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William Hammond Milton

Clergyman

William Hammond Milton, American clergyman. Member National War Commission Protestant Episcopal Church, World War; member Board Missions, 1912-1919, National Council, 1920-1937; member of national field, education, missions and publicity departments Protestant Episcopal Church, 1920-1936.; Mason (K.T.).

Background

Milton, William Hammond was born on October 17, 1868 in Clarke Company, Virginia, United States. Son of William Taylor and Frances Calender (Duncan) Milton.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia, 1888. Theological Seminary, Alexandria, Virginia, 1889-1892. Johns Hopkins, 1896-1897.

Doctor of Divinity, Hampden-Sydney (Virginia) College, 1907.

Career

J. M. T. Finney, Junior), William Hammond, Annual Assistant professor of chemistry, Virginia Military Institute, 1888-1889. Deacon, 1892, priest, 1893, Protestant Episcopal Church. Rector St. Luke’s Church, Blackstone, Virginia, 1892-1894, Henshaw Memorial Church, Baltimore, Maryland., 1894-1899, St. John’s Church, Roanoke, Virginia, 1899-1909, St. James’ Church, Wilmington, North Carolina, 1909-1936, rector emeritus since November 1, 1936.

Editor Diocesan Journal, Southern Virginia, 1906-1909. Captain engrs., Virginia National Guard, 1888-1889.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor Diocesan Journal, Southern Virginia, 1906-1909. Captain engrs., Virginia National Guard, 1888-1889.

Membership

Member National War Commission Protestant Episcopal Church, World War. Member Board Missions, 1912-1919, National Council, 1920-1937. Member of national field, education, missions and publicity departments Protestant Episcopal Church, 1920-1936.

Mason (K.T.).

Connections

Married Virginia Lee Epes, June 12, 1895. Children: Virginia Lee (wife of Doctor.

father:
William Taylor Milton

mother:
Frances Calender (Duncan) Milton

spouse:
Virginia Lee Epes

child:
Virginia Lee (wife of Dr Milton