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]\Ianoi'ials of the Fcunilics of Strachaii and W^isc. 39
Margaret, second daughter, baptized 21st April 1731,
married, 15th November 1749, the Ilev. Henry Ogilvie,
minister of Lunan/ Of this marriage were born five
sons and three daughters. John, tlie eldest son, married
Miss Glegg, and resided at St Cyrus ; the second son be-
came a colonel in the British army, and Henry, the third
son, was a lieutenant in the navy. Isabel, the youngest
daughter, baptized 3d May 1766, married, 30th July 1790,
the Rev. James Scott, A.M., minister of Benholme ; she died
16th April 1838, leaving two sons, Dr Hercules Scott,
Professor of Moral Philosophy in King's College, Aber-
deen, and Dr John Scott, an eminent physician in London ;
also two daughters, Anne, who married the Rev. John
Glegg, minister of Bervie, and another, who married the
Rev. Dr Trail, Professor of Divinity in the University of
Aberdeen. Mrs Margaret Ogilvie, or Wise, died 12th
July 1803.-
The remaining children of Alexander Wyse and his
second wife, Margaret Strachan, were as follow : —
' The Rev. Henry Ogilvie was celebrated for the fervcjur ami unction of his
pulpit prelections, and his other ministerial qualities. He was son of the Rev.
Thomas Ogilvie, minister of Coupar- Angus, and his elder brother was Wedderburn
Ogilvie, Esq. of Islabank, parish of Ruthven, Forfarshire.
•^ Dr Scott's Faiiti.

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