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Samuel Andrew Coile

Clergyman

Samuel Andrew Coile, American clergyman. Mason.

Background

Coile, Samuel Andrew was born on January 18, 1857 in Dandridge, Tennessee, United States. Son of John Leonard and Mary Elizabeth (Bettis) Coile.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Tusculum College, Greeneville, Tennessee, 1879, A.M., 1884. Lane Theological Seminary, Cincinnati, O., 1880-1883. Studied University of Chicago.

(Doctor of Divinity, Gale [Wisconsin] College, 1895).

Career

Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1883. Pastor Greeneville, Tennessee, 1883-1895, Fort Sanders Church, Knoxville, 1895-1901. President Tusculum College, 1901-1907.

Pastor Lebanon, Tennessee, 1907-1914. President Cumberland U., 1914-1916. Pastor Maryville, Missouri, 1916-1920, McCausland Avenue Church, St. Louis, January 18, since 1920.

Trustee Tusculum College, 1883-1907.

Membership

Mason.

Connections

Married Mary Carleton Speck, June 30, 1887.

father:
John Leonard Coile

mother:
Mary Elizabeth (Bettis) Coile

spouse:
Mary Carleton Speck