Cairneyhill Valuation Roll 1895

Dear blog reader Welcome to the fifth part in a series, a list of the people, with occupation where known, who were connected with Cairneyhill in 1895. In 1895, there were 106 people listed with 9 occupations comprising 5 weavers, 1 Church minister, 1 blacksmith and 2 joiners. This compares with 98 people listed inContinue reading “Cairneyhill Valuation Roll 1895”

Cairneyhill Valuation Roll 1885

Dear blog reader Welcome to the fourth part in a series, a list of the people, with occupation where known, who were connected with Cairneyhill in 1885. In 1885, there were 98 people listed with 17 occupations comprising 10 weavers, 2 Church ministers, 2 blacksmiths, 2 joiners and one farmer. . This compares with 75Continue reading “Cairneyhill Valuation Roll 1885”

Market Gardener’s Appeal

DUNDEE EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY 14 JANUARY 1927 DUNFERMLINE MAN’S LOST CASE Sheriff-Principal Fenton has issued his judgment in the appeal in the action at the instance of Alexander Beveridge, market gardener, Cairneyhill, near Dunfermline, against John Erskine, farmer, Myrend Farm, Cairneyhill. Pursuer applied for declarator and interdict against the defender, prohibiting him using the MyrendContinue reading “Market Gardener’s Appeal”

Sudden death while playing the organ

Arbroath Herald and Advertiser 29 November 1900 SUDDEN DEATH OF A WEST FIFE LADY A painful sensation was created in Cairneyhill (Fife) United Free Church on Sunday. The last hymn was being sung, and Mrs Beveridge, the wife of Mr Beveridge, farmer, Crombie, was officiating at the organ, when she suddenly fell forward. She wasContinue reading “Sudden death while playing the organ”

Fundraising at a Bazaar

Dundee Evening Telegraph 20 October 1905 A two days’ bazaar in connection with the Cairneyhill United Free Church was opened in St Margaret’s Hall, Dunfermline this forenoon by Mr Thomas Shaw, KC, MP. The purpose of the bazaar is to assist the funds of the church and raise sufficient funds to carry out much neededContinue reading “Fundraising at a Bazaar”