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Philip Thomas Hale

Clergyman

Philip Thomas Hale, American clergyman. member of the board State Missions of Alabama.

Background

Hale, Philip Thomas was born on August 18, 1857 in New Market, Alabama, United States. Son of Doctor Philip Perry and Caroline Susan (Gulledge) Hale.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, with honors, Howard College, Alabama, 1879. Full graduate Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1883, and post-graduate same. Doctor of Divinity, Howard, 1890.

Doctor of Laws, Union U.

Career

Ordained Baptist ministry. Pastor Danville, Kentucky, 1883-1888, Birmingham, Alabama, 1888-1898, Roanoke, Virginia, 1898-1901, Owensboro, Kentucky, 1901-1904. President Union U., Jackson, Tennessee, 1904-1906.

Correspondent secretary Baptist Education Society of Kentucky, 1906-1909. Lecturer, and financial secretary, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, September 10, since 1909.

Membership

Member of the board State Missions of Alabama.

Connections

Married Lena Lyle Bolinger, December 9, 1885. Children: John Bolinger (deceased), Thomas Farris (deceased), Roy William, Philip Theodore, Davis Ward, Earl Douglas, Franklin Sevier.

father:
Doctor Philip Perry Hale

mother:
Caroline Susan (Gulledge) Hale

spouse:
Lena Lyle Bolinger

child:
John Bolinger Hale (deceased)

child:
Thomas Farris Hale (deceased)

child:
Roy William Hale

child:
Philip Theodore Hale

child:
Davis Ward Hale

child:
Earl Douglas Hale

child:
Franklin Sevier Hale