Cleland, Thomas

Cleland, Thomas, a Scotch clergyman, took his degree at Glasgow University in 1725; became tutor to John Maxwell, and afterwards chaplain to lady Stewart; was licensed to preach in 1734; called to the living at Cambusnethan in 1738, and ordained in 1739; transferred to Stirling in 1763, al. died July 31,.1769, aged sixty-three years. See Fasti, Eccles. Scoticance ii, 275, 676.

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