St Ninian's Chapel, Penninghame

Grid reference

NX 377 706 (accurate position)

Six-figure easting & northing

237700 570600

Latitude

55.00338807829268

Longitude

-4.537927796434497

Altitude (metres)

35

County

Wigtownshire

Nearby places

Clachaneasy, settlement, Penninghame (3.03 miles)

Clachaneasy, ~eccles., Penninghame (3.03 miles)

Minnigaff, parish KCB (3.26 miles)

Torrwhinnoch Hill, Minnigaff (3.72 miles)

Kirkcalla, settlement, Penninghame (5.19 miles)

Object Classification

Antiquity

Ecclesiastical

Is linear feature?

No

Notes

Founded in 1508, sometimes known as the Kirk of the Cruives (fish-traps) of Cree. Only the east gable survives, the other sides surviving as low stone walls (NMRS, q.v. for further details).

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Relationships with other parishes

Within Penninghame, parish