Ministers Born And Brought Up In River John District

David W. Johnson, D.D., River John; Truro, N. S. Editor of the Wesleyan, organ of the Methodist denomination.

John G. Bigney, River John; Hantsport, N. S. Retired Methodist minister.

Wm. H. Langille, River John; Glace Bay, C. B. Pastor, Methodist Church.

Robert F. Allen, B.A., River John; Annapolis Royal, N. S. Pastor, Baptist Church.

Charles W. Allen, River John; Hamilton, N. Y. Student Colgate University. Baptist.

James A. Forbes, River John; Earltown, N. S.

Paul F. Langille, B.A., River John; Fingal, Ont.

Gilbert W. Langille, B.A., River John; Edgerton, Alta.

George P. Tattrie, B.D., River John; Tabusintac, N.B.

Johnson A. Henderson, B.A., Toney River; Chicago, Ill.

Charles Ross, Toney River; Deceased. Pastor, Congregational Church.

Malcolm McKay, River John; Oxford, Me. Pastor, Congregational Church.

A. A. McKay, B.A., River John. Theological student, Presbyterian College, Halifax. Linton Dwyer, River John; Pawtucket, R. I. Pastor, Episcopal Church.

Peter Melville, B.D., Cape John; Died 1912. Mr. Melville was pastor in New Brunswick and at Hopewell, N. S., for many years, where he left a record of efficient work. His scholastic attainments were of a high order. For eight years he studied in the University of Glasgow, and won valuable prizes in sharp competition with many others. He spent the closing years of his ministerial life in a parish in the North of Scotland. He died in Edinburgh in 1912.

MacPhie, John Peter. Pictonians at home and abroad; sketches of professional men and women of Pictou County its history and institutions. Boston: Pinkham Press. 1914.

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