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Charles Edward Beals

Clergyman

Charles Edward Beals, American clergyman. member peace congresses at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, London, etc.

Background

Beals, Charles Edward was born on July 15, 1869 in Stoughton, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Charles Emery and Susan (Fisher) Beals.

Education

Student mechanic engineering 4 years, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Graduate Drew Theological Seminary, 1892.

Career

Entered Mechanical Engineering ministry, 1892. Pastor Mansfield. Massachusetts, 1892-1896. Entered Congressional ministry, 1896.

Assistant pastor E. Boston, Massachusetts, 1896-1897. Pastor Stoneham, 1897-1900, 2d Church, Greenfield, 1900-1903. Prospect St. Church, Cambridge, 1903-1908.

Field secretary American Peace Society, 1908-1912. Director Central-West. Department American Peace Society, 1912-1914.

Secretary Chicago Peace Society, 1910-1914. Secretary Free-Religious Association of America, 1914-1915. Pastor Church of the Unity, Worcester, 1915-1917, Congressional Church, Conway, N.H., 1920-1922, South Main St. Church, Manchester, N.H., 1922-1929, East Congressional Church, Taunton, Massachusetts, since 1929.

Contributing editor Unity. 1912-1929; with The Nation, 1919. Organized 2d National Peace Congress, Chicago, 1909.

Reorganized Chicago Peace Society, 1910. Member peace congresses at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, London, etc. Conferences for the judicial settlement of international disputes, Washington and Cincinnati.

Lake Mohonk arbitration conferences, 1908, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13. Secretary Sagamore Sociological Conference, 1907-1909. Chairman Commision on Social Service, N.H. Congressional Conference, 1921-1923.

Moderator N.H. Congressional Conference, 1928. Was captain 1st Company Infantry, Massachusetts Provisional Militia, 1898. Chaplain 5th Infantry, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 1899-1901.

Editor: Proceedings of Second National Peace Congress, Chicago, 1909, and various other reports. Home: East Taunton, Mass.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Proceedings of Second National Peace Congress, Chicago, 1909, and various other reports.

Membership

Member peace congresses at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, London, etc.

Connections

Married Nellie Vernon Drake, June 30, 1892 (died 1929). Children: Helen Drake (deceased), Charles Edward, Mary Lunn (Mistress Carroll C. Hubbard), Robert Vernon.

father:
Charles Emery Beals

mother:
Susan (Fisher) Beals

spouse:
Nellie Vernon Drake

child:
Helen Drake Beals (deceased)

child:
Mary Lunn Beals (Mistress Carroll C. Hubbard)

child:
Charles Edward Beals

child:
Robert Vernon Beals