Biography of Robert Johnston
Robert Johnston studied at the University from 1815 until 1820. He was the son of Andrew of Dunfermline.
Johnston studied Greek, Logic, Moral Philosophy and Natural Philosophy which would have qualified him for the degree of Bachelor of Arts. In 1817, he received a prize for one of 'The Best Essays in Prose on "The Advantages and Disadvantages of Holidays" set during the Christmas Holidays.' He went on to become a Secession Minister at Rosehearty from 1828-32, and then went to Jamaica.
He died at Dublin Castle, Saint Ann, Jamaica in 1863, aged 64.