People

  1. 326. William Baxter

    (1881-1973). Pioneer missionary. A native of Indiana, he entered the ministry in 1901 in the Oklahoma Conference. ...
  2. 327. Frederick Wheeler

    (1811-1910). Pioneer Adventist minister, reputed to be the first ordained Adventist minister to preach in favor of the seventh-day Sabbath. ...
  3. 328. Sanford Horton

    (1858-1927). First president of the Louisiana Conference (1901-1908). He was a Louisiana lawyer whose political ambition brought him to Washington, D.C., where he joined the Seventh-day Adventist Chur ...
  4. 329. H. Mitchell

    (1848-1904). Minister, treasurer. In early life a Methodist, he became a Seventh-day Adventist in 1878, served for many years as a minister, and then as General Conference treasurer from 1900 to 1903.
  5. 330. Ira Hankins

    (1854-1937). Missionary. After attending Battle Creek College from 1876 to 1878, he entered the ministry in Iowa in 1879. ...
  6. 331. Herman Ketring

    (1873-1913). Pioneer missionary on the west coast of South America. His parents became Seventh-day Adventists when he was a boy, and he was baptized at the age of 14. ...
  7. 332. Julius Graf

    (1851-1927). Minister. He was born in Posen, Germany, and came to the United States at the age of 19 and settled in Good Thunder, Minnesota. ...
  8. 333. Clyde Harris

    (1890-1968). Businessperson. He was born in Oregon and enjoyed a Christian home, although he did not join the church until 1914. In 1913 he opened a small box factory in Milton, Oregon. ...
  9. 334. Henry Schuberth

    (1868-1961). Administrator. He was born into a family of well-to-do music publishers in Hamburg, Germany. Being rather frail in health, he decided to leave for the United States to become a farmer. ...
  10. 335. George Caviness

    (1857-1923). Educator, missionary. A graduate of Battle Creek College (1882), he, with his wife, taught for three years in the Michigan school that developed into Cedar Lake Academy. ...
  11. 336. Harry Miller

    (1879-1977). China doctor, soybean product pioneer. He was born in a log cabin near Ludlow Falls, Ohio, the oldest of the five children of Amanda and John Oliver Miller. ...
  12. 337. William Jones

    (1818-1895). Prominent Seventh Day Baptist minister and scholar; editor of the Sabbath Memorial (London, England). ...
  13. 338. Gottfried Haffner

    (1867-1920). Minister. He was born in Tscherbakowski, Russia, and at the age of 9 came with his parents to the United States and settled in Lehigh, Kansas, where he accepted the Seventh-day Adventist ...
  14. 339. Nels Neilsen

    (1871-1947). Evangelist, administrator. Beginning in 1894, he served for 12 years as tract society secretary in Wisconsin, then as pastor and evangelist for four years in South Dakota, three years in ...
  15. 340. Mahlon Olsen

    (1873-1952). Educator, administrator. Son of O. A. Olsen, who was president of the General Conference from 1888 to 1897, Mahlon Olsen received his B.A. at Battle Creek College (1894) and his Ph.D. ...
  16. 341. Otto Graf

    (1879-1950). Educator. He received his B.A. from Union College and his M.A. from the University of Nebraska. ...
  17. 342. Otto Reinke

    (1875-1921). Evangelist and administrator in the United States, Germany, Switzerland, and Russia. He was born of Lutheran parents in Germany. ...
  18. 343. George Price

    (1870-1963). Educator, author. Born in New Brunswick, Canada, he early became a Seventh-day Adventist, engaged in colporteur work, and later attended Battle Creek College (1891-1893). ...
  19. 344. William Blend

    (1862-1953). Educator and administrator. A Seventh-day Adventist since his youth, he was teaching in a public school when he was called to teach English language and literature at Battle Creek College ...
  20. 345. J. Johanson

    (1860-1928). Danish-born conference administrator, publishing house manager, colporteur leader, and college president. ...
  21. 346. Judson James

    (1879-1965). Pioneer missionary, departmental secretary, publishing house manager, editor. He was born in Iowa and entered denominational work as a colporteur. ...
  22. 347. Charles Longacre

    (1871-1958). Minister, evangelist, school administrator, editor, author. He was born Dec. 1, 1871, at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. ...
  23. 348. William Anderson

    (1870-1950). Pioneer missionary to Africa, 1895-1944. He was born in Mexico, Indiana. Harry Anderson, as he was affectionately known to his friends, graduated in 1895 from Battle Creek College, where ...
  24. 349. Herbert Hanson

    (1894-1966). Pioneer and missionary. He was born in Minnesota of parents who had recently emigrated from Norway. He attended Maplewood Academy and Hutchinson Theological Seminary, graduating in 1921. ...
  25. 350. Hiram Goodrich

    (1849-1933). Missionary to Central America. He was the son of a Baptist minister, and was instructed in Seventh-day Adventist beliefs in the home of his future wife. He was baptized in 1870. ...

People

William Baxter

Frederick Wheeler

Sanford Horton

H. Mitchell

Ira Hankins

Herman Ketring

Julius Graf

Clyde Harris

Henry Schuberth

George Caviness

Harry Miller

William Jones

Gottfried Haffner

Nels Neilsen

Mahlon Olsen

Otto Graf

Otto Reinke

George Price

William Blend

J. Johanson

Judson James

Charles Longacre

William Anderson

Herbert Hanson

Hiram Goodrich

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