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Grieve, Rev. Alexander Jameslocked

MA (Oxon), BA, DD (Lond.)

Born Pembroke Dock, 18 March 1874; e s of John Grieve; m 1897, Evelyne Mary Thomas; four s two d; died 23 Sept. 1952

Principal of Lancs. Independent College, 1922–43; Principal Emeritus, 1943

Education

Univ. Coll., Aberystwyth; Mansfield Coll. Oxford; Univ. of Berlin. First Class Hons Theology, Oxford, 1897, and London, 1912

Career

Registrar, University of Madras, 1900–02; Professor of English, Central College, Bangalore, 1902–04; Minister of Congregational Church, Romsey, 1905–09, St Anne’s-on-the-Sea, 1910–11, Salem, Bradford, 1916–17; Cavendish, Suffolk, 1943–50; on staff of Encyclopædia Biblica, 1898–1900, Encyclopædia Britannica, 1905–11; Professor of New Testament Studies and Church History, Yorkshire United Independent College, Bradford, 1909–17; Principal and Professor of Systematic Theology, Scottish Congregational College, 1917–21; Lecturer in Church History, University of Edinburgh, 1919–21, University of Manchester, 1922–43, and Dean of the Faculty of Theology 1931–32; Examiner in Theology (various dates), Universities of London, Bristol, Wales and Manchester; a governor of John Rylands Library, 1936–43, Chairman of Lancs. Congregational Union, 1934, Suffolk Congregational Union of England and Wales, 1936–37; Member of Senate of Univ. of London, 1944–48

Publications

Assistant Editor of Peake’s Commentary; articles in Bible Dictionaries and Encycs

Address

4 Holly Lane, Erdington, Birmingham 24