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Newton Marshall Hall

Clergyman

Newton Marshall Hall, American clergyman. Member-at-large Springfield Board of Education, 1912-1921.

Background

Hall, Newton Marshall was born on January 10, 1865 in Manchester, New Hampshire, United States. Son of Marshall Parker and Susan (James) Hall.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, A.M., Dartmouth, 1888, Doctor of Divinity, 1908. Graduate Andover Theological Seminary, 1891.

Career

Marshall (Mistress Carey Tharp). Ordained Congleton ministry, 1891. Professor of English language and literature, Iowa College, 1891-1893.

Pastor First Presbyterian Church, Oneonta, New York. 1894-1899, North Congressional Church, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1899-1920, pastor emeritus, since 1922. College preacher Dartmouth, Amherst, Mount Holyoke, and Massachusetts Agricultural College Director Massachusetts Home Missionary Society, 1916-1919.

President National Congressional Summer Conference Association, 1916-1919. Vice moderator Massachusetts Congressional Conference, 1919.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Stories of the Commonwealth of Israel, 3 vols., 1921. Co-author: The Bible Story (5 vols.), 1906. The Early Days of Israel, 1906.Biblical Dramas, 1906. The Days of the Kings of Israel, 1907. The Book of Life (8 vols.), 1923.Commissioner Churches of Christ in America to Churches of Europe, 1920-1921.

Membership

Member-at-large Springfield Board of Education, 1912-1921.

Connections

Married Louise Buffum Varney, August 20, 1891.

father:
Marshall Parker Hall

mother:
Susan (James) Hall

spouse:
Louise Buffum Varney