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David Kitzmiller Barnwell

David Kitzmiller Barnwell, American clergyman. Member Union Theological Seminary Alumni Association (president 1953-1955), Athenaeum of Summit (president 1939-1968), English-Speaking Union Kappa Chi.

Background

  • Barnwell, David Kitzmiller was born on October 7, 1900 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Allen Yost and Julia (Kitzmiller) Barnwell.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, University of California at Berkeley, 1923. Bachelor of Divinity, Union Theological Seminary, New York City, 1928. Student of University Edinburgh, 1928-1929.

      Doctor of Divinity, Hillsdale College, 1946.

    Career

    • Ordained to ministry Baptist Church, 1928. Associate secretary Young Men’s Christian Association, University of California, 1923-1924. Pastor First Baptist Church, successor Christ Church, Summit, New Jersey, 1929-1968, minister emeritus, 1969-1982.

      Summer chaplain Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, summers, 1943-1945. National Council Churches interchange preacher to Britain, 1959, chairman interchange committee. Lecturer Baptist polity Union Theological Seminary, 1959-1970.

      Board of directors Union Theological Seminary, 1953-1957, 58-70, director emeritus, since 1970.

    Membership

    Member Union Theological Seminary Alumni Association (president 1953-1955), Athenaeum of Summit (president 1939-1968), English-Speaking Union Kappa Chi.

    Connections

    • Married Madeline Buzzell, July 1960.
    • father: Allen Yost Barnwell
    • mother: Julia (Kitzmiller) Barnwell
    • spouse: Madeline Buzzell
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    Born October 7, 1900
    Died November 3, 1982
    (aged 82)
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