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James Albert Patterson

Clergyman , Reformer

James Albert Patterson, American clergyman, temperance reformer.

Background

Patterson, James Albert was born on October 19, 1864 in Dayton, Ohio, United States. Son of William John and Anna (Ford) Patterson.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Heidelberg U., 1891 (1st honors). Graduate McCormick Theological Seminary, 1894. Doctor of Divinity, Miami University, 1900.

Career

Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1894. Pastor First Church, Fostoria, O., 1894-1898, First Church, Sidney, O., 1898-1902, Central Church, Columbus, Ohio, 1902-1909. President Ohio Anti-Saloon League, 1907-1909.

Superintendent New York Anti-Saloon League, January 1, 1909-1913. Pastor First Church, Franklin, Pennsylvania, since 1913. Address: Franklin, Pa.

Connections

Married Mildred T. Allen, July 18, 1904.

father:
William John Patterson

mother:
Anna (Ford) Patterson

spouse:
Mildred T. Allen