REV. JAS. GAMMACK, M.A., LL.D.,
East Toronto, Norway, P.O., Ont.,
was born at Turriff, Aberdeen-shire, Scotland, on the 23rd of April, 1837. He was educated at Turriff Parish School, Aberdeen Grammar School, Marischal College and University, Aberdeen, from which University he received M.A. in 18J7 and LL D. in 1887. He also attended the Theological College, Glenalmond, Perthshire in 1857-59, then under Archdeacon Hannah, of Brighton, and Canon Bright of Oxford. He was ordained deacon in 18J9, and priest 1861, was incumbent of St. Thomas, Tillvmorgan, Aberdeen-shire in 1861, St. John's Drumlithie, Kincarddineshire, r866, and Hon. Chaplain to Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen, 1887. Dr. Gammack has contributed articles at various times to Dr. Smith and Dr. Wace's " Dictionary of Christian Biography," Dr. Smith's and Arch. Cheetham's " Dictionary of Christian Antiquities," and to the Canadian Churchman, He was married 29th April, 1862, to Jane Anne, daughter of the late Rev. John Wilson, M.A., parish minister, Premnay, Scotland.