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George Redington Montgomery

Clergyman

George Redington Montgomery, Turkish clergyman. Member American Philosophical Society, American Psychological Association.

Background

Montgomery, George Redington was born on June 17, 1870 in Marash, Turkey. Son of Giles Foster and Emily (Redington) Montgomery.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1892, Bachelor of Laws, 1894, Bachelor of Divinity, 1900, Doctor of Philosophy., 1901. University of Berlin, 1897-1898.

Career

1 son, Roger Emerson. Married second, Helen M. Perkins, August 5, 1907. Children—Marshall Hugh, Giles Newton.

Ordained Congleton ministry, 1901. Pastor Olivet Church, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1901-1904. Professor philosophy, Carleton College, 1904-1905.

Assistant minister Madison Square.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Talking English, 1898. The Place of Values, 1903. The Unexplored Self, 1910.Translated Leibnitz’s Metaphysics, 1901.

Membership

Member American Philosophical Society, American Psychological Association.

Connections

Married Emily E. Emerson, June 23, 1902 (died, May 30, 1903).; married second, Helen M. Perkins, August 5, 1907. Children: Marshall Hugh, Giles Newton.

father:
Giles Foster Montgomery

mother:
Emily (Redington) Montgomery

spouse:
Emily E. Emerson

spouse:
Helen M. Perkins

child:
Marshall Hugh Montgomery

child:
Giles Newton Montgomery