William Henry Kerschner

William H. Kerschner

 

William H. Kerschner, son of J. Peter and Harriet (Reichard) Kerschner, was born in Ottercreek Township. Mercer County, Pa., Jan. 13th, 1870; educated at Fredonia Institute, Franklin and Marshall College and the Eastern Theological Seminary, graduating from the latter May 14th, 1903; licensed by St. Paul's Classis,
June 5th, 1903; ordained by Clarion Classis July 17th, 1903, committee: Revs. R. C. Bowling, D. D., and U. O. H. Kerschner. Pastorates Plum Creek charge, Pa., 1903-1914; the Watson Run charge, Pa., 1914. Married Oct. 13th, 1903, to Miss Elizabeth Stewart, of Hadley, Pa. One daughter Ida Marie, born Jan. 16th, 1905.

The History of the Pittsburgh Synod of the Reformed Church in the United States by David B. Lady, 1920, page 433

 

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