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The Reverend Andrew Ker1751

Name
The Reverend Andrew Ker
Surname
Ker
Given names
The Reverend Andrew
Birth of a brotherGeorge Ker
about 1674

Birth of a sisterMargaret Ker
October 16, 1682

Birth of a brotherJames Ker
August 22, 1683

Birth of a brotherArthur Ker
September 8, 1685

MarriageElizabeth KerView family
about 1702

Birth of a daughter
#1
Isobel Ker
July 23, 1706

Birth of a daughter
#2
Elizabeth Ker
about 1709

Birth of a son
#3
Andrew Ker
March 17, 1709

Birth of a son
#4
George Ker
February 8, 1712

Death of a brotherGeorge Ker
before 1724

Marriage of a childThe Reverend Walter Morrison Minister of the GospelElizabeth KerView family
February 5, 1729
Rathven, Banff, Scotland

Death of a brotherJames Ker
1734

Death of a brotherArthur Ker
1734

Death of a wifeElizabeth Ker
October 26, 1736

Death of a fatherReverend Alexander Ker
October 26, 1736

Death March 3, 1751
Rathven, Banffshire, Scotland

Family with parents - View family
father
Reverend Alexander Ker
Death: October 26, 1736
mother
sister
sister
brother
sister
Margaret Ker
Birth: October 16, 1682
10 months
brother
James Ker
Birth: August 22, 1683
Death: 1734
2 years
brother
Arthur Ker
Birth: September 8, 1685
Death: 1734
The Reverend Andrew Ker
Death: March 3, 1751Rathven, Banffshire, Scotland
brother
George Ker
Birth: about 1674
Death: before 1724
Family with Elizabeth Ker - View family
The Reverend Andrew Ker
Death: March 3, 1751Rathven, Banffshire, Scotland
wife
Elizabeth Ker
Birth: about 1680 30
Death: October 26, 1736
 
Marriage: about 1702
8 years
daughter
Elizabeth Ker
Birth: about 1709 29
Death: March 12, 1788
son
daughter
Isobel Ker
Birth: July 23, 1706 26
3 years
son
Andrew Ker
Birth: March 17, 1709 29
3 years
son
George Ker
Birth: February 8, 1712 32

 
Note

FHL Film #0991192. Marriage of daughter Elizabeth Ker shows her father as a witness and identified as a Minister in Raven. M.A. Fourth son of Rev. Alexander Ker, M.A., Minister of Grange Rathven - Andrew Ker, 1723. Aberdeen Genealogies, p. 38. Andrew Ker was elected Schoolmaster of Grange, 26 Apr 1691, and continued to teach until September, 1694. He was, in 1701, ordained and inducted into the Parish of Walls and Flotta, Orkney. From which, on 2 March 1704, he was translated to the Second Charge of Kirkwall, the famous Cathefral. On 5 Mar 1706, he was re-translated to Walls and Flotta, bur never inducted, owing to the poverty of the stipend. Finally, on 5 Dec 1722, he was translated to Rathven, Banffshire, where he died on 3 Mar 1751.