Ford, James, Dd

Ford, James, D.D.

a Scotch clergyman, graduated from Edinburgh University, April 14, 1743; was licensed to preach November 26, 1746; ordained July 31, 1751, as minister to the congregation at Warnford; presented by the earl of Lauderdale to the living at Lauder; admitted September 27, 1753, and died September 24, 1810, aged eighty-six years. He published two single Sermons (1777-78), and An Account of the Parish of Lauder. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticanae 1:521.

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