Galloway Street

Named for Charles Betts Galloway (1849-1909), a Methodist bishop from Mississippi. Galloway was, at the time, the youngest man to be elected bishop in his church. (He was 36.) He cofounded Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi and was also the namesake of Galloway College in Arkansas, now part of Hendrix College. This neighborhood has mostly alphabetical streets (except for “J”) that are mostly named for notable Methodists, as Pacific Palisades founder Charles H. Scott was a Methodist pastor himself.