Armour, John an English Congregational minister, was born at Glasgow in 1796. In youth he was of a trifling disposition, but at the age of eighteen he was converted, and became very active in Christian labor and in visiting the sick. Mr. Armour received his education at the University of Glasgow, maintaining himself by the labor of his-own hands. In 1820 he was licensed to preach, and after a time became co-pastor of the Independent Church. In 1842 he went to Canada, organized a Church in Stewarton, Halton, and afterwards was pastor at Warwick, Plympton, Sarnia, New Durham, and Kelvin, which last he resigned in 1868. He died Dec. 16,1869. See (Lond.) Cong. Yearbook, 1871, p. 301.