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Francis John Barwell-Walker

Clergyman

Francis John Barwell-Walker, British clergyman. Fellow Philosophical Society England, 1914.; Mason.

Background

Barwell-Walker, Francis John was born on October 25, 1881 in London, England. Son of Thomas and Catherine (Barwell) Walker.

Education

Studied arts and theology, University of Durham, England. Came to America, 1909. Bachelor of Arts, Oskaloosa College, Iowa, 1910, Bachelor of Divinity, 1912, S.T.D., 1913.

A.M., Highland U., Kansas, 1912, Doctor of Philosophy, 1913. (Doctor of Divinity, Campbell U., Kansas, 1914. The Doctor of Letters, University of South Minnesota, 1914.

Master of Arts, Muskingum College, Ohio, 1915).

Career

First took up pharmacy and medicine, later drugless healing. Organist and lay preacher, 1896-1811, deacon, 1911, priest, 1912, Protestant Episcopal Church. Rector Ascension Church, Ontonagon, and St. George’s Church, Hancock, Michigan, 1911-1915.

Rector St. Mark’s Church, Chester, and vicar Holy Trinity Church, Murphysboro, Illinois, from 1915. Professor of Oskaloosa College, from 1915. Founder, 1910, and superior general American branch Guild of the Holy Ghost.

Membership

Fellow Philosophical Society England, 1914.

Connections

Married Amy Louisa Largen, of London, England., July 8, 1908.

father:
Thomas Walker

mother:
Catherine (Barwell) Walker

spouse:
Amy Louisa Largen