The Grange Cross, St Andrews

National Grid Reference (NGR): NO 51000 15000, map


St Andrews
St Andrews


A stone cross is said to have stood around a mile south of St Andrews and is referred to as The Grange Cross in 1600 and again in later title deeds. It is unclear as to the function of this cross and whether it was associated with a chapel in the area, had been moved from elsewhere or acted as a marker. There is no trace of it today and the exact site where it stood is unknown.

J Dowling 2017

Description (exterior)

The Grange Cross

Description (interior)


  • Cross: Build/construction (b1600)
    In existence before 1600.

Archive References:

Canmore - Online database View Canmore Report Online: 34317
Scottish Church Heritage Research Archive - Offline databaseReference: 3625