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Clergyman

Horace Emory Warner, American clergyman.

Background

Warner, Horace Emory was born on March 1, 1855 in Castleton, New York, United States. Son of Horace and Nancy (Bucklin) Warner.

Education

Upper Iowa U., 1871-1873. Bachelor of Arts, Cornell College, Iowa, 1876, A.M., 1879. Bachelor of Divinity, Drew Theological Seminary, 1878.

(Doctor of Divinity, Denver U., 1897).

Career

Ordained Mechanical Engineering ministry, 1878. Pastor, Maplewood, New Jersey, 1877, Reinbeck, Iowa, 1878-1879, Gilman, Iowa, 1880, Postville, Iowa, 1881-1883, Charles City, Iowa, 1884-1885, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1886-1890, First Church, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1891-1894, Christ Church, Denver, 1895-1903. Presiding elder, Denver District, 1904-1910.

Superintendent Denver City Missions, since 1910. Delaware General Conference, Chicago, 1900. Trustee Denver U., Iliff School Theology, Denver.

Author: The Psychology of the Christian Life, 1910. Home: 825 E. 22d Avenue, Denver.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Psychology of the Christian Life, 1910.

Connections

Married Mary Persis Williams, of Marengo, Illinois, September 10, 1878.

father:
Horace Warner

mother:
Nancy (Bucklin) Warner

spouse:
Mary Persis Williams