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George Thomas Smart

Clergyman , educator

George Thomas Smart, British clergyman, educator.

Background

Smart, George Thomas was born on September 21, 1863 in Leicester, England. Son of Stephen and Emma (Smith) Smart.

Education

Came to the United States, 1881. Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1895. (Doctor of Divinity, Middlebury College, 1900).

Career

Ordained Congleton ministry, 1888. Pastor West Pawlet, Vermont, 1888-1889, West Rupert, Vermont, 1889-1891, Manchester, Vermont, 1894-1902, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts, 1902-1921. Lecturer upon English literature, philosophy and art, since 1895.

Lecturer, Andover Theological Seminary, 1921, Middlebury College School of English, 1921. Studied art in Europe 1923-1924. Acting president Wheaton College, 1925-1926.

Author: Studies in Conduct, 1905. The Mystery of Peace, 1909. The Golden Bond, 1909.

If I Should Meet the Master, 1910. The Temper of the American People, 1912. Trustee Wheaton College Home: Noroton, Conn.

Connections

Married Charlotte Hurlhurt, of Yarmouth, Nova Scoti, August 22, 1888. Children: Stephen Bruce, Paul Hurlburt.

father:
Stephen Smart

mother:
Emma (Smith) Smart

spouse:
Charlotte Hurlhurt

child:
Stephen Bruce Smart

child:
Paul Hurlburt Smart