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Clergyman

John William Day, was an American clergyman. A member of council National Unitarian Conf.

Background

Day, John William was born on June 13, 1861 in Woburn, Massachusetts, United States. Son of John Weeks and Julia (Clark) Day.

Education

Student Meadville Theological School, 1881 to 1882, Doctor of Divinity, 1921. Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Harvard Divinity School, 1885.

Career

Ordained ministry Unitarian Church, 1886. Pastor Newport, 1885-1887, Ithaca, New York, 1887-1890, Hingham, Massachusetts, 1890-1899, St. Louis, Missouri, 1899-1924, Kennebunk, Maine, 1925-1932. Unitarian and Universalist.

Editorial contributor to Boston Transcript, 1893-1899. A leading editorial writer Christian Register, Boston, 1896-1918. Worker for American Red Cross, 1918.

Assistant secretary War Young Men’s Christian Association, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Kentucky, 1918. Speaker, Liberty Bond campaigns, 1918-1919. Vice-president Maine Unitarian Conference, 1925.

Member of council National Unitarian Conference.

Membership

Member of council National Unitarian Conf.

Connections

Married Anne Bigelow, June 6, 1887. Children: John Freeman, Anthony Bigelow, Joseph Tuckerman.

father:
John Weeks Day

mother:
Julia (Clark) Day

spouse:
Anne Bigelow

child:
John Freeman Day

child:
Anthony Bigelow Day

child:
Joseph Tuckerman Day