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Henry Stiles Bradley

Clergyman

Henry Stiles Bradley, American clergyman. Member N. Georgia Annual Conference Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1891-1905; Member Phi Delta Theta.; Mason (32 degree).

Background

Bradley, Henry Stiles was born on March 22, 1869 in Jackson County, Georgia, United States. Son of Henry Stiles and Susan Celina (Jackson) Bradley.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Emory College, Georgia, 1890. Post-graduate courses in biology, Brooklyn Institute Arts and Sciences, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, 1896, and Marine Biological Laboratories, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 1897. Doctor of Divinity, University of Georgia, 1904.

Career

Member N. Georgia Annual Conference Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1891-1905. Adjunct Professor natural sciences, 1890-1895, professor biology and geology, 1896-1901, vice president, 1899-1901, Emory College. Pastor Trinity Church, Atlanta, Georgia., 1901-1905, St. John’s Church, St. Louis, 1905-1909, Piedmont Congressional Church, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1909-1920, State St. Congressional Church, Portland, Maine, 1920-1928.

Ex-chaplain 19th Regiment, Massachusetts S. G., rank of captain.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Christianity as Taught by Christ, 1905.

Membership

Member N. Georgia Annual Conference Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1891-1905. Member Phi Delta Theta. Mason (32 degree).

Connections

Married Mary Emma Stafford, of Barnesville, Georgia, November 1, 1893.

father:
Henry Stiles Bradley

mother:
Susan Celina (Jackson) Bradley

spouse:
Mary Emma Stafford