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Wilbur Charles Newell

Clergyman

Wilbur Charles Newell, American clergyman.

Background

Newell, Wilbur Charles was born on December 28, 1859 in Mansfield, Connecticut, United States. Son of Frederick C. and Jane P. (Slater) Newell.

Education

Student Wesleyan University, Connecticut, 1878-1880, Boston University School of Theology, 1881-1882.

Career

Ordained to Mechanical Engineering ministry, 1887.

Pastor, N.E. Southern Conference, 1887-1901, Vermont Conference, 1901-1907, Troy Conference, 1907-1922, retired. Supply preacher; speaker for prohibition, and on literature social and religious subjects. Author: Truth About Hell, 1898.

The Life Worth Living, 1902. Messages from God from the Life Story of George A. Buckman. Christmas Appraisal of Jesus Christ.

Easter and the Life Immortal. Home: 20 Essex St., Amsterdam, New York. (winter) Hickory, North Carolina.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Truth About Hell, 1898. The Life Worth Living, 1902. Messages from God from the Life Story of George A. Buckman.Christmas Appraisal of Jesus Christ. Easter and the Life Immortal.

Connections

Married Elizabeth F. Haynes, September 3, 1884 (deceased February 10, 1922).; married second, Mistress.

father:
Frederick C. Newell

mother:
Jane P. (Slater) Newell

spouse:
Elizabeth F. Haynes

spouse:
Mistress