Kirkbean church clock, Scotland
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Kirkbean Parish Church in Dumfries and Galloway, is said to have been designed by William Craik, sometime Laird of Arbigland.

Kirkbean church, Dumfries and Galloway

Kirkbean church, Dumfries and Galloway

It is currently occupied by The Church of Scotland.

The tower on the west wall is of two lower stages, 1776, with a Diocletian window in its second stage, and two upper stages added in 1836 are by Walter Newall.

The church or kirkyard at Kirkbean has had pre-1855 monumental inscriptions transcribed and indexed and these will be added to the local history website to assist those carrying out their family history research.

Kirkbean church clock

Kirkbean church clock

The church and graveyard is Grade: B listed– Date Listed: 4 November 1971

Further information – Visit Scotland

Details on the building of the church in 1774

OS Reference: NX980592