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George Freeman Bragg

Clergyman

George Freeman Bragg, American clergyman. member of board of managers House of Reformation for Colored Boys.

Background

Bragg, George Freeman was born on January 25, 1863 in Warrenton, North Carolina, United States. Son of George Freeman and Mary (Williams) Bragg.

Education

Graduated from St. Stephens Normal School (colored), Petersburg, Virginia. Graduate Bishop Payne Division School, Petersburg, 1886.

Career

Rector St. James Church, Baltimore, 1891. General secretary Conference of (P.E.) Church Workers (colored) over 30 years.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Men of Maryland, 1914. The History of the Afro-American Group of the Episcopal Church, 1922. The Hero of Jerusalem, 1926.

Membership

Member of board of managers House of Reformation for Colored Boys.

Connections

Married Nellie G. Hill, September 20, 1887. Children: Harry Graham, Mary H. C., Arthur M., Nellie G. Deacon Protestant Episcopal Church.

father:
George Freeman Bragg

mother:
Mary (Williams) Bragg

spouse:
Nellie G. Hill

child:
Harry Graham Bragg

child:
Mary H. C. Bragg

child:
Arthur M. Bragg

child:
Nellie G. Deacon P.E. Ch Bragg