In 1672, Culross was separated and was added to the parish of Tulliallan. according to the passage below from A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland .
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CULROSS, a royal burgh and a parish, in the county of Perth, 7 miles (W.) from Dunfermline, and 21 (W. N. W.) from Edinburgh; containing the villages of Blairburn and Lowvalley-field. This place, which is of remote antiquity, derives its name from its situation in a detached portion of the county, forming part of the peninsula of Fifeshire. The town, which is situated on the north shore of the Frith of Forth. The [Culross] parish formerly included the barony of Kincardine, which was separated from it in 1672, and added to the parish of Tulliallan. The church is a portion of the ancient abbey, originally a venerable cruciform structure, with a lofty tower rising from the centre, which, with the choir now appropriated as the parish church, and containing 700 sittings.
Source : Lewis, Samuel A., A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland -1846 ..