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Duncan Hodge Browne

Clergyman

Duncan Hodge Browne, American clergyman. Decorated for gallantry in action. Served as chaplain, captain with 305th Infantry, 77th Division Advertising Educational Foundation, France, 1917-1919.; Member Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Background

Browne, Duncan Hodge was born on October 31, 1879 in Orange, New Jersey, United States. Son of Thomas Prossor and Sarah (Hodge) Browne.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Columbia, 1905, post-graduate, 1906, honorary S.T.D., 1923. Student General Theological Seminary and Union Theological Seminary, 1905-1908.

Career

Ordained deacon Protestant Episcopal Church, 1908, priest, 1909. Vicar Bronx Church House, New York City, 1908-1910. Rector Christ Church, New Brighton, New York, 1910-1921.

Dean Saint John’s Cathedral, Denver, 1921-1924. Rector Saint James’ Church, Chicago, 1924-1950, retired. Rector St. Peter’s, Winanno, 1950-1952.

Trustee Saint Luke’s Hospital.

Membership

Served as chaplain, captain with 305th Infantry, 77th Division Advertising Educational Foundation, France, 1917-1919. Member Delta Kappa Epsilon. Clubs: University (Chicago).

Connections

Married Alice Bell Lester, July 12, 1911. Children: Lester, Duncan Hodge.

father:
Thomas Prossor Browne

mother:
Sarah (Hodge) Browne

spouse:
Alice Bell Lester

child:
Lester Browne

child:
Duncan Hodge Browne