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posted 05-30-2000 03:07 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for SilverElf   Click Here to Email SilverElf     Edit/Delete Message
Does anyone know of any Lindsey Castle websites?
How about Castles in the Old Lindsey territory?

posted 05-30-2000 03:08 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for SilverElf   Click Here to Email SilverElf     Edit/Delete Message
The only one I have found in Edzel


posted 05-30-2000 03:08 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for SilverElf   Click Here to Email SilverElf     Edit/Delete Message
The only one I have found in Edzel

posted 06-02-2000 03:25 PM           Edit/Delete Message
Assuming that you are referring to the Lindsay family, and with the mention of Edzell, that it is Scottish sites you seek, the following list of properties once or currently owned by Lindsays may help.
Alyth Castle, Auchenskeogh Castle, Auchmull Castle, Balcarres House,Balgavies Castle, Ballinshoe Castle, Belstane Castle,Bonhill, Byres, Careston Castle, Carsluith Castle, Comyn's Castle, Corb Castle, Covington Castle, Craigie Castle, Crawford Castle, Crossbasket Castle, Daviot House, Dowhill Castle, Dunottar Castle, Dunrod, Edzell Castle, Evelick Castle, Farnell Castle, Finavon castle, Fyvie Castle, Garleton Castle, Invermark Castle, Inverqueich Castle, Kilbirnie House, Kilspindie castle, Kinblethmont, Kirkbuddo House, Lordscairnie Castle, Mains Castle, Ormiston Castle, Pitairlie, Pitcruvie castle, Pitfour House, Ruthven Castle, Spynie Palace, Vayne Castle, Wemyss Castle, Woodrae Castle, Wormiston House.
The above list is an extended version of that supplied by Martin Coventry in The Castles of Scotland 2nd Edition.
Links to some of these sites are available at
the Mains castle referred to is that at East Kilbride, http://www.mainscastle.freeserve.co.uk
8 different Dunnottar sites are listed at http://scottishculture.about.com/culture/scottishculture/library/blcastlesd.htm (the Lindsays of the Byres held this prior to 1382).
The locations of some of the castles are available on my own website given below.
If you require a family name history (from a Scottish perspective)I can provide it, or detail of the Lindsay ownership of particular properties.

'Give me the groves that lofty brave,
The storms, by Castle Gordon'.
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[This message has been edited by wurdsmiff (edited 06-02-2000).]

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