Papers of John Caird, 1820-1898, theologian and Principal, University of Glasgow, Scotland 1863-c.1870

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Papers of John Caird, 1820-1898, theologian and Principal, University of Glasgow, Scotland 1863-c.1870

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University of Glasgow

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John J. Adam was a Scottish immigrant, member of Michigan legislature, holder of various state offices, regent and treasurer of the University of Michigan. From the description of [Diploma, granting to Ioannis Iohnstone Adam a degree in liberal arts] 1826 April 7. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34368441 John Baird Hunter was born in 1837 in Paisley, the son of an apothecary named William Hunter. Together with his older brother, William Munn Hunter...

Caird, John (1820-1898: theologian, Principal, University of Glasgow)

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John Caird was born in Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland, in 1820 . He was the brother of the philosopher Professor Edward Caird . John Caird was educated in Greenock and received his MA from the University of Glasgow , Scotland, in 1845 . In 1847 he was Minister at the Parish of Lady Yester's, Edinburgh, Scotland and then from 1849 at Errol, Perthshire, Scotland, where he stayed until 1857 . In 1857, he was appointed to be the minister of Park Church, Glasgow, it was also in this year...

Caird, Edward, 1835-1908

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Scottish philosopher. From the description of Autograph letters signed (54) : Glasgow, Oxford, etc., to W.A. Knight, 1875 July 20-1904 Jan. 4 and undated. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270134468 ...

Caird, John, 1820-1898

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Scottish divine. From the description of Autograph letters signed (35) : Glasgow, etc., to W.A. Knight, 1872 Jan. 22-1887 July 8 and undated. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270134439 John Caird was born in Greenock on 15 December 1820. He was the brother of the philosopher Edward Caird (1835-1908). He was educated in Greenock and in his father's engineering office before studying at Glasgow University from which he graduated in 1845. He then prepared himself for the Church a...