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Clergyman

Benjamin Mckee Gemmill, American clergyman. Member of Permanent Judicial Committee of General Assembly

Background

Gemmill, Benjamin Mckee was born on October 24, 1866 in New Park, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of John Brown and Agnes Mary (Workman) Gemmill.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Lafayette College, 1889, Doctor of Divinity, 1922. McCormick Theological Seminary, 1889-1890. Graduate from Princeton Theological Seminary, 1892.

Doctor of Philosophy., Blue Ridge College, New Windsor, Maryland., 1895.

Career

Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1892. Pastor Anacortes, Washington, 1892-1893, 1st Church, Cresson, Pennsylvania, 1893-1905. Assistant president of Kendall College, Muskogee, Indiana Ty., 1905.

Connected with The Presbyterian, Philadelphia, 1905-1906. Pastor Hartsville, Pennsylvania, since 1908. Also professor of Bible and philosophy, Beaver College for Women, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania Stated clerk Synod of Pennsylvania, permanent clerk 17 years.

Member of Permanent Judicial Committee of General Assembly Presbyterian Church in United States of America. Moderator of Philadelphia North Presbytery. Secretary of The Curran Foundation.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Manual of Parliamentary Practice for Church Courts. Faith for a Bewildered World. Psychology of the Will of God.The Problems of Youth.

Membership

Member of Permanent Judicial Committee of General Assembly Presbyn.

Connections

Married to Clara Marie Genso, June 1, 1898. Children: Charlotte Eleanor, Chalmers Laughlin, Kenneth Wilfred, Janet Muriel.

father:
John Brown Gemmill

mother:
Agnes Mary (Workman) Gemmill

spouse:
Clara Marie Genso

child:
Charlotte Eleanor Gemmill

child:
Chalmers Laughlin Gemmill

child:
Kenneth Wilfred Gemmill

child:
Janet Muriel Gemmill