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Rock Rider: St Conval and his Church at Inchinnan by our Historical Consultant Gilbert Markus.Β  Gilbert has surveyed the historical evidence for the medieval church, the cult of its saints – first, Finnian, then Conval and the church’s place in wider political events. His findings rather challenge some of our earlier assumptions.

Available via Bill McCallum, messaging this page or by email ihig597@hotmail.com.

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Inchinnan Historical Interest GroupTuesday, August 21st, 2018 at 9:14pm

See the website for our new 2018/19 meetings schedule!

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Inchinnan Historical Interest Group shared Glasgow Live's post.Saturday, July 28th, 2018 at 7:56pm

Those hung and burned were victims of a widespread hysteria in Scotland during the 17th century – fuelled by the fear of Satan and the occult.


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