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Thomas Jenkins, British bishop. member Cincinnati Associate Mission; member Pan-Anglican Congress (London).

Background

Jenkins, Thomas was born on January 31, 1871 in Shenley, England, United Kingdom. Son of John Jenkins and Mary Ann (Boyles) Jenkins.

Education

Bachelor of Divinity, Kenyon College and Bexley Hall, 1914, Doctor of Divinity, 1924.

Career

Ordained deacon of the Episcopal Church (Diocese of Southern Ohio), 1900, ordained priest, 1901. Member Cincinnati Associate Mission, 1900-1902. Missionary in Alaska, 1902-1910.

Rector St. Paul’s Church, Fremont, Ohio, 1910-1915, St. David’s Church, Portland, Oregon, 1915-1925. General missionary and educational secretary Diocese of Oregon, 1925-1929. Consecrated bishop of Missionary District of Nevada, January 25, 1929, resigned the bishopric, May 1942. Assistant bishop, Diocese of Long Island, New York, 1946-1949. President Standing Committee for Oregon, 1919-1925. President Board of Religious Education, Oregon, 1917-1925. Deputy General Convention, 1907, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28. Member Pan-Anglican Congress (London), 1908, Lambeth Conference (London), 1930, 48.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Church in Nevada. The Desert Churchman. The Man of Alaska

Membership

Member Cincinnati Associate Mission, 1900-1902. Member Pan-Anglican Congress (London), 1908, Lambeth Conference (London), 1930, 48.

Connections

Married Ruth Mary Prichard, August 15, 1901.; married second, Edith Smith, May 1942.

father:
John Jenkins Jenkins

mother:
Mary Ann (Boyles) Jenkins

spouse:
Ruth Mary Prichard

spouse:
Edith Smith