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Robert Elliott Brown

Clergyman

Robert Elliott Brown, Canadian clergyman. member Executive Committee General Council (Congressional); member Commision on Missions, New Haven Ministers’ Association.

Background

Brown, Robert Elliott was born on December 17, 1873 in Middleville, Ontario, Canada. Son of Robert and Anna H. (Unsworth) Brown.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Oberlin College, 1901. Bachelor of Divinity, Yale Divinity School, 1904. Doctor of Divinity, Carleton College, 1921.

Career

Ordained Congleton ministry, 1904. Pastor Pilgrim Church, New Haven, Connecticut, 1904-1911, 2d Congressional Church, Waterbury, 1911-1924, 1st Congressional Church, Oakland, California, 1924-1929. Professor practical theology, Oberlin Theological Seminary, since 1929.

Trustee Oberlin College, Suffield (Connecticut) School, Pacific School of Religion, Country Life Academy. Member Executive Committee General Council (Congressional). Director Northern California Conference.

Chairman nominating committee National Council, 1919-1921. Young Men’s Christian Association work in France, 1917-1918. Executive Committee Congressional World Movement.

Alumni lecturer Yale Division School, 1919. Preacher at Stanford University. Member Commision on Missions, New Haven Ministers’ Association Author: How to Use Wheat.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: How to Use Wheat.

Membership

Member Executive Committee General Council (Congressional). Member Commision on Missions, New Haven Ministers’ Association.

Connections

Married Mabel A. Millikan, June 23, 1904. Children: Elizabeth, Edward.

father:
Robert Brown

mother:
Anna H. (Unsworth) Brown

spouse:
Mabel A. Millikan

child:
Elizabeth Brown

child:
Edward Brown