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Lord Blantyre - Various - Spotlight On Scotland (Vinyl, LP)



  1. The lands formerly belonged to the Dunbars, of Enterkin, in which family they remained till the Reformation, when they were purchased by Walter Stewart, son of Lord Minto, treasurer of Scotland, upon whom, on the suppression of monastic establishments, the ancient priory of this place was bestowed by James VI, who also created him Lord Blantyre.
  2. Blantyre Celtic Football Club were a Scottish football club that played under the auspices of the Scottish Junior Football tiopusfalenonnuscfatamapnacordre.coinfo in as Blantyre United, they changed their name to Blantyre Celtic two years tiopusfalenonnuscfatamapnacordre.coinfo home ground was near Springwell in Blantyre and they had as local rivals Blantyre Victoria, known locally as the Vics.. In many ways they were the poorer cousin.
  3. A recent album, Mac-Talla Nan Creag, was the result of several Edinburgh-based artists, including Wounded Knee, Other Lands, Lord Of The Isles and Todd himself, spending time in the Highlands to.
  4. Blantyre Telegraph, Blantyre, South Lanarkshire. 18, likes · 2, talking about this. Blantyre's free online news website. A collection of our own local Blantyre news and breaking news from.
  5. Apr 27,  · “The Blantyre Oscars” is a fantastic annual glittering extravaganza for the town of Blantyre, South Lanarkshire!! First held in , the annual event Celebrates local Music & Entertainment, Local Business, Youth Organisations, Environmental Pride, Inspirational Individuals, Lifetime achievements and Heroism & Kindness in our community.
  6. Lord Blantyre The title of Lord Blantyre was a title in the Peerage of Scotland; it was created in and became extinct in Lords Blantyre () Walter Stewart, 1st Lord Blantyre (d. 8 March ) William Stewart, 2nd Lord Blantyre (d. 29 November ) Walter Stewart, 3rd Lord Blantyre (d. October ) Alexander […].
  7. The monument is the remains of Blantyre Priory, a small monastery founded in the early 13th century. The priory is visible as a group of ruinous masonry structures and earthworks. Remains of the priory's main buildings lie at the eastern side of the site, on the edge of .

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