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educator , Minister , President

Howard Malcom was an American educator and Baptist minister.

Background

Malcom, Howard was born on January 19, 1799 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of John Jay and Deborah (Howard) Malcom.

Education

Educated Dickinson College. A.M. (honorary), 1842. Honorary Doctor of Divinity, U. Vermont, Union College m.

Lydia Morris Shields, May 1, 1820.

Career

Ordained to ministry Baptist Church, 1820. Pastor Baptist Church, Hudson, New York, 1820. Field worker American Sunday School Union.

Sent abroad by American Baptist Foreign Missionary Union to visit missionary stations in India, Burma, China. President Georgetown (Kentucky) College 1840-1849, Lewisburg U. (now Bucknell U.), 1851-1857, Hahnemann Medical College, 1874-1879. President American Baptist History Society, American Peace Society, Pennsylvania Baptist Ednl.

Society; a founder American Tract Society Author: Nature and Extent of the Atonement, 1829. Christian Rule of Marriage, 1830. A Dictionary of Important Names, Objects and Terms Found in the Holy Scriptures, 1830.

Travels in South-Eastern Asia, 1839.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Nature and Extent of the Atonement, 1829. Christian Rule of Marriage, 1830. A Dictionary of Important Names, Objects and Terms Found in the Holy Scriptures, 1830.

      Travels in South-Eastern Asia, 1839.

Connections

Married second, Ruth Dyer, June 26, 1838.

father:
John Jay Malcom

mother:
Deborah (Howard) Malcom

spouse:
Ruth Dyer