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Dwight Mallory Pratt

Clergyman

Dwight Mallory Pratt, American clergyman. member American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.

Background

Pratt, Dwight Mallory was born on April 18, 1852 in West Cornwall, Connecticut, United States. Son of Ezra Dwight and Anna Aurelia (Rood) Pratt.

Education

Graduate Williston Seminary, Easthampton, Massachusetts, 1870. Bachelor of Arts, Amherst, 1876, Master of Arts, 1888. Graduate Hartford Theological Seminary, 1880.

(Doctor of Divinity, Marietta, 1901).

Career

Ordained Congregational ministry, 1880. Pastor Higganum (Connecticut) Church, 1880-1888, Pilgrim Church, Pueblo, Colorado, 1888-1889, Williston Church, Portland, Maine, 1890-1897. Minister in charge, Eliot Church, Roxbury, Boston, winter of 1897-1898.

Pastor Walnut Hills Church, Cincinnati, 1900-1914, Housatonic Church, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, 1914-1919. Field representative at Cleveland, O., of Pilgrim Memorial Fund (Congressional) in Ohio and Michigan, 1919-1920. Field representative Piedmont College, Demorest, Georgia, since 1920.

Corporate member American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Trustee Miami Congressional Association. Moderator Congressional Conference of Ohio, 1904, and director, 1902-1913.

State secretary Congressional Church Building Society for Ohio, 1900-1914. Director Western Tract Society, Cincinnati, 1909-1912, Lincoln Memorial University, Tennessee, 1907-1909. Moderator S. Berkshire Association, 1915-1918.

Author: A Decade of Christian Endeavor, 1891. Compiler and editor Scripture Readings for responsive services, 1915. Editorial writer for religious weeklies.

Home: Cleveland, O.

Membership

Member American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.

Connections

Married Martha Augusta Rood, October 11, 1882.

father:
Ezra Dwight Pratt

mother:
Anna Aurelia (Rood) Pratt

spouse:
Martha Augusta Rood