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Church executive

Raymond Augur Dudley, American church executive. Ordained to ministry Congressional Church, 1919.

Background

Dudley, Raymond Augur was born on February 18, 1890 in Guilford, Connecticut, United States. Son of Horace Francis and Mary Eliza (Augur) Dudley.

Education

AB, Yale University, 1916. Bachelor's Degree, Yale University, 1919. Master of Arts, Kennedy School of Missions, 1937.

Doctor of Laws, Olivet (Michigan) College, 1954.

Career

Appt. missionary American Board Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 1919. Member American Madura Missions, South India, 1919-1944. Associate secretary American Board Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 1944-1946, secretary, 1946-1957.

Consultant on staff Inter Church Aid and Service to Refugees division World Council Churches, Geneva, Switzerland, from 1958. Delaware International Missionary Council, Willingen, Germany, 1952. Chairman, vice president Foreign Missions division National Council Churches of Christ, 1952-1953.

Achievements

  • Ordained to ministry Congressional Church, 1919.

Connections

Married Katherine Ellen Clark, June 1, 1918. Children: Winston Clark, Constance Mary (Mistress Donald H. Rumely), Robert Augur, Richard Eldridge.

father:
Horace Francis Dudley

mother:
Mary Eliza (Augur) Dudley

spouse:
Katherine Ellen Clark

child:
Winston Clark Dudley

child:
Constance Mary Dudley (Mistress Donald H. Rumely)

child:
Robert Augur Dudley

child:
Richard Eldridge Dudley