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Samuel Lane Loomis

Clergyman

Samuel Lane Loomis, American clergyman.

Background

Loomis, Samuel Lane was born on August 16, 1856 in Littleton, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Elihu and R. Augusta (Lane) Loomis.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Amherst, 1877, Doctor of Divinity, 1899, student Yale Division School, 1877-1878. Graduate Andover Theological Seminary, 1880. Special studies Berlin and London, 1885-1886.

Career

Henry Sprague. Ordained Congleton ministry, 1880. Pastor York St. Church, Newport, Kentucky, 1880-1885.

In Europe, 1885-1886, 1907, 1927, lecturer Andover Theological Seminary, 1886-1887. Assistant pastor Tompkins Avenue Church, Brooklyn, 1887-1890. Pastor Belleville Avenue Church, Newark, New Jersey, 1890-1896, Union Church, Boston, 1896-1907, Westfield (New Jersey) Church, 1909-1916.

Associate secretary American Missionary Association, New York, 1917-1924. Editor American Missionary Magazine, 1923-1928. President Class of 1877, Amherst.

Author: Modern Cities and Their Religious Problems, 1887. Home: Larchmont, New York Deceased.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Modern Cities and Their Religious Problems, 1887.

Connections

Married Marion Lippincott, August 23, 1887.

father:
Elihu Loomis

mother:
R. Augusta (Lane) Loomis

spouse:
Marion Lippincott