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Henry Wellington Stough

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Henry Wellington Stough, American evangelist. Member evangelistic staff, War Council Y.M. C.A.

Background

Stough, Henry Wellington was born on August 15, 1870 in Pulaski, Williams County, Ohio, United States. Son of William Edward and Frances Jane (Newman) Stough.

Education

Student Oberlin College, 1888-1891. Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, 1892-1893. Chicago Theological Seminary, 1893-1896.

Doctor of Divinity, Defiance College, 1911.

Career

General secretary Young Men’s Christian Association, East Liverpool, O. Pastor 3d Church, Oak Park, Illinois, 1894-1901. Ordained Congressional ministry, 1896.

Evangelist, since 1901, conducting services under title of “Stough Evangelistic Campaign”. Secretary and treasurer Interdenom. Evangelistic Association, 1906-1912.

Founder, 1926, and president Society of the Healing Christ. Founder, 1930, and president Society of the Midnight Cry. Nat. commissioner and lecturer upon religious and economic subjects for the Anglo-Saxon Federation of America, 1932.

Founder, and nat. director America-Israel Movement, Knoxville, Tennessee, since 1934.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Across the Deadline of Amusements, 1912. The Outlaw, 1913

Membership

Member evangelistic staff, War Council Y.M. C.A.

Connections

Married Helen Amelia Russ, June 23, 1898. Children: William Russ (deceased), Paul Pinney, Rachel Elizabeth (Mistress B. O. Keefer), Henry W., Philip Newman, Harold Edward, Virginia Eloise.

father:
William Edward Stough

mother:
Frances Jane (Newman) Stough

spouse:
Helen Amelia Russ

child:
William Russ Stough (deceased)

child:
Paul Pinney Stough

child:
Rachel Elizabeth Stough (Mistress B. O. Keefer)

child:
Henry W. Stough

child:
Philip Newman Stough

child:
Harold Edward Stough

child:
Virginia Eloise Stough