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Priesthill Priesthill was first mentioned in ancient text as a farm community owned by Walter Steward the progenitor of later Stuart kings and queens. Lord Darnley, husband of Mary, Queen of Scots, owned the land where Priesthill is located.
Priesthill It is also said that Mary and Darnley did their courting near Darnley Lane. An ancient tree still stands at the end of the Darnley lane, which is now adjacent to a main highway.
Priesthill Priesthill (Gaelic: "Cnoc an t-Sagairt") is a district south of the River Clyde in the Scottish city of Glasgow.
Priesthill During the Reformation, it is alleged a Catholic priest was hanged from a tree near Darnley Lane on the edge of the area, which is now called Priesthill to commemorate the occasion. Others allege that Priesthill was named after an ancient church that stood at the top of the hill on Stewart land.
Priesthill Priesthill was one of the earliest attempts made by the Glasgow local government to relocate families from the central tenements of Gorbals, Pollokshaws and other districts. Several homeless families were housed there in or around 1948–1950.
Priesthill St. Robert's school and other public schools were built to educate the influx of new residents in the early fifties. The hills beyond Priesthill were farmed until the 1960s and formed part of the Kennishead farm owned by Sir John Maxwell. This land was bought by Glasgow Corporation for housing purposes and the Darnley development was built there. Eastwoodmains adjacent to Arden and Priesthill was being farmed by the MacDonald family into the 1960s also and this land was taken partially to make way for the then new motorway.
Priesthill Once part of East Renfrewshire in the parish of Eastwood, the area was encompassed within Glasgow at the same time as Pollokshaws. The houses built by the local government in the 1950s were mostly condemned and levelled and the land was used for a mixture of private and public housing developments. Today it is a thriving community.
Priesthill Group The Priesthill Group is a geologic group in Scotland. It preserves fossils dating back to the Silurian period.
Priesthill & Darnley railway station Priesthill & Darnley railway station is a railway station serving the Priesthill and Darnley districts of Glasgow, Scotland. The station is managed by Abellio ScotRail and is on the Glasgow South Western Line.
Priesthill & Darnley railway station There is a half-hourly service in each direction (hourly in the evening) to Glasgow and . Passengers for stations to and beyond have to change at Barrhead, as longer distance trains do not usually call here.