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HUME CHURCH (Site of) Hume Church (Site of)

Hume Church (Site of)
Mr Thompson
Mr George Logan
Revd [Reverend] Mr Weir
027.07 This is the site of the old Ph. [Parish] Church of Hume, it is situated near the centre of a burying ground which is still used by the inhabitants of the parish as a place of Sepulture, altho [although] the Church has long ceased to exist; immediately adjoining is a small Glebe which is the property of the Minister of the united Phs. [Parishes] of Stitchel & Hume for the time being. The Earls of Dunbar, who were of old the Lords of the Manor originally held the patronage of this church But in the 12 Century the Monks of Kelso obtained possession, not only of the Church, but of the whole parish. I could not ascertain at which period it was destroyed.

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Parish of Hume, --Sheet 27-7 Trace 6 -- Collected by John McCabe

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