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Clergyman

Thomas Albert Wigginton, American clergyman.

Background

Wigginton, Thomas Albert was born on September 19, 1863 in Fredonia, Caldwell Company, Kentucky, United States. Son of John Henry and Sarah Elizabeth (Parr) Wigginton.

Education

Educated Fredonia Seminary, Kentucky. School of Liberal Arts, Cumberland U. Bachelor of Divinity, Theological Seminary, Cumberland U., 1893, Doctor of Divinity, 1906.

Career

Ordained Presbyterian ministry. 1893; pastor Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Oxford, Mississippi, 1893-1897, 1st Church (now Chestnut St Church), Evansville, Indiana, 1897-1908, Broadway Church, Nashville, Tennessee, 1909-1918. Camp religious work director Army Young Men’s Christian Association, Camp Hancock.

Georgia, November 1, 1917-March 1, 1918. Religious work director S.E. Department, Army Young Men’s Christian Association, March 1, 1918-June 1, 1919. Pastor Washington Avenue.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editorial writer on The Presbyterian Advance, Nashville. Also has written the comments on the S.S. lessons for that paper since 1906.

Membership

Member Ind Philosophical Association, Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Connections

Married Belle Smartt, of McMinnville, Tennessee, October 10, 1894. Children: Thomas Albert, Madison Smartt.

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