Caputh (// KAY-pəth) is a parish and village in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It lies on the A984 Coupar Angus to Dunkeld road about 6 miles (10 kilometres) southeast of Dunkeld and 8 miles (13 kilometres) west of Coupar Angus.
The parish includes the East Cult standing stones.
A 120m wide cairn, known as Cairnmore, was removed to facilitate farming in the 19th century. Remains of an important Roman fort still exist nearby at Inchtuthill. Cleaven Dyke is near Meikleour in the same Parish and was long-thought to be Roman too, but is now regarded as being a substantial Neolithic cursus.
The village has a primary school - Glendelvine Primary School built in 1876.
From 1869 to 1893 Rev Theodore Marshall was minister of Caputh. In 1908 he was elected Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. He died during his year in office. The famous singer, Belle Stewart, was "born in a bow tent on the banks of the River Tay on 18 July 1906 in... Caputh".
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- Stewart, Sheila (2006). Queen Amang the Heather: the life of Belle Stewart. Edinburgh: Birlinn. p. 1.