Thanks for posting the link.
Lots of interesting data here - and some of the letters touch the heart!
I understand that in earlier times eels were commercially fished - can one
still catch eels anywhere in Fermanagh, and do you know if they were used by
the locals as a food source in earlier days?
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This is a link to a WEIR letter which I found on the above site. Gives a
little pen picture of life in the old country.
Incidently Weir's Bridge was named after the two Eel Weirs on the River
Erne where it was built.
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