Charles Stone

( d. 1883). Secretary of the General Conference, editor, teacher. He was a teacher (presumably of business subjects) for some 13 years in the Eastern states and also studied singing in Boston and New York. In 1876 he was a delegate from Vermont to the General Conference and at that time was elected secretary of the General Conference, auditor of the SDA Publishing Association, and local editor of the Review and Herald. However, his name was listed among the editors only to the end of that year, at which time he appears to have been visiting churches in Vermont. He was absent from the General Conference of the next year, but was elected secretary of the Vermont Conference. In 1879 he was ordained to the ministry and was called to Battle Creek College, where he served as principal of the Bus...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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