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Clergyman

Addison Alexander Wallace, American clergyman.

Background

Wallace, Addison Alexander was born on December 25, 1862 in Independence, Missouri, United States. Son of Review Joseph William and Jessamine (Young) Wallace.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri, 1884, A.M., 1887, Doctor of Laws, 1944. Bachelor of Divinity, McCormick Theological Seminary, 1887. Doctor of Divinity, Central U., Richmond, Kentucky, 1900.

Career

Became pastor 1st Presbyterian Church, Mexica, Missouri, 1888. Temporary supply, 1st Presbyterian Church, Fulton, Missouri, September 1942-June 1943. Moderator Synod Missouri 1998.

Trustee Westminster College, since 1890. Member Mexico Public Library Board, since 1913. Commissioner General Assembly Presbyn Church United States, 5 Times to 1939, member special commission on missions, 1930.

Member western section Alliance of Reformed Churches, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1929. Member commission to survey fields occupied by Presbyterian Church in the United States and Presbyterian Church United States of America, 1929.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Outline History of the First Presbyterian Church in Mexico, Missouri. Memoirs and Gospel Testimony, 1945.

Membership

Member Beta Theta Pi.

Connections

Married Annie Lacy Marquess, May 16, 1888. Children: Marquess, Josephine, Mildred (Mistress Knut T. Wernstrom), Anne Lacy.

father:
Review Joseph William Wallace

mother:
Jessamine (Young) Wallace

spouse:
Annie Lacy Marquess

child:
Marquess Wallace

child:
Josephine Wallace

child:
Mildred Wallace (Mistress Knut T. Wernstrom)

child:
Anne Lacy Wallace