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Charles II Monument

 

The monument at Crosby Ravensworth fell at the source of the River Lyvennet marks the place where Charles II rested with his army in 1651 when marching from Scotland following his coronation in Scone on 1st. January.

The inscription reads :
HERE AT BLACK DUB
THE SOURCE OF THE LIVENNET
KING CHARLES THE II
REGALED HIS ARMY
AND DRANK OF THE WATER
ON HIS MARCH FROM SCOTLAND
AUGUST 8 1651