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George Coolidge Hunting

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George Coolidge Hunting, American bishop. Mason.

Background

Hunting, George Coolidge was born on October 22, 1871 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. Son of George Coolidge and Mary Ann (Ladd) Hunting.

Education

Virginia Theological Seminary, 1894 (Doctor of Divinity, 1914).

Career

Deacon, 1894, priest, 1897, Protestant Episcopal Church. In charge St. Paul’s Church, Virginia City, Nevada, 1894-1898. General missionary Nevada and Utah, 1898-1899.

Rector St. Paul’s Church, Evanston, Wyoming, 1899-1902. Superintendent and chaplain St. Mark’s Hospital, Salt Lake City, 1902-1907. Missionary, Ely, Nevada, 1907-1912.

Secretary 8th Missionary Province, Protestant Episcopal Church, 1912-1915. Consecrated bishop of Nevada, December 16, 1914. Secretary of Convocation, 1899-1912.

Examining chaplain, 1899-1912. Editor The Nevada Churchman, 1909-1911.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor The Nevada Churchman, 1909-1911.

Membership

Mason.

Connections

Married Mary Grace Pullman, October 15, 1894.

father:
George Coolidge Hunting

mother:
Mary Ann (Ladd) Hunting

spouse:
Mary Grace Pullman