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Ernest Cramer Mobley

Clergyman

Ernest Cramer Mobley, American clergyman. Served with Young Men’s Christian Association in France, World War. Delaware to World’s Missionary Conference, Washington, District of Columbia, 1925; member Commission Evangelism, World Peace and Christian Citizenship, International Society Christian Endeavor.; Served as; member board Arkansas Christian Missions.; Mason ( Knights Templar, Shriner); member O.E.S.

Background

Mobley, Ernest Cramer was born on October 31, 1878 in Monroe, Georgia, United States. Son of William Thomas and Elizabeth E. (Guthrie) Mobley.

Education

Educated University of Kentucky and College of the Bible, Lexington, Kentucky. Graduate study, Columbia and Oxford, England.

Career

Ordained ministry Christian (Disciples) Church, 1900. Pastor successively Rome, Georgia, Southampton, England, Winnipeg, Canada, Gainesville, Texas, Amarillo, Texas, until 1920. Lyceum lecturer, 1920-1921.

Pastor Central Church, Huntington, Indiana, 1921-1922, First Church, Oklahoma City, 1923-1932, became pastor First Church, Little Rock, 1932.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor Christian Evangelist, Dallas News, Atlanta Constitution, Kansas City Star.

Membership

Served with Young Men’s Christian Association in France, World War. Delaware to World’s Missionary Conference, Washington, District of Columbia, 1925. Member Commission Evangelism, World Peace and Christian Citizenship, International Society Christian Endeavor.

Served as; member board Arkansas Christian Missions. Mason ( Knights Templar, Shriner). Member O.E.S.; Clubs: Rotary (director), Men’s Dinner (vice president).

Connections

Married Elizabeth Irby, October 31, 1905. Children: Wilfred Irby, Ernest Cramer Alfred Wallace, Benjamin Irby.

father:
William Thomas Mobley

mother:
Elizabeth E. (Guthrie) Mobley

spouse:
Elizabeth Irby

child:
Wilfred Irby Mobley

child:
Ernest Cramer Alfred Wallace Mobley

child:
Benjamin Irby Mobley