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Re: Coltrane Scottish History
Posted by: L B Hayes Date: June 24, 2001 at 06:38:56
In Reply to: Coltrane Scottish History by Tim Coltrane of 149

The book "Second Daughter" gives a history of Wigton, Scotland that includes our William. It well describes the persecution between members of the Church of England and Church of Scotland. The author said there is one wall of Dunbar Castle still standing.


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