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Clergyman

Charles Copeland Smith, British clergyman. Member Pi Gamma Museum; Mason.

Background

Smith, Charles Copeland was born on May 30, 1878 in Leicester, England. Son of Thomas and Eliza (Copeland) Smith.

Education

Master of Arts, Owen’s College, Manchester, 1901. Bachelor of Divinity, Didsbury Theological College, 1904.

Career

Ordained Methodist ministry, 1900. Assistant to Doctor Hugh Price Hughes, sociologist, London, 1903-1907, to Doctor F. L. Wiseman, Birmingham, 1907-1910. Came to the United States, 1922.

Pastor Salem, South Dakot, and Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Engaged in the promotion of Neighbor Guild (Chicago). also president. President American Institute of Moral Hygiene.

Received King’s medal and thanks of Parliament, 1919, for establishment and supervision of war relief work, Isle of Manitoba.

Membership

Member Pi Gamma Museum. Mason.; Clubs: Press, City.

Connections

Married Caroline Emma Riley, of Heanor, Derbyshire, August 7, 1907.

father:
Thomas Smith

mother:
Eliza (Copeland) Smith

spouse:
Caroline Emma Riley