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Clergyman

Martin D. Hardin, American clergyman.

Background

Hardin, Martin D. was born on June 5, 1873 in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, United States. Son of Parker Watkins and Mary Elizabeth (Sallee) Hardin.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Center College, Danville, Kentucky, 1893. Student Danville Theological Seminary, 1 year, also Free Church Division School, Edinburgh, Scotland. Graduate Auburn Theological Seminary, 1897.

Doctor of Divinity, Davidson (North Carolina) College, 1905.

Career

Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1897. Pastor Green Hill Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1897-1898, Andrew Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1899-1904, 2d Church, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1904-1908, 3d Church, Chicago, 1908-1917. Captain American Red Cross, 1917, and nat. speaker for same, 1917-1918.

Pastor 1st Church, Ithaca, New York, since 1920. Preacher and lecturer in chs. of Scotland and England, 1927, through invitation of English committee of World Alliance for International Friendship through the Churches. Chautauqua lecturer on international understanding and peace 10 years.

Connections

Married Julia Stevenson, June 2, 1896. Children: Letitia Stevenson (deceased), Parker Calhoun, Adlai Stevenson, Martin D., Julia Stevenson.

father:
Parker Watkins Hardin

mother:
Mary Elizabeth (Sallee) Hardin

spouse:
Julia Stevenson

child:
Letitia Stevenson Hardin (deceased)

child:
Parker Calhoun Hardin

child:
Adlai Stevenson Hardin

child:
Martin D. Hardin

child:
Julia Stevenson Hardin