D. G. McQueen Residence

9910-104 Street NW, Edmonton

Reverend David George McQueen (1854 – 1930), was born near Kirkwall, Canada West, on 25 December 1854.  He was ordained a Presbyterian minister in 1887, when he succeeded Rev. Andrew Baird in Edmonton.  Until inducted as a minister of First Presbyterian Church in 1893 he also served as school inspector.  Rev. McQueen was the first moderator of the Alberta Synod of the Presbyterian Church, as well as moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Canada.  The third manse, built in 1911, was located immediately south of this location, and was occupied by the McQueen family until 1932.

-Edmonton Historical Board

Designation & Awards

Edmonton Historical Board Plaque Award

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Era: Urban Growth
Themes: Homes
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Area: Central

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