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Eugene Clayton Carder

Clergyman

Eugene Clayton Carder, British clergyman. Club: Men’s Faculty (Columbia University).

Background

Carder, Eugene Clayton was born on December 11, 1881 in Liverpool, Nova Scoti. Son of Richard and Maria Elizabeth (Leadbetter) Carder.

Education

Graduate Colby Academy, New London, N.H., 1903. Bachelor of Philosophy, Brown U., Providence, R.R., 1907, Doctor of Divinity, 1935. Doctor of Divinity, Colgate University, 1928.

Student Rochester Theological Seminary, 1907-1910.

Career

Bergfels (Mistress Henry Horns). Came to the United States, 1885, naturalized, 1911. Ordained ministry Baptist Church, 1910.

Pastor Cuba, New York, 1910-1917, 1st Church, Morristown, New Jersey, 1917-1919. Associate pastor Fifth Avenue Church, New York City, 1919-1922 (church moved in 1922, and named Park Avenue Church, again moved 1930, named Riverside Church). Riverside Church, 1930-1943.

Trustee Colgate-Rochester Divinity School. Director New York Baptist City Mission Society. President of the board directors, Wiltwyck School for Boys, Inc.

Member board education, Northern Baptist Convention.

Membership

Club: Men’s Faculty (Columbia University).

Connections

Married Jean DeWitt Bergfels, September 19, 1910.

father:
Richard Carder

mother:
Maria Elizabeth (Leadbetter) Carder

spouse:
Jean DeWitt Bergfels