Barclay, George

Barclay, George an English Baptist minister, was born at Kilwinnihg, Ayrshire, March 12, 1774. In early life he was connected with a sect called the Antiburghers, and afterwards joined the Congregationalists. In 1803 he united with the Baptists. At the close of this year a Church was formed in his native place, which subsequently removed to the neighboring village of Irvine, of which he was chosen the pastor. After a faithful ministry of about thirty-six years, he died, at his residence in Hamilfield, July 2, 1838. See (Lond.) Baptist Hand-book, 1839, p. 21. (J. C. S.)

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