To answer several queries. I did not visit Old Rossary Churchyard during my
Fermanagh visit last June (my first visit). My cousin Robin went there in
1960 and found it a sad place, all fallen down. I think that most of the
descendants of the people buried there are scattered around the world like my
family and there is no one to look after it.
I did visit New Rossary Church and met several very helpful people and
photographed the Memorial to my GG Grandfather which was moved from the Old Church
in 1841ish. The church was opened early ahead of a service (Removal) so I
could do so.
Some people say the church is uninteresting, but my wife and I both found it
delightful, and the churchyard immaculate.
I did not get to see the microfiche records at PRONI as I had to curtail my
visit to Belfast due to us both getting a chest infection. However, I was
given the list of gravestone inscriptions copied by the Rev WH Dundas and his
sister Miss AM Dundas. Not sure when this was done.
No Grahams. No Faussetts either, but they would have been in the vault,
which was the only remaining visible sign of tombs on Robins visit.