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McINTYRE, M.A., Ph.D., Beamsville, (int., was born on the 31St of 1\lay, 1845, at Duart, Kent County, Out. He received his education at the public school, Chatham High School and Victoria University, where he graduated B.A. in 1872, and I.A. in 1873. He also took honors in German and Hebrew. He taught from IS62 to 186.7, and in 1872 became mathematical master of Ingersoll High School, which position he resigned to study for the ministry. He studied theology at Princeton, N.J., Union Seminary, New York, and the Free

Church College, Edinburgh. He then travelled in Europe, visiting London, Paris, Florence and Rome. Returning to Canada he, in 187S, accepted a unanimous call to Beamsville and Clinton churches, where he has remained ever since, doing effective work. The membership of the churches has doubled, and a beautiful manse built in addition. Dr. McIntyre took a post-graduate course at the Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Illinois, where he received the degree of Ph.D. in 1887. He was married on the 25th December, 1S7S, to Eliza Maud, daughter of the late Robert Walker, of Whitby, Out.


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