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Gibson but there is much much more info, documents, maps, photos and research added to it!We go back from 1293 on the King lines of Scotland and Ireland.It is fenced off now, but you can climb in and walk up to the inside of the ruins. About 1/3 of the book covers the Wardlaw part of its history. Henderson has given me permission to copy much of it in my book "Ancestral Earth". Set between two buttresses, it originally was two vaults set between three buttresses.The space to the right was where the other vault was, but was taken out to open up the Norman doorway that was discovered there in 1905. The house has been added on to, but the main center section is original.This probably is the structure where the Wardlaws lived. This house has been demolished and is now the site of Heriot-Watt University.They have many records of the Wardlaws living here.

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This coat-of-arms is "Wardlaws of Riccarton" as seen in the book "The Wardlaws in Scotland" by John C. Abden House, also an early Wardlaw place in the 1600's, is in the village of Kinghorn on the Firth of Forth.

This next one is where I found the five large volumes of "Castellated and Domestic Architecture of Scotland", by Macgibbon and Ross.

You can download all five volumes in form, or other forms, and read at leisure.

Did you know that some of the earliest inhabitants of what is now Alberta were here over 12,000 years ago?

Evidence of these people is found in the form of fluted projectile points, like the one shown in the image above.