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John Thomson Dallas was an American bishop.

Background

Dallas, John Thomson was born on April 15, 1880 in Waterbury, Connecticut, United States. Son of Alexander and Catherine (Thomson) Dallas.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1904. Diploma Union Theological Seminary, 1908. Doctor of Divinity, Dartmouth, 1922, Norwich U., 1926, U. Vermont, Berkeley Division School, 1927.

Doctor of Laws, University N.H., 1933. Deacon, 1908, priest, 1909, Protestant Episcopal Church. Curate St. John’s Church, Waterbury, 1908.

Associate headmaster Taft School, Watertown, Connecticut, 1912-1920. Rector St. Thomas Church, Hanover, N.H., 1920-1925. Vicar St. Paul’s Cathedral, Boston, 1925-1926.

Retired bishop N.H.; senior bishop in New England Young Men’s Christian Association work, camps Riley and Devens, 1917. Director N.H. Society for Crippled Children. Director Union Theological Seminary, 1930.

Executive Committee N.H. Young Men’s Christian Association. Honorary vice president Boy Scouts N.H. Past president Synod of N.E.

Career

Vicar St. Paul’s Cathedral, Boston, 1925-1926. Director N.H. Society for Crippled Children. Director Union Theol.

Membership

Clubs: Graduate (New Haven).

Connections

father:
Alexander Dallas

mother:
Catherine (Thomson) Dallas