Cheisholme, Gilbert, a Scotch clergyman, a member of the convent of the Cistercian monastery at Deer, adopted the principles of the reformation, and was appointed the first Protestant minister at Deer, in 1567, having three other parishes in charge. He was presented to the parsonage at Lunmey by the king in 1569, and to the parsonage. and vicarage of Rathin the same year. In 1574 his charge was reduced to three parishes, and in 1576 to two only. He continued in 1585. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticance, iii, 619.