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TITLE
Rev MacMillan and Family
EXTERNAL ID
ULMPH_2007_1758
SOURCE
Ullapool Museum
ASSET ID
40788
KEYWORDS
clergy
clergymen
ministers
Rev MacMillan and Family

A photograph of Rev MacMillan and his wife with six of their seven children: Duncan, born 1874; Annabella, born 1876; Mary, born 1877; John, born 1879; Neil, born 1880; Ebenezer, born 1882 & Robert Alexander Cameron, born 1883. It is not clear which of the younger boys is missing from the photograph.

In 1872 became minister of the Free Church on Mill Street, Ullapool. That became the United Free Church in 1900 and MacMillan elected to join the Union with another church, the United Presbyterian Church. The majority of his congregation followed him but there were a number who couldn't conscientiously do so because the United Presbyterians were believed to hold unsound views on some basic Bible doctrines.


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Rev MacMillan and Family

clergy; clergymen; ministers

Ullapool Museum

Ullapool Museum Photographic Collection

A photograph of Rev MacMillan and his wife with six of their seven children: Duncan, born 1874; Annabella, born 1876; Mary, born 1877; John, born 1879; Neil, born 1880; Ebenezer, born 1882 & Robert Alexander Cameron, born 1883. It is not clear which of the younger boys is missing from the photograph.<br /> <br /> In 1872 became minister of the Free Church on Mill Street, Ullapool. That became the United Free Church in 1900 and MacMillan elected to join the Union with another church, the United Presbyterian Church. The majority of his congregation followed him but there were a number who couldn't conscientiously do so because the United Presbyterians were believed to hold unsound views on some basic Bible doctrines. <br /> <br /> <br /> This image may be available to purchase.<br /> For further information about purchasing and prices please email <a href="mailto: curator@ullapoolmuseum.co.uk">Ullapool Museum</a> acbdefg"