The Churches of Britain and Ireland


Angus on Wikipedia.

Aberlemno, the Parish Church. Derek Robertson.
Arbirlot, the Parish Church. The former Free Church, now used as a community hall. Both Derek Robertson.                                                                                   


Barry, the Parish Church. Derek Robertson.

Carmyllie, the Parish Church. Derek Robertson.
Colliston, Church of Scotland. Derek Robertson.
Cortachy, Old Parish Church (1828). Kevin Price (2012). Link1. Link2.
Craig, the Parish Church. Derek Robertson.

Edzell, Edzell & Lethnot Parish Church (CoS). More photos, including the interior, can be seen here. NO 5985 6920. Derek Robertson. Link. Category B listed, wherein it's dated to 1818. Older O.S. maps also show two Free Churches (later United Free) in the village, both demolished. The more northerly, near the parish church, stood on Lethnot Road at NO 5994 6912. Pre-dating a map of 1861, the building survived well into the last century, but had probably gone out of use earlier. Its site was seen by Streetview in 2022. It likely went out of use in the early 20th century, replaced by the other Free Church on Dalhousie Street, at NO 6000 6875. Bungalows now occupy the site (2008 Streetview). Oddly, it still has a Category B listing, which dates it to 1900. An old postcard view of a United Free Church can be seen here - this is the Dalhousie Street church, as it has a tower, which is indicated on O.S. maps. About a mile west of the village is a large graveyard. In it stands the Lindsay Burial Aisle, where members of the Lindsay family of the nearby Edzell Castle are laid to rest. According to this source (where there is a good photo), it was originally a chantry chapel of circa 1550. NO 5826 6869.

Farnell, Church of Scotland. Derek Robertson.

Friockheim, Church of Scotland. Derek Robertson.

Glenprosen Village, the Kirk. Gill Gaiser.
Guthrie, the Parish Church (CoS). Derek Robertson.

Inverkeilor, CoS. Former Free Church. Both Derek Robertson.

Kinnell, now derelict. Derek Robertson.
Kirkton of Glenisla, Glenisla Parish Church (CoS). Kevin Price (2012). Link.
The now demolished ruins of the Free Church of Scotland. Established 1849, and closed circa 1941. Taken on a family holiday in 1964, Carole's researches have established that a house has been built on the site. From Carole Sage's collection.
Kirkton of Kingoldrum, the former Church of Scotland (closed 2009). Kevin Price (2012). Link.
Kirriemuir, Free Baptist Church (above the shops) on Bank Street. Kevin Price (2012). Link.

Letham, the Parish Church. Derek Robertson.
Logie, the ruins of the former parish church. Derek Robertson.
Lunan, CoS. Derek Robertson.
Lunanhead, St. Margaret (Scottish Episcopal, 1906). Peter Morgan (2014). Link.

Maryton, the Parish Church (CoS). Derek Robertson.
Milton of Clova, Clova Kirk (CoS). Kevin advises that services are held here only on special occasions, and that the newly formed Esk Congregational Church worships here monthly. Kevin Price (2012). Link.
Monikie, the Parish Church (CoS). Derek Robertson.
Montrose, Old and St. Andrew's Church (CoS) on High Street. Built in 1791 on an older site, the spire was added in 1834. NO 715 578. Link1. Link2. Melville South Parish Church (CoS) on Castle Street. NO 713 575. Link. St. Margaret (R.C., 1886) on Market Street. NO 716 581. Link1. Link2. Knox United Free Church of Scotland (1851) on Mill Street. This has also been known previously as Mill Street United Presbyterian Church, and St. Luke's United Free Church. NO 716 852. Link. All John Balaam (2014).
Murroes, the Parish Church (CoS). Derek Robertson. Link.

Panbride, (CoS). Another view. Both Derek Robertson. Link.

Rescobie, the Parish Church (CoS). Derek Robertson. Link.
Restenneth, the remains of Restenneth Priory. Two additional views - 1, 2. All Peter Morgan (2014). Link1. Link2. Link3. Grade A listed.

Tannadice, Parish Church (CoS). Another view. Both Kevin Price (2012). Link.
Tealing, the Parish Church (CoS). Derek Robertson.




29 March 2023

Steve Bulman

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