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Thorngrove Posted - 20 November 2011 : 11:15:02
I am looking for any information regarding the Selkirk West United Presbyterian Church built around 1880 and demolished in the early 1980s
I have copies of the plans of the church designed by John Bennie Wilson from Glasgow. The stained glass windows and any really any information or images are of particular interest.
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Malcolm Horsburgh Posted - 26 January 2012 : 07:45:11
There are a couple of references cited on the following webpage that may lead to more information:

http://www.scottisharchitects.org.uk/building_full.php?id=213241

Regards

Malcolm G. Horsburgh
Thorngrove Posted - 24 January 2012 : 04:58:38
Thank you for your reply. I will try the society as suggested. I am looking for some images of the church internally as well as externally.
Anything really is appreciated.
epfborders Posted - 21 November 2011 : 22:19:02
Hello
The only information I have is a photograph & transcription of the WW1 memorial which was installed into the parish church.

The Churches and churchyards of Selkirkshire by Dr G A C Binnie has some information on the church - unfortunately, I have mislaid my copy so can't confirm anything.

Have you tried http://www.selkirkshireantiquariansociety.co.uk ?

Elma

Elma

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