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Clarence Augustus Vincent

Clergyman

Clarence Augustus Vincent, American clergyman. Mason.; Kiwanian.

Background

Vincent, Clarence Augustus was born on December 17, 1859 in Bainbridge, Ohio, United States. Son of Augustus Runnells and Lurancy Aurelia (Bonney) Vincent.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Oberlin, 1884. Bachelor of Divinity, Oberlin Theological Seminary, 1888. Post-graduate study, Yale, 1888-1889.

Doctor of Divinity, Hillsdale (Michigan) College, 1898.

Career

Ordained Congleton ministry, 1888. Pastor Sandusky, O., 1894-1898, Central Church, Galesburg, Illinois, 1898-1907, Eliot Church, Boston, 1907-1914, Mount Pleasant Church, Washington, District of Columbia, 1914-1917, First Church, Winter Park, Florida, 1917-1934, Miami Shores Community Church, 1934-1941, pastor emeritus since 1941. President Ohio Congressional Association, 1896, Illinois Congressional Association, 1900, Florida Congressional Association, 1921.

Member Committee on Missions,Congregational Churches of the United States 6 years, etc. Ex-president Parents Association of Public Schools (Boston). President World’s Scientific Association.

Also president Hungerford Industrial School for Negroes, Eatonville, Florida.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Acts of Modern Apostles, 1893. Providence in America, 1897. Night and the Stars, 1906.Associate editor The Christian at Work many years Contributor poems.

Membership

Mason.; Kiwanian.

Connections

Married Lucy Seymour Hall, November 14, 1888. Children: Hope Edith, Ruth, Helen Dorothy (Mistress Franklin C. McLean), Clarence Hall, Donald Chamberlain, Howard Paton.

father:
Augustus Runnells Vincent

mother:
Lurancy Aurelia (Bonney) Vincent

spouse:
Lucy Seymour Hall

child:
Helen Dorothy Vincent (Mistress Franklin C. McLean)

child:
Ruth Vincent

child:
Howard Paton Vincent

child:
Clarence Hall Vincent

child:
Hope Edith Vincent

child:
Donald Chamberlain Vincent