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Clergyman , educator

George Hartley Mac Adam, American clergyman, educator. Member University Senate, Methodist Episcopal Church; member Rock River Conference.

Background

Adam, George Hartley Mac was born on March 10, 1865 in Kewanee, Illinois, United States. Son of William H. and Adelaide H. (Ellinwood) M.

Education

Education public and high school, Kewanee, Illinois, De Pauw University, Madison College, Bachelor of Arts, (A.M., Doctor of Divinity).

Career

Entered ministry of Methodist Episcopal Church, 1886. Pastor Sidney, Nebraska, 1887, Sheldon, Nebraska, 1887-1890, Grand Island, Nebraska, 1890-1894, Deadwood, S. Dak., 1894-1897, Fort Worth, 1897-1901, Chicago, 1901-1903. President and professor philosophy, Fort Worth (Texas) University, since 1903.

Membership

Member University Senate, Methodist Episcopal Church. Member Rock River Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church.

Connections

Married N. Platte, Nebraska, September 7, 1887, Florence E. Ormsby.

father:
William H. M.

mother:
Adelaide H. (Ellinwood) M.

spouse:
N. Platte