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  • Volume 5 Diocese of Dunkeld by David Oswald Hunter Blair 98945Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 5 Diocese of DunkeldDavid Oswald Hunter Blair
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 Dunkeld 8218371911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 — Dunkeld DUNKELD, a town of Perthshire, Scotland, on
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  • Gainsborough Fotheringham1892 LAUDER, THOMAS (1395–1481), bishop of Dunkeld, born in 1395, was in 1437 master of the hospital of Soltre or Soltry in
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  • RichardJames Tait‎1892 INVERKEITHING, RICHARD (d. 1272), bishop of Dunkeld, was in earlier life a prebendary of that see (Keith, Scottish Bishops
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  • 1596)Thomas Finlayson Henderson1895 PATON, JAMES (d. 1596), bishop of Dunkeld, descended from the family of Ballilisk, Kinross-shire, was ordained minister
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  • Pollard1896 RALSTON, RALESTON, or RAULSTON, JOHN (d. 1452), bishop of Dunkeld, came of a family which traced its descent from Ralph, a son of one of
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  • Diocese of Dunedin Abbey of Dunfermline Dungal Martin von Dunin Diocese of Dunkeld Bl. John Duns Scotus St. Dunstan Felix-Antoine-Philibert Dupanloup Jacques-Davy
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  • bishop of Dunkeld, was the second son of Sir William Sinclair (fl. 1266–1303) [q. v.] He succeeded Matthew de Crambreth as bishop of Dunkeld in 1312. On
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  • FraserRobertFraserFraser,_Robert18581914Scottish Roman Catholic clergyman, Bishop of Dunkeld This author wrote articles for the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia, and the
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  • 1639)Thomas Finlayson Henderson1893 LINDSAY, ALEXANDER (d. 1639), bishop of Dunkeld, was the younger son of John Lindsay of Evelick, Perthshire, member of
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  • and N.W. by Lochaber. The Highland railway bisects it diagonally from Dunkeld to the borders of Inverness-shire. It is traversed by the Grampian mountains
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  • NIEL (1727–1807), Scotch violinist and composer, was born at Inver, near Dunkeld, Perthshire, on 22 March 1727. His father was a plaid weaver, and at first
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  • the friars, offended at the innovation, denounced him to the Bishop of Dunkeld as a heretic, and one that ‘shewed the mysteries of the Scriptures to the
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  • (1616-1665)James Cooper ‎1890 HALIBURTON, GEORGE (1616–1665), bishop of Dunkeld, was the son of George Haliburton, minister of Glenisla, Forfarshire, from
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  • 760198Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 23 Guthry, Henry1890 GUTHRY, HENRY (1600?–1676), bishop of Dunkeld. [See Guthrie.]
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  • three years recommended him for the post of usher in the grammar school, Dunkeld. In two or three years afterwards the Duke of Atholl appointed him headmaster
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  • Abbey William Dunbar Abbey of Dundrennan Abbey of Dunfermline Diocese of Dunkeld Edinburgh Andrew Foreman Free Church of Scotland James Gillis St. Gregory
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  • seen in the church of Dunkeld, though much defaced, having, it is said, been destroyed by the Cameronian regiment stationed in Dunkeld in 1689. His earldom
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  • 965 Duff defeated Colin, the son of Indulph, supported by the abbot of Dunkeld and the chief of Athole at Drumcrub in Strathearn. Two years later Colin
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