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Templenaffrin, County Fermanagh, Ireland

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Templenaffrin - County Fermanagh

Templenaffrin is a townland in the Electoral Division of Gardenhill; in the Civil Parish of Cleenish; in the Barony of Clanawley; County of Fermanagh, Ireland

Templenaffrin lies across the Sligo Road, close to Belcoo and Blacklion and the border with County Cavan.

Bordering townlands are -
Aughrim to the north
Belcoo East to the west
Carrontreemall to the east
Gortnaderg to the east

see Templenaffrin in townlands.ie - Templenaffrin

Griffith's Valuation in askaboutireland.ie c. 1862, for Templenaffrin, County Fermanagh
James Bracken is the 'immediate lessor' for this townland, owning and occupying the whole townland with the exception of a small holding in which the house is built, designated area 1b and occupied by Owen Leonard
the grazing land includes an ancient graveyard which would later be fenced by the local community
changes noted from the Valuation Revision Books (online at Proni)
- area 1A & 1B (house/offices/land) is occupied by James Bracken - in 1872; the Rev. Mark Whittaker becomes the 'immediate lessor' (this includes the church ruins & graveyard) In 1878, area 1Aa remains as described for area 1A above - area 1Ab is now designated 'graveyard.' By 1898, Anne Bracken is occupying areas 1A & 1B - By 1910, with the exception of the cottage occupied by Bernard Burns, Anne Bracken has become to sole occupier of Templenaffrin
- area 2a (house/offices/land) in 1864, is occupied by John Willis (James Bracken the 'immediate lessor') - area 2a passes to Robert Bracken in 1870; passes to James Bracken in 1878 and by 1898, area 2a is occupied by Anne Bracken
- area 2b (house/offices/land) in 1862 was occupied by Hugh Leonard; & passed to Owen Leonard by 1864 (James Bracken the 'immediate lessor') & is still with Owen Leonard in 1878. Area 2b passes to Kate Leonard
- area 2c is designated the graveyard & exempt from valuation (though the graveyard is actually in area 1B) the graveyard is later noted as area 1B in 1878 in same valuation book, & designated 1Ab in the new 1878 valuation book.
- a cottage labeled area 2d is now a house occupied by Bernard Burns.
- by 1878, an area 3 has been designated railway land set aside for the Sligo, Leitrim & Northern Counties Railway.
- for valuation purposes - Templenaffrin is transferred from Enniskillen to Holywell in 1923

Known Bracken residents in Templenaffrin

Richard Bracken 1785-1845 & Jane Howden & Mary Nixon
Richard Brackin 1810-1849
Ann Bracken 1813-1873 & Michael Crawford & Richard Bracken
James Brackin 1825-1886 & Jane Buchanan & Margaret Storey
Jane (Bracken ) Elliott c.1820-
John Howden Bracken 1828-1886 & Rebecca Bracken
Anne Bracken 1862-

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