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Clergyman

Arthur Wilde Little, American clergyman.

Background

Little, Arthur Wilde was born on October 6, 1856 in Brooklyn. Son of William Henry and Caroline Frances (Cobb) Little.

Education

Brother of Caroline Frances L. Bachelor of Arts, Knox College, 1877, A.M., 1880. Division at General Theological Seminary, New York, and Berkeley Division School, Middletown, Connecticut.

(Doctor of Humane Letters, Hobart, 1895. S.T.D., Western Theological Seminary, Chicago, 1905).

Career

Deacon and priest, Protestant Episcopal Church, 1881. Rector St. Paul’s, Portland, Maine, 1881-1888, St. Mark’s, Evanston, Illinois, since 1888. Deputy to General Convention, 1886, 1904.

Examining chaplain to the bishop, etc. Author: Reasons for Being a Churchman, 1885. The Intellectual Life of the Priest, 1897.

The Church Idea, 1906.

Connections

Married Caroline F. Warren, October 29, 1889.

father:
William Henry Little

mother:
Caroline Frances (Cobb) Little

spouse:
Caroline F. Warren