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Clergyman , educator , lecturer

Ezra Flavius Baker, American clergyman, educator, lecturer. Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Background

Baker, Ezra Flavius was born on March 18, 1869 in Morgantown, Kentucky, United States. Son of John and Mary Ann (Wood) Baker.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Missouri Valley College, Marshall, Missouri, 1898. Bachelor of Divinity, Cumberland U., Lebanon, Tennessee, 1901. Master of Arts, Columbia, 1904.

Bachelor of Divinity, Union Theological Seminary, 1905. Graduate student Columbia and Union Theological Seminary, 1905-1908. Doctor of Philosophy., Trinity U., Waxahachie, Texas, 1910.

Post-graduate work, University of Berlin, Germany, 1910-1911.

Career

Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1898. Pastor Harrisonville, Missouri, 1901-1903. Professor philosophy and Bible, Trinity U., 1908-1910.

Pastor 1st Church, Waxahachie, 1908-1909. President Waynesburg (Pennsylvania) College, 1912-1915.

Membership

Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Connections

Married Katherine Elizabeth Swisher, of Marshall, Missouri, October 24, 1899.

mother:
Mary Ann (Wood) Baker