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Clergyman

Samuel Mcpheeters Glasgow, American clergyman. Member Phi Gamma Delta.

Background

Glasgow, Samuel Mcpheeters was born on March 18, 1883 in Fincastle, Virginia, United States. Son of Frank Thomas and Grace Woodson (McPheeters) Glasgow.

Education

Graduate Ann Smith Academy, Lexington, Virginia, 1899. Bachelor of Arts, Washington and Lee University, 1903, Doctor of Divinity, 1921. Bachelor of Divinity, Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, Virginia, 1908, Hogue fellow, same, 1908-1909.

Career

Ordained ministry Presbyterian Church in the United States, 1909. Missionary on Texas border, at Mercedes, Texas, 1909-1913, 1914-1916. Professor Greek and homiletics, Austin (Texas) Theological Seminary, 1913-1914.

Pastor Bream Memorial Church, Charleston, West Virginia, 1916-1920, First Church, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1920-1931, Independent Presbyterian Church, Savannah, Georgia, 1931-1944. Supply preacher First Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, North Carolina, since 1945.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Border Trails, 1912. (brochure) The Frontier, 1912. Brief Book Studies in the General Epistles, 1929.My Tomorrow’s Self, 1931. Daily Communion, 1933. The Splendor of Grace, 1937, Chapels—Today’s Evangelistic Frontier, 1939.Part author: Needed Counsel for New Christians, 1922. Author of Gospel hymns.

Membership

Member Phi Gamma Delta.

Connections

Married Mary Finley McIlwaine, October 28, 1909.

father:
Frank Thomas Glasgow

mother:
Grace Woodson (McPheeters) Glasgow

spouse:
Mary Finley McIlwaine