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George St. John Rathbun

Clergyman , educator

George St. John Rathbun, American clergyman, educator. Served with French Army as ambulance driver, World War.; Member American Legion (state chaplain, department of Massachusetts, 1950-1951), Kappa Gamma Chi.; Club: Rotary.

Background

Rathbun, George St. John was born on January 12, 1885 in Rye, New York, United States. Son of Review Scott Bogie and Julia Chalmers (Clayton) Rathbun.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, St. Stephen’s College, Annandale, New York, 1910.

Career

Deacon, 1913, priest, 1914, Protestant Episcopal Church. Instructor Hoosac (New York) School, 1910-1920. Headmaster Yeates School, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1920-1923.

Master, St. James School, Maryland., 1923-1929. Rector St. Barnabas Church, Detroit, Michigan, 1930-1940, rector, Trinity Church, Ware, Massachusetts, 1940-1944. Rector, St. Mark’s Church, Leominster, Massachusetts, since 1944.

Membership

Served with French Army as ambulance driver, World War. Member American Legion (state chaplain, department of Massachusetts, 1950-1951), Kappa Gamma Chi. Club: Rotary.

Connections

Married Gertrude Harris Reazor, November 2, 1918.

father:
Review Scott Bogie Rathbun

mother:
Julia Chalmers (Clayton) Rathbun

spouse:
Gertrude Harris Reazor