Keith Kirk,Keith Marischal
The monument is of national importance because it has the potential to contribute to our understanding of ecclesiastical art and architecture in the medieval and post-medieval periods. It also has the potential to improve our knowledge of medieval and post-medieval religious and funerary practices.
The monument is recorded by the RCAHMS as NT46SW 3.
RCAHMS 1924, EIGHTH REPORT WITH AN INVENTORY OF MONUMENTS AND CONSTRUCTIONS IN THE COUNTY OF EAST LOTHIAN, Edinburgh, 50-1.