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Charles Augustus Cook

Clergyman

Charles Augustus Cook, Canadian clergyman.

Background

Cook, Charles Augustus was born on August 3, 1856 in Lowville, Ontario, Canada. Son of of Robert B. and Sarah E. (Kelsey) Cook.

Education

Pastor’s College, London, England. Special work Queen’s U., Kingston, Ontario. (Doctor of Divinity, William Jewell College, Missouri, 1907).

Career

Ordained Baptist ministry, 1879. Pastor Kingston, Ontario, 1879-1883, Parliament St. Church, Toronto, 1883-1888, Bloomfield, New Jersey, 1888-1903. Recording secretary, New Jersey Baptist Convention, 6 years.

Superintendent Christian stewardship campaign in Northern states, 1903-1909. Joint district secretary Yellowstone district, for American Baptist Home and Foreign Missions society, 1909-1915. Pastor Spokane, Washington, 1915-1916, First Church, Butte, Montana, 1916-1921, Seattle, Washington, 1921-1929, retired.

Author: Stewardship, 1900. Stewardship and Missions, 1908. God’s Will and Our Life, 1922.

The Larger Stewardship, 1923. Money Power, 1933. Home: Seattle, Wash.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Stewardship, 1900. Stewardship and Missions, 1908. God’s Will and Our Life, 1922.The Larger Stewardship, 1923. Money Power, 1933.

Connections

Married Emma Matthews, July 6, 1880. Children: Charles Montrose (deceased), Emma May (deceased), Cecil Albert, Luetta Sarah, Gordon LeRoy.

spouse:
Emma Matthews

child:
Charles Montrose Cook (deceased)

child:
Emma May Cook (deceased)

child:
Cecil Albert Cook

child:
Luetta Sarah Cook

child:
Gordon LeRoy Cook