Thursday, 5 February 2009

Ancestry Tours of Barry Mill Carnoustie Scotland

Ancestry Tours of Barry Mill, Carnoustie, Scotland. At the far west end of the town of Carnoustie, is the village of Barry. The village is much quieter now than it was a few years ago since the opening of the Barry bypass. On the North side of the road that runs through the village, to the west of the Barry Burn is the kirkyard and ruins of the old Parish Church. To the immediate east of this, a road heads North towards the old A92. Half a mile up this road, on the left hand side is the medieval motte associated with Grange of Barry, from where the monks of Balmerino Abbey managed the parish from the 13th century. On the other side of the road, a driveway runs towards the old Upper Mill, now simply known as Barry Mill, a water powered corn mill dating from 1815, when it was built on the site of a much older mill dating to the 16th century. It, along with the nearby bridge which was part of the old road from Barry Grange to Panbride.

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