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NEW ABBEY VILLAGE ST MARY'S RC CHURCH AND PRESBYTERYLB17311

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
26/06/1986
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Parish
New Abbey
NGR
NX 96666 66095
Coordinates
296666, 566095

Description

Walter Newall, architect. Built circa 1824. T-plan presbytery

and rectangular church combined in cruciform-plan

arrangement. White granite rubble, red ashlar dressings, west

wing of presbytery harled. Presbytery is 2 storeys, most

windows hood-moulded, string at cill level to either floor,

sash windows mostly small-paned; bipartites in north gable,

projecting ground floor bipartite in west gable; low, lean-to

in either re-entrant angle (porch at north) beside window in

tall pointed panel.

Church has 2 bays, pointed windows with wooden Y-tracery

(hood-moulded to north elevation), blind Tudor-arched window

to east gable, above gabled porch. Brick stack rises above

south wall. All main gables cross-finialed, shaped skews

above heavy corbels over wall-head. Roofed with graded

slates.

Interior of chapel: 2 leaded windows, that to north by Maver

& Co, Munich, after 1888, that to south, in similar style,

after 1901.

Cusped wooden panelling to sanctuary walls, and painted

Madonna and child, J G MacLellan of Dumfries, artist. Sundial

to west on plain octagonal granite column, bronze dial

inscribed "John Copland, fecit, May 1827"; designed for New

Abbey latitude.

Statement of Special Interest

Ecclesiastical building in use as such.

SRO plan include alternative design with cusped-traceried

windows.

References

Bibliography

SRO

RHP 3545

Groome, GAZETTEER vol V, p102

NEW STATISTICAL ACCOUNT p.251 (gives date as circa 1827).

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