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Hugh Elmer Brown

Clergyman

Hugh Elmer Brown, American clergyman. Member Connecticut Prison Commission, 1911-1912; Member of advisory board Chicago Theological Seminary.

Background

Brown, Hugh Elmer was born on December 25, 1881 in Dayton. Washington. Son of Hezekiah Newton and Elizabeth Ellen (Carpenter) Brown.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington, 1904, Doctor of Divinity, 1924. Bachelor of Divinity, Yale Division School, 1907. Doctor of Divinity, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1936.

D.S. T., Northwestern University, 1948.

Career

Ordained Congleton ministry, 1907. Pastor East Hampton, Connecticut, 1907-1910, Windsor Avenue Church, Hartford, 1911-1912, Pilgrim Church, Seattle, 1913-1918.

1st Church, Evanston, Illinois, 1918, pastor emeritus.

Membership

Member Connecticut Prison Commission, 1911-1912. Member of advisory board Chicago Theological Seminary. Clubs: University (Evanston).

Connections

Married Cora Meeker Osborne, January 1, 1907 (deceased. Children: Hugh Osborne, Sumner Churchill.

father:
Hezekiah Newton Brown

mother:
Elizabeth Ellen (Carpenter) Brown

spouse:
Cora Meeker Osborne

child:
Hugh Osborne Brown

child:
Sumner Churchill Brown