Closeburn

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  • Although Closeburn railway station is now closed, the Glasgow South Western Line still runs through the village.
  • There are no education facilities located in Closeburn.
  • Traditionally the Kirkpatrick family of Closeburn have held these lands since the ninth century.
  • He was a well-educated and had been for some time clerk to the Closeburn Lime Works.
  • Closeburn Station is a working farm in the area and is less than 2000 hectares in size.
  • The median/average age of the Closeburn population is 37 years of age.
  • There is a recycling drop off center at 5300 Closeburn Road inside the park.
  • In the 17th century the Kirkpatricks moved out of Closeburn to an adjacent, newly built manor house.
  • Underexposed picture of Closeburn Castle, Scotland, taken by me during the summer of 2000.
  • Eventually they made their way to Closeburn (north of Dumfries) in 1784.
  • The recently rebuilt school gained its name, Wallace Hall Academy, on amalgamation with the nearby Closeburn school of that name.
  • The River Nith is on the western boundary of the parish of Closeburn.
  • The aged earl was taken in the fight, by a son of Kirkpatrick of Closeburn, one of his own vassals. Cited from Minstrelsy of the Scottish border (3rd Edn) (1 of 3), by Walter Scott
  • Closeburn Castle is a tower house, probably of the 14th century, but possibly older, and is one of the oldest continually inhabited houses in Scotland.
  • Closeburn is the place where the Kirkpatricks, the Empress Eugenie's family, used to live before they went to Spain. Cited from The Heather-Moon, by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  • The clan takes its name from the church of Saint Patrick in the parish of Closeburn in Dumfriesshire, Scotland.
  • The Kirkpatrick family was confirmed in their lands of Closeburn in 1232 by Alexander II.
  • The river divides the parishes, with all those east of the river being in Closeburn Parish, and those west of the river being in Morton Parish.
  • This is a list of listed buildings in the parish of Closeburn in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.
  • Her maternal grandfather, William Kirkpatrick of Closeburn, was a Scottish wine merchant.
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