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KINCLAVEN CASTLE (Ruins of) Kinclaven Castle (Ruins of)

Kinclaven Castle (Ruins of)
Mr Stewart Meikeour
Rev. [Reverend] Mr Ross Kinclaven
Mr Aitchison Kinclaven Ferry
New Stat. [Statistical] Account
Old Stat. [Statistical] Account
Fullarton's Gazetteer
074 The remains of a strong building situated in the east of the parish on the banks of the River Tay. Portions of the outside walls are all that now remains, they are about 5 feet thick and forming a complete square. The river is its only natural defence. The only tradition that can be gleaned in the locality regarding it is, that it was burned by Sir William Wallace and his followers.

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74-3 -- Parish of Kinclaven -- Perthshire

"The royal castle of Kinclaven, now
in ruins, is the only object interesting to
the Antiquarian in the parish. It is said
to have been built by Malcolm
Canmore and continued to be occasion-
ally occupied by the royal family
during several centuries after it was
erected." New Stat. [Statistical] Account

"Kinclaven Castle on the banks of
the Tay remains in ruins, and unless
destroyed by some modern Goth, Will
continue for ages to exhibit an example
of the ancient strongholds of Scotland."
Old Stat. [Statistical] Account

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