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Clergyman

Clarence Mason Gallup, American clergyman. Member N.E. Baptist History Society, S.A.R., Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Delta Theta.; Member New York Q.

Background

Gallup, Clarence Mason was born on October 2, 1874 in Norwich, Connecticut, United States. Son of Loren Aborn and Elizabeth Hooker (Kinney) Gallup.

Education

Graduate Norwich Free Academy, 1891. Bachelor of Arts, Brown University, 1896. Bachelor of Divinity, Divinity School University of Chicago, 1900.

Doctor of Divinity, Brown University, 1915.

Career

1 son, Frederick Sherer. Ordained ministry Baptist Church, 1900. Pastor Second Church, Southington, Connecticut, 1900-1901.

Assistant pastor Emmanuel Church, Albany, New York, 1901-1903. Pastor First Church, New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1904-1911, Central Church, Providence, Rhode Island, 1911-1931. Recording secretary Ministers and Missionaries Benefit Board, 1927-1944.

Recording secretary Northern Baptist Convention, 1928-1946.

Membership

Member N.E. Baptist History Society, S.A.R., Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Delta Theta. Member New York Q.; Clubs: Quill, Republican (White Plains, New York Wrote: (dramas) Conscience—Freedom.

Connections

Married Mary Alice Hovey, June 28, 1899.

father:
Loren Aborn Gallup

mother:
Elizabeth Hooker (Kinney) Gallup

spouse:
Mary Alice Hovey