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George Israel Browne

Clergyman

George Israel Browne, American clergyman. Member S.R., Pennsylvania Society, Colonel Daniel Putnam Association (president), Captain Deliverance Browne Association, Connecticut Society Colonial Wars, Delta Kappa Epsilon.; Mason (32°,Kiloton). Alumni lecturer on pastoral theology, Berkeley Division School, 1916-1917. One of editors Social Preparation for the Kingdom of God.

Background

Browne, George Israel was born on March 19, 1866 in Brooklyn, Connecticut, United States. Son of George and Katharine Toucey (Camp) Browne.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Trinity College, Connecticut, 1888, Master of Arts, 1894. Graduate Berkeley Division School, 1891.

Career

Deacon, 1891, priest, 1892, Protestant Episcopal Church. Curate St. John’s Church, Stamford, Connecticut, 1891-1894, rector Trinity Church, Branford, Connecticut, 1894-1898, St. John’s Church, Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, 1898-1806, St. Paul’s Church, Harrisburg, 1906-1908, St. John’s Church, Lancaster, 1908-1920, St. John’s Church, Washington, Connecticut, 1920-1923.

Membership

Member S.R., Pennsylvania Society, Colonel Daniel Putnam Association (president), Captain Deliverance Browne Association, Connecticut Society Colonial Wars, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Mason (32°,Kiloton). Alumni lecturer on pastoral theology, Berkeley Division School, 1916-1917. One of editors Social Preparation for the Kingdom of God.

Connections

Married Mary Freeborn Davenport, June 20, 1894.

father:
George Browne

mother:
Katharine Toucey (Camp) Browne

spouse:
Mary Freeborn Davenport