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The last of the Earls of Fife to own the North Berwick estate was Isabel, Countess of Fife who lived through the revolutionary reign of David II.In 1344, King David II appointed William Chalmers keeper of the port at North Berwick.This was to strengthen his control over the swelling pilgrim traffic passing through the chapel dedicated to St Mary at Whitekirk, the ferry crossing at North Berwick and the St Monans shrine in Fife.By 1413 over 15,000 pilgrims travelled this spiritual route, raising 1422 merks annually.
A portrait of Sir Hew Dalrymple painted by William Aikman in about 1720 hangs in the Museum.
Selecting the person to represent the Town Council at the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland was also a priority, and the Annual Meeting of the Royal Burghs in Edinburgh.
No expense was spared to celebrate the King's birthday on 30th October and the records show that 8-12/- was spent by the town to celebrate the coronation of King George II in September 1727.
During the 10th century the Earl's of Fife owned the land at North Berwick and David, Earl of Fife established a ferry from North Berwick to Earlsferry and built a hospice for the pilgrims travelling to St Andrews.
Duncan, 4th Earl of Fife established a Cistercian nunnery around 1150, but there was no mention of North Berwick in the mid 13th century Gough map.