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Accession No P00663
Name/Title Kerse House, Grangemouth
Primary Prod Date Early 20th Century
Brief Description View of a large house on three floors in Jacobean style with balustrade along the front - 19th century home of the Dundas family
Primary Maker Reliable Series
Subject Category Mansion/Housing
Subject Person Kerse
Subject Place Kerse House/Earl's Rd/Grangemouth/Grangemouth area
Subject Notes The mansion was erected in 1642 for Lord Kerse, who was Lord Justice General. For 200 years it was the home of the Dundas family who played an influential role in the development of Grangemouth. They enlarged the house in 1830-31. The house was demolished in the early 20th century and its stone used in 1937 to build St Mary's Episcopal Church, Grangemouth.
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