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Clergyman , educator

Hall Laurie Calhoun, American clergyman, educator. Member International S.S. Lesson Committee, 1908-1916.

Background

Calhoun, Hall Laurie was born on December 11, 1863 in Conyersville, Tennessee, United States. Son of John Shelton and Martha Louisa (Hall) Calhoun.

Education

Graduated from College of the Bible, Lexington, Kentucky, 1892 (1st honors). Bachelor of Arts, Kentucky U., 1892 (1st honors). Bachelor of Divinity, Yale Division School, 1902.

A.M., Harvard, 1903, Doctor of Philosophy., 1904.

Career

Teacher in Academy of Kentucky U., 1892-1893. Evangelist, Church of Christ, 1893-1896. Minister Franklin, Tennessee, 1896-1900.

Professor Georgia Robertson Christian College, Henderson, Tennessee, 1900-1901. Hopkins scholar, Harvard, 1902-1903, Williams fellow, 1903-1904. Professor College of the Bible, 1904-1917, dean, 1909-1917.

Professor of O.T. literature, Bethany (West Virginia) College, 1917-1925. Associate president Freed-Hardeman College, Henderson, Tennessee, 1925-1926. Pastor, since 1926, Belmont Avenue Church of Christ, Nashville.

Membership

Member International S.S. Lesson Committee, 1908-1916.

Connections

Married Mary Ettah Stacey, December 31, 1890. Children: Mary Ettah, John Laurie, James Edwin, Margaret Lee, Dorothea Eloise.

father:
John Shelton Calhoun

mother:
Martha Louisa (Hall) Calhoun

spouse:
Mary Ettah Stacey

child:
Mary Ettah Calhoun

child:
John Laurie Calhoun

child:
James Edwin Calhoun

child:
Margaret Lee Calhoun

child:
Dorothea Eloise Calhoun