Helen (Nellie) McIntosh
HELEN MCINTOSH (NELLIE), born 26th July 1880 at 25 East Claremont Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, died 28th March 1951 at Queen Mary Nursing Home, Edinburgh. Living April 1891, aged 10, with her father, at 25 East Claremont Street, Edinburgh. Beneficiary of £5 under the will of her great aunt Eliza Russell Bruce (18.104.22.168.1.5.) in 1893. Married (29th April 1908 at St Andrews United Free Church, Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh) John Fleming Philip (born 24th April 1878 at Glasgow, died 9th February 1962 at 193 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh), United Free Church of Scotland Minister of the United Free Manse, Prestonpans, educated in Carnoustie, at Harris Academy, Dundee, and at University of St Andrews (graduated M.A. 1900), New College, Edinburgh, and University of Marburg, Germany, licensed by Presbytery of Arbroath and Forfar (1904), ordained and inducted Prestonpans (1906), transferred to Keith North Church, Keith, Banffshire (1912), served World War I with Scottish Churches Huts in France (1917-1919), inducted South Morningside Church, Edinburgh (1920), transferred to Crieff South Church, Crieff, Perthshire (1931), retired (1945), Doctor of Divinity (D.D.) University of St Andrews (1952), and living c. 1922-9 at 53 Braid Avenue, Morningside, Edinburgh, and in 1951 and 1962 at 193 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh (when he died described as retired Minister of Church of Scotland), son of James Philip, United Free Church of Scotland clergyman, and Margaret Wilson and/or Guthrie, having no children.
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