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Clergyman , educator

William Ernest Denham was a Welsh clergyman, educator.

Background

Denham, William Ernest was born on January 4, 1881 in Swansea, Wales. Son of Frederic Charles and Emeline (Jenkins) Denham.

Education

He was a student of University of Louisville (Master of Arts) and Tulane University.

He graduated Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, 1909.

Career

Ordained Baptist ministry, 1911. Pastor successively Mitchell, Indiana, Finchville and Simpsonville, Kentucky, 2d Ch, Columbia, South Carolina., Coliseum Place Church, New Orleans, until 1919, Carrolton Avenue Church, 1921-1929.

Professor O.T. exposition, Baptist Bible Institute, New Orleans, Church, St. Louis, Missouri, 1929-1940. In fields of evangelism and Bible teaching, 1940-1942. Acting pastor, 1st Baptist Church, Montgomery, Alabama, 1942-1943.

Pastor 1st Baptist Church, Miami, Florida, 1943-1949. Dean Baptist Bible Institute, Lakeland Florida, from 1949. Author: Synthesis, 1922.

Introducing the New Testament, 1925. New Testament Studies, 1934. The Comforter, 1935. Home: Lakeland, Florida†.

Connections

Married Myrtle Lane, June 15, 1910. Children: William Ernest, Richard Lane, Frederic Charles, Bonnie Lenore.

father:
Frederic Charles Denham

mother:
Emeline (Jenkins) Denham

spouse:
Myrtle Lane

child:
William Ernest Denham

child:
Richard Lane Denham

child:
Frederic Charles Denham

child:
Bonnie Lenore Denham