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Clergyman

Elmer Everett Gabbard, American clergyman. Rotarian.

Background

Gabbard, Elmer Everett was born on October 9, 1880 in Ricetown, Kentucky, United States. Son of John L. and Jaley (Reynolds) Gabbard.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Berea College, 1913. Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Louisville 1916. Bachelor of Divinity, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, 1916.

Doctor of Divinity, King College, 1927.

Career

Mary W. (Mistress Clarence Maggard). Ordained to ministry Presbyterian Church, 1916. Pastor in Kentucky, Tennessee, 1913-1936.

Director, minister Buckhorn (Kentucky) Association services, 1936-1956. Retired, 1956, now serving in special church ministry commissioner to General Assembly Presbyterian Church United States of America, 1918, 42. Delegate Stewardship Conference, Edinburg, Scotland, 1932.

Moderator Synod of Kentucky, 1952. Republican candidate for Congress, 7th district Kentucky, 1942. Trustee Berea College, 1918-1960.

Board directors Maryville College, 1930-1940, Louisville Presbyterian Seminary, 1928-1938.

Membership

Rotarian.

Connections

Married Myrtle Ward, June 30, 1910. Children: Agnes (Mistress R. J. Kirby), Elmer Everett (deceased 1943), Mary W. (Mistress Clarence Maggard).

father:
John L. Gabbard

mother:
Jaley (Reynolds) Gabbard

spouse:
Myrtle Ward

child:
Mary W. Gabbard (Mistress Clarence Maggard)

child:
Elmer Everett Gabbard (deceased 1943)

child:
Agnes Gabbard (Mistress R. J. Kirby)