Does anybody know anything about the location in Armagh of this very famous battle in August 1598? To be honest, I'm not sure if it's in Armagh, Monaghan or Tyrone but the evidence seems to side towards Armagh.
According to the excellent Logainm.ie, Yellow Ford is in the townland of Cabragh in the civil parish ("paróiste dlí") of Grange. I have never heard of either of these places but I'd like to go up and see the site, which I hope is more interesting (i.e. marked) than the site of the Battle of Benburb in 1646 in Benburb, Tyrone (which incredibly had nothing to mark it).
Where is the nearest village/town next to the site of the Battle of Yellow Ford? Is there a monument there today to mark it?
Somebody on this website has a picture of what s/he claims is the "Actual Site Of The Battle Of Yellow Ford, Co. Tyrone". They do not however state where, precisely, it is in terms of townlands or directions, and the mention of Tyrone adds to confusion.
Would anybody have clarity on its location and the best place to head towards to see the commemoration stone?