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A South-West Scotland country parish

John R Hume recounts the history of a parish church in Dumfries and Galloway.

THE council area of Dumfries and Galloway extends from the Scottish Borders in the east to the North Channel of the Irish Sea on the west. It is bounded on its southern edge by the

Solway Firth, with a series of river valleys extending into the Southern Uplands and large inlets, such as Auchencairn Bay, Kirkcudbright Bay, Wigtown Bay and Luce Bay. These split up the land-mass, making east-west land transport awkward, and sea and river navigation correspondingly significant. In prehistoric and early historic times there was a cultural and economic unity among the countries which border the Irish Sea which it is easy to forget if one just looks at a map of Scotland

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