The burial places of kings continue to be located in the British Isles, and this latest one is in East Belfast.
“….four centuries after the death of a Gaelic lord, the site in east Belfast where historic records say he is buried is up for sale to developers.
“….Look around the place names in east Belfast and you might notice a theme: Connswater Shopping Centre, Connswater Bridge, Connswater River.
“….They are named after Conn O’Neill, the Lord of Upper Clandeboye, referred to by some as the last King of Castlereagh, who ruled from 1601 to 1619….”
To read more go to this article.
And then resort to your piggy banks, because the site is up for sale!