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Clergyman

Fletcher Douglas Parker, American clergyman. Served with Young Men’s Christian Association, World War. Trustee of Brightlook Hospital and Vermont Congressional Home, Inc.; Member Peacham History Society, Phi Delta Theta, Gargoyle (Williams). Indiana; Club: Stevens Valley Men’s.

Background

Parker, Fletcher Douglas was born on July 30, 1888 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. Son of Hazen Merrill and Julia Tilden (Douglas) Parker.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Williams, 1911. Bachelor of Divinity, Hartford (Connecticut) Theological Seminary, 1915.

Career

Victoria Johanson, July 18, 1953. Minister Trinitarian Congressional Church, New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1915-1919. Secretary City Missionary Society, Boston, Massachusetts, 1919-1927.

Minister Immanuel Congressional Church, Hartford, 1927-1956.

Membership

Served with Young Men’s Christian Association, World War. Trustee of Brightlook Hospital and Vermont Congressional Home, Inc. Member Peacham History Society, Phi Delta Theta, Gargoyle (Williams).

Indiana; Club: Stevens Valley Men’s.

Connections

Married Katharine Lewis Ordway, April.; married second.; children: Douglas Ordway, Scudder Merrill, Marjorie Frances, Helen Ordway (deceased), Fletcher Van Gorder.

father:
Hazen Merrill Parker

mother:
Julia Tilden (Douglas) Parker

spouse:
Katharine Lewis Ordway

child:
Douglas Ordway Parker

child:
Scudder Merrill Parker

child:
Marjorie Frances Parker

child:
Helen Ordway Parker (deceased)

child:
Fletcher Van Gorder Parker