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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sunderland, 1 fatal,; Monkwearmouth, 4; Hertford, I fatal; Edinburgh, 13; Glas-' gow, 31, 10 fatal; Maxwelltown, 11, 5 fatal; St Ninians, by Stirling' 1; Old Kilpatrick, 7, 3 fatal; Tranent, 2; Kirkintilloch, 1 fatal; Buittle, 2, 1 fatal; Glencairn, 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that manliness which ever characterised him to the conversation of that distin- guished man. I met him afterwards at St Ninians, at the house of his father, where he was pursuing with ardour his literary studies, and seemed at that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tiod of ****'- o?rh p , athCr WM the Rev - Mr Logan, minister of the Relief Church at St Ninians, in Stirlingshire' and ZT« Ti poSBeBBin & tho «e qualities of head L th* J?* 1 that sim P Subscribers-only content

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    have been the illegitimate daughtei of a person named Richardson, who at the time of her birth lived in St Ninians. She was adopted by a Mrs M'Pherson, who brought her up. At an early age she went to service, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    K. Buchanan, of Tulliallan, the retiring preses. Mr J. Dickson, St Bo^wells, was re-elected secretary ; and Mr Knox. St Ninians, treasurer. Messrs Copland, Kilwinning; Proudfoot, Kilcon- quhar; and Barrie, Dalkeith, were elected members of committee; and Messrs Core, Wiston Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1559, Jan-June

    Vans; and to John Scott, chaplain, at the request of Andrew Mansion, wright, the service and chaiplainry founded at St Ninians' altar in St Giles kirk by umquhile Andrew Mowbray, both vacant by decease of Sir Alexander Cunningham. Marioribanks renounced

    Acts, 1752

    of Glendoig, Advocate, and John Belshes of Invermay, ruling elders. From the Presbytery of Stirling, Mr James Mackie at St Ninians, Mr James Turnbull at Denny, ministers; George Abercrombie, younger of Tillibody, Esq., ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Auchterarder,

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