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The Jacobite Charismatics (2)

On the beach near Cairnbulg, some four miles east of Fraserburgh in North-East Scotland, on the morning of 10th May 1878, there is a bitter, bone chilling wind blowing. Looking out we see a lonely bedraggled woman scouring the shoreline. She is weak with the cold, broken in spirit and desperate. Christian Watt is searching for the body of her husband who had, a few days before, been lost to the sea upon which he had made a living. Continue Reading

History

The Jacobite Charismatics

One dark night about the year 1756, a young girl, Ellen Lascelles and her family were at home in their small thatched cottage in the fishing village of Broadsea on the north edge of Fraserburgh in North-East Scotland. Some 75 years later Ellen put pen to paper taking up the story of that evening – Continue Reading