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This medieval chapel of St.Bridget or Bride is situated on a rocky knoll. An Early Christian cross-slab at Kilbride farmhouse suggests an Early Christian origin for the site. The chapel itself is probably 13th c. and is of a rubble construction, intermittently coursed, with dressed local schist for the door and window surrounds. Medieval plaster is still visible in the ingoes of the E and S windows and the entrance doorway appears to be undisturbed medieval work. In the 18thc. and 19th c. it was used as a burial place for the Campbell family of Rhudil and the masonry was extensively repointed in about 1900.
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Mid-Argyll Sites and Artefacts
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