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Old Dailly Church Church is attributed to period not later than 14th century. Piscina still remains in wall within tomb of Bargany family in east end of building. Situated three miles east of Girvan.
Old High Kirk, Kilmarnock Kilmarnock's oldest church building, built 1732 of local stone by the Hunter Brothers to a design adapted from St Martin in the Fields, London.
Austere exterior contrasts with pleasing interior enhanced by unique set of 23 stained glass windows by W & J J Kier., 1860s. Kirkyard with tombs including John Wilson, publisher of Robert Burns' first book of poems.
Location: Church Street, At Soulis Cross, Kilmarnock, KA1
Old Kirkyard, Kirkoswald According to legend St Oswald, King of Cumbria, fought a great battle here in 634 AD and, in thanks to God for his victory, built a church.
In 1244, the monks of Crossraguel built a stone church, remains of which are visible.
Font from Crossraguel Abbey. Please park at Parish Church. Location: On A77 at southern end of village.
Old St. Nicholas Church, Prestwick 12th century ruins. In churchyard graves of several Provosts and many Freemen of the town.
Oswald Hall, Auchincruive The estate was bought in 1764 by Richard Oswald the Peacemaker who negotiated the Preliminary Treaty following the American War of Independence.
Fine plaster ceilings by Robert Adam, carved marble fireplaces and ornamental doorcases.

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