2 edition of Historical Cumbernauld found in the catalog.
Hugo Belsches Millar
Bibliography: p. 51.
|Statement||by Hugo B. Millar; with a note on wildlife in the Cumbernauld area by David Stephen, prefatory remarks by Dame Jean Roberts and Gordon Murray; edited by R. Roy Simpson.|
|Contributions||Cumbernauld Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||DA890.C974 M5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 57 p.|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||70485753|
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Cumbernauld (/ ˌ k ʌ m b ər ˈ n ɔː l d /; Scots: Cummernaud / ˌ k ʌ m ər ˈ n ɔː d /; Scottish Gaelic: Comar nan Allt) is a large town in North Lanarkshire, is the ninth most-populous locality in Scotland and the most populated town in north Lanarkshire, Historical Cumbernauld book in the centre of Scotland's Central phically, Cumbernauld sits between east and west, being on Council area: North Lanarkshire.
Historical Cumbernauld: a brief history and guide. Hugo Belsches Millar, Cumbernauld Historical Society. Cumbernauld Historical Society, - History - 57 pages.
0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in. Cumbernauld House is an 18th-century Vivido Scottish country house located in Cumbernauld, is located near in the Cumbernauld Glen, close to Cumbernauld Village, at grid house is situated on the site of (former) Cumbernauld Castle, which was besieged by General Monck in It was built into designs by William Adam (–), for Coordinates: 55°57′37″N 3°58′04″W.
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Historical Timeline Cumbernauld Castle, The Fleming Castle Romans, Normans, Comyns, Bruce, the Douglases,James IV, Mary Stewart, Montrose, Cromwell, Covenanters, Jacobites, Robert Adam, 19th century soldiers and seamen - all are connected with Cumbernauld's square mile of history, centred around Cumbernauld House and Park.
Some of the stone from the castle was used to build Cumbernauld House (see photo below), a country house that was constructed in for John Fleming, the 6th Earl of Wigtown. The house sits on the former grounds of the castle and is a category A listed building.
During the 20th century it went through a range of uses, including office space for the now defunct Cumbernauld. Thanks to Linda Emery for sharing these scans of the brochure from the official opening of the first phase of Cumbernauld Town Centre on 18th May +3.
Old Cumbernauld Pictures. April 4 at AM This picture, from aroundshows Central Way looking towards the Town Centre, with St Mungo’s Church on the left. The grassland seen Followers: K.
In vicinity of vil. is Cumbernauld House, seat of Lord Elphinstone. Cumbernauld through time. Cumbernauld is now part of North Lanarkshire district.
Click here for graphs and data of how North Lanarkshire has changed over two centuries. For statistics about Cumbernauld itself, go to Units and Statistics. Cumbernauld Library, Cumbernauld. 36 likes. Library. I just thought I show you my facebook page for my new book. Richard, the man behind the myth by Andrea Willers/5(14).
If you are local to Cumbernauld there may be a few bits of interest to you, the museum is a Room inside the library on top floor of the Town Centre, there are a few maps and photos and some bits and bobs from WW1&, Ration books gas masks ect.
my grandchildren love it 3/5(10). Cumbernauld is a paradox. It is within easy commuting distance of Scotland's largest city, Glasgow and has excellent road and rail links. It is only seven miles from the beautiful Campsie Fells; just over 20 miles from Loch Lomond; and lies within two miles of the line of an ancient Roman monument that is also a World Heritage Site, the Antonine Wall.
The village of Cumbernauld lies thirteen miles east of Glasgow, nine west of Falkirk, and thirteen south of Stirling, on the new road betwixt Glasgow and Edinburgh. It is chiefly inhabited by weavers. Its situation is beautiful, being nearly surrounded by the pleasure-grounds and plantations of Cumbernauld House.
NB: These are all the names of all the administrative units which we have associated with Cumbernauld, and you must judge whether all or even any of them are variant names for the place. They may well include the names of other locations or areas: For cities, the associated administrative units will usually include parishes, especially ecclesiastical parishes, one of.
How to Trace Family Genealogy at the Library. Tracing your family history successfully involves a considerable amount of research from many sources and resources. One resource that can help your genealogical research considerably is the 91%(37). Cumbernauld Street Guide by M.
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Check flight prices and hotel availability for your visit. Cumbernauld Outdoor Activity Centre offers a range of leisure activities from archery to paintball and 4x4 driving. The town has a museum in the main library which details the story of Cumbernauld through the Roman, agricultural and industrial eras.
Cumbernauld has many links to nearby motorways including the M8, M74 and M9. Cumbernauld Museum Share on: Located within the town’s main library, Cumbernauld Museum uses displays, paintings and videos to tell the story of Cumbernauld from the Roman, agricultural and industrial eras, the development of the new town in the s to the present day.
Now $38 (Was $̶4̶6̶) on Tripadvisor: Castlecary House Hotel, Cumbernauld. See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Castlecary House Hotel, ranked #2 of 4 hotels in Cumbernauld and rated 4 of 5 at Tripadvisor.4/5(). In Cumbernauld House was gifted to North Lanarkshire Council by Cumbernauld Development Corporation who had been wound up under local goverment re-organisation.
In North lanarkshire sold the historical house to a private business,rather than keep it for use of the local community. The earliest castle at Cumbernauld is said to have been built by the Comyns, who held Cumbernauld from the mid 13th century.
A mound to the north-east of Cumbernauld House is said to be the motte of their earthwork castle, but the Ordnance Survey name book records that it was erected as a monument to Lord Elphinstone being made Governor of.
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This posting is the third in the series on themes that will be addressed at a conference held in St. Andrews on June 16 and 17 this year. The Fleming family of Biggar and Cumbernauld became an important baronial family in late Medieval and Early Modern Scotland.
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Walks & Walking - Cumbernauld and around Cumbernauld Walks, Historical Walks and Guided Walks - Cumbernauld and the Lanarkshire The Ramblers Association now have a greatly improved website which is an exceptional rescource for all walkers, hykers and young families wanting to go for walks with young children.
Cumbernauld Historical Society's method of operation: 'It makes grants, donations or gifts to organisations'. 'It carries out activities or services itself'. What services Cumbernauld Historical Society provides: 'The advancement of education'. 'The. – The Works Stores Ltd.
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Train tickets from Glasgow Central to Cumbernauld can start from as little as £ when you book in advance and are usually more expensive when purchased on the day. Prices can also vary depending the time of day, route and class you book.
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The above quoted from: Caledonia, or, An account, historical and topographic of North Britain from the most ancient to the present times > Volume 6 > Author: Chalmers, George, – Page Cumbernauld Castle Cumbernauld Castle was the predecessor of Cumbernauld House.
The Motte of the earliest castle survives, and stones of the. A recent donation to the University of Toronto’s Thomas Fisher Rare Books Library included sixty historical charters, documents which typically made a grant of land, a number of which contained information on the former Cumbernauld Castle, which once stood within the area currently known as Cumbernauld House Park.
One of these charters, dated 3rd November. A photograph of the stately and historic Lauchope House, seen in its sylvan setting during the early 's, (Many thanks to Robert Lindsay Muirhead for his contribution of the picture of Lauchope House) as well as an old photograph of Bredisholm House, which was located on what is now the Glasgow Zoo, have come to hand.
InCumbernauld Historical society, in co-operation with Glasgow archaeological society excavated an area to the north east of Cumbernauld House and uncovered part of the domestic periphery of the castle, comprising a 15th century rubbish chute, an adjoining prison and cellar and a well-house reached by a flight of steps.
Abronhill Primary and Nursery We are a two-stream non-denominational, co-educational establishment set amidst pleasant landscaped gardens within Abronhill, Cumbernauld. It is one of the associated primary schools for Cumbernauld Academy.