churches

St Marys Episcopal Church Loch Creran
Rhugarbh United Free Church
Selma Free Church
St Modans Kirk
Achnaba Kirk
Baleveolan Church
Ardchattan Episcopal Church at Bonawe . - The Scottish Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit 1866 - 2008 (have image of priests in catalogue)
Connel Ferry Episcopal Church
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what other churches are we missing ?

Kirk Sessions
To find out more of the possible kirk session records available
https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/research/guides/church-records
These are slowly being digitised to make them available online https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/research/guides/church-court-records-online
http://www.scan.org.uk/

a publication on Old church life in Scotland: lectures on kirk-session and presbytery records

Episcopal Church Scottish Episcopal Clergy, 1689-2000
https://www.scotland.anglican.org/who-we-are/vocation-and-ministry/ministry-scottish-episcopal-church/
Holy Cross, Portnacroish 1809 - present day, it is possible that the ministers here would have covered the North Lorn area.
1854, from a family bible, Duncan McKenzie married Mary Duff of Alltchaorrunn and Angus McNab of Ardchattan somewhere (in the presence of Malcolm Colquohoun) . They were also married in Ardchattan 21st December 1854.


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