Drummond Strathallan Ancient*

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8oz 100% Pure new Wool 54 " wide
This fabric is used to make clothing as well as many light household items


The name is of territorial origin, from Drymen or Drummond, in Stirlingshire. Sir Malcolm de Drymen supported Bruce at Bannockburn and is said to have been responsible for strewing the field with the calthrops, or spikes, which disabled the English cavalry. In consequence, he received a grant of land in Perthshire and took as his motto “Gang warily”. Annabella Drummond, who married Robert III, was the mother of James I, King of Scots. Sir John Drummond was created Lord Drummond in 1488: in 1605 James VI conferred an earldom on the 4th Lord, which was raised to a dukedom by James VII. The Drummonds were ever loyal to the Stuarts and suffered with them in their misfortunes. The chief is the Earl of Perth.

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