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Cargill, Donald, Covenanter, was born about 1610, or, according to others, about 1619, at Rattray, Perthshire, After studying at Aberdeen and St. Andrews, he was ordained in 1655, and soon made himself obnoxious to Government by openly resisting their measures. He was wounded in the battle of Bothwell Bridge, and was one of Richard Cameron's (q.v.) companions in the Sanquhar Declaration of 1680. He was beheaded in 1681.