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Clifford Philip Case

Clergyman

Clifford Philip Case, American clergyman. Member Board of Supts. New Brunswick Theological Seminary; member Board of Domestic Missions of Reformed Church in America; member Dutchess County Board of Child Welfare; member Corporation of Pringle Memorial Home, Poughkeepsie. Camp pastor, Camp Merritt, New Jersey, 1918.

Background

Case, Clifford Philip was born on October 22, 1873 in Jersey City, New Jersey, United States. Son of Philip and Amanda V. (Edwards) Case.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Rutgers College, 1897, A.M., 1900. Grad New Brunswick Theological Seminary, 1900. (Doctor of Divinity, Hope College.

Michigan, 1916).

Career

Ordained ministry Reformed (Dutch) Church in America, 1900. Assistant pastor West End Collegiate Church, New York, 1900-1902. Pastor Six-Mile Run, Franklin Park, New Jersey, 1902-1907.

Pastor First Church, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1907-1914, when the First and Second Reformed chs. of Poughkeepsie merged into the Reformed Dutch Church of Poughkeepsie, of which was pastor, January since 1914. Permanent clerk General Synod of Reformed Church in America, June since 1915.

Membership

Member Board of Supts. New Brunswick Theological Seminary. Member Board of Domestic Missions of Reformed Church in America.

Member Dutchess County Board of Child Welfare. Member Corporation of Pringle Memorial Home, Poughkeepsie. Camp pastor, Camp Merritt, New Jersey, 1918.

Connections

Married Jeannette McAlpin Benedict, December 9, 1902.

father:
Philip Case

mother:
Amanda V. (Edwards) Case

spouse:
Jeannette McAlpin Benedict