Alison, Archibald (1757–1839), Scottish Episcopal clergyman and writer on aesthetics, was born in Edinburgh, the son of Archibald Alison (1730–1794), lord provost of the city, originally of Newhall, Coupar Angus, and Margaret Harte (d. 1811), of Listerick, near Edinburgh. Alison was educated at ...
Maker William Walker
Brown, George (c. 1650–1730), arithmetician and minister of religion, may be identifiable with the George Brown who attended the University of Aberdeen from 1664, graduating MA in 1668. He married Elspeth Anderson in Edinburgh on 13 January 1674, when he was described as a mathematician. Some time between 1682 and 1684 he became minister at ...
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Bruce, James (c. 1765–1806), journalist and Church of England clergyman, was born in the county of Forfar. In 1777 he began studying at the University of St Andrews, and in 1785 he matriculated from Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He graduated BA in 1789, and took orders in the ...
Calder, Robert (1659/60–1723), Scottish Episcopal clergyman and writer, was a native of Moray and a near relative of Sir James Calder of Muirton (d. 1711). After matriculating at King's College, Aberdeen, in 1674, aged fourteen, he graduated MA in 1678. In 1684 he was ordained by ...
Cockburn, Patrick (1678–1749), Scottish Episcopal clergyman, was the eldest son of John Cockburn (1652–1729), Church of Scotland minister, and his wife Anna (d. 1695), daughter of Alexander Garden, a leading cleric of the diocese of Aberdeen. Patrick was born at Udny, Aberdeenshire...
Jeffrey R. Smitten
Cordiner, Charles (1746
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Cordiner, James (1775–1836), Scottish Episcopal clergyman in Ceylon and India, was born probably in Banff, one of eight children of the Episcopalian minister and antiquary Charles Cordiner and his wife, Jean Shand. He was educated locally, and then at King's College, Aberdeen, where he graduated MA in 1793. In 1797, while still a divinity student, he was appointed to superintend the ...
Forbes, George Hay (1821–1875), Scottish Episcopal clergyman and liturgical scholar, was born on 4 August 1821 in York Place, Edinburgh, the ninth child in a family of four sons and six daughters of John Hay Forbes, later Lord Medwyn (1776–1854), judge of the ...
Fraser, James (1634–1709), Scottish Episcopal clergyman and traveller, was, according to his own account, born on 1 January 1634, almost certainly in Kirkhill, 7 miles to the west of Inverness (Fraser, Chronicles, 268). He was one of twenty-four children of the ...