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Lindsay, Alexander, of Evelicklocked

(c. 1561–1639)
  • David Stevenson


Lindsay, Alexander, of Evelick (c. 1561–1639), bishop of Dunkeld, was the second son of John Lindsay of Evelick, in Kilspindie, Perthshire, and inherited Evelick as his elder brother was ousted from the succession. After studying at the University of St Andrews and teaching as a regent at ...

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