DRURY, AUGUSTUS WALDO: United Brethren; b. at Pendleton, Ind., Mar. 2, 1851. He studied at Western College (now Leander Clark College), Toledo, Ia. (B.A., 1872), Union Biblical Seminary, Dayton, O., from which he was graduated in 1877, and the University of Berlin (1886). After being professor of classics in Western College 1872-1873 and holding various pastorates in his denomination 1873-80, he was professor of church history in Union Biblical Seminary 1880-92. Since 1892 he has been professor of systematic theology in the same institution. He has been secretary of the United Brethren Historical Society since 1885, and was a member of the Tri-church Council (Congregational, United Brethren, and Methodist Protestant) in 1906-07. In 1891-92 he was editor of The United Brethren Quarterly Review, and has written The Life of Philip William Otterbein (Dayton, 1884); The Life of Bishop J. J. Glossbrenner (1889); Disciplines of the United Brethren in Christ (1895); Minutes of Annual and General Conferences (1897); and Baptism (1902).