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James Kistler Stewart

Clergyman

James Kistler Stewart, American clergyman. Member Denominational Board Administration, commission on union U.P. Church President Beverly Hills Library Board; Club: Rotary.

Background

Stewart, James Kistler was born on August 19, 1888 in New Kensington, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Reid T. and Anna M. (Kistler) Stewart.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Westminster College, 1912, Doctor of Divinity, 1937. Bachelor of Divinity, Pittsburgh-Xenia Theological Seminary, 1919.

Career

Church, 1919; pastor Herron Hill U.P. Church, Pittsburgh, 1918-1921, Second U.P. Church, 1921-1926, Beverly-Vista U.P. Church, Beverly Hills, California, from 1927. Instructor public speech Pittsburgh-Xenia Theological Seminary, 1917-1926. Moderator California U.P. Synod, 1935-1936.

V. moderator U.P., General Assembly, 1952-1953.

Membership

Member Denominational Board Administration, commission on union U.P. Church President Beverly Hills Library Board. Club: Rotary.

Connections

Married Margaret M. Carnes, August 21, 1917. Children: James S., Peggy (Mistress John E. Anderson), Mary Arden (Mistress George B. Jackson), Beck (deceased), John R. Ordained to ministry United Presbyterian.

father:
Reid T. Stewart

mother:
Anna M. (Kistler) Stewart

spouse:
Margaret M. Carnes

child:
James S. Stewart

child:
Peggy Stewart (Mistress John E. Anderson)

child:
Mary Arden Stewart (Mistress George B. Jackson)

child:
Beck Stewart (deceased)

child:
John R. Ordained to ministry United Presbyn Stewart