Innergellie House is an 18th century mansion which replaced an earlier castle.
In 1611 William Barclay of Innergellie gave his consent to Sir William Anstruther of Anstruther mortgaging the land, town and barony of Anstruther, with the fortalice and manor, to Patrick Black, master tailor to Henry, Prince of Wales and Duke of Rothesay.
Before 1651 Christian Lumsdaine, daughter of Major General Lumsdaine of Innergellie, married Sir Philip Anstruther of Anstruther. When Sir Philip commissioned a new house at Anstruther in 1663 he specified that it was to have a “sufficient square docote of the quantity of Sir James Lumsdaines’, of Innergellie, his docate.”
Alternative names for Innergellie House