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Presbytery of Kincardine, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

A. Strath Maxwell

Presbytery of Kincardine, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

inhabitants polled there-in, 1695

by A. Strath Maxwell

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Published by A.S. Maxwell in Hazlehead, Aberdeen, Scotland .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kincardine (Scotland),
  • Scotland,
  • Kincardine.
    • Subjects:
    • Church of Scotland. Presbytery of Kincardine.,
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Scotland -- Kincardine.,
    • Kincardine (Scotland) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled by A. Strath Maxwell.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS477.K54 M39 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination111 p. :
      Number of Pages111
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1641025M
      LC Control Number91194583

      Search for - Aberdeenshire, Scotland - , results. Genealogy, Registers of births, Church of Scotland, Registers, Church of Scotland. Presbytery of Aberdeen, Church of Scotland. Presbytery of Alford, Church of Scotland. Presbytery of Deer, Church of Scotland. Presbytery of Ellon, Church of Scotland.

      Presbytery The Synod of Aberdeen is a historical synod of the Church of Scotland, with jurisdiction corresponding generally (but not completely) to the traditional county of Aberdeenshire. Historical records of the synod from may be found at National Archives of Scotland under the reference number GB/CH2/ He was also Convener of the Business Committee of the Presbytery of Kincardine and Deeside, and Convener of Christian Aid Banchory. Sandy and his wife, Sheila, lived in North-East Scotland after their marriage in and specifically in Banchory (Banchory-Ternan), Kincardineshire, from

      Presbytery is the court of the Church that has the largest representation of elders. Our forty-six Presbyteries have representation from every congregation in the Church of Scotland. Our forty-six Presbyteries have representation from every congregation in the Church of Scotland. John married Sarah Christina WILSON, daughter of Rev. Alexander WILSON and Sarah FRENCH, on 9 Dec in Aberdeen,, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. 1 (Sarah Christina WILSON was born on 5 Dec in,,, Scotland, 17 died on 3 Jan in Maryculter,, Kincardine, Scotland 1 17 and was buried on 10 Jan in Maryculter,, Kincardine, Scotland ).


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Presbytery of Kincardine, Aberdeenshire, Scotland by A. Strath Maxwell Download PDF EPUB FB2

The website of Kincardine and Deeside Presbytery. Welcome to the website of the Kincardine and Deeside Presbytery of the Church of Scotland. Kincardine and Deeside website. Rev Hugh Conkey Contact: [email protected] Dr Marshall Halliday Contact: or [email protected] Kirkcaldy website.

Rev Alan Kimmitt Contact: [email protected] Mrs Lauren Jones Contact: laurenjones Kincardineshire, also known as the Mearns (from Scottish Gaelic: A' Mhaoirne meaning "the Stewartry"), is a historic county, registration county and lieutenancy area on the coast of northeast is bounded by Aberdeenshire on the north and west, and by Angus on the south.

The name "Kincardine" is also used in Kincardine and Mearns, a committee area of the Aberdeenshire Council Country: Scotland. PRESBYTERY OF KINCARDINE O'NEIL, SYNOD OF ABERDEEN. THE REV. CHARLES M'COMBIE, MINISTER. I.—Topography and Natural History.

Name.—The etymology of Lumphanan, which is spelled in the most ancient writings, Lunfanan, Lonfanan, and Lanfanan, cannot be ascertained with certainty. Kincardine O'Neil Aberdeenshire genealogy. You can see maps centred on OS grid reference NJ (Lat/Lon:), Kincardine O'Neil which are provided by.

Kincardineshire, also called Kincardine or the Mearns, historic county in northeastern Scotland, along the North Sea coast south of Aberdeen. It is part of the Aberdeenshire council area. Kincardine is the southernmost of the historic counties of northeastern Scotland.

In ancient times it marked the northern limit of the brief Roman penetration of Scotland. Lumphanan is ecclesiastically in the presbytery of Kincardine O'Neil and synod of Aberdeen The church was erected inand contains sittings.

The parochial school, in addition to the ordinary branches, affords instruction in Greek, Latin, and mathematics. the founding members of those families came from other parts of Aberdeenshire, or indeed from other parts of Scotland.

Trying to match individuals in this population poll with corresponding births or christenings is hampered by the lack of Old Parish Registers for many of the under-mentioned parishes during that early time.

Presbytery of Kincardine. Kincardine in the West to Lochgelly in the East Presbytery is the gathered life of the Church of Scotland in Dunfermline and West Fife.

Presbytery brings together, in a mutually accountable and supportive relationship, ministers, deacons and elders representing local Christian communities in parish, hospital, prison, university and national.

A corporate account has been set up with North East Scotland Credit Union (NESCU) and is overseen by representatives of the Church of Scotland and the Aberdeenshire Partner Refugee Group.

Cheques payable to NESCU. Payments by on-line transfer using: S/c acct Lookup searches – Access records in Scottish archives for ancestors in this parish (e.g. Kirk Session Records). Available from £1 a name a year. Poor Law appeals – Indexed Poor Law appeals with the option to order images of records.

Asylum records – Index to the General Register of Lunatics in Asylums. School records – Index to School Leaving Certificate Examination results. Ainslies Map of Scotland Old Statistical Account Fullarton's Gazetteer: ; ; ; The parish of Midmar is in the Presbytery of Kincardine O'Neil, Synod of Aberdeen.

Patron, the Crown and Sir J. Forbes Baronet. The people of Kincardin O'Neill and Cluny, Toronto Public Library. A Church of Scotland in Aberdeenshire has welcomed a new minister to their parish after three years of Andrew Morrison, 27, was ordained and inducted at Arbuthnott, Bervie and Kinneff Church on Thursday 7 March and is now the Kirk's third youngest minister.

Electoral roll for Banchory-Ternan in - NRS ref. CH2//19 (part of the records of the Presbytery of Kincardine O'Neil) Testaments & wills Banchory Ternan was in the Commissariot of Aberdeen [.

The parish of Lumphanan is in the Presbytery of Kincardine O'Neil, and Synod of Aberdeen it contains about Statute acres and is bounded on the east and partly on the south by the parish of Kincardine O' Neil; on the south by the parish of Aboyne and Glentanner; on the west by the parish of Coull; and on the north by the parishes of "Leochel and.

BANCHORY-TARNAN,1 a parish in Kincardineshire; bounded on the east, north, and west, by Aberdeenshire; and on the south by Durris and Strachan parishes. It is of very unequal surface; and the whole is interspersed with muir ground covered with heath and hills.

It conta Scots acres. The rent, inwas about £1. The Church of Scotland, the national church of Scotland, divides the country into Presbyteries, which in turn are subdivided into Parishes, each served by a parish church, usually with its own and readjustments may however result in a parish having more than one building, or several parishes sharing a minister.

There are currently 43 presbyteries in Scotland, and around Kincardine O'Neil (Scottish Gaelic: Cinn Chàrdainn) is one of the oldest villages in Deeside, or the valley of the River Dee, in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

It is situated between Banchory and Aboyne. The village is known locally as Kinker, and was formerly known as Eaglais Iarach in Gaelic. Kincardine O'Neil is also the name of the local parish.

2 days ago  Mr Bowie initially responded to the Twitter post by joking that he wasn’t worried as Kincardine Bridge “is about miles from West Aberdeenshire”, to which Ms Blackett said: “There’s.

Role: Compeared, heard Presbytery Deliverance. Other parish: Kincardine, Presbytery of. Details: Presbytery Deliverance in his case dated 26th March Session authorised to administer the Oath of Purgation. Oath administered.Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire have long been serving up some of Scotland’s most premium local produce creating a name for itself as an iconic food destination.

Independents Find our best local produce in quaint deli cafes, traditional pubs and stylish Michelin Guide restaurants across the region.It is now in the presbytery of Kincardine O'Neil, synod of Aberdeen, and in the patronage of Sir John Forbes, Bart., of Craigievar.

The minister's stipend is about £, of which about half is received from the exchequer, with a manse, built inand a glebe of four acres, valued at £7 per annum.