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Clergyman

David Claiborne Garrett, American clergyman. member of General Committee of Church Congress. Protestant of Episcopal Church, since 1907. Chaplain of 1st Regiment Oregon National Guard, 1897-1898; member of Public Library Commission, Seattle, 1895-1896 (chairman 1897).

Background

Garrett, David Claiborne was born on December 23, 1857 in Burlington, Iowa, United States. Son of William and Martha (Rorer) Garrett.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Griswold College, Davenport, Iowa, 1880, A.M., 1881. European correspondent of Living Church, 1880. Special student of Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1881-1882.

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1882. Bachelor of Divinity, Griswold Theological Seminary, 1883.

Career

Deacon, 1880, priest, 1883, Protestant Episcopal Church. Rector united parishes Trinity and Christ Church, Davenport, Iowa, 1883-1890, St. Mark’s Church, Seattle, Washington, 1890-1897, Trinity Church, Portland, Oregon, 1897-1899, St. Luke’s Church, San Francisco, 1899-1900, Zion Church, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, 1900-1903, Church of the Redeemer, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, 1903-1906, St. Peter’s Church, St. Louis, 1906-1912, Trinity Church, and student-pastor of Episcopal Church University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, 1913-1917. Special preacher St. Michael’s Church, Marblehead, Massachusetts, February 1, 1918-May 1, 1919, St. Peter’s Church, Cambridge, May-November 1919, Department General of Convention Protestant Episcopal Church, 1895, 98, 1910.

Member of General Committee of Church Congress. Protestant of Episcopal Church, since 1907. Chaplain of 1st Regiment Oregon National Guard, 1897-1898.

Veterinaryof National Guard rank of captain Organizer, and president of bureau of Charities, Seattle, 1891-1897. Member of Public Library Commission, Seattle, 1895-1896 (chairman 1897). President of Dickens.

Membership

Member of General Committee of Church Congress. Protestant of Episcopal Church, since 1907. Chaplain of 1st Regiment Oregon National Guard, 1897-1898.

Member of Public Library Commission, Seattle, 1895-1896 (chairman 1897).

Connections

Married to Lily Selmes, September 1, 1883. Children: Lucy May, Claiborne Mauro, Jackson Russell.

father:
William Garrett

mother:
Martha (Rorer) Garrett

spouse:
Lily Selmes

child:
Lucy May Garrett

child:
Claiborne Mauro Garrett

child:
Jackson Russell Garrett