St Mirren's Well, Kilsyth

Grid reference

NS 723 795 (accurate position)

Six-figure easting & northing

272300 679500

Latitude

55.991485777136305

Longitude

-4.047441712022954

Altitude (metres)

170

County

Stirlingshire

Nearby places

Kilsyth, aka Monyabroch, parish (1.2 miles)

St Tartan's Well, Kilsyth (1.23 miles)

Kirk o' Muir, eccles. St Ninians (3.14 miles)

Kirk o' Muir, former parish, St Ninians (3.14 miles)

Cumbernauld, modern parish (3.34 miles)

Object Classification

Antiquity

Water

Is linear feature?

No

Notes

NMRS records: St Mirren's Well, a spring, is now enclosed within a modern building, and its water, which must originally have drained into the moss, is piped to Colzium. Beside the building is an unshaped stone, 3' x 2'4" x 10", bearing near the top the date 1687 in large contemporary figures. The stone could not be raised for its other face to be examined (Canmore ID: 45896).

http://canmore.rcahms.gov.uk/

Relationships with other parishes

Within Kilsyth, aka Monyabroch, parish