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Correspondence of George Frederick Boyle, 6th Earl of Glasgow

George Frederick Boyle, (1825-1890), was a life long associate and supporter of Alexander Penrose Forbes. He succeeded his half brother as 6th Earl of Glasgow in 1869. He founded and endowed the College and Collegiate Church of the Holy Spirit on the island of Cumbrae in 1849. [See also MS 54 in the University Library's main manuscript collection].

Church Minutes and Meetings

/1 Vestry meeting minutes, 15th August 1901 /2 Vestry meeting minutes, 29th June 1901 /3 Vestry meeting minutes, 10th July 1901 /4 Congregation and Vestry minutes, February 1950-January 1964 /5 Congregation and Vestry minutes, June 1994-January 1995 /6 Vestry meeting minutes, December 1979-April 1987, including Congregation AGM 1981-2006 /7 Vestry meeting minutes, January 1995-March 2003 /8 Stewardship Committee minutes, 1964-1966 /9 Resume for the Centenary Committee Meeting, 24th January 1996

St Luke's Episcopal Church, Dundee

Church History

/1 St Luke's Grand Bazaar leaflet, 1913 /2 St Luke's Golden Jubilee; A Brief History of the Charge leaflet, 1964 /3 List of Landmarks in St Luke's history, 1992 /4 History of St Luke's organ, 1995 /5 St Luke's Church - Centenary Yearbook, 1896-1996 /6 Diocese of Brechin Newsletter, October 2014 /7 Diocese of Brechin Newsletter, December 2014 /8 St Luke's Church: A Brief History, 2016 /9 St Luke's Church - the Early Years, n.d. /10 Handwritten History of St Luke's,n.d. /11 List of business of St Luke's, 1926-1940 (handwritten, looks to been copied), n.d. /12 Notebook on business of St Luke's, including visits, deaths, masses held, congregation numbers, 1901-1935,n.d.

St Luke's Episcopal Church, Dundee

Administrative records

Records reflecting the activities of the various committees, including the consitution, minutes of meetings, correspondence and schedules of congregations

Registers and rolls

Records recording the communicants, baptisms, marriages and burials of the congreation, plus register of services held. [Most registers retained at the Church]
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