"Mr RBT. ROGERS, ENNISKILLEN. We regret to announce the death of Mr. Robert Rogers, Enniskillen, which took place place after a painful operation at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast. on Friday last. The deceased served his Majesty's 1st Battalion 27th Enniskillings in the Zulu War of 1878-79 in which he was very severely wounded, being discharged from the Army on a wounds pension for life.
The deceased was for many years a faithful employee of the Enniskillen Gas Company, and popular with all who knew him. The funeral took place on Sunday evening, the 8th inst., from the residence of his son, Castle Street, Enniskillen, to the New Cemetery, the remains being accorded full military honours, the coffin being covered with the Union Jack, and the firing party consisting of a detachment of the Royal Sussex Regiment. A large detachment of the Ulster Special Constabulary, under Head-Constable O'Brien, from the Union Barracks, was also present as well as the Pipe Band of the Enniskillen "B" Constabulary, which played "Flowers of the Forest" at intervals. The Rev. Hubert MacManaway, M.A.. rector of Enniskillen. officiated both in the Mortuary Chapel and at the grave where three volleys were fired by the Royal Sussex and the Last Post sounded."
Fermanagh Times - Thursday 12 June 1924
(Apparently in 1840, the spelling 'Enniskillen' was changed to 'Inniskilling'.)