Warden, first Relief minister of Blairlogie. "Balirlogie....of whom little is known except that he came from Cuderston, in England, where he had presided over a Presbyterian congregation. On i6th June 1762 Messrs Gillespie, Boston, and Colier met at Blairlogie, perhaps for the first time since 22nd October 1761, when they had constituted themselves into a Presbytery at Colinsburgh. Mr Gillespie preached, and after the sermon solemnly admitted Mr Warden to his new charge. It was another unit added to their number and another congregation placed under their inspection. The session consisted at first of eight elders, but two others, probably from beyond Logic parish, were entered soon after. The place of worship, which dated from 1762, we may assumed to have been ready for the induction. Mr Warden died, 20th December 1768, in the seventh year of his ministry at Blairlogie. His widow, we find, was married in April 1770 to another Relief minister, the Rev. Thomas Scott of Auchtermuchty." "He was esteemed to be eminently pious." He came to Blairlogie from Cuderston/Cotherstone (Yorkshire?) where he was minister in the Congregational Church there from 1748. He had come there from Glasgow.