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Charles S. Cleland

Clergyman

Charles S. Cleland, American clergyman. member War Time Committee of Inter Ch; member National Service Commn.

Background

Cleland, Charles S. was born on December 17, 1863 in Owatonna, Minnesota, United States. Son of William J. and Judith A. (Wilson) Cleland.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Monmouth (Illinois) College, 1887. Graduate Xenia (Ohio) Theological Seminary, 1890. Doctor of Divinity, Cooper College, Sterling, Kansas, 1906.

Career

Ordained ministry U.P. Church, 1890. Pastor Le Claire Prairie, Iowa, 1890-1894, 2d Church, Philadelphia, 1894-1935, now pastor emeritus. Recording secretary Board Foreign Missions U.P. Church of N.A. since 1896.

Was member War Time Committee of Inter Church Federation of Philadelphia. Member National Service Commission U.P. Church. Moderator, General Assembly, U.P. Church, 1932-1933. home: 802 N. 17th St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Membership

Member War Time Committee of Inter Ch. Member National Service Commn.

Connections

Married Edith Elinor Collins, of Xenia, May 14, 1891. Children: Ralph Erskine, David Collins, James Wallace, Helen.

father:
William J. Cleland

mother:
Judith A. (Wilson) Cleland

spouse:
Edith Elinor Collins

child:
Ralph Erskine Cleland

child:
David Collins Cleland

child:
James Wallace Cleland

child:
Helen Cleland