List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRESSWELL CHAPEL (In Ruins) Cresswell or Cresswell Chapel (in Ruins)
Cresswell or Cresswell Chapel (in Ruins)
Cresswell or Cresswell Chapel (in Ruins)
Mr. Crawford Greenock
Mr. Arbuckle
Mr. Broadfoot
Fullertons Gazetteer 1842
Chalmers Caledonia
001.11 About 1¼ mile north east from the Village of Innerkip the road to Greenock passes through the ruins of the building. A portion of the walls is still Standing on each side of the road.

"At Christwell there stood a Chapel which was founded in the reign of Robert III and was endowed with lands in this Parish.
[Fullertons Gazetteer]
Mr Crawford told me that Christwell was the original name of this place and that about 60 years ago the road was made through the old building, but how long it had been in ruins previously to that time he could not say.

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Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 1.11 T. [Trace] 6

The chapel at Christwell was founded in the Reign of
Robert III, And endowed with a considerable extent of lands between
the lands of Sprangock, and those of Lavan; and with some lands
adjacent to the Chapel Chalmers Caledonia Vol 3. p. [page] 843.

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