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J.M. Coles

A E Truckell, J G Scott and W F Cormack: A retrospective view


TDGNHAS Series III, 81 (2007), 135(2.95 MB)


A retrospective appreciation of the work and characters of A E Truckell, J G Scott and W F Cormack as recounted by Prof. J M Coles.

W.L. Stephen

A Famous Mediaeval Order [Knights Templar]

Mediaeval, Etymology

TDGNHAS Series II, 21 (1908-09), 136(WARNING very large file size: 10.64 MB)


The Rev. W.L.Stephen, B.D., Moffat, delivered an interesting and erudite historical address on the Order of Knights Templar. In this country, he mentioned, they left traces of their presence in the placenames, Templand, Templeton, and Spittal, although th

F. Miller

A Few Swedish Antiquities [Mention only]

Archaeology (General)

TDGNHAS Series II, 10 (1893-94), 163(WARNING large file size: 7.32 MB)


Meeting of 11th May 1894 .. Very interesting papers were read by the Rev., Robert MacIntosh, B.D., on 'Cup and Ring Marks near Loch Trool,' and by Mr Frank Miller, Annan, on 'A Few Swedish Antiquities.'

A.R. Williams and P.G. Williams

A Field-Study Meeting in Galloway, August 1939: The Institute of Sociology, Le Play House

Recent, Recent (Social), Recent (Literature & Art), Geology, Botany, Archaeology (General), Agriculture, Industrial Archaeology, History, Antiquarian, Field Meeting

TDGNHAS Series III, 80 (2006), 143(3.8 MB)


Between 1st and 15th August 1939 the Institute of Sociology, Le Play House, 35 Gordon Square, London held a field study meeting in Galloway. Centred on Newton Stewart the group set out to investigate the natural history, history and social science of the

A. Saville

A Flint Core-tool from Wig Sands, Kirkcolm, near Stranraer, and a consideration of the absence of Core-tools in the Scottish Mesolithic

Quaternary geology, Mesolithic, Neolithic

TDGNHAS Series III, 77 (2003), 13(1.68 MB)


The collections of Stranraer Museum include a flint core tool from the shore at Wig Sands, south-east of the village of Kirkcolm, Wigtownshire. Wig Sands is an area of flat sand and cobbles forming the beach of Wig Bay on the west side of Loch Ryan, some