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A Saga of the Early Auchinlecks and Afflecks

By David Affleck

£15

To purchase a copy contact David Affleck at dkaffleck@outlook.com


About the Book

For over twenty-five years, I have undertaken research into aspects of Scottish Local History and found earlier examples of jigsaw pieces that do not fit. It has been described as a 'disease of error'.

In May 2021, I decided the time had come to publish A Sage of the Early Auchinlecks and Afflecks and reveal their Hidden History. It is intended to 'Square the Circle' and reveal answers previous historians struggled with.

It will be followed by another Saga on the Hepburns and Buchan Hepburns of East Lothian at a later date.

David Keir Affleck

Following his retirement from managing Social Work services, David Affleck has pursued interests in horticulture, history and music. Recent historical research activity has concentrated on material that offers new perspectives to relationships between individuals, groups and communities relevant to local history studies.

davidaffleck@outlook.com

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Article on Aliention of Monastery Land belonging to the Priory of Pittenweem, The Priory of North Berwick, The Nunnery of Haddington and the benefices of the Greyfriars of Haddington.
East Lothian Life Article

The Visit of the East Linton Agricultural Surveyors to West Yorkshire in 1793

Spring 2016

Reflections on East Lothian's Curling History and the History of Tomorrow

Spring 2018

Exploring the World of Plants through People

Autumn/Winter 2020

The Significance of Local History Studies

Summer 2021

https://www.eastlothianlife.co.uk/

Transactions of the East Lothian Antiquarian and Field 
            Naturalists' Society

All the President's Men:
'Horticultural Sir John' and the East Lothian Connection

Vol. XXVIII

https://eastlothianantiquarians.org.uk/