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“A girl living in a place called Clackmannan said she’d webbed feet and was a good swimmer.”
“To those of us over 50, Central Region was originally Stirling & Clackmannan.”
“Doctor McGuffog, who is called in his native country the Ezekiel of Clackmannan?”
“He ran out of money and tried to get work at a pit in Clackmannan, and the mine owner reported his name.”
“Clackmannan, and Nairn each sent a member in 1708, and Caithness,”
“I resolved to devote the earlier part of the vacation to the discovery of the town of Clackmannan -- a place of which I had often heard, but which no human being whom I ever encountered had seen.”
“This House, of the order of Canon-Regulars of St. Augustine, although connected with St.rling, is in the parish of Logie, and shire of Clackmannan.”
“The recruiting area comprised the counties of Fife, Forfar, Kinross, and Clackmannan, and there was also”
“David Taylor was born, in April 1817, in the parish of Dollar, and county of Clackmannan.”
“In the reign of Malcolm IV. the bishopric of St. Andrews included the counties of Fife, Kinross, Clackmannan, the three Lothians,”
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