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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 6th Annual Edition, 1918-1919
Volume 498, Page 86   View pdf image (33K)
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JULIUS S. CARROLL.

Julius S. Carroll, pastor of Centennial Methodist Episcopal
Church, is the son of the late Rev. Henry A. Carroll, who for a
number of years was a prominent member of the Washington Con-
ference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. Carroll was born
in Baltimore. He attended the public schools of Alexandria, Va.,
and Washington, D. C. He also attended Howard University. In
1901 he graduated from Morgan College with the degree of Bach-
elor of Arts and in 1906 from Drew Theological Seminary, Madi-
son, N. J., with the degree of Bachelor of Divinity. Rev. Carroll
also graduated from the Theological Department of Morgan Col-
lege. While pursuing the course at Drew Theological Seminary
Rev. Carroll had charge of a mission work in New York City. He
has served both in the country and the city. La Plata, Holly Run
and Hullsville, and Chase Circuits had him as their pastor. He
served as pastor also at Sparrows Point, Maryland; Wheeling, West
Va.; Charleston, West Va., where a beautiful church was erected
during his pastorate, and Clarksburg, West Va. Rev. Carroll is
now serving his second year at Centennial Church. It is quite a
coincidence that forty odd years ago Rev. Henry A. Carroll was
pastor of Centennial Church, the church then being called Dallas
Street, and for four years prior to Rev. Julius Carroll's coming to
Centennial his uncle, the Rev. N. M. Carroll, D. D., was pastor of
the church.

In 1905 Rev. Carroll married Miss Florence May Dungee, a
teacher in the Baltimore Public Schools and who is a graduate of
Howard University with the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Mrs. Car-
roll has shown her adaptability in the sphere of a minister's wife
by the able manner in which she works in her husband's church and
the community. In 1916 Mrs. Carroll represented the Washington
Conference Woman's Missionary Society at the national meeting of
the society at Columbus, Ohio.

 

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