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Clergyman

Ulysses Simpson Smith, American clergyman. Member Uniting Conference of Methodism, Kansas City, 1939.

Background

Smith, Ulysses Simpson was born on February 2, 1869 in Davis County, Iowa, United States. Son of Samuel and Mary K. (Smith) Smith.

Education

Bachelor of Philosophy, Iowa Wesleyan College, Mount Pleasant, 1900, Doctor of Divinity, 1912.

Career

Entered Methodist Episcopal ministry, 1892. Pastor Montrose, Iowa, 1892-1895, Batavia, 1895-1897, West Burlington, 1897-1898, Eddyville, 1898-1899, Pulaski, 1900-1902, What Cheer, 1902-1903, Montezuma, 1903-1907, Washington, 1907-1914, 1st Church, Muscatine, 1914-1919. Trustee Iowa Wesleyan College, 1912-1919, president, 1919-1927.

Pastor First Methodist Episcopal Church, Fairfield, Iowa, 1927-1936. Pastor Perry, Iowa, 1936-1940, New London, 1940-1942. Retired, 1942. Delaware General Conference of Methodist Episcopal Church Church, 1912, 20, 24, 36.

Member Uniting Conference of Methodism, Kansas City, 1939. Traveled abroad visiting Europe, Egypt, Palestine and Syria, 1910.

Membership

Member Uniting Conference of Methodism, Kansas City, 1939. Traveled abroad visiting Europe, Egypt, Palestine and Syria, 1910. Mason.; Clubs: Rotary, Lions.

Connections

Married Eva May Patterson, August 17, 1892 (died November 16, 1930).; married second, Mary Hunter, June 27, 1932. Children: Hazel, Pauline.

father:
Samuel Smith

mother:
Mary K. (Smith) Smith

spouse:
Eva May Patterson

spouse:
Mary Hunter

child:
Hazel Smith

child:
Pauline Smith