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Innerpeffray Chapel
Innerpeffray Chapel
Innerpeffray Kirk
James Christie Librarian &c. Innerpeffray by Madderty
James McRosty Banker, Crieff
Peter Allan Dollerie Muir by Madderty
General Roy's Antiquities of Scotland
107 A chapel & graveyard situated on eminence on the north bank of the River Earn at Innerpeffray Ferry - the walls & roof are entire and in good preservation and the graveyard is still used as a place of interment, the interior of the Chapel contains the burial places of the Drummond & Strathallan families.
In the Archive Chest of the Drummond family, documents are preserved, showing that it was erected in 1510 by John - 1st Lord Drummond of Perth, who mortified an aliment for the Provost & established it the burial place of the family, in all time coming. It is on the property of Capt. [Captain] Drummond of Cromlix.

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