MHG8987 - Logiebride Church (Logie Wester) - Conon Bridge


Site of Logiebride Church (Logie Wester), Conon Bridge

Type and Period (1)

  • CHURCH (Medieval to 19th Century - 1058 AD to 1900 AD)

Protected Status

  • None recorded

Full Description

The church survives as a platform within the graveyard. Two unroofed buildings - a larger one which is clearly the church, with a smaller one close to its west end - are shown on a map of Logie Wester and Easter, dated 1791, at Conan House.
JHooper, 10/12/2002

The burial ground, including the memorial stones and the site of the church, was surveyed by A MacInnes and Members of NoSAS in 2019. A documentary history of the church and burial ground were also produced to accompany the field survey. To survey the memorial stones, the burial ground was divided into 6 sections, A – F, and each stone’s location marked on the section plans using tape and off-set methods with each stone allocated a reference number. Using approved methods, the memorial stones were cleaned where possible, and inscriptions transcribed on to recording forms drawn up by S Farrell along with measurements of the stones, condition report and photographs. An alphabetical index of names was drawn up and using a lair plan drawn in 1903 it was possible to allocate names to some of the lairs and a list was made. <1> <2>

See MHG 60000 for Pictish cross slab discovered in the burial ground in March 2019.

Sources/Archives (4)



Grid reference Centred NH 5354 5408 (24m by 19m)
Map sheet NH55SW
Geographical Area ROSS AND CROMARTY

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