Scheduled Monument You can download copies of legal documents. These are the documents that must be used to determine what is scheduled. Keith Kirk,Keith MarischalReference: SM758 Status: Designated Jump To: Documents Summary Description Statement References About Documents Where documents include maps, the use of this data is subject to terms and conditions. Print this record ...or download... Legal Document Summary Information Category: N/A Date Added: 20/06/1936 Type: Ecclesiastical: church Location Local Authority: East Lothian Parish: Humbie National Grid Reference NGRNT 449 645 Coordinates344900, 664500 Description Statement of National Importance The monument is of national importance because it has the potential to contribute to our understanding of ecclesiastical art and architecture in the medieval and post-medieval periods. It also has the potential to improve our knowledge of medieval and post-medieval religious and funerary practices. References Bibliography The monument is recorded by the RCAHMS as NT46SW 3.References:RCAHMS 1924, EIGHTH REPORT WITH AN INVENTORY OF MONUMENTS AND CONSTRUCTIONS IN THE COUNTY OF EAST LOTHIAN, Edinburgh, 50-1. About Designations Scheduled Monuments We compile, maintain and publish a Schedule (a list) of monuments of national importance under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979. Scheduling is the process of adding monuments to this list and affording them statutory protection. The aim of scheduling is to preserve sites and monuments as far as possible in the form in which they have come down to us today. Once a monument is scheduled, the prior written consent of ourselves is required for most works including repairs. The information provided gives an indication of the cultural significance of a scheduled monument. The information is current to the date of designation or when last amended. This record is not intended to be a definitive account or a complete description of the monument(s) and the format of records has changed over time. Earlier, un-amended records will usually be brief and some information will not have been recorded. Find out more about scheduling and our other designations at www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/heritage.