Donald Cargill

(1627 – 1681)

Cargill was from Perthshire and became minister of the Barony Church Glasgow in 1655. In 1662 he was dismissed for a protest against the celebration of the restoration of Charles II. He preached in field meetings until he was captured and executed in 1681. “The Lord knows I go on this ladder with less fear and perturbation of mind, than ever I entered the pulpit to preach”, he said.

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