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Clergyman

Alexander Armstrong Scott, Canadian clergyman. Recipient King’s Jubilee Medal, 1935, Coronation Medal, 1953. member senate Agra U., India, 1928-1952, also faculty of arts, 1928-1952.

Background

Scott, Alexander Armstrong was born on January 5, 1887 in Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada. Son of Alexander Armstrong and Isabella Cockburn (Mills) Scott.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University Toronto, 1908, Master of Arts, 1920, B.Paed., 1930, LL. D., 1953. Student Knox College, 1908-1911, Free Church College, Glasgow and New College, Edinburgh, 1911-1912. Bachelor of Divinity, Knox College, 1918.

Doctor of Divinity, Victoria U., Toronto, 1938, Pine Hill College, Halifax, 1953.

Career

Staff, departments English, philosophy Indore (India) Christian College, 1912-1929, principal since 1929. General secretary United Church of Canada Mission in India, 1933-1936, 40-43, 48-51. Moderator United Church of Canada, 1952-1954.

Member senate Agra U., India, 1928-1952, also faculty of arts, 1928-1952, member executive council, 1931-1951.

Membership

Member senate Agra U., India, 1928-1952, also faculty of arts, 1928-1952.

Connections

Married Minnie Campbell Shaw, September 19, 1912. Children: Dorothy Jean (Mistress Lyle H. Wilson), Donald Alexander, Lilian Isobel (Mistress D. H. Lewis).

father:
Alexander Armstrong Scott

mother:
Isabella Cockburn (Mills) Scott

spouse:
Minnie Campbell Shaw

child:
Dorothy Jean Scott (Mistress Lyle H. Wilson)

child:
Donald Alexander Scott

child:
Lilian Isobel Scott (Mistress D. H. Lewis)