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Clergyman

John Newton Lackey, American clergyman. Member Sigma Alpha Epsilon.; Mason (K.T.).; Club: Exchange.

Background

Lackey, John Newton was born on January 17, 1875 in Mount Blanchard, Ohio, United States. Son of Henry Hart and Lucinda (Moore) Lackey.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Adrian (Michigan) College, 1901, Master of Arts, 1909, Doctor of Divinity, 1914. Bachelor of Divinity, Hartford (Connecticut) Theological Seminary, 1912.

Career

Marie (Mistress Kenilworth H. Mathus), Teacher, country Schools, Hancock County, O., 1893-1896. Teacher La Harpe (Illinois) Seminary and pastor Member of Parliament Church, La Harpe, 1901-1907. Professor of history, Adrian College, 1907-1910.

Acting pastor Presbyterian Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 10 months, 1910. Pastor South and Central Baptist Churches, Hartford, Connecticut, since 1910. Prohibition candidate for government of Connecticut, 1915.

Trustee Suffield (Connecticut) School President Connecticut Baptist Convention, 1916-1924.

Membership

Member Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Mason (K.T.).; Club: Exchange.

Connections

Married Claribel Simmons, June 20, 1901.

father:
Henry Hart Lackey

mother:
Lucinda (Moore) Lackey

spouse:
Claribel Simmons