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Ref No BrMS 11
Title Records of Tarfside Episcopal Church, Lochlee
Date 1840-1982
Description Minutes 1840-1914; register of services 1914-1982; stranger preachers book 1876-1940; collections book 1840-1914; seat rent collections 1858-1880; endowment fund contributions 1857-1874; building specification; rector vacancy proceedings 2005-2006; publications 2010
Level Fonds
Extent 13 volumes
Access Status Open
Access Conditions Open for consultation subject to preservation requirements. Access must also conform to the restrictions of the Data Protection Act and any other appropriate legislation.
Language English
Creator Name Tarfside Episcopal Church, Lochlee
Admin History The Episcopalians of Lochlee and Lethnot were driven out of their parish churches in 1716, after which they built new meeting houses on the Rowan and in Glen Lethnot. The Lethnot congregation died out by 1800 and the present church (St Drostan's) was built in 1879 in memory of the former Bishop of Brechin Alexander Penrose Forbes, Bishop of Brechin. There has been no resident clergyman since 1921 and Lochlee was served from Fasque (1921-1942), Montrose (1942-1946), Drumtochty (1946-1953 and Brechin (1953 to date). In 1983 the charge was renamed Tarfside. Since 2005 the Reverend Jane Nelson has been Priest in Charge. The church's constitution was updated in 2009. The church is also the site of a self-catering lodge which can be used by groups or individuals.


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