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Clergyman , educator

Henry Clay Evans, American clergyman, educator.

Background

Evans, Henry Clay was born on December 24, 1851 in near Maysville, Kentucky, United States. Son of Milton and Naomi (Maple) Evans.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Westminster College, Missouri, 1881, A.M., 1884, Doctor of Divinity, 1894. Doctor of Laws, Austin College, 1916.

Career

Professor mathematics, Synodical Female College, Fulton, 1881-1887, president college, 1888-1893. Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1883. Professor Greek, Westminster College, Fulton, 1887-1888.

Co-editor St. Louis Presbyterian, 1893-1894. Pastor First Church, Kirkwood, Missouri, 1894-1902. President Texas.

Connections

Married Elida Washington Scott, August 8, 1883. Children: Louise Scott (Mistress Gaines B. Hall), Mary Maple (Mistress E. M. Munroe), Henry Clay.

father:
Milton Evans

mother:
Naomi (Maple) Evans

spouse:
Elida Washington Scott

child:
Louise Scott Evans (Mistress Gaines B. Hall)

child:
Mary Maple Evans (Mistress E. M. Munroe)

child:
Henry Clay Evans