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Paisley Abbey Rental 1460 – 1550

PAISLEY ABBEY RENTAL 1460 – 1550

The Paisley Abbey Rental 1460-1550 is published by the Friends of Paisley Abbey, 208 pages, 22.4 x 15.6cm. It contains details of the rents, often in kind, paid for the extensive monastic properties in Renfrewshire & Ayrshire, as well as references to at least 400 surnames and to more than 1200 individuals. As such, it is an important tool for genealogical research and economic history during a period when such records are rare.

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The Paisley Abbey Rental is available from John Malden, 7 The Mill Building, Edington Mill, Duns TD11 3LE  (john.malden301@btinternet.com – 01890 819055) at a cost of Fifteen pounds (£15.00) including UK first class recorded postage; any profits will go to the Friends of Paisley Abbey.

Please send me _____ copy/ies of the Paisley Abbey Rental.

I enclose my cheque for ___________ Cheques should be made out to The Friends of Paisley Abbey

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Available now from Carn Publishing:

Turnberry Airfield – the latest title from Carn Publishing. Margaret Morrell’s lifetime research has been published in the ultimate history of Turnberry Airfield through two World Wars, plus details of what happened to the airfield between the wars and since. The book is full of airmen and other airfield staff’s memories and personal photographs, plus a unique selection of pictures of aircraft accidents, training methods, airfield buildings and original literature. The story of the associated aerial gunnery school at Loch Doon is included, plus accounts of all of the men and women who were killed at the airfield in the line of duty. At 576 pages this is a magnificent memorial to the airfield that lies partly below the golf course at Turnberry Hotel, but especially to the memory of those who served there.

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We were sent this email from Professor Rodger, it may be of interest to those who seek open access to historical records. Sorry that you might need a magnifying glass to read it. Some devices should be able to open a larger version by clicking on it.


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