Davie, Alexander

Davie, Alexander a Scotch clergyman, studied at the University of St. Andrews; was presented by the king to the living at Inchture in 1799, and ordained in August of that year; libelled by the presbytery in 1811,-but the charge was withdrawn; the parishioners brought a new charge against him in 1812, which, after three years' litigation, was declared "not proven," in May 1815. He died September 3, 1840, aged seventy-seven years. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticanae, 3:700.

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