Kilrenny - possibly the East Neuk's oldest settlement

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The Church and Graveyard


NO5704 : Kilrenny Parish Church by Bill Kasman
Built in 1807-1808 on the site of an older church. A 15th-century tower on the western aspect is all that remains of this earlier building which actually had a larger footprint than the present church.
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NO5704 : Kilrenny Parish Church by Bill Kasman
Seen from the A917. The present parish church at Kilrenny was built in 1807-1808. It is almost completely surrounded to the north, south and east by a large graveyard. A tower dating from the 15th century is all that remains of an earlier church.
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NO5704 : Kilrenny Parish Church by Bill Kasman
Off Main Street these gates are the main entrance to the church and one of two entrances to the graveyard. The building on the left is the church hall.
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NO5704 : Kilrenny Parish Church by Bill Kasman
This sign is just inside the main gates.
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NO5704 : Church Hall by Bill Kasman
Originally built as a school the building now serves as the parish church hall. The wall on the right of the image bounds the church and graveyard.
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NO5704 : Kilrenny Parish Church by Bill Kasman
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The Lumsdaine family mausoleum
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NO5704 : Kilrenny Parish Church by Bill Kasman
Showing the Lumsdaine mausoleum, the tower and the main entrance.
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The Scott of Balcomie family mausoleum.
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The Scott of Balcomie family mausoleum.
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Inside the Scott of Balcomie family mausoleum. How this bush has managed to grow in semi-darkness with little rain falling on it is quite amazing!
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NO5704 : Kilrenny Parish Church by Bill Kasman
The Lumsdaine family mausoleum.
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Inside the Lumsdaine family mausoleum.
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Leaded window in church wall.
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On the wall of the church. Not sure what it represents since it's badly weathered and all but indecipherable and there doesn't seem to be a grave associated with it.
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NO5704 : Kilrenny Parish Church by Bill Kasman
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The steps lead to the A917.
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NO5704 : Kilrenny Parish Church by Bill Kasman
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Someone might have turned this broken headstone the right way round so that people could at least read the inscription!
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