Ingleston Farm Covenanters

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Reference WMO/273885


Ingleston Mains Farm

off the minor road on the south bank of Cairn Water

between Moniaive and Kirkland



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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Stone of remembrance
  • Stone Sandstone
Lettering: Incised
  • Scottish Covenanters (1638-1687)
About the memorial: Sandstone stone of remembrance shaped like a gravestone. This is onnprivate land-please ask permission, in advance, if visiting. As you drive up to the farm, the stone is behind the wall on the right - it's very overgrown. Note that while they were shot here there is no evidence that they were buried here, so this is a valid memorial
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"In this yard were shot John Gibson James Bennoch Robert Edgar Robert Mitchell & Robert Grier son April 28 : 1685 by Colonel Douglass and Livingstouns Dra goons for adhering to Christs King ly Government in his Church against tyrannie perjurie and prelacie"

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