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Clergyman , educator

Clinton Tyler Wood, American clergyman, educator.

Background

Wood, Clinton Tyler was born on January 15, 1869 in Carlisle, Ohio, United States. Son of Francis Marion and Martha Jane (VanTuyl) Wood.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1892, Master of Arts, 1893. Graduate Princeton Theological Seminary, 1897. Studied University of Chicago, 1917. Kennedy School of Missions, Hartford, Connecticut, 1923-1924. Graduate study Kennedy School of Missions, 1926-1928.

Career

Teacher Princeton Preparatory School, 1892-1895. Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1898. Principal Missionary Training College, Wellington, Cape Piovince, South Africa, 1898-1909, also professor of history, 1898-1913.

Severance professor of missions, College of Wooster, Wooster, O., 1912-1926. Secretary Naval Y.M. C.A., Cape May, 1918. Chairman United War Work Campaign, Ohio colleges, 1918.

Chairman of the Board College Hall Social Settlement, Wooster, 1913-1923.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Studies in the Life of Peter, the Apostle, 1902. Een Stroom en een Banier, een Voorlezing.

Connections

Married Jennie Stoddard Clark (died 1914). Children: Clinton Tyler, Francis Clark, Richard Harvey, David Bernard (deceased).

father:
Francis Marion Wood

mother:
Martha Jane (VanTuyl) Wood

spouse:
Jennie Stoddard Clark

child:
Clinton Tyler Wood

child:
Francis Clark Wood

child:
Richard Harvey Wood

child:
David Bernard Wood (deceased)