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Clergyman , educator

Ervin Edward Stringfellow, American educator, clergyman. Member Am Association University professors, History Society of Disciples of Christ, Phi Beta Kappa, Eta Sigma Phi.; Member Christian Church (ordained. 1909, elder since 1922; Club: University.

Background

Stringfellow, Ervin Edward was born on February 28, 1884 in Rose Hill, Iowa, United States. Son of Granvill and Florence Ann (Bacon) Stringfellow.

Education

Student Penn College, 1903-1904, Bachelor of Arts, Drake U., 1909, A.M., 1911. Fellow in classics, Princeton University, 1911-1914. Student of University of Chicago, summer 1915.

Career

Teacher, Iowa, 1900-1903. Instructor in Greek, Drake U., 1907-1909, assistant professor in classics, 1909-1911, assistant professor Biblical theology, 1914, 15, associate professor church history, 1915-1919, professor of New Testament language and literature, 1919-1950, retired since 1950. Chairman Bible College faculty committee, 1949, 50.

Instructor in classics, Princeton University, 1911-1913. Organizer American Sunday School Union, summers 1904, 05. Teacher Polk Company Sunday School Institute since 1925.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Gospels Translation Harmony and Annotations, 1943. Acts and Epistles Translation and Annotations, 1945. Bethany Bible-Teacher, 1930-1936.

Membership

Member Am Association University professors, History Society of Disciples of Christ, Phi Beta Kappa, Eta Sigma Phi. Member Christian Church (ordained. 1909, elder since 1922.

Club: University.

Connections

Married Myrtle M. Blake, June 22, 1909. Children: Wilma V., Ervin R., Helen L. (Mistress Raymond G. Hughes), Granvill B. Public school.

father:
Granvill Stringfellow

mother:
Florence Ann (Bacon) Stringfellow

spouse:
Myrtle M. Blake

child:
Wilma V. Stringfellow

child:
Ervin R. Stringfellow

child:
Helen L. Stringfellow (Mistress Raymond G. Hughes)

child:
Granvill B.