NS 8687 7287 ; NS 8562 7299
1843 Slamannan Free Church 1900
1900 Slamannan United Free Church 1929
1929 Balquhatstone Church of Scotland 1961
1843: The entire Kirk Session of Slamannan resigned and the following year a Free Church opened near Pirnielodge on the north side of the railway adjacent to the public road.
1860: New building started at Balquhatstone on Station Road not far from the Culloch Burn on land donated by Mrs Waddell of Balquhatstone. Opened 4th August 1861 at a cost of £850.
1864: New building destroyed by fire although the contents, including the seats, were saved. Notwithstanding the disaster it was rebuilt the next year.
1876: Mission started at Longrigend, became a preaching station in 1882, and raised to a full charge in 1888.
1945: Union with the Parish Church.
1946: Last service in the church building which was thereafter used as a church hall.
1961: Building taken over by Stirling County Council, demolished and developed for housing. A memorial plaque to Wm Eyral moved to the session house of the Parish Church.
1840s: Manse built at the corner of New Street and Pirnielodge Road in Slamannan (NS 8568 7312).
1946: Sold being surplus to requirements.
1861: Between 500 and 600.
MINISTERS OF SLAMANNAN FREE CHURCH
|1847||Eyval, William||Apr 1861|
|Jul 1861||Tuller, William||1874|
|May 1875||Reid, Archibald||Dec 1892?|
|Jul 1892||Strathairn, George||May 1983|
|Oct 1898||Stewart, William Robert||May 1921|
|Nov 1921||Brackenridge, James Calderwood||Jun 1925|
|Apr 1925||Whyte, William MacKenzie||1928|
|Aug 1928||Duncan, Reginald||Sep 1931|
|Apr 1932||Martin, John Robson||Apr 1938|
|Dec 1938||Wilson, William Iain Girdwood||1941|
|Feb 1944||Moncrieff, Hope||Mar 1945|
Geoff B. Bailey (2016)