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Churchyard, E U Congregational Church, Pathhead, Mid Street, Kirkcaldy

A Category B Listed Building in Kirkcaldy, Fife

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Latitude: 56.1199 / 56°7'11"N

Longitude: -3.1498 / 3°8'59"W

OS Eastings: 328610

OS Northings: 692500

OS Grid: NT286925

Mapcode National: GBR 2B.LDB1

Mapcode Global: WH6RV.LF9S

Plus Code: 9C8R4V92+X3

Entry Name: Churchyard, E U Congregational Church, Pathhead, Mid Street, Kirkcaldy

Listing Name: Mid Street, Pathhead Feuars' Graveyard with Boundary Walls, Gatepiers and Gates

Listing Date: 26 March 1998

Category: B

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 392480

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB45539

Building Class: Cultural

ID on this website: 200392480

Location: Kirkcaldy

County: Fife

Town: Kirkcaldy

Electoral Ward: Kirkcaldy East

Traditional County: Fife

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Private graveyard of late 17th century origin. Enclosed ground with gates to S and E.

Predominance of simple classical stones with curvilinear or pedimented heads. Some fine 18th century stones including segmental-headed memorial to Thomas Alison dated 1746, tympanum with hand holding candle-making rack, and small flanking stones with weighing scales and figure '4': nearby small round-headed and shouldered stone to David Ramsay 1758 depicting maltster's symbols, (both to SE wall).

Curvilinear-headed stone inscribed "Erected by public subscription to mark the grave of Andrew Wilson whose name associated with the genius of Sir W Scott and the Porteous Mob has obtained a distinguished place in Scottish story. He was a native of this town and was executed at Edinburgh 1736."

W wall with stone depicting 3 tigers each with shuttle in mouth, and stretchers, to Speedie weavers, and to Robert Speedie, manufacturer, died 1854.

BOUNDARY WALLS, GATEPIERS AND GATES: coped rubble boundary walls with wide arched entrance to S (possibly carved but obscured by dense foliage), further gate to E with square-section ashlar gatepiers and stepped coping; wrought-iron gates.

Statement of Interest

The ground was a gift to the Pathhead Feuars, in 1684, from John Watson of Path House (listed separately). Also separately listed is the Feuars' Arms.

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