Monday, 4 April 2016
Tour Scotland Video Parish Church of St Fergus Glamis Angus
Tour Scotland video of the Parish Church of St Fergus on ancestry visit to Glamis village in Angus, Scotland. It is reputed that a church has stood on this site since the 8th century, when St Fergus established a small ecclesiastical structure. Records show that a church has existed here since at least 1242, when David de Bernham, Bishop of St Andrews Cathedral, dedicated the church at Glamis and granted it to Arbroath Abbey. The earlier church, being "old and in very bad condition", was demolished in 1790 and two years later the present church was opened.
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