Posted in 1680, 1684, 1689, Alexander Reid (Uphall), Bo'ness, Broxburn, Canongate Tolbooth, Covenanters, Donald Cargill, Duncan Stewart, earl of Linlithgow, Edinburgh, George Barclay, George Drummond of Carlowrie, James Clarkson, James Livingstone of Westquarter, James Nimmo (Boghall), Janet Filmerton, John Gibb, John King (d.1679), John Potter, John Skene of Hallyards, Kirkliston parish, Linlithgow, Linlithgow parish, Linlithgowshire, Livingston parish, Lord Cardross, Major William Carmichael, Margaret Storie, Northumberland, Robert Hamilton (Broxburn), Robert Malloch, Scotland, Scottish History, South Queensferry, Sweet Singers, Swine Abbey, Thomas Kennoway, Uphall parish, Walter Smith, Westquarter Tags: Broxburn, but do not reblog in FULL without the express permission of the author @drmarkjardine, Covenanters, Early modern history, Edinburgh, History, Livingston, Return to Homepage Text © Copyright Dr Mark Jardine. All Rights Reserved. Please link to this post on Facebook or retweet it, Scotland, Wooler
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