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Clergyman , educator , lecturer

Samuel Maynard Le Page, American lecturer, educator, clergyman. Member contest committee League of Nations Association; Member National Economic League, American Geography Society, Conseil Historique et Heraldique de France, Pi Gamma Museum; Mason, Odd.

Background

Page, Samuel Maynard Le was born on September 28, 1884 in Cumberland, Ohio, United States. Son of Peter Marquin and Leah Jane (Downey) L.

Education

Graduate Cumberland (Ohio) High School, 1904. Bachelor of Arts, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1909. Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Boston University, 1911, Doctor of Philosophy., 1915.

Graduate student, University of Berlin, 1913-1914.

Career

Ordained Mechanical Engineering ministry, 1911. Pastor Ray, N.Dak., 1912-1913, Charleston, O., 1914-1915, Tallmadge, 1915-1918, Salineville, 1918-1920, Holliston, Massachusetts, 1920-1922, Arlington Heights, Massachusetts, 1922-1923.

Professor of history, Iowa Wesleyan College, 1923-1925, Ottawa U., 1925-1931, Penn College, Iowa, 1931-1932. Pastor Byfield Parish since 1934.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Relationship Between the Earlier Experiences of St. Augustine and His Later Religious Conceptions, 1915. A History of Ottawa University, 1928. Laying the Corner Stone, 1929.Also articles in mags.

Membership

Member contest committee League of Nations Association. Member National Economic League, American Geography Society, Conseil Historique et Heraldique de France, Pi Gamma Museum. Mason, Odd.

Connections

Married Rosette Pearl Jones, of South Hamilton, Massachusetts, January 29, 1912.

father:
Peter Marquin L.

mother:
Leah Jane (Downey) L.

spouse:
Rosette Pearl Jones