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People

  1. 176. Henry Schultz

    (1843-1926). One of the pioneers of the Seventh-day Adventist work among the German-speaking Americans. He was born in Germany, but as a child moved with his parents to Illinois. ...
  2. 177. John Shaw

    (1870-1952). Missionary, educator, treasurer. He graduated from the scientific course at Battle Creek College (1893) and became dean of men and a teacher at Union College. He married Bessie L. ...
  3. 178. Anna Shepherd

    (1846-1919). Educator, musician, dean. Born in Kentucky and educated at the University of Indiana, she married William A. Shepherd, a Seventh-day Adventist, and moved with him to Nebraska in 1865. ...
  4. 179. D. Shireman

    (1834-1920). An early Seventh-day Adventist worker in North Carolina. He was born in Shiremanstown, Pennsylvania, and learned the trades of brick mason, carpenter, and general mechanic. ...
  5. 180. Edwin Slade

    (1865-1952). Conference administrator. After being manager of the Chicago city mission, then an evangelist in Michigan, he was president of the East Michigan Conference (1905-1912). ...
  6. 181. Uriah Smith

    (1832-1903). Editor and author, who gave 50 years of service to the Seventh-day Adventist cause. He was born in West Wilton, New Hampshire, and was impressed in childhood by the Advent movement of 184 ...
  7. 182. Charles Snow

    (1868-1933). Editor. Educated at South Lancaster Academy, he became private secretary to the president of the California Conference in 1892. ...
  8. 183. Elwin Snyder

    (1865-1919). Pioneer Seventh-day Adventist missionary-colporteur in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Cuba. ...
  9. 184. Frederick Spies

    (1866-1935). Missionary, administrator. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After becoming a Seventh-day Adventist at 22 years of age, he entered the colporteur work and four years later was ap ...
  10. 185. Hiram St. John

    (1840-1917). Minister, writer on church polity, and a member of the first committee selected to prepare a church manual. ...
  11. 186. Ferdinand Stahl

    (1874-1950). Missionary. He became a Seventh-day Adventist in 1902, and soon afterward he and his wife, née Ana Christian Carlson, took the nursing course at Battle Creek Sanitarium. ...
  12. 187. George B. Starr

    (1854-1944). Evangelist, minister, teacher, and administrator, in the United States and Australia. ...
  13. 190. Mary Steward

    (1858-1947). Chief compiler and editor of the first Index to the Writings of Ellen G. White. She was a daughter of a pioneer Seventh-day Adventist minister, T. M. ...
  14. 191. Lillian Stuttle

    (AVERY) (1855-1933). Author. Having studied at Battle Creek College, she wrote many poems, published in the Review and Herald and elsewhere. Among her books, the most popular was Making Home Happy. ...
  15. 192. Edward Sutherland

    (1865-1955). Educator, physician, college founder. After graduating from Battle Creek College (1890), he briefly taught there and in 1892 became the first principal and in 1894 president of Walla Wall ...
  16. 193. August Swedberg

    (1857-1926). Editor, evangelist, and teacher. He was the son of a former Baptist minister in Iowa and became a Seventh-day Adventist in his youth. ...
  17. 194. Asa Tait

    (1858-1941). Minister, editor. Influenced by James and Ellen White, at the age of 23 he entered the ministry and was ordained three years later in Illinois. ...
  18. 195. David Tarr

    (1861-1948). South African evangelist. He was born in Clumber, near Bathurst, South Africa, and became a loyal Methodist as a young man. ...
  19. 196. John Tay

    (1832-1892). Missionary. He accepted the Seventh-day Adventist faith in 1873. Working his passage on six ships, he arrived on Pitcairn Island in 1886 and gave Bible studies to the islanders, who had p ...
  20. 197. George Tenney

    (1847-1921). Minister and editor. According to his obituary in the Review and Herald (98:29, Dec. 22, 1921), he was college educated and was ordained to the ministry in the late 1870s. ...
  21. 198. Jennie Thayer

    (1853-1940). Editor and departmental secretary. She was born into a family of pioneer Seventh-day Adventists in Massachusetts and taught school in her native area for several years. ...
  22. 199. George Thompson

    (1862-1930). Administrator. On becoming a Seventh-day Adventist in 1885, he attended Battle Creek College for one year, taught public school for two years, and began his ministerial work in Illinois i ...
  23. 200. William Thurston

    (1855-1924). Missionary, administrator. Converted at 25, he entered the ministry in 1890, served as president of the Wisconsin Sabbath School Association and secretary of the conference colporteur wor ...

People

Henry Schultz

John Shaw

Anna Shepherd

D. Shireman

Edwin Slade

Uriah Smith

Charles Snow

Elwin Snyder

Frederick Spies

Hiram St. John

Ferdinand Stahl

George B. Starr

George Starr

David Steed

Mary Steward

Lillian Stuttle

Edward Sutherland

August Swedberg

Asa Tait

David Tarr

John Tay

George Tenney

Jennie Thayer

George Thompson

William Thurston

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