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 Left:- The West Window of Dunkeld Cathedral where the entrance to the Nave is.

Below:- The West Window with the entrance below.

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 Left:- Entrance and William Cleland’s Head Stone in front of door.  

Below:- William Cleland’s Head stone with wreath laid on 22nd August by Cameronian Regiment historian.

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Head Stone of Lieut. Colonel William Cleland from two angles.

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 Dunkeld Cathedral.jpg John Clelland Hocknull in front of original Cathedral South Side from River.
 Cleland LC W Plaque.jpg Plaque erected inside the current Cathedral and located behind the alter.
 Cleland LC W Sword.jpg Part of the display of the history of the Cameronians includes their most cherished relic – Lieut. Col William Cleland’s sword.
 Cleland LC W Sword 2.jpg Closer view of Sword
   
 Dunkeld Cathedral 1.jpg Monument in square at Dunkeld. This entire area including the Cathedral is a listed Historical site including cottages that line road to Cathedral. It is from these cottages that the small number of Cameronians held off the troops of the deposed King James. The Highlanders set the cottages on fire killing many but the small force eventually routed them and stopped their move South to Edinburgh.
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Left and Below:- Three panels of information currently housed in the Low Parks Museum in Hamilton, Lanarkshire (near Cleland Town and see below).

Well worth the visit to gain an overall appreciation of the Covenanters history and life at the time.

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Low Parks Museum 129 Muir St, Hamilton ML3 6BJ

phone 01698 328232

corner Muir Street and Castle Street opposite Hamilton Palace Sports Grounds. Entrance off Castle street.