ⓘ Category:History of Angus

Airlie Parish Kirk

Airlie Parish Kirk is a church in Airlie, Angus. It was completed in 1783 and dedicated to St. Meddan. The interior was renovated in 1893. The church contains pre-Reformation relics.

Forfar Castle

The castle was apparently surrounded by water and was used as a royal castle by the Scottish kings Malcolm III, William I and Alexander II. Malcolm used it as a base for raising an army to repel Danish invaders. The castle was surrendered to the English and was garrisoned by Edward I of England, who visited it in 1296. King Robert I of Scotland captured the castle in 1306 and burned it. The castle rebuilt by the English and was in English hands when Scots, led by Philp the Forester of Platan, recaptured it on Christmas Day, 1308, and slaughtered the garrison. After demolition and rebuildin ...

Prior of Restenneth

The Prior of Restenneth was the head of the Augustinian canons of Restenneth Priory, Angus. The following is a list of priors and commendators:

RAF Tealing

During the Second World War, the Air Ministry built an aerodrome at Tealing and in March 1942 No. 56 Operational Training Unit OTU was relocated to RAF Tealing from RAF Sutton Bridge in south Lincolnshire, equipped with Hawker Hurricane, Miles Master and Westland Lysander aircraft. The number of pilots training at the unit varied from about 35 to 40 in 1942, reaching a peak of 150 on 1943. He was at the airport that Tealings the most famous visitor arrived. May 20, 1942, a strange four-engined aircraft appeared in the circuit at Tealing, piloted by Endel Puusepp. He was one of the first Ru ...

West Seaton House

West Seaton House is a listed building of late Regency design, situated approximately one mile to the east of Arbroath in the parish of St. Vigeans, in the county of Angus in Scotland. Prior to 2009 the house was known as West Seaton Farmhouse.

                                     

ⓘ History of Angus

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