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Former Churchyard and Keith Mausoleum, Tulliallan (excluding Scheduled Monument No 2246 'Tombstone 450m N of Windyhill')LB17130

Status: Designated


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Group Category Details
100000019 - See Notes
Date Added
Last Date Amended
Local Authority
Planning Authority
NS 94042 89529
294042, 689529


Early chapel site, walled churchyard on raised knoll with many fine 17th and 18th century carved gravestones and 1830 rectangular mausoleum to Keith family. Rubble boundary walls.

MAUSOLEUM: 1830 (dated), a simplified version of the Mar Mausoleum at Alloa, probably by James Gillespie Graham. Rectangular Gothic buttressed mausoleum; finely stugged ashlar with polished dressings, margins and buttresses. Pointed arch doorway with hoodmould to south gable, studded timber door. Small lancet to gable head, hoodmoulded with mask label stops. Buttressed blind flanks. Eaves cornice, chunky crowstepped gables, slate roof partially collapsed.

Interior: memorial tablets and slabs to Keith family.

Statement of Special Interest

A-group with Tulliallan Castle, Tulliallan Castle Walled Garden, Tulliallan Doocot and Blackhall Lodge (see separate listings).

An 11th century hogback stone (184cm long) located 5 metres south of the Keith Mausoleum is Scheduled Monument No 2246 and is excluded from the listing.

Statutory address and listed building record updated in 2015. Previously listed as "Former Churchyard and Keith Mausoleum, Tulliallan".



Ordnance Survey (1865, Surveyed 1864) 25 miles to 1 inch scale, London: Ordnance Survey.

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