October 24, 1867, Grantown, Scotland.

1957, Kinloch, Lochcarron, Rossshire, Scotland.


Watt became a Pres­by­ter­i­an minister in 1896. He served in Tur­riff, Aber­deen­shire (1897) and Al­loa (1901). In World War I, he was a chaplain to Britain’s Gor­don High­land­ers and Black Watch. After the war, he was a minister at Glas­gow Ca­thed­ral (1923–44). His works include:

  1. I Bind My Heart This Tide