|Birth: ||Jan. 19, 1874|
|Death: ||Sep. 4, 1935|
Commodore W. Cauble was born near Salem, Washington Co., Ind. He taught two terms in the district school, and at the age of twenty-one entered the College of the Bible at Lexington, Ky. He graduated with the class of 1899, and preached one year for the church at Dyersburg, Tenn. In the fall of 1900 he entered Indiana University at Bloomington, and received his master's degree in the Philosophy Department in June, 1903. He was in the Divinity School of Harvard University during the year 1903 and 1904. While a student at Bloomington, he preached for the church at Orleans, and while at Harvard he preached for the little church at Manton, R. I. On Oct. 1, 1904, he began a four years' pastorate at Greencastle, Ind. In the winter of 1908 he spent four months in Egypt, Palestine and southern Europe. He held a short pastorate with the Sixth Church, Indianapolis, and reluctantly gave up that work to go to his present field. He has been pastor at Martinsville since Nov. 1, 1909. He is president of Bethany Assembly, and gives freely of his time and energy to the brotherhood in that important work. -- Indiana Pulpit, p.234.
Dr. Cauble Dead
Indianapolis, Ind. Sept 5 (U.P.) Funeral services for Dr. Commodore W. Cauble, 61, who died of heard disease here last night, will be completed upon the arrival of Mrs. Cauble from Pasadena, Cal. He was secretary of the Indiana Christian Missionary society 13 years. He was author of "Disciples of Christ in Indiana" and held pastorates in Indianapolis, Greencastle, and Martinsville. -- Hammond Times, Sept. 5, 1935.
Crown Hill Cemetery
Plot: 4th Addition B Lot: 190 Row 7
Maintained by: Tom Childers
Originally Created by: jbmgs
Record added: Dec 09, 2011
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