Places of Worship in Forglen Parish in Grampian Region

  • Abercrombie Mausoleum, Forglen House

    This site is a private mausoleum and burial ground within the policies of Forglen House. It is not a place of worship in itself and so was not visited or photographed. It was built in a Gothic Revival style and is situated in a thick woo...

  • Forglen Former Parish Church

    Forglen Former Parish Church was built in the early 19th century to replace the older church, located a short distance to the south-east. It was renovated in the 1890s but closed at some point in the later 20th century. It has been conve...

  • Forglen Old Parish Church

    This ruins of this old church lie on an ancient site on the north bank of the River Deveron. A number of churches are known to have existed here, all of which appear to have been dedicated to St Eunan. The church lies within a large rect...

    View of the church remains from the south-east
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  • Forglen United Free Church

    This church was built as a Free Church in the mid 19th century as the Disruption spread to all parishes in Scotland. It is located at a crossroads of small, rural roads in an agricultural landscape and is surrounded by small grounds, whi...

    View of the church from the north-west
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  • St Eunon's Chapel Site, Forglen

    St Eunon's Chapel was known to have stood on land close to the north bank of the River Deveron in a rural, agricultural setting. Burnend Farm is a short distance to the west. The site of the chapel is in a cultivated field today, althoug...

    General site of the chapel, in a field close to the banks of the River Deveron
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