Fraser, Paul, Dd

Fraser, Paul, D.D.

a Scotch clergyman, a native of Inverness, graduated from the university and King's College, Aberdeen, April 30, 1755; was ordained by the Presbytery of Lorn, September 2, 1761, as missionary at Glencoe, from which he was removed to that of Fort William; was admitted minister of the parish of Craignish in 1765; transferred to the second charge, Inverary, May 28, 1789, admitted June 17, and died "Father of the Church," October 2, 1827, aged ninety-five years. For a time he held the chaplaincy of the 98th Foot regiment, and the 5th regiment of Fencibles. He published An Account of the Parish of Inverary. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticanae, 3:4, 6.

 
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