Innes, Thomas (Father Innes) (16621744)

Innes, Thomas (Father Innes) Scotch historian, born in Aberdeenshire, educated at Paris; became a priest in 1692; after three years' service in Banffshire he returned to Paris, where he held a scholastic appointment till his death; in politics a Jacobite, in religious matters he had leanings to the Jansenist heresy; a diligent student of Scottish history, he produced the earliest scientific Scoto-historical works; his “Critical Essay on the Ancient Inhabitants of Scotland” and “Civil and Ecclesiastical History of Scotland” (unfinished), display honesty and penetration (16621744).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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