Lasswade, parish

Grid reference

NT 301 661 (accurate position)

Six-figure easting & northing

330100 666100

Latitude

55.883002590255266

Longitude

-3.117531571195765

Nearby places

St Anne's Factory, Lasswade (0.09 miles)

Melville, former parish Lasswade (0.09 miles)

St Leonard's Hospital & Chapel, Lasswade (0.12 miles)

St Leonard's House, Lasswade (0.12 miles)

St Leonard's Mill, Lasswade (0.18 miles)

Object Classification

Parish (extant in 1975)

Notes

NGR for the thirteenth-century church, abandoned after a new church was built in 1793, and falling into ruins thereafter (NMRS).

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Relationships with other parishes

Contains Dalkeith, parish

Contains Dalkeith, parish (formerly)

Contains Glencorse, parish

Contains Glencorse, parish (formerly)

Contains Melville, former parish Lasswade

Contains Pentland, former parish, Lasswade

Contains Roslin, former parish, Lasswade

Parish TLA

LAS

County

Midlothian

Medieval diocese

St Andrews

Parish notes

A mensal churchof the bishopric of St Andrews by 1292 [not 1298, as Cowan has], it appears to have been such by 1274, by which date it was already a vicarage. The annexation continued until its revocation by Bp. Kennedy in 1451 (Cold. Corr. cviii, SHS Misc. vi [= Bagimond], 55; CPL x, 220). For many more details and refs. see Cowan 1967, 128. Dalkeith, Glencorse GLO and Roslin RIX were all pendicles of this church. Cowan 1967, 128. Now includes medieval parishes of Melville MLX and Pentland PLX; Roslin RIX was originally a pendicle, and Glencorse GLO was formerly part of it, created out of it by an act of Parliament in 1647 (APS vi (i), c.273, p.733).