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Frederick Ferdinand Kramer

Clergyman

Frederick Ferdinand Kramer, American clergyman. Member Psi Upsilon.

Background

Kramer, Frederick Ferdinand was born on July 13, 1861 in Erie, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Frederick and Elizabeth (Roehm) Kramer.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Trinity College, Connecticut, 1889, Master of Arts, 1893, S.T.D., 1913. Bachelor of Divinity, General Theological Seminary, 1891. Doctor of Philisophy, University of Colorado, 1895.

Doctor of Divinity, Seabury Divinity School, 1932.

Career

Deacon and priest, 1891, Protestant Episcopal Church. Rector St. John’s Church, Boulder. Colorado, 1891-1895, All Saints Church, Denver, 1896-1912.

Warden, 1912-1932; became professor O.T. and Semitic langs., Seabury Division School, 1912, now retired Deputy to General Convention Protestant Episcopal Church, 1898, 1904, 10.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Supremacy of the Bible, 1908. Jesus, the Light of the World, 1933. I Heard a Voice (autobiography), 1942.Translated play Death Enchained from the French, of Maurice Magre, under name, A King Against the Gods, produced by University of Minnesota, 1937.

Membership

Member Psi Upsilon.

Connections

Married Ada Josephine Sprague, October 29, 1891. Children: Frederick Sprague, John Spalding, Paul Stevens, Elizabeth.

father:
Frederick Kramer

mother:
Elizabeth (Roehm) Kramer

spouse:
Ada Josephine Sprague

child:
Frederick Sprague Kramer

child:
John Spalding Kramer

child:
Paul Stevens Kramer

child:
Elizabeth Kramer