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  1. Crom Castle

    File Crom Old Castle 36806.jpg 260px thumb The ruins of the Old Crom Castle. Crom Castle Irish language Irish Caisle n na Croime is situated on the shores of the Upper Lough Erne in County Fermanagh UK Parliament constituency County Fermanagh , Northern Ireland , and set within a convert 1900 acre km2 adj on estate. The present structure was built in 1820 in the Victorian style and has been the home to the Crichton family, Earl Erne Earls of Erne for centuries. The grounds also contain the ruins of the Old Castle, a tower house, which was previously owned by the Balfour family until the Crichtons acquired it in 1609. ref http press articles 4.html ref The castle is privately owned by The Crichton family, Earls of Erne, ref http Crom Castle West Wing Newtownbutler Enniskillen P8446 ref and the estate is managed by the National Trust. The estate includes many features of times past including the old farmyard and visitors centre, The boathouse, once the home of Lough Erne Yacht Club, the tea house, the church, schoolhouse etc.. Guests are able to use the west wing for weddings, or to stay in the West Wing of Crom Castle on weekly or long weekend basis. ref http index.html ref See also List of castles in Northern Ireland References reflist External links http main w cromestate National Trust Crom Estate http www.virtualvisit gallery.aspx?dataid 43308&title Houses and Heritage Virtual Tour of Crom Castle Demesne Northern Ireland Virtual Visit Northern Ireland County Fermanagh coord 54.16233 N 7.44427 W type landmark region GB FER dim 3000 display title Category Castles in County Fermanagh Category Townlands in County Fermanagh Category Grade A listed buildings NorthernIreland castle stub ...   more details

  1. Thomas Montgomery (politician)

    and his son and heir, Abraham Creighton, 1st Baron Erne Abraham Creighton , later the 1st Lord Erne ...   more details

  1. Lord Lieutenant of Fermanagh

    This is a list of those who have held the position of Lord Lieutenant of Fermanagh . The office was created on 23 August 1831. John Willoughby Cole, 2nd Earl of Enniskillen 17 October 1831 31 March 1840 John Crichton, 3rd Earl Erne April 1840 3 October 1890 John Crichton, 4th Earl Erne 1885 2 December 1914 John Ernest Francis Collum 31 March 1915 1948 John Henry Michael Cole, 5th Earl of Enniskillen 25 September 1948 19 February 1963 Basil Brooke, 1st Viscount Brookeborough 26 April 1963 February 1969 vacant Thomas Scott army officer Major General Thomas Scott 17 June 1971 30 July 1976 Robert Grosvenor, 5th Duke of Westminster 7 February 1977 19 February 1979 Viola Grosvenor, Duchess of Westminster 20 August 1979 1986 Henry Crichton, 6th Earl Erne Henry George Victor John Crichton, The Earl Erne , Royal Victorian Order KCVO 20 August 1986 present if you are updating the current incumbent, please change Order of precedence in Northern Ireland as well References cite web title Lieutenants and Lords Lieutenants Ireland 1831 2005 last Sainty first J. C. authorlink John Sainty civil servant url http office lieutenants ire.html accessdate 2008 06 07 http issues 60009 supplements 3 page.pdf London Gazette, Issue no. 60009, 31 December 2011 New Year Honours List 2012 Lord Lieutenancies Category Lord Lieutenancies of Northern Ireland Fermanagh ...   more details

  1. Springfield, County Fermanagh

    coord 54.392 7.697 display title region GB scale 5000 Springfield is a small village in County Fermanagh , Northern Ireland , near Enniskillen and Lough Erne . In the United Kingdom Census 2001 2001 Census it had a population of 69 people. It is situated in the Fermanagh District Council area. References http NI Neighbourhood Information System See also List of villages in Northern Ireland List of towns in Northern Ireland County Fermanagh Category Villages in County Fermanagh Fermanagh geo stub ...   more details

  1. Fermanagh (disambiguation)

    Fermanagh may refer to County Fermanagh , one of the six counties of Northern Ireland Fermanagh Parliament of Ireland constituency till 1800 Fermanagh UK Parliament constituency 1801 85 Fermanagh GAA , intercounty tem Fermanagh District Council , one of the 26 district councils of Northern Ireland, covering a slightly larger area than the county Fermanagh Township, Juniata County, Pennsylvania , USA Viscount Fermanagh junior title of Earl Verney Baron Fermanagh junior title of Earl Erne Disambiguation ...   more details

  1. Faldo

    Faldo may refer to As a surname John Faldo 1633 1690 , an English nonconformist minister and controversialist Nick Faldo 1957 , an English golfer Stephen Faldo , skipper of the pleasure boat Marchioness In fiction Waldo Faldo , a character from the American television series Family Matters Other Faldo Course , a golf course in Lough Erne Resort, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland disambiguation ...   more details

  1. River Annalee

    Infobox River river name River Annalee image name August 2003 133w.jpg caption River Annalee , Butlersbridge origin Lough Sillan , County Cavan Cavan mouth Atlantic via the River Erne The River Annalee is a river in Ireland . It flows from Lough Sillan in County Cavan and heads westwards to Butlersbridge . From there is flows into the River Erne , which it joins at a complex of lakes west of the village. Flowing from Lough Sillan at Shercock and is joined by the Dromore River below Cootehill . There is some good fishing at Deredis near Butlersbridge and upstream of Cootehill in the stretch below Knappagh Bridge. The Rivers Bunnoe and Laragh are two main tributaries that join the river below Cootehill. Trout to over 3 lbs. are reported annually. ref http fishing salmon cavan.htm Northern Fisheries Board ref References reflist commonscat IrishRivers coord missing County Cavan DEFAULTSORT Annalee Category Rivers of County Cavan Cavan geo stub no Annalee ...   more details

  1. Crom Estate

    Crichton, 6th Earl Erne The Earl Erne and is not open to the public. The estate was gifted by the present Lord Erne to the National Trust in 1987. ref name BB Crom Estate was the location of a great ... bay using Norfork Broads One Designs brown boats , Lough Erne Fairies, Fife One Designs from Anglesea, and a pair of Colleens. Racing took place on Upper Lough Erne within sight of the castle, and the boats ... land home landscape home country landscape 11 11 bio.htm DOENI Upper Lough Erne biodiversity profile ...   more details

  1. Ninnidh

    Ninnid of Inishmacsaint, Lough Erne, Co. Fermanagh. In http oclc 70174135 The Modern ...   more details

  1. Tirkennedy

    Tirkennedy derive Irish T r Cennfhota country of the long head is a Barony country subdivision barony in County Fermanagh , Northern Ireland . ref name PRONI To its west lies Lough Erne Lower Lough Erne and south Lough Erne Upper Lough Erne , and it is bordered by seven other baronies Clanawley and Magheraboy to the west Lurg and Omagh East to the north Clogher barony Clogher to the east Magherastephana and Knockninny to the south. ref name PRONI Despite its name, Tirkennedy has nothing to do with the modern personal name of Kennedy. Rather it takes its name from the epithet of Fergus son of Cremthann, the eponymous ancestor of the Ui Chremthainn . ref name CassidyClan Fergus lived in the late fifth century and was known as Cennfhota or long head . His descendants became known as the Ui Chennfhota , with the kingdom of Tir Cennfhota receiving its first mention in the Annals in 1349. ref name Tirkennedy ref name CassidyClan The Devine lang ga Daimh n sept were cited as Lords of Tirkennedy , ref name CassidyClan ref name UlsterNames and were a leading Fermanagh sept up to and including the fifteenth century, when their power was broken by the O Neills to the north and the Maguires to the south. ref name UlsterNames Under the Maguires, the MacManus sept became hereditary supervisors of the fisheries in Tirkennedy. ref name HistoryInMaps List of main settlements Ballinamallard Enniskillen east of the River Erne Lisbellaw Tempo List of civil parishes File Barony of Tirkennedy.png thumb right 250px Civil parishes within the barony of Tirkennedy, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland Below is a list of civil parishes in Tirkennedy ref name PRONI Parishes Cleenish split with baronies of Magheraboy and Clanawley Derrybrusk split with barony of Magherastephana Derryvullen split with barony of Lurg Enniskillen Magheracross split with barony of Omagh East Trory split with barony of Lurg References reflist refs ref name PRONI http index local history geographical ...   more details

  1. Magheraboy

    Magheraboy derive Irish Machaire Bui yellow plain is a Barony country subdivision barony in County Fermanagh , Northern Ireland . ref name PRONI To its east lies Lough Erne Lower Lough Erne , and it is bordered by three other baronies in Northern Ireland Lurg to the north Tirkennedy to the east and Clanawley to the south ref name PRONI It also borders two baronies in the Republic of Ireland Tirhugh to the north and Rosclogher to the south. The name Magheraboy doesn t receive a mention until 1585, when it is described in the Composition Book of Connacht as the halfe Toe tuatha of Magheraboy . ref name JSTOR It was the year 1585, during the reign of Elizabeth I of England Elizabeth I that most of the modern baronies and Counties of Northern Ireland counties of Ulster would first be created. The barony s boundaries however coincide with those of an ancient territory known as Tuath Ratha people tribe of the fort , the principal family of which was the O Flanagans lang ga Flannag in , the ruling family of the Cen l Cairbre Tuath Ratha . ref name UlsterNames ref name JSTOR The O Flanagans were an important medieval family based at Ballyflanagan present day townland of Aghamore, County Fermanagh Aghamore in Magheraboy, and they once controlled the entire western side of Lower Lough Erne from Belleek, County Fermanagh Belleek to Belmore Mountain . ref name UlsterNames List of main settlements Belleek, County Fermanagh Belleek south of the River Erne Derrygonnelly Enniskillen west of the River Erne List of civil parishes File Barony of Magheraboy.png thumb right 250px Civil parishes within the barony of Magheraboy, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland Below is a list of civil parishes in Magheraboy ref name PRONI Parishes Boho split with barony of Clanawley Cleenish split with the baronies of Clanawley and Tirkennedy Devenish Inishmacsaint Rossorry split with barony of Clanawley References reflist refs ref name PRONI http index local history geographical ind ...   more details

  1. List of islands by name (I)

    Australia Inhaca Island Inhaca flag Mozambique Inish Beg Lough Erne flag Ireland Inish Conra flag Ireland Inish Davar flag Ireland Inish Divann flag Ireland Inish Doney Lough Erne flag Ireland Inish Fovar Lough Erne flag Ireland Inish Free Lough Gill flag Ireland Inish Lougher Lough Erne flag Ireland Inish More Lough Erne flag Ireland Inishbiggle County Mayo flag Ireland Inishbofin, Donegal Inishbofin ... Upper Lough Erne flag Ireland Inisheer Aran Islands flag Ireland Inishkea North County Galway flag Ireland Inishkea South County Galway flag Ireland Inishleague Lough Erne flag Ireland Inishlirroo Upper Lough Erne flag Ireland Inishlught Upper Lough Erne flag Ireland Inishmaan Aran Islands flag Ireland Inishmacsaint Lough Erne flag Ireland Inishmakill Lough Erne flag Ireland Inishmore Aran Islands flag Ireland Inishmurray flag Ireland Inishark flag Ireland Inishturk Lough Erne flag Ireland ...   more details

  1. Waterways Ireland

    Infobox company name Waterways Ireland logo File waterways ireland logo.svg 200px caption type Implementation body genre fate predecessor successor foundation 1999 founder defunct location city location country location Enniskillen , Co Fermanagh locations area served key people industry products services revenue operating income net income aum assets equity owner num employees parent divisions subsid homepage http footnotes intl Waterways Ireland lang ga Uiscebheala ireann Ulster Scots dialects Ulster Scots Watterweys Airlann ref Watt rgates Airlann is also used. ref is one of the six all Ireland North South Ministerial Council North South implementation bodies established under the Belfast Agreement in 1999. It is responsible for the management, maintenance, development, and restoration of inland navigable waterways primarily for recreational purposes. Included as inland waterways are the River Barrow Barrow Navigation , the River Erne Erne System , the Grand Canal Ireland Grand Canal , the River Bann Lower Bann , the Royal Canal of Ireland Royal Canal , the Shannon Erne Waterway and the River Shannon Shannon Navigation . Waterways Ireland has its headquarters in Enniskillen , Northern Ireland , and regional offices in Carrick on Shannon , Dublin , and Scarriff in the Republic of Ireland . See also Canals of Ireland Rivers of Ireland References reflist Category Water transport in Ireland Category Organizations established in 1999 Category Transport in Northern Ireland Category All Ireland organisations IrishRivers Ireland topics Dublin transport Ireland org stub Ireland maritime stub Coord 54.3432 7.6482 display title de Waterways Ireland no Waterways Ireland ...   more details

  1. Knockninny

    Knockninny derive Irish Cnoc Ninnidh St. Ninnidh s hill is a Barony country subdivision barony in County Fermanagh , Northern Ireland . ref name PRONI To its east lies Lough Erne Upper Lough Erne , and it is bordered by four other baronies in Northern Ireland Clanawley to the north west Tirkennedy to the north Magherastephana to the north east and Coole barony Coole to the east. ref name PRONI It also borders two baronies in the Republic of Ireland Loughtee Lower to the south and Tullyhaw to the south west. Knockninny is believed to takes its name from St. Ninnidh , a 6th century saint. St. Ninnid is listed as one of the twelve apostles of Ireland , and bore the epithet of Saobhruisc meaning squinting , given rise to the names the squinting saint or one eyed saint . ref name CassidyClan The hill of St. Ninnid lies on the southern shore of Upper Lough Erne. ref name HistoryInMaps Before 1450 there is no mention of this barony s name, however the land is noted as being an early Maguire stronghold, with a MacManus lang ga Mac Maghnuis sept of Clan Maguire centered here. ref name CassidyClan ref name HistoryInMaps List of main settlements Derrylin List of civil parishes File Barony of Knockninny.png thumb right 250px Civil parishes within the barony of Knockninny, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland Below is a list of civil parishes in Knockninny ref name PRONI Parishes Gallon split with baronies of Clankelly and Coole Kinawley Tomregan References reflist refs ref name PRONI http index local history geographical index baronies .htm PRONI Baronies of Northern Ireland ref ref name PRONI Parishes http geogindx ferm.htm PRONI CIvil Parishes of County Fermanagh ref ref name CassidyClan http odonovanletters.htm The Letters of John O Donovan ref ref name HistoryInMaps http irlkik ihm baronie2.htm The Baronies of Ireland Family History ref County Fermanagh coord missing County Fermanagh Cate ...   more details

  1. Nagnatae

    infobox religious group group Nagnatae flag flag caption image image caption population founder regions Northern Connacht tablehdr region1 pop1 ref1 region2 pop2 ref2 region3 pop3 ref3 religions scriptures languages Irish language Gaelic related c notes The Nagnatae or Magnatae were a people of ancient Ireland , recorded in Ptolemy s 2nd century Geography Ptolemy Geography as living in northern Connacht . Ptolemy also records a town, Nagnata or Magnata , in their territory, between the mouths of the rivers Ravius , thought to be the River Roe Roe , and Libnius , thought to the River Erne Erne . ref Ptolemy , Geography Ptolemy Geography http Thayer E Gazetteer Periods Roman Texts Ptolemy 2 1 .html 2.1 ref ref Theodore Moody ed. , A New History of Ireland , Oxford University Press, 1984, p. 98 ref T. F. O Rahilly O Rahilly suggests a connection between the Nagnatae and the Fir l n cmacht , a people of early Connacht, assuming a degree of corruption in the transmission of both names. ref name OR T. F. O Rahilly , Early Irish History and Mythology , Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1946, p. 2, 11 12 ref References reflist Ptolemy s Ireland Category Ancient Ireland Category Ancient peoples Category Ethnic groups in Europe Category Ethnic groups in Ireland Category Connacht ireland stub es Nagnatae ...   more details

  1. Arney

    Infobox UK place official name Arney irish name an Arna scots name static image name Arney RC Church 492373.jpg static image caption Arney Catholic church map type Northern Ireland latitude 54.296141 longitude 7.670259 irish grid reference population 114 population ref small United Kingdom Census 2001 2001 Census small unitary northern ireland Fermanagh District Council Fermanagh lieutenancy northern ireland County Fermanagh constituency westminster Fermanagh and South Tyrone UK Parliament constituency Fermanagh and South Tyrone constituency ni assembly Fermanagh and South Tyrone Assembly constituency Fermanagh and South Tyrone country Northern Ireland post town postcode area BT postcode district dial code 028 hide services yes website Arney Irish derived place name an Arna ref http 121002.aspx Placenames Database of Ireland ref is a small village in County Fermanagh , Northern Ireland . It lies to the southwest of Enniskillen , between the village of Bellanaleck and the Five Points crossroads. Arney takes its name from the Arney River that feeds Upper Lough Erne Lough Erne . It had a population of 114 people along with Skea, County Fermanagh Skea in the United Kingdom Census 2001 2001 Census . References references http NI Neighbourhood Information System County Fermanagh Category Villages in County Fermanagh Fermanagh geo stub ...   more details

  1. Ronald Crichton

    Ronald Crichton 28 December 1913 &ndash 16 November 2005 was a music critic for the Financial Times in the 1960s and 1970s. He was a scion of the Earl of Erne Earls of Erne . He was born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire Scarborough , North Yorkshire . He was a son of Colonel Charles William Harry Crichton, DSO 1872 1958 , by his wife Dorothy Maud who died in 1959 , daughter of the Hon. Eustace Henry Dawnay, scion of the Viscount Downe Viscounts Downe . Crichton shared the latter years of his life with Juan Soriano, in Eastbourne and later in Barcelona , where Soriano came from. He died unmarried in 2005 in Arenys de Mar, town some 25 miles North Barcelona City. He edited books on the works of Manuel de Falla and Ethel Smyth . He was working on a history of French opera when he died. References The Times obituary, November 18, 2005 erratum from December 14, 2005 Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Crichton, Ronald ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 28 December 1913 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 16 November 2005 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Crichton, Ronald Category British music critics Category Opera critics Category 1913 births Category 2005 deaths Category People from Scarborough, North Yorkshire England writer stub UK journalist stub Opera bio stub ...   more details

  1. HMS Wessex

    Four ships of the Royal Navy , and a division of the Royal Naval Reserve have borne the name HMS Wessex , after the historical Anglo Saxons Anglo Saxon kingdom of Wessex HMS Wessex D43 HMS Wessex was an V and W class destroyer Admiralty W class destroyer launched in 1918 and sunk in 1940 in an air attack off Calais . HMS Wessex was to have been a W and Z class destroyer Z class destroyer, but was renamed HMS Zenith R95 HMS Zenith prior to launch. HMS Wessex R78 HMS Wessex was a W and Z class destroyer W class destroyer, previously named HMS Zenith , but renamed prior to launching in 1943. She was transferred to the South African Navy in 1950 and renamed SAS Jan van Riebeeck . She was decommissioned in 1975, and sunk as a target in 1980. HMS Wessex was the Southampton base of the Royal Naval Reserve , established after the Second World War and closed in 1994. In addition, two ships that served at different times as tenders to the base were also known as HMS Wessex HMS Derg K257 HMS Derg , a River class frigate River class frigate , was HMS Wessex between 1951 and 1954. HMS Erne U03 HMS Erne , a Black Swan class sloop Black Swan class , sloop was HMS Wessex between 1952 and 1965. Shipindex DEFAULTSORT Wessex, Hms Category Royal Navy ship names ...   more details

  1. Donegal Corridor

    Corridor was a narrow strip of Irish airspace linking Lough Erne to the international waters of the Atlantic ... was carried out on Lough Erne with a view to having flying boat bases built there. This was the most ... were based on Lough Erne. They were not permitted to fly over the territory of ire. This meant that they had ... James Maffey, the British representative in Dublin. An agreement was reached whereby the Lough Erne .... Some nine U boats were confirmed as having been sunk by the Lough Erne Sunderland and Catalina flying ... famous sorties was that of a Lough Erne Catalina that spotted the Bismarck when it was escaping ... territory en route to Atlantic patrols, thus allowing flying boats based at Lough Erne , in Northern ... Between Lough Melvin in Co Leitrim and the River Erne in Co Donegal , Co Donegal narrows and separates ... of the River Erne ref name indy The base itself was at RAF Castle Archdale . ref name sligo cite web ... Consolidated Catalina flying boat from No. 209 Squadron RAF based at Lough Erne located the German ... of the war, 320 men had died in 41 missions by flying boats based at Lough Erne. In 2007, memorial ...   more details

  1. 1660s BC

    Decadebox BC 166 Events and trends 1662 BC May 22 Lunar eclipse Lunar Saros cycle Saros 33 begins. http eclipse LEsaros LEsaros1 175.html Significant people 1664 BC Death of Arpachshad , son of Shem Shem, son of Noah , according to the Hebrew Calendar Category 1660s BC Category Decades 833 bs 1660te p.n.e. ca D cada del 1660 aC da 1660 erne f.Kr. eu K. a. 1660ko hamarkada fa ka . . 1660 ms 1660 an SM sk 60. roky 17. storo ia pred Kr. sh 1660 e pne. war 1660 nga dekada UC zh 1660 ...   more details

  1. 1610s BC

    Unreferenced date December 2009 Decadebox BC 161 Events and trends Significant people King Tang of Shang of China King Tang of Shang Dynasty Shang of China 1617 BC 1588 BC DEFAULTSORT 1610s Bc Category 1610s BC Category Decades 838 bs 1610te p.n.e. ca D cada del 1610 aC da 1610 erne f.Kr. es A os 1610 a. C. eu K. a. 1610ko hamarkada fa ka . . 1610 ms 1610 an SM sk 10. roky 17. storo ia pred Kr. sh 1610 e pne. war 1610 nga dekada UC zh 1610 ...   more details

  1. John Creighton

    John Creighton may refer to John Oliver Creighton , American astronaut John W. Creighton, Jr. , American businessman John Creighton, 1st Earl Erne , Irish peer Lieutenant John Creighton , American Naval officer involved in the Little Belt Affair in 1811 John Creighton judge 1721 1807 , a lawyer and judge in Nova Scotia John Creighton Nova Scotia politician 1794 1878 , a lawyer and politician in Nova Scotia, Canada John A. Creighton , businessman in Omaha, Nebraska See also Creighton disambiguation hndis name Creighton, John ...   more details

  1. Portora Castle

    Use dmy dates date April 2012 coord 54.351 7.655 display title region GB scale 10000 File Portora Castle.jpg thumb right 250px Portora Castle 2007 Portora Castle is a castle in Enniskillen , County Fermanagh , Northern Ireland. The castle was built for Sir William Cole who purchased the land in 1612. It is strategically positioned by the narrow exit of the River Erne into the Lower Lough Erne . It is a State Care Historic Monument sited in the townland of Portora, in Fermanagh District Council area, at grid ref H2221 4531. ref cite web title Portora Castle work Environment and Heritage Service NI State Care Historic Monuments url http state care monuments 2007.pdf accessdate 3 December 2007 ref Features In 1619 Nicholas Pynnar described the castle as a bawn of lime and stone, 2.5m square, approximately 4m high, with four flankers and a stone house or castle three storeys high, strongly wrought . Three of the flankers remain, the two on the west, flanking the walls of the castle. These round towers, about 3m in diameter, have several gun loops. Inside the castle can be seen proper fireplace chimneys in the north and west walls. History Sir Michael Cole and his family moved to Portora Castle in 1710 when their previous residence, Enniskillen Castle , was hit by fire. They remained there until about 1716, when Sir Michael s son, John Cole 1680 1726 , started building Florence Court . The ford at Portora was important in the Erne Waterways and must have seen considerable traffic in peace and war. In the course of the Erne Drainage Scheme 1951 1960 a bronze dirk and stone axes were recovered at this point. The castle is now in ruins partly because a group of truanting school boys from nearby Portora Royal School , experimenting with gunpowder they learnt how to create in chemistry class, blew up a section in the latter part of the 19th century. They also tried digging under the building which added to its dereliction. See also Castles in Northern Ireland ...   more details

  1. Harlem Tommy Murphy

    Infobox Boxer name Harlem Tommy Murphy nationality flagicon USA USA realname Tommy Murphy weight Lightweight birth date April 13, 1885 birth place New York, NY death date death date and age 1958 11 26 1885 04 13 mf y style Orthodox total 142 wins 85 KO 25 losses 31 draws 26 no contests 0 Harlem Tommy Murphy is an American boxer from New York, NY . In his first nine first, he was undefeated, winning six and getting three draws. He fought many great fighters in his long career, which lasted from 1903 to 1919. He compiled a final record of 85 wins, 31 losses, and 26 draws. border 1 cellpadding 2 Opponent Location Winner Note Tommy Love Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Murhpy by decision Tommy Love Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Murhpy by decision Abe Attell Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Attell by decision Terry McGovern boxer Terry McGovern Philadelphia, Pennsylvania McGovern by TKO Matty Baldwin Massachusetts Baldwin by decision Johnny Summers Boxer Johnny Summers Philadelphia, Pennsylvania draw Harry Harris boxer New York, NY Harris by disqualification Young Erne Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Erne by decision Matty Baldwin Massachusetts draw Matty Baldwin Massachusetts Murphy by decision Young Erne Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Erne by decision Abe Attell New York, NY Murphy by decision Abe Attell New York, NY Attell by decision Packey McFarland McFarland Packey McFarland McFarland Packey McFarland McFarland Packey McFarland McFarland Abe Attell California Murhpy by decision Abe Attell California draw External links http list bouts.php?human id 9829&cat boxer&pageID 1 http media index.php?title Human 9829 Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Moran, Owen ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH April 13, 1885 PLACE OF BIRTH New York, NY DATE OF DEATH November 26, 1958 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Moran, Owen Category 1885 births Category 1958 deaths Category Boxers from New York Category International Boxing Hall of Fame inductees US b ...   more details

  1. Lurg

    Fermanagh Belleek north of the River Erne Ederney Irvinestown Kesh, County Fermanagh Kesh List of civil ...   more details

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