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Rev. Ephraim Pennington (1766 - 1855)

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Rev. Isaac Chauncey Leap (1810 - 1888)

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Rev. John Funk (1759 - 1823)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for PENNSYLVANIA with the rank of Private. DAR Ancestor # A042643 From the Franklin Repository newspaper, 2 December 1823: Another soldier of the Revolution has t...

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Rev Jacob Rinehart (1812 - d.)

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Reverend Hiram Chamberlain MP (1792 - 1866)

"Moved to Brownsville, TX in 1850 where he established the first Protestant church on the Lower Rio Grande - the First Presbyterian Church of Brownsville. He was an ardent secessionist and served as ...

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Reverend George B. Hitchcock (1812 - 1872)

Reverend George Beckwith Hitchcock (1812–1872) was an American involved in housing slaves on their way to freedom. His house in Lewis, Iowa, now a National Historic Landmark, was part of the U...

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Rev. Carl Hankins (1926 - 2015)

Carl served in the Army during WWII in Germany and Austria.

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Reverend Jacob Zimmerman Newswanger (1782 - 1835)

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Eugene Theodore Booth, Sr. (1878 - 1972)

Eugene Theodore Booth, Sr. was the son of William Absolom and Caroline Rosina Carrie Booth of Cobb County, GA. The family lived in the community known as Benson in Cobb County which was about two miles...

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Clarence Augustus Walworth MP (1820 - 1900)

From his Wikipedia Page: Clarence Augustus Walworth (May 30, 1820 – September 19, 1900) was an American attorney, writer, ordained Roman Catholic priest, and missionary. Walworth was a well ...

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Angus Dun (1892 - 1971)

Angus Dun (May 4, 1892, New York – August 12, 1971, Washington) was a noted United States clergyman and author, who served as the 4th Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington in Washingto...

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Eliphalet Nott Potter (1837 - 1901)

Taken from The Mediator Messenger, Vol. XV, No. 2, July 1957 Copied (and slightly edited) May 14, 2008 It is an interesting coincidence that two of the clergy most intimately associated with the Chur...

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Bishop Alonzo Potter, DD, LLD MP (1800 - 1865)

The Right Reverend Alonzo Potter (1800–1865) was an American bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States who served as the third Bishop of Pennsylvania. Early life Alonzo Potter wa...

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Rev. Daniel Hartman MP (1810 - 1891)

Civil War Union Army Chaplain. He was mustered in as Chaplain of the 158th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry on December 1, 1862, and was mustered out with the regiment on August 12, 1863. +++++++++++ Th...

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John B. Wampler (1837 - 1913)

He united with the Brethren (Dunkard) Church in 1858, and in 1874 he entered the ministry of that church. In these almost forty years of continuous active service he served his church in a general capa...

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Francis Bellamy, "Pledge of Allegiance" Author MP (1855 - 1931)

Francis Julius Bellamy (May 18, 1855 – August 28, 1931) was an American socialist, minister, and author, best known for authoring the American Pledge of Allegiance. Francis Julius Bellamy was ...

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Jim Bakker MP

James Orsen "Jim" Bakker (pronounced "Baker"; born January 2, 1940) is an American televangelist, a former Assemblies of God minister and a former host (with his then-wife Tammy Faye Bakker) of The P...

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Rev. William Perry Eveland (1864 - 1916)

William Perry Eveland (12 February 1864-24 July 1916) was a Missionary Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, elected in 1912 and serving in the USA and in Southeast Asia. He was born 12 Februar...

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George David Cummins (1822 - 1876)

George David Cummins (1822-1876) was an American bishop and founder of the Reformed Episcopal Church. Life and career George David Cummins was born in Delaware on 11 December 1822. He graduated f...

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George Richard Crooks (1822 - 1897)

George Richard Crooks (February 3, 1822 Philadelphia – February 20, 1897) was a United States writer, educator, and Methodist minister. Early career George Crooks was born in Philadelphia,...

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John Emory (1789 - 1835)

John Emory (11 April 1789 – 1835) was an American bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, elected in 1832. Early life and family John was born at Spaniard's Neck, Queen Anne's County, Ma...

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Joseph Clemens (1862 - 1936)

Joseph Clemens (9 December 1862 - 21 January 1936) was an American Methodist Episcopalian chaplain, missionary and plant collector who served and worked in South East Asia and elsewhere. He was born ...

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George Washington Bethune (1805 - 1862)

George Washington Bethune (March 18, 1805 – April 28, 1862) was a preacher-pastor in the Dutch Reformed Church. Of Huguenot descent, his father was Divie Bethune, a highly successful merchan...

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Samuel Miller, Jr. (1816 - 1883)

Samuel Miller, Jr. was born in Princeton, New Jersey, on January 23, 1816. He graduated from Princeton University in 1833 and went on to pass the bar in Philadelphia. However, he abandoned the law prof...

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Samuel Miller (1769 - 1850)

) Samuel Miller (October 31, 1769 – January 7, 1850) was a Presbyterian theologian who taught at Princeton Theological Seminary. Biography Samuel Miller was born in Dover, Delaware on 31 O...

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John Goucher (1845 - 1922)

John Franklin Goucher (1845-1922) was a Methodist pastor who was the co-founder and namesake of Goucher College in Maryland. John Goucher was born in 1845 in Pennsylvania to a Methodist family. He ...

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Fred Pierce Corson (1896 - 1985)

Fred Pierce Corson (11 April 1896 - 16 February 1985) was an American bishop of The Methodist Church and the United Methodist Church, elected in 1944. He also distinguished himself as a Methodist pas...

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Rev. Jeremiah Chamberlain (1794 - 1851)

Jeremiah Chamberlain (1794-1851) was an American Presbyterian minister and educator. He served as the President of Centre College in Kentucky from 1822 to 1825, and founder and President of Oakland...

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Henry Louis Baugher (1804 - 1868)

Henry Louis Baugher (July 18, 1804 – April 14, 1868) was an American Lutheran clergyman and academic. He was President of Gettysburg College from 1850 until 1868. On November 19, 1863, Henry...

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Robert Traill Spence Lowell, Sr. (1816 - 1891)

Robert Traill Spence Lowell (born in Boston, Massachusetts, 8 October 1816; died in Schenectady, New York, 12 September 1891) was a clergyman.

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Rev. Charles Russell Lowell, Sr. (1782 - 1861)

Charles Russell Lowell, Sr. (1782 – 1861) was born in Boston, Massachusetts, became a Unitarian minister and abolitionist, was the half-brother of Francis Cabot Lowell, father of James Russell L...

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Jack Gilpin MP

Jack Gilpin (born May 31, 1951) is an American actor. Gilpin had a recurring role on the TV series Kate & Allie, and is a frequent Law & Order guest star, having appeared in all three series ...

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John Johnson Sayrs (1774 - 1809)

John Johnson Sayrs (1774-January 6, 1809) was an American Episcopal clergyman who served as Chaplain of the Senate.

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Jesse Lee (1758 - 1816)

) Jesse Lee (March 12, 1758 – September 12, 1816) was an American Methodist Episcopal clergyman and pioneer, born in Prince George's County, Virginia. A preacher after 1783, in 1789 he visit...

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John Brackenridge (c.1772 - 1844)

) John Brackenridge (c. 1772 – May 2, 1844) was a Presbyterian minister who served as Chaplain of the United States House of Representatives (from 1822 to 1823) and Chaplain of the Unit...

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Walter Dulaney Addison (1769 - 1848)

Walter Dulaney Addison (January 1, 1769 – 1848) was an Episcopal clergyman who served as Chaplain of the United States Senate (1810–1811).

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Obadiah Bruen Brown (1779 - 1852)

Obadiah Bruen Brown (July 20, 1779 – May 2, 1852) was a Baptist clergyman who served as Chaplain of the House (1807–1809 and 1814–1815) and as Chaplain of the Senate (1809–...

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Richard Hooker Wilmer (1816 - 1900)

Richard Hooker Wilmer (March 15, 1816 – June 14, 1900) was the second bishop of Alabama in the Episcopal Church. A firm believer in slavery, Richard Wilmer was the only bishop to be consecra...

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William Holland Wilmer (1782 - 1827)

William Holland Wilmer (October 9, 1782- July 24, 1827) was an Episcopal priest, teacher and writer in Maryland and Virginia who served briefly as the eleventh president of the College of William and...

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Charles Henry Parkhurst (1842 - 1933)

Charles Henry Parkhurst (April 17, 1842 – September 8, 1933) was an American clergyman and social reformer, born in Framingham, Massachusetts. Although scholarly and reserved, he preached two ...

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Charles Fletcher Dole (1845 - 1927)

Charles Fletcher Dole (1845–1927) was an influential Unitarian minister, speaker, and writer in the Jamaica Plain section of Boston, Massachusetts, and Chairman of the Association to Abolish W...

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Uriah Smith (1832 - 1903)

Uriah Smith (May 3, 1832 – March 6, 1903) was a Seventh-day Adventist author, minister, educator, and theologian who is best known as the longest serving editor of the Review and Herald (now t...

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James Cooley Fletcher (1823 - 1901)

James Cooley Fletcher (1823–1901) was a Presbyterian minister and missionary with strong activities in Brazilian lands. Fletcher was born in Indianapolis, the son of Calvin Fletcher, a banke...

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Rev. Samuel Pavey, III (1793 - 1872)

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John G. Palfrey (1796 - 1881)

John Gorham Palfrey (May 2, 1796 – April 26, 1881) was an American clergyman and historian who served as a U.S. Representative from Massachusetts. A Unitarian minister, he played a leading rol...

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John Lauris Blake (1788 - 1858)

John Lauris Blake (1788 – 1858) was an American clergyman and bestselling author. He is best known as the author of the General Biographical Dictionary. Life He was born on 21 December 178...

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Joseph Stevens Buckminster (1784 - 1812)

Joseph Stevens Buckminster (1784-1812) was an influential Unitarian preacher in Boston, Massachusetts and a leader in bringing the German higher criticism of the Bible to America. Born in Portsmout...

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John Humphrey Noyes, II MP (1811 - 1886)

John Humphrey Noyes (September 3, 1811 – April 13, 1886) was an American preacher, radical religious philosopher, and utopian socialist. He founded the Putney, Oneida, and Wallingford Communit...

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Anson Phelps Stokes, III (1905 - 1986)

) Anson Phelps Stokes III (January 11, 1905 – November 7, 1986) was the eleventh bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts in Boston, Massachusetts from 1956 to 1970. He was the son of ...

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Harry Boone Porter (1923 - 1999)

Harry Boone Porter, Jr. (January 10, 1923 – June 5, 1999) was a priest and editor of The Living Church magazine. Porter was an alumnus of St. Paul's School (Concord, New Hampshire). He receive...

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Rev. William Henry Furness (1802 - 1896)

Rev. William Henry Furness (1802–1896) was an American clergyman, theologian, reformer and abolitionist. Biography Furness was born in 1802. He went on to graduate of the Theological Depar...

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Bishop John Williams (1817 - 1899)

) John Williams (August 30, 1817 – 1899) was the eleventh Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America. Early life Williams was born at Deerfield, Ma...

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Dr. Nathaniel Thayer (1769 - 1840)

Nathaniel Thayer was born in Hampton. N.H. ,to Ebenezer Thayer Sr and Martha Olive Cotton. 1789 graduated from Harvard University Oct. 9, 1793 he was ordained junior pastor of the Congregational Me...

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Rev. Jacob Bale (1761 - 1822)

Marriage: (21 Dec 1786 — Age: 25) Sussex, NJ* Marriage to Sophia Snook: (21 Dec 1786 — Age: 25) Sussex, Sussex, New Jersey, United States* Arrival: (1797 — Age: 36) Green County, B...

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Rev. Abraham Bristol (1736 - 1800)

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Austin Phelps (1820 - 1890)

Austin Phelps (January 7, 1820—October 13, 1890), was an American Congregational minister and educator. He was for 10 years President of the Andover Theological Seminary and his writings becam...

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Samuel Bowman (1800 - 1861)

Samuel Bowman (May 21, 1800 – August 3, 1861) was a suffragan Episcopal Bishop of Pennsylvania, United States. Early life and family Bowman was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, the son ...

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Rev Caleb May (1781 - 1827)

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Benjamin Hooks (1925 - 2010)

Born in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1925, Benjamin Hooks became a lawyer and minister who was active in the Civil Rights Movement. He was Tennessee's first African-American criminal judge, as well as the fi...

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Charles Beecher (1815 - 1900)

Charles Beecher (October 1, 1815 – April 21, 1900) was an American minister, composer of religious hymns and a prolific author. Biography Beecher was born in Litchfield, Connecticut, the s...

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Rev. Henry Ward Beecher MP (1813 - 1887)

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF NOTABLE AMERICANS: VOL. I, A, Beecher, James Chaplin, pg. 249250 BEECHER, Henry Ward, clergyman, was born at Litchfield...

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Clarence LaVaughn Franklin (1915 - 1984)

Clarence LaVaughn Franklin, often known as Bishop C. L. Franklin or The Reverend C. L. Franklin (January 22, 1915 – July 27, 1984), was an African-American Baptist preacher, a civil rights act...

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Augusta Jane Chapin (1836 - 1905)

Augusta Jane Chapin (July 16, 1836 – June 30, 1905) was a Universalist minister, educator and activist for women's rights. She was born in Lakeville, New York, the eldest of eleven children, t...

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Marjorie Matthews (1916 - 1986)

Marjorie Swank Matthews (July 11, 1916 – June 30, 1986) was an American Bishop of the United Methodist Church. She was the first woman bishop of the United Methodist Church. She was born 11 Ju...

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Caroline Bartlett Crane (1858 - 1935)

Caroline Bartlett Crane (August 17, 1858 – March 24, 1935) was an American Unitarian minister, suffragist, civic reformer, educator and journalist. She was known as "America's housekeeper" for...

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William Howard Hoople (1868 - 1922)

William Howard Hoople (August 6, 1868 – September 29, 1922) was an American businessman and religious figure. He was a prominent leader of the American Holiness movement; the co-founder of the...

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Rev. Arthur B. Fuller MP (1822 - 1862)

Arthur Buckminster Fuller (August 10, 1822-December 11, 1862) was a Unitarian clergyman who endeavored to give the Unitarian Church appeal to all social classes and championed the important liberal ref...

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Brig. General Richard Montgomery Gano (CSA) (1830 - 1913)

Richard Montgomery Gano (June 17, 1830 – March 27, 1913) was a physician, Protestant minister, and brigadier general in the army of the Confederate States during the American Civil War. Rich...

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Rev. Adam Daniel Williams MP (1863 - 1931)

Rev. Adam Daniel WILLIAMS was born on the 2 January 1863 in Penfield, Greene County, Georgia to slaves Willis and Lucretia Williams. and died 21 March 1931.

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Rev. Acton Young MP (1823 - 1873)

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Rev. Abraham R. Van Nest MP (1823 - 1892)

Rynier Van Nest VAN NEST, Rynier, clergyman, born near North Branch, New Jersey, 8 February, 1739 ; died in Schoharie, New York, 24 February, 1776. His ancestor, Peter, came to this country from Holl...

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Middleton S. Barnwell (1882 - 1957)

Middleton Stuart Barnwell (born in 1882 and died in Savannah on May 6, 1957) was the seventh Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Idaho and the fifth Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia. Barnwel...

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Rev. Williom Farthing (J12) (b. - 1826)

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Rev. Abner Clopton Farthing MP (1809 - 1896)

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Monroe E. Dodd (1878 - 1952)

Monroe Elmon Dodd, Sr. (September 8, 1878 – August 6, 1952), was an American Southern Baptist clergyman who was a pioneer radio preacher, the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Shreveport, ...

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Rev. Aaron Hovey MP (1774 - 1843)

REV. AARON HOVEY ....... Birth: Jun. 22, 1774 Mansfield Tolland County Connecticut, USA Death: Sep. 9, 1843 Centerbrook Middlesex County Connecticut, USA His boyhood days were passed upon the farm; h...

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Rev. Aaron Williams MP (1789 - 1861)

From Arkansas Records Catalog Aaron Williams Biography: Aaron Williams was born December 12, 1789, in South Carolina. He married Elizabeth James Davis on January 25, 1813, in York District, South...

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Rev. A. H. Cooper MP (1803 - 1853)

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James A. Scott (1773 - 1850)

James was born in York Co., PA on the west bank of the Susquehanna River, within a mile of the Maryland line. After James was of age his father gave him a farm, but resolving to prepare himself for the...

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Grady Nutt (1934 - 1982)

Grady Lee Nutt (September 2, 1934 – November 23, 1982) was a Southern Baptist minister, humorist, television personality, and author. His humor revolved around rural Southern Protestantism and...

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William Scott Ament ("Father of Christian Endeavor in China") (1851 - 1909)

William Scott Ament (Chinese Names: 梅子明 and 梅威良 Mei Wei Liang) (14 September 1851 – 6 January 1909 in San Francisco) was a missionary to China for the...

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Erastus Milo Cravath (1833 - 1900)

Erastus Milo Cravath (1833–1900) was a field secretary with the American Missionary Association (AMA) after the American Civil War, when he helped found Fisk University in Nashville, Tenness...

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Henry Fairchild (1815 - 1889)

Edward Henry Fairchild (1815–1889) was an American educator. Fairchild was born in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. His father was Grandison Fairchild. When he was a child his family moved to nor...

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John Millott Ellis (1831 - 1894)

John Millott Ellis (March 27, 1831 – 1894) was a 19th-century abolitionist minister and intellectual who served as acting President of Oberlin College in 1871. He was a Professor of Philosop...

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Lewis Sperry Chafer (1871 - 1952)

Lewis Sperry Chafer (February 27, 1871 – August 22, 1952) was an American theologian. He founded and served as the first president of Dallas Theological Seminary, and was an influential propon...

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Antoinette Louisa Blackwell MP (1825 - 1921)

Antoinette Louisa Brown, later Antoinette Brown Blackwell (May 20, 1825 – November 5, 1921), was the first woman to be ordained as a minister in the United States. She was a well-versed public...

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John Todd (1818 - 1894)

) John Todd (November 10, 1818 – January 31, 1894) was a U.S. Congregationalist minister, co-founder of Tabor College in Tabor, Iowa, a leading abolitionist and a ‘conductor’ on ...

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Sydney Dix Strong (1860 - 1938)

Sydney Dix Strong was a Social Gospel minister in the Congregational Church and active in missionary work.

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Francis James Grimké (1852 - 1937)

Francis James Grimké (November 4, 1852 – October 11, 1937) was an American Presbyterian minister in Washington, DC who was prominent in working for equal rights for African Americans. H...

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Benedict Joseph Fenwick (1782 - 1846)

[LINKS] Benedict Joseph Fenwick, S.J. (September 3, 1782 – August 11, 1846), was an American bishop of the Catholic Church. A Jesuit, he served as Bishop of Boston from 1825 until his de...

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Rev. John Pierpont MP (1785 - 1866)

John Pierpont From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia John Pierpont (April 6, 1785 – August 27, 1866) was an American poet, who was also successively a teacher, lawyer, merchant, and Unitarian m...

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Richard E. Blanchard, Sr. (1925 - 2004)

. Richard Eugene Blanchard Sr. (1925 – April 19, 2004) was a songwriter who was widely known for writing the popular "Fill My Cup, Lord" (gospel song). Biography He was born in 1925 in Chu...

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Earl Gladstone Hunt, Jr. (1918 - 2005)

. Earl Gladstone Hunt, Jr. (1918–2005) was an American who distinguished himself as a Methodist Pastor and Evangelist, as the President of Emory and Henry College, as an author and theologian,...

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James H. Daughdrill, Jr. (1934 - 2014)

. James Harold Daughdrill, Jr. (April 25, 1934 – May 3, 2014) was the 18th president of Rhodes College. He was installed as president in 1973 and retired in 1999. He was the son of James Harol...

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Isaac S. Hopkins (1841 - 1914)

Isaac Stiles Hopkins (June 20, 1841 – February 3, 1914) was a professor and the first President of Georgia Tech (1888–1896) as well as pastor of the First Methodist Church in Atlanta, G...

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Bishop Warren Akin Candler (1857 - 1941)

Warren Akin Candler (1857 - September 25, 1941) was an American Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, elected in 1898. He was the tenth president of Emory University. Early life He was...

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Sergeant William Pittenger (USA) (1840 - 1904)

) William Pittenger (January 31, 1840 Knoxville, Jefferson County, Ohio – April 24, 1904 Fallbrook, California) was a Union Army soldier during the American Civil War and a recipient of the ...

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Rev. Dr. Ashley Day Leavitt (1877 - 1959)

Rev. Dr. Ashley Day Leavitt (1877–1959) was a Yale-educated Congregational minister who led the State Street Church in Portland, Maine, and later the Harvard Congregational Church in Brookline...

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Chauncey Bunce Brewster (1849 - 1897)

Chauncey Bunce Brewster was the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut. At Yale he was a member of Skull and Bones.

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Benjamin Brewster (1860 - 1941)

) Benjamin Brewster (November 25, 1860 - 2 February 1941) was the Episcopal Bishop of Maine and Missionary Bishop of Western Colorado. Early life He was born in New Haven, Connecticut, the son of...

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