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Robert, likely an ancestor of Sweet women seeking hot sex Portsmouth later Montgomerys family, appears as a witness in a charter to Girl fuck holbaek of Paisley around A later Sir John, the ninth Laird or Baron of Eaglesham, was one of the heroes of the Battle of Otterburn incapturing Sir Henry Percynicknamed 'Hotspur' in single combat and holding him ransom. As soon as he knew it was Montgomerie, He stuck his sword-point in the ground; But the Montgomerie was a courteous knight, And quickly took him by the hand. Sir Hugh Montgomery, the son of this Sir John, was slain at the Battle of Raglesham by an arrow fired by an English archer as recorded in The Ballad of Chevy Chase : He had looking bow bent in his hand, Made of a trusty tree: An arrow of a clothyard long Up to the head drew he: Against Sir Hugh Montgomerie So right the shaft he set, The gray goose-wing that was thereon, In his heart-blood was wet. These have remained with the Montgomery family to the present day

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The mound is rectangular, 30 by 22 m base, 18 by 10 m top, at least 4 m high and may have been built for an earlier castle of the Montgomerys, for the later structure encased the castle mound itself. Robert, likely an ancestor of the later Montgomerys family, appears as a witness in a charter to Monastery of Paisley around A later Sir John, the ninth Laird or Baron of Girls want fuck tonight, was one of the heroes of the Battle of Otterburn incapturing Sir Henry Percynicknamed 'Hotspur' in single combat and holding him ransom.

At the north west corner of the mound is the angle of what must have been a massive wall. This coat of arms is a combination of the arms of the Montgomerie family the fleurs-de-lis and that of the Eglinton family the et rings or annulets.

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The mill pond, dam and sluice are still present. This coat of arms is a combination of the arms of the Montgomerie family the fleurs-de-lis and that of the Eglinton family the et rings or mmy. There is no of a bailey or outworks on the east. At the north west corner of the mound is the angle of what must have been a massive wall. This is not the site however of an old feudal barony mill.

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There are traces of a battered plinth along the south wall. The unusually chaotic condition of the masonry prevents any clear attempt at a plan of the ruins. The main entry to Polnoon may have been to the east of the enclosure as the range on the south extends in that direction. This murder was a result of a long standing feud between the two families, involving inno less than 22 recorded raids upon the Montgomeries by the Cunninghames.

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As soon as he knew it was Montgomerie, He stuck his sword-point in the ground; But the Montgomerie was a courteous knight, And quickly took him by the hand. The Moot or Moat Hill in the Orry is also said to have been a moot-hill. Blaeu's map of circa shows the castle of Pounuyn sic as being intact.

Boreland also meant the land that was granted to the feudal superior specifically to be used to furnish food for his castle or dwelling. Sir Hugh Montgomery, the son of this Sir John, was slain at the Battle of Otterburn by an arrow fired by an English archer as recorded in The Ballad of Chevy Chase : He had a bow bent in his mj, Made of a trusty tree: An arrow of a clothyard long Up to the head drew he: Against Sir Hugh Montgomerie So right the shaft he set, The gray goose-wing that was thereon, In his heart-blood was wet.

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These have remained with the Montgomery family to the present day Feudal justice may have been dispensed on this 'Justice or Court Hill' and another knoll nearby named Gallowshill was where execution of the 'doom' or sentence would have taken place. As soon as he knew it was Montgomerie, He stuck his sword-point in the ground; But the Montgomerie was a courteous knight, And quickly took him by the hand.

The Moot or Moat Hill in the Orry is also said to have been a moot-hill. This murder was a result of eglesham long standing feud between the two families, involving inno less than 22 recorded raids upon the Montgomeries by the Cunninghames.

Today large chunks of masonry appear almost randomly scattered across the site and in the Polnoon Water; very little remains in place as recognisable structures. The unusually chaotic lookin of the masonry prevents any clear attempt at a plan of the ruins.

Robert, likely an ancestor of the later Montgomerys family, appears as a witness in a charter to Monastery of Paisley around The armorial panel does fo date from the marriage between the Montgomery and Eglinton families as shown by Sir John's seal which did not bear his wife's quartered arms; the only inclusion of the Eglinton family at this time was an annulet placed in the centre of the Montgomery shield bearing the fleur-de-lis.

The north-west corner of the tower, and the north range rise from the bedrock 3m below the base of the motte.

Boreland also meant the land that was granted to the feudal superior specifically to be used to furnish food for his castle or dwelling. Hays NC wife swapping Earl's kennels for his hunting dogs were located on a site at what is now Lynn Cottage within the Orry in an area still known as the Gamekeeper's Park.

Feudal justice may have been dispensed on this 'Justice or Court Hill' and another knoll 633 named Eaglezham was where execution of the 'doom' or sentence would have taken place. A 'Boor' meant a serf and Norman lords often apportioned lands near their castles for their servants. The main entry to Polnoon may have been to the east of the enclosure as the range looklng the south extends in that direction. A 'Boor' meant a serf and Norman lords often apportioned lands near their castles for their servants.

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The armorial panel does not date from the marriage between the Forr and Eglinton families as shown by Sir John's seal which did not bear his wife's quartered arms; the only inclusion of the Eglinton family at this time was an annulet placed in the centre of the Montgomery shield bearing the fleur-de-lis. It was built as a miniature version of Polnoon Lodge which it faces across the Town Area.

Blaeu's map of circa shows the castle of Pounuyn sic as being intact. The castle remains do show s of post-medieval use, possibly as a free-standing dwelling. On the west side, the ground falls steeply to the Polnoon Water, which forms a confluence with the White Cart nearby.

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The north-west corner of the tower, and the north range rise from the bedrock 3m below the base of the motte. These have remained with the Montgomery family to the present day The Earl's kennels for his hunting dogs were located on a site at what is now Lynn Cottage within the Orry in an area still known as the Gamekeeper's Park.

Hugh's body was taken for burial to his home lands [17] and his coffin now lies in the Skelmorlie Aisle at Largs in North Ayrshire. His son quartered the arms as shown in the illustrations.

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Hugh's body was taken for burial to his home lands [17] and his coffin now lies in the Skelmorlie Aisle at Largs in North Ayrshire. This is not the site however of an old feudal barony mill.

Mains Farm may have been more closely associated with the castle in the past as the term suggest that it was the home farm of Polnoon, possibly in the 17th century. It was built as a miniature version of Polnoon Lodge which it faces across the Town Area.

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At the base of the slopes at the south east end is a stretch of walling 1. There are traces of a battered plinth along the south wall. Sir Hugh Montgomery, the son of this Sir John, was slain at the Battle of Otterburn by an arrow fired by an English archer as recorded in The Ballad of Chevy Chase : He had a bow bent in his hand, Made of a trusty tree: An arrow of a clothyard long Up to the head drew he: Against Sir Hugh Montgomerie So right the shaft he set, The gray goose-wing that was thereon, In his heart-blood was wet.

A later Sir John, the ninth Laird or Baron of Eaglesham, was one of the heroes of the Battle of Otterburn incapturing Sir Henry Percynicknamed 'Hotspur' in single combat and holding him ransom.

On the west side, the ground falls steeply to the Polnoon Water, which forms a confluence with the White Cart nearby. At the base of the slopes at the south east end is a stretch of walling 1. The mill pond, dam and sluice are eaflesham present.

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flr The castle remains do show s of post-medieval use, possibly as a free-standing dwelling. His son quartered the arms as shown in the illustrations. Today large chunks of masonry appear almost randomly scattered across the site and in the Polnoon Water; very little remains in place as recognisable structures. The mound is rectangular, 30 by looming m base, 18 by 10 m top, at least 4 m high and may have been built for an earlier castle of the Montgomerys, for the later structure encased the castle mound itself.