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Latitude: 57.3276 / 57°19'39"N
Longitude: -3.0206 / 3°1'14"W
OS Eastings: 338646
OS Northings: 826804
OS Grid: NJ386268
Mapcode National: GBR L9XC.10K
Mapcode Global: WH7M7.K2VW
Plus Code: 9C9R8XHH+3Q
Entry Name: Cabrach Parish Church
Listing Name: Cabrach Parish Church and Burial Ground (Church of Scotland)
Listing Date: 22 February 1972
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 333139
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB2255
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: Speyside Glenlivet
Traditional County: Aberdeenshire
Dated 1786. Simple rectangular church with symmetrical 4-bay
S elevation and entrance in W gable. Roughly harled rubble,
tooled rubble and ashlar dressings. 4 square-headed windows
in S front with 12-pane glazing and hinges
Double-leaf plank door in W with gallery window above.
Bellcote at E gable apex with shaped cap and ball finial;
Banffshire slate roof with stone ridge. Later single bay
Minister's room at E gable.
INTERIOR: plain interior, re-cast circa 1900. Gallery at
W; pulpit fronts semi-circular alcove (probably replacing
former E doorway) with moulded surround and painted text.
Panelled pulpit with neo-Jacobean detailing reached by
short flight stairs with turned balusters to handrail.
Simple late 18th century delicate plaster motif in centre
in ceiling, surrounding lamphook.
Mural memorial dated 1771 (re-set from earlier church).
Further 1817 memorial.
BURIAL GROUND: rubble walls enclose burial ground. Tooled
ashlar piers with shaped caps and ball finial flank
carriage entrance; similar piers to pedestrian entrance.
Good 18th and 19th century local slate tombstones.
Ecclesiastical building in use as such.
Present church replaced that of 1580 on same site.
Date on left skewputt.
1771 Mural monument inscribed 'Before this Stone lyes
Elizabeth Grant late Spouse to Mr James Gordon Minr.
here who died March 2 1771 Aged 46 years and her Two Sons
Viz George and John Gordons' Painted coat of arms heads