On a modern map, in a pamphlet entitled "TOURING CAVAN including Fermanagh Highlights", Enniskillen is located in County Fermanagh. Information passed on to me regarding the marriage of Margaret Tubman is as follows: Register's District - Enniskillen Parish Church in the Parish of Killinagh in the County of Cavan She lived in Menyesk (?) Her father was Richard Tubman
Also passed on to me from the Mormon Church Library is a paper dealing with "Griffiths Valuation" which deals with land transactions I believe.Places and names mentioned are: Parish of Kinawley Drumcanon William Tubman from Richard Tubman Hassard land, House & Land
Other places and people are:
Barony of Uppertee Parish of Annagelliff Robert Tubman Patrick Tubman
Union of Enniskillen Barony of Tullyhaw Richard Tubman
Parish of Killinagh Killycarney - Richard Tubman Thornhill or Mullandreenagh Richard Tubman Unshogagh Parish of Urney Town of Cavan
The whole thing is "gibberish" to me.I do not know Irish geography and the maps I have are basic.I assume that "Parish" refers to a church administrative district.Maybe it is different between the Catholic and Protestant churches.I would think so, but…I am also told that "Parish" can refer to a political district.Maybe they are named differently.All very confusing.
All that to say, there appears to have been a land transaction between William Tubman and Richard Tubman in the Parish of Kinawley, whatever we can deduce from that!Who knows, Drumcanon could even be the name of a house!