Cheisholme Alexander

Cheisholme Alexander, a Scotch clergyman, probably a son of Alexander, an- early minister at Comrie, was appointed the second -Protestant minister at Muthil-in 1576; lived with his aged mother-in-law till 1583; was transferred to Comrie before 1585, :at which place, he was the first minister of the Protestant faith, and had three other parishes in charge. He was transferred to Lecropt before 1588, to which parish he was the first Protestant clergyman, and was deposed in May, 1592,- not having the gift of exhortation -nor application, although he had fifteen days given him to. expound a text. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticase,' ii, 732, 752, 779.

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