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Records and reminiscences of Bonhill Parish.
According to pages of "Records and Reminiscences of Bonhill Parish" (John Neill, ), the school had a good reputation until the s, and produced a number of capable pupils, including William Bilsland, who would become Sir William Bilsland, Lord Provost of Glasgow. We are adding hundreds of thousands of extracted historical records to our website - including rolls of male heads of families, baptismal and marriage registers, Kirk Session records and Poor Law records. To see the records currently available for each parish, follow the links below.
Neill, John, Records & Reminiscences of Bonhill Parish (, reprinted in ). This is the standard history of the Bonhill Parish part of the Vale from earliest times (really the late 18th century) until the early 's. A great source of information and a “must read” for . In its present form, this footpath is about metres long. It begins at a gate beside Auchincarroch Road, and meets Dumbain Crescent near Dumbain Farm. The name Tinker's Loan is an old one, found, for example, in the book "Records and Reminiscences of Bonhill Parish" (John Neill, ).
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John Neil in his book Records and Reminiscences of Bonhill Parish tells of a Doctor Humphreys who made his reputation from treating victims of the “first outbreak” of cholera in Bonhill, presumably in. Bonhill records. Lookup searches – Access records in Scottish archives for ancestors in this parish (e.g.
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One of the most interesting old books on the Vale is John Neill's "Records and Reminiscences of Bonhill Parish." It has some great old plates from photographs by the local photographer, Mollison. BONHILL, a parish, in the county of Dumbarton, 3 miles (N.) from Dumbarton; containing, with the villages of Alexandria, Dalvait, Damhead, and Mill of Haldane, inhabitants, of whom are in the village of Bonhill.
The name of this parish was originally written Buchnall, afterwards Bulhill, and at length, Bunnul; and the original term is. Probate Records [edit | edit source] Bonhill was under the probate jurisdiction of the Commissary Court of Dunbarton untiland since then has been under the Sheriff's Court of Dumbarton.
Probate records for are indexed online at You must register on the website but use of the index to probate records, called 'Wills & Testaments,' is free. Bonhill DNB () John Neill - Records & Reminiscences of Bonhill Parish (; repr.
Hoddesdon, Herts: Steven Apps, ISBN ) Borgue KKD () James Bell Henderson - Borgue: its Parish Churches, Pastors & People (Castle-Douglas: Adam Rae, ) Botriphnie BAN () - See Keith. Brechin ANS () - See the Brechin page.
Bonhill is the name of both the ancient Parish, which covers most of the Vale - with the very significant exception of Renton - and the hamlet, then village, and eventually town that grew up around the Parish Church of Bonhill.
The Parish is described in the Place Names pages and this page concentrates on. John Neill's book "Records and Reminiscences of Bonhill Parish" offers, on p an explanation for the name Jamestown.
I cannot vouch for its correctness, but it is worth quoting here, for interest: "In a schoolhouse was erected at Dam of Balloch, now called Jamestown, from the fact that three feuars whose individual Christian name was James, had each built a house there.".
The book "Records and Reminiscences of Bonhill Parish" (by John Neill) variously calls it "Slunger Hill Road" (p91), "The Slunger Road", or just "The Slunger" (these last two forms are found on p).
The book also notes several other local names for places in. Internet Archive BookReader Annals of Chicopee Street: records and reminiscences of an old New England parish for a period of two hundred years. Excerpt from Annals of Chicopee Street: Records and Reminiscences of an Old New England Parish for a Period of Two Hundred Years There is one tradition that Dea.
Chapin was of Welsh origin, and another that he was of Huguenot family. Some color is given to the latter tradition by the name of his wife, Cicely, a name found in early French : Clara Skeele Palmer.Annals Of Chicopee Street: Records And Reminiscences Of An Old New England Parish For A Period Of Two Hundred Years () [Clara Skeele Palmer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks.Bonhill (B'nill in Scots and Both an Uillt in Gaelic) is a town in the Vale of Leven area of West Dunbartonshire, is sited on the Eastern bank of the River Leven, on the opposite bank from the larger town of Alexandria.
History. The area is mentioned in a charter of giving the monks from Paisley Abbey fishing rights on the east bank of the River Leven at the Linbrane l area: West Dunbartonshire.