The Very Reverend Alexander Roy MacGregor Grier was an eminent Anglican priest and schoolmaster in the first half of the 20th century.
Born in 1877, Grier was educated at Denstone College and the University of Oxford, where he read history.
From university Grier became a schoolmaster at Worksop College in 1900 and was ordained in 1903. He became headmaster of Worksop in 1905 and carried out a large and expensive building programme, including the construction of a new chapel. Between 1915 and 1919 he was headmaster of Bloxham School, successfully guiding the school through the First World War.
He then became headmaster of his old school before becoming the Rural Dean of Switzerland in 1931.
Grier then worked as Provost of Street Ninian"s Cathedral, Perth from 1936 to 1940, when he died.