Laurencekirk (1841)

David Moir concerned about the low state of religion in the area preached in the Town Hall and often in the open air. By and by he found himself surrounded by a little band of believers - chiefly the converts of his own labours. By autumn 1842 a congregation of 63 members was in existence plus a Sabbath School of over one hundred. 

'Scottish Congregational Magazine', 1842, pages 94-5.

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I do not know where they met.

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