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Clergyman

James Henry Henderlite, American clergyman.

Background

Henderlite, James Henry was born on February 27, 1872 in Marion, Virginia, United States. Son of George Washington and Rachel Anna (Killinger) Henderlite.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, and Bachelor of Letters, Hampden-Sydney College, 1891. Student Columbia (South Carolina.) Theological Seminary, 1893-1894. Bachelor of Divinity, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, 1896.

Doctor of Divinity, Davidson (North Carolina) College, 1918.

Career

Elmo Jones), Rachel, James Henry. Ordained ministry Presbyterian Church in the United States, 1896. Pastor Accomac, Virginia, 1896-1902, Henderson, North Carolina, 1902-1907, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 1907-1912, also teacher classes in philosophy and Bible, at Fredericksburg College.

Pastor First Church, Gastonia. North Carolina, since 1913.

Membership

Member of the board of trustees Union Theological Seminary (Richmond, Virginia), Queen’s-Chicora College for Women (Charlotte, North Carolina), Junior College for Men (Maxton, North Carolina). Member of advisory committee of Christian education. Member Virginia Capitol Bicentennial Commission (for the 200th Anniversary of the Founding of Richmond by Colonel William Byrd).

1737-1937.; Mason (32°), Knights of Pythias.

Connections

Married Nelle Crow, March 25, 1903. Children: Virginia (Mistress Frank St.

father:
George Washington Henderlite

mother:
Rachel Anna (Killinger) Henderlite

spouse:
Nelle Crow

child:
Virginia (Mistress Frank St Henderlite