Thursday, 20 December 2007
Kirkton of Largo
Largo and Newburn Parish Church, Upper Largo, Fife, Scotland. The church of Newburn, which was anciently known as Drumeldrie, was dedicated to St Serf and belonged prior to the Reformation to the Abbey of Dunfermline. Between the years 1522-1539 the old church was rebuilt by the Archbishop of St Andrews and this building was later replaced in 1815 by the present day church. Tour Kirkton of Largo, Fife, Scotland, on an Ancestry Tour of Scotland. Best Scottish Tours, Best Scottish Food, Best Scottish Hotels, Small Group Tours of Scotland, Rent a Cottage in Scotland. Kirkton of Largo in 1846. Kirkton of Largo, a village, in the parish of Largo, district of St. Andrew's, county of Fife, 1 mile (N. E. by E.) from Largo; containing 395 inhabitants. It lies in the south-eastern part of the parish, on the road from Kilconquhar to Largo; and derives its name from the situation of the parish church within its limits. The population is chiefly agricultural.