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Frank Lincoln Moore

Clergyman

Frank Lincoln Moore, American clergyman. Mason.

Background

Moore, Frank Lincoln was born on July 18, 1866 in Olivet, Michigan, United States. Son of Merritt and Mary A. (Wright) Moore.

Education

University of Michigan, 1890-1891. Graduate Chicago Theological Seminary, 1897, Doctor of Divinity same 1920. Post-graduate University of Minnesota, 1898-1899.

Career

Ordained Congleton ministry, 1892. Pastor Oak Park Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1897-1899, Edgerton. Wisconsin, 1899-1902, New London, Wisconsin, 1902-1905, 1st Church, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 1905-1913.

Superintendent Congressional Home Missionary Society, Colorado and Utah, 1913-1918. Superintendent Colorado Congressional Conference, 1913-1918. Vice president Home Missions Council of Colorado, 1916-1917.

Advisory head Denver Congressional City Missionary Society, 1913-1918. National secretary of missions Congressional Home Missionary Society, New York City, 1918-1926. Secretary Congressional Church Extension Bds., Western Division, since 1926.

Chaplain Wyoming House of Representatives, 1911. Incorporator, 1910, and 1st president Wyoming Children’s Home Finding Society.

Membership

Mason.

Connections

Married Coral E. Leigh, July 9, 1891. Children: Alice, Austin Leigh, Roger Wright.

father:
Merritt Moore

mother:
Mary A. (Wright) Moore

spouse:
Coral E. Leigh

child:
Alice Moore

child:
Austin Leigh Moore

child:
Roger Wright Moore