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The church of Crossmichael is believed to have existed as early as 1547, although the earliest part of the present building, the round bell tower, was probably added in 1611. The remaining part dates from 1751.
Further information about the history of Crossmichael church can be obtained by purchasing a short historical note by S.C. Thomson, from the church at a modest price.
Crossmichael features mostly traditional stone built, slate roofed houses and boasts a general store and PO, friendly public house also serving meals and boatyard with marina .
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