People

  1. 351. Nelson Kauble

    (1857-1927). Educator, editor, administrator. He began to teach school at the age of 19, and while teaching studied to prepare himself for ministry in the United Brethren Church. ...
  2. 352. Walter Bond

    (1879-1914). Pioneer Seventh-day Adventist worker in Spain. He was born in California, where his parents became SDA s when he was a child. ...
  3. 353. Claiborne Stephenson

    (1868-1946). Secretary of the North American Negro Department of the General Conference (1914-1918); minister and conference administrator. ...
  4. 354. Mimi Scharffenberg

    (1883-1919). A pioneer Seventh-day Adventist worker in Korea. Born in a Lutheran family in Missouri, she joined the Seventh-day Adventist Church at 17 years of age and the next year became a Bible ins ...
  5. 355. George Irwin

    (1844-1913). Administrator. While imprisoned in Andersonville during the Civil War, he read Baxter’s Saint’s Everlasting Rest, which led to his conversion. ...
  6. 356. Charles Burman

    (1870-1940). Teacher, evangelist, and administrator. He was born near Eau Claire, Wisconsin. His parents became Seventh-day Adventists when he was a child, and through their influence he chose to dedi ...
  7. 358. Julius Boettcher

    (1865-1931). Minister, administrator. He was born in Lindenwerder, Germany, and at the age of 14 was confirmed a member of the Lutheran Church. He came to the United States in 1881. ...
  8. 359. Benjamin Machlan

    (1865-1928). Educator. A graduate of Valparaiso (Indiana) University (1888), he was a public school teacher and high school principal. ...
  9. 360. 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 tha ...
  10. 361. Walter Gillis

    (1874-1954). Missionary, treasurer. He was born in Canada and educated at Walla Walla College. After a short period in the ministry in British Columbia, he worked at the Pacific Press (1901-1908), for ...
  11. 362. Meade MacGuire

    (1875-1967). Youth leader. Born in Wisconsin, he at the age of 16 organized the youth of his church into a society for Christian service. ...
  12. 363. Georgia Burgess

    (1866-1948). One of the first Seventh-day Adventist missionaries in India, where she spent nearly 40 years. ...
  13. 364. Walter Ising

    (1881-1950). Missionary to the Middle East, administrator. He was born in Danzig, Germany, accepted the Seventh-day Adventist faith in tent meetings held in Friedensau, Germany, in 1903, and was bapti ...
  14. 365. Roscoe Baer

    (1881-1942). Minister and mission administrator in South America. He grew up in a pioneer environment in the Midwest and was trained for the ministry at Union College. ...
  15. 366. John Bacheller

    (1839-1917). Printer. He worked on the Review and Herald when it was published in Saratoga Springs, New York, went with it to Rochester, New York, and to Battle Creek, Michigan, where the first Advent ...
  16. 367. Luther Burgess

    (1874-1946). Missionary. In 1901 he was appointed secretary and treasurer of the India Mission. Two years later he married Georgia Burrus, who had preceded him to India in 1895 as the first Seventh-da ...
  17. 368. Clinton Achenbach

    (1875-1935). Missionary, a graduate nurse from the Battle Creek Sanitarium (1903). He with his wife (nee Minnie Branson) established treatment rooms in Orlando, Florida. ...
  18. 369. Wells Ruble

    (1868-1961). Physician, missionary. He was converted in 1893 and attended Battle Creek College. He married Edith Davies in 1897, and they immediately left to teach at Claremont Union College, South Af ...
  19. 370. James Lawhead

    (1860-1937). Educator and administrator. Educated at Battle Creek College, he was teaching at his alma mater when he was chosen in 1891 to be the resident principal of the newly established Union Coll ...
  20. 371. Albert Haysmer

    (1861-1950). Pioneer Seventh-day Adventist worker in the Caribbean. In 1878 he began to work at Battle Creek Sanitarium and there joined the School of Hygiene, the first class in medical training spon ...
  21. 372. Will Curtis

    (1851-1907). Pioneer Seventh-day Adventist missionary in Australia. He accepted SDA beliefs when about 30 years old. Joining the church, he entered the ministry and in 1887 went to Australia. ...
  22. 373. Louis Borle

    (1860-1943). Publishing house manager successively in Mexico, Switzerland, Spain, and France. Borle’s parents were among the first in Switzerland to become Seventh-day Adventists (about 1870), and s ...
  23. 374. George Abbott

    (1880-1959). Physician, administrator. A graduate of the American Medical Missionary College (1903), he began the practice of medicine in Burbank, California. In 1906 he married Dr. ...
  24. 375. James McElhany

    (1880-1959). Evangelist and administrator, president of the General Conference. He was born in California and educated in public schools and Healdsburg College (1900-1901). ...

People

Nelson Kauble

Walter Bond

Claiborne Stephenson

Mimi Scharffenberg

George Irwin

Charles Burman

Metcalfe Hare

Julius Boettcher

Benjamin Machlan

Anna Hindson

Walter Gillis

Meade MacGuire

Georgia Burgess

Walter Ising

Roscoe Baer

John Bacheller

Luther Burgess

Clinton Achenbach

Wells Ruble

James Lawhead

Albert Haysmer

Will Curtis

Louis Borle

George Abbott

James McElhany

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