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Re: Is it Lambeg or Drumbeg Ireland?
Posted by: Robert Matchett Date: March 01, 2002 at 11:08:42
In Reply to: Is it Lambeg or Drumbeg Ireland? by Tom White of 436

Further researce on wether it is Lambeg or Drumbeg I have since found there was a parish called Hill Hall it lies between the Town of Hillsbrough and the Small City of Dromore in County Down.

The parish was once a large parish but has not been in existance for many years.
There still is 384 acres of land in that area which is called Hill Hall and my father was land Steward there for many years.

There was a large House at one time on the land were an Earl lived and there were many legends about the house it was supposed to be haunted.


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