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OLD KIRK OF CRUIVES OF CREE Old Kirk of Cruives of Cree
Old Kirk of Cruives of Cree
Old Kirk of Cruives of Cree
James Mc Muldroch
History of Wigtonshire
John McDooal
George McHaffie Esq. Wigton
Alexander Hannay
008 [Situation] -NE [North East] portion of the Parish & about 4 1/2 miles from Newtonstewart & on the SW [South West] side of the road leading from Newtonstewart to Ayr.- An old church with a yard or [burial] ground attached to it. "About 5 miles N [North] of newton stewart are the ruins of a chapel which was built in 1508 by John Kennedy of Blairquhan who erected it to St Ninian and endowed the Chaplaincy for the celebration of the Devine service in it with an annual rent of £8-10.0 from the Barony of Alloway. This was confirmed by the Kings charter 20 June 1508" see caledonia [Chalmers] page 435. The East Gable [the] foundation is all that is now to be seen. Some poor people are still buried here. W- -
Daniel Ferguson
James Thomson
Farmer Glassoch
George McHaffie Esq. Wigton
Ainslie's Map of Wigton 1782
008 [Situation] - about 1/2 mile N [North] by West of the old Kirk of the Cruives of Cree - A small Farm house with out houses and a large farm principally moor land attached the property of Colonel Stopford Blair

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Old Kirk of the cruives of Cree - Form - Page 13

Glenhapple -- Form 136 - Page 14

St. Ninian's Chapel - Chalmers Caledonia - Vol 3 Page 425

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