Lumphanan, parish

Grid reference

NJ 579 038 (accurate position)

Six-figure easting & northing

357900 803800

Latitude

57.1233828488251

Longitude

-2.695405620424332

Nearby places

Lumphanan, eccles., St Finan's, Lumphanan (0 miles)

Marywell, settlement, Lumphanan (1.25 miles)

Mary Well, Lumphanan (1.28 miles)

Maryfield, Kincardine O'Neil (1.75 miles)

St Erchard's Well, Kincardine O'Neil (2.71 miles)

Object Classification

Parish (extant in 1975)

Is linear feature?

No

Notes

NGR is for 'St Finan's Church', close to the Motte of Lumphanan, and beside the old manse of the parish, now called St Finan's Barn (OS Digimap).

Relationships with other places

Contains Lumphanan, eccles., St Finan's, Lumphanan

Contains Marywell, settlement, Lumphanan

Parish details

Lumphanan

Parish TLA

LUP

County

Aberdeenshire

Medieval diocese

Aberdeen

Parish notes

Granted with all its teinds to the newly founded hospital of Kincardine O’Neil KCO by its founder Alan Durward, before 1231, this grant was confirmed in 1250 (Abdn. Reg. ii, 268, 274). While in origin the church may have been independent, it was thenceforward regarded as a pendicle of Kincardine O’Neil, its fruits, both parsonage and vicarage, being erected into a prebend of Aberdeen cathedral by Bp. Alexander de Kyninmund (Abdn. Reg. i, 51, 64-5, 83; ii, 252). See Kincardine O’Neil for more details. Cowan 1967, 140. Is the chapel of Forthery now Fordie KCO? Alexander 1952, 279 has earliest form of this name: Fordie ‘cum the Banzeauchhauch 1601 Alexander 1952, 279