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Thomas Christie Innes

clergyman.

Thomas Christie Innes, British clergyman. member of the board Community Chest, Goodwill Industries, International Institute, Winchester-Thurston School.; Served as chaplain, rank of captain, Toronto, Scottish Regiment, 1939-1944.; Fellow Royal Anthropological Institute, Victoria Institute,; Mason (33°).

Background

Innes, Thomas Christie was born on June 29, 1909 in Aberdeen, Scotland. Son of Doctor Francis Alexander and Mary Ann Innes.

Education

Master of Arts, Aberdeen U., 1931. Student Cambridge U., 1931-1933, Edinburgh, U., 1936-1938. Doctor of Divinity, Houghton College, New York, 1947.

Career

Dorothy Lou Liddle; children—Leslie, Mary T. Christie. Came to the United States, 1944, naturalized, 1950. Ordained to ministry of Presbyterian Church, 1933.

Pastor, Camden Road.

Works

  • Author books: Thrilling Voices of the Past, 1936. Parables from Stamps, 1938. Love’s Bleeding Heart (radio talks) 1942.

    Battle-Tested Religion, 1944. Also numerous pamphlets, magazine articles and reviews. Lectures (illustrated) based on Middle East Africa, India, Pakistan, Ceylon tours.

Membership

Member of the board Community Chest, Goodwill Industries, International Institute, Winchester-Thurston School. Served as chaplain, rank of captain, Toronto, Scottish Regiment, 1939-1944. Fellow Royal Anthropological Institute, Victoria Institute.

Mason (33°).; Clubs: Long Vue Country.

Connections

Married Anna Helen Grant.; married second.; children: Dorothy (Mistress.

father:
Doctor Francis Alexander

mother:
Mary Ann Innes

spouses:
Anna Helen Grant

2d.

child:
Dorothy (Mrs Innes