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Clergyman

Robert John Mac Alpine, Canadian clergyman. Member General Assembly’s Committee for consolidation and reconstruction of all bds. of Presbyterian Church United States of America, 1920-1923.; Mason.

Background

Alpine, Robert John Mac was born on August 25, 1874 in Cedarville, Ontario, Canada. Son of Alexander and Isabella (Morison) MacAlpine.

Education

Graduate in Pharmacy, University of Toronto, 1892, Bachelor of Arts, 1899, Master of Arts, 1900. Studied theology, Knox College, 1901. Doctor of Divinity, Maryville (Tennessee) College, 1919.

Career

T. J. Stewart, February 4, 1903. Children—Stewart Alexander, Robert Knox (deceased), Edith Marie (adopted). Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1902.

Pastor Owen Sound, Ontario, 1902-1907, North Church, Cleveland, O., 1907-1909, Boulevard Church, Cleveland, 1909-1914. Central Church, Buffalo, New York, since 1914, church membership built up from 500 to 2,650.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Bible Readings and Prayers, 1918. What Is True Religion?, 1923. There Is No Death.

Membership

Member General Assembly’s Committee for consolidation and reconstruction of all bds. of Presbyterian Church United States of America, 1920-1923.

Connections

Married Mary Margaret, d. Children: Stewart Alexander, Robert Knox (deceased), Edith Marie (adopted).

father:
Alexander MacAlpine

mother:
Isabella (Morison) MacAlpine

spouse:
Mary Margaret

child:
Stewart Alexander Alpine

child:
Robert Knox Alpine (deceased)

child:
Edith Marie Alpine (adopted)