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Floyd Leverne Carr

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Floyd Leverne Carr, American church official.

Background

Carr, Floyd Leverne was born on January 24, 1880 in Alfred, New York, United States. Son of Adelbert John and Alice F. (Green) Carr.

Education

Preparatory education, high school, Hornell, New York, 1897. Bachelor of Philosophy, Brown U., 1901. Bachelor of Divinity, Newton Theological Institution, 1906.

Career

ordained Baptist ministry, 1906. Pastor successively North Uxbridge, Massachusetts, Roslindale Church, Boston, First Church, Lynn, Massachusetts, and Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, until 1923. Field secretary Board of Missionary Coöperation, Northern Baptist Convention, 1923-1924.

Field secretary Department of Missionary Education, Northern Baptist Convention 1924-1945. Author: Survey for Baptist Pastors, 1920. (booklets) Missionary Heroes Courses, 1925.

Missionary Anniversary Programs for Sunday Schools, 1926. Founder of a chain of 30 boys’ camps to train boys for church leadership. Now retired. Home: 83 Merriam St., Lexington 73, Mass.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Survey for Baptist Pastors, 1920. (booklets) Missionary Heroes Courses, 1925. Missionary Anniversary Programs for Sunday Schools, 1926.Founder of a chain of 30 boys’ camps to train boys for church leadership. Now retired.

Connections

Married Florence Newell Lawton, June 13, 1906.

father:
Adelbert John Carr

mother:
Alice F. (Green) Carr

spouse:
Florence Newell Lawton