Sinclair Kelburn (1754 - 1802):
Sinclair Kelburn was born in Dublin and educated at Trinity College, Dublin. He was ordained in 1780 in Belfast as a Presbyterian minister. As a convinced Volunteer he preached in his uniform, with his musket beside him and in 1797 was imprisoned in Kilmainham. He resigned from the ministry because of paralysis which developed during his imprisonment. Some of his sermons are published.
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