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Where was ‘The Deer Slunk’ where the Wild Sweet Singers Hid in 1681? #History #Scotland

As it is Christmas Day, let’s find a ditch in the midst of a Scottish moor near Shotts where the militant, radical and mainly-female Sweet Singers lay hidden … It is a bit of mystery. Where was it? On the morning of 24 April, 1681, the Sweet...
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 25 Dec 2018

The Pentland Rising of 1666: Executed in Edinburgh on 22 December #History #Scotland

Three days after four were executed in Glasgow for the Pentland Rising of 1666, six more Covenanters were hanged in Edinburgh. Six were executed in Edinburgh on 22 December, 1666: 19. Mr Hugh MacKail. a minister. He left behind an individual martyrs’...
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 22 Dec 2018

The Pentland Rising of 1666: Executed in Glasgow on 19 December #History #Scotland

Five days of four were executed in Edinburgh for their roll in the Pentland Rising of 1666, four were executed in Glasgow. Four were executed at Glasgow on 19 December, 1666. All four had a gravestone erected to them in the churchyard of Glasgow Cathedral...
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 19 Dec 2018

The Covenanter Donald Cargill’s Narrow Escape at Watersaugh near Wishaw #History #Scotland

Near Wishaw is a ruined house where the Covenanter Donald Cargill is said to have escaped. Between mid 1679 and mid 1681, Cargill was probably the “Most-Wanted” fugitive in Scotland. Not only had he begun a rebellion against King Charles II...
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 17 Oct 2018

The British Army of the Killing Times in the Winter of 1685 #History #Scotland

  On 10 December, 1685, General William Drummond wrote a memorial of the winter quarters appointed for the King’s Scottish Army, aka., the British Army, until further orders. The modern regiments descended from these regiments are @scots_guards,...
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 23 Sep 2018

Helping the Escape of the Black Loch Covenanters in 1684 #History #Scotland

On Sunday 8 June, James Renwick field preached to a large body of Covenanters near Drumlach by the Black Loch. They then rode south via lands of Stane and Redmyre, where they drank at the house, before they turned west and headed for the Clyde. At the...
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 11 Feb 2018

Swords of the Covenanters: In Lesmahagow Parish #History #Scotland

In the mid Nineteenth Century, several swords of the Covenanters were held in Lesmahagow parish, Lanarkshire. ‘At Neu[c]k is preserved a Spanish trombuco or shoulder gun, with brass barrel and bell-shaped mouth; a plug dirk, being the origin of...
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 30 Dec 2017

The “Covenanters’ Hideout” near Cannonholm, Lesmahagow #History #Scotland

The Covenanters are often said to have hidden in gorges or in man-made caves. What was rumoured to have been one lay on the Hallhill Burn near Cannonholm Farm near Craignethan Castle. The evidence suggests that it was probably not used by the Covenanters,...
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 28 Dec 2017

A Ritual Execution in Lesmahagow in August, 1685 #History #Scotland

After the execution of Richard Rumbold on 26 June, 1685, the militant Society people struck back with a ritual execution in the place where he was captured, Lesmahagow. In August: ‘At this tyme, we had ane account of a barbarous murder committed...
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 26 Dec 2017

The Grave of the Wishaw Covenanter, Arthur Inglis: An Update #History #Scotland

I am very grateful to Maryellen for finding a photograph she has of where Arthur Inglis’ grave lay. Judging by the images, below, some fragments of it might remain, but you never know … Photograph © Copyright Maryellen McKenzie and...
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 12 Dec 2017

Testimony of James Stewart, A Wishaw Covenanter Hanged in 1681 #History #Scotland

  The Testimony of James Stewart, domestic servant to Thomas Steuart in Coltness in the parish of Cambusnethan, who was hanged at the Gallowlee, betwixt Edinburgh and Leith, on 10 October, 1681. ‘Dear Friends—I being in prison for Christ,...
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 8 Dec 2017

The Lost Oaks of Arthur Inglis, a Covenanter killed near Wishaw #History #Scotland

* I am extremely grateful to Maxine Ross for alerting me to this passage in Brown’s Historical Sketches of the Parish of Cambusnethan (1859) on the death of Arthur Inglis. It was a book I’d forgotten I had read many years before and contains...
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 3 Dec 2017

Making History: Can you find and photograph this Lost Covenanter’s grave? #History #Scotland. It is near #Wishaw & #Motherwell

The grave of Arthur Inglis, who was killed in 1679, lay in St Michael’s Churchyard near Netherton, also known as Old Cambusnethan. It was there in the 1960s, but has been vandalised and may have disappeared. This picture indicates the location of...
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 15 Nov 2017

Nine Covenanters Buried at Glasgow Cathedral #History #Scotland

On a stairway down to the crypt of Glasgow Cathedral, is a gravestone to some of the Covenanters executed in Glasgow. The stone is hard to see as it is in a pretty dark spot. The Crypt was formerly the Barony Church that Donald Cargill was the minister...
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 21 May 2017

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