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The Battle of the Boyne was fought in 1690 between two rival claimants of the English, Scottish, and Irish thrones – the Catholic King James and the Protestant King William (who had deposed James in 1688) – across the River Boyne near Drogheda on the east coast of Ireland.
The inhabitants of Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, raised regiments of Foot and Dragoons in defence of their town in 1688 and were called locally, the Inniskillingers. King William III appointed Zachariah Tiffin, an English officer to be Colonel of the Inniskilling Regiment and as such they fought at the Battles of the Boyne and Aughrim. After 1751 they were generally known as the 27th Inniskillingers.