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Fred Eugene Hagin

Missionary

Fred Eugene Hagin, American missionary.

Background

Hagin, Fred Eugene was born on June 3, 1869 in Cambridge, Illinois, United States. Son of Dan and Cordovia G. (Owens) Hagin.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Eureka (Illinois) College, 1897, A.M. Studied Cotner U., Bethany, Nebraska. Passed state pharmaceutical examination, Nebraska 18S7.

Career

Ordained ministry, Disciples of Christ Church. Pastor in Iowa, Illinois, etc., for 22 years. Missionary to Japan, of United Christian Missionary Society, of Indianapolis, 1900-1922.

Opened work on Hachijo Island, founded East Tokyo Institute church in 1919. Pastor Figueroa Boul. Christian Church, Los Angeles, 1924-1929.

Executive field secretary California Christian College (now Chapman College), Los Angeles, 1929-1931. Field secretary United Christian Missionary Society of Indianapolis, 1931. Pastor Vermont Square Christian Church, Los Angeles, 1932-1934.

Director of Bible institutes. Chairman S.S. Committee of Federated Missions of Japan 3 years. Traveled and lectured widely in Japan and United States Author: The Cross in Japan, 1914.

His Appearing and His Kingdom, 1922. Home: Glendale, California.

Connections

Married Myrtle Edith Willett, April. Children: Edith G. (Mistress Jack Francis), Dan W., Fanny Alice (Mistress Mayer).

father:
Dan Hagin

mother:
Cordovia G. (Owens) Hagin

spouse:
Myrtle Edith Willett

child:
Edith G. Hagin (Mistress Jack Francis)

child:
Fanny Alice Hagin (Mistress Mayer)

child:
Dan W. Hagin