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Walter Huntington Rollins

Clergyman

Walter Huntington Rollins, American clergyman. Mason, Grand Chaplain Iowa Grand Lodge, 1911-1912.

Background

Rollins, Walter Huntington was born on June 1, 1869 in Newton, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Fitzhugh S. and Augusta L. (Hanson) Rollins.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Dartmouth, 1894. Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Andover Theological Seminary, 1898. Doctor of Divinity, Grinnell (Iowa) College, 1911.

Doctor of Laws, Fargo College, North Dakota, 1920.

Career

Ordained Congleton ministry, 1898. Pastor Blackstone, Massachusetts, 1898-1900, Wilmington, 1900-1906, 1st Church, Waterloo, Iowa, 1906-1914. President Fairmount College, Wichita, Kansas, 1914-1922.

Superintendent New York Congressional Conference, June, since 1922. Executive secretary New York City Congressional Association, January since 1933. Trustee Southern Seminary Foundation, Nashville, president New York Council of Churches and Religious Education, 1934-1937.

Membership

Mason, Grand Chaplain Iowa Grand Lodge, 1911-1912.

Connections

Married Mabel B. Stone, September 13, 1898. Children (living): Phyllis Huntington, Walter Huntington, Lois Stone, Helen Augusta.

father:
Fitzhugh S. Rollins

mother:
Augusta L. (Hanson) Rollins

spouse:
Mabel B. Stone