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Andrew Jackson Coultas Edit Profile

Clergyman

Andrew Jackson Coultas, American clergyman. Member Board of Foreign Missions of Methodist Episcopal Church.

Background

Coultas, Andrew Jackson was born on August 26, 1853 in New York, United States. Son of Andrew Jackson and Emily Davies (Woodman) Coultas.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Wesleyan University, 1880, A.M., 1883 (Doctor of Divinity, 1906).

Career

Ordained Mechanical Engineering ministry, 1880. Pastor North Church, Fall River, Massachusetts, 1880, 1881. Mystic Bridge, Connecticut, 1882-1884, Sachem St. Church, Norwich, 1885-1887, Federal St. Church, New London, 1888-1891, St. Paul’s Church, Fall River, Massachusetts, 1892-1896, Chestnut St. Church, Providence, Rhode Island, 1897, Trinity Union Church, Providence, 1898-1901.

Presiding elder Providence District, 1902-1907. District superintendent New Bedford District, since 1908.

Membership

Member Board of Foreign Missions of Methodist Episcopal Church.

Connections

Married Rachel A. C. West, 1880.

father:
Andrew Jackson Coultas

mother:
Emily Davies (Woodman) Coultas

spouse:
Rachel A. C. West