Fermanagh

Fermanagh, an Irish county in the SW. corner of Ulster, of a hilly surface, especially in the W.; is well wooded, and produces indifferent crops of oats, flax, and potatoes; some coal and iron, and quantities of limestone, are found in it; the Upper and Lower Loughs Erne form a waterway through its centre; chief town, Enniskillen.

Population (circa 1900) given as 74,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Ferishtah * Fermat, Pierre de
Feretrum
Fergus
Ferguson, Adam
Ferguson, James
Ferguson, Patrick
Ferguson, Robert
Fergusson, James
Fergusson, Robert
Fergusson, Sir W.
Ferishtah
Fermanagh
Fermat, Pierre de
Fernandez, Juan
Fernando Po
Ferozepore
Ferrar, Nicholas
Ferrar, Robert
Ferrara
Ferrara
Ferrari, Gaudenzio
Ferrari, Paolo

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