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Re: [Stonehaven Genealogy] I DIDN'T KNOW THIS --- DID YOU?

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  • jeccjax@bellsouth.net
    The MacBeth s cairn is in a ring of trees on a hillside of a farm just north of Banchory-Ternan. It is supposed to be where he is buried. I have seen it from
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      The MacBeth's cairn is in a ring of trees on a hillside
      of a farm just north of Banchory-Ternan. It is supposed
      to be where he is buried. I have seen it from the road,
      but haven't tromped up the hill to see it yet. Maybe on
      another trip to Scotland.

      Jean Coker
      Jacksonville, Florida



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      I DIDN'T KNOW THIS --- DID YOU?

      One of Scotland's most famous literary figures, Macbeth,
      was a real historical figure who ruled the kingdom from
      1040 to 1057. Contrary to Shakespeare's version of events,
      Macbeth did not die until three years after the battle of
      Dunsinane.
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