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Evangelical Union Church, Paisley, 1848

directory entry
Evangelical Union Church — 21 New street, Alex. Fraser, officer, 31
  Calside — John M'Gown, precentor, 14 Back Sneddon.
The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) The author/originator was Fowlers Commercial Directory, 1848-49. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
  • Source Notes
      Fowlers Commercial Directory  1848-49 under Evangelical Union Church -- Old Low Church, 21 New St Paisley, he is given as church officer.

      from "History of Paisley by W.O.Metcalfe 1909:
      "The Evangelical Union Church met for the first time in 1843 in the Abercorn Rooms. Thence they removed to the Exchange Rooms and then to the Old Low Church".  Which is the one at the foot of New Street, now as the Arts Centre.

      So son Alex followed his father Alex and was a member of a dissenting Church (source: Irene Pearson, 2004)


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