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SCONE PALACE MORTUARY CHAPEL OR MAUSOLEUM. BOOT (OR MOOT) HILLLB18371

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
A
Date Added
05/10/1971
Local Authority
Perth And Kinross
Planning Authority
Perth And Kinross
Parish
Scone
NGR
NO 11418 26636
Coordinates
311418, 726636

Description

On site of former Parish Church of Scone, said to have been the aisle of the old church. Remodelled 1807 by Atkinson. Gothic. Rectangular, rubble-built with droved dressings; Octagonal corner towers; stairway to vault below with old dormer head over. Baroque monument to 1st Lord Stormont in alabaster on N. wall columned aedicule with figure of

Lord Stormont kneeling on a cushion at an altar flanked by two figures in armour: other memorials; collection of old gravestones in churchyard.

Statement of Special Interest

For Stormont Monument. There is also a table tomb to Rev. John Wright (+1791) on the N. side of the drive to the N.E. of the church.

References

Bibliography

J.D. Urquhart, Historical Sketches of Scone.

B.C. Skinner Scone Palace.

O.S.A. v. XVIII.

Church demolished c.1784; description of monuments.

Plans, Scone Palace unsigned, dated 1807.

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