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Clergyman

James Taylor Dickinson was an American clergyman.

Background

Dickinson, James Taylor was born on August 4, 1861 in Richmond, Virginia, United States. Son of Review Alfred Elijah (Doctor of Divinity) and Fannie E. (Taylor) D.

Education

Richmond College, Virginia. University of Virginia. Graduate Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1885.

(Doctor of Divinity, Richmond College, 1896).

Career

Ordained Baptist ministry, 1885. Supply, country chs. near Charlottesville, Virginia, 1885-1886. Pastor North Church, Orange, New Jersey, 1886-1903, 1st Church, Rochester, New York, 1903-1912.

Study, travel and sermons in Europe, January-September 1912. Pastor 6th Avenue Baptist Church, Brooklyn, 1913-1918. General pulpit supply, since 1918.

Convention preacher Northern Baptist Convention, Buffalo, New York, 1903, also at Baptist convs. New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, etc. Also college preacher.

Membership

Member Board Education, East Orange, New Jersey, 1898-1903. Member Brooklyn Clerical Union, 1912-1918.

Connections

Married Stella G. DeLand, October 18, 1887. Children: Margaret

father:
Review Alfred Elijah Dickinson

spouse:
Stella G. DeLand

child:
Margaret