Culcreuch

Some articles on culcreuch:

Culcreuch Castle
... Culcreuch Castle is a Scottish castle close to the village of Fintry, near Loch Lomond ... It has been the home of the Barons of Culcreuch since 1699, was turned into a hotel, venue and visitor attraction in the 1980s ...
Aulay Mac Aulay Of Ardincaple - Chief of Clan MacAulay - Feuding With Galbraith of Culcreuch
... In 1593, Robert Galbraith of Culcreuch was given a Commission of Justiciary to pursue the outlawed Clan Gregor ... The MacAulays and Colquhouns were, however, suspicious of Culcreuch's real intentions ... of the two clans complained to the Privy Council that Culcreuch had only purchased the commission under counsel from George Buchanan, and that Culcreuch had no intention of harassing the MacGregors ...
Clan Galbraith - History - Fall of The Clan
... The 17th chief of Clan Galbraith, Robert Galbraith of Culcreuch, brought ruin to the clan ... Sometime before 1593 Culcreuch's widowed mother married, against his wishes, the chief of the Clan MacAulay, Aulay MacAulay of Ardincaple ... Culcreuch's animosity towards Ardincaple was so much that Culcreuch was said to have "gevin vp kindnes, and denunceit his euill-will to him with solempne vowis of revenge" ...
Clan Galbraith - History
... A branch of the Galbraiths held Culcreuch in Strathendrick in 1320, and before the end of that century had inherited the leadership of the clan. 1425 the ninth chief James Galbraith of Culcreuch joined the rebellion of James Mor Stewart against King James I of Scotland, in support of the overthrown regent Murdoch Stewart ... In 1489 the twelfth chief, Thomas Galbraith of Culcreuch, was captured by James IV and hanged ...
Clan Mac Aulay - History - Feud With Clans Buchanan and Galbraith
... of 1593, Robert Galbraith, Laird of Culcreuch, purchased a Commission of Justiciary (or a " Letter of Fire and Sword" used to legally attack and destroy ... complained to the Privy Council that Galbraith of Culcreuch had only purchased the commission under counsel from George Buchanan, and that Galbraith had no intentions of actually harassing ... To complicate matters, the Laird of Ardincaple had married the Laird of Culcreuch's widowed mother against his consent and Galbraith had "gevin vp kindnes, and denunceit his euill-will to him with solempne ...