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Disruption Defaulters

It may not be immediately apparent why a book entitled The Wheat and the Chaff gathered into Bundles is of relevance to a web-site whose main interest is historical and genealogical.


Expanding the Indexing

Only those who are particularly perceptive or who use this web-site frequently will have noticed that some of the indexes on this site have been improved recently. This was done in three areas


Robert Ross, Troon and St Mark’s, Glasgow

Ewing’s information on him is sparse. There is a birth year, but no birthplace; an awareness that he was married twice but only the name of the second wife is known. We can probably add some flesh to these bones


Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae – Digital Index

The seven volumes of the Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae are a great resource for the researcher; and they are readily available on line. But, as far as I know, up till now, there has been no digital index available.


Bigger Indexes for Small

Anyone who regularly researches Scottish Presbyterian ministers becomes familiar with the two volume work of Dr Robert Small, History of the Congregations of the United Presbyterian Church 1733-1900


Further Obituaries

By a happy “coincidence”, I came across a couple of dusty volumes of the Free Church’s Monthly Magazine in a church that I was visiting. I borrowed them and have now added to this web-site 12 more obituaries, which had escaped my initial trawl through these Magazines


Update: 7th June. 2016

A further 19 family trees have now been added to the web-site, namely: Anderson (John); Anderson (William); Bannatyne; Brown;