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MAUSOLEUM [Monzievaird Church] Mausoleum on site of Church Sir P. K. Murray
Mr.Hugh Millar
Mr.Peter McRostie
095 This building was erected in the year 1809 on the Site of the old parish Church of Monzievaird. Since then it has been used as a place of interment for the deceased members of the Ochtertyre family.
Site of CHURCH OF MONZIEVAIRD [Mausoleum on] Chur of Monievaird Johnstone's Co. [County] Map 095 "The old church of Monivaird, on the site of which now stands the Mausoleum of the family of Ochtertyre, was, in 1511, during the reign of James IV., the scene of a bloody tragedy of the feudal times, in which the clans of the Murrays and the Drummonds were the actors. A feud having been obtained between these two clans, a party of the Murrays proceeded to exact tithes and carry off spoil from the neighbouring lands of the Drummonds; and having defeated their enemies at Cnoc-Mary, in the parish of Muthill and succeeded in their object, were returning in triumph to their homes. At this Junction, Duncan Campbell of Dunstaffnage, attended by a body of his followers, arrived from Argyllshire, bent on avenging the death of his father-in-law, Drummond of Monzie, who with his two sons, had recently before been killed by some of the Murrays.The Campbells and Drummonds

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