People

  1. 226. Louis R. Conradi

    (1856-1939). Evangelist and administrator; in his last years a Seventh Day Baptist minister. Born in Karlsruhe, Germany, he began studies leading to the Roman Catholic priesthood, but migrated to A ...
  2. 227. Michal Czechowski

    (1818-1876). Converted Catholic priest who first carried the Seventh-day Adventist message to Europe. ...
  3. 228. Frederick Gilbert

    (1867-1946). Evangelist to the Jews. Born in London, England, of Jewish parentage, he accepted the Seventh-day Adventist faith in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1889 and attended South Lancaster Academy (1 ...
  4. 229. Sylvester Graham

    (1794-1851). Presbyterian minister, health reformer, and lecturer on temperance and dietetics who advocated vegetarian diet and introduced into general use graham bread, made of coarse wheat flour. ...
  5. 230. William Green

    (1871-1928). Minister, department secretary. A graduate in law and theology from Shaw University, he practiced law in Charlotte and Elizabeth City, North Carolina, and in Washington, D.C. ...
  6. 231. Joshua Himes

    (1805-1895). The great publicist, promoter, and organizer of the Millerite movement, and in many ways its leading figure. ...
  7. 232. Edward Irving

    (1792-1834). Scottish minister in London, a popular and eloquent preacher on the prophecies. A Presbyterian, he was expelled from his pulpit in 1832 for his unorthodox teachings and founded the “Hol ...
  8. 233. James Jackson

    Founder of "The Home on the Hillside" in Dansville, New York, which James and Ellen White visited in the summer of 1863, after she had had the health reform vision in June 6. A few months before, Dr. ...
  9. 234. Alonzo Jones

    (1850-1923). Minister, editor, author. He was born in Ohio. At the age of 20 he enlisted in the Army and for three years served his country. ...
  10. 235. Merritt Kellogg

    (1832-1922). Physician, missionary. He was the oldest son of John P. Kellogg. Accepting the Adventist faith at the age of 20, he became active in the organization of the Battle Creek Sabbath school an ...
  11. 236. Manual Lacunza

    (1731-1801). A Jesuit of Chile and Italy, writer on the prophecies. Born in Santiago, he was admitted to probation in the Jesuit Order in his youth, became celebrated locally as a preacher, and took h ...
  12. 237. Sands Lane

    (1844-1906). Evangelist. He was employed as a youth in the printshop of the Review and Herald, but in 1869 joined his brother, E. B. Lane, in evangelistic work in Indiana. ...
  13. 238. Charles Lewis

    (1857-1924). Educator. He was born at Lisbon, New York. At the age of 8 he moved with his parents to a farm at Buck’s Bridge, New York. He began to teach at the age of 16. ...
  14. 240. Josiah Litch

    (1809-1886). Methodist minister, the first well-known minister in New England to take his stand with William Miller, later a physician. ...
  15. 241. Percy Magan

    (1867-1947). Physician and administrator. Born in Ireland, he emigrated to the United States in 1886. ...
  16. 242. Alma McKibbin

    (1871-1974). Pioneer educator and textbook writer. Her life was distinguished by two firsts in the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. ...
  17. 243. Hannah More

    (1808-1868). An early convert, a former American missionary to Liberia. She joined the Seventh-day Adventist Church probably late in 1863, after a visit to the United States in 1861 or 1862, during wh ...
  18. 244. Edwin Palmer

    (1869-1931). Publishing secretary, administrator. Following his graduation at South Lancaster Academy and a period as publishing secretary in Vermont, he was appointed publishing secretary and secreta ...
  19. 245. William Smith

    (1876-1967). Missionary. Born near Howard, Kansas, into a family of 10 children, he completed the ministerial course at Walla Walla College in 1900 and began work in the Upper Columbia Conference. ...
  20. 246. George Storrs

    (1796-1879). Millerite preacher and writer, chief proponent of conditional immortality. Born in New Hampshire, he was first a Congregationalist, then a Methodist. ...
  21. 247. Daniel Taylor

    (1823-1899). Advent Christian minister whose writings on the Second Advent in books and in periodicals such as the Advent Herald were occasionally quoted in Seventh-day Adventist periodicals. ...
  22. 248. Isaac Wellcome

    (1818-1895). A minister of the Advent Christian Church, author of History of the Second Advent Message (1874) and other works. ...
  23. 249. Milton Wilcox

    (1853-1935). Minister, editor. Before he accepted the Seventh-day Adventist faith at 25 years of age, he was a farmer, lumberman, and teacher. ...
  24. 250. Joseph Wolff

    (1795-1862). Mission traveler and linguist. Of Jewish birth (born in Germany), Catholic education, and finally Protestant persuasion he became known throughout the world because of his trips to Asia ( ...

People

Louis R. Conradi

Michal Czechowski

Frederick Gilbert

Sylvester Graham

William Green

Joshua Himes

Edward Irving

James Jackson

Alonzo Jones

Merritt Kellogg

Manual Lacunza

Sands Lane

Charles Lewis

Dio Lewis

Josiah Litch

Percy Magan

Alma McKibbin

Hannah More

Edwin Palmer

William Smith

George Storrs

Daniel Taylor

Isaac Wellcome

Milton Wilcox

Joseph Wolff

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