Clayhillis, Andrew

Clayhillis, Andrew, a Scotch clergyman, was admitted to the living at Monifienh in 1569; transferred to Jedburgh before 1574, where he had four other places in charge; appointed visitor to the bounds of Teviotdale the same year, and was a member of twelve assemblies between 1574 and 1589; Was at the head of the synod when they signed a declaration of unity in 1586. was transferred to Eckford in 1593; was a member of the General Assembly in 1596, and transferred to Monifieth, his first charge, in 1599; was a member of the Assembly in 1602; was presented by the king to the living at Monifieth in 1614; and died March 23, 1617, aged seventy years. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticance, i, 479, 494;. iii, 723.

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