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It is located in the Ballingry (or Navitie) area just south of Loch Leven, north of Dunfermline.This is a drawing of when it was still intact and with the loch surrounding it. This is a picture I took of the ruins of Lochore Castle on one of my trips to Scotland. Edward Henderson wrote a book about this whole area called "The History of Lochoreshire".Fonds also includes Mountain Park hockey crest, hand drawn map of the Luscar townsite, recipes from the Edmonton Journal dating back to 1949, program from a Luscar ice carnival dated 1951 and various Coal Branch newsletters; six yearbooks from Harry Collinge Highschool in Hinton; postcard written to Olive's father from 1911; calendar publised by Canadian Institute of Forestry for the years 1949-1990; map of Coal Valley Resources Inc.

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This picture appeared in the local newspaper telling about our visit.

Navitie House is in the area of Lochoreshire where Lochore (Inchgall) Castle and Ladath House are.

This is where the error came from of saying the Wardlaws were a sept of Maxwell, when in fact the Wardlaw were there much earlier. Saline, Fife, Scotland was an early abode of many Wardlaws and these old school records list the children registered in the school.

These original books of "Saline School Records" have been transcribed by me from the original records and are available in form here. Bishop Henry Wardlaw statue is finished and standing in the quadrangle in St. This was modeled after the bust of him which is still housed in the Visitor Center at St.

Rosyth Castle in the navy shipyards at Rosyth, Dunfermline.

Here we are wandering around a castle from the 1200's that was early on connected with our Stewart connection and then the Wardlaws. The dovecote is some distance away up a little hill. Bust of Bishop Henry Wardlaw in the Visitors Center at St. Bishop Henry Wardlaw was the nephew of Cardinal Walter Wardlaw, and founded the University of St. His grave can be seen in the middle of the ruins of the Cathedral. This house has been demolished and is now the site of Heriot-Watt University.

Abden House, also an early Wardlaw place in the 1600's, is in the village of Kinghorn on the Firth of Forth.

This picture shows Abden House in the middle of picture, slightly left center, farthest back building. The president of the Kinghorn Historical Society gave me pictures and an early map of this area showing Abden House and King's Gardens. This is Maxwell territory as well as early Wardlaw territory.

John worked in the Luscar mine from 1939-1941 on the Tipple. He was a member of the 1st Batallion Canadian Scottish Regiment. His career was interrupted by a shutdown, but he resumed work from 1975-1985 at which time he retired.

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