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David Kitzmiller Barnwell

clergyman.

David Kitzmiller Barnwell, American clergyman. Member Union Theological Seminary Alumni Association (president 1953-1955), Athenaeum of Summit (president 1939-1968), English-Speaking Union Kappa Chi.

Background

Barnwell, David Kitzmiller was born on October 7, 1900 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Allen Yost and Julia (Kitzmiller) Barnwell.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of California at Berkeley, 1923. Bachelor of Divinity, Union Theological Seminary, New York City, 1928. Student of University Edinburgh, 1928-1929.

Doctor of Divinity, Hillsdale College, 1946.

Career

Ordained to ministry Baptist Church, 1928. Associate secretary Young Men’s Christian Association, University of California, 1923-1924. Pastor First Baptist Church, successor Christ Church, Summit, New Jersey, 1929-1968, minister emeritus, 1969-1982.

Summer chaplain Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, summers, 1943-1945. National Council Churches interchange preacher to Britain, 1959, chairman interchange committee. Lecturer Baptist polity Union Theological Seminary, 1959-1970.

Board of directors Union Theological Seminary, 1953-1957, 58-70, director emeritus, since 1970.

Membership

Member Union Theological Seminary Alumni Association (president 1953-1955), Athenaeum of Summit (president 1939-1968), English-Speaking Union Kappa Chi.

Connections

Married Madeline Buzzell, July 1960.

father:
Allen Yost Barnwell

mother:
Julia (Kitzmiller) Barnwell

spouse:
Madeline Buzzell