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Abbot's Grange Abbots Grange

Abbot's Grange
Grange of Bereford
Rev. [Reverend] John Kerr
Mr. David Leighton
John Kincaid Smith Esq.,
Nimmo's History of Stirling
025.13 This was the country seat of an Abbot around which there was a rampart and a ditch, and at the South east corner there was a draw-bridge, but all that now remains is the site of the foregoing surrounded with forest trees. There is nothing left of the building. Mr. Nimmo in his history of Stirlingshire volume 1, page 157 says "The Abbey of Newbattle had considerable possessions in Stirlingshire. David I made a donation to that monastery of a Salt-pan upon the lands of Callanter, with the privilege of fuel and common pasture in the wood of that name. The palace where the Salt-pan was situated still goes by the name of Salt-Pow[drake]. Adam de Morcham, who appears to have had a large estate in these parts, granted the same

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