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Frederick Dunglison Power

Clergyman

Frederick Dunglison Power, American clergyman.

Background

Power, Frederick Dunglison was born on January 23, 1851 in Yorktown, Virginia, United States. Son of Doctor Robert and Abigail M. (Jencks) Power.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Bethany College, West Virginia, 1871, A.M., 1874 (Doctor of Laws, 1890).

Career

Ordained ministry Disciples of Christ. Was pastor to President Garfield. Pastor Garfield Memorial Church, since 1875.

Chaplain 47th Congress, 1881-1883. President General Christian Missionary Society. Trustee United States Christian Endeavor.

Author: Bible Doctrine for Young Disciples, 1899. Sketches of Our Pioneers, 1898. Life of W. K. Pendleton.

Doctor of Laws, President of Bethany College, 1902. History and Doctrine of Disciples, 1904. Associate editor Christian Evangelist, St. Louis.

Home: Washington, Distric.

Connections

Married Emily B. Alsop, March 17, 1874.

father:
Doctor Robert Power

mother:
Abigail M. (Jencks) Power

spouse:
Emily B. Alsop