H. M. B. Reid – A Cameronian Apostle: being some account of John Macmillan of Balmaghie (1896) – The first minister to the United Societies since James Renwick, M’Millan helped constitute the Reformed Presbytery in 1743.
Archibald Holmes – Memorial Volume to the Rev. James Kerr, D. D. (1906) – Kerr was minister in Greenock and Glasgow.
A. L. Struthers – The life and letters of J. P. Struthers (1919) – Struthers was minister in Greenock and widely regarded as one of the greatest Scottish preachers in generations.
W. McMillan – The Baptismal Record of the Rev. John McMillan (1950) – John McMillan was the first RPCS minister. He ministered from 1706 – 1751.
Trevor McCavery (ed.) – Preachers of the Covenants (2016) – Contains biographies of Torrens Boyd (Penpont) and A. C. Gregg (Loanhead and Greenock).
William Symington (1795 – 1862)
‘Rev. William Symington, D.D.’ in Our Scottish Clergy (1853) – a ‘biographical, theological and critical’ sketch of Symington, written in 1847 when he was minister in Glasgow.
A. M. Symington – Memoir of William Symington D. D. (1795-1862) – Memoir of Rev. William Symington (Stranraer and Glasgow), by his son Alexander Macleod Symington, taken from the 1881 edition of Messiah the Prince.
‘The pulpits of the dissenting churches’ in The Scottish Pulpit (1887) – a brief introduction to William Symington by William M. Taylor, originally addressed to an American audience as the 1886 Lyman Beecher course at Yale University.
Roy Blackwood and Michael LeFebvre – William Symington: Penman of the Scottish Covenanters (2009) – A recent summary of the life and works of the famous Stranraer and Glasgow minister.