CAMERON, Alexander. (Alexander Cameron Gibson). Scottish, b. 1926. Genres: Novels. Career: Ordained minister of Church of Scotland; veterinary surgeon in Ayrshire, Scotland, and Devonshire, England, 1950-59; minister of Church of Scotland in Fenwick, 1962-68, Nairn Old, 1968-80, and in Eskdalemuir, Hutton, Corrie, and Tundergarth, 1980-90; writer. Founding member, Lochgoin and Fenwick Covenanters Trust; chairman of Nairn Health Council in the 1970s. Publications: Vet in the Vestry (novel), 1987; Poultry in the Pulpit (novel), 1988; Dog Collar Diary (memoirs), 1995. Address: Langleigh, 10 Rowan Place, Nairn IV12 4TL, Scotland.
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