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Saintfield is a town located in mid-County Down situated roughly halfway between Belfast and Downpatrick on the A7 road running east to west across the A7 is the B6 road to the west of the crossroads is main street which takes you towards Lisburn and Ballynahinch and to the east is station road which takes you towards Killyleagh.

Saintfield is probably most famous for the battle that took place there in June 1798, between the United Irishmen and the York fencibles and local yeomanry part of the Irish rebellion .

Last updated: 08-12-2005 03:25:42
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