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1844 ROBERT WILLIAM FRASER, born Perth, 10th July 1810, son of Captain Robert F., sometime of the Household of George, Prince of Wales, and Helen Buchanan; educated at Univ. of Edinburgh; M. A. (1836); licen. by Presb. of Edinburgh 1840; ord. to Burntisland 8th Sept. 1843; trans. and adm. 21st March -1844; died 10th Sept. 1876. He marr. 25th Aug. 1828, Margaret (died 23rd Jan. 1890), daugh. of Captain Andrew Buchanan, Ringwood Lodge; County Wexford, and had issue-Margaret Olivia, born 1st Feb. 1831 (marr.:1st Dec. 1862, Charles Cadell Macdonald, D.D., min. of St Clement's, Aberdeen); Robert George, min. of St Thomas's, Leith; Thomas Thomson, born 2nd July 1836; William Henry, born 28th May 1837, died 28th Oct. 1844; Mary Gertrude, born 5th May 1838; Oswald, born 9th May 1840, died 13th May 1842; Edith, born 18th June 1843, died 16th March 1859. Publications Moriah: Sketches of the Sacred Rites of Ancient Israel (Edinburgh, 1849); The Path of Life (Edinburgh, 1851);† Leaves from the Tree of Life (Edinburgh, 1851; 2nd ed., 1852); Turkey, Ancient and Modern (Edinburgh, 1854); Elements of Physical Science (London, 1855; 3rd ed., under the title of The Handbook of Physical† Science, London, 1866); The Kirk and the Manse (Edinburgh, 1857) ; Ebb and Flow, The Curiosities and Marvels of the Seashore (London, 1860); head and hand (Edinburgh, 1861); Seaside Divinity (London, 1861); The Seaside Naturalist (London, 1868); Gladdening Streams (Edinburgh, 1868).-[Scotsman, 12th Sept. 1876; Dict. Nat. Biog.]
1876 JOHN WEBSTER, D.D.; trans. From Cameron, and adm. 28th Dec. 1876; trans. to Cramond 11th March 1884.
1884† DAVID NEIL IMRIE, born Kinrossie, Collace, son of James Imrie and Janet Strachan; educated at Balbeggie School, Perth Academy, and Univ. of Glasgow; M.A. (1867), B.D. (1870); licen. by Presb. of Perth May 1876; assistant at St Matthew's, Glasgow; ord. to North
Parish, Paisley, 1st Dec. 1870; trans. to Logie 18th Jan. 1872; trans. and adm. 19th Sept. 1884; died 14th Dec. 1891. he marr. 28th Oct. 1873, Eliza Mary Ann (died 17th May 1890), daugh. of Captain Ferguson, Irvine, and had issue-Arthur Stanley, born 24th Sept. 1874, died 6th .June 1888; Frederick William, born 17th Aug. 1876, died 20th July 1911; John Hamilton, Life Association of Scotland, born 30th Nov. 1878; Herbert Neil, born 2nd July 1881.
1892 ROBERT BLAIR, born Bullwood, Dunoon, 3rd May 1837, son of Duncan Blair and Margaret Campbell; educated at Bowmore School, Islay, and Glasgow Univ.; M.A. (1863); licen. by Presb. of Kintyre 29th Nov. 1865; assistant at Saddell, Kintyre; ord. to Tarbert, Lochfyne, 19th Sept. 1867; trans. to St Columba's, Glasgow, 6th May 1869; trans. to Cambuslang 23rd May 1882; trans. and adm. 20th July 1892; D.D. (Glasgow 1891); chaplain to Glasgow Highlanders; V.D.; chaplain to H.M. Prison, Edinburgh; died 4th Nov. 1907. He marr. 29th Oct. 1889, Flora Anne, daugh. of Duncan Cameron and Mary Brown Small (who afterwards marr. George Macaulay). Publications - Edited the Gaelic poems (with Memoir) of William Livingstone, the Islay Bard (Glasgow, 1882); translated a number of hymns into Gaelic; wrote Gaelic articles for The Gael (Glasgow, 1873-6); one of the translators of the Revised Version of the Bible into Gaelic.
1908 JOHN GAVIN DICKSON, born Rosewell, Midlothian, 23rd Aug. 1863, son of John Gavin D. and Euphemia Ramsay; educated at East Linton and Edinburgh Univ.; M.A. (1885); licen. by Presb. of Dunbar May 1888; assistant at Dalserf; ord. to Kippen 14th Aug. 1889; trans. and adm. 18th May 1908. Marr. 10th Dec. 1889, Agnes M'Allum, daugh. of Gavin Paul and Janet Annan, and has issue Eleanor Mary, born 26th Sept. 1890; Lilian Paul, born 13th Feb. 1892; Agnes Mary, born 20th July 1893; John Gavin, born 3rd April 1897; Jean Shearer Paul, born 5th Sept. 1906.