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Architecture Notes

Event ID 676118

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Architecture Notes

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/event/676118

NMRS REFERENCE

Glenorchy Church.

ARCHITECT: James Elliot 1811.

EXTERNAL REFERENCE.

SCOTTISH RECORD OFFICE:

GD 112/16 (Breadalbane)

4/5/15-33 John Campbell, Inveraray, to Lord Breadalbane, with enclosures June-November 1806 - need to build new church in Glenorchy and plans to be submitted for it by Mr Stevenson of Oban.

EXTERNAL REFERENCE.

SCOTTISH RECORD OFFICE.

Glenorchy Church.

Repair of the Church.

Payments made to Mason, Wright and Slater.

The work included making 3 new windows.

Book of Accounts kept by Archibald Campbell, Chamberlain.

1791. GD112/9/51.

Building of the new Church.

Letter to Lord Breadalbane from James Elliot, Architect.

The contract is to be completed with (Allan) John Stone, (Mason Contractor), but as the season is well advanced the work is unlikely to be completed before January 1810.

(Built 1810. Opened 1811).

1809 GD112/20/1

(Cross ref. GD112/51/8)

Building of Glenorchy Church.

Note of estimate made under other matters concerning Johnstone and Millar, (Wrights).

It amounts to #1526:2.3 1/2.

GD112/20/2.

Building of the Church.

Memorandum states that it was built according to the plans of James Elliot, Architect, but he was not responsible for the supervision of the work but only for its final inspection.

1810 GD112/20/4.

Proposed Church to be built at Glenorchy.

Letters, specifications, estimates and contract.

The estimate accepted from Allan Johnstone, mason-contractor amounts to #1552.3.7.

Architect: James Elliot.

1807-1809 GD112/51/8.

Building of Glenorchy Church.

Memo for the Earl of Breadalbane.

Allan Johnstone's drafts to be honoured and the balance of #252 paid.

1811 GD112/20/2.

People and Organisations

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