List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ST MURDOCH'S CHAPEL (Remains of) St. Murdoch's Chapel (Remains of)
St. Murdoch's Chapel (Remains of)
St. Murdoch's Chapel (Remains of)
St. Murdoch's Chapel (Remains of)
Rev. [Reverend] George Arklay
Joseph Morrison
Stat [Statistical] Account
Fullarton's Gazetteer
New Stat: [Statistical] Account
041 The only portion of this building remaining is the east end which is almost entire. It stands about 12 feet high and is 4 feet in thickness. The foundation of the whole of the building can be seen and is shewn on trace by a dotted line.
"About a mile Northeast of Ethie House, on the coast, are the ruins of a religious house called St. Murdoch's Chapel in which the
monks of Arbroath officiated". Fullarton's Gazetteer

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Co. [County] Forfar -- Inverkeillor Parish

"About a mile North-east from Ethie House, the seat of the Earl of
Northesk and near the sea, stand the remains of a church with an
enclised burying-ground around it. It is called St. Murdoch's Chapel
A considerable part of the walls is still standing. It is said to have
been a parish Church." New Stat: [Statistical] Account.

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