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County Fermanagh Geography
Fermanagh, former county, in Ulster Province, southwestern Northern Ireland; Enniskillen was the county town. Fermanagh comprised a hilly area divided roughly in half by Upper and Lower Lough Erne, which are widenings of the Erne River. The county was principally agricultural, noted also for the manufacture of fine pottery at Belleek. Fermanagh was made a county in 1585; it ceased to exist as an administrative unit in 1973.
The main towns in Cos. Fermanagh and Tyrone are Omagh, Enniskillen, Dungannon, Strabane, Cookstown.
Ulster, the historic province of Ireland, includes nine counties: Cavan, Donegal, and Monaghan, now in the Republic of Ireland; and the former counties of Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry, and Tyrone, now constituting the whole of Northern Ireland, which is sometimes called Ulster. The part of Ulster included in the Republic of Ireland forms a province of the same name. Area, 8011 sq km (3093 sq mi).
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Church of Ireland Marriage Licence Bonds – Diocese of Clogher Extra – The Diocese of Clogher takes an area comprising part of Tyrone, Fermanagh and parts of Armagh. Monaghan and Cavan Marriage Licence Bonds date from 1630-1800