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Homer Childs Lyman

Clergyman

Homer Childs Lyman, American clergyman. Member Beta Theta Pi.; Mason.

Background

Lyman, Homer Childs was born on January 21, 1861 in Southampton, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Isaac and Janette (Childs) Lyman.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Colgate University, 1887, Doctor of Divinity, 1912. Graduate Hamilton Theological Seminary, 1890. Studied School of Oratory, Ohio Wesleyan University.

Career

Ordained Baptist ministry, 1890. Pastor Immanuel Church, Cincinnati, 1890-1895, First Church, Bucyrus, 1985-1900, First Church, Delaware, O., 1900-1905. Business manager Baptist Young People’s Union of America, Chicago, 1906-1907.

Dean theological department, Benedict College, Columbia, South Carolina., 1907-1911. Departmental superintendent International S.S. Association, 1911-1921. Vice-president and head of Department Christian Leadership, Keuka College, 1921-1925.

President Ohio Baptist Ministers’ Conference, 1904-1905. Speaker at World’s S.S. Association, Zürich, Switzerland, July, 1913.

Membership

Member Beta Theta Pi.

Connections

Married Ruby V. Stone, of Hamilton, New York, June 21, 1888.

father:
Isaac Lyman

mother:
Janette (Childs) Lyman

spouse:
Ruby V. Stone