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Clergyman

Charles Conant Harriman, American clergyman.

Background

Harriman, Charles Conant was born on June 2, 1876 in Somerville, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Charles Franklin and Mary White (Conant) Harriman.

Education

Graduate Boston Latin School, 1893. Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1897. Bachelor of Divinity, Cambridge Episcopal Theological School, 1905.

Career

Deceased). Deacon and priest Protestant Episcopal Church, 1905. Curate St. George’s Church, New York, 1905-1907. Rector St. Ann’s Church, Morrisania, Bronx, New York, 1907-1912, Saint Peter’s Church, Albany, New York, 1912-1939, rector emeritus, 1939, archdeacon of Albany, 1926-1927.

President Standing Connecticut Diocese of Albany, 1930-1936, trustee, 1915-1939. Trustee William Croswell Doane Fund, 1920-1937, Albany Diocese Foundation, 1922-1939. Chairman Diocesan Committee on Pension Fund, 1926-1937.

Membership

Clubs: Torch (president 1933), Eau Gallie Yacht.

Connections

Married Edith Lee Wells, November 25, 1908 (died 1911).; married second, Mary Hilliard Phillips, January 18, 1916. Children: Florence Conant, Mary Wells.

father:
Charles Franklin Harriman

mother:
Mary White (Conant) Harriman

spouse:
Edith Lee Wells

spouse:
Mary Hilliard Phillips

child:
Florence Conant Harriman

child:
Mary Wells Harriman