Herbert Lacey

(1871-1950). Educator. Born in England, he moved with his family to India, and when 11, to Tasmania, where his family accepted the Seventh-day Adventist faith in 1887. Coming to the United States, he graduated from Healdsburg College in 1892, then finished the classical course at Battle Creek College. After marrying Lillian Yarnell in 1895, he joined the first faculty of what is now Avondale College, where he taught Bible and Greek, and engaged in summer evangelism. Returning to Healdsburg College, he taught Bible and ancient languages (1902-1904); then he became head of the Bible and Greek departments (1904-1913), and also president (1907-1913), of Stanborough Park Missionary College, which was to become Newbold College, England. He taught Bible and biblical languages at Union College (19...

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

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