Meikle, James (1730–1799), surgeon and religious writer, was born at Carnwath, in the upper part of Clydesdale, on 19 May 1730, the fifth child of George Meikle (d. 1748), a surgeon and druggist. James, a delicate boy, received little regular education; but he was religiously brought up by his parents, and when about sixteen years old joined the ...
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Miller, James (1812–1864), surgeon, born at the manse, Essie, Forfarshire, on 2 April 1812, was the third son of the Revd James Miller (1777–1860), and Barbara, daughter of the Revd Dr Martin, of Monimail in Fife. He was taught by his father, and in 1824 went to ...
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