Articles from Tain & District Museum

The Burning of St Duthac's Chapel

One of the most horrific incidents in Tain’s past occurred in 1427 when the Laird of Freswick, Alexander Mowat and his kinsmen were burned to death in the Chapel of St Duthac in Tain by Thomas Mackay of Creich.

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The Treaty of Auldearn, 1308

With his family still imprisoned in England his sister Mary still being held in a cage, King Robert met with their captor Earl William, at Auldearn, on the last day of October 1308.

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