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Henry F. Kloman, Minister



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  • Title Henry F. Kloman, Minister 
    Date August 30, 2942 
    Locality nytimes.com 
    Page 42 
    Periodical New York Times 
    Source Type Newspaper 
    Source ID S551 
    Text Henry F Kloman
    Minister 47 Years

    Retired Chaplain of St. Mary's School, Raleigh, N. C., Was Serving in Orange, N. J.

    A Major in the Last War

    Ex-Rector of Episcopal Church Near Mount Vernon Once Attended by Washington

    Special to the New York Times

    ORANGE, N. J., Aug. 29 - The Rev. Henry Felix Kloman, Episcopal minister who retired in May as chaplain of St. Mary's School, Raleigh, N. C., died today in Orange Memorial Hospital from the effects of a stroke suffered yesterday. His age was 72. Mr. Kloman, who was born in Warrenton, Va., on May 4, 1870, during the month of August had been in charge of Grace Episcopal Church here in the absence of the rector, the Rev. Lane W. Barton.

    After his graduation from the Virginia Theological Seminary at Alexandria, and his ordination in 1895, Mr. Kloman served for two years as rector of Pohick Church, near Mount Vernon, where George Washington had attended.

    He was assistant rector of Christ Church, Baltimore, 1897-1900; rector of St. Paul's at Haymarket, Va., 1900-05, and of St. Stephens, Portland, Ore., 1905-16, and dean of the Cathedral in Fargo, N. D., 1916-23. His work at Fargo was interrupted by the first World War in which he served in France as chaplain of Mobile Hospital, No. 1, with the rank of major.

    Mr. Kloman was rector of St. Peter's Church, Salisbury, Md., 1923-28, and of Emmanuel Church, Cumberland, Md., from 1928 until appointed chaplain of St. Mary's in 1934.

    In 1900, Mr. Kloman married Eleanor Marshall Trapnell of Charles Town, W. Va., who died last Christmas Day. Surviving are three children, the Rev. Edward Felix Kloman, rector of Old Christ Church, Philadelphia; Joseph Trapnell Kloman, New York artist, and Mrs. Mark Jenkins, wife of the rector of Calvary Church, Fletcher, N. C.; two brothers, Dr. E. H. Kloman of Baltimore and William C. Kloman of Washington, and five sisters, Mrs. Jesse A. Davis of Baltimore, Miss Agnes Kloman of Warrenton; Mrs. John E. Lightbourne of Louisville, Ky.; Mrs Edwards Wilson of Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Aisquith Robinson of Baltimore. 
    Linked to JENKINS, Reverend Grover Mark
    KLOMAN, Anne Hunter
    KLOMAN, Anthony Joseph Trapnell
    KLOMAN, Reverend Edward Felix
    KLOMAN, Reverend Henry Felix 




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