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CH2Records of Church of Scotland synods, presbyteries and kirk sessions1569-2006
Country code GB
Repository code 243
Repository Glasgow City Archives
Reference CH2/1519
Title Records of Glasgow, St Columba's Gaelic Chapel
Dates 1837-1989
Access status Not held
Access conditions The records in this collection are not held by the NRS. They are held by Glasgow City Archives.
Location
Level Fonds
Admin history A separate place of worship for the many Gaelic speaking Highlanders who came to Glasgow in the 18th century was established in 1770. Known as the Gaelic Chapel, it was situated at the corner of Queen Street and Ingram Street. In 1839, the congregation moved to a new building at the bottom of Hope Street. This site was sold to the Caledonian Railway Company in 1900 and the present building in St Vincent Street was dedicated in 1904. The church was designed by William Tennant and Frederick V Burke in early French Gothic style.
 

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