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Fortrose, Academy Street, St Andrew's Episcopal Church

Church (19th Century)

Site Name Fortrose, Academy Street, St Andrew's Episcopal Church

Classification Church (19th Century)

Canmore ID 106587

Site Number NH75NW 140

NGR NH 72772 56394

Datum OSGB36 - NGR

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Administrative Areas

  • Council Highland
  • Parish Rosemarkie
  • Former Region Highland
  • Former District Ross And Cromarty
  • Former County Ross And Cromarty

Architecture Notes

ARCHITECTS: Ross & Macbeth, Inverness 1812. Restored 1891. Chancel 1907.

Ross & Macbeth (I.C. 3 Feb 1891) Additions and alterations.

REFERENCE: SCOTTISH RECORD OFFICE

Building of the Episcopal Church.

Specification for Mason work. (copy)

1824 GD128/15/1

Building of the Episcopal Church.

Letter from John Mackenzie for Roderick Macfarquhar (in their capacity as trustees) to John Watson, Builder. (copy)

John Watson's offer to undertake the mason work has been received.

1824 GD128/15/1

Building of a vestry for the New Episcopal Chapel.

Estimate for the Vestry amounts to ?41. (copy)

1824 GD128/15/1

The completion of payment for the Episcopal Chapel.

Letter from James Watson to the Rt Rev. Lord Bishop of Ross and Moray. (copy) He appeals for payment of the balance that had been due to his late father.

1856 GD128/15/1

Building of the Episcopal Chapel.

Letter from John Watson, Builder, Fortrose. He offers to undertake the mason work for ?610. (copy)

1824 GD128/15/1

The completion of payment for the Episcopal Chapel.

Letter from John Watson, Builder and Architect, to the Hon Lady Mackenzie. (copy) He reminds her that he completed the Mason and Plumber work of Chapel and Vestry in 1825. There is still an unpaid balance. He suggests opening a subscription to liquidate the debt.

1847 GD128/15/1

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