Gideon Isaac Keirn, D.D. On October 25, 1922, G. I. Keirn, D.D., minister of the Independent Liberal Church, Unitarian-Universalist, of Atlanta, Ga., died of angina pectoris. He had been seriously ill during the summer, but had sufficiently recovered to return
Gideon Isaac Keirn The news of the death of the Rev. G. I. Keirn, D. D., Oct. 25, came as a shock, for we had supposed that Dr. Keirn was in his usual excellent health. A host of friends in
He Helped to Found Tuskegee George L. Chaney also was he prime factor in the birth of Georgia Institute of Technology At the annual meeting of the Laymen’s League of the Unitarian church in Jacksonville, Fla., attention was called to
Rev. George Leonard Chaney, widely known and well-beloved minister of the Unitarian demonization, died at his home in Salem, Mass., on Wednesday, April 19, 1922 in the house in which he was born. December 24, 1836. He was descended from
Rev. Ralph E. Conner At the age of nearly fifty-three years, Rev. Ralph E. Conner, minister of the Second Parish in Marlboro, Mass, died at the Deaconess Hospital in Boston, March 1. He was born in Newfields, N.H., July 4,
Pacific Unitarian (1920) Installations On April 28th Rev. Hurley Begun was installed as minister of the first parish of Bedford, Mass. Rev. Minot O. Simons preached the sermon. Rev. John M. Wilson, Rev. Loren B. MacDonald and Rev. B. J.
The Christian Register William Roswell Cole Rev. William Roswell Cole died suddenly in Cohasset, Mass, August 21, in the fifty-fifth year of his life, the twenty, third year of his ministry in the historic First Parish and town of Cohasset.
Joseph Wade Conkling A letter from a relative of Dr. Joseph Wade Conkling, former minister of the Unitarian church in Atlanta, Ga., brings the information that he has died in France in the defence of his country’s and the world’s
Archivist Note: This article is the fourth in a series of articles Rev. Chaney published weekly in The Christian Register in starting December 5, 1918. The articles cover the history of the Hollis Street Church in Boston. This article covers the
KILIED IN FRANCE Capt. J.W. Conkling FORMER PASTOR, SLAIN Dr. J. W Conkling, former pastor of the Unitarian church in Atlanta, and a captain in the 82nd division, died on October 16th from wounds received in action in France, according