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Almond Castle (Continued) 030.10 [continued from page 38]
* that it was then a manorial residence of note. In that family it continued till, in 1633, the name of Almond was given to it, and Sir James Livingstone, second son of the first Earl of Linlithgow, was created a baron by that title. About the middle of the last Century it ceased to be inhabited, and still remains a fine specimen of the strength and durability of the materials, and masonry of ancient times."
Almond Wood Almond Wood
Almond Wood
Almond Wood
Almond Wood
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. James McFarlane
Mr. Matthew M. Henderson
Mr. Alexander Whyte
J. B. Hamilton Esqr.
031.10 A plantation chiefly planted with fir: it is about ½ mile in length and on an average about ⅛ in width; the Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway forms part of its northern boundary from which it stretches in a southerly direction till it meets a road at the Union Canal along which it runs for about 200 yards and afterwards takes a sweep in a north-easterly direction passing close to Almond Castle on the north
Property of William Forbes Esqr Callender House.

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