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TIBBERMORE PARISH CHURCH (Ref:18297)

This building is in the Perth And Kinross Council and the Tibbermore Parish. It is a category B building and was listed on 05/10/1971.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: N/A.

Description

1632, remodelled 1789 (evidently to designs by James Stobie, E. aisle and middle gable removed, church lengthened 10 feet, refenestrated, galleries E.&W. and pulpit moved to central position on S. wall and W. porch added); north T-plan aisle added 1808 by Ruthven Printfield Coy for their servants, purchased by heritors 1835 following extensive repairs 1834. Refurnished 1874 to designs by William Maclaren of Sir George Condie Conning & Co. Harled with margins, fine bellcote dated 1632 renovated 1808, S.W. skew crowstepped, 2 large and 2 small windows S. wall, N. aisle rubble with droved dressings and 3 good monuments on W. wall.

Notes

Ecclesiastical building in use as such.

References

O.S.A. V. XVII p 640. N.S.A. V. X p 1036. date of Ruthven Printfield aisle given as 1810. Hay Post Refs. Chs. p 43, 168, 270. Heritors' Records. James Stobie was the factor of the 4th Duke of Atholl and practised as an architect and land-surveyor. The 1789 work was carried out by James Miller, Wright, Auchterarder, and Andrew Paterson, mason, Dunning.

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