Places of Worship in Inverarity Parish in Tayside Region

  • Corbie Den Church, Inverarity

    A church and graveyard once stood here, but had fallen out of use before the time of the Reformation. A local farmer apparently dug up parts of the foundations of the church and graves in the mid 19th century. A visit by the Ordnance Sur...

    View of the site where the church was said to have stood
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  • Inverarity Old Church

    The original parish church of Inverarity was dedicated in 1243 by Bishop David. It was located near Fotheringham House, but replaced by the current Inverarity Parish Church, built in 1754. It is said locally that the owners of Fotheringh...

  • Inverarity Parish Church

    This small Georgian church was built in 1754 and was originally a single-storied building. It had a second storey and new roof added in the mid 19th century. It is located in rolling farm land in central Angus and is surrounde...

    Inverarity Church
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  • Kirkbuddo Old Church and Burial Ground

    The site of Kirkbuddo Church and graveyard is located within a walled enclosure in the middle of arable fields. The church was of medieval date and was a rectory belonging to Guthrie Church. It was suppressed during the Reformation and a...

    The gateway to the graveyard enclosure and church site
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  • Meathie Church, Inverarity

    A pre-Reformation church was located on a hillside close to Easter Meathie Farm, in what is now a large forestry plantation. The church was dedicated in 1243 and was the parish church of the old parish of Meathie-Lour until 1667, after w...

    The hillside and forest where the church was said to have been located
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