Discover your ancestors who were buried in cemeteries in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, between 1669 and 2011. The records may reveal where and when your relatives were buried, their age, and details of how to find them in the cemetery. You may also be able to find such information as the erector of the memorial, other family members buried in the grave, and the deceased’s occupation and cause of death.

Each record comprises a transcript and a colour image of the headstone. The amount of information listed varies, but the records usually include a combination of the following information about your ancestor:

  • First name(s)
  • Last name
  • Birth year
  • Death year
  • Burial year
  • Age
  • Cemetery
  • Parish
  • County
  • Locator
  • Notes
  • Reference number


The image may contain additional details, including the memorial inscription and possibly any other grave markings. For example, David Anderson, who was buried in 1685 in St. Molaise Church of Ireland Graveyard, Devenish, has a skull and crossbones on his headstone. You may also be able to see from the photograph how well-maintained the grave is.