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Clergyman

Irving Franklin Barnes, American clergyman.

Background

Barnes, Irving Franklin was born on May 12, 1872 in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Franklin D. and Mary J. (Higgins) Barnes.

Education

Bachelor of Divinity, Oskaloosa (Iowa) College, Master of Arts, 1924. Special student Brown U. Special student Harvard University, two years, 1928-1931.

Doctor of Divinity, Aurora (Illinois) College, 1927.

Career

Ordained ministry Advent Christian Church, 1892. Pastor successively at Webster and Fiskdale, Massachusetts, Castleton, Vermont and Low Hampton, Hoosick and Hudson Falls, New York, Portsmouth, N.H., Bridgeport, Connecticut, Bangor, Maine, Providence, Rhode Island, and Somerville, Massachusetts. President Advent Christian Publication Society, Boston, 1923-1934.

President Advent Christian General Conference of America, 1920-1938. Traveling pastor at large, 1934-1936. Pastor Providence, Rhode Island, 1937-1940, Somerville, Massachusetts, May 1940-1944.

Pastor Dover, N.H., 1945-1948, organized church and preached in Alton Bay, N.H., summers, Clearwater, Florida, winters until 1955. Now lecturing on history and prophecy. Address: Alton Bay, N.H.

Connections

Married Idealla W. Bacon, December 10, 1894 (now deceased).; married second, Cora C. Day, September 1, 1928. Children: Ruth W. (Mistress Guy Hayes, deceased), Rhobe A. (Mistress Maurice A. Lohnes), Marion D. (Mistress H. H. Reynolds).

father:
Franklin D. Barnes

mother:
Mary J. (Higgins) Barnes

spouse:
Idealla W. Bacon

spouse:
Cora C. Day

child:
Ruth W. (Mistress Guy Hayes Barnes

child:
deceased) Barnes

child:
Rhobe A. Barnes (Mistress Maurice A. Lohnes)

child:
Marion D. Barnes (Mistress H. H. Reynolds)