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theologian

Frederick John Foakes Jackson, British theologian.

Background

Jackson, Frederick John Foakes was born on August 10, 1855 in Ipswich, England, United Kingdom. Son of Stephen and Catharine (Cobbold) Jackson.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Trinity College (Cambridge U.), 1879, Master of Arts, 1882, Bachelor of Divinity, 1903, Doctor of Divinity, 1905. D.Theol., Strasbourg, France. Honorary Doctor of Literature, University of South, 1935.

Career

Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge, since 1886, dean and assistant tutor, 1895-1916. Briggs graduate professor Christian instns., Union Theological Seminary, 1916-1934. Lowell lecturer at Boston, 1916. Lecturer at Jewish Institute, New York, 1924, General Theological Seminary, New York, 1925-1926.

Membership

Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge, since 1886, dean and assistant tutor, 1895-1916.

Connections

Married Anna Maria Everett, October 1895 (died 1931). Married second, Clara Fawcett, widow of Arthur Jackson Tomlinson, 1932.

father:
Stephen Jackson

mother:
Catharine (Cobbold) Jackson

spouse:
Anna Maria Everett

spouse:
Clara Fawcett