Session minutes, 1909-1972; Deacon's and manager's minutes, 1901-1972; Communion roll, 1902-1973; Communion roll, removals and deaths, 1967-1972; Baptismal roll, 1914-1972; Proclamations, 1932-1972; Williamson benefaction book, 1893-1911; Property register, 1956.
Records of Anstruther: Chalmers Memorial Church, United Free
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Administrative / Biographical History
Following the union of the United Presbyterian Church and the Free Church of Scotland in 1900, Anstruther Free Church, which sat within the Presbytery of St Andrews, became Anstruther Chalmers Memorial, United Free Church and in 1904 the congregation of Anstruther Erskine was united to that of Chalmers Memorial, after which time the Anstruther Erskine church was sold. Following the 1929 union of the Church of Scotland and the United Free Church, Anstruther Chalmers Memorial U.F. became Anstruther Chalmers Memorial, Church of Scotland and in 1973 a union was established with the charge of Anstruther St Adrian's, under the name of Anstruther.
Sources: John Alexander Lamb, The Fasti of the United Free Church of Scotland 1900-1929 (Edinburgh, 1956) ; Hew Scott and others (ed.), Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae, vols. 9-11 (Edinburgh, 1915-2000).
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Description compiled by Rachel Hart, Archives Hub Project, based on description created by Lesley Doig and modified by Alan Borthwick, Scottish Archive Network project.
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