Rev. Malcolm Douglas,

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Rev. Malcolm Douglas, D.D., son of David Douglas, was born at West Point, N. Y., on 19th July 1825

He married, 14th October 1851, Sarah Elizabeth, daughter of the Rev. Benjamin Hale, D. D., president of Hobart College, and of Mary Caroline, daughter of the Hon. Cyrus King, of Saco, Maine, USA.

Malcolm graduated A. B. Trinity College 1846 ; M. A. 1849 ; D. D. Trinity College 1869.

He was deacon, Protestant Episcopal church 1849 and priest 1850.

During the autumn and winter of 1849 he was tutor in mathematics at Geneva College. Rector of Christ church, Seneca Falls, N. Y., to 1851 ; Christ church, Albion, N. Y., 1851-5; St. Paul's, Waterloo, N. Y., 1855-9; St. Paul's, Windsor, Vt, 1859-72; president of Norwich (Military) University, Vermont, 1872-5 ; rector of Christ church, Andover, Mass., since 1875.

Children : —
i. Charles Edward, b. at Albion, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1852; d. young.
ii. Mary Caroline b. at Albion, Oct. 19, 1853.
iii. Benjamin Hale b. at Waterloo, Dec. 19, 1855.
iv. David Bates b. at Waterloo, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1858.
v. Malcolm b. at Windsor, Vt., Nov. 25, 1864.
vi. Andrew Ellicott b. at Windsor, Jnlv 5, 1867.
vii. Moses Hale b. at Windsor, Jnly 29, 1870.



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