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Clergyman

George Miles Gibson, American clergyman.

Background

Gibson, George Miles was born on December 7, 1860 in Tazewell Company, Virginia, United States. Son of Wesley and Jane (Ward) Gibson.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Emory and Henry College, Virginia, 1887, A.M., 1890 (Doctor of Divinity same, 1914).

Career

Professor Latin and Greek, St. Charles College, Missouri, 1887-1888. Ordained ministry Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1888. Pastor Troy, Missouri, 1888-1890, Albany, Missouri, 1890-1891, St. Joseph, Missouri, 1891-1893, Glasgow, Missouri, 1893-1895, Macon, Missouri, 1895-1898, Fayette, Missouri, 1898-1901, Richmond, Missouri, 1901-1904, Trinity Church, El Paso, Texas, 1904-1908.

President Central College for Women, Lexington, Missouri, 1908-1910. Pastor 1st Church, Dallas, Texas, December 1910-1914, St. Mark’s Church, Dallas, 1915-1922, Munger Place Church, Dallas, 1922-1926. Director of religious education, North Texas Conference, 1926-1929.

Assistant pastor First Church, Dallas, Texas, since 1929.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: A History of New Testament Times, 1925. The Evangelization of Children, 1929.

Membership

Mason.

Connections

Married Florence Allen, October 14, 1891 (died 1913).; married second, Mistress. Children: Mistress W. F. Carruthers, Mistress R. K. Withrow, George M.

father:
Wesley Gibson

mother:
Jane (Ward) Gibson

spouse:
Florence Allen

spouse:
Mistress

child:
Mistress W. F. Carruthers Gibson

child:
Mistress R. K. Withrow Gibson

child:
George M. Gibson