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Benedictine Abbey of Lindores

Near Newburgh, Fifeshire, Scotland, founded by David, Earl of Huntingdon, younger brother of King William the Lion, about 1191.   From Volume IX of the Original Catholic Encyclopedia.

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Benedictine Abbey of Lindores: Near Newburgh, Fifeshire, Scotland, founded by David, Earl of Huntingdon, younger brother of King William the Lion, about 1191; From the Original Catholic Encyclopedia
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