Person:Patrick Tulloch (1)

Patrick Tulloch
b.abt 1584
d.bef 14 July 1646
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Name Patrick Tulloch
Gender Male
Birth[1] abt 1584
Occupation[1] 1613 Moray, ScotlandArchdeacon
Death[1] bef 14 July 1646

Patrick Tulloch, born about 1584, son of Robert T. of Tannachie ; educated at Univ. of Edinburgh ; M.A. (29th July 1600); became min. at Cobham in Surrey ; pres. to the archdeaconry of Moray by James VI. 1st, and adm. before 26th July 1613 ; died before 14th July 1646. On 18th Feb. 1623 complaint was made to the Privy Council by T. and Robert Tulloch, son of Alexander of Tannachie, that Sir Thomas Urquhart, sheriff of Cromarty, and others, including Alexander Urquhart, natural son, of Burdsyards, lately entered the kirk of Forres, attacked Robert Tulloch in his seat, and also attacked the minister of Forres when he came from the pulpit, "cuttit his gowne and uther abuilzements with swords and daigers and so shamefullie misused him and birst and bruist his haill body and bowalls within him, that he vomeitt and spatt bluid at his mouth the space of aucht or ten days thairefter and has never been able to go to the pulpett sensyne." The sheriff of Cromarty and Alexander Urquhart were found guilty of attack on Robert Tulloch, and the sheriff was ordered to pay the expenses of the witnesses ; the others were assoilzied. He marr. (1) and had issue — Mary (marr. cont. 2nd Oct. 1630, Thomas Urquhart, burgess of Forres) ; Ursula (marr. William Wright, Ford of Manechie, Forres) : (2) Barbara Anderson, and had issue — Margaret (marr. John Dunbar, Provost of Forres) ; Christian (marr. Patrick Grant in Achnachanviche) ; Magdalene (marr. William Fullarton, min. of Rafford); Agnes (marr. Thomas Nicholson, merchant burgess, Forres); Catherine (marr. James Dunbar of Westgrange)." - Fasti, p421

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Scott, Hew. Fasti Ecclesiæ scoticanæ: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation. (Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1915-).