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Philip Cook

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Philip Cook, American bishop. Mason. Chaplain general S.A.R., 1927-1928.

Background

Cook, Philip was born on July 4, 1875 in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. Son of John D. S. and Rosalie (Barlow) Cook.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Trinity College, Connecticut, 1898. General Theological Seminary, 1902, S.T.D., 1922. Doctor of Divinity from St. John’s College, Maryland., and Trinity, 1921.

Doctor of Laws, Temple University, Philadelphia, 1933.

Career

Missionary, N. Dak., 1902-1904. Assistant minister, later vicar Chapel of Incarnation, New York, 1904-1911. Rector St. Mark’s Church, San Antonio, Texas, 1911-1916, Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Baltimore, 1916-1920.

Consecrated bishop of Delaware, October 14, 1920. Deputy to General Convention from W. Texas, later from Maryland. President of National Council, P.E. Church, 1934.

Young Men’s Christian Association secretary, American Expeditionary Force, in France, 1918, with 77th Division.

Membership

Mason. Chaplain general S.A.R., 1927-1928.

Connections

Married Anita Levin, June 1904 (died 1906). Married second, Adeline Bassett, 1911. Children: Josephine, Harriett, Adeline, Phyllis, George T., Philip, John S. Deacon and priest, Protestant Episcopal Church.

father:
John D. S. Cook

mother:
Rosalie (Barlow) Cook

spouse:
Adeline Bassett

spouse:
Anita Levin

child:
George T. Cook

child:
Harriett Cook

child:
Philip Cook

child:
Josephine Cook

child:
John S. Deacon and priest Cook

child:
Adeline Cook

child:
P.E. Ch Cook

child:
Phyllis Cook