Charles Rubein Matlock, American clergyman. Mason (K.T.); member Order Eastern Star.
Matlock, Charles Rubein was born on February 5, 1888 in Beech Bluff, Tennessee, United States. Son of Review Charles Nick and Caroline (Buck) Matlock.
Student Bethel College, McKenzie, Tennessee, 1905-1907. Union U., Jackson, Tennessee, 1907-1911. New York Biblical Seminary, 1921.
Doctor of Divinity, Peoples National U., Atlanta, Georgia., 1922, Doctor of Laws, 1923.
1 son, Charles R.; married second Mistress Lucille Wallace Allen, June 27, 1952. Ordained ministry Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1908. Pastor successively Beech Bluff, Tennessee, Odessa, Missouri, Evansville, Indiana, and Cleveland, Tennessee, until 1924.
Pastor Central Church, Memphis, Tennessee, 1924-1931, First Church, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1931-1934, 1st Church, Columbus, Mississippi, 1934-1936. Pastor First Church, South Pittsburg, Tennessee, 1936-1943, Edgefield Church, Nashville, Tennessee, from 1943. Moderator General Assembly, 1946.
Organizer, 1924, Young People’s General Assembly Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Editor of first young people’s literature adopted by the Assembly.
Mason (K.T.); member Order Eastern Star.
Married Mary Francis Douglass, December 6, 1911.; married second Mistress.