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Almer Mitchell Pennewell

Clergyman

Almer Mitchell Pennewell, American clergyman.

Background

Pennewell, Almer Mitchell was born on June 23, 1876 in Middletown, Missouri, United States. Son of William Thomas and Ann M. (Parkey) Pennewell.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Central Wesleyan College, Warrenton, Missouri, 1905. Bachelor of Divinity, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1908, Doctor of Divinity, 1925.

Career

Ordained Methodist ministry, 1900. Pastor St. Catherine, Missouri, 1900-1901, Warrenton, Missouri, 1901-1905, Congress Park, Illinois, 1905-1906, Bethel Church, Chicago, 1906-1908, Wanakena, New York, 1908-1910, Maywood, Illinois, 1910-1912, Oak Park, Illinois, 1912-1915, Morris, Illinois, 1915-1919, Convenant Church, Evanston, Illinois, 1919-1925, Wheaton, 1925-1928, Ravenswood, 1928-1933, St. John’s Church, Chicago, 1933-1947. Retired, now Midwest director Spiritual Mobilization Office, Chicago.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Old Carson’s Christmas, 1924. Miscellaneous Poems, 1935. The Methodist Movement in Northern Illinois, 1942.Poems: Come Christmas,” 1943. Sing, Parson, Sing,” 1947. A Voice in the Wilderness”.Biography of Review Jesse Walker, 1947.

Connections

Married Claudia B. Daniel, December 20, 1900. Children: Marian Frances, Charles Stuart.

father:
William Thomas Pennewell

mother:
Ann M. (Parkey) Pennewell

spouse:
Claudia B. Daniel

child:
Marian Frances Pennewell

child:
Charles Stuart Pennewell