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Who is Alexander Hepburn?
Alexander Hepburn was a 16th-century Scottish cleric. He was elected as bishop of Ross on 14 May 1574, following the Church of Scotland's attempted forfeiture of the catholic bishop John Lesley.
- died in (437 years ago)
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Sir John assumed the additional surname and arms of Hepburn, on the death of Alexander Hepburn Murray Belshes, as heir of entail to the barony of Invermay, and as heir-at-law to the estate of Balmanno, both co. Perth. Sir John d. 27 May ...
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