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Kilspindie is a village and parish in south-eastern Perthshire. It is situated on the Kilspindie burn, approximately three miles north-west of Errol, six miles west of Dundee and the same distance east of the county town, Perth
The village figures in Blind Harry's narrative as the place where Sir William Wallace, with his mother, found refuge in his boyhood.
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