St Conan's Well, Glenbervie

Grid reference

NO 774 810 (accurate position)

Six-figure easting & northing

377400 781000

Latitude

56.91991809885728

Longitude

-2.3712695260941636

Altitude (metres)

125

County

Kincardineshire

Nearby places

Michael Fair, Glenbervie (0.57 miles)

Glenbervie, parish (0.57 miles)

St Michael's Church, Glenbervie (0.57 miles)

St John's Chapel, episc. Glenbervie (0.62 miles)

Lady's Moss, settlement Glenbervie (2.2 miles)

Object Classification

Water

Is linear feature?

No

Notes

A spring on the north side of the burn that flows east, past St John's Chapel and Michael Fair, in the village of Drumlithie (Glenbervie). NMRS reports a confusion over the dedication of the well, citing Scott (1915-61) who records it as 'well of St Carran' and McPherson (1932) who calls it St Conon's Well, and says it was visited on the first Sunday of May.

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Relationships with other parishes

Within Glenbervie, parish