People

  1. 301. Nellie Druillard

    (RANKIN) (1844-1937). Founder of Riverside Sanitarium, cofounder of Madison College, financier. She was a member of the Rankin family that furnished a number of women church workers. ...
  2. 302. Malcolm Campbell

    (1874-1958). Minister, administrator. He was born on Prince Edward Island, Canada, and married Ida Lillian Frohmader in 1897. ...
  3. 303. Hampton Cottrell

    (1852-1940). Evangelist, administrator. After attending Battle Creek College, he engaged in business (1877-1885), and then opened a city mission in Cleveland, Ohio. ...
  4. 304. John Ballenger

    (1834-1921). Minister. He was born on a farm where the city of Columbus, Ohio, now stands, the son of Asa Ballenger, a Methodist circuit rider and farmer. ...
  5. 305. Rufus Parmele

    (1869-1945). Administrator. Baptized in 1886, he worked as a colporteur in Kansas and Illinois, then as stenographer in the General Conference office, and later as secretary-treasurer in the Oklahoma, ...
  6. 306. Lauretta Kress

    (1863-1955) and Daniel Hartman Kress. Physicians. Kress was born in Ontario, Canada, and Lauretta in Michigan. ...
  7. 307. Joseph Caldwell

    (1855-1923). Physician, missionary. A graduate of the University of Iowa with a Ph.D. degree, and later (1880) with an M.D. degree, he taught at Healdsburg College (1887-1891). ...
  8. 308. Edith Graham

    ( d. 1918). Treasurer, administrator. She accepted the Seventh-day Adventist faith during a voyage from England to New Zealand. ...
  9. 309. Allen Moon

    (1845-1923). Minister, administrator. He was educated in Quaker denominational schools. In his youth he joined the Methodist Church, but in 1871 became a Seventh-day Adventist. ...
  10. 310. Anderson Adams

    ( fl. late 1890s). Recording secretary and treasurer of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists from 1897 to 1898 and treasurer from 1898 to 1900; treasurer of the General Conference Associat ...
  11. 311. Guy Dail

    (1871-1934). Minister, division secretary. He was converted in 1881 and baptized by M. Enoch the same year. ...
  12. 312. C. Parker

    (1869-1939). Missionary. After preaching in the Minnesota Conference (1889-1898), he served as superintendent of the Fiji Mission (1898-1900). ...
  13. 313. Cassius Hughes

    (1859-1921). Educator. He became a Seventh-day Adventist at the age of 16, was educated at Battle Creek College, and entered the ministry about 1885 in Kansas. ...
  14. 314. Harry Hall

    (1871-1934). Publishing house administrator. After a term of service in the Kansas Conference and tract society, he went in 1894 to the Pacific Press publishing house and worked there for 26 years. ...
  15. 315. Hetty Haskell

    (1857-1919). Teacher of Bible instructors. She was converted at the age of 8, but five years later, when her father died, she lost interest in religious things. ...
  16. 316. Benjamin Cady

    (1863-1927). Missionary. Educated at Battle Creek College, he preached in South Dakota (1884-1887) and in Wisconsin (1887-1892). He was ordained in 1889. ...
  17. 317. John Krum

    (1866-1949). Minister, pioneer Seventh-day Adventist missionary to Palestine. He was born at Reamstown, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. ...
  18. 318. Roderick Owen

    (1852-1927). Teacher, administrator. He was an active layperson in the Methodist Church and a student of law when introduced to Seventh-day Adventist teachings through reading Man’s Nature and Desti ...
  19. 319. Halbert Richards

    (1869-1956). Minister and conference administrator. Born in Wisconsin, he accompanied his parents to England at the age of 7, where he was converted as a youth. ...
  20. 320. Warren Howell

    (1869-1943). Educator, missionary. He was baptized in 1884 and received his B.A. from Battle Creek College in 1894 and an honorary M.A. from Emmanuel Missionary College in 1919. ...
  21. 321. O. Johnson

    (1851-1923). Educator, administrator. Born in Ottawa, Illinois. In 1854 his family moved to Jefferson County, Wisconsin, where they joined several other Norwegian families, including that of O. A. ...
  22. 322. William Perrin

    (1875-1951). Printer, administrator, and editor. He was brought up in a Seventh-day Adventist home, but received his education in public schools and by correspondence. ...
  23. 323. Carl Ottosen

    (1864-1942). Founder, promoter, and leader of Seventh-day Adventist health work in Scandinavia. He was born on a farm in the northern part of Denmark and became an SDA as a young student. ...
  24. 324. Spencer Curtis

    (1862-1925). Publishing house manager. He began serving an apprenticeship with the Review and Herald Publishing Association in 1881, graduated from Battle Creek College in 1882, joined the Pacific Pre ...
  25. 325. Frederick Griggs

    (1867-1952). Educator and administrator. He was educated at Battle Creek College, the University of Buffalo, and Washington Missionary College. He married Blanche Eggleston in 1892. ...

People

Nellie Druillard

Malcolm Campbell

Hampton Cottrell

John Ballenger

Rufus Parmele

Lauretta Kress

Joseph Caldwell

Edith Graham

Allen Moon

Anderson Adams

Guy Dail

C. Parker

Cassius Hughes

Harry Hall

Hetty Haskell

Benjamin Cady

John Krum

Roderick Owen

Halbert Richards

Warren Howell

O. Johnson

William Perrin

Carl Ottosen

Spencer Curtis

Frederick Griggs

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