Places of Worship in Glass Parish in Grampian Region

  • Auchinhandoch Church Site, Glass

    An early church has been suggested here only by possible place-name evidence: 'Auchenhandock' could (possibly) suggest the site of an early church, although the second part of the word may mean 'buying' or 'marketing'. There is a farm ne...

    The area in which the possible early church may have been located
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  • Chapel Hill, Glass

    A small chapel was said to have stood on the side of Chapel Hill in Glass parish. It was investigated by the Ordnance Survey in 1870 but only a scatter of stones was recorded. No remains have been found since then - by The Ordnance Surve...

    The hillside on which the chapel was said to have stood
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  • Glass Parish Church

    Glass Parish Church is located in the heart of rural Aberdeenshire, a short distant north of the River Deveron. The church stands in a secluded area, with woodland to the east and farmland to the north and west. There are a number of cot...

    View of Church from north-east
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  • Walla' Kirk and Burial Ground, Glass

    This early church site is located close to the banks of the Deveron river and is surrounded by large fields, with trees lining the river banks. A long, straight driveway, between two field boundaries, provides access to the church and gr...

    Driveway and graveyard  from west
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