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People

  1. 26. Charles Westphal

    (1890-1965). Missionary physician to Argentina. A native of Wisconsin, Charles, when he was 4 years old, was taken to Argentina, where his father served as the first Seventh-day Adventist minister in ...
  2. 27. Owen Crosier

    (1820-1913). Millerite preacher and editor, of Canandaigua, New York, first writer on what was to become the Seventh-day Adventist sanctuary doctrine. He was baptized in autumn 1843 by E. R. Pinney. ...
  3. 28. Alger Johns

    (1918-1972). Teacher and author. A native of Missouri, he took his secondary education at Maplewood Academy in Minnesota. ...
  4. 29. Louise Kleuser

    (1890-1976). A native of Germany, she came with her parents to the United States at the age of 9. Ten years later she united with the Seventh-day Adventist Church. ...
  5. 30. Arthur Maxwell

    (1896-1970). Author, editor, and administrator who gave 54 years of service to the Seventh-day Adventist cause. He was born in London on Jan. 14, 1896. ...
  6. 31. Hiram Case

    ( fl. 1851-1854). Millerite preacher won to Adventism by S. W. Rhodes in 1851. In 1854 he joined an opposition group that for two years published a paper called the Messenger of Truth ( see Messenger ...
  7. 32. Thomas Preble

    (1810-1907). Author, scholar, Free Will Baptist minister of New Hampshire, and Millerite preacher. He was born in Anson, Maine, and in due time became a preacher and pastor. On Nov. ...
  8. 33. Gerhard Hasel

    (1935-1994). Educator, scholar, author, administrator. Born in Vienna, Austria, he was the third child in a devout Seventh-day Adventist family. ...
  9. 34. Siegfried Horn

    (1908-1993). Archaeologist. A native of Germany, Horn received his college training in Germany, England (where he studied under Lynn H. Wood), and Walla Walla College. ...
  10. 35. Orrin Hall

    (1878-1959). Missionary, educator. A graduate of Union College (1899), he taught a church school in Missouri, then engaged in ministerial work (1900-1904). ...
  11. 36. Elmer Cardey

    (1884-1973). Pioneer, missionary, evangelist, administrator. A native of Wisconsin, he studied at Bethel Academy in that state and at Emmanuel Missionary College in Michigan. ...
  12. 37. William Branson

    (1887-1961). Evangelist, author, conference administrator, General Conference president. He was educated at Battle Creek College (1901-1903) and Emmanuel Missionary College (1903-1904). ...
  13. 38. Robert Pierson

    (1911-1989). Pastor, evangelist, missionary, author, administrator, president of the General Conference. He was born in Brooklyn, Iowa, into the family of Will and Mabel Pierson. ...
  14. 39. Alf Lohne

    (1915-1993). Administrator, writer. Born in Kristiansand, Norway, he studied at Onsrud Missionary College in Norway, Newbold College in England, and the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary in W ...
  15. 41. Charles Watson

    (1877-1962). General Conference president, administrator. He was born in Australia and engaged in the wool buyers’ business. ...
  16. 43. William Turner

    (1885-1978). Evangelist, administrator. He was a young Baptist businessman from Hastings, New Zealand, when he became aware of Seventh-day Adventist beliefs from a Sydney Sanitarium-trained nurse who, ...
  17. 44. Alexander Campbell

    (1901-1970). South Sea Island missionary. Born in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, he was instructed in present truth from earliest childhood. ...
  18. 45. Laurence Naden

    (1906-1979). Evangelist, radio speaker. Born in Rotorua, New Zealand, and educated at New Zealand Missionary College (now Longburn Adventist College), he served as a pastor/evangelist. ...
  19. 46. Myrl Manley

    (1913-1988). Missionary, educator, administrator. During his many years of service to the Seventh-day Adventist Church he served as principal of Vincent Hill School and as president of three colleges: ...
  20. 47. Harvey Morrison

    (1879-1963). Educator and administrator. A son of a minister, he grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska, graduated from Union College, and later taught higher mathematics there. ...
  21. 48. Clifford Russell

    (1870-1954). Educator, youth leader, and administrator. He had taught in public schools in Michigan for 15 years when in 1906 the West Michigan Conference invited him to take charge of the educational ...
  22. 49. Clifton Taylor

    (1882-1963). Author of the textbook Outline Studies From the Testimonies (1910); teacher and pastor. ...
  23. 50. Herald Habenicht

    (1906-1974). Teacher and administrator. A native of Argentina, he graduated from Emmanuel Missionary College and the University of Michigan. ...

People

Charles Westphal

Owen Crosier

Alger Johns

Louise Kleuser

Arthur Maxwell

Hiram Case

Thomas Preble

Gerhard Hasel

Siegfried Horn

Orrin Hall

Elmer Cardey

William Branson

Robert Pierson

Alf Lohne

R. Trall

Charles Watson

Kenneth Wood

William Turner

Alexander Campbell

Laurence Naden

Myrl Manley

Harvey Morrison

Clifford Russell

Clifton Taylor

Herald Habenicht

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