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Loring Woart Batten

Clergyman

Loring Woart Batten, American clergyman. Member American Oriental Society, Society Biblical Literature and Exegesis, Oriental clubs of New York and Philadelphia.

Background

Batten, Loring Woart was born on November 17, 1859 in Gloucester County, New Jersey, United States. Son of Thomas G. and Emeline (Zane) Batten.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1885. Bachelor of Divinity, Philadelphia Division School, 1887. Doctor of Philosophy, University Pennsylvania, 1893.

S.T. D., Hobart, 1903.

Career

Deacon, 1886, priest, 1887, Protestant Episcopal Church. Instructor and professor O.T., Philadelphia Division School, 1888-1899. Rector St. Mark’s Church, New York City, 1899-1911.

Lecturer, professor O.T., General Theological Seminary, 1904-1933, now emeritus.

Membership

Member American Oriental Society, Society Biblical Literature and Exegesis, Oriental clubs of New York and Philadelphia. Clubs: Century, Harvard, The.

Connections

Married Clara B. Ware, March 18, 1886.

father:
Thomas G. Batten

mother:
Emeline (Zane) Batten

spouse:
Clara B. Ware