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Kincardine O'Neil 14th century Church

 
 
The ruined church at Kincardine O'Neil on Royal Deeside dates back to the 14th century and was built upon the site of the original church from the 5th century.<br />
The original church was established by Saint Erchard who in the 5th century bought Christianity to the area. <br />
The church was originally twice as long and was in part a hospital (founded somewhere around 1330). <br />
The church roof was originally made of thatched heather. This part of Aberdeenshire used to be called Kincardineshire.<br />
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  • Location:

    Kincardine O'Neil Aberdeenshire Scotland, United Kingdom
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    Kincardine O'Neil 14th century Church.jpg
  • Created on:

    14 Oct 2012
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The ruined church at Kincardine O'Neil on Royal Deeside dates back to the 14th century and was built upon the site of the original church from the 5th century.
The original church was established by Saint Erchard who in the 5th century bought Christianity to the area.
The church was originally twice as long and was in part a hospital (founded somewhere around 1330).
The church roof was originally made of thatched heather. This part of Aberdeenshire used to be called...
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