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  • Bill Barber

    George Gillespie Scottish Presbyterian theologian

  • Tom (T.Roy) Burkey

    In 1613 the cleric George Gillespie was born. A leader of the Church of Scotland, Gillespie negotiated with the Church of England for the freedom of the Scottish Church to diverge from Anglican doctrine and worship. Gillespie died in December 1648.

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