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[Small notebook]: miscellaneous notes on Episcopal clergy and related matters. Entries dated from c.1693. 1913. Notes relate particularly to: George Adams; Dr Robert Barron's daughter (notes from Laing MSS); Gideon Cant - Glenbervie Epitaphs; Mr Lawrence Charteris (notes from Laing MSS); Don family; Robert Douglas, Bishop of Dunblane; James Fall to Mr Nelson, letter, (notes from Laing MSS); James Glegg - Glenbervie Epitaphs; Rev. James Greenshields; Mr Hepburn, Non-Jurant Minister; Rev. John Hutchison; Mr James; Jolly family; King Charles II, Natural children of; Mr George Lauder, Non-Jurant Minister; Walter McGill (notes from Laing MSS); Panmure Paper; James Ramsay, Bishop of Dunblane (notes from Laing MSS); Religious Houses in Scotland; Rev. James Smith, Muchalls; Rev. James Stevenson, Catterline; Rev. James Stewart; David Strachan, Bishop of Brechin (notes from Laing MSS); Synonyms (Jacobite) used in their letters; Rev. William Ward, Old Deer; Rev. James Weirs.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Miscellaneous transcriptions

Small notebook No. 4': notes on Episcopal clergy and congregations. Entries dated 1640-1830. c.1913. Notes relate particularly to: Clergy: Rev. James Brown, Minister at Montrose; Rev. George Garden, Minister in Stonehaven; Andrew Gerard, Bishop of Aberdeen; Rev. William Livingston, Minister of Old Deer, Aberdeen; John Milne, Minister at Fetteresso; Rev. James Munro; Arthur Petrie, Bishop of Moray; John Skinner, Bishop of Aberdeen; Rev. Robert Spark, Minister at Redmyre, Laurencekirk; John Strachan, Bishop of Brechin. Congregations of Aberdeen, Arbuthnott, Arnhall, Drumlithie, Dunnottar, Durris, Falside, Fettercairn, Fetteresso, Fiddes, Fordoun, Kinneff, Laurencekirk, [Mill of Piart], Peterculture, Stonehaven.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Miscellaneous transcriptions

Notes on Episcopal clergy in the 18th century; mainly taken from pamphlets and printed books. Notes relate particularly to: Rev. James Brown, Rev. Edward Craig, Bishop Abernethy Drummond, Bishop Gleig, Dr Grant, Rev. Norman Sievwright, Bishop John Skinner, Rev. James Small, Forfar.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Miscellaneous transcriptions

Small notebook No. 3': notes on Episcopal clergy and congregations. Entries dated from c.1607- c.1913. Notes relate particularly to: Clergy: Rev. William Gray, Minister at Kirriemuir; Mr Alexander Greig, Minister in Stonehaven; Mr James Gordon. Chaplain to the Laird of Allardyce; Mr Henry Hewgill, Rector of Great Smeton, Northallerton; Mr Gilbert Keith, Minister of Dunnottar; Rev. Alexander Shank, Minister of Arbuthnott; Rev. Alexander Shank of Castlerig; Rev. Martin Shank, Minister at Banchory; Mr Edward Trotter, Rector of [Sigston]. Congregations of Aberluthnet, Allardice, Arbuthnott, Arduthie, Balmakewan, Barnside, Blackhall, Caldhame, Catterline, Cowie, Drumlithie; Ecclesgreig, Elfhill, Elsick, Falside, Fetteresso, Glenbervie, Glenfarquhar, Kinellar, Laurencekirk, Monymusk, Stonehaven, Stonehouse, Tillylair Hill, Tillywhilly, Whistleberry.

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

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

Manuscripts from the Episcopal Chest.

(500) Letter, 25 August, 1735, Rev. Alexander Robertson, Edinburgh to Bishop Keith. Asks whether he considers the consecration (of Robert White as Bishop of Dunblane) canonical. Letter, 1 September, 1731, Bishop Keith to Alexander Robertson. Relates to election of David Freebairn to the "district" of Edinburgh.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Letters and papers from the Episcopal Chest bearing on the Clergy of the 18th Century: Miscellaneous MSS nos. 1078-1123 [excluding 1113-1120], 1711-1764 and MSS nos. 467-483, 1690-1727. Transcribed c.1919.

(1096) Letter, Newton, Patrick Edmonstone to unnamed Bishop. Asks the Bishop to preach to the local congregation the following Sunday. "If you are not to preach in a cloak you must bring a gown with you".

Dean William Leslie Christie

Letters and papers from the Episcopal Chest bearing on the Clergy of the 18th Century: Miscellaneous MSS nos. 1078-1123 [excluding 1113-1120], 1711-1764 and MSS nos. 467-483, 1690-1727. Transcribed c.1919.

(1094) Letter, Old Rain, Alexander Tower to Rt. Rev. John Alexander, Bishop of Dunkeld. Gives news of family well-being and congratulates the Bishop "upon the honourable dignity" which he has "arrived to".

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