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Robert Scott Chalmers

Clergyman

Robert Scott Chalmers, British clergyman. Member National Council Protestant Episcopal Church, term 1924-1930; member Standing Committee Diocese of Dallas, Evergreen (Colorado) Summer Conference; member Standing Committee Diocese Maryland, since 1930. Trustee Donaldson School (Ilchester, Maryland.), St. James’ School for Boys.; Mason.

Background

Chalmers, Robert Scott was born on January 22, 1882 in Dundee, Scotland. Son of William and Helen Walker (Miller) Chalmers.

Education

Educated Edinburgh U. Honorary Master of Arts, Kenyon College, 1922, Doctor of Divinity, 1931.

Career

Deacon, 1914, priest, 1915, Protestant Episcopal Church. Deacon St. Paul’s Church, Akron, O., 1914-1915. Rector Trinity Church, Tiffin, 1915-1918, St. Mark’s Church, Toledo, 1918-1924.

Dean St. Matthew’s Cathedral, Dallas, Texas, 1924-1930. Rector Grace and St. Peter’s Church, Baltimore, since 1930.

Membership

Member National Council Protestant Episcopal Church, term 1924-1930. Member Standing Committee Diocese of Dallas, Evergreen (Colorado) Summer Conference. Member Standing Committee Diocese Maryland, since 1930.

Trustee Donaldson School (Ilchester, Maryland.), St. James’ School for Boys.

Connections

Married Adela W. Burnet, 1905. Children: Margaret Burnet, William Scott, James Burnet.

father:
William Chalmers

mother:
Helen Walker (Miller) Chalmers

spouse:
Adela W. Burnet

child:
William Scott Chalmers

child:
Margaret Burnet Chalmers

child:
James Burnet Chalmers