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Clergyman

Frederick Walter Evans, American clergyman. Member of S.A.R. Indiana; Mason.

Background

Evans, Frederick Walter was born on July 17, 1880 in Corsica, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of William Betts and Josephine (DeHaven) Evans.

Education

Student Eldersridge Academy, Pennsylvania, 1897-1899. Bachelor of Arts, Washington and Jefferson College, 1902, A.M., 1906. Doctor of Laws, 1946.

Student of Western Theological Seminary, 1902-1904, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1904-1905. Doctor of Divinity, Bellevue College (now with U. Omaha), 1915.

Career

Ordained ministry of Presbyterian Church, 1905. Pastor Union Church, Oxford, Pennsylvania, 1905-1906, First Church, Steubenville, O., 1906-1911, Montview Boulevard Church, Denver, 1911-1914, First Church, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 1914-1919, Harlem-New York Church, New York City, 1919-1926. Church of the Redeemer, Paterson, New Jersey, 1926-1928, Second Church, Troy, New York, 1929-1948.

Eastern representative of board pensions, Presbyterian Church, 1945-1950. Interim pastor Presbyterian Church, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, 1951, Ardmore, Pennsylvania, 1952, Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania, 1953. Commissioner to General Assembly, 1928, 37.

Moderator of 158th General Assembly the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. Chairman of general council, Presbyterian Church United States of America, 1946-1947.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor religious magazines and church publications.

Membership

Member S.A.R. Indiana.

Connections

Married to Grace T. Mathers, June 1, 1923. Children: Frederick Walter, Grace Elisabeth.

father:
William Betts Evans

mother:
Josephine (DeHaven) Evans

spouse:
Grace T. Mathers

child:
Frederick Walter Evans

child:
Grace Elisabeth Evans