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Cranshaws Parish Church

Church (19th Century), War Memorial (20th Century)

Site Name Cranshaws Parish Church

Classification Church (19th Century), War Memorial (20th Century)

Alternative Name(s) Cranshaws Church (Church Of Scotland) Including Graveyard, Gatepiers And Gates

Canmore ID 57518

Site Number NT66SE 18

NGR NT 69231 61843

Datum OSGB36 - NGR


Ordnance Survey licence number 100057073. All rights reserved.
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Administrative Areas

  • Council Scottish Borders, The
  • Parish Cranshaws
  • Former Region Borders
  • Former District Berwickshire
  • Former County Berwickshire

Architecture Notes

NT66SE 18.00 69231 61843

NT66NE 18.01 69216 61833 Churchyard

NT66NE 18.02 69188 61947 Manse

NT66NE 18.03 69174 61919 Manse, Outbuilding

For (predecessor) Cranshaws Old Church, see NT66SE 6 68360 61676.


Built 1739 - Restored 1899

(Undated) information in NMRS.


Scottish Record Office -

Repair of the Church.

Letter from John Bertram to James Watson of Saughton. He

enclosed report and estimates from mason and wright.

Walls require to be pinned and harled, gables flattened and steeple

partly taken down. Some seats require flooring, 2 new joists are

needed for the ceiling and a window make on either side of the pulpit.

Mason-Adam Darling. Wright-William Gilchrist

1813 GD150/3202/5-8

Repair of the Church. Letter from William Cunningham to James Walson

of Saughton. Tradesmen have begun to repair the passage and floor

of the Church.

The Estimate is 60 guinaes for additional work that entails

making a new pulpit and seats.

18 August

1814 GD150/3535/24

(Undated) information in NMRS.


Project (February 2014 - July 2014)

A data upgrade project to record war memorials.

Sbc Note

Visibility: This is an upstanding building.

Information from Scottish Borders Council.


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