|Name||Gilbert Owen Nations|
Washington, District of Columbia , United States
|| August 18, 1866
|| February 13, 1950
|Contributor||Nothing wrong, just gone|
Jan 28, 2006 04:35pm
|Info||Was married in 1886 to Sallie, and they had seven children. |
Nations was a probate judge in Farmington, Missouri, from 1903 to 1911.
From 1920 to 1934, Nations was a professor of Roman law, canon law and legal history at American University.
From 1921 to 1931, Nations published THE PROTESTANT.
In 1917, Nations wrote a book entitled "Papal Sovereignty".
From 1931 to 1936, Nations was editor of the Fellowship Forum.
Nations also wrote : Canon Law of the Papal Throne (1926); Political Career of Alfred E. Smith (1928); and Roman Catholic War on Public Schools (1931).
New York Times 2/14/1950