MHG31461 - Watch House, Moy Church of Scotland

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  • WATCH HOUSE (Post Medieval - 1560 AD to 1900 AD)

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See also:
NH73SE0006 Church
NH73SE0019 Graveyard
JHooper, 5/12/2002
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See Report Library No. 1004 & 1005, Moy Memorial Survey in 2 parts. S Farrell, 1997.
J Aitken : 28/10/02.
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NH73SE 6 7719 3420.

(NH 7719 3420) Church (NAT)
OS 6"map, Inverness-shire, 2nd ed., (1903)

Moy church was built in 1765 probably on the site of a pre-Reformation structure.
R Macdougall 1894.

No further information.
Visited by OS (N K B) 9 November 1966.

A survey of graveyard monuments was carried out at Moy churchyard by S Farrell.
S Farrell 1997 MS/997/5.

An evaluation survey was undertaken of the cemeteries and burial grounds in the Inverness and Nairn areas, including the archaeological, historical and environmental standing of the sites and the monuments contained therein. A note was made of the date, variety, condition and management of those monuments.
The study of the environmental factors involved in the survey was developed in conjunction with the Scottish Wildlife Trust.
Moy Church (Moy & Dalarossie parish)
NH 7719 3420 159 memorials recorded.
Reports lodged with Highland SMR and the NMRS.
Sponsors: CBA Challenge Funding, Highland Council, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Inverness Area Countryside Project, Leader II.
S Farrell 1997


REFERENCE: Scottish Record Office
Repair of the Kirk of Moy.
Estimates amounting to ?63.5.4 from Mason and Carpenter followed by the division of the sum among the Heritors.
1792 GD 128/19/5/15

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Grid reference Centred NH 7717 3419 (10m by 10m) (Buffered by site type)
Map sheet NH73SE
Civil Parish MOY AND DALAROSSIE
Geographical Area INVERNESS

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