Bargrennan Abbey

Bargrennan abbey was a culdee monestary on the lower slopes of the Galloway Hills. It was a valued trading partner of the Academica Septima Superior after the covenant crash-landed, providing oats and writing supplies in exchange for exotic vegetables grown in the Academica's gardens.

The monestary was burned down in a raid in the winter of 1225. The Lord of Galloway named the outlaw Murdoch MacCann as the responsible party, and sentenced him to death in absentia, as there were thought to be no survivors of the raid to whom reparations might be paid.

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