Charles Rosecrans Harmon

1863 - 1955

Cumberland Presbyterian Minister

Presbyterian Minister after 1906

Rev. C. R. Harmon attending a family reunion in Greene County, Tennessee.


1887
"Therefore Charles Harmon presented himself and the Committee on Examination requested Rev. J. B. Dobson D.D. to lead in the conference with the brother. And he having given satisfactory evidence of a divine call to the ministry he was received under the care of the presbytery as a candidate for the ministry."
[Source: Knoxville Presbytery Minutes, April 1-2, 1887 pages 183-184]

1887
Candidate - C. Harmon, Greeneville, Tennessee
Knoxville Presbytery - Synod of Tennessee
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1887, pages 155 & 179]

1888
"The hour for the licensure of bro. C. R. Harmon having come the moderator called Rev. L. McWherter to preside and license the brother which was done and C. R. Harmon was licensed to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ."
[Source: Knoxville Presbytery Minutes, March 29-31, 1888, page 213]

1888
Licentiate - C. R. Harmon, Greeneville, Tennessee
Knoxville Presbytery - Synod of Tennessee
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1888, pages 167 & 188]

1889
Licentiate - C. R. Harmon, Greeneville, Tennessee
Knoxville Presbytery - Synod of Tennessee
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1889, pages 176 & 197]

1890
Licentiate - C. R. Harmon, Greeneville, Tennessee
Knoxville Presbytery - Synod of Tennessee
Pastor - Fair View Cumberland Presbyterian Church [session clerk lived in Home, Tennessee]
Pastor - Parrottsville Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Parrottsville, Tennessee
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1890, pages 122, 145 & 224]

1890
"The hour having arrived for the ordination of Charles R. Harmon, Rev. J. J. Carroll proceeded to preach the ordination sermon, which being concluded, the Presbytery proceeded by the laying on of the hands of the Presbytery to set Charles R. Harmon apart to the full work of the gospel ministry. Rev. J. W. Ghormly presiding and delivered the charge. On motion Charles R. Harmon was granted a letter of dismissal and recommendation."
[Source: Knoxville Presbytery Minutes, October 2-4, 1890, page 284]

1891
Rev. Charles R. Harmon, Bradford, Ohio
Miami Presbytery - Synod of Ohio
Pastor - Bradford Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Bradford, Ohio
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1891]

1892
Rev. Charles R. Harmon [No address listed]
Miami Presbytery
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1892, pages 147 & 160]

 

1893
Rev. Charles R. Harmon, Lee, Ohio
Athens Presbytery - Synod of Ohio
Pastor - Albany Cumberland Presbyterian Church [session clerk lived in Lee, Ohio]
Pastor - Alexandria Cumberland Presbyterian Church [session clerk lived in Hebbardsville, Ohio]
Pastor - Waterloo Cumberland Presbyterian Church [session clerk lived in Marshfield, Ohio]
Commissioner to General Assembly in Little Rock, Arkansas, May 18-24, 1893.
Served on Committee on Records of Indiana Synod
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1893, pages 6, 10, 140, 162 & 236]

1894
Rev. Charles R. Harmon, Lee, Ohio
Athens Presbytery - Synod of Ohio
Pastor - Albany Cumberland Presbyterian Church [session clerk lived in Lee, Ohio]
Pastor - Alexandria Cumberland Presbyterian Church [session clerk lived in Hebbardsville, Ohio]
Pastor - Waterloo Cumberland Presbyterian Church [session clerk lived in Marshfield, Ohio]
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1894, pages 155, 176 & 246]

1895
Rev. Charles R. Harmon, Whisler, Ohio
Athens Presbytery - Synod of Ohio
Pastor - Albany Cumberland Presbyterian Church [session clerk lived in Lee, Ohio]
Pastor - Alexandria Cumberland Presbyterian Church [session clerk lived in Hebbardsville, Ohio]
Pastor - Waterloo Cumberland Presbyterian Church [session clerk lived in Marshfield, Ohio]
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1895, pages 161, 183 & 256]

1896
Rev. Charles R. Harmon, Whisler, Ohio
Athens Presbytery - Synod of Ohio
Pastor - Laurelville Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Laurelville, Ohio
Pastor - Prairie View Cumberland Presbyterian Church [session clerk lived in Whisler, Ohio]
Pastor - Tarlton Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Tarlton, Ohio
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1896, pages 147, 170 & 231]

1897
Rev. Charles R. Harmon, Whisler, Ohio
Athens Presbytery - Synod of Ohio
Pastor - Laurelville Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Laurelville, Ohio
Pastor - Prairie View Cumberland Presbyterian Church [session clerk lived in Whisler, Ohio]
Pastor - Tarlton Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Tarlton, Ohio
Commissioner to General Assembly in Chicago, Illinois, May 20-27, 1897.
May 21 - "The General Assembly convened and was opened with prayer, and one-half hour was spent in devotional exercises, conducted by the Rev. C.R. Harmon."
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1897, pages 6, 9, 195, 266 & 294]

1898
Rev. C. R. Harmon, Whisler, Ohio
Athens Presbytery - Synod of Ohio
Pastor - Laurelville Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Laurelville, Ohio
Pastor - Prairie View Cumberland Presbyterian Church [session clerk lived in Whisler, Ohio]
Pastor - Tarlton Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Tarlton, Ohio
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1898, pages 216, 280 & 309]

1899
Rev. C. R. Harmon, Brownsville, Pennsylvania
Union Presbytery - Pennsylvania Synod
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1899, pages 206a & 212a]

1900
Rev. C. R. Harmon, Brownsville, Pennsylvania
Union Presbytery - Pennsylvania Synod
Pastor - Brownsville Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Brownsville, Pennsylvania
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1900, pages 135a, 220a & 232a]

1901
Rev. C. R. Harmon, Brownsville, Pennsylvania
Union Presbytery - Pennsylvania Synod
Pastor - Brownsville Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Brownsville, Pennsylvania
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1901, pages 161a, 230a & 277a]

1902
Rev. C. R. Harmon, -Brownsville, Pennsylvania
Union Presbytery - Pennsylvania Synod
Pastor - Brownsville Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Brownsville, Pennsylvania
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1902, pages 151a, 230a & 241a]

1903
Rev. C. R. Harmon, Brownsville, Pennsylvania
Union Presbytery - Pennsylvania Synod
Pastor - Brownsville Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Brownsville, Pennsylvania
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1903, pages 136a, 215a & 226a]

1904
Rev. C. R. Harmon, Brownsville, Pennsylvania
Union Presbytery - Pennsylvania Synod
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1904, pages 117a, 194a & 206a]

1905
Rev. C. R. Harmon, Brownsville, Pennsylvania
Union Presbytery - Pennsylvania Synod
Pastor - Brownsville Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Brownsville, Pennsylvania
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1905, pages 98a, 173a & 184a]

1906
Rev. C. R. Harmon, Brownsville, Pennsylvania
Union Presbytery - Pennsylvania Synod
Pastor - Brownsville Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Brownsville, Pennsylvania
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1906, pages 90a, 162a & 173a]

Rev. Charles Rosecrans Harmon went into the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. in 1907.

Ministerial Necrology
Charles R. Harmon
Honorably Retired
Toledo Presbytery
died - March 19, 1955, in Xenia, Ohio, age 91
[Source: General Assembly Minutes of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A., 1956, page 428]


Updated June 14, 2012

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