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Irish: Lios na Daille
County Armagh
St John's Church of Ireland, Lisnadill - - 622940.jpg
St John's Church of Ireland, Lisnadill
Location: 54°18’4"N, 6°38’24"W
Population: 54
Post town: Armagh
Postcode: BT60
Dialling code: 028
Local Government

Lisnadill is a hamlet, townland and parish in County Armagh. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 54 people. It lies about three miles south of the county town, Armagh. Its name is from the Irish ‘’Lios na Daille’’, meaning “ringfort of the blindness”.[1][2]

Places of interest

The Drumconwell Ogham Stone stood in the townland of Drumconwell, on the ancient routeway to Eamhain Mhacha. It can now be seen in the Robinson Library in Armagh.


  • Frederick Francis Maude, born in Lisnadill on 20 December 1821, was a recipient of the Victoria Cross.


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