Tales, Legends

Agnew, A. The Hereditary Sheriffs of Galloway …, 2 vols, Edinburgh, 1893.

Aitken, J. The Tales of the Solway, by a Gallovidian, Dumfries, 1873.

Aitken, H. A Forgotten Heritage: Original Folk-tales of Lowland Scotland, Edinburgh, 1973.

Carsphairn Heritage Group. Local Tales and Legends, Carsphairn, 1997.

Crockett, S R. Bog-myrtle and Peat: Tales Chiefly of Galloway gathered from the years 1889 to 1895, London, 1895.

Cunningham, A. Traditional Tales of the English and Scottish Peasantry, ed. T Killick, Glasgow, 2012.

Denniston, J. Legends of Galloway, being a series of traditions, illustrative of its ancient history, customs, manners and superstitions, Edinburgh, 1825.

Douglas, G, ed. Scottish Fairy and Folk Tales, London, 1896.

Glass, A. Tales and Traditions of Ayrshire and Galloway, Glasgow, 1884.

Gray, A. Tales from Auchencairn, Auchencairn History Society, Monograph Nine, Auchencairn, 2008.

Hobbs, S and Cornwell, D. ‘Sawney Bean, the Scottish cannibal’, Folklore, 108 (1997).

Johnstone, J T. ‘A Kirkcormack ghost story’, TDGNHAS, 3rd series, 1 (1912-13).

Kennedy, D. Tales of the Galloway Hills, Ayr, n.d.

Kennedy, J. Tales, Poems, and Songs, Dumfries, 1843.

Mackay, J (illus.). The Cannibal Family of Sawney Bean and Stories of South-West Scotland, Glasgow, 1991.

Macleod, I F. ‘The Rascarrel Mermaid – a very moral tale’, Auchencairn History Society Newsletter, 18 (2008).

Macleod, I F. ‘The Auchencairn Hero (part 1)’, Auchencairn History Society Newsletter, 19 (2009).

Macleod, I F. ‘The Auchencairn Hero (part 2)’, Auchencairn History Society Newsletter, 20 (2009).

Merrilees, F. Legends of the Scottish Border, with eight illustrations from drawings by James Miller, Edinburgh, 1947.

Miller, F. ‘The Laird of Coul’s Ghost: a Galloway chapbook’, TDGNHAS, 3rd series, 14 (1926-8).

Murdoch, R. Tales of the Clachan, Castle Douglas, n.d.

Murray, J. The Maid of Galloway. A Tale of Thrieve and Otterburn, Edinburgh, 1849.

Nicholson, J. Historical and Traditional Tales in Prose and Verse, connected with the South of Scotland, Kirkcudbright, 1843.

Nicholson, W. Tales in Verse, and Miscellaneous Poems, descriptive of rural life and manners. To which is prefixed a memoir of the author, Edinburgh, 1814.

Penman, A. Some Stewartry Sketches, Castle Douglas, 1981.

Penman, A. Some More Stewartry Sketches, Castle Douglas, n.d.

Shennan, R. Tales, Songs, and Miscellaneous Poems, descriptive of rural scenes and manners: chiefly in the Scottish dialect, Dumfries, 1831.

Temperley, A and McNeil, A. Tales of Galloway. Illustrations by pupils of Kirkcudbright Academy under the guidance of Anne McNeil, London, 1979.

Temperley, A. Tales of Galloway, Edinburgh, 1986.

Trotter, R and A. Scenes and Adventures in Auchencairn, ed. D Binns, Auchencairn History Society, Monograph Ten, Auchencairn, 2009.

Westwood, J and Kingshill, S, eds. The Lore of Scotland: A Guide to Scottish Legends, London, 2009.

Wood, R, ed. Old Sanquhar Tales, Dumfries, 2010

Wood, W. Legends of the Borders, Aberdeen, 1973.