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T. Ross Hicks, Canadian clergyman. Member New England Conference, Theta Delta Chi.; Mason.; Club: Kiwanis.


Hicks, T. Ross was born on October 25, 1883 in Butternut Ridge, N.B., Canada. Son of James Melbourne and Adelaide Selina (Seely) Hicks.


Graduate Worcester (Massachusetts) Academy, 1905. Bachelor of Arts, Boston University, 1909. Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Boston University School of Theology, 1911.

Master of Theology, Xenia Theological Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri, 1927. Student of University of North Dakota, 1937-1939. Doctor of Divinity, Central Wesleyan College, 1934.


Ordained ministry of Methodist Church, April, 1910. Pastor, Arlington Street Methodist Church, Nashua, N.H., 1909-1911. First Methodist Church, Claremont, N.H., 1911-1915.

Lincoln, N.H., 1915; district superintendent Dover District, N.H. Conference Methodist Church, 1915-1920. District supt, Southern Dist, 1920-1923. Director Adult Work, Board of Education, Methodist Church, 1923-1926.

Pastor, First Methodist Church, Webster Groves, Missouri, 1926-1933. First Methodist Church, Sedalia, Missouri, 1933-1936. First Methodist Church, Grand Forks, North Dakota, 1936-1940.

President Wesley College, Grand Forks, North Dakota, 1940-1946, pastor 1st Methodist Church, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1946-1950, retired.


People need not just to accept but also to grow in relationship with God. God's grace and love constantly prompts and seeks to transform us, and so we should continually seek and pray to grow in holiness and love.


Church should be involved into political life by organizing delegations to party conferences.


Every member of a Christian Church should be delicate to other people and use appropriate language while communicating with others.


Member New England Conference, Theta Delta Chi. Mason.; Club: Kiwanis.


Married Mabel Louise Kinnecome, June 23, 1909. Children: Harold Edwin, Irving Ross, Philip Stanley.

James Melbourne Hicks

Adelaide Selina (Seely) Hicks

Mabel Louise Kinnecome

Harold Edwin Hicks

Irving Ross Hicks

Philip Stanley Hicks