Fleming, William, Dd
Fleming, William, D.D.
a Scotch clergyman, a native of Strathaven, studied at Glasgow University; was licensed to preach April 28, 1818; became assistant in succession to the Reverend Dr. Pollock, of Govan, and Dr. Taylor, of St. Enoch's, Glasgow; was presented by George IV, in February 1826, to the living at Westruther, and ordained May 11; transferred to Old Kilpatrick in August of the same year. Having been elected professor of Oriental languages in Glasgow University, he resigned his benefice October 23, 1832, and died March 3, 1866, aged seventy-four years. See Fasti Etccles. Scoticane, 1:537; 2:362.