Wars of Independance in Galashiels?

Published on
March 13, 2018

Synopsis:

A man traces a link between Tweedbank in Galashiels and Caddonlee which was for centuries the muster point of the massed Scottish armies invading England.

Written by
Mark Nicol

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Wars of Independance in Galashiels?

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Galashiels area links and connections to the Wars between Scotland and England.

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