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  There is a well known saying ‘Out of the World and into Crawfordjohn’ and so came John, stepson of Baldwin, a Flemish lord from Biggar to build his castle, his church, and his mill on the banks of the Duneaton River and establish, in the mid 12th century, the village of Crawfordjohn.   A charter granted by Wice, the Norman lord of the manor of Wiston, is recorded in the Chartulary of the... read more

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