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Ref_99.pdf
Carsphairn extract

Ref_98.pdf
Carsphairn extract

Ref_97.pdf
Carsphairn extract

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Ref_106.pdf
Carsphairn extract

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Carsphairn extract

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Carsphairn extract

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Carsphairn extract

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Carsphairn extract

Ref_100.pdf
Carsphairn extract

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(Identities have been obscured)

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Taken from The Diana Lawrence Collection

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Taken from The Diana Lawrence Collection

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Taken from The Diana Lawrence Collection

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Misc_99.pdf
Rev Seivewright, Alexander Borthtwick

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Plan of Properties at Carsphaim for 1919 auction

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Misc_179.pdf
Taken from The Diana Lawrence Collection

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Taken from The Diana Lawrence Collection

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Misc_133.pdf
Feb 1978, Issue 1

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Taken from The Diana Lawrence Collection

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Plan of Properties for 1919 auction

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Plan of Woodhead including portions of the adjacent farms in the Parish of Carsphairn, Property of the Honourable Mrs MacAdam Cathcart of Craigengillan. Surveyed by A E Thomson, Ayr 1838.

McCrae2.pdf
This folder the second of two about the McCrae family is mostly about the Canadian descendants of Marmaduke McCrae.

There is a section on John McCrae.

The last section is on the McCrae family in Carsphairn. It is not known if they, too, are…

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McCrae1.pdf
There were several McCrae families who left Carsphairn in the middle of the nineteenth century but they appear to be descended from Marmaduke McCrae who lived at Bridgend and is buried in Carsphairn Kirkyard.

Marmaduke had at least three sons,…

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Seaton4.pdf
This folder refers to the Sitons and Seatons of Tynron, Dumlriesshire and the James Seaton Family of Penpont (referred to in Seaton (3) and the Robert Seaton Family of New Abbey, Kirkcudbrightshire.

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McMillan4.pdf
We do not know how long this family lived at Strahanna but we do know that they were there in 1841 and that the family grave is in the Kirkyard at Carsphairn. After Carsphairn they moved to Moniaive but several of the sons and daughters went to…

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McMillan1.pdf
The second folder on the McMillans of Carsphairn contains information about Campbell McIntosh McMillan who was killed during the Second World War and some extracts from Jane Abel’s (nee McMillan) book “Reflections of a Grandmother” which include her…

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McMillan1.pdf
This family are descended from Hugh Campbell and Grizel Gordon. Their granddaughter Agnes, born in 1807 married Robert MacMillan in 1829 and thus was founded the Macmillan/McMillan family which made a huge contribution to
community life for the next…

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Harper2.pdf
The Harpers at Furmiston

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Main Street, Carsphairn taken from the West showing Sheep down street

(First Card) Postmark Carsphairn 25.8.1908
To Mrs A.B. Cape, Bonnygate Manse, Cupar, Fife
Transcript '25th Aug 1908. We intend leaving here tomorrow (Wed) and expect to arrive…

The Adventures of Quintin Campbell.pdf
written by Rev. David Bartholomew in 2020

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Rev John Campbell.pdf
written by Rev. David Bartholomew in 2020

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announcing the deaths of Miss Alice Clark Kennedy of Knockgray, Carsphairn and her brother Lt Col William Hew Clark Kennedy VC who died in Montreal

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located in Montreal, Canada

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Lt. Col. William Hew Clark Kennedy and his two brothers Captain Archibald DH Clark Kennedy and Captain Alexander K Clark Kennedy

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taken at Knockgray in 1915

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in uniform of the Imperial Yeomanry

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Taken on the drive opposite Knockgray House 1886

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From the left - The Honourable Lettice Lucy Clark Kennedy d:1939, Leopald James b:1881 - d:1932, Alice Arthur b:1882 - d:1961, Lettice Eleanor b:1878 - d:1926, The daughter of John Waugh (gamekeeper), William Hew b:1878 - d:1961 and John William…

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Was trained by Standard Life in Edinburgh along with his brother Archibald. He served in the Boer War and was wounded. On his return he was sent to Canada and, on the outbreak of the First World War, joined the Canadian Infantry Brigade. He became…

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taken from 1987 Exhibition - Woodhead Leadmines

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taken from 1987 Exhibition - Woodhead Leadmines

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taken from 1987 Exhibition. - Woodhead Leadmines

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taken from 1987 Exhibition - Woodhead Leadmines

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taken from 1987 Exhibition - Woodhead Leadmines

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The Happy Heritage Steward

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The Village Policeman

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The Rubber Legged Fisherman

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The Lesser Spotted Twitcher

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The Chair Nesting Picnicer

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The Ground Nesting Golfer

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The Form Filling Farmer

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The Plummeting Pony Rider

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The Hairy Hill Shepherd

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The Hearty Hiker

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The Lurking Litter Bug

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The Autumnal Berry Picker

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Introduction

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Gravestone of Billy Marshall

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Fiddlers Brig

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Blithe Spirit

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Headless Boar of Lochinvar

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Loch Doon Castle

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Will-o-the-wisp

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Tinklers Loup

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This booklet was produced by Members of Carsphairn Heritage Group in 1988. It illustrates the annual exbition displayed for two weeks in the summer of that year at Lagwyne Hall, Carsphairn

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Booklet created by Pupils of Carsphairn Primary School in 1988 - used as part of the Heritage Group Exhibition that year 'Local Tales and Legends'

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Dalshangan House and driveway

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Hillend

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Garryhorn farm yard

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Horse and open carriage outside Post Office

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Salutation Hotel and Jamieson House

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The Shiel

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The Shiel

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Cadgerhole (sheep pens)

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Old Post Office, Carsphairn pre-war (McMillan’s House) – exhibition copy

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Bridge at The Moor showing the House in the background

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The Moor house

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Covenanters Tomb - Carsphairn Church

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Celtic Cross
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