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Joseph Dunn Burrell

Clergyman

Joseph Dunn Burrell, American clergyman.

Background

Burrell, Joseph Dunn was born on December 22, 1858 in Freeport, Illinois, United States. Son of David and Elizabeth (Felgar) Burrell.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1881, Master of Arts, 1893. Graduate Union Theological Seminary, 1884. Doctor of Divinity, Park College, 1906.

Career

Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1884. Pastor Clinton, Iowa, 1884-1892, Classon Avenue Church, Brooklyn, 1892-1919. American Red Cross secretary Camp Devens, May-October 1918, at Pontanazen, Brest, France, and at Berlin, Germany, 1918-1919.

Secretary Metropolitan District New Era Movement Presbyterian Church, United States of America, 1920-1922. Executive secretary Brooklyn Nassau Presbytery, 1922-1929. President Brooklyn Federation of Churches, 1928.

Director Union Theological Seminary.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Singular Death of Christ, 1900. A New Appraisal of Christian Science, 1906. (co-author) Hints and Helps, 1892, 93, 94.The Early Church, 1894.

Connections

Married Caroline Frances Benedict, October 18, 1888. Children: Katharine Benedict (Mistress George H. Sicard), Monica (Mistress Roberts B. Owen).

father:
David Burrell

mother:
Elizabeth (Felgar) Burrell

spouse:
Caroline Frances Benedict

child:
Monica Burrell (Mistress Roberts B. Owen)

child:
Katharine Benedict Burrell (Mistress George H. Sicard)