Fermanagh Genealogy Centre is an independent registered charity (NIC100414) run entirely by volunteers with extensive local and genealogical knowledge.
We are the delivery partner for genealogical services at Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, based at Fermanagh Visitor Information Centre in Enniskillen Castle.

During the unforeseen curtailment of our events and activities, we have been searching the internet and it’s amazing what you can find. See our new Video Links page.

Mrs George Tottenham (nee Emily Frances Maclean) with her eldest son Ponsonby John Loftus, circa 1863. © Photographic Archive, Fermanagh County Museum 

Exhibition: ‘Church, Lace & Army: A Family History of the Fermanagh Tottenhams’

Fermanagh Genealogy Centre’s exhibition, ‘Church, Lace and Army:  A Family History of the Fermanagh Tottenhams’.

The exhibition was officially opened by Councillor Chris McCaffrey, Vice-Chair of Fermanagh & Omagh District Council at Fermanagh County Museum, Enniskillen Castle on Saturday 09 April 2022 at 2.00 pm
Guest Speaker: Mr. Frankie Roofe, Chair, Fermanagh Genealogy Centre

‘Church, Lace & Army: A family history of the Fermanagh Tottenhams’ will be on show until 25 September 2022 at Fermanagh County Museum, Enniskillen Castle.

‘Back Streets-Dardanelles project’

After launching the project on Saturday 16th October 2021 Fermanagh Genealogy Centre held a successful ‘Bring and Tell’ meeting on Saturday 27th November 2021 in Fermanagh House.

For more information on this project click here

Fermanagh Roots Journal issue 2 is now available for purchase

This is a real collectors’ piece. It has 112 pages in colour, with a beautifully illustrated map of Fermanagh by Marjorie Leonard as its centre fold. The journal has been very well received by those who purchased it.

The journal is a handbook that gives step by step advice to beginners to family history, as well as articles that will enhance the more experienced genealogists with their own research. The contributors are mainly members from FGC and we have articles written by a Canadian and a New Zealander too. 

Monea castle the cover page for the journal provides a backdrop for the editorial team to introduce the journal to you

From left Mervyn Hall, centre Mary-Anne Grant and Linda Swindle on the steps of Enniskillen Methodist church which is the journals back photo cover
From the left Linda Swindle, Mervyn Hall and Frank McHugh


Inside Monea castle


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To purchase your copy of this collector’s edition click here