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Thomas Christie Innes

Thomas Christie Innes, British clergyman. member of the board Community Chest, Goodwill Industries, International Institute, Winchester-Thurston School.; Served as chaplain, rank of captain, Toronto, Scottish Regiment, 1939-1944.; Fellow Royal Anthropological Institute, Victoria Institute,; Mason (33°).

Background

  • Innes, Thomas Christie was born on June 29, 1909 in Aberdeen, Scotland. Son of Doctor Francis Alexander and Mary Ann Innes.

  • Education

    • Master of Arts, Aberdeen U., 1931. Student Cambridge U., 1931-1933, Edinburgh, U., 1936-1938. Doctor of Divinity, Houghton College, New York, 1947.

    Career

    • Dorothy Lou Liddle; children—Leslie, Mary T. Christie. Came to the United States, 1944, naturalized, 1950. Ordained to ministry of Presbyterian Church, 1933.

      Pastor, Camden Road.

    Works

    • Author books: Thrilling Voices of the Past, 1936. Parables from Stamps, 1938. Love’s Bleeding Heart (radio talks) 1942.

      Battle-Tested Religion, 1944. Also numerous pamphlets, magazine articles and reviews. Lectures (illustrated) based on Middle East Africa, India, Pakistan, Ceylon tours.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyn

    Membership

    Member of the board Community Chest, Goodwill Industries, International Institute, Winchester-Thurston School. Served as chaplain, rank of captain, Toronto, Scottish Regiment, 1939-1944. Fellow Royal Anthropological Institute, Victoria Institute.

    Mason (33°).; Clubs: Long Vue Country.

    Connections

    • Married Anna Helen Grant.; married second.; children: Dorothy (Mistress.
    • father: Doctor Francis Alexander
    • mother: Mary Ann Innes
    • spouses: Anna Helen Grant
    • 2d.
    • child: Dorothy (Mrs Innes
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    Born June 29, 1909
    Died September 15, 1967
    (aged 58)
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