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- Category: A
- Date Added: 16/04/1971
- Local Authority: Aberdeenshire
- Planning Authority: Aberdeenshire
- Parish: Auchindoir And Kearn
National Grid Reference
- NGR: NJ 47766 24559
- Coordinates: 347766, 824559
Originally 13th century. Rectangular plan 56'4" x 25'
rubble built 3'2" thick walls. Fine Transitional S.W. door
-way with nook shafts and bell capitals; bar-hole to door.
Remodelled early 16th cent, fine sacrament house of that
date inserted into interior of small lancet window; 2 17th
cent. windows in s. wall, ogee headed panel over S.E. doorway
with (later) M.A.S. 1658 inscription. M.W.D. 1638 at S.E.
skewput. Bellcote dated 1664; repaired 1785 unroofed 1810-11.
Within Church Gordon coat of arms 1557; 1580 slab. 6 panels
from pulpit preserved at Clova House.
Statement of Special Interest
Nook shafts replaced circa 1983.
Scheduled Ancient Monument.
O.S.A. vXII p.499
N.S.A v.XII p.411
Ecc. Arch v.II p.283
W. Douglas Simpson in P.S.A.S. LXIV p.48 et seq.; further
notes LXVI p.99.
Jervise in P.S.A.S. v.VIII p.323-7
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