Person:John Livingston (33)

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Rev. John Livingston
m. 06 Jan 1601
  1. Rev. John Livingston1603 - 1672
  • HRev. John Livingston1603 - 1672
  • WJanet Fleming1613 - 1694
m. 23 Jun 1635
  1. James Livingston1646 - 1700
  2. Robert Livingston1654 - 1728
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Rev. John Livingston
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 21 Jun 1603 Monyabroch, Kilsyth, Stirling, Scotland
Education[2] 1621 University of Glasgow, Glasgow, ScotlandMaster of Arts
Marriage 23 Jun 1635 Edinburgh, Scotlandto Janet Fleming
Death[1][2] 14 Aug 1672 Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Burial[2] Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Memoirs of Rev. John Henry Livingston, D. D., in Gunn, Alexander. Memoirs of Rev. John Henry Livingston, D. D., first professor of theology in the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church in North America. (New York, New York: Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, 1856), 16-17, 30, 1829.

    The great, great grandfather of the venerable subject of this Memoir, and the common ancestor of the Livingston family in this country, was the eminently pious and celebrated minister of the gospel, Mr. John Livingston, of Scotland...He was born in Monyabroch, in Stirlingshire, June 21, 1603...He died August 9th, 1672, aged 69 years, having resided in Rotterdam a little over nine years.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Livingston, Edwin Brockholst. The Livingstons of Callendar and their principal cadets: the history of an old Stirlingshire family. (Edinburgh: Printed at the University Press by T. and A. Constable for the author, 1920), 447, 1920.

    XIII. Master John Livingston, Minister of Ancrum, who was born at Kilsyth on 21 June 1603, and who graduated Master of Arts at the University of Glasgow in 1621...and died in exile at Rotterdam, Holland, in August 1672. He married at Edinburgh, on 23 June 1635, Janet, elder daughter of Bartholomew Fleming of that city, who shared her husband's exile, and who also died and was buried in Rotterdam 1693-4.