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Louis Burton Crane

Clergyman

Louis Burton Crane, American clergyman. Member Executive Committee.

Background

Crane, Louis Burton was born on April 23, 1869 in Mount Sterling, Illinois, United States. Son of Frederic D. and Adelaide (Wells) Crane.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1891, A.M., 1894. Princeton Theological Seminary, 1894. Student university of Berlin, Erlangen, Giessen.

Doctor of Divinity, Knox College, 1916.

Career

In Presbyterian ministry, 1896-1902 (First Church, Princeton, New Jersey, and Calvary Church, Buffalo). Congressional clergyman, 1902-1905. Professor New Testament literature and interpretation, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1902-1905.

Supply 2d Presbyterian Church, Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1905-1906. Pastor Brainerd Union Presbyterian Church, Easton, Pennsylvania, December 1906-April 1910. Pastor Westminster Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth, New Jersey, since 1910.

Works

  • Other Work

    • he Teaching of Jesus Concerning the Holy Spirit, 1905. Intermediate and Senior Graded Sunday School Lessons, for Presbyterian Board of Publication and S.S. Work, 1913-1921.

Membership

Member Executive Committee.

Connections

Married Josephine Hopkinson Smith, October 25, 1899 (died May 8, 1908).; married second, Mabel Schuyler, July 9, 1910. Children: Louis Burton, Frederic Marshall, Alex Crawford, Mary Josephine.

father:
Frederic D. Crane

mother:
Adelaide (Wells) Crane

spouse:
Josephine Hopkinson Smith

spouse:
Mabel Schuyler

child:
Louis Burton Crane

child:
Frederic Marshall Crane

child:
Alex Crawford Crane

child:
Mary Josephine Crane