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Coordinates: 54°26′03″N 7°40′57″W / 54.4341°N 7.6826°W / 54.4341; -7.6826 Killadeas Irish: Cill Chéile Dé Killadeas  Killadeas shown within Northern Ireland Population 90 (2001 Census) District Fermanagh County County Fermanagh Country Northern Ireland Sovereign state United Kingdom Postcode district BT Dialling code 028 EU Parliament Northern Ireland UK Parliament Fermanagh and South Tyrone NI Assembly Fermanagh and South Tyrone List of places: UK • Northern Ireland • Fermanagh Killadeas (from Irish: Cill Chéile Dé meaning "Culdee's church") is a small village in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, about 7 miles north of Enniskillen near the shores of Lower Lough Erne. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 90 people. It is within the Fermanagh District Council area. Contents 1 History 2 See also 3 References 4 External links History In the cemetery of the Parish 'Priory' Church of Killadeas are several interesting stones, probably the most noted is known as the Bishops Stone, a carved figure. To the west of this stone is a large slab, one side of which has at least ten cup-shaped hollows, which suggest this may be a multiple bullaun stone. Near to this is a holde stone and a pillar. Near Killadeas, on Lower Lough Erne, is Gublusk Bay which was a Royal Air Force base for Short Sunderland and PBY Catalina flying boats during World War II. Building at RAF Killadeas started in January 1941 and the first Catalinas arrived in March 1941. The site is now the home of the Lough Erne Yacht Club. The Manor House (Hotel), a converted and extended 19th century country manor, is also situated in Killadeas. The Killadeas Estate was acquired by Captain J Irvine in 1660, and the Manor House, previously konwn as 'Rockfield' (rebuilt 1860) remained part of the Irvine Estate until 1957, when it was purchased for use as a hotel. The Manor House, which has seen many alterations to its design over the centures, was for a brief period, used as an Officer's Mess and Headquarters for the American Forces, during World War II See also List of villages in Northern Ireland List of towns in Northern Ireland References NI Neighbourhood Information Service Megalithic Ireland - Killadeas Killadeas Stones Northern Ireland Airfields History of The Manor House External links Killadeas Pipe Band World War II Airfields - Killadeas Killadeas Church and Churchyard v · d · ePlaces in County Fermanagh List of places in County Fermanagh Towns Enniskillen Villages and townlands Aghadrumsee • Aghakeeran • Aghanaglack • Arney • Bellanamallard • Ballycassidy • Belcoo • Bellanaleck • Belleek • Blaney • Boho • Brookeborough • Carn • Carr • Castle Balfour • Castle Coole • Clabby • Clogherbog • Derrygonnelly • Derrylin • Derryvore • Donagh • Drumbegger • Drumlaghy • Drumskinny • Ederny • Florencecourt • Garrison • Glenkeel • Holywell • Irvinestown • Kesh • Killadeas • Kilnamadoo • Killydrum • Kinawly • Knockmore • Knocknahunshin • Knocks • Lack • Laragh • Letterbreen • Levally Lower • Lisbellaw • Lisnarick • Lisnaskea • Macken • Magheraveely • Maguiresbridge • Monea • Moylehid • Newtownbutler • Pettigo • Reyfad • Rosslea • Skea • Springfield • Tamlaght • Tattykeeran • Teemore • Tempo • Trory • Tullyhommon • Tullygerravra Landforms Badger Pot • Boa Island • Belmore • Benaughlin • Caves of Tullybrack and Belmore hills • Cliffs of Magho • Cuilcagh • Devinish • Hanging Rock • Knockmore • Lough Erne • Lough MacNean • Lough Melvin • Lustybeg Island • Lustymore Island • Marble Arch Caves • Slieve Beag • Slieve Rushen • White Island Baronies Clanawley • Clankelly • Coole • Knockninny • Lurg • Magheraboy • Magherastephana • Tirkennedy WikiProject Northern Ireland · WikiProject Ireland · Northern Ireland Portal · United Kingdom Portal · Ireland Portal 54°26′03″N 7°40′57″W / 54.4341°N 7.6826°W / 54.4341; -7.6826