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Clergyman , writer

Raymond W. Settle, American clergyman, writer. Ordained to ministry Baptist Church, 1910.


Settle, Raymond W. was born on March 11, 1888 in Pleasant Gap, Missouri, United States. Son of Charles Angelo and Emily Luvina (Rogers) Settle.


AB, William Jewell College, 1922.


Pastor, First Church, Erie, Kansas, 1912-1913;pastor, Neodesha, Kansas, 1913-1915;pastor, Beaumont Church, Kansas City, Missoury, 1915-1921;pastor, Prairie View and Drexel, Missouri, churches, 1921-1922;pastor, First Church, Mount Ayr, Iowa., 1922-1923;pastor, Slater, Missouri, 1923-1934;pastor, Lamar, Colorado, 1935-1942;pastor, First Church, Lexington, Missourithen pastor, South Fork (Colorado) Community Church, Emanuel Chapelchaplain, Veterans Center.


  • Ordained to ministry Baptist Church, 1910.



Moderator Lafayette County Baptist Association, 1942-1944. Director Lexington Chamber of Commerce, 1944-1946. Member Lexington Post-war Planning Commission, 1943.

Full time secretary Cameron Chamber of Commerce. Member John Phelps Fruit Memorial Commission, 1944;member Tri-County Baptist District Board, 1943-1944. President Lexington Ministerial Alliance, 1943-1945.

Board of managers Colorado Baptist Convention Young Men’s Christian Association, secretary World War, Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Detroit Naval Training Station and Camp Grant, Rockford, Illinois, 1918-1919. Member American Pioneer Trails Association, Missouri Writer's Guild (president 1929-1930, award 1949), Missouri History Society, Missouri Baptist History Society, Kansas History Society, Colorado History Society, Colorado Authors League, Sons of the American Revolution, Western History Association, Masons, Kappa Sigma, Pi Kappa Delta.


Married Mary Anna Lund, August 25, 1914. Children: Pauline Marie Settle Sharp, Marilyn Ray Settle Bricker.

Charles Angelo Settle

Emily Luvina (Rogers) Settle

Mary Anna Lund

Pauline Marie Settle Sharp Settle

Marilyn Ray Settle Bricker Settle