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Charles Larew Mead

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Charles Larew Mead, American bishop. Served with Young Men’s Christian Association in France 6 months, World War.; Mason.

Background

Mead, Charles Larew was born on July 20, 1868 in Vienna, New Jersey, United States. Son of Joshua and Alice A. (Hough) Mead.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, New York University, 1896. Doctor of Divinity, Syracuse, 1907, University of Colorado, 1927. Doctor of Laws, University of Denver, 1920.

Career

Ordained Mechanical Engineering ministry, 1895. Pastor Rutherford, New Jersey, 1895-1899, Hoboken, New Jersey, 1899-1904, Newark, 1904-1908, Hoboken, 1908-1909, Baltimore, Maryland., 1909-1913, New York City, 1913-1914, Trinity Church, Denver, Colorado, 1914-1920. Bishop Methodist Episcopal Church, May 20, since 1920, Denver Area, 1920-1932, Kansas City Area, 1932-1939.

Bishop South Central Jurisdiction, Methodist Church, since 1939.

Membership

Served with Young Men’s Christian Association in France 6 months, World War.

Connections

Married Eleanor M. Smith, June 10, 1896. Children: Winifred Marcena, Eleanor Charlene, Marion Salome, Charles L., Robert Smith.

father:
Joshua Mead

mother:
Alice A. (Hough) Mead

spouse:
Eleanor M. Smith

child:
Winifred Marcena Mead

child:
Eleanor Charlene Mead

child:
Marion Salome Mead

child:
Charles L. Mead

child:
Robert Smith Mead