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Clergyman

Albert Boynton Storms, American clergyman.

Background

Storms, Albert Boynton was born on April 1, 1860 in Lima, Washtenaw County, Michigan, United States. Son of Irving and Mary (Boynton) Storms.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Michigan, 1884, A.M., 1893. Doctor of Divinity, Lawrence University. Doctor of Laws, Drake U., 1904.

Career

Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mech. Arts, July 1903-August 30, 1910. Pastor Central Avenue Church, Indianapolis, 1910-1915.

Superintendent Indianapolis District Methodist Episcopal Church, 1915-1918. President Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, O., since 1918. Author: Stopping at an Inn, 1900.

The Cool of the Day, 1902. The Outlook, 1904; The Master-Secret, 1913. Contributor to Methodist Review.

President Church Federation of Indiana Home: Berea, O.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Stopping at an Inn, 1900. The Cool of the Day, 1902. The Outlook, 1904

Connections

Married Lovie Laura Whitcomb, January 2, 1883. Children: Albert Claire (deceased), Lillian Boynton, Mary Laura, Florence M. Ordained Mechanical Engineering ministry, 1884.

father:
Irving Storms

mother:
Mary (Boynton) Storms

spouse:
Lovie Laura Whitcomb

child:
Albert Claire Storms (deceased)

child:
Lillian Boynton Storms

child:
Mary Laura Storms

child:
Florence M. Ordained Mechanical Engineering ministry Storms

child:
1884 Storms