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Clergyman

Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, American clergyman. Decorated Knight Order of St. Olaf by King Haakon of Norway, 1940. Member Minnesota State Crime Commission, 1925-1926, Minnesota State Liquor Commission, 1933-1934.

Background

Stub, Jacob Aall Ottesen was born on August 6, 1877 in Utica, Dane County, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Hans Gerhard and Didrikke Aall (Ottesen) Stub.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Luther College, Decorah, Iowa, 1898 (Doctor of Divinity, Wittenberg College, Springfield, Ohio, 1919).

Career

Ministry, 1901; pastor Viroqua, Wisconsin, 1901-1902, Stoughton, Wisconsin, 1902-1917, Central English Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota, since June 1919. Appointed field representative National Lutheran Common for Soldiers and Sailors, October 1917. Executive secretary same, March 1918-June 1919.

President board directors Albion (Wisconsin) Academy, 1917, 19. President Lutheran Brotherhood of America 3 terms to 1925. President American Lutheran Conference, 1925-1931.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Verbal Inspiration, 1912. Vestments and Liturgies.

Membership

Member Minnesota State Crime Commission, 1925-1926, Minnesota State Liquor Commission, 1933-1934.

Connections

Married Aleda Hooverson, August 26, 1902. Children: Didrikke Aall Ottesen, Bertha, Reese, Ann Elizabeth, Jacob A. O. Ordained Lutheran.

father:
Hans Gerhard Stub

mother:
Didrikke Aall (Ottesen) Stub

spouse:
Aleda Hooverson

child:
Didrikke Aall Ottesen Stub

child:
Bertha Stub

child:
Reese Stub

child:
Ann Elizabeth Stub

child:
Jacob A. O. Ordained Luth Stub