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A regularly organized congregation formed soon after. After 1852 this congregation united with the West Church. History—This congregation was formed in 1844 by sympathizers with the Free Church. Source: Annals and Statistics of the United Presbyterian Church, by Rev. The church was built in 1844 and the charge was sanctioned in November 1845. A number of the parishioners of Ardrossan followed his example by acceding to the Associate Presbytery in October following. Probate records for 1513- 1901 are indexed online at The Presbytery joined the seceders at Ardrossan to the congregation of Kilmaurs, see parish of Kilmaurs. You must register on the website but use of the index to probate records, called 'Wills & Testaments,' is free.here’s an unwound tall-case clock in the manor house of the fabled Ardrossan estate.
The Established Church of Scotland was Presbyterian.Read more about nonconformity in Scotland in the article on the History—Mr. Records—Minutes 1843–1968Register of Members 1848–1899Note: Available at the National Archives of Scotland, Edinburgh, record CH3/573. See the article on for more information and to access the records.James Mair, assistant minister of Ardrossan, acceded to the Associate Presbytery in July 1739. Androssan was under the probate jurisdiction of the Commissary Court of Glasgow until 1823, and since then has been under the Sheriff's Court of Ayr.Those that were disconnected with either of the dissenting congregations now in Saltcoats, joined the General Associate congregation of Kilwinning until the death of the minister in 1793. More details may be given in the source including a list of ministers. History—The incumbent of the parish of West Kilbride, which is bounded on the southeast by that of Ardrossan, was much disliked by a number of his parishioners, who, to avoid his ministrations, attended religious ordinances at Irvine. Upon petition to the Presbytery, they were disjoined from it, and formed into a separate congregation. After doing so for some time they obtained the cooperation of several of the parishioners of Ardrossan, in an application to the Relief Presbytery of Glasgow, for supply of sermon, which was granted in 1780. More details may be given in the source, including a list of ministers.
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