Ouston (1867)



William Allison was largely the means of Mr. Gelley visiting Ouston in 1867, and the excitement created by the services was indescribable. Many of the leading blackguards in the locality turned from their evil ways, and 112 names were taken of those who desired to serve Christ.

‘Northern Primitive Methodism’ by W M Patterson, published in 1909, page 278.

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