Inishmacsaint (County Donegal)

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Also known as Church hill is on the boundaries of Donegal but its more in Magheraboy county of Fermanagh, it has a population capacity of 14800 people. The place takes its name from an island which is located in Lough Erne near the shore to who St. Nennid celebrated an abbey there in the sixth century, it is said that a church was soon extended onto the abbey during that period of time. Stone mainly consists of sandstone which is used for construction. And coal would be the main product for fuel within the community.

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Charlotte Matilda (née Blake Thornely) Stoker 1818
(née Blake Thornely) Stoker
Sligo +others DOB: 28th June 1818

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