Calderwood, William (3), Am
Calderwood, William (3), A.M.
a Scotch clergyman (related to the historian), took his degree at the Edinburgh University in 1649. He was in the service of Sir Adam Hepburn, a Lord of the Session, from 1648; was licensed to preach in 1652; admitted minister al Legerwood in 1655; deprived by Act of Parliament in 1662, though he often visited the parish privately afterwards. He was restored by Act of Parliament in 1690; was a member of the General Assembly in 1692, and died June 19, 1709, aged eighty years, having earned a high reputation for sanctity of life and ministerial usefulness. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticance, i, 527, 528.