George Keith

(c. 1638—1716) Quaker schismatic and Church of England clergyman

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(c. 1638–1716),

‘Christian Quaker’. Born in Aberdeenshire, he was educated for the Presbyterian ministry at Marischal College, but in 1663 became a Quaker, and apparently exercised considerable influence on R. ...

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