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Strathmiglo Parish Church, Kirkwynd. View of a large stained glass window to the left of the pulpit

C 61169 CN

Description Strathmiglo Parish Church, Kirkwynd. View of a large stained glass window to the left of the pulpit

Date 1995

Catalogue Number C 61169 CN

Category Photographs and Off-line Digital Images

Copies SC 397878

Scope and Content Stained glass window, Strathmiglo Parish Church, Strathmiglo, Fife Strathmiglo Parish Church was built in 1783-4 by George Kilgour to his own design. The interior was altered and refurbished in 1848-9. This stained-glass window was installed in about 1920 to commemorate men killed in World War I, including James Russell Middleton who transferred from the Cameron Highlanders to join the Royal Flying Corps, the forerunner of the RAF. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.

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