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Site of CHAPEL [Collessie] (Site of) Chapel John Stewart Collessie
D. Melville Collessie
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Williamson Ph. [Parish] Minster.
010 [situation] About 20 chains North West from Collessie.
The site of a chapel on a small croft of ground belonging to the Mill at Collessie it was an oblong building of only small dimensions and its out walls and foundation a few feet high and large course blocks were dug up and removed about thirty years ago by Mr. Russel the late tenant and its site put under cultivation as it is at present. the two first named authorities pointed out the site of this object and the Parish Minister the Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Williamson says that it was formerly a Roman Catholic Chapel but when it was built or became a ruin is not known. No human bones or any indications of a grave yard was ever found around it or near it - about forty years ago the first named authority found near it an image of the head neck and the top of the shoulders of a man. it was of stone finely carved. with some fragments of guilding on it - it is supposed to have formerly ornamented some part of the interior of this chapel.

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