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Clergyman

Frank Herbert Stevenson, American clergyman. member board directors Princeton Theological Seminary, 1927-1929; Mason.

Background

Stevenson, Frank Herbert was born on April 15, 1883 in Grand Island, Nebraska, United States. Son of Andrew Lloyd (Doctor of Medicine and Florence Adelaide (Israel) S.

Education

Student Pomona College, 1901-1902. Graduate Princeton Theological Seminary, 1911. Doctor of Divinity, Hanover (Indiana) College, 1920.

Career

In telephone and electric light business on Pacific Coast, 1902-1908, missionary to Fort Peck Indian Reservation, La Plata, Montana, 1909. Minister Free Church, St. Andrews, Scotland, 1910. Ordained ministry Presbyterian Church United States of America, 1911.

Associate minister First Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1911-1915. Minister Church of the Covenant, Cincinnati, 1915-1928. President of the board of trustees Lane Theological Seminary, 1925-1928.

Member board directors Princeton Theological Seminary, 1927-1929. An organizer and member of the board of control Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, 1929, and lecturer on pastoral theology same, since 1929, also president of the board of trustees.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Tracts for the Times (sermons printed and circulated by Church of the Covenant).

Membership

Member board directors Princeton Theological Seminary, 1927-1929.

Connections

Married Mary Shillito, October 23, 1917. Children: Frank Herbert, Mary Shillito.

father:
Andrew Lloyd Stevenson

spouse:
Mary Shillito

child:
Frank Herbert Stevenson

child:
Mary Shillito Stevenson