Duncan, Andrew, Dd

Duncan, Andrew, D.D.

a Scotch clergyman, son of Patrick, minister at Tibbermore; was licensed to preach in July 1778; presented to the living at Auchterarder, and ordained September 6, 1781; elected Presbytery clerk in November, 1784, which office he held to January 3, 1792; transferred to Ratho February 1, 1803; elected principal clerk to the General Assembly May 21, 1807; elected moderator to the General Assembly in May 1824, and died July 29, 1827, aged seventy-one years. He published, The Benefits of Christianity, a sermon (Edinb. 1806): — An Account of Auchterarder. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticanae, 1:141; 2:748.

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