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Charles Henry Haines

theologian

Charles Henry Haines, American theologian. Served as deputy postmaster, Pana, Illinois, and as deputy collector internal revenue, also as teacher and principal schools and instructor DePauw University; Member National Education Association, Ohio Society of Georgia (vice president), Phi Gamma Delta (secretary Atlanta Alumni Association; Club: Tuesday Evening.

Background

Haines, Charles Henry was born on July 26, 1851 in Hillsboro, Ohio, United States. Son of Edgar Wills and Rachel H. (Fisher) Haines.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, DePauw University, 1877, Doctor of Divinity, 1907. Bachelor of Divinity, Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, New Jersey, 1880.

Career

Served as deputy postmaster, Pana, Illinois, and as deputy collector internal revenue, also as teacher and principal schools and instructor DePauw University. Ordained Mechanical Engineering ministry, 1880. Pastor Wright Chapel, Cincinnati, O., 1880-1882, Grosbeck, 1883-1884, Delhi, 1885-1889, Broadway Church, Dayton, 1890-1892, Franklin, 1893-1896, Monroe, 1897, Blanchester, 1898-1900, Eaton, 1900-1902, Mechanicsburg, 1903-1905, Greenville, 1905-1906.

Professor sacred rhetoric and director of research, Gammon Theological Seminary, Atlanta, Georgia., 1907-1923.

Membership

Served as deputy postmaster, Pana, Illinois, and as deputy collector internal revenue, also as teacher and principal schools and instructor DePauw University. Member National Education Association, Ohio Society of Georgia (vice president), Phi Gamma Delta (secretary Atlanta Alumni Association. Club: Tuesday Evening.

Connections

Married Olive C. Bruner, of Jeffersonville, Indiana, August 26, 1880 (died June 10, 1923). Children: Marie Bruner, Mistress Ruth Clark, Mistress Helen Hunt Rowell.

father:
Edgar Wills Haines

mother:
Rachel H. (Fisher) Haines

spouse:
Olive C. Bruner

child:
Marie Bruner Haines

child:
Mistress Ruth Clark Haines

child:
Mistress Helen Hunt Rowell Haines