Places of Worship in Inverkeilor Parish in Tayside Region

  • Chapelton Burial Ground and Chapel, Inverkeilor

    This is the site of a small family chapel and burial ground. It is located alongside the minor B965 road close to Chapelton Farm. Open countryside and arable fields surround the site.

    The chapel was built for the Whitefield of Bo...

    Boysack Family Chapel
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  • Inverkeilor Former Free Church

    Inverkeilor church hall was originally built as a Free Church in 1843. It stands in the village not far from Inverkeilor Parish Church. It is a small building and has coursed rubble sandstone walls with tooled dressings and corner stones...

    View of the north-east elevation
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  • Inverkeilor Parish Church

    Inverkeilor Parish Church was built at the end of the 17th century and dedicated to St Macconoc or Conan. It was originally a long, narrow rectangle but in the 18th century the Anniston Aisle was built on to the rear of the church, creat...

    View of the church from the south-west
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  • Kinblethmont Chapel, Inverkeilor

    The possible remains of this chapel have not yet been discovered, despite a visit to the site. It is thought to have been located near to a farm steading, pictured.  

    RCAHMS argue that the chapel may never have existed,...

    The farmyard thought to be near where the chapel was located.
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  • St Murdoch's Chapel, Inverkeilor

    This small chapel was dedicated to St Murdoch and was around 18m by 7m. There was a small triangular-shaped burial ground around the building. The church was granted to Arbroath Abbey in the reign of William I.

    Only the east gabl...

    The surviving gable section
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