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Linda worked in Glasgow as the County Director for the Welfare Department while Don farmed.She retired from the state with 30-years of service in 2005.During the centuries that followed, the small township gradually spread southwards along the line of the burn and eventually linked up with the fishing village by the river.The paths connecting the settlements became increasingly well worn until they took the form of lanes and eventually became streets.The first centre of Glasgow was around the site of the monastery and then later the Metropolitan Church ( St. Just to the south of it, an old Roman road crossed the Molendinar Burn and those parts to the east and west of the High Street would become the Drygait and Rottenrow respectively. To the south, a second centre was developing, a lay centre where four streets met at right angles, forming the cross that would become Glasgow Cross.In the period leading up to the Reformation, Glasgow Cross was known as Mercat ( Market ) Cross after the market that was held there in the wide open space where the four streets met.When you have a specific need or desire, you seek it out at the source, right?

A monastery was built and as the settlement grew, it became recognized more widely, so much so that Saint Columba came to visit.Glasgow has never been a walled city and the term “gait”, also spelled “gate”, does not refer to a gated entry but instead is an old Scottish word meaning “the way to”.

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