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Clergyman

Beverley Ellison Warner, American clergyman.

Background

Warner, Beverley Ellison was born on October 14, 1855 in Jersey City, New Jersey, United States. Son of James and Anna (Carscallen) Warner.

Education

Student Princeton, 1872-1875, Trinity College, Connecticut, 1875-1876. Graduate Berkeley Division School, 1879. Honorary Master of Arts, Trinity, 1886.

D D., University of the South, 1896. Doctor of Laws, Tulane University, 1905.

Career

Deacon, 1879, priest, 1880. Protestant Episcopal Church. Rector S. Manchester, Connecticut, 1879-1880, Stafford Springs, Connecticut, 1880-1881, South Manchester, 1881-1884, Stratford, Connecticut, 1884-1886, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1886-1893, Trinity Church, New Orleans, since 1893.

Deputy General convs., 1892, 1898, 1904. President standing committee, Diocese of Louisiana Lecturer and writer on literature and sociological topics. Administrator of Tulane University, 1897.

Author: Troubled Waters (novel), 1885. English History in Shakespeare’s Plays, 1894. The Facts and the Faith, 1897.

The Young Man in Modern Life, 1902. The Young Woman in Modern Life, 1905. Famous Introductions to Shakespeare’s Plays, 1906.

Home: New Orleans, La.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Troubled Waters (novel), 1885. English History in Shakespeare’s Plays, 1894. The Facts and the Faith, 1897.The Young Man in Modern Life, 1902. The Young Woman in Modern Life, 1905. Famous Introductions to Shakespeare’s Plays, 1906.

Connections

Married Alice M. Stoughton, June 1880.

father:
James Warner

mother:
Anna (Carscallen) Warner

spouse:
Alice M. Stoughton