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Court Tomb

<b>Ballymacdermot</b>Posted by CianMcLiamImage © Ken Williams (CianMcLiam)
OS Ref (GB):   J065239 / Sheet: 29
Latitude:54° 9' 10.69" N
Longitude:   6° 22' 10.97" W

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George Paterson recorded the following story about the tomb.
Sur' he saw no hurt in the breakin of it. But he never lived till finish it. For hundreds of years it has been there - maybe indeed since the beginning of time. I always remember it. Sure, it was there that I saw the first wee people.

From the Gap of the North by Noreen Cunningham & Pat Mcginn....
stubob Posted by stubob
4th October 2010ce


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In 1962 after excavation the monument was repaired, since the American Army on tank manoeuvres, during the Second World War, threw down some of the facade stones and broke them. stubob Posted by stubob
4th October 2010ce