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Clergyman , educator

George Henry Young, British clergyman, educator.


Young, George Henry was born on January 21, 1876 in York, England. Son of Daniel and Elizabeth (Arnold) Young.


Bachelor of Arts, Colgate, 1901, Master of Arts, 1904. Colgate Theological School, 1901-1904. Doctor of Divinity, Albany College, 1919.


Ordained Baptist ministry, 1904. Assistant in public speaking, Colgate University, 1901-1904. Pastor First Church, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, 1904-1907, First Church, Superior, 1907-1910, First Church, Oswego, New York, 1910-1912.

Assistant professor rhetoric public speaking, Colgate, 1912-1915. Pastor First Church, Albany, Oregon, 1915-1920. Director religious education for Baptists of Oregon, Idaho, and Utah, 1920.

Pastor First Church, Hamilton, O., 1922-1924, First Church Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1924-1927. Superintendent Lord’s Day Alliance of Indiana since 1927. President Michigan Baptist Ministers’ Conference.

Trustee Wayland Academy, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, 1906-1909. Member board Wisconsin Baptist State Convention, 1907-1910. Served as president Oregon Baptist Ministers’ Conference, and professor Bible, Albany College Chairman Linn Company Chapter American Red Cross, World War.

Chairman Linn Company Board Instruction for Registrants, 1918. Ex-chaplain 2d Regiment, Oregon Volunteer Guard.


Member Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Theta Pi. Odd Fellow.


Married Ethel Lena House of Mexico, New York, June 18, 1903. Children: Elizabeth Ann, Genevieve Edith, Robert House.

Daniel Young

Elizabeth (Arnold) Young

Ethel Lena House of Mexico

Elizabeth Ann Young

Genevieve Edith Young

Robert House Young