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Clergyman

Warren Hugh Wilson, American clergyman. Fellow American Geography Society; member American Sociological Society, Academy Political Science City of New New York.

Background

Wilson, Warren Hugh was born on May 1, 1867 in Tidioute, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of John Sloan and Elizabeth (Hamilton) Wilson.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Oberlin, 1890 (sophomore year at Wooster U., Ohio), Doctor of Divinity, 1915. Bachelor of Divinity, Union Theological Seminary, 1894. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia, 1908.

Doctor of Divinity, Washington College, Tennessee, 1912, Tusculum College, Tennessee, 1912. Doctor of Laws, Berea College, 1920.

Career

June 20, 1894; children—Margaret, Julius Lane, John Albert, Agnes Elizabeth. Secretary Student Department, New York City Young Men’s Christian Association, 1890-1891. Editor Intercollegian, 1891-1893.

Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1894. Pastor Christ’s Church, Quaker Hill, New York, 1894-1899, Arlington Avenue Church, Brooklyn, 1899-1908. Secretary Department of Church and Country Life, Board of Home Missions Presbyterian Church United States of America (now Presbyterian Board National Missions), since 1908.

Associate in education, Teachers College (Columbia University), 1914-1923. Instructor Union Theological Seminary, since 1927. President International Association of Agricultural Missions, 1919-1929.

Technical consultant in Survey of Christian Mass Movement, under auspices National Christian Council of India, 1930-1931.

Membership

Fellow American Geography Society. Member American Sociological Society, Academy Political Science City of New New York.

Connections

Married Pauline Elizabeth Lane. Children: Margaret, Julius Lane, John Albert, Agnes Elizabeth.

father:
John Sloan Wilson

mother:
Elizabeth (Hamilton) Wilson

spouse:
Pauline Elizabeth Lane.

child:
Margaret Wilson

child:
Julius Lane Wilson

child:
John Albert Wilson

child:
Agnes Elizabeth Wilson