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Re: Is it Lambeg or Drumbeg Ireland?
Posted by: Robert Matchett Date: June 03, 2001 at 01:43:10
In Reply to: Is it Lambeg or Drumbeg Ireland? by Tom White of 436

The name of the (townland you want is Lambeg)which is part of Lisburn large residential town just outside Belfast.
Lambeg is famous for making drums and is the centre of the linen Industry in Northern Ireland.
There is also a small town in County Londonderry called Drumbeg but Lambeg is probaly the one you want.


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