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Kerlins of Harrison County

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Re: Kerlins of Harrison County

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Encyclopedia of American Biography:
"KERLIN, ROBERT THOMAS, educator, author, was born March 22, 1866, in Newcastle, Mo. In 1890-94 and since 1900, he has been professor of practical theology Valley College. He was chaplain of 3d Missouri volunteers in Spanish-American war. He is the author of Mainly for Myself: The Lyrical Diversions of a Village Parson; and The Camp Life of the Third Regiment. "

The 1940 Census of Cumberland, Allegany County, Maryland
Robert T. Kerlin (transcribed as "Kadin"), age 74, born in Montana(as written), living in Keyser, Mineral County, W. Virginia in 1935, attended five yearsof College. Employed as Teacher/College Extension.
Adeline K, age 62, born in New Jersey, also at Keyer in 1935, teacher/piano studies.

There are a number of news articles in the Lexington Gazette, Lexington, VA, in the years 1910-1913.

The Cumberland Evening Times (Cumberland, Maryland),
April 3, 1940
Music and Arts Club Meets At Mrs. Swearingen's Home
Mrs Henry C. Swearingen, 571 Patterson Ave, was hostess to the Music and Arts Club last night...
Those present... Robert T. Kerlin.

Sept 11, 1942
Miss Kathryn Kervin, Germantown, Philadelphia, PA and Mrs George C. Hunt, Harrisburg, PA, are visiting their parents, Dr. and Mrs. Robert T. Kerlin, 613 Memorial Avenue.

Cumberland News (Cumberland, Maryland)
Deaths and Funerals
Mrs. Robert T. Kerlin
Mrs. Adeline (Koster) Kerlin, 89, Westminster, a former resident of Cumberland, died Monday in a Baltimore hospital.
Mrs Kerlin, who taugh piano here for many years, was the widow of Dr. Robert T. Kerlin, who was formerly on the staff of Potomac State College.
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Charles H. Albertson, JR., Westminster; Miss Constance Lee Kerlin, Baltimore, and Mrs. Anthony G. Shaw, Surrey, England, and three grandchildren.
The body is at the Myers Funeral Home in Westminister where services will be conducted at 3:30 p.m., today, with interment there.

His obit was found on as "Dr. Robert Kerlin Dies" Friday, March 17, 1950, the "Socialist Call" published in NY, NY.

Interesting article on his racial beliefs:

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