This is the first ref to Snowhill I have found. The Inscription was originally recorded by
Lady Dorothy Lowry-Corry and published in the Journal of the Association for the
Preservation of Memorials of the Dead in Ireland VOL IX 1915.
From "Old Irish Graveyards, County Fermanagh Vol V" by
[Derryvullan Old Churchyard (Page 37)
(Coat of arms and motto 'Sine Labe Note' . Written Record)
This monument is presumed to be that of LAURENCE CRAWFORD of Carrowmacmea, County
Fermanagh who died in 1731 and erected by his son John at the cost of £5. He had two other
sons, William of SNOWHILL County Fermanagh, and James of Enniskillen. It is more likely
that Laurence was buried on the site or in the family vault as the stone is not in its
original position. The Crawfords held land from the Corrys of Castle Coole. Laurence
Crawford's mother was Anne the sister of John Corry of Castle Coole who died circa
1683 and his daughter Margaret married James Corry of Carrowmacmea.
(Vault at east end of church. Written record.)
The Crawford family of Carrowmacmea had a vault in this churchyard which is believed to be
this one. Family members who are known to be buried at Derryvullan are Laurence Crawford
of Carrowmacmea, who died 1731, Laurence, thirs son Henry Crawford of Millwood, County
Fermanagh, who died 1755, Henry's wife, who was a daughter of Captain Alexander
ACHESON and died before her husband Jason Crawford, (son of Lawence's second son
Robert Crawford of Aughnacloy, County Fermanagh) of Laurencetown County Meath, who died
circa 1808 and wanted to be buried with his ancestors in the family vault at Derryvullan.
There are probably other family members buried here.]
I can't remember, without going through old emails who it was who was looking for
SNOWHILL but I considered this very compact family history of the Crawford/Corry
inscriptions written by Lady Dorothy Lowry-Corry, herself a noted Historian, and a
descendant of the Corry mentioned would interest many listers.