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Theodore Russell Ludlow

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Theodore Russell Ludlow, American bishop. Served as welfare worker with Chinese Labor Battalion, with Advertising Educational Foundation during World War.

Background

Ludlow, Theodore Russell was born on July 14, 1883 in Valley Creek, Texas, United States. Son of Samuel Russell and Mary Hoagland (Vermilye) Ludlow.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Austin College, 1903, Doctor of Divinity, 1923, Doctor of Laws, 1940. Bachelor of Laws, Columbia, 1907, A.M., 1907. Postgraduate Harvard, 1908-1909.

Bachelor of Divinity, Episcopal Theological School, 1911. Doctor of Divinity, Rutgers University, 1949.

Career

Ordained to ministry Episcopal Church, 1911. Professor political science Boone U., Wuchang, China, 1911-1916. Political adviser to Provisional Government, Wuchang, 1911-1912.

Rector St. Paul’s Church, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts, 1920-1923. Lecturer canon law Episcopal Theological School, 1922. Dean Grace Cathedral, Topeka, peka, 1923-1927.

Secretary for adult education National Council Protestant Episcopal Church, 1927-1931. Rector Church of Holy Communion, South Orange, New Jersey, 1931-1936. Suffragan bishop Diocese of Newark, 1936-1953.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: I Am a Vestryman, 1937. Contributor articles church mags.

Membership

Served as welfare worker with Chinese Labor Battalion, with Advertising Educational Foundation during World War.

Connections

Married Helen Roosevelt Lincoln, June 7, 1911. Children: Theodore Lincoln, James Minor, Ogden Roosevelt.

father:
Samuel Russell Ludlow

mother:
Mary Hoagland (Vermilye) Ludlow

spouse:
Helen Roosevelt Lincoln

child:
Theodore Lincoln Ludlow

child:
James Minor Ludlow

child:
Ogden Roosevelt Ludlow