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William Henry Mcglauflin

Clergyman

William Henry Mcglauflin, American clergyman. member permanent commission on temperance, Universalist General Convention, 1900-1908; member American Council World Alliance for International Friendship Through the Churches; member Pennsylvania Committee on Penal Affairs.

Background

Mcglauflin, William Henry was born on October 2, 1856 in Charlotte, Maine, United States. Son of Thomas and Alice (McCabe) M.

Education

Educated St. Lawrence University, New York. Graduate division school, same, 1882. Courses in Biblical langs. under Professor William R. Harper, 1884-1885.

Special studies American U., Harriman, Tennessee, 1894-1895. A.M., 1895; Doctor of Divinity, American U., 1896, St. Lawrence University, 1907.

Career

Ordained Universalist ministry, 1882. Pastor Friendship, New York, 1882-1887, Rochester, Minnesota, 1887-1891, Harriman, Tennessee, 1891-1896, Atlanta, Georgia., 1896-1904. Tri-state superintendent of chs., Minneapolis, 1904-1907.

General superintendent Universalist Church of America, January 20, 1907-December 1916. Pastor Scranton, Pennsylvania, since 1916. Past Chancellor Knights of Pythias, Minnesota, 1890.

Chaplain Good Templars, Georgia, 1898-1900. Junior v.comdr. Alabama and Tennessee divisions Sons of Veterans, 1901-1904. Commander Pennsylvania Camp 500, S. of Virginia, 1920-1922.

Honorary chaplain 143d Pennsylvania Regiment G.A.R., 1922. Chaplain New England Society of Northeastern Pennsylvania, since 1924. President Scranton Public Forum, 1918-1919.

Lecturer in colls., high schools, etc., 1903-1913. Member permanent commission on temperance, Universalist General Convention, 1900-1908. Member American Council World Alliance for International Friendship Through the Churches.

Member Pennsylvania Committee on Penal Affairs. Editor Tri-State Messenger, 1904-1907. Author: Faith with Power, 1912.

Home: Scranton, Pa.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor Tri-State Messenger, 1904-1907. Author: Faith with Power, 1912.

Membership

Member permanent commission on temperance, Universalist General Convention, 1900-1908. Member American Council World Alliance for International Friendship Through the Churches. Member Pennsylvania Committee on Penal Affairs.

Connections

Married Lucy Culver Sibley, 1887 (died 1897). Married second, Alice Gertrude Coe, 1912.

father:
Thomas M.

mother:
Alice (McCabe) M.

spouse:
Lucy Culver Sibley

spouse:
Alice Gertrude Coe