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Charles Eden Carroll

Clergyman

Charles Eden Carroll, American clergyman. Mason.

Background

Carroll, Charles Eden was born on June 25, 1877 in Waltsfield, Vermont, United States. Son of George Eden and Emily (Stackhouse) Carroll.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Morningside College, Iowa, 1905. Master of Arts, University of Nebraska, 1912. Doctor of Philisophy, University of Denver, 1914.

Career

Ordained Mechanical Engineering, ministry, 1909. Pastor Lincoln, Nebraska, 1910-1913. Denver, Colorado, 1913-1917.

With bureau of surveys of Board of Home Missions and Church Extension of Methodist Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, 1917-1919. Professor social sciences, School of Religious Edition and Social Service, Boston University, 1919-1927. Pastor chs. in Greater Boston, 1927-1931, Bryan Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church, Miami, Florida, 1931-1933, Tarpon Springs, 1933-1934, Grace Church, St. Petersburg, 1934-1938, Coronado Beach-New Smyrna, 1938-1939, Hastings 1939-1940.

Parrish St. Methodist Church, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, 1940-1945.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Political Parties and Our Presidents (pamphlet). Equitable Apportionments and Adequate Ministerial Support (brochure). The Community Survey in Relation to Church Efficiency, 3 edits.

Membership

Mason.

Connections

Married Blanche Elsie Kingery, February 12, 1906. Children: Dorothy Helen, Donald Kingery.

father:
George Eden Carroll

mother:
Emily (Stackhouse) Carroll

spouse:
Blanche Elsie Kingery

child:
Donald Kingery Carroll

child:
Dorothy Helen Carroll