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George Washington Savory

evangelist , lecturer , Congressional clergyman

George Washington Savory, Congressional clergyman, lecturer and evangelist.

Background

Savory, George Washington was born on March 29, 1856 in Warner, N. H. Son of Cyrus P. and Helen (Harriman) Savory.

Education

Educated Phillips (Exeter) Academy, and Kimball Union (Meriden) Academy. Studied Hartford Theological Seminary, Connecticut. New Church Theological Seminary, Cambridge.

Career

Warner, N. H., 1883-1885. Cord, N. H., 1884, Ida Harriman. Pastor chs. En-Stratham, N. H., 1885-1887.

Pico Heights (Los Angeles), California, 1887-1888. Inglewood, California, 1888-1889, of “New Church,” San Diego, California, 1890. Los Angeles, California, 1891-1893.

Since then in lecturing and evangelistic work with stereopticon. Founder Order of the Orange Blossom (society for reform of marriage and sex life). Author: Marriage: Its Science and Ethics, or Love’s Consummation, 1900.

Stronger than Samson, or Sex from Mineral to Man (a book for boys), 1903. Address: Pico Heights P. O., Los Angeles, California.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Marriage: Its Science and Ethics, or Love’s Consummation, 1900. Stronger than Samson, or Sex from Mineral to Man (a book for boys), 1903.

Connections

Married Confield, N. H., 1882-1883.

father:
Cyrus P. Savory

mother:
Helen (Harriman) Savory

spouse:
Confield