He married, first, Doris Katherine Upton on 8 June 1927. He married a second time to Marjorie Dietz on 30 Jun 1939. Marjorie died 14 May 1957. He married third to Mazelle Van Cleave, 24 April 1959.
Clifford took an A.B. at Clark College in 1920, an A.M. at Clark University, and a Ph.D at the University of Pennsylvania in 1925. He held various teaching positions at Clark University, Brown University and the University of Pennsylvania. He was an associate professor of sociology at the University of Minnesota and a professor of sociology at Indiana University. In 1936-37 he had a Guggenheim research fellowship in Germany. In World War I he was a private in the U.S. strategic bombing survey in 1945. He was decorated with the Distinguished Service Cross in 1918.
Following in the footsteps of his father, Clifford was a prolific author, turning out a large number of works in his chosen field of sociology. Among them: "Capital Punishment (1925)", "Religeon in Human Affairs (1926)", "Nazi Germany, It's Women and Family Life (1938)", "What Science Says About Happiness In Marriage (1947)", and "The Family as Process and Institution (1955, rev. 1963)".
Clifford Kirkpatrick was a contributor to professional journals of sociology and member of a number of professional societies and associations. He made his home in Bloomington, Indiana.
There was one child born of the first marriage; and two children born of the second marriage.
Clifford a sociologist at Minnesota and Indiana Universities. Source: Lyllis Brown.
Social Security Death Index:
Clifford Kirkpatrick and Doris Katherine Upton were married on 8 June 1927.90 Doris Katherine Upton died after 1965. From the Fitchburg Sentinel newspaper, Fitchburg, Massachusetts, October 21, 1965, Doris Upton Kirkpatrick was a Newspaper woman, and chairman of the United Fund. She was going to write a historical book about Fitchburg.
Clifford Kirkpatrick and Doris Katherine Upton had the following children:
Clifford Kirkpatrick and Marjorie Dietz were married on 30 June 1939 in Monroe Co., Indiana.57 Marjorie Dietz died on 14 May 1957.
Clifford Kirkpatrick and Marjorie Dietz had the following children: