Remembered perfect for his Scottish Highlands folklore-themed function THE TRICK Commonwealth, Kirk was also instrumental in making a Scottish Gaelic translation from the Bible. He gained theology levels from both College or university of St. Andrews and Edinburgh College or university and afterwards presided over Presbyterian congregations in both Balquhidder and his indigenous Aberfoyle. He passed away at age forty-seven while going for a nighttime walk in the hill near his house. Scottish legend kept that his body have been transported off with the fairies he cherished a lot. He and his six old siblings was raised in Aberfoyle, Scotland, as the kids of Minister Adam Kirk. Robert Kirk’s first relationship — to Isobel Campbel — led to a son called Colin, and his second relationship — to Margaret Kirk — created a child called Robert. His well-known work was released posthumously. Its name, THE TRICK Commonwealth of Elves, Fauns and Fairies, was the creation of fellow Scottish folklorist Andrew Lang.