Benjamin Severance Winchester

WINCHESTER, Benjamin Severance. b. Bridport, Vermont, 20 February 1868; d. Danbury, Connecticut, 29 April 1955. He was a pastor, educator, and administrator. His parents were Warren Weaver Winchester (1823–1889), a minister, and Catherine Mary Severance Winchester (1821–1915). He married Pearl Adair Gunn (1874–1971) in 1897, and they had five children, Margaret, Katharine, Pauline, Alice, and John Henry.  Winchester earned the BA degree from Williams College in 1889, after which he taught chemistry and natural sciences at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington. He received the BD from Chicago Theological Seminary in 1895 and then spent two years at the University of Halle. Following...

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