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You searched for: Place: Killarow

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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1722

    Kilmarnock, James Livingston at Strathblane, Robert Glen at Kingarth, Archibald Gillespie at Strathurd, Charles Stewart at Campbelton, John Campbell in Killarow, in Islay, Alexander Campbell at Inverary, Duncan Campbell at Kilchrenan, Dougal Campbell at Lismore, William Morrison at Tyrie, Daniel

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    30.-The Queen has beer be pleased to present the Rev. John McGilchrist to the chur! of the united parishes of Killarow and Kilmenziein th Presbytery of Isia and Jura, vacant by the deatheOtf, Rev. Alexander Stewart. IU- WHITEHALL, AUGUST 2.-The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    void. Whitehall, August 11. ' The Queen has been pleased to present the Eev. Alexander Stewart to the church of Killarow, in the united parishes of Killa- row and Kilmenzie, in the Presbytery of Isla and Inra, vacant by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    kl Qaeen has been pleased to present tbe Rev. John ; (ji coris' to the ciiurcnof the united parishes of Killarow -j kil-ie'.zie, i n • lie presbytery of Isla and Jura, vacant , ite de;.*ti ot tbe Rev. Alexander Subscribers-only content

    Gazetteer and New Daily Advertiser, WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1781

    pD The JKing has been pleafed to plptflbe Rev. Mr. John Mac Leifh to the unitedcbaeltab and th parilhes of Killarow and Kilchomst, ia the w, prelbytery of Kintire, and Ihire of 'Agyll and ta Bute, lscant by the death Subscribers-only content

    London Courant (1745), WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1781

    The King has been pleafed to prefent the Rev. Mr. John Mac Leith to the united churches and parithes of Killarow and Kilchoman, in the prebytery of Kintire, and fliire of Argyll and Bate, vacant by the death of Mr. Subscribers-only content

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