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Transcripts and papers of Dean William Leslie Christie

  • BrMS 3
  • Collection
  • c 1900-1927
Transcripts of baptism, marriage and burial registers for parishes within the diocese 1712-1919; transcripts of Presbyterian records: presbyteries of Mearns / Fordoune, 1662-1719, Kirk of Session of Fetteresso, 1640-1876; transcripts of Episcopal records for the Diocese of Aberdeen, 1783-1800, Stonehaven, 1737-1751, Turriff 1776-1817, Diocese of Brechin 1744-1929, Dundee 1757-1829, St. Paul's Seagate (Dundee) 1739-1765, English Chapel, Dundee 1749-1831, St. Peter's Episcopal Chapel, Montrose, 1718-1842, Episcopal Synod of Dunblane 1735-1743, Synod of Dunkeld, 1743-1831, Episcopal Meeting House in Perth, 1739-1745; transcripts of diaries and journals of James Guthrie, Minister of Arbirlot, and his son 1612-1681, Rev. John Hunter, Episcopal Minister in Shetland 1734-1745, Robert Lees, fisherman, 1809-, Mary (or May) Edwards (daughter of Robert Edwards, farmer at Broombank, Drumlithie): 1765-1887; transcript of papers in the 'Episcopal Chest', mainly letters 1688-1880; transcripts from Bishop Robert Forbes' 'Folio Book' 1770-1772; notes on the history of the Episcopal church, the diocese, congregations and clergy, including genealogical and local history notes, with related transcripts c.1315-1927; biographical notes on 17th and 18th century Episcopal clergy from various MS and printed sources; scrapbooks, files and newscutting books 1874-1930; Disc of digitised images of Old Deer Baptismal and Marriage Registers; Aberdeen Diocesan Minutes of BrMS 3 DC/3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 26.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Transcripts of Episcopal registers and related volumes.

Register of baptisms of the Episcopal Congregation at Old Aberdeen, 1730-1752, "probably kept by Rev. William Murray, pastor of the charge". Also, facsimile of 2 pages of a sermon preached at Dunottar Castle Chapel to the prisoners, 2 September, 1689 ("a mistake for 1687"), with annotations. Transcribed, 1914.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Biographical notes on 17th and 18th century Episcopal clergy from various MS and printed sources. c.1900. Arranged alphabetically.

Biographical notes on 17th and 18th century Episcopal clergy taken from various manuscripts and printed sources. Surnames (U-Y) arranged alphabetically. Also includes lists of clergy involved in various incidents in Edinburgh 1708, 1716, 1738, 1744 and 1746.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Scrapbook: 'Documents relating to the Diocese of Brechin. 19th and 20th century. Modern papers connected with the Diocese of Brechin. This book is the property of the very Rev. W.L. Christie, Dean of Brechin, in his handwriting'.

Includes cuttings relating to: All Souls Invergowrie Trust, 1917-1922; Brechin Diocesan Library and Library Trust, 1850-1918; Drumlithie Church, 1919; Fasque registers, 1921-1922; Laurencekirk School and glebe, 1918-1919; The transfer of St. Margaret's Episcopal School, Lochee to Dundee Education Authority, (including correspondence and notes referring to J. Ernest Cox and the Camperdown Trust Company 1919-1921); St. Drostane's Church, Tarfside, n.d.; The transfer of St. Martin's Episcopal School to Dundee Education Authority 1868-1921; (Includes sketch plan of St. Martin's Episcopal School by Dean Christie); St. Mary's Home for the Incurables, St. Mary's, Dundee, 1920-1922; St. Peter's Church, Torry, 1919-1922; St. Salvador's Church, Dundee, 1919.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Scrapbook: 'Papers, modern referring to the Diocese of Brechin collected by me [Dean Christie] in the course of my official duties as synod clerk and Dean, but my private property'

Also correspondence and papers relating to various Episcopal churches within the Diocese of BrechinAll Souls Church, Invergowrie Trust, 1922-1929; Bishop Forbes Convalescent Church, 1920; Fasque Rectory funds, 1930; Home for Incurables, Dundee, 1925; St. John the Baptist's Church, Dundee, 1923-1924; St. Laurence's Church, Laurencekirk; 1928-1930; St. Martin's Episcopal School, Dundee, 1923-1939; St. Mary's Home for Incurables, Dundee, 1923-1928; St. Mary's and St. Peter's Church, Montrose, 1925; St. Palladius Church, Drumtochty, 1923; St. Peter's Church, Torry, 1923.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Scrapbook: The Scottish Liturgy.

Includes transcript of 'A Bibliography of the Scottish Liturgy by Eliza H. Dowden and Frances C. [Ecles]. Privately printed, 1915. Forwarded to Dean Christie in 1915 by Bishop Robberds'. Contains cuttings mainly from the Aberdeen Press and Journal, the Scottish Chronicle and Scottish Guardian, relating to Scottish Episcopal liturgy, in particular to reports by the consultative Council on Church Legislation, 1892-1925 and includes cuttings relating to 18th century Scottish literary figures: Allan Ramsey, William Hamilton of Bangour, George MacDonald, L.L.D., Robert Burns, Anthony Trollope, Walter C. Smith and Professor [?] Minto, 1923-1925.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Transcripts of Episcopal registers and related volumes.

(1) Register of children baptised in the Chapel of Muchals (Kincardineshire) 1729-1739, 1788-1815. Other parishes mentioned are Auchinblae, Dunure, Lonmay, Portlethen, Strathcathro. (2) List of confirmations of members of the congregation of Muchals, 1790-1816. (3) Also [on loose sheets] notes on Muchals Chapel Register by D. Macnaught. Transcribed, c.1910. Indexed.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Scrapbook: with notes compiled by Dean Christie on members and Ministers of the Scottish Episcopal Church mainly in the diocese of Brechin. Relates particularly to misconduct of the Scottish Episcopal ministry. [20th Century with index].

Also includes: Cuttings referring to blasphemous statements sent by Morris Pekovsky to various Aberdeen Ministers in 1930, denouncing Jesus Christ, with copy of statement referred to in article. Printed statement: 'Can you give this unemployed man a job? Or help him by buying this bill'. Four verses on the plight of the unemployed vendor of the bill with note by Dean Christie, bought 11 August, 1926, Coal Strike, price 2d.

Dean William Leslie Christie

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