Talks Programme & Events:



Saturday January 22nd: 19th century Catholic Church and Registry records in Enniskillen -Seamas Macannaidh.

Available to view in the members section.


Saturday February 19th: The Enniskillen workhouse – Catherine Scott

Available to view in the members section.


Saturday March 19th: Patronymic Waves. (“How did we get here”?). – Dr Dave McNulty

Available to view in the members section.


Saturday April 23rd: Early Irish Christian missionaries with a focus on Fermanagh – Enzo Farinella


Saturday May 21st: AGM and Annual Show and Tell


Saturday June 18th Annual Members’ trip – T/B/A

San Francisco Call, Volume 112, Number 14, 14 June 1912

BURNS—In this city, June 12. 1912.  Mrs. Ellen Burns, widow of the late Michael Burns, and sister of the late Mrs. Catherine McGinnis, a native of County Enniskillen,Ireland, aged 84 years. Friends and acquaintance are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Friday), at 9 o’clock from the funeral parlors of J. C. O’Connor & Co., 532-534 Valencia street near Sixteenth thence to St. Charles Borromeo church, where a requiem mass will be said for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9.30 a.m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery, by automobile.

San Francisco Call, Volume 85, Number 98, 8 March 1899


Saloon-Keeper Cassidy’s Spree Came to a Fatal Ending After Nine Months. M. J. Cassidy, a saloon-keeper at 613 Mission street, was found dead in bed yesterday morning in the room which he had occupied as a bed-chamber back of the saloon. William Owens sleeps in the same building and was accustomed to awaken Cassidy every morning. Hearing no response to his knock he forced the door open and found Cassldy dead. The deceased was a native of Enniskillen, Ireland, 45 years old. He had been in robust health, but had been drinking to excess for the past nine months. The indications are that alcoholism was the cause of death.