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James Henry Taylor

Clergyman

James Henry Taylor, American clergyman. Member N.E. Society Charleston, St. Andrews Society Charleston (chaplain), Huguenot Society South Carolina. (honorary), Carolina Art Association (Charleston), S.R., Society Mayflower Descendants (elder District of Columbia Society 1910-1912, elder-general 1911-1912).; Club: Cosmos. Wrote: The.

Background

Taylor, James Henry was born on October 2, 1871 in Charleston, South Carolina, United States. Son of Frank E. and Clara Scott (Wilson) Taylor.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1894. Presbyterian Seminary, Columbia, South Carolina., 1 year. Bachelor of Divinity, Presbyterian Seminary, Louisville, 1897.

Doctor of Divinity, Central U. Kentucky, 1915.

Career

Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1897. Pastor Mount Sterling, Kentucky, 1897, Anchorage, Kentucky, 1898-1905, Macon, Georgia, 1905-1906, Central Presbyterian Church (Southern), Washington, November 1906-October 1943, pastor emeritus, October since 1943. Commissioner General Assembly Presbyterian Church (S.), 1899, 1908, 21, 28, 34, 36, 40, delegate Pan-Presbyterian Council, New York, 1909, Cardiff, Wales, 1925, Boston, 1929, Belfast, Ireland, 1933, Montreal, 1937.

Guest preacher, Marylebone Presbyterian Church, London, England., 1934-1938. Trustee Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, Virginia, 1930-1948. Member board corporators Presbyterian Minister’s Fund for Life Insurance, Philadelphia.

Membership

Member N.E. Society Charleston, St. Andrews Society Charleston (chaplain), Huguenot Society South Carolina. (honorary), Carolina Art Association (Charleston), S.R., Society Mayflower Descendants (elder District of Columbia Society 1910-1912, elder-general 1911-1912). Club: Cosmos. Wrote: The.

Connections

father:
Frank E. Taylor

mother:
Clara Scott (Wilson) Taylor