Callander, Daniel, Am
Callander, Daniel, A.M.
a Scotch clergyman, took his degree at the University of St. Andrews in 1599; became minister at South Ronaldshay and Butrray in 1610, with six hundred communicants at the former place, and one hundred at the latter. He was bitterly rebuked by bishop Graham for preaching, in general, against sin; afterwards suspended for giving ordinances to persons under discipline, and finally deposed by the bishop; yet he preached frequently in Zetland. He was still later admonished by the bishop; but dwelt at the manse, and continued in 1636. He had a testimonial of approval from his brethren in 1638, and was appointed by the synod minister at Birsay and Harray in 1639. He died May 15, 1641, aged about sixty-two years. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticane, iii, 388, 392.