Cloggie, William, a Scotch clergyman, took his degree at Edinburgh University in 1603; was appointed to the second charge at Elgin in 1607; transferred to Inveravon in 1608; to Inverness in 1620, and retained the revenues till the synod of 1624 compelled his dismissal. He removed, but in 1640 a complaint was lodged against him, and, considering himself ill-used, he resigned, and settled at Spynie in 1647. He died Dee. 28, 1659, aged about seventy- seven years, leaving a son, Alexander, who received a nominal chaplaincy from James VI in 1618. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticanae, 3:153, 172, 221,253.