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INCHNOCK TOWER (In Ruins) Inchnock Tower (in ruins)
Inchnock Tower (in ruins)
Inchnock Tower (in ruins )
Inchnock Tower
Robert Jackson
William McLean Esqr of South Medrox
John McCulloch Woodend
Forrest's Co. (County) Map
Lease of Farm
002.16 The ruins of a Tower or Mansion which was long the residence and property of a family (named Steal ) who still ( by deed) keep the tomb in their possesion for burial.
What were the offices are still in good repair and are converted into dwellings occupied by Agricultural Labourers.
The date of this old ruin I cannot ascertain but as I am informed by William McLean it fell into ruins about the middle of the 17th Century. The property of William Jackson of Cambuslang who by marriage fell heir to the lands of Inchnock.
"In the northwest corner of this parish is Inchnock an old Castle of the Forsythes of Dykes. It is situated in the midst of woods, almost surrounded by Mosses of difficult access." Origenes Parochiales Scotia

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