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Frederick Bingham Howden

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Frederick Bingham Howden, American bishop. Member History Society of New Mexico, Phi Kappa Phi.; Club: Albuquerque Country.

Background

Howden, Frederick Bingham was born on December 10, 1869 in West New Brighton, S.I., New York, United States. Son of William Douglas and Esther Jane (Orrell) Howden.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Trinity College, Toronto U., 1891, Master of Arts, 1893, Doctor of Divinity, 1914. Graduate General Theological Seminary, 1894, S.T.D., 1927.

Career

Deacon and priest Protestant Episcopal Church, 1894. Assistant St. John’s Church, Detroit, Michigan, 1894-1895, Calvary Church, New York City, 1895-1897. Rector Emmanuel Church, Cumberland, Maryland., 1897-1902.

Archdeacon of Cumberland, 1900-1902. Rector St. John’s Church, Georgetown Parish, Washington, District of Columbia, 1902-1914, also rector National Cathedral School. Consecrated bishop of New Mexico and S.W. Texas, January 14, 1914.

Membership

Member History Society of New Mexico, Phi Kappa Phi. Club: Albuquerque Country.

Connections

Married Angelica Constance Faber, February 20, 1895 (died 1923). Children: Mistress Angelica Horton, Douglas Faber, Esther Orrell, Frederick Bingham, John Faber, Margaret, William.

father:
William Douglas Howden

mother:
Esther Jane (Orrell) Howden

spouse:
Angelica Constance Faber

child:
Mistress Angelica Horton Howden

child:
Douglas Faber Howden

child:
Esther Orrell Howden

child:
Frederick Bingham Howden

child:
John Faber Howden

child:
Margaret Howden

child:
William Howden