Ogston, former parish, Drainie

Grid reference

NJ 192 689 (accurate position)

Six-figure easting & northing

319200 868900

Latitude

57.70288882022554

Longitude

-3.3559362125191092

County

Morayshire

Nearby places

Michael Kirk, Ogston, Drainie (0 miles)

St Lawrence's Well, well, Duffus (1.1 miles)

St Peter's Kirk, Duffus (1.13 miles)

Duffus, parish (1.13 miles)

St Peter's Well, well, Duffus (1.25 miles)

Object Classification

Parish (non-extant in 1975)

Is linear feature?

No

Notes

NGR for Michael Kirk, Ogston, Drainie.

Relationships with other parishes

Within Drainie, parish, aka Kinneddar

Relationships with other places

Contains Michael Kirk, Ogston, Drainie

Parish details

Ogston now part of Drainie DRA

Parish TLA

OGX

Medieval diocese

Moray

Parish notes

Cowan 1967, 58 (under Ogston MRY Elgn) says ‘possibly the chapel of Hogeston’ in Mor. Reg. no.94. He goes on ‘the church had soon attained parochial status and was served by a vicar. It was evidently from an early period, as it remained at the Reformation, a mensal church of the bishop of Moray to whom both parsonage and vicarage revenues accrued, while the cure was a vicarage pensionary. Cowan 1967, 158-9. United with Kinneddar before about 1666, when the united parish kirk was built at Drainie, whence the modern parish takes its name. The manse and glebe, however, remained at Kinneddar, about a mile eastward of the church.