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Macarthur, Arthur Leitch (1913–2008), Presbyterian and United Reformed Church minister, was born on 9 December 1913 at 14 Ilford Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, the son of Edwin Macarthur (1881–1929), a linotype operator for the Newcastle Chronicle and session clerk for the local Presbyterian church, and his wife, ...

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Macmillan, John (1669–1753), Reformed Presbyterian church minister, the son of John Macmillan, a farmer, was born at Barncauchlaw, Minnigaff, near Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire. South-west Scotland was an area with a close attachment to the covenanter Richard Cameron, and Macmillan grew up amid strong influences towards the old Presbyterian ways, which were increasingly felt to be compromised in the settlement of 1690. While a student in the arts faculty of the ...

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Paul, John (1777–1848), Reformed Presbyterian church minister and religious controversialist, was born in January 1777 at Tobernaveen, near Antrim, where his father, John Paul, was a farmer. Having determined to become a minister of the Reformed Presbyterian body, to which his parents belonged, he entered the ...

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Symington, Andrew (1785–1853), Reformed Presbyterian (Cameronian) minister, eldest son of a Paisley merchant, was born in that town on 26 June 1785. William Symington was his brother. After attending Paisley grammar school for four years he entered Glasgow University, where he carried off first-class honours in mathematics, natural philosophy, and divinity, and graduated MA in 1803. He was destined for the ministry of the ...

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Symington, William (1795–1862), Reformed Presbyterian (Cameronian) minister, younger brother of Andrew Symington, was born at Paisley on 2 June 1795, son of a merchant of that town. From an early age he intended to be ordained, and at the age of fifteen he entered the ...