Border Widow’s Lament

Published on
10 May, 2019

Synopsis:

A man investigates the execution of William Cockburn the notorious Border Reiver, killed by King James V, and searches for the remains of Cockburn's castle and chapel.

Written by
Mark Nicol

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Border Widow’s Lament

Border Widow’s Lament

I investigate the execution of William Cockburn the notorious Border Reiver, killed by King James V, and search for the remains of Cockburn’s castle and chapel.

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