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Clergyman

Stanley Ross Fisher was an American clergyman.

Background

Fisher, Stanley Ross was born on November 12, 1880 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. Son of Review Oren D. and Mary Lucretia (Noble) Fisher.

Education

Special student of Boston University. Yale Division School, 1905. Studied voice, organ, and composition under various masters.

Career

Ordained to Congleton ministry, 1905. Associate pastor of Central Presbyterian Church, Denver, 1904, 05. Pastor Ramona, California, 1905-1906.

Founder, and pastor of Church of the Messiah (Congressional), Los Angeles, California, 1907-1915. Pastor of First Congressional Church, Fall River, Massachusetts, 1915-1919. Co-pastor of American Church in Paris, 1919-1921, pastor of Wellesley Congressional Church, Wellesley, Massachusetts, 1921-1930.

Became connected with China staff of Laymen’s Foreign Missions Inquiry of the Institute of Social and Religious Research, New York, 1930, and visited China and the Far East. Ordained to ministry Protestant Episcopal Church, 1932. Special preacher of St. Paul’s Cathedral, Boston.

Rector of St. Andrew’s Church, Hanover, Massachusetts.

Membership

Served with Young Men’s Christian Association and with military intelligence department United States of America, in Europe, 1918, 19. Member American Guild Organists, University.

Connections

Married Estelle Lindell Coleman, January 13, 1906. Children: Lindell Ross, Stanley Nathan, Robert Previtt (deceased).

father:
Review Oren D. Fisher

mother:
Mary Lucretia (Noble) Fisher

spouse:
Estelle Lindell Coleman

child:
Lindell Ross Fisher

child:
Stanley Nathan Fisher

child:
Robert Previtt Fisher (deceased)