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CH3Records of Free, United Presbyterian, United Free and Other Protestant Churches1725-1891
Country code GB
Repository code 232
Repository Highland Archive and Registration Centre, Inverness
Reference CH3/1059
Title Grantown on Spey Free Church, United Free, South Church of Scotland
Dates 1870-1960
Access status Not held
Access conditions These records are not held in the National Records of Scotland. They are in the Highland Archive and Registration Centre, Inverness.
Please note - until further notice CH3/1059/2-10 are held in NRS (as at August 2011).
Location On site
Level Fonds
Admin history Grantown (on Spey) Free Church was formed in the autumn of 1845 and sanctioned as a charge in 1845. The church and manse followed in 1849 (church enlarged, 1898). It was initially known as Cromdale, until the establishment of a separate charge there in 1893. After it passed to the United Free Church as Grantown, the property was claimed by the Free Church, but allocated to the United Free in 1906. The Church of Scotland charge, Grantown South, was in the presbytery of Abernethy and the synod of Moray. It united with Inverallan as Grantown on Spey in 1960.
Related material CH2/1649 Inverallan Kirk Session
CH2/1650 Grantown on Spey Kirk Session
Archival history Note: a note in the first minute in CH3/1059/1 explains that the earlier records were burned in a fire at the manse, 16 April 1869.
 

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