Kinkell Castle (site of)
Kinkell Castle was a castle owned by the Mowbray and Hepburn families and by the Monypennys by the late 15th century.
In the 16th century Alexander Monypenny of Kinkell married a daughter of John Anstruther of Anstruther.
In December 1642 Charles I granted Colonel James Lumsdaine a new charter of the lands of Innergellie which included the lands of Kinkell along with Barnes, Strathvithie and Snawdoun, with their towers and manors, which were all incorporated into the free barony of Innergellie with the manor of Innergellie as its principal messuage.
The exact location of the castle has been lost and so I have placed it at the site of a 19th century farmhouse, now on the Castle Course at St Andrews, which incorporated earlier work but which has now been demolished.
Alternative names for Kinkell Castle