Dear Buck (Edschaw, Branxholm, Bucccleuch)

Buccleuch, and the Armstrongs in protection of the Hermitage Castles are riding today to protect these lands. Being descended from the Elwald, of the Gorrenberry (not Redheugh), Horsliehill line, I am riding with them in protecting the land of my ancestors from falling into the hands of corporate industrial wind power turbine industry, and that of the Elliot deriving itself from Norman land ownership values such as the estate of Wm de (of) Aliot France, I am riding with Buck, and the Armstrong for family, for the father’s father.

Dear Buck

Dear Buck, the reply

The Elliot Clan Society does not seem to recognize Martin of Braidley or the Elwald line.  To build Wind Mills on the site would be another way in which the Elliot Clan Society would not recognize Martin Ellot clan leader of Braidley or the Elwald line. Figure the Elliot Clan Society must be riding English.

Save Goranberry/Braidley from windmills, and help bring Cowie back.

For letter writing to object to wind farm;

HAG-Objection letter framework -v2 10Jul2013

Will HAG supporters please remember to put their address on the email/letter of objection sent into SBC as without this your objection cannot be accepted.

MALCOLM MCGREGOR

http://www.hermitage-action-group.com/contact.html

Archaeology and Cultural  This is in reply to the study done;

Ch9 Archaeology and Cultural

Mark Elliott    7/24/2013

THANK YOU BUCK,

The aristocrats cashing in on Britain’s wind farm subsidies

Growing numbers of the nobility are being tempted to build giant wind farms on their estates by the promise of tens of millions of pounds being offered green energy developers.

By Robert Mendick and Edward Malnick

7:45AM BST 21 Aug 2011

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/energy/windpower/8713128/The-aristocrats-cashing-in-on-Britains-wind-farm-subsidies.html

dukes chasing wind farm subsidies

 

Another articale; Duke of Northumberland, on the English side of the borders is try to protect the borders from industrial desecration;

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/energy/windpower/8713199/Duke-of-Northumberland-an-unlikely-hero-in-the-fight-against-wind-farms.html

Though other aristocrats, may not see the importance to the Armstrong, and the formally Elwald, and the other border clans, with counterparts around the world of not having a wind farm on Hermitage Castle Hill, and the aristocrats receiving wind farm subsidies  the may even live at Redheugh.

Christopher Powell Wilkins  wind director Redheugh Newcastleton

Mark Elliott    4/13/2014

In accordance to;

Local Society and the Defence of the English Frontier in
Fifteenth-Century Scotland: The War Measures of 1482*
Jackson W. Armstrong

Scott Hume Kerr Armstrong Elwald

 

The Scotts, Humes, and Kerrs are linked at the end of the fifteenth century, and the Armstrongs and Elwalds are grouped together.

Thomas Armstrongs lands of Mangerton are regranted to Buccleauch, and put in his care.

Buccleuch, and the Armstrongs in protection of the Hermitage Castles are riding today to protect these lands. Being descended from the Elwald, of the Gorrenberry, Horsliehill line, I am riding with them in protecting the land of my ancestors from falling into the hands of corporate industrial wind power turbine industry, and that of the Elliot deriving itself from Norman land ownership values such as the estate of Wm de (of) Aliot France, I am riding with Buck, and the Armstrong for family, for the father’s father.

Mark Elliott     4/14/2014

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