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Tealing parish members

Lists the communicants in the parish of Tealing on 13 July 1725 broken down by village or farmhouse: Kirktown, Tealing, Finlarg, Todhills, Newbigging, Balgray Easter, Balgray Wester, Balnuth, Balkalk, Prieston, Balkemback, Balutheran. Also lists elders and deacons and narrates the church's activities until 1727

The Glasite Church

  • MS 9
  • Collection
  • 1728-2022
Congregational and membership lists comprising original and copies of lists of members of the Glasite church across Scotland, England and North America, many with annotated comments and details of baptisms, marriage and death. Service registers noting dates of services and texts for the day. Ceremonies, ordinations, procedures and prayers comprising notes and other papers relating to baptism, death, ordinations and marriages. Sermons, discourses and exhortations comprising papers, notebooks, drafts and letters with devotional and theological poems, hymns, notes and letters, mainly concerning the beliefs and debates of the church. Copies and original correspondence relating to individuals and congregations, concerning family and congregational news, disputes and schisms, and the life of the church in the 20th century. Scrapbooks and letter books containing copy and original correspondence between individuals and churches, notes and news cuttings, often concerning church disputes on matters such as ‘the eating of blood and of things strangled’. Journals and narratives comprising transcriptions of letters, narratives, accounts and diaries describing events and activities of members of the church'.
Property and land records comprising plans and correspondence and petition relating to the building of the Edinburgh meeting houses and their sale. Accounts, invoices and receipts, tenders, promissory notes and correspondence mainly relating to the Barony Street Chapel, Edinburgh. Engravings, photographs and postcards featuring members of the church. Newscuttings, histories, lectures, articles and other ephemera. Correspondence and papers relating to various persons' research into the Church, mainly addressed to Gerard Sandeman. Notes and documents relating to births, deaths and marriages of Glasite families. Items used within church services

Glasite Church

Dr William Christie

  • MS 68
  • Collection
  • 1930-1976
Newspaper cuttings c 1942-1970; correspondence c 1966-1976; diary and commonplace books c 1935-1967; miscellaneous loose papers 1930-1972; miscellaneous papers and pamphlets c 1957-1972.

Dr. William Christie

College and Collegiate Church of The Holy Spirit, Isle of Cumbrae

  • MS 54
  • Collection
  • 1832-1929
Sermons, prayers, orders of service, etc. c.1854-1900; constitution and statutes 1851-c.1901; calendars 1865-1878; presentations, collations, ordinations, etc., mainly diocese of Argyll and The Isles 1826-1926; correspondence including letters from George Frederick Boyle, 1832-1929.

College and Collegiate Church of The Holy Spirit

Melville Jameson, Solicitor, Perth

  • MS 48
  • Collection
  • 1787-1947
Records of the firm Jameson & Mackay 1858-1896; sederunt book and managers minutes of St. Leonard's Church, Perth 1835-1857; records of Murray & Smeaton (coal merchants, Coupar Angus) 1855-1859; records of the Northern Insurance Company 1887-1947; miscellaneous records 1787-1946.

Melville Jameson

Jim Thompson

00.00 - 9.17
He was born in Dundee in Clemenpark Nursing Home, a poor house, on December 2nd 1931. He lived in Wyan street for three years until he moved to the Steel Houses in Kennybank. This was due to his mother being from a wealthy family and his grandmother being a "snob" and not wanting them living in the lower class areas of Dundee, thus she helped them move. His father was a labourer, constantly in and out of work, meaning his mother was means tested and received 3 shillings for her children per week until she was spotted with gold on her hands. His father was extremely left-wing and fought for workers rights.

9.17 - 15.25
For his first 6 year he was a very unwell child, contracting pneumonia every year. He was in and out of hospital and claims that he "lived off charity" because his parents couldn't pay the hospital bills. He recalls a family holiday that he missed out on when his family went camping and left him in the hospital.

15.25 - 21.33
He attended school at Cleblands, until the war broke out and they gathered in church halls due to bomb threats due to the school being close to the ship yards. They also gathered in small groups in children's homes until the end of the war. He attended the Morgan academy and recalls never being fond of any teachers throughout his school life and only liked one teacher from his university experience.

21.33 - 27.27
He felt his mother was very ambitious for him and favoured him over his siblings. His family were not particularly religious however his grandfather was an elder at their church for many years until an affair between the pastor and a young girl broke out and he found himself put off the church and religion itself. His mother briefly taught at Sunday school despite being an atheist.

Order of Service booklets

A Service of Celebrations for the life of Canon Kenyon Wright, 10 March 2017
Evening Prayer in Commemoration of the Dedication of All Souls, Invergowrie, 22 September 1896. no date for event
Dedication of the 'Priest and Pipes' exhibition, St James Episcopal Church, 16 November 2019
A service to celebrate and give thanks for Canon Hugh Magee, 18 May 2019
A tribute and homily preached at the memorial service for Canon Hugh Magee, 18 May 2019
Dundee to Invergowrie, Evening Prayer, 10 July 2022
Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 25 September 2022
All Souls, Invergowrie, Remembrance Sunday, 14 November 2021
Diocesan Festival Choral evensong in commemoration of Bishop Alexander Penrose Forbes, 9 October and 10 October 2022

David Bertie

Dr James Rorie collection

  • MS 318
  • Collection
  • 1817-2009
Dr James Rorie's Diaries, 1862-1911; Documents relating to the Rorie family's education 1838-1947; Dr James Rorie's work related material 1863-1909; Dr James Rorie's personal, family and religious material 1817-1910; Photographs 1820-1923 ; Digital files from Jane Mcintyre 2009.

Dr James Rorie

A church of all for all

Documents concerning Brechin Diocesan Conference 2005 and report of a day conference held in Perth on 15th February 2005 about disabilities. [Contents copied to University Server]

100 years of photographs and videos

Photographs and videos from 100 years of Holy Trinity Monifieth, Church BBQs 1999-2003, Sleeman's 60th, and Fay & Terry 2003 service on sins and confession. [Contents copied to University Server]

Sunday service from Holy Trinity Church

Televised Sunday service at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church led by REV. Terry Dyer with REV. Faye Lamont, organist Derek Buchan, readings by John Manby and prayers by Judith Edmond and Bill McFawns. [Contents copied to University Server]


Containing copies of photographs and videos, including a televised service, of services, events and documents. [Contents copied to University Server]

Various unsorted photographs and memory stick

Coloured photographs depicting Holy Trinity Church, various people at social events such as Sunday School and visits to other churches, and celebrations such as a going-away party, birthday parties, weddings, christmas and confirmations, as well as a memory stick named "Catherine B" [technologically inaccessible]

Various photographs

Black and white photographs of various people, a list of names from the Stewardship campaign 1975, and a portfolio on Holy Rood, Carnoustie and Holy Trinity, Monifieth

Various photographs

Black and white as well as coloured photographs depicting people at various celebrations, for example christmas and birthday parties, and gatherings indoors and outdoors

Visit to Rome

Coloured photographs depicting people and places on a trip to Rome, and photographs showing renovations of Holy Trinity Church


Photographs of a visit to Rome, of the church building and of various events and activities


Photographs and cd's containing film and images of various church activities

Church activities

(1-3) Agreement between Holy Trinity Church and Monifieth Art Society, papers relating to a Visit to Swaziland, print-outs of Holy Trinity Church leaflets, service overviews and hymn booklets


(1-4) Correspondence and documents concerning a Yamaha digital piano, loudspeakers, window blinds, as well as Canon 35 Application Forms; property inspection reports; material on new chairs, altar kneelers and folding tables; Fire Certificates
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