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Wilfred Reginald Haughton Hodgkin

Clergyman

Wilfred Reginald Haughton Hodgkin, British clergyman.

Background

Hodgkin, Wilfred Reginald Haughton was born on November 6, 1879 in Tunbridge Wells, England. Son of Wilfred Haughton and Leonora Irene (Smith) Hodgkin.

Education

Came with parents to the United States, 1890. B. Little, University of California, 1900. Graduate Church Division School of the Pacific, 1904.

Bachelor of Divinity, Pacific School of Religion, 1912, Doctor of Divinity, 1923.

Career

Deacon, 1904, priest, 1905. Vicar All Souls’ Church, Berkeley, California, 1906-1919. Rector St. Mark’s Church, Berkeley, 1919-1933.

Archdeacon Episcopal Diocese of California, 1933-1939. Vicar of East Contra Costa County, 1939. Chaplain St. Luke’s Hospital, San Francisco and Episcopal City Mission Society, 1940.

Acting rector Trinity Parish, Oakland, from 1948. Dean of Convocation of San Francisco, 1910-1916. Deputy General Convention Protestant Episcopal Church, 1931, 34, 37, 40.

Member Forward Movement communications of General Convention.

Membership

Member Forward Movement communications of General Convention. Served with Army Young Men’s Christian Association, World War. Chairman Alameda County Welfare Council.

Trustee Church Division School of the Pacific, Pacific School of Religion, Deaconess Training School of the Pacific. Member National Tuberculosis Association (director) 1927-1929), California Tuberculosis Association (president 1929), Theta Delta Chi.

Connections

Married Mary Hewitt Parsons, September 10, 1906. Children: Anita Marselis (deceased), Elizabeth, Mary Lambert, Wilfred Haughton.

father:
Wilfred Haughton Hodgkin

mother:
Leonora Irene (Smith) Hodgkin

spouse:
Mary Hewitt Parsons

child:
Anita Marselis Hodgkin (deceased)

child:
Elizabeth Hodgkin

child:
Mary Lambert Hodgkin

child:
Wilfred Haughton Hodgkin