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George Landor Perin

Clergyman

George Landor Perin, American clergyman. Mason. Wrote: The Sunny Side of Life, 1901.

Background

Perin, George Landor was born on July 31, 1854 in Jasper Company, Iowa, United States. Son of Caleb and Mary J. (Metteer) Perin.

Education

Willamette U., Salem, Oregon, 2 years. Bachelor of Arts, St. Lawrence University, New York, 1878, Doctor of Divinity, 1890.

Career

Ordained Universalist ministry, 1878. Pastor in Ohio, 1878-1882, Shawmut Church, Boston, 1883-1890. First missionary Universalist Church to Japan, 1890-1894.

Again pastor Shawmut Church, Boston, 1894-1910. Founder, 1901, and president Franklin Square House, a home for working girls and student. Trustee Mount Pleasant Home for Aged Men and Women.

Trustee N.E. Conservatory of Music, Curry School of Expression (Boston), Dean Academy (Franklin, Massachusetts).

Membership

Mason. Wrote: The Sunny Side of Life, 1901.

Connections

Married Florence N. Hobart, November 6, 1901.

father:
Caleb Perin

mother:
Mary J. (Metteer) Perin

spouse:
Florence N. Hobart