People

  1. 1. James E. White

    (1849-1928). Second son of James and Ellen White. At the age of 15 Edson was employed at the Review and Herald office, of which his father was founder and president. ...
  2. 2. James White

    (1821-1881). Co-founder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. He was born in Palmyra, Maine, Aug. 4, 1821, in a family of pioneer New England stock. ...
  3. 3. Roswell Cottrell

    (1814-1892). One of the early Adventists; writer, poet, minister. He descended from the Huguenots and was born in a Seventh Day Baptist family in the state of New York. ...
  4. 4. David Kalaka

    ( c. 1844-1904). Pioneer preacher, colporteur, translator, the first African Seventh-day Adventist in Basutoland, South Africa. ...
  5. 5. Maud Boyd

    (1851-1937). Pioneer Bible instructor, colporteur, and the first Seventh-day Adventist woman missionary sent to Europe. ...
  6. 6. Hannah More

    (1808-1868). An early convert, a former American missionary to Liberia. She joined the Seventh-day Adventist Church probably late in 1863, after a visit to the United States in 1861 or 1862, during wh ...
  7. 7. Loretta Robinson

    (1857-1933). Pioneer Seventh-day Adventist woman Bible instructor. She was born in Washington, New Hampshire, the twelfth of 22 children born to William Farnsworth. ...
  8. 8. Alonzo Jones

    (1850-1923). Minister, editor, author. He was born in Ohio. At the age of 20 he enlisted in the Army and for three years served his country. ...

People

James E. White

James White

Roswell Cottrell

David Kalaka

Maud Boyd

Hannah More

Loretta Robinson

Alonzo Jones