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rector of St Mary-le-Port, Bristol, in 1842; and perpetual curate of Christ Church, Clifton, where he died, 29th Aug. 1855. He marr. 28th May 1822, Catherine Mary (died 8th Oct. 1876), daugh. of Legh Richmond, rector of Turvey, and had issue Mary Richmond, born 9th May 1823, died in 1863; Hugh Graham, born 2nd Dec. 1824; Legh Richmond, born 11th July 1826; James Wilberforce, born 19th July 1828, died 3rd Nov. 1828; Sir James, colonial judge (see Diet. Nat. Biog.), born 19th Dec. 1829, died 9th Aug. 1889; Henry, born 29th Jan. 1833; Elizabeth Agnes, born 16th April 1837; Henrietta Fanny, born 1st July 1839. Publications--Address to the Students of Divinity in the Univ. of Edinburgh (Edinburgh, 1817); A Sermon preached after the Interment of the Rev. Alexander Ranken, D.D. (Glasgow, 1827); A Sermon on Cruelty to Animals (Edinburgh, 1829); Early Piety, illustrated in the Life and Death of a Young Parishioner (Edinburgh, 1837); Letters of the late Mrs Isabella Graham, of New York [his aunt] (Edinburgh, 1839); Inward Revival (Edinburgh, 1840).-[Anderson's Sketches; Kay's Portr. i.; Memoir, by his son, 1857; Diet. Nat. Biog.]

 

1842 WILLIAM KING TWEEDIE, born Ayr, 8th May 1803, eldest son of John T. (descended from the Drumelzier family) and Janet King; educated at Univs. of Edinburgh, Glasgow, and St Andrews; licen. by Presb. of Arbroath 1828; ord. to Scots Church, London Wall, 1832; trans. to South Parish, Aberdeen, 1836; trans. and adm. 10th March 1842. Joined the Free Church 1843; app. to assist Dr Chalmers in the work of the Free Church Sustentation Fund; convener of the same 1845-7; convener of the Foreign Mission Committee of the Free Church 1848-62; D.D. (St Andrews 1852); died 24th March 1863. He marr. 11th May 1835, Margaret (died 3rd March 1885), daugh. of Hugh Bell of Old Garphor, Straiton, Ayrshire, and had issue-William, of Lettrick, born 31st Oct. 1836, Major-General, C.S.I., served in Indian Mutiny, held numerous military and political appointments in India, Political

Resident in Turkish Arabia, and H.M. Consul-General at Bagdad, died 18th Sept. 1914; John, Bengal Civil Service, born 30th July 1838, died 3rd May 1897; Maria Meredith, born 20th May 1841; Margaret Bell, born 4th Nov. 1843; Jessie Anne, born 17th Sept. 1845. Publications-Man by Nature and Grace (Edinburgh, 1850); Lights and Shadows in the Life of Faith (1852, 1857; and 5th ed., 1860, with title Pathways of many Pilgrims); A Lamp to the Path. (1853); Glad Tidings (1853); The Hand of God in War (1854); Balm from Gilead (1854); The Gospel of other Days (1854) ; Man and his Money (1855); The Early Choice (1855 and 1861); Home, a Book for the Family (1857); The Rivers and Lakes of Scripture (1857); The Peace of God in the Words of Jesus (1858); The Parables of Our Lord (1861); Daily Devotion (1861); Satan as Revealed in Scripture (1862); The Life and Works of Earnest Hen (1863); The Lakes and Rivers of the Bible (1864); The Psalms of David in Met-re (1865); Youthful Diligence (1866); Eastern 11lanners and Customs (1870); Jerusalem, Pictorial and Descriptive (1871); Environs of Jerusalem (1871).-[Disruption Worthies, private information.]

 

1844 GEORGE SMITH, born 18th Feb. 1793, son of George S., D.D., min. of Galston; educated at Glasgow Univ.; M.A. (1812); licen. by Presb. of Ayr 29th April 1818; ord. to Second Charge, Kilmarnock, 16th Sept. 1824; trans. to Penpont 16th April 1833; trans. to Tolbooth, Edinburgh, 15th Aug. 1844; D.D. (Glasgow 1854); died at Waltham Abbey, Essex, 10th June 1866. He marr. 2nd Aug. 1825, Jane (died 20th June 1873), only daugh. of David Hogarth of Hilton, Berwickshire, and had issue-George Freer, born 9th March 1827, died in India; David Hogarth, indigo planter, born 4th May 1828, died in the Mauritius, 27th May 1846; Hamilton Lee, engineer-in-chief to the Khedive of Egypt, born 25th Dec. 1829, died 1889; Beatrice, born 21st Feb., died 2nd Sept. 1831; Walter Francis Montagu, captain Royal Artillery, born 13th Sept. 1834, died in London, 1873; Sir (William) Henry, Chief

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