Cook, Henry David

Cook, Henry David a Scotch clergyman, son of the professor of moral philosophy in St. Andrews, was born February 24, 1791. He took his degree at the University of St. Andrews; was licensed to preach in 1813, and presented to the living at Kilmany in 1815. He died September 19, 1857. He was well acquainted with the history of the Church, and with all its schisms and controversies. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticanae, 2:499.

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