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Clergyman

Will Charles Chappell, American clergyman. member of the board of directors Rankin Christian Center Welfare Fund of Pittsburgh, Federation of Social Agencies, Pittsburgh Council of Churches, Phi Delta Theta. Moderator Buffalo Baptist Association; member Executive Committee Pa Baptist Convention, Baptist Board of Missionary Cooperation.; Mason. Co-Author: Teacher’s Manual for Christian Americanization, 1919.

Background

Chappell, Will Charles was born on March 6, 1878 in Cambrida, Michigan, United States. Son of Judson D. and Julia M. (Henry) Chappell.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Hillsdale College, 1902. Post-graduate work, same college, Doctor of Divinity, 1922. Bachelor of Divinity, Union Theological Seminary, 1907.

Career

Ordained ministry Baptist Church, 1907. Pastor Danville, N.H., 1907-1910, Buffalo, New York, 1910-1919. Became executive secretary Pittsburgh Baptist Association, 1919.

Pastor Community Church, North Danville, N.H., 1932. Now pastor First Baptist Church, Danville, N.H.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-Author: Teacher’s Manual for Christian Americanization, 1919. Baptist City Planning, 1920.

Membership

Member of the board of directors Rankin Christian Center Welfare Fund of Pittsburgh, Federation of Social Agencies, Pittsburgh Council of Churches, Phi Delta Theta. Moderator Buffalo Baptist Association. Member Executive Committee Pa Baptist Convention, Baptist Board of Missionary Cooperation.

Mason. Co-Author: Teacher’s Manual for Christian Americanization, 1919.

Connections

Married Ethel Gurney, 1906 (died 1923).; married second, Adda Huntsinger, 1924. Children: Will Judson, Mary Ethel (Mistress Earl Stephen), Esther Julia.

father:
Judson D. Chappell

mother:
Julia M. (Henry) Chappell

spouse:
Ethel Gurney

spouse:
Adda Huntsinger

child:
Will Judson Chappell

child:
Mary Ethel Chappell (Mistress Earl Stephen)

child:
Esther Julia Chappell