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Church (parish) Church Revd. [Reverend] John Kerr
Mr. David Leighton
Mr. R.W. Dorward
031.01 A place of worship Situate in the village of Polmont. It is built in the Gothic Style of architecture with a square tower about 30 [feet] high on each of the Corners of the wall which forms the front. It was founded on the 12th May 1844 and opened for Divine Service in July 1845. It is seated for the exact number of 1011. The minister's Stipend is made up of the following - 20 Chalders half meal, half barley, with £10 for Communion elements. The glebe is about 6 Scotch acres and worth about £12 per annum. There is a graveyard attached in which there are a few monuments of a plain construction and the ruins of the old church which was in use prior to the erection of the present one. On the east side wall of the ruin there is a Sun dial Still in a good condition and apparently it has been there Since the date of its erection which was in the year 1736.

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