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OLD PARISH CHURCH OF DYCE WITH CHURCHYARD WALL AND WATCHHOUSELB2245

Status: Removed

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Summary

Category
A
Date Added
16/04/1971
Date Removed:
14/09/2016
Local Authority
Aberdeen
Planning Authority
Aberdeen
Parish
Dyce
NGR
NJ 87527 15413
Coordinates
387527, 815413

Removal Reason

Dual designation

Description

13th/14th century (?) much altered.

Long rubble built rectangle with bellcote, plain splayed

gothic doorways N.W. and S.W., remains of moulded gothic

doorway in S. wall approx. at line of screen. Square headed

windows inserted later, base of sacrament house within.

Collection of stones in E. wall, symbol stone with elephant

smaller symbol stone, cross slab with double disc and smaller cross-marked stones. Small watch house with good 18th century gravestone; no other stones of special note.

Statement of Special Interest

Stones Guardianship Monuments.

References

Bibliography

O.S.A. v. 3 p.131, 133

N.S.A. v.12 p.128 + 122

3 S.A. p.168

P.S.A.S. v.LXXIV p.96 (il.)

(Cross slab)

P.S.A.S. v. lv p.226

(watch house)

Sculptured stones of Scotland v. 1 pl. 9

W. Douglas Simpson

Province of Mar p.111

P.S.A.S. v.XC p.147 (bellcote ascribed to 16th cent.)

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Dyce Symbol Stones

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Related Designations

  1. Dyce, St Fergus's Church, old parish church and graveyardSM8843

    Designation Type
    Scheduled Monument
    Status
    Designated

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