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Information on the village of Stichill, near Kelso in Scotland.

Former Ministers Of Stichill And Hume

STICHILL PARISH CHURCH
William Hood1567-1577
John Fairbairn1578-1591
James Frenche AM1596-1605 (Stitchell and Hume United 1605)
James Frenche AM1605-1613
David Courtney AM1613-1655
David Stark AM1648-1683 (colleague and successor)
Andrew Darling1683-1689 (deprived 1689 deposed 1692)
John Glen1691-1718
John Glen1719-1732
Alexander Home1734-1742
George Ridpath1743-1472
Andrew Scott1773-1826
James Paterson1822-1824 (assistant and successor)
Peter Buchanan1827-1848
Dugald Macalister1846-1877
George Gunn MA1878-1900
John L C Tulloch1900-1916
David J Tweedie1917-1926
James J Pryde MA1926-1934
Neil T McCulloch MA1935-1949
Alexander McK Sutherland1950-1955 (United with Nenthorn 1950)
Donald F Findlay1956-1974
David S Walker MA1975-1978 (Stichill, Hume and Nenthorn linked with Makerstoun and Smailholm 1975)
John D Henderson MA BD1978-1982
Bruce J L Hay1983-1997
Valerie Watson1997-present (Linked with Roxburgh and Makerstoun and Smailholm 2000)

CAIRNS MEMORIAL CHURCH
Formerly STICHILL SECESSION CHURCH
John Hunter1739-1740
John Potts1751-1753
George Coventry1755-1794
Robert Greig1796-1802
William McLay1804-1844
Hugh Darling1845-1854
David Cairns1855-1900
Thomas MacR Napier1900-1916 (Became a United Free Church and changed name to Cairns Memorial Church 1900
Lindsay L Davidson1916-1925
James Glen1925-1928
John Stewart1929-1938 (United with Stichill Parish Church 1938)

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