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    Bothans Parish Church / St Cuthbert’s Church, Yester House / Yester Chapel

    Identifier: MEL765 · Date: Mausoleum · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Medieval church, converted into mausoleum 1753

    Newton Village, Newton Church Road, Newton Church

    Identifier: MEL5674 · Date: Church · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Church, 18th century with later additions

    Penicuik, High Street, St Mungo’s Church

    Identifier: MEL5830 · Date: Church · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Classical Georgian church, 1771, enlarged in the 19th century

    Cranstoun Old Parish Church And Churchyard

    Identifier: MEL8268 · Date: Church · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    18th century church, resited late 19th-20th century, graveyard and 12th century cross-slab

    Newbattle Parish Church

    Identifier: MEL8343 · Date: Church · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Church, 1727

    Carrington, Old Parish Church And Burial-ground

    Identifier: MEL8536 · Date: Church · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Site of old parish church, founded 1243, 18th century burial aisle, and cemetery including 17th century gravestones.

    Gifford, Main Street, Yester Parish Church And Hearse House / Church Of Scotland, Yester Kirk

    Identifier: MEL733 · Date: Church · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Church, 1708-10

    Tranent Parish Church And Burial-ground / Mortuary Aisle Of The Cadells Of Cockenzie

    Identifier: MEL596 · Date: Burial Vault · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Church, 1800, on site of medieval church and graveyard

    Whittingehame, Parish Church

    Identifier: MEL1715 · Date: Cemetery · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Church, 1722, and churchyard containing stones moved from the earlier church

    Haddington, Church Street, Holy Trinity Church / Episcopal Church

    Identifier: MEL3294 · Date: Church · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Church, 1770, with later alterations and additions