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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 689678

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes


NO50NE 8.00 57486 05098.

NO50NE 8.01 NO 57467 05089 Walled Gardens

NO50NE 8.02 NO 57417 05177 Stables

See also:

NO50SE 2 NO 57437 04966 Dovecot

NO50NE 18 NO 57821 05073 East Lodge


DATES: 1740 (Stables - 1746)

Armorial Panel above door 1650

(Undated) information in NMRS.

Innergellie. The present mansion (at NO 5747 0510) was built in 1740 and the stables in 1746. Above the entrance is an armorial panel, doubtless from an earlier house, dated 1650 and initialled S.I.L. for Sir James Lumsden and D.C.R. for Dame Christian Rutherford, his wife. On the lawn is a fragment of a 17th century sundial.

In 1642, Colonel Sir James Lumsden had a charter granting him portions of the lands of Innergellie, including the part "with the mansion" (Reg Magni Sig Reg Scot 1642).


Innergellie. Over the gate in the wall to the right of the main entrance to the house is a triangular pediment with the date 1619 and the initials W.D. and M.B. (Jean M Ralston).

Information from D C Baird, 27 June 1956.

As described by RCAHMS.

Visited by OS (WDJ) 23 August 1968

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