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Thomas Cary Johnson, American theologian. Member Advisory Board for Preservation of Virginia Antiquities.

Background

Johnson, Thomas Cary was born on July 19, 1859 in Fishbok Hill, Virginia, United States. Son of Thomas and Minerva (Hinchman) Johnson.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Hampden-Sidney College, 1882, Doctor of Divinity, 1891, Doctor of Laws, 1899. Diplomas in schools of Latin, Greek and mathematics, University of Virginia, 1883-1884. Graduate Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, 1887.

Special student, Yale, 1887-1888.

Career

Cary, Elinor Holmes, Anne Faulkner. Professor Old and New Testament exegesis, Austin (Texas) Theological School, 1888-1890. Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1890.

Pastor elect Third Church, Louisville, Kentucky, 1890-1891. Professor of English Bible and pastoral theology, 1891-1892, eccles, history and polity, 1892-1913, systematic theology, 1913-1930, emeritus, Union Theological Seminary, Richmond.

Membership

Member Advisory Board for Preservation of Virginia Antiquities.

Connections

Married Ella Faulkner Bocock, December 26, 1894. Children: Thos.

father:
Thomas Johnson

mother:
Minerva (Hinchman) Johnson

spouse:
Ella Faulkner Bocock

child:
Thos Johnson