The Lodge in North Berwick has extensive ornamental gardens
I came across this ruin- let's have a closer look
This is St Andrews's Kirk, Ports
It is just a few yards south of North Berwick's High Street and parallel with it is the street known as Kirk Ports
In 1883 a new parish church, also dedicated to St Andrew, was built in North Berwick's High Street by the architect Robert Rowand Anderson. The congregation simply relocated to the new church, and the old one on Kirk Ports fell into disuse.
The surrounding kirkyard is home to a number of interesting monuments.
These include the graves of Allison Meek, who died at the age of 1 in 1714 and her brother Allexander Meek who died in 1719 at the age of 2.
Nearby is a table monument which commemorates John Blackadder, who died, it says, "on the Bass after five years imprisonment" in 1686.
This turns out to be the final resting place of the Rev John Blackadder, a preacher and staunch Covenanter who was imprisoned on Bass Rock and who, after his death there, became a notable martyr to his cause
Information Source: https://www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/northberwick/parishkirk/index.html
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