Carmichael, John (3), Am

Carmichael, John (3), A.M.

a Scotch clergyman (son of the minister of Markinch), took his degree at the University of St. Andrews in 1650; was elected bursar the same year; ordained in May, 1661, as minister of Thursby, in England; presented by the king to the living at Traquair the same year; instituted and admitted in 1662; deposed in 1665 for declining episcopacy, when he joined the Presbyterians, and had his .share of suffering. He died at Pitteddie, in Fife, aged about thirty-six years. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticanae, 1, 257.

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