Clunie, John (3)
Clunie, John (3), a Scotch clergyman, was precentor at Markinch; licensed to preach in 1784; presented to the living at Ewes in 1790; transferred to Borthwick in 1791; was also chaplain to the second regiment of Mid-Lothian Volunteer Infantry? and died April 14, 1819, aged sixty-one years. He was gifted with a powerful, musical voice, and was extremely fond of singing. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticanae i, 268, 637.