Rev. Hugh McKay, D.D. of Round Lake
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Rev. Hugh McKay, D.D. of Round Lake a brief sketch by Eliza MacGregor

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Published by Women"s Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, Western District in [Toronto?] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • McKay, Hugh,
  • Round Lake Reserve (Sask.),
  • Presbyterian Church in Canada -- Missions

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesMista McKay.
Statementby Eliza MacGregor.
ContributionsPresbyterian Church in Canada. Women"s Missionary Society. W.D.
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p.
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16840660M

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History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia Chapter XXXVI - East Lake Ainslie The Rev. Hugh mentioned here was long stationed at Elmsdale, Nova Scotia, and was for years an official of the Provincial Government. The son Norman was married to Ann McKay of South Lake, and had six sons and three daughters, Norman's son, Donald H. is the well. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Hugh Macmillan (Macmillan, Hugh, ) Books from the extended shelves: Macmillan, Hugh, Bible teachings in nature. (London, Macmillan and co., ) (page images at HathiTrust) Macmillan, Hugh, Bible teachings in nature. (New York: D. Appleton, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Macmillan, Hugh, Bible teachings . The residence of S. McKAY, customs officer, was the scene of an interesting event Wednesday morn., 3rd inst., when his eldest daugheter, Cassie J. McKAY was united in marriage to Scott E. MERRILL, barrister of St. John, N.B. Rev. R.E. Smith performed the ceremony. Miss McKay has been for some time organist in the Episcopal church. Life. He was the son of the Rev. Norman Macleod, D.D. ( – ), and father of the Rev. Norman Macleod ( – ). MacLeod was a distinguished minister of the Scottish Church, and studied at was licensed to preach by the Presbytery of Mull in He became one of the most distinguished ministers, and most popular preachers of his Church, becoming Moderator of the Born:

  He is described as "a small man, well formed and with very attractive manners—a man of culture and scholarship." He was a trustee of Dartmouth College, from which he received his D. D. in He m. first, , Hannah, youngest d. of Rev. Benj. Pomeroy, D. D., of Hebron County, and secondly, Mrs. Elizabeth Martin, of Providence, R. I. HAGGIS THE MCCULLOCH HERITAGE CENTRE Toggle navigation. Home; Create your own family tree; Search Historical Documents. David McLean was the father of the Rev. James Maclean D. D., and Dr. Duncan Maclean, both settled for' a long tithe in Shubenacadie; N. S. James Grant, one of the passengers on the Hector settled first in King's Co., N. S. He came from Glen Urquhart, Scotland. A [edit | edit source] [Abbott] Lee, Lena Louise Abbott of Scotland and Virginia. 2 vols. Roanoke, Va.: L.J. Lee, Digital versions at FamilySearch Digital Library: Vol. 1 | Vol. 2; FHL Book Ab26L v. 1-v. 2. [Adams] See Diehl's Notebook () in General section. [Alexander] Alexander, James W. Life of Archibald Alexander, First Professor in the Theological Seminary, at.