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Scrapbook: 'The Church in Scotland - The History and Work of the Congregations (Vol. VI)'. Newspaper cuttings and related printed material, photographs and postcards concerning Episcopal churches in Scotland, with index.

(Extracts from The Scottish Chronicle, The Scottish Churchman, The Scottish Guardian and The Scottish Standard Bearer). Includes cuttings relating to churches in each Episcopal Diocese of Scotland and to: Rev. Archibald Alison; Sir Charles Bell; Buchanites; Dr Danson; Bishop Fullarton; The Golden Chalice of Iona; Bishop George Haliburton; Jacobite Prayer; Bishop Kilgour; The Library at Innerpeffray and at Kirkwall; Rev. Bruce McEwen; Non-jurors (Scottish), Rev. David Rose; Rev. William Rutledge; Mr William Smith; St. Clair and the White Swan.

Dean William Leslie Christie

File containing extracts from The Scottish Guardian (Scottish Episcopal Church newspaper) with index.

Includes cuttings relating to: Admission of laity to synods; All Saints Church, Strichen; Blackfriars' Wynd Chapel, Edinburgh; Brechin Diocesan Synod and Council, 1891; Rev. Alexander Christie, Keith; Rev. James Christie, Turriff; Church dedications; 'The Church and Education' by Principal Leslie; Church of Good Shepherd, Murrayfield; Dean Crabb; Doctors' Yards Chapel, Edinburgh; Rev. George Durno; Episcopacy in Scotland; William Forbes of Medwyn; Rev. Robert Gibson; Holy Trinity Church, Dunfermline; Inverurie and the Scottish Office; Canon Jackson; Jolly Memorial Church; Charles E. Little; Rev. McClellan; Fort William; Rev. H. Nethercott; Parochial School System in Scotland; Presbyterian Reunion; Rev. Patrick Rose, Dean of Brechin; Rosyth Chapel; St. Ann's Church, Strathpeffer; St. Columba's Church, Portree; St. Kiaran's Church, Campbeltown; St. Ninian's Mission Church, Maxwelltown; St. Palladius' Church, Drumtochty; St. Paul's Church, Edinburgh; Scottish Episcopal Friendly Society; Scottish Proverbs by Canon Low; Rev. John Skinner; W.J.F. Smith Shand; Trinity College, Glenalmond; Wesley Centenary.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Scrapbook: Newspaper cuttings and related printed material. 'Chiefly concerning 19th century clergy of the Scottish Episcopal Church with notices of some of the prominent laymen'. [See also: typed index inside volume for list of clergy].

(p.1) Memorials to Alexander Penrose Forbes, Bishop of Brechin, The Church Magazine, Diocese of Brechin, No. CXXI, December 1875. (p.1) Report of consecration of Rev. Walter John Forbes Robberds as Bishop of Brechin, St. Paul's Church, Dundee, 1904. (p.4-5) Photograph with names: The Provincial Synod of the Scottish Episcopal Church, 1911. Photograph of Scottish bishops, supplement to the Scottish Chronicle, 3 March, 1905. (p.7) Order of Service at burial of the Rt Rev. Rowland Ellis, Bishop of Aberdeen and Orkney, 1911. (p.20A) Article with photograph relating to memorial to Rev. John Comper erected in St. Peter's Cemetery, Aberdeen. (p.19) Consecration of the Parish Church, Forres. (p.24-25) Photograph: 'Reception to Miss Sybil Thorndike at Bishop's Court', n.d. (p.61) Photograph: The Mission Hospital at Chanda. (p.67) In Memoriam Samuel Cox Smyth: a memoir and appreciation, by J.C.D. Fraser, Banchory, 1893. (p.70) Photograph: Church Dignitaries in Dundee, The Dundee Advertiser, 8 May, 1924. [On loose pages at end of volume]. (1.1) In Memoriam. William Hatt, Dean of Brechin, d.1913. (1.2) St. James', Stonehaven. At the Dedication of the Baptistery, n.d. (1.3) Photograph: Arthur Foley Winnington - Ingram, Lord Bishop of London, n.d. (1.4) Photograph: a group of churchmen with Walter John Forbes Robberds, Bishop of Brechin, in front, centre, n.d. (1.5) Photograph: part of a procession of churchmen, n.d.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Scrapbook: Cathedral Celebrations: Newspaper and magazine cuttings

Relating to: Dornoch Cathedral (Septcentenary, 1924); Dryburgh Abbey; Dunfermline Abbey; Elgin (views of town); Elgin Cathedral (Septcentenary, 1924); Inverness Cathedral; Jedburgh Abbey; Kinloss Abbey; Lossiemouth (views of town); Mitchell's Hospital, Aberdeen; Paisley Abbey; St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh; St. Machar's Cathedral, Aberdeen; St. Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall; St. Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh; St. Mary's Cathedral, Glasgow; St. Nicholas Church, Aberdeen.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Scrapbook: Seabury Cathedral for Aberdeen; with some notes on previous attempts at a Cathedral in Aberdeen for Scottish Episcopacy. Newspaper cuttings

Includes: 'The Bishop Seabury Memorial': booklet concerning the plan to reconstruct St. Andrew's Cathedral, Aberdeen as a memorial of the consecration of Bishop Seabury, the first American Bishop. Includes historical facts about the Episcopal Church in Scotland. Printed card with New Year greetings, William Smith, The Bon-Accord Press, Aberdeen, 1905. Contains photograph: A Picturesque Corner of the Guestrow, with historical notes.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Transcripts of Episcopal registers and related volumes.

(1) The Session Book of Blair [Blairgowrie] meeting house, 1712-1762; with index of names, includes baptisms 1712-1716 and (at end) 1717-1718, marriages 1712-1717. (2) Note of prayerbook given to those that frequent the meeting house of Blairgowrie with account of what money was received from them. c.1712. (3) List of persons in "my" Logie congregation. Other places mentioned are Auchtergaven, Balmacolly, Bonnerhill, Cross Roads, Five Mile House, Instrivy, Invernylie, Jackstown, Lohok, Middle Benchill, Moorside, Newbigging, Newmiln, Raghiley, Stanley, Taymouth, Tullibeagles, Wood. (4) Extracts from accounts and minutes 1711-1714 and, at end, 1742-1749.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Transcripts of Episcopal registers and related volumes.

The Journal of Rev. Alexander Lunan. Vol. 3 (of transcript). Includes baptism register of Blairdaff and Rosehill and children baptised in Mearns and Angus Shires, 1729-1769, with a few entries of marriage, 1748-1754 and register of testimonials, 1745. Other parishes mentioned are Alford, Banchory, Brechin, Chapel Garioch, Clova, Clunie, Deuchrie Oyne, Ecclesgrieg, Edzell, Ellon, Fettercairn, Forgue, Inverbervie, Bervie, Inverurie, Kemnay, "Kinernie", Kinnaird, Kinnellar, Kintore, Kirriemuire, Laurencekirk, Lethnot, Lochlee, Logie, Marykirk, Menmuir, Midmar, Montrose, Monymusk, Pert (Logie), St. Cyrus, Skene, Stracathro, Torphichen. Baptism register of Rev. Alexander Jamieson, Episcopal clergyman in Marykirk parish (Luthermuir) 1770-1787 and Rev. Alexander Walker, Luthermuir, 1787-1789. Other parishes mentioned are Ecclesgreig, Edzell, Fettercairn, Fordoun, Logiepert, Mary, Marykirk, Stracathro. Baptism register of Rev. William Milne (Laurencekirk), 1814-1817 and Rev. Robert Spark (Laurencekirk), 1817-1834. Other parishes mentioned are Arbuthnott, Benholme, Fettercairn, Fordoun, Garvock, (Glen)bervie, Kinneff, Marykirk, St. Cyrus. Marriage register of Rev. William Milne, Laurencekirk, 1809-1816; of Robert Spark 1817-1834. Other parishes mentioned are Arbuthnott, Brechin, Fettercairn, Fordoun, Garvock, Glenbervie, Marykirk, Montrose. List of those confirmed in Chapel at Luthermuir, 1 September, 1778 by Rt. Rev. George Innes, Bishop of Brechin, 1782 and by Bishop Petrie, Bishop of Moray, Bishop Skinner, [Aberdeen], July 1787.

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