The New International Encyclopædia/Stone, John Timothy
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Stone, John Timothy
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STONE, John Timothy (1868- ). An American Presbyterian clergyman. He was born in Boston and graduated at Amherst College (1891) and at Auburn Theological Seminary (1894). He was pastor of churches at Utica and Cortlandt, N. Y., until 1900; then of the Brown Memorial Church, Baltimore, until 1909; and in that year became pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago. In 1913-14 he was moderator of the general assembly of the Presbyterian church. He published: Footsteps in a Parish (1908); Recruiting for Christ (1910); also monographs on educational and religious subjects.