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Rev William Carstairs (1649 - 1715)

Information source: Minister of St. Giles, 2nd Charge. KINSHIP: Eldest son. EDUCATION: Edinburgh; Utrecht. OCCUPATION: Principal of Edinburgh University, 1703. CHURCH: Returned to Holland a...

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James Robertson, Min. of Whittinghame (1837 - d.)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. I, page 427

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John Drysdale, Min. of The Tron, Edinburgh (1718 - 1788)

Biographical Summary DRYSDALE, JOHN . 29/04/1718-16/06/1788. Ref: 449. Male. Titles and British Honours: Very Rev. Place of Birth: Kirkcaldy, Fife. Place of Death: Princes Street, Edinburgh. ...

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Rev. Herbert Story (1835 - 1907)

Robert Herbert Story (1835-1907) was Professor of Ecclesiastical History at the University of Glasgow from 1886 to 1898 and Principal from 1898 until his death in 1907. A memorial window was installe...

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James Bisset, Min. of Bourtrie (1795 - 1872)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. VI, page 150

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David Paul, Min. of Robertson Memorial, Edinburgh (1845 - d.)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. I, page 88

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John Erskine, 5th Laird of Dun (c.1509 - 1589)

John Erskine of Dun (1509 – 1591) was a Scottish religious reformer. The son of Sir John Erskine, Laird of Dun, he was educated at King's College, University of Aberdeen. At the age of twenty-...

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James Montgomery Campbell, Min. of St Michael's, Dumfries (1859 - d.)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. II, page 268

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Theodore Marshall, Min. of Caputh and Logie Mached (1843 - 1909)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. IV, page 148

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Donald Macleod, Min. of The Park Parish, Glasgow (1831 - 1916)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. III, page 471

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Paton James Gloag, Min. of Galashiels (1823 - 1906)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. II, page 179

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John Pagan, Min. of Bothwell (1830 - 1909)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. III, page 232

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Marshall Buchanan Lang, Min. of Whittingehame (1868 - 1954)

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John Marshall Lang, Principal of University of Aberdeen (1834 - 1909)

John Marshall Lang CVO was a Church of Scotland minister and author. He was born into an eminent ecclesiastical family on 14 May 1834 and educated at Glasgow University. He was Minister at Aberdeen...

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John Cunningham, Principal of St Mary's College (1819 - 1893)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. VII, page 424

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John Brown, Min. of Bellahouston (1850 - 1919)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. III, page 396

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Archibald Scott, Min. of St George's, Edinburgh (1837 - 1909)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. I, page 107

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John Rankine, Min. of Sorn (1816 - 1885)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. III, page 69

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George Milligan, Prof. of Biblical Criticism (1860 - d.)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. VII, page 405

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William Milligan, Prof. of Biblical Criticism (1821 - 1893)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. VII, page 376

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George Cook, Min. of Borgue (1812 - 1888)

Biographical Summary George Cook , born 11th June 1812, son of George C, D.D., min. of Laurencekirk, afterwards Professor of Moral Philosophy, Univ. of St Andrews, educated at Laurencekirk and Univ. ...

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James Sellar, Min. of Aberlour (1812 - 1886)

Biographical Summary " James Sellar , born Keith, 20th Feb. 1812, son of Thomas S., shoemaker, and Rachel Robertson ; educated at Keith Academy and King's College, Aberdeen M.A. (March 1837), and St ...

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Prof. Samuel Trail (1806 - 1887)

Biographical Summary " Samuel Trail , born Udny, 31st May 1806, son of a farmer ; educated at Udny School and King's College, Aberdeen ; M.A. (March 1825) ; tutor to the family of Lord Arbuthnott; li...

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John Cook, Min. of Haddington (1807 - 1874)

Biographical Summary John Cook , born 12th Sept. 1807, eldest son of George C, D.D., min. of Laurencekirk (afterwards Professor of Moral Philosophy at St Andrews) ; educated at Laurencekirk Parish Sc...

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Thomas Wilkie, Min. of Canongate (1645 - 1711)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. I, page 25

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Prof. John Cook (1807 - 1869)

Biographical Summary " John Cook , born 1st Sept. 1807, son of John C, D.D., Professor of Biblical Criticism, Univ. of St Andrews ; educated at Univ. there; M.A. (1823); app. factor to St Mary's Coll...

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James Maitland, Min. of Kells (1797 - 1872)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. II, page 413

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Matthew Leishman (1794 - 1874)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. III, page 413

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Thomas Leishman, Min. of Linton (1825 - 1904)

The Book of Common Order of the Church of Scotland : commonly known as John Knox's liturgy, and the Directory for the public worship of God, agreed upon by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster / with...

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John Tulloch, Principal of St Mary's College (1823 - 1886)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. VII, page 423

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Rev Alexander Hill (1785 - 1867)

Information source: Professor of Divinity at Glasgow. EDUCATION: St. Andrews University; Master of Arts, 1804; Doctor of Divinity, St. Andrews, 1828. EDUCATION: In his travels he was partly a tutor...

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Rev. Henry Duncan (1774 - 1846)

The Rev. Henry Duncan (1774 - 1846) "Father of Savings Banks," would have earned a place in history even without his efforts to save the Ruthwell Cross. He was also a leading geologist, antiquarian and...

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David Welsh, Prof. of Church History, Edinburgh University (1793 - 1845)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. VII, page 390

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Reverend Doctor Angus Mackellar (1780 - 1859)

REVEREND DOCTOR ANGUS MACKELLAR (1780-1859) [Legacies of British Slave-ownership] Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. I, ...

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Very Rev. William Muir, Min. of St Stephen's (1787 - 1869)

Biographical Summary Muir, William . 11/10/1787-23/06/1869. Ref: 1117. Male. Titles and British Honours: Very Rev. Place of Birth: Glasgow. Place of Death: Ormelie, Murrayfield, Edinburgh. ...

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Matthew Gardiner, Min. of Bothwell (1776 - 1865)

Biographical Summary " Matthew Gardiner , born Glasgow 18th. Aug. 1776, eldest son of James G. ; educated at the Grammar School and Univ. of Glasgow ; Ml. (1793) ; licen. by Presb. of Hamilton 9th Ma...

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Norman Macleod, Min. of Inverness (1838 - 1911)

Biographical Summary MACLEOD, NORMAN . 07/06/1838-11/12/1911. Ref: 991. Male. Titles and British Honours: Very Rev. Profession: Minister of Religion. Appointments Held: Minister of St Stephen...

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John Macleod, Min. of Morvern (1801 - 1882)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. IV, page 118

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Norman Macleod, Min. of The Barony, Glasgow (1812 - 1872)

Wikipedia contributors. " Norman Macleod (1812–1872) ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation...

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George Fielden MacLeod, Baron MacLeod of Fuinary, Bt MC (1895 - 1991)

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William Robinson Pirie, Principal of University of Aberbeen (1804 - 1885)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. VII, page 379

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Lewis William Forbes, Min. of Borham (1794 - 1854)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. VI, page 338

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Rev. James Oswald (1703 - 1793)

Biographical Summary James Oswald , born 23rd July 1703, son of George O., min. of Dunnet ; licen. by Presb. of Caithness 9th March 1726; ord. to Dunnet 30th Aug. 1726; pres. by David Smyth of Methve...

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John Paul, Minister of St. Cuthbert's (1795 - 1873)

Biographical Summary John Paul , born 12th March 1795, son of William P., min. of St Cuthbert's, and nephew of preceding ; educated at High School and Univ. of Edinburgh ; licen. by Presb. of Edinbur...

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Andrew Ranken, Min. of Ramshorn (1755 - 1827)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. III, page 439

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Thomas Jackson Crawford, Professor of Divinity, Edinburgh (1812 - 1875)

Biographical Summary CRAWFORD, THOMAS JACKSON . ?-11/10/1875. Ref: 367. Male. Titles and British Honours: Very Rev. Place of Birth: St Andrews, Fife. Place of Death: Genoa, Italy. Professio...

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John Currie, Min. of Oldhamstocks (b. - 1720)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. I, page 370

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Pearson Mcadam Muir, Min. of Glasgow Cathedral (1846 - 1924)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. III, page 459

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James Chrystal, Min. of Auchinleck (1807 - 1901)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. III, page 4 Auchinleck Manse - from "Footsteps of Dr Johnson", p228. "The manse still s...

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James Gillespie, Principal of St Mary's (1722 - 1791)

Biographical Summary GILLESPIE, JAMES . ?-02/06/1791. Ref: 595. Male. Titles and British Honours: Very Rev. Profession: Minister of Religion,Theologian. Appointments Held: Licensed Church of ...

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Patrick Forbes, Min. of Old Machar (1776 - 1847)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. VI, page 23

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Alexander Carlyle, Min. of Inveresk (1722 - 1805)

Biographical Summary CARLYLE, ALEXANDER . 26/01/1722-25/08/1805. Ref: 277. Male. Titles and British Honours: Very Rev. Place of Birth: Prestonpans, East Lothian. Place of interment: Inveresk ...

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Robert Paton, Min. of Renfrew (1690 - 1768)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. III, page 187

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Duncan Macfarlan, Min. of Drymen (1771 - 1857)

Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. IV, page 458

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George Cook, Min. of Laurencekirk (1772 - 1845)

Biographical Summary Cook, George . ?-13/05/1845. Ref: 345. Male. Titles and British Honours: Rev. Place of Birth: Fife. Place of Death: St Andrews, Fife. Place of interment: St. Regulus Ch...

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Duncan Mearns, Min. of Tarves (1779 - 1852)

Biographical Summary " Duncan Mearns , born 28th Aug. 1779, son of Alexander M., min. of Cluny ; educated at Marischal College; M.A. (1795); licen. by Presb. of Kincardine O'Neil 27th June 1799; ord....

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John Campbell, Min. of Tolbooth (1758 - 1828)

Biographical Summary " John Campbell , born Glasgow, 24th May 1758, son of Daniel C, merchant ; educated at Grammar School and Univ. of Glasgow; licen. by Presb. of Glasgow 1st Aug. 1781 ; chaplain t...

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Prof. John Cook (1771 - 1824)

Biographical Summary " John Cook , born 24th Nov. 1771, eldest son of John C, Professor of Moral Philosophy, St Andrews; educated at Univ. of St Andrews; M.A. (1788) ; licen. by the Presb. there 19th...

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Rev Hugh Meiklejohn, Min. of Abercorn (1765 - 1831)

Biographical Summary " Hugh Meiklejohn , born 1765, only son of Hugh M. of Saline-Shaw, min. in Carolina ; educated at Univ. of Glasgow; licen. by Presb. of Dunfermline 27th Aug. 1788; pres. by James...

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James Sheriffs, Min. of St Nicholas (1752 - 1830)

Biographical Summary James Sheriffs , born 1752, son of David S., builder, Aberdeen, and Jane Lunan, and brother of Andrew S., the poet ; educated at Marischal College ; MA. (1770); became a master i...

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Joseph McCormick, Principal of United College of St Salvator and St Leonard, St Andrews (1733 - 1799)

Information source: Principal of United College, St. Andrews. EDUCATION: St. Andrews University; Master of Arts 1750; Doctor of Divinity, St. Andrews, 1766. EDUCATION: Became tutor in the famil...

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John Inglis, Min. of Old Greyfriars, Edinburgh (1762 - 1834)

Biographical Summary " John Inglis , born 1762, youngest son of Harry I., min. of Forteviot ; educated at Univ. of Edinburgh ; licen. by Fresb. of Perth 28th Sept. 1785; ord. to Tibbermore 20th July ...

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George Husband Baird MP (1761 - 1840)

"Scotland, Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950," George Baird, 1761 name: George Baird gender: Male baptism/christening date: 27 Jul 1761 baptism/christening place: , BO'NESS, WEST LOTHIAN, SCOTLA...

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William Greenfield, Min. of St Giles, Edinburgh (b. - 1827)

Biographical Summary " William Greenfield , son of Capt. 1787 John G. and Grizel Cockburn ; M.A. (Edinburgh, 7th April 1778); ord. to Wemyss 6th Sept. 1781 ; trans, to St Andrew's, Edinburgh, 25th No...

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Thomas Hardy of Navitie, Min. of West St. Giles (1748 - 1798)

Biographical Summary " Thomas Hardy, of Navitie , born 1747, son of Henry H., min. of Culross ; educated at Univ. of Edinburgh ; licen. by Presb. of Kirkcaldy 16th Feb. 1772; ord. to Ballingry 16th J...

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Very Rev Andrew Hunter of Barjarg (1743 - 1809)

Biographical Summary Hunter of Barjarg, Andrew . ?-22/04/1809. Ref: 773. Male. Titles and British Honours: Very Rev. Place of Birth: Edinburgh. Place of Death: New Street, Edinburgh. Place ...

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Rev George Hill, Min. of St Andrews (1750 - 1819)

Extensive biography and source of portrait are here: ) In 1782, he married Harriet Scott, daughter of Alexander Scott, an Edinburgh merchant and magistrate who had retired to St Andrews. Her portrait...

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Robert Liston, Min. of Aberdour (1730 - 1796)

Biographical Summary " Robert Liston , born 22nd March 1730, son of preceding; began to attend school 11th Feb. 1735, and matriculated as a student in the Univ. of Edinburgh 13th Oct. 1743 ; licen. b...

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Sir Henry Wellwood Moncrieff, 8th Baronet, Minister of St Cuthberts (1750 - 1827)

Biographical Summary " Sir Henry Moncrieff Wellwood, eighth Baronet of Tullibole , born 6th Feb. 1750; eldest son of Sir William Moncrieff, Bart., min. of Blackford; educated at Univ of Glasgow and E...

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James Brown, Min. of New North Parish, Edinburgh (1724 - 1786)

Biographical Summary " James Brown , bapt. 17th Dec. 1724, youngest son of John B., min. of Abercorn ; educated at Univ. of Edinburgh ; M.A. (27th April 1742) ; licen. by Presb. of Perth 23rd July 17...

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David Shaw, Min. of Coylton (c.1719 - 1810)

Biographical Summary David Shaw , third son of Alexander S. min of Edinkillie ; licen. by Presb. of Forres 10th Nov. 1743; pres. by George II. 12th July 1748 ; ord. 29th June 1749; D.D. (St Andrews, ...

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Gilbert Hamilton, Min. of Cramond (1715 - 1772)

Biographical Summary Gilbert Hamilton , born 16th May 1715, son of William H. above mentioned ; educated at Univ. of Edin. ; licen. by Presb. of Dalkeith 7th Sept. 1736; pres. by John, Earl of Ruglen...

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John Hamilton, Min. of St Mungo's (1713 - 1780)

Biographical Summary John Hamilton , bapt. 8th Sept. 1713, son of John H., min. of Blackfriars Parish ; educated at Univ. of Glasgow ; ord. to the Barony 8th Sept. 1737; pres. by George II. 20th Dec....

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William Robertson, Min of Old Greyfriars MP (1721 - 1793)

William Robertson William RobertsonBorn: 19-Sep-1721 Birthplace: Borthwick, Mid Lothian, Scotland Died: 11-Jun-1793 Location of death: Edinburgh, Scotland Cause of death: unspecified Gender: Male R...

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Thomas Turnbull, Min. of Borthwick (1701 - 1786)

Biographical Summary " Thomas Turnbull , born 27th 1?34 Sept. 1701, son of George T., min. of Tynninghame ; licen. by Presb. of Dunbar 25th March 1724 ; ord. to Greenlaw 3rd Aug. 1725; called 24th De...

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William Leechman of Auchencairn, Principal of Glasgow University (1706 - 1785)

Biographical Summary William Leechman [or Leishman] [his original signature] of Auchencairn, Cadder, born 1706, son of William L., farmer, Roberton, Dolphinton, Lanarkshire [who, when a youth, had ta...

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Robert Hamilton, Min. of Old Greyfriars (1707 - 1787)

Biographical Summary Hamilton, Robert . 19/05/1707-03/04/1787. Ref: 686. Male. Titles and British Honours: Very Rev. Place of Birth: Manse of Cramond, Edinburgh. Place of interment: Buccleuch...

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Rev. Dr. Alexander Webster (1708 - 1784)

Dr. Alexander Webster (1708-84), was the eminent Edinburgh clergyman, Minister of the Tolbooth Kirk, sometime Moderator of the General Assembly and occasional poet. Biographical Summary Alexander W...

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Patrick Cumming, Min. of Old Kirk (1695 - 1776)

Biographical Summary Patrick Cumin [Cuming] , born 1695, eldest son of Robert C. of Relugas ; M.A. (Edinburgh, 4th May 1716) ; chaplain to Lord Justice-Clerk Grange ; licen. by Presb. of Dalkeith 5th...

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George Wishart, Min. of Tron Parish, Edinburgh (1703 - 1785)

Biographical Summary " George Wishart , son of preceding; 1730 educated at Univ. of Edinburgh ; M.A. (27th May 1719); licen. by Presb. of Edinburgh 27th April 1725; ord. to St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, ...

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Robert Kinloch, Min. of St Giles (b. - 1756)

Biographical Summary Robert Kinloch , M.A. (St Andrews, 7th May 1706); studied at St Leonard's College; licen. by Presb. of Dundee and Forfar 3rd Oct. 1711; called to Third Charge, Dundee, 22nd June,...

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William Wishart, Min. of Tron Parish, Edinburgh (b. - 1753)

Biographical Summary " William Wishart (secundus), son of William W., min. in 1707 ; educated at Univ. of Edinburgh; min. of the Scots Church, Founder's Hall, London; elected Principal of the Univ. o...

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Neil Campbell (1676 - 1761)

Biographical Summary Neil Campbell , born 1678, son of Major John C, of the Clenary family ; educated by his uncle, Patrick C, min. of Glenaray ; licen. by Presb. of Argyll 21st June 1701; ord. to Ki...

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James Bannatine, Min. of Trinity College Church (c.1674 - 1756)

Biographical Summary James Bannatine , educated at Univ. of Edinburgh ; tutor in the family of Robert Dundas, Lord Arniston ; licen. by Presb. of Dalkeith 26th Oct. 1703: ord. to Whittingehame 19th J...

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Lauchlin McIntosh of Dalmunzie, Min. of Errol (c.1690 - 1744)

Biographical Summary " Lauchlin McIntosh of Dalmunzie , only son of John M. of Dalmunzie ; educated at Univ. of St Andrews ; M.A. (3rd May 1710); licen. by Presb. of Dunkeld 16th March 1714 ; ord. to...

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Alexander Anderson, Min. of St Andrews (c.1676 - 1737)

Biographical Summary " Alexander Anderson , son of John A., Principal of St Leonard's College; educated at Univ. of St Andrews; M.A. (23rd July 1697); licen. by Presb. there 22nd Feb. 1700; ord. to K...

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John Gowdie, Min. of Earlston (1682 - 1762)

Biographical Summary " John Gowdie , born 1682, son of John G., min. of Sprouston ; educated at Univ. of Edinburgh ; M.A. (30th April 1700); licen. by Presb. of Kelso 27th Jan. 1702 ; ord. to Earlsto...

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James Alston, Min. of Dirleton (1679 - 1733)

Biographical Summary " James Alston , born 1679, son of 1703 James A., merchant, Edinburgh ; M.A. Edinburgh, 28th July 1697); licen. by Presb. of Edinburgh 15th July 1702 ; app. by the Town Council o...

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Thomas Black, Min. of Perth (b. - 1739)

Biographical Summary Thomas Black , educated at Univ. of Glasgow ; licen. by Presb. of Cupar 9th July 1695 ; ord. to Strathmiglo 12th Sept. 1695 ; trans, to Wemyss 14th Oct. 1697; trans, to Second Ch...

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William Hamilton, Min. of Cramond (1669 - 1732)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary " William Hamilton (1669–1732) was a Scottish Presbyterian theologian and minister of the Church of Scotland. He was Professor of Divinity at the University of E...

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John Stirling, Principal of Glasgow University (1654 - 1727)

Biographical Summary " John Stirling , bapt. 18th Aug. 1654, son of John S., min. of Kilbarchan ; educated at Univ. of Glasgow ; licen. by Presb. there 12th Feb. 1690 ; ord. to Inchinnan 7th May 1691...

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William Wishart, Min. of Tron Parish, Edinburgh (1660 - 1729)

Biographical Summary " William Wishart , born 1660, son of William W., min. of Kinneil ; educated privately and at the Univs. of Edinburgh and Utrecht ; M.A. (Edinburgh 1680). Returning from Holland,...

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David Williamson, Min. of St Cuthbert's (c.1634 - 1706)

Biographical Summary " David Williamson , M.A., formerly in Collegiate Charge ; was denounced as a rebel 6th July 1674, for holding conventicles, and intercommuned 6th Aug. 1675. After the final Indu...

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David Blair, Minister at Old Kirk (1637 - 1710)

Biographical Summary " David Blair , born 1637, eldest son of Robert B., min. of St. Andrews, and his second wife, Katherine Montgomerie of Braidstane, daugh. of Viscount Montgomerie of Airds; educat...

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Patrick Simson, Min. of Renfrew (1628 - 1715)

Biographical Summary " Patrick Simson , born 2nd Oct. 1628, son of Adam S., min. of New Abbey ; educated under his cousin, George Gillespie, min. of St Giles', Edinburgh, and was four years tutor in ...

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Rev George Gillespie (1613 - 1648)

George Gillespie was born at Kirkcaldy, where his father, John Gillespie, was parish minister, and studied at St. Andrews University as a "presbytery bursar". On graduating he became domestic chaplain ...

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Robert Blair, Min. of St Andrews (1593 - 1666)

Biographical Summary " Robert Blair , born Irvine 1593, sixth son of John B. of Windyedge, a merchant-adventurer and cadet of Blair, and Beatrix Mure of the Rowallan family; educated at Univ. of Glas...

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Robert Douglas, Min. of Pencaitland (b. - 1674)

Biographical Summary Robert Douglas , son of Robert, an illegitimate son of Sir George D. of Lochleven, brother of William, fifth Earl of Morton. Educated at Univ. of St Andrews ; M.A. (1614) ; licen...

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Andrew Ramsey, Min. of Greyfriars and Old Kirk (1574 - 1659)

Biographical Summary "RAMSAY, ANDREW (1574–1659), Scottish divine and Latin poet, born in 1574, was son of David Ramsay of Balmain, Kincardineshire, and Katherine Carnegie, of the house of Kin...

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Reverend David Dickson of Busby (1583 - 1662)

REVEREND ROBERT DICKSON OF BUSBY (1583-1662) Biographical Summary Reverend David Dickson of Busby was born in Glasgow in 1583, the son of John Dickson, a wealthy merchant of the Trongate, was at fi...

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