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Clergyman

William Henry Hubbard, American clergyman. member Executive communications of General Assembly Presbyterian Church United States of America, 1908-1911, executive secretary same since 1911.

Background

Hubbard, William Henry was born on April 16, 1851 in Clark Company, Kentucky, United States. Son of William Henry and Anna (Hinds) Hubbard.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Amherst, 1871. Student Andover Theological Seminary, 1871-1872. Graduate Princeton Theological Seminary, 1874.

(Doctor of Divinity, Berea College, Kentucky, 1905).

Career

Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1874. Pastor Rutland, Massachusetts, 1874-1876, South Congressional Church, Merrimac, Massachusetts, 1876-1883, Concord, N.H., 1883-1885, Second Congressional Church, Holyoke, Massachusetts, 1885-1886, First Presbyterian Church, Auburn, New York, 1886-1911. Member Executive communications of General Assembly Presbyterian Church United States of America, 1908-1911, executive secretary same since 1911.

Editor and publisher Assembly Herald of the Presbyterian Church, 1894-1898, Gospel Message, 1903-1905. Secretary General Assembly’s commission on systematic beneficence, Presbyterian Church United States of America, 1896-1909, when the committee was merged with the Executive Commission Commissioner of charities, Auburn, 1906-1907. Home: Auburn, New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor and publisher Assembly Herald of the Presbyterian Church, 1894-1898, Gospel Message, 1903-1905. Secretary General Assembly’s commission on systematic beneficence, Presbyterian Church United States of America, 1896-1909, when the committee was merged with the Executive Commission Commissioner of charities, Auburn, 1906-1907.

Membership

Member Executive communications of General Assembly Presbyterian Church United States of America, 1908-1911, executive secretary same since 1911.

Connections

Married Elizabeth Allen Skinner, November 9, 1886.

father:
William Henry Hubbard

mother:
Anna (Hinds) Hubbard

spouse:
Elizabeth Allen Skinner