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Clergyman

Edward Strong Worcester, American clergyman.

Background

Worcester, Edward Strong was born on April 14, 1876 in South Orange, New Jersey, United States. Son of Review John Hopkins and Harriet Williams (Strong) Worcester.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1896. Bachelor of Divinity, Hartford Theological Seminary, 1901. Graduate student Berlin U. and Hartford Theological Seminary.

Doctor of Divinity, Rutgers, 1924.

Career

Teacher Princeton (New Jersey) Preparatory School, 1896-1897. Instructor in Latin, Princeton, 1897-1898. Assistant pastor Broadway Congressional Church, Norwich, Connecticut, 1903-1906, pastor, 1906-1918.

Pastor First Congressional Church, Madison, Wisconsin, 1918-1922, Bellows Falls, Vermont, 1923. Professor systematic theology, Seminary of Reformed Church in America, New Brunswick, New Jersey, since 1924. Also associate librarian Gardner A. Sage Library, 1925-1935.

Connections

Married Mary Greenman, October 12, 1909. Children: Richard Lyman, Harriet Loring.

father:
Review John Hopkins Worcester

mother:
Harriet Williams (Strong) Worcester

spouse:
Mary Greenman

child:
Richard Lyman Worcester

child:
Harriet Loring Worcester