Tour Scotland Video John the Baptist and The Good Shepherd Window Cathedral Dunblane
Tour Scotland video of the John the Baptist and The Good Shepherd stained glass windows on ancestry visit to the Cathedral in Dunblane, Scotland. The small windows in the south east corner of the South Aisle of the cathedral were erected in memory of Reverend Dr Henry M Hamilton who died in 1903. The Cathedral was once the seat of the bishops of Dunblane, also sometimes called, of Strathearn, until the abolition of bishops after the Scottish Reformation. There are remains of the vaults of the episcopal palace to the south of the cathedral. Technically, it is no longer a cathedral, as there are no bishops in the Church of Scotland, which is a Presbyterian denomination.
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