Log In

Samuel Hetherington Woodrow Edit Profile

Clergyman

Samuel Hetherington Woodrow, Australian clergyman. Member Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Woodrow, Samuel Hetherington was born on March 23, 1862 in Melbourne, Canada (father a citizen of the United States). Son of Clark and Eliza (Spear) Woodrow.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Bates College, Maine, 1888, Doctor of Divinity, 1903. Graduated from Yale Division School, 1892.

Career

Ordained Congleton ministry, 1892. Pastor Westerly, Rhode Island, 1892-1895, Plymouth Church, Providence, Rhode Island, 1895-1898, Hope Church, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1898-1907, First Church, Washington, District of Columbia, May 1, 1907-1913, Pilgrim Church, St. Louis, May 1, 1913-1921, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts, 1921-1928. Delegate to missionary convention, Edinburgh, 1910.

Trustee Bates College, Hartford School of Religious Pedagogy, Atlanta (Georgia) Theological School, Drury College. Has traveled extensively in the United States and Europe.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Probability and Possibility of Miracles, 1899. Essential Truth, 1904.

Membership

Member Phi Beta Kappa. Clubs: Winthrop. Yale.

Connections

Married Minnie Clough, November 6, 1888. Children: Frank Clough, Christine Hetherington (deceased).

child:
Frank Clough Woodrow