Nebraska Authors

William Paul Barnds

Born 1904-08-05 Sweet Springs , MO

Died 1973-01-23
Fort Worth, TX

Buried
Slater City, MO

Barnds was a minister in the Episcopal Church before he became a Bishop in September 1966. He was ordained in the diocese of West Missouri. He had rectorates in Nevada, Independence, Montgomery County, Kansas and Lincoln, Nebraska, North Bend, Indiana and Dallas before moving to Fort Worth in 1968.

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE
North Bend, IN
Dallas, TX
Fort Worth, TX

Author Of

  • Poetry

Education

Missouri Valley College, Marshall, MO
University of Missouri, Columbia, MO
Seabury Western Seminary
University of Nebraska at Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, Ph.D.

Occupation

Minister

Places Worked

St. Matthew's Church

Bibliography

St. Matthew's Church Spire and Other Verses. 1949.

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