Anna Hindson

(Ingels) (1862-1933). Editor, conference secretary. In 1883, shortly after accepting the Seventh-day Adventist faith, she joined the Pacific Press staff, beginning a term of service for the church that continued uninterrupted for 50 years. For nine years she was secretary of the California Tract Society, and in 1893 was appointed to a similar position in Australia. Several years later she became secretary of the Australasian Union Conference and held that office until she married James Hindson in 1898. Together they then organized the tract society in western Australia. At the same time he began the health food work and she acted as secretary-treasurer of the West Australian Mission. For 34 years she was editor of the Australasian Record , and for 18 years she edited the Missionary Leader....

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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