Baillie, John, 1829-1891 (Free Church minister)
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Baillie genealogy, 2002-2003
Identifier: BAI 15
Scope and Contents Baillie genealogy consists of:
- 2 family trees of the Baillie family, giving the descendants of Rev John Baillie of Gairloch and of his brother, Peter.
- biographical notes on Elizabeth Catherine Gallant and Ian & Mona Anderson
Identifier: BAI 5/1
Scope and Contents Marriage certificates (church and civil) for John Baille (1829-1891) and Annie Macpherson and certificate of registry of death of John Baillie.
Identifier: BAI 5/2
Scope and Contents Letters received by John Baillie (1829-1891) on both family, personal and professional matters.
Executry documents, 1891-1894
Identifier: BAI 5/9
Scope and Contents Will and inventory of the estate of John Baillie and a discharge by Peter Baillie (his nephew) in favour of Annie Baillie.
Family photographs and postcards, c1890-c1935
Identifier: BAI 14
Scope and Contents Family photographs consist of:
- photographs of family members (John Baillie, snr., John Baillie, Florence Jewel Baillie and Ian Fowler Baillie)
- photographs and postcards of family-related locations (Gairloch, Edinburgh, Cupar and Bervie)
Identifier: BAI 5/4
Scope and Contents Family register pages [from a bible] containing the genealogy of John Baillie (1829-1891).
Minuted memorials, 1891-1894
Identifier: BAI 5/7
Scope and Contents 3 extracts from minutes of parts of the Free Church in memory of John Baillie (1829-1891).
Identifier: BAI 1/23
Scope and Contents Selection of miscellaneous notes and ephemera, including items removed by John Baillie from his pocket book on different occasions (including United States Immigrant Identification cards for himself and his wife, syllabus cards and agendas of meetings). Also includes notes on ecumenism, press cuttings and calling cards of Rev. John Baillie of Gairloch.
Identifier: BAI 5/3
Scope and Contents Notes by John Baillie (1829-1891) on theological and related matters.
Identifier: BAI 5/6
Scope and Contents Cutting of an obituary of John Baillie (1829-1891).