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Clergyman , educator

Andrew Davidson Harmon, American clergyman, educator. Mason.

Background

Harmon, Andrew Davidson was born on December 13, 1870 in Auburn, Nebraska, United States. Son of Henry and Margaret (Handley) Harmon.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Cotner U., Bethany, Nebraska, 1893, A.M., 1894, Doctor of Laws, 1921. Doctor of Laws, Transylvania College, 1922, Texas Christian U., 1923.

Career

Ordained Christian (Disciples) ministry, 1893. Head department of Latin Vice-President Cotner U., 1896-1897. Pastor 1st Church, St. Paul, 1897-1911 (built up from mission church of 33 members to a leading church of the city).

Special lecturer in colleges, 1912-1913. Pastor 1st Church, Omaha, Nebraska 1914. Head department of sociology and president Cotner U., 1916-1922.

President Transylvania College and College of the Bible, Lexington, Kentucky, 1922-1928. President National Board of Education of the Disciples of Christ, 1921. President International Convention Disciples of Christ Churches, 1925-1926.

President Ministers Life and Casualty Union Insurance Company, Minneapolis, 1930-1941. Pastor Cable Community Congressional Church, since 1941.

Membership

Mason.

Connections

Married Alice Gadd, July 11, 1893. Children: Margueritte, Harriet, Henry, Aldrew.

father:
Henry Harmon

mother:
Margaret (Handley) Harmon

spouse:
Alice Gadd

child:
Margueritte Harmon

child:
Harriet Harmon

child:
Henry Harmon

child:
Aldrew Harmon