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Clergyman

Harold Hitchcock Kelley, American clergyman. Member American Association Social Workers, Phi Kappa Sigma. Officer of Order of Orange-Nassau, Order of British Empire, King Christian X Medal of Liberation (Denmark).; Mason.; Club: Propeller of United States (honorary).

Background

Kelley, Harold Hitchcock was born on February 20, 1884 in Fresno, California, United States. Son of Review Douglas Ottinger and Annie Amelia (Fletcher) Kelley.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Univercity California, 1907. Church Division School of Pacific, 1907-1910 (honorary Doctor of Divinity, 1941). Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1911-1912.

Career

Deacon, 1910, priest, 1910, Protestant Episcopal Church. Director religious education St. Mark’s Church, Berkeley, California, 1910-1915. Vicar St. John’s Mission, Ketchikan, Alaska, 1915-1918.

Rector Christ Church, Carson City, Nevada, 1918, St. Philip’s Church, Oakland, California, 1919-1922. Also assistant superintendent Seamen’s Church Institute, San Francisco, 1920-1922. Rector St. Peter’s Church, San Pedro, California, 1922-1927.

Superintendent Seamen’s Church Institute, San Pedro, 1922-1931. Headmaster Harvard School, Los Angeles, 1931-1934. Director Seamen’s Church Institute of New York, 1934-1948 (retired).

Assistant, St. Mark’s Church Berkeley, California.

Membership

Member American Association Social Workers, Phi Kappa Sigma. Officer of Order of Orange-Nassau, Order of British Empire, King Christian X Medal of Liberation (Denmark). Mason.; Club: Propeller of United States (honorary).

Connections

Married Evelyn Maxwell, September 3, 1912. Children: Harold Maxwell, Edwin Hubert, Evelyn Elizabeth, Marion Maitland.

father:
Review Douglas Ottinger Kelley

mother:
Annie Amelia (Fletcher) Kelley

spouse:
Evelyn Maxwell

child:
Harold Maxwell Kelley

child:
Edwin Hubert Kelley

child:
Evelyn Elizabeth Kelley

child:
Marion Maitland Kelley