1. 17. Arthur White

    (1907-1991). One of seven grandchildren of Ellen G. White, he was an author, minister, and teacher who served for more than 40 years (1937-1978) as secretary of the Ellen G. White Estate. Born Oct. ...
  2. 18. Bessie Mount

    (1893-1989). Born in Ohio, she taught school in Kentucky and Ohio before going to China as director of the Sabbath School Department in 1920. She spoke fluent Chinese. ...
  3. 19. Stephen Haskell

    (1833-1922). Evangelist, administrator. He began preaching for the non-Sabbatarian Adventists in New England in 1853, and later the same year began to observe the Sabbath. ...
  4. 20. Albert Olson

    (1884-1963). Administrator. He entered the service of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1902 as a colporteur-evangelist, then served as a church school teacher. He was ordained at age 24. ...
  5. 21. Walter Read

    (1883-1976). A native of Southampton England, he attended British Union College in its early days under Prof. H. R. Salisbury. In 1902 he entered denominational work as a colporteur. ...
  6. 22. John & Petrea Dorland

    (1892-1964). Evangelist, pastor, administrator. He was born in the United States and went to England in 1911 to complete his ministerial training at the missionary college. ...
  7. 23. Richard Ruhling

    (1889-1963). Conference administrator. He was born in Germany and accepted the Seventh-day Adventist faith through the teaching of G. Perk, being baptized in 1909. ...



James R. Nix


Martin Luther




Ellen Harmon

Conybeare and Howson

A. T. Jones

W. C. White

Vincent L. Ramik

Warren L. Johns

Walter Rae


O. R. L. Crozair

E. J. Waggoner

Arthur White

Bessie Mount

Stephen Haskell

Albert Olson

Walter Read

John & Petrea Dorland

Richard Ruhling