Very Revd Kenneth Malcolm Sutherland-Graeme1878 - 1941 (62 years)
Name Kenneth Malcolm Sutherland-Graeme  Title Very Revd Born 7 Oct 1878 Graemehall, Holm and Palpay, Orkney, Scotland  Gender Male Died 20 Mar 1941 Shanwell, Milnathort, Kinross, Scotland  Person ID I11494 My Relatives Last Modified 22 Jan 2019
Father Alexander Malcolm Sutherland-Graeme, b. 1845, Cossington, Somerset , d. 4 Feb 1908, St Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex, England (Age 63 years) Relationship related Mother Margaret Isabella Neale, b. 1851, East Grinstead, Sussex , d. 1909, 1 the Lawn, St Leonards, Hastings (Age 58 years) Relationship Stepchild Married 28 Jan 1874 Brighton, England  Family ID F4474 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Mary Coventry Aitken, b. 15 Jul 1897, Murree, Pakistan , d. 23 May 1965, Inverness, Scotland (Age 67 years) Married 1925 Kinross Children 1. Living 2. Mary Barbara Sutherland-Graeme, b. 4 Apr 1929, Kemback, Fife , d. 2013, Black Isle, Ross and Cromarty (Age 83 years) [natural] 3. Living Last Modified 22 Jan 2019 Family ID F4477 Group Sheet | Family Chart
At 1881 census at 4 Pevensey Road, Hastings, St Mary Magdalen, Sussex
M.A., Edinburgh. Deacons' orders, Trinity Sunday, 1902, at Bristol Cathedral. Priests' orders, 1903.
1918 Rector St Margarets Aberdeen
Rev. Kenneth Malcolm Sutherland-Graeme, M.A., (1927-1931)
Rev. Osborn resigned in 1926 to become Vicar at St Margarets, Prestwich, Lancashire. He was succeeded by Rev. Kenneth Malcolm Sutherland-Graeme, whose transfer to a larger charge was agreed to by St Marys, Dunblane, where he had served for one year only. He presided over the fiftieth anniversary celebrations of the church building in 1928. Mr J. W. Campbell, having retired after many years as treasurer of the church, had written articles for the church magazine on its past history. Rev. Sutherland-Graeme prefaced the celebrations with a week of devotion culminating in a quiet afternoon, conducted by Rt Rev. George Walpole, Bishop of Edinburgh. On the day itself, there were both said and sung celebrations of Holy Communion, Rt Rev. Charles Plumb, Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane, preached at Matins and at Festal Evensong. At Matins, the three founders and the first incumbent of the new church, Rev. Clement Coldwell, were commemorated by name. On the following Sunday, Rev, Coldwells son preached at both morning and evening services.
Rev. Sutherland-Graeme was offered, in May 1931, the charge of the Cathedral congregation at St Pauls, Dundee, an office carrying much greater responsibility, but he and his wife left the neighbourhood, the beautiful church, but above all the kind and friendly people with regrets.
Died in Shanwell, Milnathort, Kinross a Clerk in Holy Orders
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