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Clergyman

Arthur Thomas Brooks, British clergyman. Fellow Royal Geographical Society; member Phi Gamma Delta.; Mason, chaplain Washington Lodge.; Club: Boston City.

Background

Brooks, Arthur Thomas was born on January 21, 1881 in Brighton, England. Son of Charles Jonas and Cordelia Francis (Seney) Brooks.

Education

Educated New York University, 1905-1906, Union Theological Seminary, 1906-1907, New York School of Philanthropy, 1911-1912. Doctor of Divinity, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, Chicago, 1931.

Career

Brought to the United States, 1889, naturalized citizen, 1903. Began as builder and architect, 1898. Pastor Grace Baptist Church, New York City, 1905-1910, First Church, Tarrytown, 1910-1915.

Field secretary Judson Memorial Fund, 1915-1917. Religious work director Young Men’s Christian Association, World War, 1917-1919. Pastor Dudley Street Church, Boston, 1921-1946.

Retired from ministry, 1946. Trustee Gordon College of Theology and Missions, Boston, Massachusetts.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Practical and Profitable in Church Administration, 1930.

Membership

Fellow Royal Geographical Society. Member Phi Gamma Delta. Mason, chaplain Washington Lodge.

Club: Boston City.

Connections

Married Olive King Sullivan. Children: Olive King, Anna Francis.

father:
Charles Jonas Brooks

mother:
Cordelia Francis (Seney) Brooks

spouse:
Olive King Sullivan

child:
Olive King Brooks

child:
Anna Francis Brooks