen are the core persons. History has almost ceased and it can be very challenging to access evidence from Australia. Thank you. Kind regards, Brendan
    There are still Laffertys and Scollans about Kesh/Ederney and Boa Island.

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