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Clergyman

William Walter Smith, American clergyman. Member New York Churchmen’s Association, Alumni Association General Theological Seminary.

Background

Smith, William Walter was born on May 27, 1868 in New York City. Son of William Gordon and Henriette Louise (Krüger) Smith.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1889, A.M., 1892. Graduate General Theological Seminary, 1892. Doctor of Medicine College Physicians and Surgeons (Columbia), 1895.

Regent’s diploma and New York City license, 1895. New York Dental College, 1895-1897. Post-graduate work in New York Lying-in Hospital, Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital, DeMilt Dispensary.

Teachers College (Columbia), 1900-1904.

Career

Deacon, 1892, priest, 1893, Protestant Episcopal Church. Lay reader, “Heavenly Rest,” New York, 1886-1892, curate, 1892-1900. Founder, and missionary, Christ Church, Bronxville, 1900-1902.

On staff City Mission Society, 1901-1907. Chaplain House of Refuge, 1901-1907. Curate St. Andrew’s Church, New York, since 1909.

Membership

Member New York Churchmen’s Association, Alumni Association General Theological Seminary.

Connections

Married Maud Parsons Canfield, June 28, 1909.

father:
William Gordon Smith

mother:
Henriette Louise (Kru00fcger) Smith

spouse:
Maud Parsons Canfield