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Rev Clarence Milton Seamans

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Rev Clarence Milton Seamans

Birth
Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island, USA
Death
21 Jul 1939 (aged 70)
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA
Burial
Whitman, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA
Plot
Lot 230, Burial # 3835
Memorial ID
144099886 View Source

Clarence M. Seamans
The present pastor of the A. C. Church at Springfield, Mass., was born in the town of Johnston, R. I., Feb. 8, 1869. He was educated in the schools of Scituate. He was converted at an early age, and was baptized and received into the Christian Church at Rockland, R. I. When nineteen years of age the family removed to Woonsocket, R. I. Here Bro. Seamans came under the ministry of Bro. Joseph Miett, pastor at Woonsocket. He joined the church and became deeply interested in the truth as held by Adventists, and became a valiant defender of the same.
Later Bro. Seamans married Miss Annie May Bennett, daughter of Bro. and Sister Miett. He commenced preaching in 1895, his first sermon being given at Central Falls. After supplying for a time at Pascoag, he was called to the pastorate of the A. C. Church at Portsmouth, N. H.
From Portsmouth he next accepted the call of the church at Chelsea, Mass., in October, 1902, remaining here some over five years. He led a strong, vigorous work in this field, and enjoyed the highest esteem both of the church and of the outside circle. From Chelsea he was called to Dover, N. H., remaining some more than a year. His next and present pastorate was with the church at Springfield, Mass. His service here began in May, 1909, and has been attended with many tokens of success. His ministry here has been attended by large congregations and numerous additions to the church, and is bright with promise for the future. The World's Crisis [undated clipping] Transcribed for Berkshire Christian College's Adventual Library, by Duane E. Crabtree, 17 Jan 2023.

In the Advent Christian hymnal, Hymns of Heritage and Hope, c2001, he has three hymns: p. 88: Like Zion's Holy Mount, 1902; p. 664: The Face of My Pilot; and p. 694: When Purple Twilight Gathers, 1906, all three both words and music.

Clarence M. Seamans
The present pastor of the A. C. Church at Springfield, Mass., was born in the town of Johnston, R. I., Feb. 8, 1869. He was educated in the schools of Scituate. He was converted at an early age, and was baptized and received into the Christian Church at Rockland, R. I. When nineteen years of age the family removed to Woonsocket, R. I. Here Bro. Seamans came under the ministry of Bro. Joseph Miett, pastor at Woonsocket. He joined the church and became deeply interested in the truth as held by Adventists, and became a valiant defender of the same.
Later Bro. Seamans married Miss Annie May Bennett, daughter of Bro. and Sister Miett. He commenced preaching in 1895, his first sermon being given at Central Falls. After supplying for a time at Pascoag, he was called to the pastorate of the A. C. Church at Portsmouth, N. H.
From Portsmouth he next accepted the call of the church at Chelsea, Mass., in October, 1902, remaining here some over five years. He led a strong, vigorous work in this field, and enjoyed the highest esteem both of the church and of the outside circle. From Chelsea he was called to Dover, N. H., remaining some more than a year. His next and present pastorate was with the church at Springfield, Mass. His service here began in May, 1909, and has been attended with many tokens of success. His ministry here has been attended by large congregations and numerous additions to the church, and is bright with promise for the future. The World's Crisis [undated clipping] Transcribed for Berkshire Christian College's Adventual Library, by Duane E. Crabtree, 17 Jan 2023.

In the Advent Christian hymnal, Hymns of Heritage and Hope, c2001, he has three hymns: p. 88: Like Zion's Holy Mount, 1902; p. 664: The Face of My Pilot; and p. 694: When Purple Twilight Gathers, 1906, all three both words and music.


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