People

  1. 376. Samuel Jackson

    (1873-1930). Missionary in the Philippines, conference administrator and teacher. Orphaned before the age of 7, he went to live with a Seventh-day Adventist family and soon accepted their beliefs. ...
  2. 377. Ralph Munson

    (1859-1934). Pioneer Seventh-day Adventist missionary in Indonesia. Educated at Oberlin College, he was sent by the Methodists to British India and Burma in 1886. ...
  3. 378. Edwin Butz

    (1864-1956). Missionary to Pitcairn and Tonga islands, pastor, teacher, and conference administrator. ...
  4. 379. Agnes Caviness

    (1889-1973). Pioneer, dean, teacher, educator, author. She was born in Minnesota and received her education at Union College, Southwestern Union College, Walla Walla College, and Pacific Union College ...
  5. 380. William McKee

    (1849-1920). First secretary of the National Religious Liberty Association; editor. He was a descendant of historic Scottish, French, and German families, and a graduate of the University of Michigan ...
  6. 381. Charles Thompson

    (1868-1946). Evangelist, administrator. He married Matilda Dillman in 1888 and shortly afterward became a Seventh-day Adventist. ...
  7. 382. Jules Robert

    (1864-1955). Swiss administrator. He was born in Switzerland, and at the age of 20 was baptized at Battle Creek, Michigan. ...
  8. 383. Oliver Montgomery

    (1870-1944). Administrator. He was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. When he was a child his family moved to Michigan, where he grew up. ...
  9. 385. Julius Raft

    (1863-1934). Evangelist, administrator. Born on the island of Laaland, Denmark, in 1882 he migrated to the United States and made his home with an uncle in Neenah, Wisconsin. ...
  10. 386. William Burden

    (1870-1945). Pioneer Seventh-day Adventist missionary in Japan; founder of the Japan Publishing House (Fukuinsha). ...
  11. 387. Mangram Rice

    (1888-1966). Administrator and author. A native of California, he was baptized in 1906 and the following year enrolled at San Fernando Academy. ...
  12. 388. Edgar Maxwell

    (1878-1940). Missionary to Latin America. He was reared in the family of a Methodist minister. At the age of 13, after reading Uriah Smith’s Daniel and the Revelation and other Seventh-day Adventist ...
  13. 389. Grace Amadon

    (1872-1945). Teacher, bacteriologist, and research worker, daughter of G. W. Amadon. Educated at Battle Creek College and the American Medical Missionary College, she taught Greek, Latin, mathematics, ...
  14. 390. Gentry Lowry

    (1884-1942). Missionary to India, teacher, preacher, author, and administrator. His father was one of the pioneer Seventh-day Adventist ministers in the southern United States. ...
  15. 391. James Shultz

    (1884-1957). Editor and minister. After studying at Mount Vernon Academy, he served as a minister and departmental secretary in the Ohio Conference. ...
  16. 392. Charles Butterfield

    (1879-1935). Missionary in Korea, conference administrator. He was brought up in a Seventh-day Adventist home and attended the Minneapolis preparatory school and later took the ministerial course at B ...
  17. 393. Morris Lukens

    (1871-1933). Conference administrator. Shortly after accepting the Seventh-day Adventist faith in 1892, he was appointed field secretary of the Pennsylvania Conference. ...
  18. 394. Stephen Haughey

    (1869-1958). Evangelist and conference administrator. After his education at Mount Vernon College and Battle Creek College he served as an evangelist in Ohio, Florida, and Tennessee, then went to Irel ...
  19. 395. Urbanus Bender

    (1877-1959). Minister, educator, and administrator in South Africa, West Indies, and the United States. He became a Seventh-day Adventist while still in his teens through reading. ...
  20. 396. Alvin Allen

    (1880-1945). Missionary in Latin America, minister, teacher, and administrator. He was born in a Seventh-day Adventist family and was educated at Union (1898-1899) and Battle Creek (1900-1901) college ...
  21. 397. Charles Wiest

    (1879-1968). Evangelist, pastor, administrator. He was a native of Florida and was educated in Massachusetts. ...
  22. 398. Ole Olsen

    (1845-1915). Administrator, General Conference president. He was born at Skogen, near Christiania, Norway. ...
  23. 399. Hide Kuniya

    (1872-1962). Pioneer Japanese Seventh-day Adventist minister, first Japanese to be baptized in Japan. ...
  24. 400. Zadour Baharian

    ( d. 1915). Armenian evangelist and missionary. While attending college at Aintab, Turkey, he received tracts from his father, in whose home Theodore Anthony, the first Seventh-day Adventist in Turkey ...

People

Samuel Jackson

Ralph Munson

Edwin Butz

Agnes Caviness

William McKee

Charles Thompson

Jules Robert

Oliver Montgomery

A. Bordeau

Julius Raft

William Burden

Mangram Rice

Edgar Maxwell

Grace Amadon

Gentry Lowry

James Shultz

Charles Butterfield

Morris Lukens

Stephen Haughey

Urbanus Bender

Alvin Allen

Charles Wiest

Ole Olsen

Hide Kuniya

Zadour Baharian

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