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Clergyman

Stoddard Lane, American clergyman. Decorated Croix de Guerre, 1918. Trustee Grinnell College, Chicago Theological Seminary; chairman Adult Education Council, Des Moines, and Des Moines Peace Council. Served as sergeant Ambulance Service, United States Army, with French Army, June 8, 1917-April 8, 1919.; Member Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Lane, Stoddard was born on July 2, 1887 in Unionville, Connecticut, United States. Son of Charles Stoddard and Jessie (Carson) Lane.

Education

Graduated from the high school, Mount Vernon, New York, 1905. Bachelor of Arts, Amherst, 1909, Master of Arts, 1910, Doctor of Divinity, 1934. Bachelor of Divinity, Hartford Theological Seminary, 1913.

Graduate study University of Berlin, 1914.

Career

1 son; Stoddard; married second, Estella Hitchcock, June 22, 1920. Children—Barbara Hitchcock, Laura Ruth, Mary Dana. Ordained ministry, 1915.

Pastor Bogart Memorial Church, Bogota, New Jersey, 1915-1923, First Congressional Church, Manchester, N.H., 1923-1929, Plymouth Congressional Church, Des Moines, Iowa, since 1929.

Membership

Served as sergeant Ambulance Service, United States Army, with French Army, June 8, 1917-April 8, 1919. Member Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Anna Hepburn, October 26, 1915 (died 1916).; married second, Estella Hitchcock, June 22, 1920. Children: Barbara Hitchcock, Laura Ruth, Mary Dana.

father:
Charles Stoddard Lane

mother:
Jessie (Carson) Lane

spouse:
Anna Hepburn

spouse:
Estella Hitchcock

child:
Barbara Hitchcock Lane

child:
Laura Ruth Lane

child:
Mary Dana Lane