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KEMBACK OLD PARISH CHURCHLB13703

Status: Removed

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
20/06/1979
Date Removed:
06/06/2017
Local Authority
Fife
Planning Authority
Fife
Parish
Kemback
NGR
NO 41722 15108
Coordinates
341722, 715108

Removal Reason

Listing to be removed to resolve dual designation. Church will remain scheduled

Description

1582, remodelled in 1760, originally with cross aisle to north. Now roofless rectangle, west gable stands to full height: crowstepped with cavetto moulded skewputs, tall transomed centre opening. East gable, partly ruined, has built up centre window. South front: west-most door dated 1582, pair of large rectangular openings flanking door further east, all of 1760, low rectangular opening at side at west end is a cast iron railed burial enclosure, 1867, (Watson). Attached to the west gable is a further enclosure with cast-iron railings (Gomme), to the north is a railed enclosure of 1843, (Low), and a walled and railed enclosure, 1817, (Makgill of Kemback) on site of cross aisle with Makgill arms built into wall. To East, walled enclosure 1847 (Bethune).

INTERIOR: aumbrey at west end, blocked semicircular headed arch to cross-aisle at North. Burial ground round church has good enclosure wall with rounded cope, extended to East with flagged cope.

Statement of Special Interest

Repaired 1960 B group with items 18, 19, 29.

Scheduled Ancient Monument.

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