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SPRINGBURN [parish] Springburn Parish Springburn Parish Springburn Parish Springburn Parish Springburn Parish Summons of Erection & Disjunction Revd[Reverend J. Arthur Mr Robertson. Poor Law Inspector John Hay Registrar & Schoolmaster Sheriff's Returns 006; 007 This parish was, in May 1853, erected & disjoined from the Barony Parish of Glasgow; under the provisions of the Act 7th & 8th Victoria Cap. 444 entitled, "An Act to facilitate the disjoinng or dividing of extensive or populous parishes & the erecting of new parishes in that part of the United Kingdom called Scotland: And it is further enacted (Sect 6th) And whereas, in some large & populous parishes, which it may be considered necessary or proper to divide into two or more parishes, there are a number of poor persons, the greater portion of whom reside in or near the same locality, such locality being sometimes the least wealthy, whereby the particular territorial divisions of such large & populous parish, which would be most advantageous in other respects, would operate injuriously or unjustly if such of the new parishes into which it may be divided was left to provide from its own resources for that portion of the poor of the original parish resident within the territory of such new parish; be it enacted, that it shall be lawful for the Lords & Council of Session, if they see cause so to do in any judgement to be by them pronounced dividing or disjoining a parish, to declare & provide , that, nothwithstanding such division or disjunction, the original parish, & the several (new or separate parished thereby erected witin the bounds thereof, shall, in so far as regards the support & management of the poor, & all matters connected therewith, remain & be regarded as one parish."
Those parts of the Barony Ph[Parish] of Glasgow between Springburn & Maryhill are the lands of the Milton Estate, which, on the erction of this Ph[Parish] were excluded to avoid oppositions from the proprietor W.T. T. Craword Esqr[Esquire]. A great portion of this parish is within the Royal Burgh of Glasgow & Springburn & Balgray Brae villaged are the only ones in the parish of any importance.

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"There are no detached portions of this parish - On the N [north] fo the parish- abuttingon the parish boundary are 3 portions of the parish of Barony." a further note has been crossed out.

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