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Robert Kinloch Massie

Clergyman

Robert Kinloch Massie, American clergyman. member Kentucky Inter-Racial Commission, Kentucky Committee for Mothers and Babies; member board directors Margaret College, Versailles, Kentucky; Mason.

Background

Massie, Robert Kinloch was born on February 4, 1864 in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States. Son of Nathaniel Hardin and Eliza Kinloch (Nelson) Massie.

Education

Graduate University of Virginia, 1888. Theological Seminary in Virginia, 1891. Master of Arts, Columbian (now George Washington University, 1902.

Doctor of Divinity, Washington and Lee University, 1906.

Career

Deacon and priest, Protestant Episcopal Church, 1891. Missionary in China, 1891-1895, also professor St. John’s College, Shanghai. Professor ecclesiastical history, Theological Seminary in Virginia, 1898-1912.

Dean Christ Church Cathedral, Lexington, Kentucky, 1913-1929 (dean emeritus). Deputy General Convention, P.E. Church, 1913-1928. Chairman Vice Commission and member Board Associate Charities, Lexington.

President Kentucky Conference Charities and Correction, 1916-1918. Charter member Welfare League of Lexington. Member Kentucky Inter-Racial Commission, Kentucky Committee for Mothers and Babies.

Member board directors Margaret College, Versailles, Kentucky.

Membership

Member Kentucky Inter-Racial Commission, Kentucky Committee for Mothers and Babies. Member board directors Margaret College, Versailles, Kentucky.

Connections

Married Harriet Ross Milton, July 8, 1891. Children: Robert Kinloch (deceased), Francis Milton.

father:
Nathaniel Hardin Massie

mother:
Eliza Kinloch (Nelson) Massie

spouse:
Harriet Ross Milton

child:
Robert Kinloch Massie (deceased)

child:
Francis Milton Massie