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OLD PARISH CHURCH (ST. BRIDE'S) RUINS.LB9094

Status: Removed

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
16/04/1971
Date Removed:
20/10/2016
Local Authority
Aberdeenshire
Planning Authority
Aberdeenshire
Parish
Kildrummy
NGR
NJ 47245 17556
Coordinates
347245, 817556

Removal Reason

Dual designation

Description

N. wall and S. (Elphinstone) aisle remain. N. wall contains

arched gothic recess (believed to be an Easter sepulchre

containing fine relief effigy slab to 4th laird of Brux (? c.

1400 re-used); built into wall notable slab to Alexander

Reid, 17th century.

Elphinstone aisle dated 1605 on jamb of S. door; rubble

built, S. gable crowstepped, door has originally been

transomed window. Contains slab with 3 relief figures.

Repairs and alterations 1862.

Statement of Special Interest

Scheduled 19 December 2002. SAM 10729

References

Bibliography

W. Douglas Simpson, Castle of Kildrummy pp. 259-263.

W. Douglas Simpson, Earldom of Mar pp. 47-8.

W. Douglas Simpson, Mo. P.B.W. guide p.4.

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