Despite the Chapel's founds being, well, unfound, the historical diggers are keen to return. But maybe they should be aware that as it became further and further ruinous, in the early 18th century, much of its stone work was almost certainly re-used by Glenmurray Distillery near- by.
Some in the village still recall The Barns at the Mill Road-North End junction, built by the Distillery and famous in the early Fifties for its two gar- goyles, again, almost certainly from the Chapel. Sadly one fell and broke; but the other, very weather- beaten, as something that's been around for over 700 years would be, can be seen in the garden of Alma House, just across the road.
The next nearest malt-barn, almost certainly also serv- ing the Distillery, was down at St Thomas's Well, and ecclesiastical stones that were reported there in the mid- 19th century possibly also came from Cambusbarron Chapel.