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Clement Brumbaugh

Clement Brumbaugh, American congressman. Member Ohio House of Representatives, 1900-1904 (minority leader of House); member 63d Congress (1913-1915), 12th Ohio District: reëlected 64th to 66th Congresses (1915-1921).

Background

  • Brumbaugh, Clement was born on February 28, 1863 in Greenville, Ohio, United States. Son of Samuel D. and Elizabeth (Darner) Brumbaugh.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, National Normal U., Lebanon, O., 1887. Founder and principal Van Buren Academy, 1887-1891. Special course in ancient langs., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1891-1893.

      Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1894. Superintendent schools, Greenville, O., 1896-1900.

    Politics

    Social norms that assume different standards for women than for men in marriage are outdated and should be rejected. Laws in civil society should define marriage as the union of one man and one woman.

    Religion

    The teaching of Bible shows methods by which a man can obtain salvation.

    Denomination: Methodist

    Views

    Every person needs the Church for spiritual and emotional care that enables to reconcile relations with God, with others, and with self.

    Membership

    Member Ohio House of Representatives, 1900-1904 (minority leader of House). Member 63d Congress (1913-1915), 12th Ohio District: reëlected 64th to 66th Congresses (1915-1921).

    Connections

    • father: Samuel D. Brumbaugh
    • mother: Elizabeth (Darner) Brumbaugh
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    Born February 28, 1863
    Died September 28, 1921
    (aged 58)
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