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Carberry Hill / Queen Mary's Mount / The Battle Of Carberry Hill
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- HER number: MEL13
- Site Name: Carberry Hill / Queen Mary's Mount / The Battle Of Carberry Hill
- Grid Reference: 337299 669499
- Civil Parish:
- Summary: Site of the Battle of Carberry Hill, 1567
- Description: NT36NE 5 373 695
See also NT36NE 6.
(Name: NT 375 696) Here Queen Mary surrendered to the Confederate Lords 15th June 1567 (NAT)
OS 6" map (1967)
At Carberry Hill, on a piece of ground known now as Queen Mary's Mount (Name NT 373 695), Mary, Queen of Scots surrendered to the Confederate Lords on the 15th June 1567 (and was subsequently imprisoned in Loch Leven Castle).
F H Groome 1901
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- Bibliographic reference: Groome, F H (ed.). 1901. Ordnance gazetteer of Scotland, New edition. 235.