3 edition of The parish of Strathblane and its inhabitants from early times found in the catalog.
|Statement||by John Guthrie Smith.|
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|Pagination||xi, 394 p. :|
|Number of Pages||394|
Strathblane Kirk annual Spring Fayre is on Saturday the 11th of May, from 10amnoon in the Kirk Rooms. Our chosen charities are Strathcarron Hospice & CHAS Jo Hall Creator of Jo Jo Gnome will be leading a children’s activity and the Strathblane Pipe Band will provide the tunes on the day. We invite you to join us, whether you are a member of our church or new, you are more than welcome to come along. Morning Worship Every Sunday at am in the church. After the children's talk near the start of the service, children are invited to come to the Kirk Rooms for children's Sunday Club.
Admiral Sir William Edmonstone in The Parish of Strathblane and Its Inhabitants From Early Times: a Chapter in Lennox History, Sir Archibald died 13th March, Sir William Edmonstone, fourteenth of Duntreath, and fourth Baronet, succeeded his brother. Early leaves of both births and marriages have suffered much from dampness and want of care. Source: Key to the Parochial Registers of Scotland, by V. Ben Bloxham, pub. British Book K23b. Established Church Kirk Session Records [edit | edit source] The Kirk session was the court of the parish.
The former estate entry gates and West Lodge still remain on the Strathblane side of the farm. Local historian John Guthrie () in his book “The Parish of Strathblane and its inhabitants from Early Times” relates the story of the Jacobite Rising and how James Stirling of Craigbarnet was taken prisoner in May , alongside James. "The Parish of Strathblane and its inhabitants from early times." John Guthrie Smith, Jmaes MacLehose and Sons, Glasgow, [This book is now freely available through Google Books.] Wigtownshire "Clachan of Penninghame Kirkyard memorial inscriptions." Located in the former Scottish county of Wigtownshire (now Dumfries and Galloway). S
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Strong Oak Press, ISBN ) Tingwall SHI (10). Published in Strathendrick and its Inhabitants from Early Times was completed after the death of it's author John Guthrie Smith in Guthrie Smith was a well known Scottish historian and antiquarian who published a similar work on the Parish of Strathblane in Strathblane (Scottish Gaelic: Strath Bhlàthain, pronounced [s̪t̪ɾahˈvl̪ˠaː.ɪɲ]) is a village and parish in the registration county of Stirlingshire, situated in the southwestern part of the Stirling council area, in central lies at the foothills of the Campsie Fells and the Kilpatrick Hills on the Blane Water, 12 miles (19 km) north of Glasgow, 14 miles (23 km) east.
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