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Hugh Anderson Moran

Clergyman

Hugh Anderson Moran, American clergyman. Fellow National Council on Religious Education, 1923; Fellow National Council on Religion; member American Oriental Society, Delta Upsilon.

Background

Moran, Hugh Anderson was born on July 16, 1881 in Silver Creek, Kentucky, United States. Son of Hugh Anderson and Jennie Todd (Breck) Moran.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Standord, 1905. Rhodes scholar, University of Oxford, 1905-1908. Doctor of Philosophy., Columbia University, Union Seminary, 1939.

Career

Ordained to ministry Presbyterian Church, 1908. With Young Men’s Christian Association, China, 1908-1913, Siberia, 1916-1919. Member international committee Young Men’s Christian Association-United States of America, 1913-1916.

Director prisoner relief, special adviser to Bishop Root Mission, Siberia, 1918. Presbyterian student pastor Cornell Univercity, 1919-1942. Associate pastor 1st Presbyterian Church, Ithaca, New York, 1919-1942.

Author, painter, civic leader, Palo Alto, California, 1947-1975. East Wenatchee, Washington, since 1975. President, Civic League 1946-1948, Palo Alto Art Club, 1946-1948.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Heros, 1919

Membership

Fellow National Council on Religious Education, 1923. Fellow National Council on Religion. Member American Oriental Society, Delta Upsilon.

Connections

Married Irene May Hornby, June 7, 1911. Children: Hugh Anderson III, Irene (Mistress Archie Van Doren), Pauline (Mistress Harry M. Philpott), Jean Todd Myer.

father:
Hugh Anderson Moran

mother:
Jennie Todd (Breck) Moran

spouse:
Irene May Hornby

child:
Hugh Anderson III Moran

child:
Irene Moran (Mistress Archie Van Doren)

child:
Pauline Moran (Mistress Harry M. Philpott)

child:
Jean Todd Myer Moran