Waldo Carson Machum, Canadian clergyman. Member Canada Council of Churches (member Executive Committee since 1944), Acadia University Senate. Independent.
Machum, Waldo Carson was born on December 20, 1885 in Saint Mary’s N.B., Canada. Son of John Carson and Sarah Elizabeth (Hamilton) Machum.
Bachelor of Arts, University of N.B. Federation, 1907. Graduate Colgate Theological Seminary, Hamilton, New York, 1910. Doctor of Divinity, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scoti, Canada, 1946.
Ordained to the ministry of the Baptist Church, 1910. Minister Hantsport, Nova Scoti, Canada, 1911-1915, Port Maitland, Nova Scoti, 1915-1919, Kentville, Nova Scoti, 1931-1943. Field secretary Board of Religious Education Maritime United Baptist Convention, 1919-1924.
General and boys’ work secretary Maritime Religious Education Council, 1924-1930, chairman Maritime Boys’ Work Board since 1932, chamn. National Boys’ Work Board, 1935, 1942-1943. President Maritime United Baptist Convention, 1936.
Member Baptist Public Committee of Canada since 1937. General secretary Maritime United Baptist Convention since 1943. Secretary Baptist Federation of Canada since 1944.
Member Canada Council of Churches (member Executive Committee since 1944), Acadia University Senate. Independent.