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Sir John Erskine, Laird of Dun () was a Scottish religious former noted for his influence in the Scottish Reformation. At the age of 21, Sir John Erskine was the cause, probably by accident, of a priest's death, and was subsequently forced to go abroad. John Erskine, –91, Scottish reformer, called Erskine of Dun. After several years on the Continent he returned to Scotland, where he introduced the study of Greek in Scottish schools. He was the friend and firm supporter of John Knox and George Wishart.
The Scots Worthies: Containing a Brief Historical Account of the Most Eminent Noblemen, Gentlemen, Ministers, and Others, who Testified Or Suffered for the Cause of Reformation in Scotland from the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century to the Year Child: John (Sir; 4th of Dun) ERSKINE Possible Child: (Miss; of DUN) ERSKINE Alternative Father of Possible Child: John (Sir; 4th of Dun) ERSKINE.
Margaret Kennedy, Marchioness of Ailsa ( - 5 January ) was a Scottish noblewoman. She was born in to John Erskine and Mary Baird. On 1 June , she married Archibald Kennedy, Lord Kennedy, who the following year succeeded as 12th Earl of et inherited the House of Dun, a Georgian house, in , and achieved the rank of Marchioness when her husband was . Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results John Erskine ( - ) Try FREE for 14 days Try FREE for 14 days How do we create a person’s profile? We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person’s Of Birth: Dundee, Forfarshire Scotland.
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Life of John Erskine of Dun, [Scoto-Britannico.]. See Article History John Erskine, (bornDun, near Montrose, Scot.—died March 12 or J ), Scottish lord of Dun and Calvinist Reformer.
Erskine came of a wealthy and powerful family. His grandfather, father, and two other near relatives were killed at the Battle of Flodden in ERSKINE, JOHN (–), of Dun, Scottish reformer, was descended from a branch of the family of Erskine of Erskine, afterwards earls of Mar, the earliest of the Dun branch being Sir Thomas Erskine, who had a charter of that barony from Robert II, dated 8 Nov.
The reformer was the son of Sir John Erskine, fifth laird of Dun, by his wife, Margaret Ruthven, countess dowager of. Erskine, John, [Subject of text] To find similar items, select the checkboxes next to the characteristics you are interested in, then select the 'Find similar' button.
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John Erskine, 1st Laird of Dun, who received the lands of Dun from his father and had a charter to them from King Robert III on 25 October Unlike his father and grandfather who held that property as an ad junct to their other possessions and did not live there, Dun became the 1st Laird's only property and his home.
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John Erskine of Dun (–) was a Scottish religious reformer. Biography Edit The son of Sir John Erskine, Laird of Dun, he was educated at King's College, University of Aberdeen. John Erskine the Laird of Dun (Porch Library) [Thomas Angus Kerr] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Thomas Angus Kerr.
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John Erskine’s most popular book is The Private Life of Helen of Troy. John Erskine (–), 15th of Dun, as a Boy William Mosman (c–) National Trust for Scotland, House of Dun. Erskine, John, –91, Scottish reformer, called Erskine of Dun. After several years on the Continent he returned to Scotland, where he introduced the study of Greek in Scottish schools.
He was the friend and firm supporter of John Knox Knox, John, ?–, Scottish religious reformer, founder of Scottish Presbyterianism.
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John Erskine of Dun has recently been pigeon-holed as a ‘Lutheran’; his patterns of thought sharply distinguished from those of his colleague, John Knox. The aim of this paper is to re-examine the theological contexts of this neglected yet crucial Scots reformer and laird.
His was a career of particular interest, combining the spheres of lairdly politics and leadership in the reformed by: 1.John Erskine Liard van Dun was born into Sir John " 4th Laird of Dun" Erskine and Lady Katherine Erskine (born Monypenny).
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John Erskine (Erskine, John, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Erskine, John,contrib.: The Bookman Anthology of Essays () (New York: G. H. Doran Co., c), ed. by John Chipman Farrar, also contrib.
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