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John Mcnab

Clergyman

John Mcnab, Irish clergyman. Served as chaplain Canadian Army, World War I; Mason.; Club: Canadian (Toronto).

Background

Mcnab, John was born on April 3, 1887 in Northern Ireland. Son of John A. and Jane (Harvey) Mcnab.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Queen’s U., Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 1914, Bachelor of Divinity, 1920. Master of Arts, Columbia, 1920. Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Union Theological Seminary, New York City, 1920.

Doctor of Divinity, Queens U., 1946, Presbyterian College, 1959.

Career

Ordained to ministry Presbyterian Church, 1918. Minister Knox Church, Midland, Ontario, 1920-1927, High Park Presbyterian Church, Toronto, 1927-1938. Moderator Presbyterian Church in Canada, 1958-1959.

Convener, Board Christian Education, Presbyterian Church in Canada, 1932-1935, convener commission on history, 1936-1940.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: They Went Forth, review edit., 1957. In Other Tongues, 1938. Our Heritage and Our Faith, 1950.Editor: What Do Presbyterians Believe, 1957. Editor-in-chief: The Presbyterian Record, 1946-1958.

Membership

Served as chaplain Canadian Army, World War I. Mason.; Club: Canadian (Toronto).

Connections

Married Margaret W. Adams, September 8, 1915. Children: John, Margaret W. (Mistress Douglas Puddy), Norah (Mistress Bruce Carruthers).

father:
John A. Mcnab

mother:
Jane (Harvey) Mcnab

spouse:
Margaret W. Adams

child:
John Mcnab

child:
Margaret W. Mcnab (Mistress Douglas Puddy)

child:
Norah Mcnab (Mistress Bruce Carruthers)