Born: September 25, 1866, Ashley, Missouri.
Died: February 4, 1944, Jaffrey, New Hampshire.
Buried: Hanover Cemetery, Hanover, Indiana.
McAfee was the son of John Armstrong McAfee and Anna Waddell, and husband of Harriet (Hattie) Lawson Brown.
He was at Park College (now Park University), Parkville, Missouri, for almost 20 years, where he was the chair of Christian Philosophy, and college chaplain and choir director. From 1912–30, he was on the faculty at McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago, Illinois.
In addition, he served pastorates in Fulton, Missouri; Chicago, Illinois; and Brooklyn, New York; directed the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions (1930–33); and was Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in America.
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