Thomas William Smith, American clergyman. Member Phi Beta Kappa.
Smith, Thomas William was born on December 8, 1865 in Jacksonville, Illinois, United States. Son of Thomas William and Annie Eliza (Sisson) Smith.
Bachelor of Arts, Illinois College, 1887. Yale University, 1887-1888. Graduate Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1894.
Doctor of Divinity, Illinois College, 1908.
By 2d marriage) William Thomas. Taught in Illinois College, 1888-1890. Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1894.
Pastor Lenox (later St. Nicholas Avenue) Church, New York, 1894-1914, Arlington Avenue Church, E. Orange, New Jersey, 1914-1918. Young Men’s Christian Association service overseas, 1918-1919. Minister, Westminster Presbyterian Church, Jacksonville, Illinois, 1920-1924, First Presbyterian Church, Hibbing, Minnesota, 1925-1936.
Pastor First Presbyterian Church, Northville, 1936-1941. Now living in St. Petersburg, Florida, serving as supply. Moderator Presbytery of Duluth, 1931-1932.
Member Phi Beta Kappa.
Married Jane L. Russel, September 15, 1904 (died 1906). Married second, Grace Millard French, August 31, 1911. Children: (by 1st marriage) Jane Russel.