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Charles Herbert Morgan

Clergyman

Charles Herbert Morgan, American clergyman.

Background

Morgan, Charles Herbert was born on November 13, 1852 in in Oakland Company, Michigan, United States. Son of Hiram and Mary (De Witt) Morgan.

Education

Albion (Michigan) College, 1873-1874. Bachelor of Arts, Northwestern University, 1877, A.M., 1880. Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Boston University, 1879, Doctor of Philosophy., 1882.

Career

1 son, Leslie Webster (deceased). Married second, Mistress Victoria Wellman, January 29, 1921. Ordained Mechanical Engineering ministry, 1879.

Pastor at Marquette, Michigan, 1879-1881, Fowlerville, 1881-1882, Romeo, 1882-1884, East Saginaw, 1884-1887, Adrian, 1887-1889, West Bay City, 1889-1891, Howell, 1891-1895, Vassar, 1895-1897, Saginaw, 1897-1899, Cass City, 1899-1901, Rochester, 1901-1902. Associated with Bible study department Epworth League, Chicago, 1902-1903. Assistant editorial secretary Open Door communications of Methodist Episcopal Church, New York, 1903-1905.

Assistant editorial secretary Missionary Education Movement, New York, 1905-1918. Special writer in Centenary Committee of Methodist Episcopal Church, New York, 1918-1920. Secretary Missionary Prayer League, Brooklyn, 1920-1921.

Special Biblical writer and editor, with University of Oxford Press, New York, 1922-1928. Associate pastor E. Grand Boul. Church, Detroit, 1928-1932.

President Brotherhood Retired Preachers, Detroit Conference A founder Epworth League, Cleveland, O., May 1889. Author: Studies in the Old Testament, 1905. Scholar’s Edition of the Bagster Bible, 1906.

The Psalms as Daily Companions, 1919. John, the Interpreter of Christ, 1921. A Year’s Bible Course, 1925.

Young Folks’ Edition of Bible, 1927. Forty Market Mushrooms of America, 1938. Home: Fenton, Mich.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Studies in the Old Testament, 1905. Scholar’s Edition of the Bagster Bible, 1906. The Psalms as Daily Companions, 1919.John, the Interpreter of Christ, 1921. A Year’s Bible Course, 1925. Young Folks’ Edition of Bible, 1927.Forty Market Mushrooms of America, 1938.

Connections

Married Emma Webster, June 22, 1887 (died 1918).; married second, Mistress.

father:
Hiram Morgan

mother:
Mary (De Witt) Morgan

spouse:
Emma Webster

spouse:
Mistress