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... sermons, Fergusson wrote and published three expository works on the Epistles of St Paul (to the Philippians and Colossians, the Galatians and Ephesians, and the Thessalonians, respectively). As T.F. Torrance notes, under the influence...
...Binning, Hugh James VI and I, King Hugh Binning was born on the family estate of Dalvenan. He suffered from ill health throughout his life and finally succumbed to consumption in September 1653 at the age of twenty-six. He was buried in his...
...Kerr, George George Kerr, the son of George Kerr senior, a farmer with an estate at Glenbervie in the Mearns, died in Aberdeen in 1826. He won a bursary to Marischal College, Aberdeen and entered the arts course in 1786. He attended...
... of the Epistles of Paul ( Edinburgh , 1599). In Evangelium Domini Nostri lesu Christi secundum Sanctum Johannem ( Geneva , 1599). In selectos aliquot Psalmos Davidis commentarius ( Geneva , 1599). In Epistolam ad Colossenses ( Edinburgh , 1600)....
...Duncan, Mark Mark Duncan was born in Roxburghshire, most probably in 1570, the son of Thomas Duncan of Maxpoffle, Roxburghshire and Janet Oliphant, daughter of Patrick Oliphant of Snowdoun, also in Roxburghshire. He died in Saumur. While...
...Abercromby, David The exact date and place of David Abercromby’s birth, and death, are now unknown. Abercromby is thought to have died in 1702, in London or possibly in Holland. Most probably, David Abercromby belonged to the family...
...Ross, Alexander Alexander Ross was born in Aberdeen on 1 January 1591 and died in the parkhouse in Bramshill, where he had lived with his friend Sir Andrew Henley. He was buried in Bramshill, and in the church at Eversley, near Basingstoke...
...Ogston, Francis Francis Ogston was born in Aberdeen in July 1803 and died there on 25 September 1887. He was the third son of Alexander Ogston, a soap manufacturer, and was educated locally, first at Aberdeen Grammar School...
...Fletcher, Andrew Andrew Fletcher was born in Saltoun, East Lothian and died in London, one of his favourite cities, on 15 September 1716. He did not marry. He was the eldest son of Sir Robert Fletcher of Saltoun and Innerpeffer ‘a country...