Hello Kevin and AnnI'm back! Yes Fermanagh and particularly Enniskillen is the Frith's Irish home.
Indeed a small world - Palmerston park.After that they livedin Landsdowne Rd not for Rugger! and later again I visited my gfather in Earlsfort Terrace. During WW2 I was with "Guardians", the Tyrrells at Ballindoolin near Carbury. School at Baymount, Dollymount and then St Columbas.
Still working on Wilson Bros but dateline could be 1860's.
With fairly accurate dates, I have Friths :- WILLIAM 2nd son of James. no dob. but he was a Church Warden 1681.He, his elder bro. John and his son were personal bodyguards to William of Orange at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690.He had issue:- ROBERT 1670 1760 (7 Sept)m Sarah Ball 1674-1758(12 June)Grave at St Macartins Cathedral, Enniskillen. Tombstone has coat of arms.He had issue:- WILLIAM 1693-22 Dec. 1792 M Sarah Slack 1710-2 April 1787. He founded "The Cross" branchhad issue:- JAMES (second son) 1783-1819 M Anne Gamblehad issue: JOHN Rev. (2nd son) M Mrs Purdon. Was rector of Ballyconnell Co. Cavan [Pedigree of Gambles of Fermanagh page 3 unseen by me)had issue JAMES MOORE d 1907 M Mrs Jackson nee Fannie Jubb who died 1886. He was an Officer in RIC & Barrackmaster of the Constabulary Depot (where ? Dublin?)Lived @ Lawnakilla House near The Cross(have more notes) had issue: JOHN ARTHUR 1871-M Euphemia Wilson 1897-He was eldest of:William Willoughby Cole RN M Mabel ?...Ethel M Colonel Hamilton and Eileen unmarried.John Arthur had issue: Ja.... illegible b 1903 and Robert b 1908. Phew!!RegardsJames