M Rev. Patrick Nicolson

(PatrickNicolson)


  • Born in 1692 - Kilmuir, Isle of Skye, Inverness-shire, Scotland
  • Deceased 17 March 1761,aged 69 years old
  • Minister of Kiltarlity
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    On the side of Rev. Donald Nicolson, 12th Chief Clan Macneacail , born about 1620 - Scorrybreac, Portree, Isle of Skye, Inverness-shire, Scotland, deceased in 1697 - Kilmuir, Isle of Skye, Inverness-shire, Scotland aged about 77 years old,
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    PATRICK (REV'D), died 1761. Presbyterian Minister of Kiltarlity, in the Fraser Country. Married Grizzel Fraser , of Craigscorrie, daughter of Major James Fraser and near relative of the then Lord Lovat. Issue: Alexander (Rev'd), James (Rev'd), Malcolm (Rev'd).
    [Source: Nicholson Nicolson Compilation of Family Trees, Volume 1; Rev'd Canon Nigel Nicholson and Rosemary Kitson; The Nicholson Family Library, The Rectory, Cranleigh, Surrey GU6 8AS, Second Edition 2003; pg 44 'Nicolsons of Thurso Kiltarlity and Calcutta']
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    Rev. Patrick Nicolson was Minister of Kiltarlity which was united with the parish of Glen Convinth circa 1500.

    Kiltarlity— The church of Kiltarlity was dedicated to St Talorgan. It belonged to the Priory of Beauly. A fair of St Muireach was held at Kiltarlity. There is a mission chapel in this parish at Guisachan in Strathglass.

    Glen Convinth — The church of Glen Convinth was dedicated to St Laurence.

    PATRICK NICOLSON, born 1692, son of Donald N, min. of Kilmuir in Troternish, Skye, and cousin of Principal Robertson ; educated at Univ. of Edinburgh; M.A. (20th Feb. 1710); taught a charity school at Abertarff in 1713, in Nov. of which year he appealed for a bridge to be built across the Tarff and a schoolhouse erected ; licen. by the Presb. 11th Oct. 1715, and app. to supply vacancies at Kirkhill and Kiltarlity called 26th March, and ord. to this parish 11th Aug. 1716; in March 1717 he was forced to take legal steps to compel his predecessor's widow to surrender the manse and glebe ; in 1719 he suffered "rude and barbarous and brutal treatment" at the hands of Fraser of Culbokie who was "Porteous-rolled " at the instance of the Presb. He declined a call to Strath and Sleat 18th Sept. 1722; died 7th March 1761. He marr. 30th April 1717, Grizel (died 4th May 1777), daugh. of James Fraser of Castle Leathers, and had issue — Alexander, min. of Thurso ; Margaret; Anna ; Robert ; Jean ; Arthur, all above 16 in 1746; Grizel, bom 13th Feb. 1734 (marr. William Grant, min. of Kilmonivaig; James, min. of Halkirk, born 13th April 1739 ; Malcolm, min. of this parish. — [Acts of Ass., 1726 ; Clan Maclean.']
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    Kiltarlity
    1716
    PATRICK NICOLSON, marr. a daugh. of Hugh Fraser of Craigscorrie.
    [Source: Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae Volume 8, Ministers of the Church from date of publication of Volumes 1-7, 1914-28, to union of the Churches, 2nd October 1929, and addenda and corrigenda 1560-1949; Hew Scott, D.D.; Oliver and Boyd, Publishers, Edinburgh, 1950; pg. 652]

    Family Note

    Marriage with Grizzel Fraser

    Kiltarlity, 1716: PATRICK NICOLSON, marr. a daugh. of Hugh Fraser of Craigscorrie.

     Sources

    • Individual: [1] Nicholson, Nicolson Compilation of Family Trees, 2 volumes - Nigel Nicholson and Rosemary Kitson - Cranleigh, Surrey: The Nicholson Family Library, 2003. - vol. 01: , p. 29, "Nicolsons of Skye and Aird"; pp. 44-47, "Niccolsons of Thurso, Kiltarility and Calcutta".
      [2] Burke's Peerage, 107th ed. - Burke's Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 03 volumes - Charles Mosley, editor - Wilmington, Delaware: Burke's Peerage, Ltd., 2003. - vol. 02: p. 2547.
      [3] Hew Scott D.D., Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae, in 8 volumes (Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1915-1950); vol 06 - Synods of Aberdeen and Moray, pg. 469, "Kiltarility and Glen Convinth".
    • Spouse: Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae Volume 8, Ministers of the Church from date of publication of Volumes 1-7, 1914-28, to union of the Churches, 2nd October 1929, and addenda and corrigenda 1560-1949; Hew Scott, D.D.; Oliver and Boyd, Publishers, Edinburgh, 1950; pg. 652

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