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Strathmiglo Parish Church, Kirkwynd. Interior, view from North East.

SC 397876

Description Strathmiglo Parish Church, Kirkwynd. Interior, view from North East.

Catalogue Number SC 397876

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of C 61165 CN

Scope and Content Interior, 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. The present pulpit is a replacement for one installed on the south wall in 1848-9. The stained-glass windows, installed in around 1920, commemorate men killed in World War I. Strathmiglo was established in 1600, 91 years after the local laird, Sir William Scott of Balwearie, gained the right to create a burgh of barony. By the 1800s, the burgh was a thriving weaving centre. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.


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