George Slocum Folger Savage, American clergyman. member American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions Connected with Congl.
Savage, George Slocum Folger was born on June 29, 1817 in Upper Middletown (now Cromwell), Connecticut, United States. Son of Captain Absalom and Sally (Wilcox) Savage.
Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1844. Graduated from Yale Theological Seminary, 1847. (Doctor of Divinity, Iowa College, 1870, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1903).
2d, Mistress Mragaret Hyde, of Chicago, February 7, 1888. Ordained Congleton ministry, 1847. Pastor St. Charles, Illinois, 1847-1860.
Secretary American Tract Society, Chicago, 1860-1872. Secretary and director Chicago Theological Seminary, 1854-1903 (treasurer, 1872-1886). Trustee Beloit College since 1850.
Corporate member American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions Connected with Congressional Illinois State Association, since 1848. Director Congressional Education Society, and several religious and educational associations. President Illinois Congressional Church History Society Address: 1857 Washington Boul., Chicago.
Member American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions Connected with Congl.
Married Elizabeth P. Prudden, of Cromwell, Connecticut, September 28, 1847.