1-10 of 10 results  for:

  • Presbyterian x
  • Christian: Catholic - clergy x
Clear all

Article

Ballantine [Bannatyne], William (1617/18–1661), Roman Catholic priest, was probably born at North Berwick, Haddingtonshire, the second son of Thomas Ballantine (or Bannatyne; b. c.1574, d. in or before 1639), Church of Scotland minister, and Margaret Cockburn, his wife. From 1621 his father was minister of ...

Article

Barclay, Robert (1611/12–1682), Roman Catholic priest and college head, was born probably in Kincardineshire, the youngest of the four sons of David Barclay (1580–1660) of Mathers and Elizabeth Livingston, daughter of Sir John Livingston of Dunnipace. He graduated MA from Aberdeen University in 1633. After conversion to Roman Catholicism, ...

Article

Brown, Gilbert (d. 1612), abbot of Sweetheart and Roman Catholic priest, was the son of Richard Brown (d. in or after 1546) and his wife, Elizabeth Lindsay (d. in or after 1577), of Carsluith. He was professed as a Cistercian monk at ...

Article

Clappertoun, George (d. 1574), Roman Catholic priest and royal official, first appears in the records as a witness in 1531 at Stirling (Thomson, 3.1029), and was appointed to the parish of Duchale in Moray in 1532. Prior to that point, there is no trace. His parents and family are unknown, and he does not appear in any of the Scottish university records. In fact, he appears only as ...

Article

Goter [Gother], John (d. 1704), Roman Catholic priest and religious writer, was born in Southampton, his parents reputedly 'rigid presbyterians'. He was educated 'in a well-populated town at the foot of the pulpit', being 'indoctrinated with all the prejudices against the ...

Article

Jameson [Jamieson], John Paul (1659–1700), Roman Catholic priest and antiquary, was born in Aberdeen, the son of John Jameson, trader, and his wife, Joanna Blackburn (d. 1680). The family was of some note, as in 1684 their daughter Jane married the city provost's son. Having been converted to Catholicism, ...

Article

Munro, Robert (c. 1645–1704), Roman Catholic priest, was born in Ross-shire, the son of George Munro. After conversion to Roman Catholicism he entered the Scots College, Douai, on 17 May 1663, was at the Scots College, Paris, from February 1666 until February 1668, took the missionary oath at the ...

Article

Orchard, William Edwin (1877–1955), minister of the Presbyterian Church of England and Roman Catholic priest, was born on 20 November 1877 at Wing Road, Linslade, Buckinghamshire, the eldest child of John Orchard (d. 1899) and his wife, Fanny, née Braggins (d...

Image

Joseph Stevenson (1806–1895) by Charles Matthew, c. 1889 © National Portrait Gallery, London

Article

Stevenson, Joseph (1806–1895), historian, archivist, and Church of England clergyman, was born on 27 November 1806 at Berwick upon Tweed, the eldest son of Robert Stevenson, surgeon, and his wife, Elizabeth Wilson. He had two sisters. After his first schooling at Witton-le-Wear he entered the grammar school attached to ...