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Clergyman

Arthur Peabody Pratt, American clergyman. Member International Congressional Council, Bournemouth, England, 1930.; Member Massachusetts Society S.A.R., Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Theta Pi.; Mason (32 degree).

Background

Pratt, Arthur Peabody was born on June 27, 1872 in Dorchester, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Charles O. and Sarah S. (Peabody) Pratt.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Boston University, 1896, Bachelor of Sacred Theology, 1901, A.M., 1902, Doctor of Philosophy, 1909. Post-graduate work, Harvard University and Andover Theological Seminary. Doctor of Divinity, Middlebury College, 1915.

Career

1 son, Robert Armstrong. Acting pastor, Berlin, Massachusetts, 1898-1903. Ordained Conglist ministry, 1901.

Pastor 1st (united 1st and 3d) Church, Chelsea, 1903-1906, 1st Church, Bellows Falls, Vermont, 1906-1916, Greenfield, Massachusetts, 1916-1941. Preacher, Community Church, Mount Dora, Florida, 1947-1948.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author of essays on English poets and mysticism. Also author of Good Cheer,” a devotional book for use in hospitals.

Membership

Member International Congressional Council, Bournemouth, England, 1930. Member Massachusetts Society S.A.R., Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Theta Pi. Mason (32 degree).

Connections

Married Helen Maud Armstrong, June 8, 1904.

father:
Charles O. Pratt

mother:
Sarah S. (Peabody) Pratt

spouse:
Helen Maud Armstrong