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Clergyman

Samuel Medary Dick was an American clergyman.

Background

Dick, Samuel Medary was born on April 4, 1857 in Pickaway Company, Ohio, United States. Son of Johnson and Susan R. (Green) Dick.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1887, A.M., 1890. Doctor of Philisophy, University of Michigan, 1891.

Career

Ordained Mechanical Engineering ministry, 1895. Pastor Lowell. Massachusetts, 1896-1898, Providence, Rhode Island, 1898-1903, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1903-1907, Wesley Church, Minneapolis, 1907-1912, later First Methodist Episcopal Church, Minneapolis. Won the Shearman prize of $250 given by American Economics Association, 1891, for best essay on State and Local Taxation of Personal Property in the United States.

Membership

Member of the 3d Ecumenical Methodist Conference, London, 1901.

Connections

Married Allie M. Luse, June 28, 1888.

father:
Johnson Dick

mother:
Susan R. (Green) Dick

spouse:
Allie M. Luse