Archibald Graham (bishop)

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Archibald Graham (died 1702) was a Scottish prelate from the 17th century. From the Graham family of Kilbride, he became a Church of Scotland minister, and was parson of Rothesay before, in 1680, becoming Bishop of the Isles. After the Revolution of 1688, all Church of Scotland bishops, including Graham, lost their sees as episcopacy was abolished in Scotland. He died in 1702.


Church of Scotland titles
Preceded by
Andrew Wood
Bishop of the Isles
Succeeded by
Episcopacy abolished