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Clergyman

Baxter P. Fullerton was an American clergyman and a member of Board of Freeholders, 1885.

Background

Fullerton, Baxter P. was born on March 20, 1851 in Pleasant Hope, Missouri, United States. Son of Andrew Washington and Harriet Elizabeth (Gilbreath) Fullerton.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Drury College, Missouri, 1876. Bachelor of Divinity, Cumberland U., Tennessee, 1879. Doctor of Divinity, Drury, 1887.

Doctor of Laws, Central University of Kentucky, 1908.

Career

Ordained Cumberland Presbyterian ministry, 1879. Pastor, Kansas City, Missoury, 1879-1891, Lucas Avenue Church, St. Louis, 1891-1906. Field secretary, District of South and Southwest, Presbyterian Board of Home Missions of the United States, 1906-1914.

Secretary Board of Home Missions, since 1914. President Cumberland Presbyterian Board of Missions, 1894-1906. Editor Missionary Record, 1899-1907.

Moderator Presbyterian General Assembly, 1908. Trustee Missouri Valley College, Drury College Was member Board of Freeholders, 1885, that made present charter of Kansas City.

Membership

Member Board of Freeholders, 1885

Connections

Married Callie L. Mitchell, December 14, 1881.

father:
Andrew Washington Fullerton

mother:
Harriet Elizabeth (Gilbreath) Fullerton

spouse:
Callie L. Mitchell