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Biography of George Maurice Drummond

George Maurice Drummond was an Arts student of the University in 1817, attending the Logic class of Professor George Jardine.

Drummond was born in Edinburgh in 1800. He went from Glasgow as Snell Exhibitioner at Balliol College in 1823, from where he graduated BA in 1826, and MA in 1829. Drummond was ordained as a Minister and his first charge was at St Mark’s Episcopal Church at Portobello, 1828-39. He was appointed Rector of Tarleton, near Preston in 1839-42, and later served at Trinity Church, Williamstown in Australia 1853-55, and at the Episcopal Church at Batavia, Java, 1855-57. He Died at Ratho, near Edinburgh, on 20 October 1860.


Archival Materials

  • Addison, W. Innes, A Roll of the Graduates of the University of Glasgow from 31st December, 1727 to 31st Decmeber, 1897, with short biographical notes, Glasgow : J. MacLehose & Sons, 1898.


George Maurice Drummond
Born 30 June 1800.
Died 20 October 1860.
GU Degree: Arts, 1817;
University Link: Student
Occupation categories: clergy
English snippet: Arts student of the University of Glasgow
Record last updated: 19th Mar 2013

Country Associations

Scotland Scotland, Edinburgh
Place of Birth

Scotland Scotland, Ratho
Place of Death

Australia Australia, Melbourne, Williamstown

Indonesia Indonesia, Jakarta

University Connections

University Roles

  • Student