Duncan MacGregor

MacGREGOR, Duncan. b. Fort Augustus, Inverness-shire, 18 September 1854; d. Inverallochy, near Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, 8 October 1923. He attended the University of Aberdeen in the years 1870-71 and 1873-74, but did not take a degree. He was a ‘missioner’ in parts of Scotland, including the Orkney Islands, before becoming minister of Inverallochy from 1881 until his death. He became an authority on the early Scottish church, publishing Early Scottish Worship: Its General Principles and Leading Details (1896), and editing the 15th-century Rathen Manual (1905). He was active in the celebrations of the 1300th anniversary of the death of St Columba*, and he published Saint Columba. A...

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