Listed Building

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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
Perth And Kinross
Planning Authority
Perth And Kinross
NO 8768 18361
308768, 718361


Originally Romanesque, rectangular plan 70' 7" x 21' 7"

internally; fragment of double notch enrichment of arched

doorway built into S. wall. Porch (later Oliphant burial

vault and pew) and probably transepts added later, N.

transept demolished, S. Transept rebuilt as Ruthven vault

probably 16th century, recast 18th century with Venetian

feature and urns; birdcage bellcote 17th/18th century.

Large reconstruction T.S. Robertson 1903, Oliphant aisle

removed, new W. porch, Ruthven aisle altered, new square

headed 2-light windows and E. window, pitch-pine roof,

E.&.W. galleries removed pulpit removed from N. wall to

E. (again replaced recently.)

Statement of Special Interest

Ecclesiastical building in use as such. The font illustrated

by MacGibbon & Ross was at the rear of Riley House (item 23)

Strathallan School in 1967.



Ecc Arch v. III p 501, 502 O.S.A. v. III p. 305. Dundee

Advertiser Aug 16th 1902. Dundee Courier Dec. 15th 1902,

June 13th 1903. Weekly News Dec. 19th 1903. Perthsire

Advertiser May 9th 1903. Heritors Records. In 1899 a

scheme for the restoration of the church was drawn up by

Dr. Thomas Ross. Robertson was called in to advise the

heritors on his scheme and took over the job himself.

The reasons are not given.

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