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Samuel Joseph Wylie

clergyman

Samuel Joseph Wylie, American clergyman. member of staff div. college work executive council Episcopal Church, New York City, 1958-1960; Served to Lieutenant as chaplain United States Navy Reserve, 1943-1946.

Background

Wylie, Samuel Joseph was born on November 5, 1918 in New York City. Son of Samuel John and Mary (Little) Wylie.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Wheaton College, 1938. Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Biblical Seminary in New York, 1942. School of Theology and Ministry, Union Theological Seminary, 1952.

Master of Arts (honorary), Brown U., 1958, Doctor of Divinity, 1967. Doctor of Divinity, Virginia Seminary, 1967, Huron College, 1968.

Career

Ordained to ministry Presbyterian Church, 1942. Pastor John Hall Memorial.

Works

  • Author: New Patterns for Christian Action, 1960. Precede the Dawn, 1963. The Celebration of Smallness, 1973.

    Contributing author: New Canterbury Pilgrims, 1952. Living Thankfully, 1964.

Membership

Member of staff div. college work executive council Episcopal Church, New York City, 1958-1960. Served to Lieutenant as chaplain United States Navy Reserve, 1943-1946.

Connections

Married Beatrice Irene Browne, August 31, 1942. Children: Irene (Mistress.

father:
Samuel John Wylie

mother:
Mary (Little) Wylie

spouse:
Beatrice Irene Browne

child:
Irene (Mrs Wylie