Enniskillen was a military town, Scott could of been a soldier posted there but there are Scott's living there.
Enniskillen was a town, a townland, a parish and a Poor Law Union. A PLU covered 12 mi.
Griffith Valuation is the next census substitute but isn't till 1862, when there are 37 Moffatt's, 3 from the Parish of Enniskillen, Andrew, Rebecca, Samuel. Also from the
If named William for her father, there are 3 Parish's for her father William Moffatt but only 1 Parish Kinawley with the Poor Law Union of Enniskillen:
Scott's there are 80 William Scott's 1860 and if your William Scott was in Ireland, any of these could be yours:
6 properties Parish Devenish, Poor Law Union Enniskillen
3 properties, Parish Trory, PLU Enniskillen
2 properties, Parish Rossory, PLU Enniskillen
While waiting for family responses, there is just 1 Moffatt in the UK phone book for Enniskillen and 15 Scott's, one of whom is a William. You could try writing letters, the Uk phone book comes with a complete address and postal code.
The Moffatt's address is within the old Union of Enniskillen and Parish.
Social Media such as Facebook is apparently very good for finding those long losts.
There are two birth and marriage resources for Fermanaghwww.emeraldancestor.com
free to view but pay for records &www.rootsireland.ie
pay for records, non profit Foundation.