List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FETTERANGUS CHURCH (Remains of) (Remains of) Fetterangus Church
(Remains of) Fetterangus Church
(Remains of) Fetterangus Church
Pratts "Buchan"
Pratts "Buchan"
Pratts "Buchan"
013 "and about two and a half miles in a north easterly direction from the village of Deer, are the ruins of the old parish church of Fetterangus, built on a slight eminence, and at the distance of a few hundred yards west from the village of the same name. It stands in the north-west corner of the small churchyard, and had been of diminutive size - measuring thirty-three by twelve feet inside. The entrance was in the south wall, and about one-third of its length from the west end. Not enough of the wall remains to indicate the number of windows. The church stands east and west, but is otherwise of no particular significance." Page 99. Pratts Buchan
W [Willox] - (Page 99.)
"To the north-east of the church, one mile and a half, stand the ruines of an old chapell, Called Fether-Angus, which was a free
[Continued on page 30]

Continued entries/extra info

[Page] 29
Aberdeenshire -- Old Deer Parish

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

CorrieBuidhe- Moderator, June Lobban

  Location information for this page.