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"CAMBUSLANG, town and par. (consisting of a cluster of vils.) with ry. sta., N. Lanarkshire, near river Clyde, 3¾ miles SE. of Glasgow -- par., 5160 ac., pop. 9447; town, pop. 5538; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank; has weaving and coal-mining; was the scene, in 1741, of an extraordinary religious revival.

From John Bartholomew's Gazetteer of the British Isles, 1887



by Rhona Wilson
published 1996 by Richard Stenlake Publishing, Ochiltree Sawmill, The Lade, Ochiltree, Ayrshire KA18 2NX
ISBN - 1872074790


Episcopal Church of Scotland
St Cuthbert, Cambuslang, Scottish Episcopal
Presbyterian / Unitarian
Cambuslang, Church of Scotland
Roman Catholic
St Bride, Cambuslang, Roman Catholic

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Church History

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