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McQuiston History

McQuiston History

Dunvegan Castle on the Isle of Skye in Scotland Para ampliar la información de castillos medievales visita también nuestro artículo del blog de www.solerplanet.com

Dunvegan Castle on the Isle of Skye in Scotland Para ampliar la información de castillos medievales visita también nuestro artículo del blog de www.solerplanet.com

Before it was in ruins: Dunscaith Castle (McQuiston)

Before it was in ruins: Dunscaith Castle (McQuiston)

Dunscaith Castle - geograph.org.uk - 218475 - Dunscaith Castle - Wikipedia, the…

Dunscaith Castle - geograph.org.uk - 218475 - Dunscaith Castle - Wikipedia, the…

Check out Art Original Painting   Surreal Landscape & Scenic "Castle into Heart" on artistatoscana

Art Original Painting Surreal Landscape & Scenic "Castle into Heart"

Check out Art Original Painting Surreal Landscape & Scenic "Castle into Heart" on artistatoscana

The Dark Daughter from Across the Water  (part Scots MacDonnell, part Scots Campbell)  was the last “Irish” Queen of Tyrconnell, and,  though all her plots for her sons came to nothing,  still she left an impression on history that few  women of the day could claim.  Read this story by James McQuiston in our February, 2014, issue. All issues are free at www.CelticGuide.com

The Dark Daughter from Across the Water (part Scots MacDonnell, part Scots Campbell) was the last “Irish” Queen of Tyrconnell, and, though all her plots for her sons came to nothing, still she left an impression on history that few women of the day could claim. Read this story by James McQuiston in our February, 2014, issue. All issues are free at www.CelticGuide.com

The image you see on our cover, for this “Castles and Cathedrals” issue of Celtic Guide, is of Paisley Abbey, located in Paisley, Scotland.   And, yes, that is the same Paisley as in the paisley print design made popular in the 1960s, but still around today. The pattern is said to come from Iran, but it was the Scots who first figured out how to duplicate it on a mass scale.Excerpt from the introduction to our May 2015 issue by our editor, Jim McQuiston.  Download for FREE at…

The image you see on our cover, for this “Castles and Cathedrals” issue of Celtic Guide, is of Paisley Abbey, located in Paisley, Scotland. And, yes, that is the same Paisley as in the paisley print design made popular in the 1960s, but still around today. The pattern is said to come from Iran, but it was the Scots who first figured out how to duplicate it on a mass scale.Excerpt from the introduction to our May 2015 issue by our editor, Jim McQuiston. Download for FREE at…

Paisley Abbey was founded when Walter FitzAlan (1106 – 1177), the High Steward of Scotland, signed a charter for the establishment of a Cluniac monastery on land he owned in Renfrewshire, approximately seven miles from Glasgow. Read more about Paisley Abbey in this article by our editor, Jim McQuiston, in our May 2015 issue.   All issues are always FREE at www.celticguide.com

Paisley Abbey was founded when Walter FitzAlan (1106 – 1177), the High Steward of Scotland, signed a charter for the establishment of a Cluniac monastery on land he owned in Renfrewshire, approximately seven miles from Glasgow. Read more about Paisley Abbey in this article by our editor, Jim McQuiston, in our May 2015 issue. All issues are always FREE at www.celticguide.com

First English Marchioness of color ever: Emma McQuiston. Beautiful.

First English Marchioness of color ever: Emma McQuiston. Beautiful.

Alexander at the opening of Longleat Adventure Castle with Lenka and Ceawlin in 1988

Meet the first lady of Longleat, Emma McQuiston

Alexander at the opening of Longleat Adventure Castle with Lenka and Ceawlin in 1988

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