78 Earlbank Ave
Scotstoun
Glasgow
G14 9DU

Scotstoun Parish Church

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Scotstoun Parish Church serves the area of Scotstoun in the west end of Glasgow. The church was originally dedicated as Scotstoun United Free Church in 1906, moving into the church of Scotland and becoming Scotstoun East church in 1929. The Parish later amalgamated with those of Scotstoun West and, most recently, Whiteinch, becoming known as Scotstoun Parish Church.

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I am seeking information regarding 'Scotstoun East Parish Church' previous to the amalgamation during the eighties. I understand that the old church at the corner of Dumbarton Road was destroyed by fire sometime after this. I would be pleased if anyone has any information about certain historical artifacts that would have been removed between the amalgamation move and the fire and whether these still exist in storage or anywhere else ie, bronze plaques etc.
My interest in this matter arises from the fact that my Grandfather held office in the old church and was also the church organist approx during during the 1930,s 40,s. / His name was: James, Alexander Cromar and the Minister during this time was Rev. Cruickshanks. If anyone can help me with any information regarding the old church I would be very grateful...Thank You...........Janetta, Kerr Gibson (nee Taylor) TEL. 01236 781888

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I am seeking information regarding 'Scotstoun East Parish Church' previous to the amalgamation during the eighties. I understand that the old church at the corner of Dumbarton Road was destroyed by fire sometime after this. I would be pleased if anyone has any information about certain historical artifacts that would have been removed between the amalgamation move and the fire and whether these still exist in storage or anywhere else ie, bronze plaques etc.
My interest in this matter arises from the fact that my Grandfather held office in the old church and was also the church organist approx during during the 1930,s 40,s. / His name was: James, Alexander Cromar and the Minister during this time was Rev. Cruickshanks. If anyone can help me with any information regarding the old church I would be very grateful...Thank You...........Janetta, Kerr Gibson (nee Taylor) TEL. 01236 781888

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