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Alexander Inglis

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  1. Alexander Inglis was a Scottish cleric and royal clerk. He was the son of one George Inglis and his wife Margeret. At some point in his life he had attended university and obtained a Licentiate in Decrees. In 1477 he became Dean of the diocese of Dunkeld, and in 1480 became Archdeacon of St Andrews. On 17 September 1483, after the death of Bishop James Livingston, he was elected to succeed the latter as Bishop of Dunkeld. Inglis ran into difficulty on 22 October, when the Chancellor of the diocese of Aberdeen, George Brown, was also provided as Bishop of Dunkeld. Inglis was styled Bishop-elect in Scotland until 1485, but on 13 June 1484, Brown had been consecrated at the Papal see. Inglis continued to hold his previous posts as Archdeacon and Dean until his death in 1496.
    • born on (616 years ago) in Scotland
    • religion: Catholicism
    • died in (520 years ago)
  2. Alexander Inglis is the son of Anthony Inglis.

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Google previewA General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire (1833)

by John Burke

Sir Alexander Inglis. Codrington, Vice-Admiral Sir Edward. Cole, Lieutenant- General Hon. Sir Galbraith Lowry, M.P., governor of Gravesend and Ti]bury Fort, 34th foot. Colville, Lieuteuant-General Hon. Sir C., K.C. and K.T.S. Combermere, ...

Google previewDictionary of Anonymous and Pseudonymous English Literature (1926)

by Samuel Halkett

[By Captain Alexander Inglis R.

Google previewA General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the United Kingdom, for M.D.CCC.XXVI. (1826)

by John Burke

Sir Alexander Inglis. goons, ...

Google previewThe Popular Encyclopedia (1841)

Being a General Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, Biography, History, and Political Economy

In 1810 it made its appearance in Glasgow, and was carried on to a considerable extent by Mr Hugh Sinclair, and subsequently by Mr Alexander Inglis. Since then, Mr John Ferguson (to whom we are indebted for the inateriel of the the person ...

Google previewThe Popular Encyclopedia: pt. 1. Wax-Z; Supplement A-Dul (1841)

by Sir Daniel Keyte Sandford

In 1810 it made its appearance in Glasgow, and was carried on to a considerable extent by Mr Hugh Sinclair, and subsequently by Mr Alexander Inglis. Since then, Mr John Ferguson (to whom we are indebted for the materiel of the present ...

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