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Charles Martyr Hawkins

Clergyman

Charles Martyr Hawkins, American clergyman. Mason (K.T.).

Background

Hawkins, Charles Martyr was born on April 25, 1858 in Glasgow, Missouri, United States. Son of Oscar Dunreath and Frances Ann (Martyr) Hawkins.

Education

State Normal School, Warrensburg, Missouri. (Doctor of Divinity, University of Missouri, 1897).

Career

Entered ministry Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1880. Pastor Pleasant Hill, Missouri, Washington St. Church, Kansas City, Boonville, Independence, Walnut St., Central, and Troost Avenue chs., Kansas City, Trinity Church, Baltimore, Greene Memorial Church, Roanoke, Virginia, Cabanne Church, St. Louis, Lafayette Park Church, St. Louis. Presiding elder St. Louis, Charleston, Jackson (Missouri) districts, since 1911.

Delaware Ecumenical Conference, Toronto, Canada, 1911. President Missouri Anti-Saloon League, 1910-1914.

Membership

Mason (K.T.).

Connections

Married Mary Agnes Mathews, of Kansas City, June 28, 1883.

father:
Oscar Dunreath Hawkins

mother:
Frances Ann (Martyr) Hawkins

spouse:
Mary Agnes Mathews