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Clergyman

Addis Albro, American clergyman. Member World’s Congress Auxiliary, Chicago Expn.

Background

Albro, Addis was born on February 18, 1855 in Middleburgh, New York, United States. Son of William Bliss and Ann Elizabeth (Wood) Albro.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Lawrence University, 1880. Bachelor of Laws, Albany Law School, 1886. (Doctor of Divinity, Grant Memorial U., 1886).

Career

2d, Jane Harrison, of Indiana, November 7, 1907. Ordained Mechanical Engineering ministry, 1881. College president and professor, 1879-1886.

Pastor Moline, Illinois, 1887-1889, Utica, New York, 1890-1893. Field secretary New York State Sabbath Association, 1894-1898. General secretary American Reform Association, since 1898.

Chaplain New York Senate, 1893, Michigan Military Academy, 1901-1903. Delegate Republican National convs., 1880, 1900. Honorary and corresponding member World’s Congress Auxiliary, Chicago Exposition, 1893.

On staff United Editors’ Encyclopedia. United States commissioner K.T. Home: Columbus, N.M.

Membership

Member World’s Congress Auxiliary, Chicago Expn.

Connections

Married Mary Alice Scribner, February 19, 1878.

father:
William Bliss Albro

mother:
Ann Elizabeth (Wood) Albro

spouse:
Mary Alice Scribner