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Enniskillen

(ĕnĭskĭl`ən), town (1991 pop. 10,429), Fermanagh dist., SW Northern Ireland, on Cethlin's Island in the Erne River between Upper and Lower Loughs Erne. Farm produce is traded, and hosiery is manufactured. In 1689 the forces of William III defeated those of James II at Enniskillen.

Enniskillen

(formerly), Inniskilling
a town in SW Northern Ireland, in Fermanagh, on an island in the River Erne: scene of the defeat of James II's forces in 1689. Pop.: 13 599 (2001)
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Private rOBert DaNBY, 20, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, of Hebburn-on-Tyne, Co.
Mr Blakey enlisted in January 1915 in the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, which ran a series of recruitment adverts in the Gateshead press.
A skilled rugby player, Mr Blakey enlisted in January 1915 in the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, which ran a series of recruitment adverts in the Gateshead press.
Robert James Bennett, V.D., retired in 1887, with the honorary rank of major-general, after commanding the 27th Regimental District (Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers), 1882-1887: The Times, July 13, 1887, p.
He was commissioned on 1st April 1949 and completed his National Service with the 5th Inniskilling Dragoon Guards whom he immediately re-joined on hearing they were to be sent to Korea.
They included the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Royal Munster Fusiliers, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, Connaught Rangers, Leinster Regiment, Royal Irish Fusiliers, Royal Irish Regiment and Royal Irish Rifles.
Henry, a Birmingham boy, joined the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on February 6, 1917 -on his 18th birthday.
Moving outside the Keep, HRH was introduced to Major (Ret d) Colin Gray, Regimental Secretary, Royal Irish, who outlined the history of the disbandment of the Inniskilling Regiments as well as the present day links with the Royal Irish Regiment.
The names of the dead were added to the memorial for war casualties from the Enniskillenbased Inniskilling Fusiliers and Dragoons, who fought in both world wars.
(3) For example, in 1914 he smuggled weapons for the Ulster Volunteer Force across the Irish Sea in his luggage (Amory 103) and in 1916, as a member of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, he was shot in the face by an Irish rebel during the Easter Rising (Maume 16).
The Royal Dragoon Guards was formed on August 1, 1992, as a result of the amalgamation of the 4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards and the 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards.