James Brown Craven

James Brown Craven

James Brown Craven

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Archdeacon James Brown Craven (1850 – 17 April 1924) was author of the History of the Church in Orkney and several other works on ecclesiastical history. He was a founder and the first president of the Orkney Antiquarian Society.

The son of Rev J E Craven, Free Church of Scotland minister at Newhills, near Aberdeen, he went to Orkney in 1876 to be rector of the newly-built Episcopalian St.Olaf's Church in Kirkwall, and stayed there until his death.

He was made Doctor of Divinity at Aberdeen University in 1908.

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