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Charles Clingman

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Charles Clingman, American bishop. member board directors Birmingham Community Chest; member of the board Regents, University of the South; Member Psi Upsilon.; Mason (32 degree).; Club: Pendennis.

Background

Clingman, Charles was born on January 19, 1883 in Covington, Kentucky, United States. Son of Charles and Mary Ellen (Hartsough) Clingman.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Kenyon College, 1905, Doctor of Humane Letters, 1931, graduate Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, 1908, Doctor of Divinity, 1928. Doctor of Divinity, University of the South, 1928.

Career

1 son, Robert Core. Deacon, 1907, priest, 1908, Protestant Episcopal Church. Rector St. Paul’s Church, Newport, Kentucky, 1908-1913, Church of the Incarnation, Dallas, Texas, 1913-1918, Trinity Church, Houston, Texas, 1918-1924, Church of the Advent, Birmingham, Alabama, 1924-1936. Elected bishop Diocese of Kentucky, January 24, 1936.

In Red Cross Service, World War. Deputy to General Convention Protestant Episcopal Church 7 times to 1934. Chairman Department Public Welfare, Birmingham and Jefferson County, 1933-1934.

Member board directors Birmingham Community Chest. Chairman St. Mark’s School for Negroes (Birmingham).

Membership

Member board directors Birmingham Community Chest. Member of the board Regents, University of the South. Member Psi Upsilon.; Mason (32 degree).

Club: Pendennis.

Connections

Married Elizabeth Florence Core, October 21, 1909.

father:
Charles Clingman

mother:
Mary Ellen (Hartsough) Clingman

spouse:
Elizabeth Florence Core