Greenan Castle, just south of Ayr in Gaelic-speaking Carrick, was the property
of the Lords of the Isles until their forfeiture in 1493.
Painting by William Muir, 1897. Source: South Ayrshire Council
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Whether you’re a professional historian or an interested amateur, you’re very welcome to join our growing society! Members will enjoy the following benefits:
- You will receive the most recent issue of West Highland Notes & Queries. Please tell the secretary whether you prefer digital (PDF) or printed copies.
- You will also receive the next three issues of West Highland Notes & Queries over the 12 months of your membership.
- Free entry to every lecture in our online lecture series.
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Founded in 1972, the Society’s aims are to encourage research into the history of the Highlands & Islands of Scotland and to make this research available to the general public.
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