The townland of Bryandrum is in the parish of Mullaghbrack in Armagh County.It is labelled number 4 on the map.
The Environment and Heritage Service Sites and Monuments Record (2002) notes the following in this townland:
Enclosure of uncertain period
SMR NO: ARM 017:047
CONDITION: TRACES ONLY
"The site of a large oval "Fort" c.50m E-W x 60m N-S is shown on the OS 6" map of 1863. It was located on a gentle S-facing hill slope, but persistent cultivation in the area has removed almost all trace. All that remains is a curvilinear field bank, a drainage ditch and a farm lane which appear to follow the perimeter of the site on the NW. A large lime kiln has been constructed against the W side. "
PRONI records: FIN.23/2/2B/1186 (Robert G. Shields, tenant of Earl of Gosford.); OS/6/2/17/1 (Surveyed 1835. Engraved 1835.); OS/6/2/17/2 (Surveyed 1835. Engraved 1835. Revised 1860. Engraved 1863.); OS/6/2/17/3 (Surveyed 1835. Revised 1906. Published 1908. Reprinted 1929, 1932.); OS/6/2/17/4 (Surveyed 1906. Revised 1954-5. Levelled 1889, 1892 and 1906. Published 1958 (2 copies).); VAL/1B/213 (1st valuation records.); VAL/12B/10/34A, VAL/12B/10/34B, VAL/12B/10/34C, VAL/12B/10/34D, VAL/12B/10/34E (Valuation annual revision list.); VAL/2B/2/12A (Griffith valuation list.).
In the accompanying audio recording, Tommy Wallace talks about Bryandrum (1mins 19 s).
Use the audio controller to listen to this talk, given in 2013.