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Wiston and Roberton, Church of Scotland

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Wiston and Roberton

Church History

Roberton Kirk

In Roberton, South Lanarkshire. In the mid 12th century, the chapel of Roberton, which was a dependency of Wiston Church, was granted to Kelso Abbey before being raised to parochial status in the 13th century. Beyond the Reformation of 1560, the church was re-united with Wiston. The present church on the hill was built in 1905 on the same site as the medieval church of which no remnant remains.


It is located at NS9454228725 (Lat/Lon 55.540801,-3.672743). You can see this on maps provided by: