Rev. Pemberton Hale8 Cressy
Born November 23, 1872, in Denver, Colorado.
He was brought up by his uncle, James Ford Hale, son of
Pemberton Hale, and who married
Mehitable H. Cressey7,
and Mary (Harris) Cressey of Rowley
Married Elizabeth Breed Walcott in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
He graduated at Salem High School, 1891, Harvard College, 1895,
Andover Theological Seminary, 1898. He received call to the
North Conway Congregational Church in 1898 and was ordained
there in 1899; was pastor four years. In 1903 he accepted a
call from the First Church of Christ at Groton, Massachusetts
(Unitarian), and remained pastor 13 years. In 1916 he became
pastor of the Old South Church in Beverly, Massachusetts, where
he was pastor at the time of his death, February 16, 1920.
Cressy born September 5, 1903 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Graduated Beverly High School, 1922, Bowdoin College,
1926, B.A. Took a summer course in Paris, France, 1928,
taught at Dean Academy, Franklin, Massachusetts, 1926-27,
Suffield School, Connecticut, 1927-29, was awarded a post
to teach at Roanne, France, 1930-31, by the Institute of
International Education, taught at Riviera School,
Cameo, France, 1932-33, and at St. Cloud, France,
1933-34. He received M.A. degree at Middlebury College,
Vermont, 1934, is to teach the winter of 1934-35 at
Worcester Academy, Massachusetts.
Cressy born December 24, 1907 in Groton, Massachusetts.
graduated Beverly High School, 1924, Bowdoin College,
1928, A.B., received Longfellow Prize and went to
Harvard College, 1928-29, M.A., taught Spanish at
St. Paul's School, Concord, N.H., 1929-30. He is
as of 1935 tutoring pupils in Beverly, Massachusetts.
Cressy born January 22, 1912 in Groton, Massachusetts.
Graduated Beverly High School, 1928, Andover Academy,
1930, Williams College, 1934, B.A. As of September,
1934 he is a radio announcer at New Bedford,