Places of Worship in Boharm Parish in Grampian Region

  • Arndilly House, built on the site of a church and graveyard (photo copyright of Anne Burgess, www.geograph.org.uk)
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  • Boharm Old Parish Church

    Boharm Old Church was built in 1618 and was a small building with a T-plan. It was built with rubble stone but only the west gable and part of the east gable survive. The church was presumably ruinous when a burial enclosure was built at...

    View of the ruined church and graveyard (photo copyright of Anne Burgess, www.geograph.org.uk)
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  • Former Boharm Parish Church

    This is the former parish church of Boharm, replacing a much earlier building, the ruins of which are located nearby. It closed as a church some time ago and is now a private house, set in mature garden grounds on the edge of a forestry ...

  • Mulben Former Free Church, Boharm

    This former church was built as a Free Church in the mid 19th century in the small hamlet of Mulben, a linear settlement at a busy crossroads in a rural setting. The church stands in small grounds, slightly back from the busy A95 road an...

    The former church from the south-west
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  • St Nicholas Hospital Site, Boharm

    This is the site of a medieval monastic hospital and associated chapel. A chapel here, dedicated to St Nicholas, is first mentioned in the records in 1232 and a hospital for the reception of poor travellers was known to exist here a few ...

    The general site of the hospital and chapel, on the east bank of the Spey, close to two bridges.
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