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,
American Unitarian Association Director’s Meeting The regular monthly meeting of the board of directors of the American Unitarian Association was held at 25 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass, on Wednesday, November 12, 1919, at 2 PM. Present: Messrs. Bates, Carr, Carruth,
The Southern Field THE COURTESY OF THE EDITOR of THE CHRISTIAN REGISTER permits me to set before the readers of THE REGISTER in a series of brief articles some of the needs and opportunities of our Unitarian work in this
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.
Parish News Letters Healthy Merger in Atlanta ATLANTA, GA.—Liberal Christian Church, Rev. Dr. G. I. Keirn: So much has happened in the Atlanta church the past year that it is hard to know where a report of events should begin.
American Unitarian Association Looking Toward the South AMERICA IS EMERGING from war conditions. To the average American the war seemed to end abruptly, whatever may have been the knowledge which military experts had of conditions in Europe. The American Unitarian