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James Chambers

Clergyman

James Chambers, Canadian clergyman. member 5 General Assemblies; member American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions Home: Norwich, New York</td><tr><td class="label_burgverd11px"><b>Death</b></td></tr><tr><td> Died 1911.

Background

Chambers, James was born on March 1, 1851 in Holbrook, Ontario, Canada. Son of Major Robert and Catherine Lucas (Nesbitt) Chambers.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1872, Master of Arts, 1875. Princeton Theological Seminary, 1875 (Doctor of Divinity, 1890).

Career

Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1875. Pastor Sherburne, New York, 1875-1882, Calvary Church, New York, 1882-1900. Correspondent National Bank of Norwich, New York, January since 1901.

Delivered sermon in 1894 that started campaign against Tammany. 3 times moderator Presbytery of New York. Member 5 General Assemblies.

Editor Church Work, 12 years Life member American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions Home: Norwich, New York.

Membership

Member 5 General Assemblies. Member American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions Home: Norwich, New York</td><tr><td class="label_burgverd11px"><b>Death</b></td></tr><tr><td> Died 1911.

Connections

Married Jessie Irene Buell, August 29, 1877.

father:
Major Robert Chambers

mother:
Catherine Lucas (Nesbitt) Chambers

spouse:
Jessie Irene Buell