Rev. Frank Graves8 Cressey
(Cpt. Frederick J.7,
Born August 15, 1866 in Des Moines, Iowa.
Married 1895 Minnie Frances Babcock of Painesville, Ohio.
He is a graduate Brown University, A.B., 1891, Lake Erie and
University of Chicago, 1893, D.B. 1898, and Ph.D. 1903. Taught
Latin, Denison University, and taught Mathematics. Ordained to
Baptist ministry in 1895 and held pastorates in California and
Ohio. Author "The Church and Young Men," published by Revell
Co., New York, 1903. In 1935 he was engaged in pulpit supply.
Lived in Granville, Ohio.
Cressey Born 1896 in Tiffin, Ohio.
Married 1925 in China, Marion H. Chatfield of Granby,
Connecticut. She graduated Mount Holyoke College, 1921.
He graduated Denison University, Ph.B. 1919, University Chicago,
Ph.D. 1923, teacher at University of Shanghai, China, 1924-1929,
fellow Harvard University, 1930, Clark University, Ph.D. 1931,
Chairman Department of Geology and Geography, University of
Syracuse, New York, 1931. Author "China's Geographic
Foundations," published by McGraw & Hill, New York,
Note: The compiler of the original book, "Cressey
Family" did not assign a numeric number for George
Babcock Cressey thus the 1160A designation.
Children of Marion H. and George Babcock Cressey:
Cressey Born born Shanghai, China, in 1926.
Cressey Born Shanghai, China, in 1928.
Cressey Born Syracuse, New York, in 1933.
Cressey born 1899 in Dayton, Ohio.
Married 1931 Elizabeth Wilbur of Chicago, a graduate of Denison
He graduated Denison University, Ph.B. 1921. Teacher Swatow
Academy, China, 1921-1924, University Chicago, Ph.D. 1930.
Teacher of Sociology, Reed College, Portland, Oregon, 1927,
McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 1931, Urban Sociological
Investigator in India, 1930, at Wheaton College, Norton,
Massachusetts, Assistant Professor of Sociology, 1932.
Children of Elizabeth and Paul Frederick Cressey:
Cressey born November 21, 1934 in Norton, Massachusetts.