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Clergyman

John Ernest Carhartt, American clergyman. Member Diocesan Council of Ohio, 1927-1935, Diocesan Department of Religious Education, 1927-1937, Diocesan Commission Forward Movement since 1934; member Chaplain’s Association of the United States, Reserve Officers Association; member National Sojourners, Exchange; Mason (32°).

Background

Carhartt, John Ernest was born on May 18, 1884 in Roscoe, Ohio, United States. Son of John Mossman and Emily Cornelia (Taylor) Carhartt.

Education

Student Denison U., Granville, O. Graduate Bexley Hall Theol.

Career

Ordained deacon, 1915, priest, 1916, Protestant Episcopal Church. Secretary to Bishop DuMoulin and rector St. Andrew’s Church, Toledo, 1915-1919. Senior curate in charge Trinity Cathedral Cleveland, 1919-1921.

Rector St. Alban’s Church, Cleveland Heights, 1921-1929. Field representative and lecturer, Washington (District of Columbia) Cathedral, 1930-1931. Rector St. Peter’s Church, Ashtabula, O., since 1931.

Membership

Member Diocesan Council of Ohio, 1927-1935, Diocesan Department of Religious Education, 1927-1937, Diocesan Commission Forward Movement since 1934. Member Chaplain’s Association of the United States, Reserve Officers Association. Member National Sojourners, Exchange.

Mason (32°).

Connections

father:
John Mossman Carhartt

mother:
Emily Cornelia (Taylor) Carhartt