Listed Building

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PARISH CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW, TYRIELB16443

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
16/04/1971
Local Authority
Aberdeenshire
Planning Authority
Aberdeenshire
Parish
Tyrie
NGR
NJ 93009 63110
Coordinates
393009, 863110

Description

1800. Rectangular, rough ashlar granite with cherry-cocking,

N. wall blank, rubble. Straight skews with skewputts, birdcage

bellcote with ball-finial at W. gable. S. wall originally 2

round-headed windows with small square headed windows either

side, E. window raised to match arched windows, U-plan gallery

reduced to W. gallery and chancel formed 1902-3 Wm. Reid

(Fraserburgh) Pieter Seest bell, dated 177(?3). Raven Stone

within church, symbol stone, blue mica schist 3'8" x 2'4" with

eagle 2 legged rectangle with hollows and Z-rod.

Statement of Special Interest

Ecclesiastical building in use as such. Raven stone scheduled

monument.

References

Bibliography

N.S.A. v. 12 p.725.

Hay Post Ref. Chs. p.244. 3 S.A. p.350, 356.

Heritors' Records.

The minister obtained plans from A.M. Mackenzie and Reid's

scheme may have been based on his, as it is similar to other

Mackenzie work of this date.

P.S.A.S. v.XCI p.110. 3 documents relating to building of

church in vestry.

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