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Clergyman

Noble Strong Elderkin, American clergyman. Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1919-1920; Fellowship of Reconciliation International Conference, Bilthoven, Holland, 1919; member Council for Social Action of Congressional Churches, 1938-1944, vice chairman, 1940, chairman, 1942; member ad interim committee Missions Council of Congressional Churches, 1942; Member Chi Phi.; Mason.; Clubs:.

Background

Elderkin, Noble Strong was born on January 1, 1878 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Son of Noble Strong and Lena (Wicker) Elderkin.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Amherst College, 1901. Bachelor of Divinity, Yale, 1905. Doctor of Divinity, Washburn College, 1917.

Career

Deceased). Ordained to ministry Congressional Churches, 1905. Served as minister First Church, Ogden, Utah, Plymouth Church, Lawrence, Kansas, and 2d Church, Oak Park, Illinois, until 1918. Field representative Chicago Theological Seminary, 1918-1919.

Western secretary.

Membership

Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1919-1920. Fellowship of Reconciliation International Conference, Bilthoven, Holland, 1919. Member Council for Social Action of Congressional Churches, 1938-1944, vice chairman, 1940, chairman, 1942.

Member ad interim committee Missions Council of Congressional Churches, 1942. Member Chi Phi.; Mason.

Connections

Married Eline A. Lubeck, July 30, 1901 (deceased). Children: Noble S., Judith (Mistress Clarke H. Wales), Ellene Sage (Mistress Frank M. McDonald), Martha (Mistress T. R. Nesbitt).

father:
Noble Strong Elderkin

mother:
Lena (Wicker) Elderkin

spouse:
Eline A. Lubeck

child:
Ellene Sage Elderkin (Mistress Frank M. McDonald)

child:
Martha Elderkin (Mistress T. R. Nesbitt)

child:
Noble S. Elderkin

child:
Judith Elderkin (Mistress Clarke H. Wales)