Loudoun Hill

Loudoun Hill, also commonly Loudounhill is a volcanic plug in East Ayrshire, Scotland. It is located near the head of the River Irvine, east of Darvel. One real and one fictional battle have been fought around Loudoun Hill.

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Loudoun Hill - Farming
... Loudoun Hill and the lands immediately around were farmed intensively for many generations, as shown by OS maps ... still stand and provide shelter for the sheep from surviving farms that continue to graze Loudoun Hill and the surrounding fields ...
Battle Of Loudoun Hill - Loudoun Hill
... In preparing to meet him he took up a position on 10 May at Loudoun Hill, some 10 miles east of Kilmarnock and about 3 miles east of Darvel, both in ... Three days after the Battle of Loudoun Hill Bruce defeated another English force under the Earl of Gloucester ...
River Irvine - Death On The River - Death Through Violence
... Craignaught Hill lies in the north-east area of the Parish of Dunlop, with the Clerkland Burn running beneath and on through the grounds of Dunlop House to join the Annick Water at Stewarton ... On the slopes of Craignaught Hill was fought a singularly unusual battle between the Boyds of Kilmarnock and the Stewarts of Darnley ... The 1860 OS marks 'Boyd's Hill' and 'Boyd's slack' (Scots for a narrow pass) to the north of Craignaught on the old lane to Grange Farm, now named South Grange ...

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