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Clergyman

John Langdon Weber, American clergyman.

Background

Weber, John Langdon was born on September 25, 1862 in Union, South Carolina, United States. Son of Review Samuel A. and Sarah A. (Langdon) Weber.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Wofford, 1882. Doctor of Divinity, Southern U., Alabama, 1903. Doctor of Letters, Morris-Harvey College, West Virginia, 1903.

Career

On staff Charleston (South Carolina.) News and Courier, 1882-1890, Chattanooga (Tennessee) Times, 1890-1891. Ordained Methodist Episcopal Church, South ministry, 1891. Pastor Knoxville, Tennessee, Winchester, and Mount Sterling, Kentucky, Gate City and Big Stone Gap, Virginia.

President Kentucky Wesleyan College, 1901-1907. Became pastor First Church, Jackson, Tennessee, 1909. Pastor Madison Heights Church, Memphis, 1912-1916.

Again pastor 1st Church, Jackson, 1916-1917. Y.M. C.A. war work, religious director and camp secretary, and in charge army schools, Camp Jackson, Columbia, South Carolina., 1917-1919. Pastor Broadway Church, Paducah, Kentucky, January 1, since 1920.

Author: History of South Carolina, 1890. History of Epworth League, 1894. Contributor to many church reviews and papers.

National lecturer American Legion. International director of the Lions Clubs.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: History of South Carolina, 1890. History of Epworth League, 1894. Contributor to many church reviews and papers.National lecturer American Legion. International director of the Lions Clubs.

Connections

Married Sudie James Young, January 3, 1890.