Tour Scotland Video June Drive From Kilrenny To Harbour Crail East Neuk of Fife
Tour Scotland video of a June drive East on the A917 coast road from Kilrenny on ancestry visit to the harbour in the fishing village of Crail in the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland. The Crail Fishing Disaster happened on 21 January 1765 at the mouth of the harbour and eight. 8 fishermen lost their lives. The names of those who drowned are Brown, Burns, Cunningham, Dewar, Kay, Ramsay, Runciman and Taylor. The fishermen left 6 widows and 30 children without fathers. There is likely to be thousands of descendants, now in all corners of the world.
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