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Clergyman

Walter Folger Greenman, American clergyman. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Public Health Association.

Background

Greenman, Walter Folger was born on January 21, 1865 in Nantucket, Massachusetts, United States. Son of George Washington and Sarah Wood (Folger) Greenman.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1885, A.M., 1888. Bachelor of Divinity, Harvard Division, 1888.

Career

1 son Raymond Henshaw. Ordained Unitarian ministry, 1890. Pastor Winona, Minnesota, 1889-1891 Fitchburg, Massachusetts, 1891-1900, Watertown, Massachusetts, 1920-1925, Augusta, Maine, 1926-1931.

Retired. General secretary General Conference Unitarian and other Christian Churches, 1903-1919. President Wisconsin State Conference Charities and Corrections, 1911-1912. Chairman advisory committee directors Milwaukee Association Churches, 1910-1919, Milwaukee Juvenile Protective Association, 1913-1919.

President Milwaukee Central Council of Social Agencies, 1913-1915. Honorary vice-president Massachusetts Anti-Tuberculosis League. Chairman department public welfare Milwaukee County Council of National Defense, 1917-1919.

Member of council General Unitarian Conference, 1919-1923.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Sociological Charts for Milwaukee, 1914.

Membership

Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Public Health Association.

Connections

Married Mabel Josephine Henshaw, December 26, 1888.

father:
George Washington Greenman

mother:
Sarah Wood (Folger) Greenman

spouse:
Mabel Josephine Henshaw