Knockmanoul (1859)

On the Enniskillen circuit the Wesleyans, the Primitive Wesleyans, and the Presbyterians united together in holding open-air services, which were attended by vast numbers, and much good was done. The work soon extended to the surrounding country. Lisnaskea, Inishmore, and Knockmanoul all shared in the bless­ings of this gracious visitation. More than two hundred and fifty members were added to the Primitive Wesleyan Society alone.

From 'History of Methodism in Ireland', Volume III, by Crookshank, p522.

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