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Record Detail

  • Organisation
    RCAHMS
  • Alternative name(s)
    CHAPEL GREEN
  • Canmore ID
    45171
  • Site type
    CHAPEL
  • Parish
    KILSYTH (NORTH LANARKSHIRE)
  • Council
    STIRLINGSHIRE
  • NGR
    NS 695 774
  • Latitude, longitude
    55.971802N, 4.092592W
  • Archeological notes
    NS67NE 7 695 774. There was anciently a chapel at a place still called Chapel Green (name: NS 695 774) (OSA 1796) The oldest inhabitants of the district, although aware of a chapel having existed locally, have no recollection of any remains indicating its site. Statistical Account (OSA) 1796; Name Book 1859. No further information obtained during field investigation. Visited by OS (J L D) 18 February 1954. There are no visible remains of this chapel. No further information. RCAHMS 1982, visited 1982.
  • Architectural notes
    N/A

1st edition 6-inch maps

TitleDateOther parishes/counties
 Ordnance Survey six-inch to the mile, Stirlingshire, Sheet XXVIII1859
 Ordnance Survey six-inch to the mile, Dumbartonshire, Sheet XIXA1859

1st edition 25-inch maps

TitleDateOther parishes/counties
 Ordnance Survey 25 inch to the mile Stirling, Sheet 028.111859
 Ordnance Survey 25 inch to the mile Stirling, Sheet 028.111859
 Ordnance Survey 25 inch to the mile Dumbarton, Sheet 019A.141859