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Stephen Alison Norton

Clergyman

Stephen Alison Norton, American clergyman.

Background

Norton, Stephen Alison was born on June 9, 1854 in Bradford, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of William W. and Frances (McCoy) Norton.

Education

Carleton College, Minnesota, 1872-1876, Doctor of Divinity, 1895. Bachelor of Arts, Amherst, 1878. Hartford (Connecticut) Theological Seminary, 1879.

Bachelor of Divinity, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1881.

Career

Penfield. Ordained Congleton ministry, 1881. Pastor, Amboy, Illinois, 1881-1884, Princeton, Illinois, 1884-1891, Highland, California, 1892-1893, First Church, San Diego, California, 1894-1902, 1st Church, Woburn, Massachusetts, 1902-1922, Manhattan Beach, California, 1922-1925, retired. Pastor emeritus Woburn (Massachusetts), 1st Congressional Church, since 1925.

Director Congressional Publication, Education, and Home Missionary societies Author: The Old Puritanism and the New Age, 1903. The Call of the Heights, 1910. Home: Claremont, Calif.

Works

  • Other Work

    • The Old Puritanism and the New Age, 1903. The Call of the Heights, 1910.

Connections

Married Therina L. Hunt, 1881 (died 1897).; married second, Mary F. Penfield, May 20, 1899. Children: Paul Willard, Ruth (deceased).

father:
William W. Norton

mother:
Frances (McCoy) Norton

spouse:
Therina L. Hunt

spouse:
Mary F. Penfield

child:
Paul Willard Norton

child:
Ruth Norton (deceased)