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William Joshua Mcmillan

Clergyman

William Joshua Mcmillan, American clergyman. member of the board of directors Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Virginia, 1925-1932.

Background

Mcmillan, William Joshua was born on April 11, 1870 in near Acworth, Georgia, United States. Son of Robert Huie and Margaret (Prichard) Mcmillan.

Education

Preparatory education, high school, Acworth. Student Davidson (North Carolina) College, 1889-1890. Bachelor of Arts, Southwestern-Presbyterian U. Clarksville, Tennessee (now at Memphis), 1893, and student theological department, 1894-1896.

Doctor of Divinity, Southwestern, 1911.

Career

1 son, William Erwin. Married second, Emma Belle Smith, of Baltimore, Maryland., April 30, 1928. Ordained ministry Presbyterian Church in United States, 1896.

Evangelist New Orleans Presbytery, 1896-1897. Pastor successively First Church, Brownwood, Texas, and Franklin, Tennessee, until 1912, Maryland Avenue Church, Baltimore, Maryland, 1912-1931. Superintendent of Home Missions, Potomac Presbytery, 1931-1933.

Supply preacher since 1933. Commissioner General Assembly Presbyterian Church 5 times to 1927. Delegate Alliance Reformed Churches holding Presbyterian System, Pittsburgh, 1921, Cardiff, Wales, 1925.

Moderator Synod of Tennessee, 1911.

Membership

Member of the board of directors Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Virginia, 1925-1932.

Connections

Married Florence Willie Hodge, of Ruston, Louisiana, July 26, 1897 (died 1900).; married second, Emma Belle Smith, of Baltimore, Maryland., April.

father:
Robert Huie Mcmillan

mother:
Margaret (Prichard) Mcmillan

spouse:
Florence Willie Hodge

spouse:
Emma Belle Smith