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Medieval – Being West Kilbride

Category: Medieval

The Origin Myth of Portencross Castle

With my apologies to the Friends of Portencross whose continued hard work earns my greatest admiration and respect, but I feel the truth must out. The Myth A favourite local history myth is that the Boyd family built Portencross Castle around 1375. In April 2008, Glasgow University Archaeological Research Division (GUARD) said ” The medieval

Where we began…(1337)

The Chapel of St Brigid at Margnaheglish, Arran In 1337, Sir John de Menteith gave a considerable amount of land to Kilwinning Abbey. These lands included a huge portion of Arran and also lands we now recognise as our village centre. In these medieval times the King owned all the lands but recognised feudal Earls