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Baird, John (d. 1804), minister of the Presbyterian General Synod of Ulster and Church of Ireland clergyman, a native of Paisley, Renfrewshire, was educated at Edinburgh University, and in 1763 was ordained by the Edinburgh presbytery for a congregation in the Isle of Man...

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Cockburn, John (1652–1729), Church of Scotland minister and Church of England clergyman, was born on 20 April 1652, the son of John Cockburn (c.1620–1658), a tailor in the Canongate, Edinburgh, and his wife, Sarah Inglis (d. 1688). In 1666 he entered ...

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Corbet, John (1603–1641), religious polemicist and Church of Scotland and Church of Ireland minister, was probably born in the Gorbals, Glasgow, the son of William Corbet, a portioner of the city. He graduated MA from Glasgow University in 1623, and as 'a Person of Good learning...

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Fall, James (1646/7–1711), university principal and Church of Scotland and Church of England clergyman, was born of unknown parents, who were related to merchants in Leith and Dunbar. He graduated MA at Edinburgh University in 1665. After serving as governor in the family of ...

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Gray, Andrew (d. 1728), Presbyterian minister and Church of England clergyman, is said to have come from Scotland but nothing further is known of his origins. He was the first minister of the nonconformist meeting established at Tintwistle in the parish of Mottram in Longdendale, Cheshire...

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Hardy, John (1679/80–1740), Presbyterian minister and Church of England clergyman, was born at Garstang, Lancashire, the son of the Revd Richard Hardy of Kirkland. He was educated at Mr Firbank's school at Kirkby Lonsdale before being admitted a pensioner at Christ's College, Cambridge...

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Methven [Methuen], Paul (d. in or before 1607), Scottish minister and Church of England clergyman, was born at Falkland in Fife. Originally a baker in Dundee, he became an early convert to protestantism. He had certainly opportunity to profit from reforming and English influences then circulating in ...

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Warr, Charles Laing (1892–1969), Church of Scotland minister and royal chaplain, was born at the manse, Rosneath, Dunbartonshire, on 20 May 1892, the younger son of the minister, the Revd Alfred Warr, himself a distinguished minister of the Church of Scotland, and his wife, ...