Scottish Border Legends, Kinmont Willie

Published on
October 24, 2016

Synopsis:

A man goes on a search for the lost grave of notorious Border Reiver Kinmont Willie Armstrong.

Written by
Mark Nicol

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Scottish Border Legends, Kinmont Willie

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I go on a search for the lost grave of notorious Border Reiver Kinmont Willie Armstrong.
And also re-live some of Kinmont’s great escapades.

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