Tour Scotland Video 1610 Nicol Moncrief Marriage Lintel Falkland Village Fife



Tour Scotland video of the Nicol Moncrief marriage lintel at Moncrief House on the High Street on ancestry visit to the village of Falkland by Falkland in Fife, Scotland. Moncrief House was probably built in 1610 for Nicol Moncrief, a servant of King James VI who praises and thanks his master in an inscription on the front of the building. The plaque reads: " AL PRAISE TO GOD AND THANKIS TO THE MOST EXCELLENT MONARCH OF GREAT BRITAINE OF WHOSE PRINCELIE LIBERALITIE THIS IS MY PORTIVN. DEO LAVS. ESTO FIDVS. ADEST MERCES. NICOLL MONCRIEFF. 1610. " One of the first scenes for Outlander was filmed in the picturesque town of Falkland, which substituted for 1940s Inverness.

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