|Part of Angus|
|Built by||Sir Peter Maule|
The castle was owned by the de Valognes family, until the castle passed by marriage of Christina de Valognes to Peter Maule of Fowlis. The stone castle is thought to have been built by Peter Maule around 1224 and was destroyed by Andrew Murray of Avoch and Petty during the Second War of Scottish Independence in 1336. The castle was the ancestral home of the Maule family of Panmure from the 13th century to the 17th century, when it was replaced by Panmure House in the 17th century.
- "Panmure Castle", Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland: Canmore database, retrieved October 27, 2010
- "Entry in the Schedule of Monuments. Re: The Monument known as Panmure Castle and Moat in the Parish of Panbride and County of Angus". Historic Scotland. 2000.
- Maule, Harry (1874), Stuart, John, ed., Registrum de Panmure. Records of the families of Maule, De Valoniis, Brechin, and Brechin-Barclay, united in the line of the Barons and Earls of Panmure, Edinburgh: Fox Maule-Ramsay
- "Listed Building Report: Panmure Castle", Historic Scotland, 1980, retrieved October 31, 2010
- "Entry in the Schedule of Monuments. Re. the monument known as Panmure Castle and Moat", Historic Scotland, 2000, retrieved October 31, 2010
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