I am enjoying this site. We, the McCaffrey Family, will be visiting in March 2018. Our family left the townland of Greach Rathain/Graghrahan in 1885. The family parish was Droim Leathan. Thank you for the wonderful information here and the resources. -Stephanie McCaffrey Flores
Visited Belturbet & Monaghan in Aug. Couldn't find any more family history information in the short time there. Husband's great-grandparents were Edward Kavanagh (b.1846 Drumlane Parish Records)and wife Catherine Timmons. They had 6 children - John, James, Rose Ann, Mary Eliz., Margaret, Noral Ellen. They all left the area for Australia and England and married. We have no dates for death of Edward & Catherine or any info. on Timmons. We did meet a lovely elderly couple in Belturbet (Margaret & John Timmons) from Killylea but they are not related. My searches on the web are not being very fruitful. Does anyone know anything about the Kavanagh and the Timmons familes? Patricia McClafferty
I believe my Fitzpatrick ancestors were from Derryvoney, Drumlane. --Daniel Fitzpatrick m. Ellen/Helen/Eleanor McINTYRE c.1840 --Their children included: Patrick James Catherine Ellen Daniel Owen Mary Rose Baptismal records found for the last three in Deravona (Derryvony), Drumlane: --Owen/Eugene 1854; includes godmother Catherine McENTIRE --Mary, 1857 --Rose, 1859 Also found a Daniel in 1852 in Kilconny. Ellen and Daniel Fitzpatrick and these 8 children sailed to New York in 1863. Ellen died during the voyage and was buried at sea. Their daughter Mary (Mary Josephine) married Charles Mansfield in NY in 1884. She is my g-grandmother. Thank you.
Hi there. We are neighbours, but I only discovered your website recently (Parish Newsletter)We welcome you to have a look at Belturbet Inside and look forward to sharing local news with you.. http://belturbetinside.hpage.com/
Any report on u12 match, well done lads!
Looking forward to keeping up with the forthcoming news and events. The website is just great. Good Luck
Excellent Website! Congratulations to all involved in bringing forward a practical and well presented website for the area! Dont forget Annual Festival of The Erne is on from July 27 - August 4, 2008, with Lady of the Erne Finals in Slieve Russell Hotel on Friday night 18 July.
Congrats to all involved, what a great web-site!! Thanks again for keeping us in touch. " UP DRUMLANE "
This is brilliant, you drumlaners...Gowna will have to get a move on!!! I'll make a link to the community forum website. Kate
A very impressive website with alot of useful information.
Congratulations to all involved in the opening of the new extension to the graveyard at Drumlane Abbey,beautiful Mass & Blessing
Great site. Any information on the Milltown Comhaltas for 2013? Planning on returning next year. Also does anyone remember a Peter Shannon from Milltown? Buried in Drumlane Abby. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Would anybody know if there are any online records of the people buried in the cemetery at Drumlane i have family buried there my Great Grandparents who i never met, i came to Belturbet where they are from many years ago and all being well will be over in October, but just wondered in the meantime if there was any resources online i could look at Thank You
Congrats on your new web-site its really very impressive. Well done to all involved. Noelette Dolan
My greatgrandparents came to New York about 1878-1882. Thomas Fitzpatrick, born about 1854. His parents Patrick Fitzpatrick and Rose Leddy. Ellen Drum born about 1856. Her parents James Drum and Kate Soad(?) She may be from Enniskillen. Thomas and Ellen married in NY 1882. I will be visiting September 2017. Would love any info. Thanks!
Well done underage footballers and hurlers, brilliant stuff
The Website looks great. Congratulations to all involved. Great way to keep in touch.
Well done to Daryl on his win at the weekend with John Mitchel's of Liverpool. Hopefully he will get plenty of support from his native club when Mitchel's take on the Kerry champions on Feb 14 in Croke Park! Wishing you the best of luck!
Congrats on the great website. well done to all involved!!x