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Full text of "The ministerial directory of the ministers in "The Presbyterian church in the United States" (Southern), and in "The Presbyterian church in the United States of America" (Northern)"


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MINISTERS IN "THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES" 
(southern), and IN "THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA" (NORTHERN), TOGETHER WITH A STATE- 
MENT OF THE WORK OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES 
AND BOARDS OF THE TWO CHURCHES, WITH THE 
NAMES AND LOCATION OF THEIR EDUCA- 
TIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND CHURCH 
PAPERS. 



EDITED BY 



Edgar Suttom Robinson, D. D. 

Pastor of the 1st Presbyterian Church of Oxford, O. 



VOLUME I. 



1898. 



All communications should be addressed to 
THE MINISTERIAL DIRECTORY COMPANY, 

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The Presbyterian Ministeriai. Directory, 1898. 



PREPACE. 



WHILE in the Presbyterian Hospital, of Cincinnati, O., in the summer 
of 1897, recovering from an operation, I was impressed with my own 
ignorance of the personnel of the ministry and of the work of the 
Southern Presbyterian Church. With this consciousness came the desire for 
an intelligent acquaintance with the Southern brethren and their work, and 
with the desire came the suggestion, with the opportunity at hand, of editing 
a Directory of the Ministers of the Northern and Southern Presbyterian 
Churches, in one volume, which is now in your hands as an accomplished fact. 

Many ministers in each of the branches of the • Presbyterian Church ac- 
knowledged and regretted their ignorance of the ministry and work of the 
other branch, and hailed in strongest terms the idea of a publication containing 
a laconic history of every living minister of the two churches in one volume, 
together with such other information and statistics as would make us more 
helpfully acquainted with each other, and enable us to realize how nearly one 
we are. A noted minister from the Southern Church wrote, saying: " It gives 
me great pleasure to know that we are to have such a Ministerial Directory as 
you are preparing. By many its publication will be hailed with delight." A 
number wrote, saying: "A good idea. Wonder it was never thought of be- 
fore." Others wrote: " I am heartily in favor of such a Directory. If I can 
aid you in any way in making it complete, command me." A representative 
minister wrote, saying: "I am rejoiced to know that you are to publish a 
Directory of the ministers of both branches of our church. I trust that it will 
prove one of the interlacing stitches that will draw us closer and closer to- 
gether, until the seam will disappear from vision." 

These are only specimens of the hundreds of letters received endorsing the 
idea of the Directory. 

For the Directory's measure of completeness I am indebted to the hun- 
dreds of ministers who, though perfect strangers to me, wrote letters of ap- 
preciation of the greatness of the undertaking, of the importance of, and their 
desire for, such a work, and always urging, " Make it as complete as possible." 



4 ThiC I'RKSUYTERIAN MINISTERIAL DIRECTORY, 1«S)«. 

To accomplish this neither money nor labor have been spared. Those 
who did not respond to the first circular received a second, and they who did 
not respond to the second received a third and a fourth. The fourth circular 
failing to locate the brother or elicit a response to bring the desired data, other 
channels were "followed, and " no stone was left unturned." 

Less than a dozen ministers, not endorsing the idea, wrote me kindly, 
asking that their names be omitted, or that simply their names and present ad- 
dresses be entered in the Directory. The names and addresses of others, whose 
data I was unable to .secure from any source, occupy their place in the book, 
and in some instances the name only appears, as the address could not be 
learned. 

The names of native foreign missionaries are omitted from the Directory. 
Our blanks called for the following data: Name in full, with present address; 
place of birth; where and when graduated, or what college or seminary 
atteyided; when licensed and ordained, and by what religious body; what 
churches served and positions held; and author of what works. Some min- 
isters who sent in interesting information, not strictly under the above heads, 
kindly said, " Omit this if not wanted." Others may be disappointed in find- 
ing such information omitted, or very much abbreviated under their names. 
As the object of the Directory is to make the two branches of the Church 
better acquainted with each other, it seemed fitting to put each Church, with a 
statement of its work, a list of its educational institutions and religious papers, 
and general catalogue of its living ministers, separate and in the order they 
stand. 

I desire to acknowledge the uniform kindness I have received in the 
preparation of this book from the ministers of the Southern and Northern 
Churches, and to thank in particular, without personal mention of names, the 
Secretaries of the "Executive Committees" and "Boards" for the statements 
of their work, Editors of the Church Papers for helpful notices, and all those 
who have aided in giving and securing information otherwise inaccessible 
to me. 

Trusting that the Directory may work an injury to none, and that it may 
be satisfactory to all in both branches of our great Church, I beg to remain 

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CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Title Page of the Directory 1 

Contents 

Preface 8-4 

Title Page (Southern Church) 5 

Officers ' " G 

Succession of Moderators 7 

Summary of Synods and Presbyteries 8-10 

Comparative Summary for the Last Five Years 11 

Statement of the Work of the Executive Committees 12 

Foreign Missions 12 

Home Missions , 13 

Colored Evangelization 14 

Education '. 15 

Publication 16 

Literary Institutions 16 

Theological Institutions 16 

Church Papers 17 

The Ministerial Directory ( Southern Church) 18-106 

What the Presbyterian Church Stands For (Northern and Southern) 107 

Some Facts of Common Interest 107 

The Number of Communicants Holding the Presbyterian System 108 

The Y. P. S. C. E 108 

Title Page (Northern Church) 109 

Officers " " 110 

Succession of Moderators 111-113 

A Summary of the Synods and Presbyteries 114-12t) 

Comparative Summary for the Past Six Years 121 

List of Stated Clerks 122-126 

Statement of the Work of the Boards 126-127 

Foreign Missions 127 

Home Missions -. 128-129 

Education 129-130 

Publication and Sabbath-school Work 130-131 

Church Erection 132-134 

Ministerial Relief 134-135 

Missions for Freedmen 135-136 

Aid for Colleges and Academies 136-137 

Literary Institutions 138 

Theological Institutions 139 

Church Papers 140 

The Ministerial Directory (Northern Church) 141-656 

Addendum (Southern Church) 557 

Addendum (Northern Church) 558-559 

Abbreviations 



The Presbyterian Ministeriai, Directory, 1898. 



Dick. C, Pa. — Dickinson. 

Dub. C, la. — Collegiate Department of Ger- 
man Theological School of the North- 
west at Dubuque. 

Emp. C, Kan. — Emporia. 

Frank. C., O. — Franklin, New Athens. 

Free Ch. C, Ed., Scot.— Free Church Col- 
lege, Edinburgh. 

Free Ch. C, Gla., Scot.— Free Church Col- 
lege, Glasgow. 

Gr. and Tus. C, Tenu.— Greenville and Tus- 
culum. 

Grove Cy. C, Pa.— Grove City, 

Ham. C, N. Y.— Hamilton. 

Han. C, Ind. — Hanover. 

Harv. U. — Harvard, Mass. 

Hast. C, Neb. — Hastings. 

Hed. C, 111.— Heddiug. 

Heid. U., O.— Heidelberg. 

How. U., D. C. — Howard, at Washington. 

H.-S., Va. — Hampden-Sidney. 

H. Spgs., C, O. — Harlem Springs. 

Htv. C, Ind.— Hartsville. 

la. Wsl. U. — Wesleyan. 

Ir. C, 111. — Irvington. 

Jef. C, Pa. — Jefferson, at Canonsburg, now 
Washington and Jefferson. 

J. H. U., Md. — Johns Hopkins, at Baltimore. 

Laf. C, Pa.— Ivafayette. 

Lake F. U., 111.— Lake Forest. 

I/in. U., 111. — Lincoln. 

Lin. U., Pa. — Lincoln. 

L. Stan. U., Cal.— Leland Stanford, Jr. 

Ma. C, O. — Marietta. 

Man. U. — Manitoba, at Winnipeg. 

McA. C, Kan. — McAlester. 

Mca. C, Minn. — Macalester. 

McG. U., Que.— McGill, at Montreal. 

Mid. C.,Vt.— Middlebury. 

Mi. U., O. — Miami, at Oxford. 

Mon. C., 111. — Monmouth. 

Mt. A. U., N. B.— Mount Allison. 

Mt. Un. C, O. — Mount Union, at Alliance. 

Mu. C, O., Muskingum. 

Nat. U., 111.— National, at Chicago. 

N. Wr. C, Md.— New Windsor. 

N. W. U., 111.— Northwestern. 



Ob. C, O.— Oberlin. 

Og. U., Ga.— Oglethorpe. 

Otb. U., O.— Otterbein. 

O. Wsl. U.~Ohio Wesleyan. 

Par. C, la. — Parsons. 

Pbn. C, S. C— Presbyterian— Clinton. 

Pk. C, Mo.— Park. 

PI. C, Va.— Plummer. 

Priu. U. — Princeton, College of New Jersey. 

P. U., S. D.— Pierre. 

Rich. C, Va.— Richmond. 

Rich. C, O.— Richmond. 

Roa. C, Va. — Roanoke. 

Roch. U., N. Y.— Rochester. 

Rut, N. J. — Rutgers, at New Brunswick. 

Ruth. C, N. C— Rutherford. 

Sn. U., Ala. — Southern. [ville. 

S.W. Pbn. U., Tenu.— Southwestern— Clarks- 

Synl. C, Tex.— Synodical. 

Syr. U., N. Y. — Syracuse. 

T. C. T., Out.— Trinity, at Toronto. 

Tulane U., La. — Tulane, at New Orleans. 

U. C, Ire. — University College, at Belfast. 

U. Chicago, 111. University of Chicago. 

U. Ed., Scot.— Edinburgh. 

U. Cy. N. Y.— City of New York, University 

of New York. 
Un. C, Ga.— Union. 
Un. C, N. Y.— Union. 
Wab. C, Ind.- Wabash. 
Wayn. C., Pa. — Waynesburg. 
W. C, Ind.— Washington. 
W. C, Pa.— 
W. C, Tenn.— " 
W. C, Va.— " 

W. and J. C, Pa. — Washington and Jefferson, 
W. and L. U., Va. — Washington and Lee. 
Whea. C, 111.— Wheaton. 
Wit. C, O.— Wittenberg. 
Wm. C, Mo.— Westminster. 
Wm. C, Pa.— Westminster (U. P.) 
Wn. U., Pa.— Western. 
Wo. U., O.— Wooster. 
Wsl. U., Conn. — Wesleyan. 
Wsl. U., la.— 
Wsl. U., Ind.— 
Wsl. U., O.— 



THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTIONS. 



Aub. T. S., N. Y., Auburn. 

And. T. S. Mass. — Andover. 

Aust. T. S., Tex.— Austin. 

Bgr. T. S., Me.— Bangor. 

Col. T. S., S. C— Columbia. 

Cin'ti T. S., O.— Cincinnati. 

Dan. T. S., Ky.— Danville. 

Dub. T. S., la. —German Theological School 
of the Northwest, at Dubuque. 

Edb. T. S., Scot.— Edinburgh. 

How. T. S., D. C— Howard. 

Htf. T. S., Conn.— Hartford, East Windsor 
(Cong.). 

Hal. T. S., N. S.— Halifax. 

Lane T. S., O. — Lane, at Cincinnati. 

Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky.— Louisville. 

McC. T. S., Chicago, McCormick.— North- 
western, New Albany. 

Ms. T. S., Tenn.— Mary ville. 



N. B. T. S., N. J.— Theological Seminary of 

the Reformed Church in the U. S., at 

New Brunswick. 
New. T. S., N. J. — Newark German, at 

Bloomfield. 
Omaha Pbn. T. S , Neb.— Omaha. 
Prin. T. S.— Princeton, N. J. 
Ref Pbn. T.S., Pa.— Allegheny, ") Re- 
Ref. Pbn. T. S., Pa.— Mercersburg, C formed 
Ref. Pbn. T. S., Pa.— Gettysburg, ( Presby- 
Ref. Pbn. T. S., Pa.— Philadelphia, J terian. 
San Fran. T. S., Cal.— San Francisco. 
Un. T. S., N. Y.— Union. 
Un. T. S., Va.— Union. 
U. P. A. T. S., Pa.— United Presbyterian, at 

Allegheny. 
Wn. T. S., Pa. — Western, at Allegheny. 
Xenia T. S., O.— Xeuia (U. P.). 



Thk Presbyterian Ministerial Directory, 1898. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



A. — Assistant; associate. 

A. aud F. C. Un. — American and Foreign 
Christian Union. 

A. B. C. F. M. — American Board of Cgm- 
missioners for Foreign Missions (un- 
denom). 

A. Ed. — Associate Editor. 

Agrl. — Agricultnral. 

Agt. — Agent. 

Am. — American. 

Am. Sab. Sch. Un. — American Sabbath- 
school Union. 

Am. Tr. Soc. — American Tract Society. 

A. P. — Assistant (Associate) Pastor. 

Ass. — Assembly. 

Asso. — Association. 

Au. — Author. 

Bd —Board. 

Bp — Bishop. 

Ch.— Church. 

Chan. — Chancellor. 

Chapl. — Chaplain. 

Ch. M. — Church Missionary. 

C. M. — City Missionary. 

Col.— Colored. 

Com. — Committee. 

Coins. — Commissioner. 

Conf. — Conference. 

Cong. — Congregational. 

Cors. — Correspondent. 

C. P.— Co-Pastor. 

Cumb. Pbn. — Cumberland Presbyterian. 

Cy.— City. 

Cy. My. — City Missionary'. 

D. M. — District Missionary. 
Ed.— Editor. 

Ev. — Evangelist. 
F. M. — Foreign Missionary. 
Gen. Ass. — General Assembly. 
H. M. — Home Missionary. 



H. R.— Honorably Retired. 

Libr.— Librarian. 

Lie. — Licensed. 

M. E. — Methodist Episcopal. 

Mem. — Memorial. 

Memb. — Member. 

P.Iisc. — Miscellaneous. 

Mod. — Moderator, 

My. — Missionary. 

Nat. — National. 

Ord. — Ordained. 

P.— Pastor. 

Pbl. — Presbyterial. 

Pbn. — Presbyterian. 

Pbv. — Presbytery. 

P. E.— Pastor Elect. 

P. Em. — Pastor Emeritus. 

P. G.— Post Graduate Student. 

Pres. — President. 

Prin. — Principal. 

Prof. — Professor. 

Pub. — Publication. 

Ref. — Reformed. 

Ref Pbn. — Reformed Presbyterian. 

Sec. or S. C— Secretary ; Stated Clerk 

Soc. — Society. 

S. S. M. — Sabbath-school Missionary. 

Stud.— Studied ; Student. 

Supt. — Superintendent. 

Syn. — Synod. 

Synl. — Synodical. 

Synl. M. — Synodical Missionary. 

The dash ( — ) following a date means "And 

Continuous," or present field of labor. 
U. P. — United Presbyterian. 
V. C. — Volunteer Cavalry. 
V I. — Volunteer Infantry. 
Wn. Seam. Friend Soc. — Western Seamen's 

Friend Society. 
Wn. — Western. 



LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 



Acad. — Academy. 

C— College. 

U. — University. 

T. S. — Theological Seminary, 

D, S.— Divinity School, 

Names of State institutions receive the 
ordinary abbreviations for the States in 
which they are located, with C. or U., and 
are omitted from this list. 
Ad. C, O.— Adelbert College, Western Re- 
serve University. 
Ag. C, Pa. — Allegheny. 
Amh, C, Mass. — Amherst. 
Balto. Cy. C, Md.— Baltimore City. 
Bell. C, Neb.— Bellevue. 
Belt, or Bel. C , Wis.— Beloit. 
Bid. I., N. C— Biddle Institute. 
Bid. U-. N. C— Biddle University. 



Blk. U., 111.— Blackburn. 

Bo. C, Mo. — Bowdoin, 

Br. U., R. I.— Brown University of Rhode 

Island. 
Car. C, Wis.— Carroll. 
C. Cy., N. Y. — College of the City oi New 

York. 
Chas. C, S. C— Charleston. 
Cg. U., N. Y. — Colgate, Madison. 
Chr. Ref. U., Mich. — Christian Reformed at 

Grand Rapids. 
Col. U., N. Y.— Columbia. 
Coin. U., D. C— Columbian. 
Cor. U., N.Y.— Cornell. 
Cumb. U., Tenn. — Cumberland. 
Dal. C, N. S.— Dalhousie. 
Dart. C, N. H.— Dartmouth. 
Dav. C, N, C— Davidson. 



The Presbyterian Ministerial Directory (Southern), 1898. 5 



A STATEMENT OF THE WORK 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINISTERS 



**The Presbyterian Church in the United States/' 



FAMILIARLY KNOWN AS THE 



** Southern Presbyterian Church/' 



The Presbyterian Ministerial Directory (Southern), 1898. 



PRESENT OFFICERS OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN 
THE UNITED STATES. 

REV. GEO. T. GOETCHIUS, D. D., Moderator. 

REV. JOSEPH R. WILSON, D. D., Stated Clerk and Treasurer, 1001 E. Main Street, 
Richmond, Va. 

REV. ROBERT P. FARRIS, D. D., Permanent Clerk, 9 Lewis Park, St. Louis, Mo. 

Trustees of General Assembly. 

E. NYE HUTCHINSON, Esq., President, Charlotte, N. C. 
REV. J. B. SHEARER, D. D., Vice-President, Davidson, S. C. 
JOHN E. OATES, Esq., Secretary and Treasurer, Charlotte, N. C. 



The Presbyterian Ministeriai. Directory (Southern), 1898. 
SUCCESSION OF MODERATORS. 

1861-1897. 



Name. Presbytery. Place of Assembly. 

Rev. Benj. M. Palmer, D. D New Orleans Augusta. 

Rev. J. L. Kirkpatrick, D. D.* Concord Montgomery. 

Rev. James A. Lyon, D. D.* Tombeckbee Columbia. 

Rev. John S. Wilson, D. D.*. ...•....'. Flint River Charlotte. 

Rev. George Howe, D. D.* Charleston Macon. 

Rev. Andrew Hart Kerr, D. D.* Memphis Memphis. 

Rev. Thos. Vernor Moore, D. D.* East Hanover . . . Nashville. 

Rev. John N. Waddel, D. D.* Chickasaw Baltimore. 

Rev. Stuart Robinson, D. D.* lyOuisville Mobiler 

Rev. Robert I^. Dabney, D. D.* West Hanover. . .Louisville. 

Rev. Wm. S. Plumer, D. D.* Harmony Huntsville. 

Rev. Thomas R. Welch, D. D.* Arkansas Richmond. 

Rev. Henry Martyn Smith, D. D.*.. .New Orleans Little Rock. 

Rev. John L. Girardeau, D. D Charleston Columbus. 

Rev. Moses D. Hoge, D. D East Hanover ... St. Louis. 

Rev. Benjamin M. Smith, D. D.* West Hanover. . .Savannah. 

Rev. C. A. Stillman, D. D.* Tuskaloosa New Orleans. 

Rev. T. E. Peck, D. D.* Roanoke Knoxville. 

Rev. Joseph R. Wilson, D. D Wilmington Louisville. 

Rev. T. A. Hoyt, D. D Nashville Charleston. 

Rev. Robert P. Farris, D. D St. Louis Staunton. 

Rev. R. K. Smoot, D. D Central Texas. . .Atlanta. 

Rev. T. Pryor, D. D.* East Hanover. . -Lexington. 

Rev. T. D. Witherspoon, D. D Louisville Vicksburg. 

Rev. H. R. Raymond, D. D Tuskaloosa Houston. 

Rev. J. H. Bryson, D. D.* North Alabama. .Augusta. 

Rev. G. B. Strickler, D. D Atlanta St. Louis. 

Rev. J. J. Bullock, D. D.* Maryland Baltimore. 

Rev. H. G. Hill, D. D Fayetteville Chattanooga. 

Rev. James Park, D. D Knoxville Asheville. 

Rev. Hampden C. Du Bose, D. D. . . .Pee Dee Birmingham. 

Rev. Samuel A. King, D. D Central Texas. . . Hot Springs. 

Hon. J. W. Lapsley North Alabama. . Macon. 

Rev. James R. Graham, D. D Winchester Nashville. 

Rev. C. R. Hemphill, D. D Louisville Dallas. 

Rev. R. Q. Mallard, D. D New Orleans Memphis. 

Rev, Geo. T. Goetchius, D. D Cherokee Charlotte. 

* Deceased. 



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11 



COMPARATIVE SUMMARY FOR THE LAST FIVE YEARS. 



Synods 

Presbyteries 

Candidates 

Licentiates 

Ministers 

Churches '. . 

Licensures 

Ordinations 

Installations 

Ministers Deceased 

Pastoral Dissolutions 

Ministers received from other Denominations 
Ministers dismissed to other Denominations 

Churches Organized 

Churches Dissolved 

Churches received from other Denominations 
Churches dismissed to other Denominations. 

Number of Ruling Elders 

Number of Deacons 

Added on Examination 

Added on Certificate 

Total Communicants 

Number of Adults Baptized 

Number of Infants Baptized 

Number of Baptized Non-Communicants. . . . 

Teachers in S. S. and Bible Classes 

Scholars in S. S. and Bible Classes 



1893 



13 

72 

427 

74 

1,271 

2,652 

49 

55 

159 

25 

115 

10 

3 

82 

10 

1 



8,089 

6,385 

12,187 

7,636 

188,546 

4,226 

5,264 

37,275 

16,64 

119,754 



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13 

73 

445 

79 

1,319 

2,713 

70 

71 

170 

21 

115 

14 

3 

73 

15 

3 

3 

8,221 

6,646 

14,098 

7,798 

199,167 

5,245 

4,888 

37,780 

17,756 

134,848 



13 

74 

425 

79 

1,337 

2,776 

69 

67 

138 

30 

75 

7 

8 

59 

20 

3 

3 

8,484 

6,895 

13,598 

7,564 

203,999 

5,031 

5,502 

35,346 

18,204 

136,069 



13 

76 

402 

85 

1,349 

2,788 

79 

61 

150 

36 

83 

7 

7 

55 

21 

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8,656 

7,072 

11,874 

7,692 

210,539 

4,857 

5,304 

37,031 

19,223 

138,735 



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77 

378 

90 

1,393 

2,816 

74 

69 

165 

30 

127 

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60 

19 

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8,719 

7,279 

10,592 

7,922 

211,694 

4,246 

5,050 

37,386 

19,397 

143,498 



CONTRIBUTIONS. 





1893 


1894 


1895 


1896 


1897 


Assembly's Home Missions 

Local Home Missions 

Invalid Fund 


$ 45,762 

84,136 

14,131 

120,954 

53,527 

9,898 

11,720 

4,407 

14,982 

808,784 

621,792 

124,776 


$ 53,406 

84,249 

12,906 

120,141 

65,027 

8,316 

10,470 

4,363 

14,891 

788,181 

610,102 

102,367 


$ 32,760 

98,362 

13,256 

111,877 

51,848 

7,469 

9,623 

4,432 

14,073 

772,793 

667,152 

96,481 


$ 26,658 

104,461 

13,096 

110,737 

48,764 

7,748 

10,468 

4,221 

15,935 

788,106 

607,393 

108,938 


$ 24,022 
97,249 
12,572 


Foreign Missions 


122,024 


Education 


51,212 


Publication 


7,322 


Colored Evangelization .... 
Bible Cause 


9,276 
5,391 


Presbyterial 


15,435 


Pastors' Salaries 


797,475 




564,168 


Miscellaneous 


124,714 


Total 


$1,943,580 


$1,888,799 


$1,880,126 


$1,856,515 


$1,832,860 







12 The Presbyterian Ministeriai, Directory (Southern), 1898. 

STATEMENT OF THE WORK OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES. 

"Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature." 

FOREIGN MISSION WORK. 

FOREIGN MISSION WORK OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE UNITED 

STATES (SOUTHERN). 

General Assembly's "Executive Coiiiniittee of Foreign Missions of the Presbj-terian 
Church in the Ignited States " (incorporated under the laws of the State of Tennessee, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. ): 

Rev. R. C. Reed, D. D., Chairman. Mr. W. H. Raymond, Second Vice Chairman. 

Rev. An^is McDonald, D. D., Vice Chairman. Rev. J. W. Lupton, D. D. 
Rev. J. W. Bachman, D. D. Rev. J. H. McNeillv, D. D. 

Mr. G. H. Baskette. Rev. G. W. Patterson. 

Prof. J. D. Blanton. Rev. James I. Vance, D. D. 

Mr. R. J. Gordan. Rev. F. B. Webb. 

Major Joseph Hardy. Rev. D. C. Rankin, Editor. 

Rev, H. S. Chester,' D. D., Secretary. Mr. Erskine Reed, Treasurer. 

STATEMENT. 

The Presbyterian Church, known as the Southern Presbyterian Church, began its sepa- 
rate existence in 18()1. From this time until the close of the Civil War its mission work was 
confined to the Indian tribes in this country. In later years all the work among the Indians 
has been placed under the care of the Committee of Home Missions, and does not now form 
a part of our foreign mission work. 

The first missionary sent to foreign lands was sent to China in 1806. In that field we 
now have eleven stations, twenty ordained missionaries, eight la3-men (including physicians), 
twenty-one wives of missionaries, and fourteen single ladies (including widows). The num- 
ber of communicants reported in 1897 was 281. 

The next mission was opened in soiithern Brazil in 1869. In 1873 another mission was 
opened in northern Brazil. There are now in these two Brazil Missions, ten stations, ten 
ordained missionaries, ten wives of missionaries, and four single ladies. Results of the work 
in these missions are gathered into the Synod of Brazil, of which our missionaries are mem- 
bers, and in which they work in co-operation with those of the Presbyterian Church in the 
United States of America. 

The mission to Mexico was opened in 1874. In this mission there are now ten churches 
with 678 communicants. Ordained missionaries, one; missionary wives, one; single ladies, 
six. 

The mission to Japan was opened in 1885. Our work there is carried on now at six sta- 
tions; the number of missionaries is: ordained, eight; missionary wives, eight; single ladies, 
six. The results of our work in Japan are gathered into "the Church of Christ in Japan," 
v'hich represents the cooperative work of all the Presbyterian bodies in Japan. 

The mission to the Congo Free State, Africa, was opened in 1890. There are now in this 
mission three stations, one organized Church with about 125 members, seven ordained mis- 
sionaries, two wives of missionaries, two single women. 

The Korea Mission was begun in 1892. In this mission two stations are now occupied, 
and two others are partially opened. The mission consists of five ordained missionaries, one 
physician, four missionaries' wives, and three single ladies, including a lady physician. At 
the present time there are no fully organized churches. The last report gives about twelve 
communing Church members. 

We have in China one boarding school for girls and one for boys. In Japan, one girls' 
boarding school, one boys' boarding school, one womans' Bible school. Our missions have 
always emphasized the direct evangelistic work above the educational work. 

The whole number of missionaries now employed by the P^xecutive Committee of For- 
eign Missions is 155, ordained men, fifty-six; laymen and physicians, nine, (several phj-si- 
cians included under "wives" and "single ladies,") missionary wives, fifty-two; single 
ladies, thirty-eight. 

The income of the Executive Committee of Foreign Missions for 1897 was $143,741.79. 

The Executive Connnittee publishes a general missionary magazine and a children's 
magazine. The circulation of these two magazines in 1897, was about 12,000 and 5,000 re- 
spectively, per month. A Prayer Calendar is issued, having in 1897 a circulation of 2,000 
copies. 

The office force consists of one Secretary, a Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, one Editor, 
and one Clerk and Stenographer. 



The Presbyterian Ministeriai. Directory (Southern), 1898. 13 

The Committee owns no real estate in this country, and has no permanent fund, depend- 
ing entirely on annual contributions for the support of its work. 

The women of our Church have no separate organization. They work through the Ex- 
ecutive Committee of Foreign Missions, when they wish to help in the regular Foreign Mis- 
sion work of our Church. ^ 

In some of our Presbyteries the women have what is called " Ladies of Woman's Pres- 
byterial Unions." These are useful and helpful. They do much valuable work. The chil- 
dren work in the Church societies and have no separate organized work; the various societies 
(Y. P. S. C. E. included) contributing generally through our Foreign Mission Committee. 

HOME MISSION WORK. j 

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S HOME MISSIONS, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 
UNITED STATES, ATLANTA, GA. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF HOME MISSIONS. 

Rev. John N. Craig, D. D., Secretary. W. A. Powell, Esq., Treasurer. 

Rev. E. H. Barnett, D. D., John C. Kirkpatrick, Esq., 

W. P. Inman, Esq., R6v. T. P. Cleveland, D. D., 

Rev. A. R. Holderly, D. D., M. A. Chandler, Esq., 

Rev. Chalmers Eraser, Rev. T. H, Rice, 

A. Beatie, Esq. 

The plan adopted in 1894 divides the work into two departments, local and general. " 
The Presbyteries are asked to undertake their local work, and it is optional with them 
as to whether they do this by working separately or by combining and working together as 
a Synod. In some Synods the work is carried by each Presbytery, separately; in some Synods 
all the Presbyteries combine and work through one Synodical Treasury, all funds being sent 
to that one Treasury. Then, Synodical Evangelists are employed, whose time is divided 
among the Presbyteries, and the remainder of money is divided among the Presbyteries to be 
used by Presbyterial Committees in local work. In some Synods a part of the work is done 
by Presbyteries and a part through a Synodical Treasury. Three months, February, June 
and August, are given to these local committees for collecting, and the stronger Synods aim 
to care for their weaker Presbyteries. 

Two months, January and September, are set apart for the general work; the contribu- 
tions of all churches are sent to the General Assembly's Treasury, to be used by the Assem- 
bly's Central Committee, in aiding the weaker Presbyteries (not cared for by their Synods) 
and in frontier work. This work is very nearly all expended in the weaker Synods of Flor- 
ida, Arkansas and Texas, in the Indian Territory and New Mexico. The one term. Home 
Missions, includes Sustentation, Evangelistic, Church Erection and School Work. The rel- 
egation of so much local work, from the General Assemblies to the local committees, de- 
creased, of course, the income of the Assembly's Committee, yet it gives to the Central 
Committee a larger amount than was formerly left under its control for frontier work. The 
total receipts for the three years since this plan was adopted, have been (including legacies) 

For General Assembly's Work. For Local Work. 

1894-95. $28,855 $ 98,362 

1895-96. 29,015 104,461 

1896-97. 25,606 99,294 

The receipts at the Assembly's office up to the tenth of February on the fiscal year, April, 
1897, to April, 1898, have been in advance of the previous years of this plan. 

THE INVALID FUND, 

For the benefit of infirm ministers and for the families of ministers deceased, is also in 
charge of the Assembly's Committee of Home Missions. This fund, from $12,000 to $1^,000 
per year, gives aid to more than thirty infirm ministers and to about one hundred families ot 
ministers deceased. 



14 The Presbyterian Ministerial Directory (Southern), 1898. 

COLORED EVANGELIZATION IN SOUTHERN GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

Presbyterian Church in United States (Southern), 
Rev. a. L. Philups, D. D., Secretary; W. A. PowELL, Treasurer, 
V Tuscaloosa, Ala., February 4, 1898. 

Historical. — Presbyterian people living in the South have always recognized their duty 
to give religious instruction to the colored people. At least 15,000 had been gathered into 
the church at the breaking out of the Civil War. They were permitted to worship in the 
same buildings, enjoyed the same preaching, had the same pastor as the white people. They 
were taught the catechism and the plan of salvation. Men of piety and learning freely gave 
their attention to these people with most hopeful results. After the war the Southern Church 
endeavored to keep them in her connnunion. But the negroes naturally turned to their 
Northern friends and into the self-governing colored denominations around them. After 
trying many plans the Southern Assembly saw that the colored people would naturally seek 
to establish their own denominations, and concluded that the best course to pursue would be 
to aid them in establishing a selJ\s;overning Colored Presbyterian Church. 

Educational — The Presbyteries were instructed to seek out fit young men and train 
them for the ministry, to establish churches and ordain oflficers, and to found Sabbath-schools 
among them. This policy was fixed in 1874. In 187(5 the Assembly opened an Institute for 
Training Colored Ministers at Tuscaloosa, Ala., putting it under the control of an Executive 
Connnittee of the Assembly. As ministers were trained in the Institute they were sent out 
to preach. The Institute has had under instruction 

40 Presbyterian graduates. 
79 Presbyterian non-graduates. 
47 Methodists. 
16 Baptists. 
181 Students. 

Its course of study is not wide, but thorough. Provision is made for training colored 
men and women for the Mission in the Congo Free State, where two of its graduates are now 
at work. 

Plans for the development of this Institute, now called Stillman Institute, have been 
approved by the General Assembly, and funds are being collected for the purchase of a farm 
so that the students may labor for partial self-support. 

It is hoped that this Institute will develop into a great educational center for the colored 
Presbyterians. 

Sustentation. — When men leave the Institute they are often put in charge of small 
colored churches, scattered here and there over the South. They are very weak financially 
and numerically. They often worship in a very humble, simple building. The pastor has 
often to work with his hands or teach in order to make a support for himself and family. 
Their growth is slow, because of the high standard of morals and worship insisted upon 
everywhere. But they do grow, and are steady lights in great darkness oftentimes. 

Evangelization. — Sometimes the young ministers are sent to occupy a new field where 
there are no Presbyterians. They secure a room or hall, establish a Sabbath-school, often 
with the cooperation and active work of white friends around them. They visit and do what 
they can to get a start. By and by an organization is effected. And so the work goes on. 
One white evangelist at large is provided. 

The last available statistics show 5() mini.sters; 3 licentiates; 19 candidates; 56 churches; 
110 ruling elders; 67 deacons; 1,8'28 comnmnicants; 1(10 members added in the year; 1,746 
Sabbath-school scholars; $1,915 raised for their own .support; $1,440 paid their pastors by 
the churches. In connection w ith the churches there are seven schools, with about 500 pupils 
enrolled. 

For this scheme the Assembly has raised a total of about $130, (XXX 

This work of education, sustentation and evangelization is entrusted by the General 
Assembly to an E;xecutive Connnittee of eleven members, centering at Binningham, Ala., of 
which Dr. E. H. Sholl is the Chairman and Rev. A. L. Phillips, D. D., is the Secretary'. 

The growth of the movement for the Colored Presbyterian Church is slow but .steady. 
In November 2(5-28, 1897, the colored Presbyteries sent representatives to Binninghan, Ala., 
to consider the matter at length. After full discussion the convention unanimously declared 
that the time was at hand for the establi.shment of a self-governing Colored Presbyterian 
Church. A committee was appointed for the perfecting of the organization next May in 
New Orleans. There are now six Presbyteries, four of which are independent. 



The Presbyterian Ministeriai, Directory (Southern), 1898. 15 

EDUCATIONAL WORK. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF EDUCATION FOR THE MINISTRY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES, MEMPHIS, TENN. 

Rev. Joseph H. Lumpkin, Secretary. Rev. Sterling J. Foster. 

G. W. Macrae, Esq., Treasurer. Thomas Wellford, Esq. 

Rev. W. McF. Alexander, Chairman. S. P. Read, Esq. 

John Johnson Esq., Clerk. C. H. Albright. 

Rev. Neander M. Woods, D. D. 

From the beginning of the existence of this Church, as distinct from that of the Presby- 
terian Church in the United States of America, she has attempted to aid in the education of , 
worthy young men for the Ministry. 

I regret that I have not records on hand from which to gather the facts prior to 1865. 

The General Assembly, meeting in Macon, Ga., December 14, 18fi5, elected as members 
of the Executive Committee of Education the following persons: Rev. E. T. Baird, D. D., 
Secretary; W. F. Taylor, Esq., Treasurer; Rev. T. V. Moore, D. D., Rev. Moses D. Hoge, 
D. D., Rev. Wm. Brown, D. D., Rev. C. H. Read, D. D., Roger Martin, W. Hargrare 
White, P. B. Howard, W. D. Cooke and James Gordon. 

The number of candidates then aided was small and the receipts for this purpose aggre- 
gated about $2,000. 

The Secretaryship was, and had formerly been combined with that of Publication, the 
Executive Committees having been located in Richmond, Va. Dr. Baird continued to serve 
in this capacity until May, 1874, the receipts then being $17,000. The General Assembly 
then meeting in Columbus, Miss., adopted the following: "That the Executive Committee 
of Education shall be located at some central point in the great western field." Conse- 
quently the Executive Committee was then located in Memphis, Tenn., and constituted as 
follows: Rev. John N. Waddell, Secretary; James Elder, Esq., Treasurer; J. O. Stedman, 
D. D., W. E. Boggs, D. D., E. M. Richardson, D. D., Rev. A. Shotwell, Milton P. Jarnagan, 
B. M. Estes, J. B. Griffing, W. W. Armstrong and A. C. Elwell. Receipts for 1894-95, 
$13,829.28. Thus Education was severed from Publication. The Executive Committee has 
remained in Memphis, Tenn., until the present time. In June, 1879, Dr. Waddell was elected 
Chancellor of the Southwestern Presbyterian University, located at Clarksville, Tenn., and 
resigned the Secretaryship of this work that he might take up the new duties to which he 
was called. 

E. M. Richardson, D. D., then pastor of the Third Church, Memphis, Tenn., was chosen 
Secretary, the duties of this office to be discharged in connection with those of the pastorate. 
Accepting the position he continued in these relations until June, 1891. The General 
Assembly meeting in Birmingham, Ala., in May of that year requested Dr. Richardson to 
give the whole of his time to this work. He resigned his pastorate and devoted the whole 
of his time to these duties until removed by death June 30, 1897. 

Rev. Joseph H. Lumpkin , pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church, Memphis, and also 
a member of this Committee, was elected in July, 1897, to succeed Dr. Richardson. Accept- 
ing this call, Mr. Lumpkin entered upon the duties of this office, September 1, 1897, and is 
at present the Assembly's Secretary of Education for the Ministry. 

G. W. Macrae, Esq., the present Treasurer, was elected to this office. May, 1877, and 
has continued to serve in this capacity till the present time. 

During the year 1896-97, 218 students were aided through this Committee, for which 
purpose the Church contributed $16,552.97. We have enrolled to date this year 219 candi- 
dates, with receipts a little in advance of same date last year. 

Work as reported to General Assembly, in May of each year, beginning with 1887: 

Ykar. Candidates Aided. Funds Received. 

1887 158 $18,688.61 

1888 157 $15,897.32 

1889 167 $17,182.88 

1890 211 $19,799.94 

1891 229 $21,461.60 

1892 246 $24,820.80 

1893 261 $22,238.01 

1894 254 $20,461.78 

1895 242 $22,305.16 

1896 220 $17,547.26 

1897 218 $16,522.00 



1« The Presbvterian Ministerial Directory (Southern), 1898. 

PUBLICATION WORK OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE UNITED 

STATES (SOUTHERN). 

The Executive Committee is as follows: James K. Hazen, D. D., Secretary and Treasurer; 
M. D. Hoflge, D. D., Charles H. Read, D. D., J. P. Smith, D. D., J. W. Rosebro, D. D., R. 
P. Kerr, D. D., Rev. J. Calvin Stewart, James Y. Fair, D. D., R. A. Lancaster, B. R. Wellford, 
W. \V. Henry, M. M. Gilliam, and W. C. Preston. 

This work is entrusted by the General Assembly to a Secretary' and Treasurer and Ex- 
ecutive Committee, and is located at Richmond, Va. 

THE WORK. 

1. To provide for the instruction of our people and for the extension of gospel tnith 
and a sound religious literature. This purpose is carried out, in the first place, by the publi- 
cation from time to time of such-books and tracts as are suited to this end; and, in the second 
place, by the establishment of a depositor}-, supplied with Sabbath-school and all other 
kinds of religious literature of all approved publishing houses. 

2. To furnish our Sabbath-schools with the necessary helps for the study of the inter- 
national Sabbath-school lessons. For this purpose the Executive Committee, under the order 
of the General Assembly, publish "T/ie Earnest Worker,'" a monthly, containing a full 
commentary on the lessons of the month, for teachers and older scholars. Price, (JO cents a 
year; 6 or more copies to one address, 50 cents each. 

"77;^ Children's Friend," an illustrated children's paper, issued four times each month. 
The weekly lesson is also published in this. Price, 60 cents a year; 10 or more to one address 
at the rate of $30 per 100, yearly. 

^'The Quarterly " containing two grades of questions upon the Bible lesson, for inter- 
mediate and advanced scholars, with brief notes. Price, 20 cents a j-ear; 5 or more to one 
address, 15 cents each. 

''^ The Lesson Zr^, "containing each lesson on a separate sheet. The 52 lessons of the 
year for 1% cents; or at the rate of $7.50 per 100, yearly. 

An 'Illuminated Card," containing a brief lesson for the little ones. The 52 lessons 10 
cents; or $10 per 100. 

3. To aid needy churches. Sabbath-schools, and missionary fields, by donation of books, 
tracts, and other literature as may be needed. Such donations are made as follows: To any 
minister, on his own application, tracts to the amount of five dollars, to be distributed in his 
work. To any church or Sabbath-school, upon the application and recommendation of the 
Chairman of Publication of the Presbytery in which the church or school is located. 

4. To prosecute the work of Missionar}^ Colportage, by which a sound religious and 
Presbyterian literature is carried to the homes of our people. This agency, of such vast power 
in edifying the church and in evangelizing the world, has been neglected by us, and the most 
we are now attempting is to keep one colporteur in each of the thirteen Synods of our church, 
our means not justifying any greater outlay. 

LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

DISTINCTIVELY PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES UNDER 
THE CONTROL OF THE SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

Austi7i College, Sherman, Tex., Thornton R. Sampson, D, D., President. 
Central University, Richmond, Ky., L. B. Blanton, D. D., Chancellor. 
Davidson College, Davidson, N. C, J. B. Shearer, D. D., LL.D., President. 
Hampden-Sidney College, Hampden-Sidney, Va., R. Mcllwaine, D. D., President. 
Presbyterian College of South Carolina, Clinton, S. C, L. B. Spencer, President. 
Southzvestern Presbyterian University, Clarksville, Tenn., George Summey, D. D., Chan- 
cellor. 

Westminster College, Fulton, Mo., E. C. Gordon, D. D., President. 
King College, Bristol, Tenn., under care of several Presbyteries. 

THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTIONS. 

In connection with our Southern Assembly at present there are four theological institu- 
tions for white students and one for colored students. With the exception of the last named, 
none are under the direct control of the Assembly, but are controlled by as.sociated S3'nods. 
The General Assembly has, however, in each case a veto power, and annual reports are made 
and submitted to the Assembly for approval. None of them have presidents, the Faculty 
choosing its own chairman and .secretary; except that, in the case of the Theological School 



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at Clarksville, Tenn. , the Chancellor of the University may be regarded as ex-officio President. 
The following are the names and locations in the order of seniority: 

Union Theological Seminary, Hampden-Sydney, Prince Edward County, Va. Synods 
of Virginia and North Carolina, Rev. Walter W. Moore, D. D., Chairman. 

Columbia Theological Seminary, Columbia, S. C. Synods of South Carolina, Georgia, 
Alabama, and Florida, Rev. J. D. Tadlock, D. D., Chairman. 

Theological School of Southzvestern Presbyterian University, Clarksville, Tenn. Synods 
of Alabama, Mississippi, Nashville, and Memphis, Rev. Geo. Summey, D. D., Chancellor. 

Lotiisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky. Synods of Kentucky and 
Missouri, Rev. W. H. Marquess, D. D., Chairman. 

Stillman Institute (colored), Tuskaloosa, Ala. General Assemblv, Rev. .'\. R. Phillips, 
D. D., President. 

CHURCH PAPERS. 

^'•Southwestern Presbyterian,^'' established 18(59, thirty-two pages, weekly, New Orleans, 
La., R. Q. Mallard, D. D., Editor; E. S. Upton, Publisher; $2.00 per vear, in advance. 

''Atlanta Presbyterian,'" established 1885, Atlanta, Ga., E. Y. Clarke, D. D., Editor and 
Publisher. Subscription price, $2.00 per year. 

" The Southzvestet'n Presbyterian," published weekly, at Clinton, S. C, Rev. J. Ferdinand 
Jacobs, D. D., Editor-in-chief. 

Associate Editors. 

Kentucky, Rev. E. M. Green, D. D. Georgia, Rev. S. L. Morris, D. D. 

Virginia, Rev. S. T. Martin. Florida, Rev. Wm. E. Mcllwaine. 

North Carolina, Rev. S. C. Caldwell. Alabama, Rev. B. F. Bedinger. 

Tennessee, Rev. R. C. Reed, D. D. Mississippi, Rev. W. S. Jacobs. 

''Christian Observer," established 1813, Louisville, Ky. 

Editors. Pubi,ishers. 



Converse & Co., 
Office, 512 Third St., 
Louisville, Ky. 



F. Bartlett Converse, D. D. 
Thomas E. Converse, D. D. 
Francis R. Beattie, D. D., Ph.D. 

"North Carolina Presbyterian," Charlotte, N. C, Rev. A. J. McKelway, Editor; E. H. 
Bean, Business Manager. 

"Central Presbyterian," Richmond, Va., Jas. P. Smith, D. D., Editor; J. Gray McAllister, 
Business Manager. Subscription price, $2.00 per year. 

"The Presbyterian Ouaiierly," a Theological, Philosophical and Literary Review. 
Managing Edito'r, George Summy, D. D., Clarksville, Tenn.; Editors, G. B. Strickler, D. D. 
and E. H. Barnett, D. D.; 160 pages, octavo. Published in January, April, July and Octo- 
ber. Publishers: Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond, Va., and A. D. F. Randolph Co., Lim- 
ited, New York; $3.00 per annum. 

"The Religious Outlook," Columbia, S. C, W. M. McPheeters, D. J. Brimm, Editors; 
S. C. Byrd, Managing Editor; The Bryan Printing Co., Publishers. Terms, $1.00 per annum. 

"Union Senuuarv Magazine," published bi-monthly during session of eight months by 
the students of Union Theological Seminary. R. L. Wharten, Editor-in-chief; R. W. Jop- 
ling. Business Manager. 

Associate Editors: J. E. Ballou, G. F. Servier. 

Review Editors: Rev. \V. W. Moore, D. D., Rev. T. C. Johnson, D. D. 
Missionary Editors: C. C. Anderson, E. E. Lane. 

"The Davidson Monthly," published by the Philanthropic and Euraenean Societies of 
Davidson College. 



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(SOUTHERN) 



FOR THE YEAR 1898. 



ABRAHAM, Royston Nash, Uvalde, Tex. 
— Boni, Rondo, Ark.; Stud. Ark. C. 
1883-86; Col. T. S., S. C, class of '90; 
Lie. '90 Pby. of Charleston; Ord. Feb., '91, 
Pby. of Atlanta; S. S. Rock Spring and Law- 
renceville, Ga., '90-91; P. Rock Spring, Ga., 
'91-94; S. S. Greenville, Friendship, Eben- 
ezer, and Mounteville, Ga., '94-97; S. S. 
Uvalde, Tex., '97—. 

ADAMS, Robert, Laurens, S. C— Born, 
Eatonton, Ga. ; U. of Ga., B. A. ; Stud. Col. T. 
S., S. C; Lie. April, 1886, Ord. June, '86, Pby. 
of Augusta; P. 2d Ch., Macon, Ga., '87-89; 
S. S. and P. 1st Ch., Americus, Ga., '90-96; 
P. 1st Ch., Laurens, S. C, Nov., '96—. 

ADAMS, Robert Henry, Corydon, Ky. 
—Born, Xenia, O.; Mi. U., B. A. 1872; Un. T. 
S., Va., '92; Lie. '92 Pbv. of Paducah; Ord. 
Ev. S. S. Madisonville, Ky., May, '92-94; S. 
S. Corvdon, Sturgis, and Ridgewood (Spotts- 
ville),'Kv., '94-95; S. S. Corvdon and Ridge- 
wood, Ky., '92-97—. 

ADGER, John Bailey, Pendleton, S. C. 
—Born, Charleston, S. C, Dec. 18, 1810; U. C. 
N. Y., B. A., '28; Col. C, S. C, D. D., '68; 
Prin. T. S., 88; Lie. '83, Pby. of New Bruns- 
wick; Ord. '34, Pby. of Charleston Union; 
My. to Armenians in Constantinople and 
Smyrna 12 yrs.; P. Ch. (col.) Charleston, S. 
C, 5 yrs.; Prof. Eccle. Hist, and Polity Co- 
lumbia T. S., S. C, 17 yrs.; Ev. and P.'Rob- 
ertsand Mt. Zion Chs., Anderson Co., S. C, 
5 yrs.; P. Pendleton, S. C, 16 yrs. to '9(); 
author; translated into Armenian the New 
Testament, Bunyan's " Pilgrim's Progress," 
"Shorter Catechism;" abridged and trans- 
lated 2 vols. D'Aul)igne's "History of the 
Refonnation;" on Ed. Staff of \.\\^ Southern 
Presbyterian Revie'cO over 30 jts. ; now writ- 
ing a history of " My Life and Times." 

AHRENBECK, W. T., Waco, 7>.r.— Pby. 
of Central Tex.; P. 2d Ch., Waco, Tex.—. 

AKERS, William Wirt, j/5 Vance St., 
I\Icinphis, Tenn. — Born, Marceline, IMo.; 

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Wm. C, Mo., B. A., 1892, M. A., '95; Lv. 
Pbn. T. S., '95; Lie. April, '95, Ord. Sept. 
'95, Pbv. of Mo. ; S. S. Bethpel, Indian Grove, 
and Deer Park, Mo., '96-96; P. E. Alenaand 
Saline Chs., Mo., '96; P. Lauderdale St. Ch., 
Memphis, Tenn., '96 — . 

ALBRIGHT, W. '&.,Lawson, if/o.— Memb. 
Pby. of Upper Mo. 

ALEXANDER, James H., 187 Capital Av- 
enue, Atlanta, Ga. — Born, Monroe Co., 
Tenn.; M. C. Kv., B. A.; Ms. T. S., Tenn.; 
Lie. 1869, Ord. '60, Pby. of Kingston; P. 
Dandridge, Tenn.; P. Lewisburg, Tenn.; P. 
Cornersville, Tenn.; P. Bainbridge, Ga. ; P. 
Rich Vallev, Va. ; Pres. Plummer College, 
Wytheville,' Va. 

ALEXANDER, James Harvey, Koscius- 
ko, A/iss. — Born, Pulaski, Tenn., June, 16, 
1826; Og. U. B. A. '48; S. W. Pbn. U.,Tenn., 
D. D. '90; Col. T. S., S. C, '49; Lie Sept. 3, 
'62, Pby. of Maury ; Ord. Oct. 26, '64, Pby. Tus- 
caloosa; P. Paynesville, Ala., '58-66; P.Kos- 
ciusko, Ala., '67-98; also S. S. and My. dur- 
ing pastorate; organized ten churches. 

ALEXANDER, S. C, Monticello, Ark. 
—Born, Charlotte, N. C, 1830; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A. and M. A.; Laf. C, Ala., D. D.; Col. 
T. C, S. C, '53; Ord. Aug. 3, '58, Pby. of Con- 
cord; P. Back Creek and Hyatins, N. C, '53- 
69; P. Black River Chapel,^N. C, '59-73; P. 
Wadesboro, N. C, '78-88; Ev. Tex. 3 yrs.; 
Ev. Mo. 3 vrs.; P. Prattville, Ala., 5 yrs.; P. 
Monticello^ Ark., '93; Ev. N. C. and Tex. 
many vrs.; author "Stone Kingdom" — 
Prophecy fulfilled ($1); " The Gospelin Gen- 
esis " ($1); "The Everlasting Covenant and 
its Seals" (Dr. Hazen, Richmond, Va., .05). 

ALEXANDER, Wm. Addison, Claiks- 
ville, Tenn. — Born, Kosciusko, Miss., Jan. 
19, 1867; U. of Miss. B. A., '76, M. A., '76; 
Dav. C, N, CD, D., '96; Prin. T. S., '79; Lie 
July 9, '79, Ord. Oct. 28, '79, Pby. of Central 
IMiss. ; P. Lexington and S. S. Franklin, Miss., 
'79-81; S. S. Yazoo City, Miss., '81-84; P. 



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Canton, Miss., '84-92; S. S. Madison, Miss., 
'86-92; Prof. Biblical Lang, and Lit. S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., '92; S. C. Pby. of Central 
Miss., '85-92; Mod. Synod of Miss. '93; Del. 
Toronto Counsel of Reformed Churches, 
'92; author "Assembly Digest." (Pbn. Com. 
Publication, $4, net. ) 

ALEXANDER, Wm. Clawson, Coticord, 
N. C— Born, Chester, S. C; Stud. Mil. Acd., 
S. C, Un. T. S., Va.; Ord. Sept. 13, 1888, Pby. 
of Memphis; P. Bolivar, Tenn., '88-92; Mt. 
Airv, N. C, and Ev. for Synod of N. C, '92- 
94; >. Concord, N. C, Oct. 1, '91—. 

ALEXANDER, W. MeF., Memphis, Tenn. 
— W. and L. U., Va., B. A., 1884; memb. Pby. 
of Memphis; P. Alabama Street Ch., Mem- 
phis, Tenn. — 

ALLEN, Albert Sidney, 1700 N. Spmce 
Street, jVas/iz'i/te, Tenn. — Born, Verona, 
Miss.; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A. 1892; Div. 
Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '93; Lie April, 
'93, Ord. July, '93, Pby. of Nashville; P. 
Edgar Pbn. Ch., Nashville, Tenn., '93—. 

ALLEN, F. L., Learned, Jlh'ss.,— Member 
Pby. of Central Miss. ; P. Raymond, Bethes- 
da, and Lebanon, Miss. — 

ALLEN, Junius Wilson, Ripley, Miss. 
— Born, Water Vallev, Miss.; U. of Miss. B. A., 
1881; Un. T. S., Va.', '84; Lie June, '84, Ord. 
Dec, '84, Pby. of North Miss.; P. Batesville 
and Pleasant Grove, Miss., '84-87; P. Court- 
land and Horn Lake, Miss., '84-88; P. Col- 
lege Hill, Miss., '89-94; P. Collierville Ch., 
Tenn. (with Germantown Ch., Tenn., and 
Clarksdale, Miss., 1 yr. ), '84-87; Prin. Belle- 
vue Female Coll., Colherville, Tenn., '86-87; 
P. Ripley, Park's Chap., Chalybeate, and 
Dumas Chs., Miss., '94 — . 

ALLISON, John Lee, 1527 West Fayette 
Street, Baltimore, jSld. — Born, Pulaski Co., 
Va.; King C, Tenn., B. A. 1884; Un. T. S., 
Va., '87;Lic. and Ord., '88, Pby. of Abingdon; 
P. Walnut Grove and Green Spring, Wash- 
ington Co., Va., '88-89; P. Radford, Va., '89- 
92; P. Portsmouth, Va., '92-97; P. West- 
minster Ch., Baltimore, Md., April, '97 — . 

ALLISON, Joseph Young-, 412 Florida 
Street, Baton Rouge, La. — Born, Concord, 
N. C; Stud. Dav. C, N. C. and U. of Va.; 
Pbn. C, S. C, D. D., 1892; Col. T. S., S. C, 
'76; Lie. April, '75; Pby. of Concord; Ord. 
Nov., '76, Pbv. of Red River; P. Monroe, La., 
'76-81; P. Tallahassee, Fla., '82-84; P. Baton 
Rouge, La., April, '84—; Soldier in C. S. A., 
'64-65; Practiced Law in Concord, N. C, '70- 
73. 

ALLISON, T. J., 311 N. Tryon Street, 
Charlotte, N. C'.— Born, Mill Hill, N. C; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1871, M. A., '74; Un. 
T. S., Va., '74; Lie April 18, '74, Pby. of 
Concord; Ord. Nov. 8, '75, Pby. of Orange; P. 
Tarboro, N. C, Nov. 8, '75-78; S. S. Rock- 
ingham and Lumberton, N, C, '78-80; P. Me- 
baneville, N. C, '80-88; P. Third and Fifth 
Creek and Elmwood, N. C, '88-91; Ev. Sa- 
vannah Pby., Ga., '91-93; P. Decatur, Ala., 
'93-96; P. Sugar Creek Ch., N. C. (organized 
in 1766), Sept., '96—. 



ALLYN, H. S., Sao Joao del Rei, Minas 
Geraes, Brazil, S. A.; My. to Brazil, Jan- 
uary 7, 1897. 

ALLSTON, Riehapd Henry, 2204 Fourth 
Street, New Orleans, La. — Born, Attala Co., 
Miss., Dec, 22, 1865; Stud, under A. G. Als- 
ton, M. D., and Col. J. W. Hanna; Stillman 
Inst., '89; Lie Sept., Ord. Oct., '89; Pby. of 
Central Mississippi; S. S. and P. E. Bevean 
Ch., New Orleans, La., Dec. 20, '89—. 

ALSWORTH, John Leslie, Leiuisburg, 
Tenn. — Born, Winona, Miss.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., B. A., 1896; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., '96; Lie Sept. 15, Ord. Oct. 5, '96, 
Pby of Columbia; P. Beth Berei and Union 
Chs., Tenn., '96-97; P. Lewisburg Ch., Tenn., 
'97—. 

ALTFATHER, Clarence Levan, Mexia, 
Tex. — Born, Johnstown, Pa.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., B. A., 1889; Un.'T. S., Va., '95; Lie 
May 3, '95, Pby. of Dallas; Ord. June 7, '96; 
Pby. of Central Texas; S. S. Van Alstyn, 
Piano, Valley Summit, Te.x., '95; Mexia, 
Tex., '95-96; S. S. Oak Island, Tex. since 
April, '97, and P. Mexia, Tex., June, '96 — . 

AMIS, Eug-ene Henry, Goose Creek, Ky. 
— Born, Granville Co., N. C; Bingham Sch., 
N. C, Stud. H.-S., Va., 1879-80; Un. T. S., 
Va., '87; Lie June, Ord. Nov. '87, Pby. of 
Lexington; P. Montery, Pisgah and Crab- 
bottom, Va., June, '87, Jan., '90; P. Goshen, 
Harrod's Creek and Springdale, Ky., Jan., 
'90—. 

ANDERSON, Barnwell Rhet, Canton, 
Ca.- Born, Waterioo, S. C; Col. T. S., S. 
C, 1894; Lie and Ord. May, '94; Pby. of En- 
oree; P. Old Fields, Bethany, Enoree and 
Waterioo Chs., Ga., '94-97; P. Canton, Hick- 
ory Flat, Bethesda and Smyrna Chs., Ga., 
March, '97 — . 

ANDERSON, Isaac Samuel, Rose Hill, 
Fa.— Born, Bristol, Tenn., Dec. 9, 1854; King 
C, Tenn., B. A., '75; Un. T. S., Va., '78; 
Stud. Un. T. S., N. Y, '80; Lie June 8, '78, 
Ord. April 24, '80, Pby. of Holston; P. Mt. 
Carmel and Lee Pbn. Chs., Lee Co., Va., 
'78 — . Always labored in "The regions be- 
yond." Total abstainer. 

ANDERSON, John Gray, Tampa, Fla. 
—Born, Albemarle Co., Va.; H.-S. C, Va., 
and U. of Va., 1869-74; Un. T. S., Va., '78; 
Lie April, '78, Pbv. of West Hanover; Ord. 
May 2, '79, Pby. of East Hanover; P. Ma- 
kemie Ch., Va., '78-84; P. Hampton, Will- 
iamsburg, Smithfield, Newport News, Va., 
'84-88; P. Rocky River, Cabarrus Co., N. C, 
'88-94; P. Millersburg, Kv., '94-97; P. Tampa, 
Fla., '97—. 

ANDERSON, John P., La Grange, Ga. 
— Born, Rogersville, Tenn.; King C, Tenn., 
B. A., 1887; Col. T. S., S. C; Lie Dee, '89, 
Pby. of Holston; Ord. April, '90, Pby. of Sewa- 
nee; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Ocala, Fla., April, '90-91; 
P. 1st Pbn. Ch., La Grange, Ga., Jan. '91—. 

ANDERSON, Neal Larkin, 206 High 
Street, Montgomery, Ala.— Born, Yorkville, 
S. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1885; M. A., 
'87; Prin. U., M. A., '88; Lie May 18, '89, 



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Pby. of Wilmington; Ord, Nov. 30, '90, Pby. 
of South Alabama; P. Marion, Ala., '90-91; 
1st P. Central Pbn. Ch., Montgomery, Ala., 
Dec. l;^, '91—. 

ANDERSON, Robert C, Sp., Martins- 
ville, la. — Born, Prince Edward Co., Va., 
March Ki, IH'2'S; PI.-vS. C, Va., '43 (with first 
honor); Un. T. S., N. Y, '47; Lie '47, Pby of 
Hanover, N. S.; Ord. Ev., '62; same Pby. S. 
S. Appomatox Ch., Prince Edward Co., Va., 
'47-49; P. and Tea. at and in the vicinity of 
Campbell Co., Va., Oct. '49 to Jan. 1, '53; Or- 
ganized Henry Ch, ( Martinsville Ch.) Henry 
Co., Va., '54r S. S. of same, '54-96, and P., 
'96-9(5. 

ANDERSON, Robert Campbell, Jr., 

Shtibyville, Tenn. — Born, Henry Co., Va. ; 
H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1887; Un. T. S., Va., '90; 
Stud. atU. andP'reeCh. C, Edinburgh, Scot- 
land, '95-9(5; Lie. April, '90, Pby. of Ro- 
anoke; Ord. Sept. '90, Pby. of Central Texas; 
P. San Angelo, Texas, Sept., '90-92; P. 2d 
Pbn. Ch., Roanoke, Va., '92-97; P. E. Shel- 
by ville Ch., Tenn., '97—; Pbn. Chap, of Hol- 
lins Institute, Va., '92-9(5; Chap. Roanoke 
Light Infantry, '93-97. 

ANDERSON, Wm. James, 197 Crutcher 
St., Dallas, Texas — Born, Bedford Co., 
Tenn., May 29, 1821; Nash. U., Tetm., M. A., 
'48; New Albany, Ind., '51; Lie. '51, Pby. of 
Columbia; Pbn. Ev., '52; S. S. Henderson 
and Piedmont Chs., Tenn., '53-54; S. S. New 
Providence and Huntington, W. Tenn., '55- 
6(5; S. S. Paris Ch. and Tea. Maill Acd., 
Tenn., '57-58; Tea. Newbern, Dyre Co., and 
S. S. Yorkville, Eaton and PMendship, Tenn., 
'58-(50; S. S. Concord and Eaton, Tenn., '61- 
64; S. S. Concord, Zion and Eaton, Tenn., 
'65-75; Tea. Bethel College and S. S. Spring 
Creek, '7(5-77; S. S. Zion, Eaton and P'riend- 
ship, Tenn., '77-81; S. S. Nevill's, Prairie 
and Pennington, Tex., '82-83; S. S. Penning- 
ton and Tea. High Acd., Tex., '83-84; Mid- 
dle Tenn., '84-85; S. S. Sand Springs and 
Long Creek., Miss., '85-87; S. S. Courtland 
and Long Creek, Mi.ss., '88-89; S. S. Rock 
Hill, Blacksburg, Heath Springs and Cedar 
Shales, S. C, '90-92; Jackson, Tenn., '93-95; 
Dallas, Tex., '9(5—. 

ANDERSON,Wm. Madison, 197 Cruicher 
St., Dalas, Texas — Born, Gibson Co., Tenn.; 
S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., Ph. B. and M. A.; 
Stud. U. of S. C; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn.; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C; Lie. April, 
1888, Pby. of Western Dist.; Ord. July, '88, 
Pby. of Bethel; P. Lst Ch., Rockhill, S. C, 
'88-92; P. Lst Ch. Jackson, Tenn., '88-95; P. 
1st Ch., Dallas, Tex., Oct., '95—; author, in 
charge of a dep't of "Christian Observer," 
Louisville, Ky., 3 yrs. 

ANDREW, John Barr, Eminence, Ky. 
— Born, La Eavette Co., Mo.; W. and L. U., 
Va., B. A., 189'2; Pbn. T. S., '95; Lie June, 
'94, Pby. of La Payette; Ord. April, '95, Pby. 
of Louisville; P. Eminence and Pleasureville, 
Ky., '95—. 

ARBUTHNOT, John S., 1503 Broadzvay, 
Nashville, Teiiii. — Born, Sniitt Co., Miss.; 



Cumb. U., Tenn., 1860; D. D. '80; Col. T. S., 
S. C. '64; Lie. April, '64, Pby. of Charieston; 
Ord. Sept., '(5(5, Pby. of South Ala.; P. Union- 
town and Fairview Chs., S. C, '(56-74; P. 
Gallatin Ch., Tenn., '74-78; P. Murfreesboro 
Ch., Tenn., '78-86; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Nash- 
ville, Tenn., '85-89; S. S. Hartsville, Tenn., 
'89-97; S. S. Hartsville and Mt. Vernon, 
Tenn., '97 — . 

ARCHER, S., Greenville, Miss.— iAemh. 
Pby. of Central Mississippi; S. S. Greenville, 
Miss. — . 

ARMSTRONG, David Gibson, 294 Sea- 
board Ave., Atlanta, Ca. — Born, Salem, Va.; 
Roa. C, Va., B. A., 1S85, M. A., '90; Un. T. 
S., Va., '9i; Lie. April, '91, Ord. P:v. Sept., 
'91, Pby. of Montgomery; Miss. Brazil, S. A., 
'91-94; P. 1st Pbn. Ch. Charieston, S. C, '96; 
P. Pbn. Ch. Albany, Ga, '96-97; P. Inman 
Park Pbn. Ch., Atlanta, Ga., '97—. 

ARMSTRONG, George Dodd, Norfolk, 
Fa.- Born, Mendham, N. J.; Prin. U., 1832; 
Un. T. S., Va., '37; Lie '38, Ord. '39, Pby. 
of Lexington; S. S. Timber Ridge Ch., Va., 
'38-51; P. IstCh. Norfolk, Va., '51-91, and 
P. Em. of .same '91 — ; author, "The Doctrine 
of Baptisms," "The Christian Doctrine of 
Slavery," "The Theology of Christian Ex- 
perience," "The Sacraments of the New Tes- 
tament," "The Books of Nature and Revela- 
tion Collated." 

ARMSTRONG, W. P., Jr., Selma, Ala. 
—Born, Selma, Ala.; Prin. U., 1894, B. A., 
'9(5; Prin. T. S., '97; under care of Pby. Tus- 
caloosa; Stud. U. of Berlin, Germany, '97 — . 

ARROWOOD, Milton Chalmers, ll'ades- 
boro, N. C. — Born, Bessemer Citv, N. C; 
.\cademic education; Col. T. S., S.' C, 1894; 
Lie April 14, '93, Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ord. 
•as Ev., April 11, '94; Ev. in Union, Anson 
and Stanley Cos., N. C, Barclay, Polkton, 
Beulah, Norwood and Salem Chs., '94-97; P. 
Marven, Wadesboro, and S. S. Norwood 
Chs., N. C, Dee, '97—. 

ARROWOOD, Robert S., Woodleaf, N. 
C— Born, Bessemer City, N. C; Dav. C, N. 
C, B. A., 1877; Lie Oct., '85, Ord. June 20, 
'86, Pby. of Concord; P. Bethpage, N. C, 
'85-91; P. Gilwood, N. C, '5K)-91; P. Fifth 
Creek and Elmwood, N. C, '91-96; P. Third 
Creek, N. C, '91 and P. Unity, Franklin and 
South River, N. C. '96—, 

ARROWOOD, Wm. Butler, Laurin- 
burg, N. C. — Born, Gaston Co., N. C; Dav. 
C, N. C, B. A., 1870; Un. T. S., Va., '79; 
Lie April, '78, Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ord. 
'79, Pby. of Montgomer}-; P. Walker Creek, 
Pearisburg and Hoges Chap., Va., '79-82; 
PvV. Norwood, Mizpah, Lebanon, Poorest and 
Beulah, Stanley Co., N. C, '82-88; P. Mat- 
thews, Philadelphia and Sharon, Mecklen- 
burg, Co., N. C, '88-92; P. Laurinburg, Ida 
Mills, Gibson and McCall, Richmond Co., 
N. C, '92—; author, "The Polity of the Pres- 
byterian Church," (Pamphlet, Pbn. Com. of 
Publication, Richmond, Va., .05). 

ATKINS, Alexander Harrison, Gaines- 
ville, .lla. — Born, (rrcciislioro, .^la.; So. U., 



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Ala., B. A., 1887; Col. T. S., S. C, '90; Stud. 
Prin. U.; Lie. June 12, '90 , Orel. Oct. 15, '90, 
Pby. of Tuscaloosa; P. Fairview, Fnendship 
and Marion Junction Chs., Ala,, '91; P. 
Gainesville, Bethel and Cedar Grove Chs., 
Ala., '92—. 

ATKINSON, Charles Moody, Centre- 
ville. La. — Born, Newburyport, Mass., June 
17, 1819; Amh.C, Mass., 'ii; KingC, Tenn., 
D. D., '75; Un. T. S., N. Y., '48; Lie '48, 
Cong. Asso. of New York and Brooklyn; 
Ord. Feb., '49, Pby. of Lexington; P. Gre- 
nada, Canollton and Greenwood, Va., '49- 
52; Gen. Ag. and Cor. Sec. Synod of Miss., 
'52-58; P. Madison Ch., Canton, Miss., '53- 
68; P. E. Shongalo, Winona and Hopewell, 
Miss., '69-72; Ev. of the Teche, Pby. of New 
Orleans, '78 — and S. S. Centreville, Morgan 
City and Jean nerette. La., '80—; Mod. "The 
United Synod," '60; Mod. Synod of Miss., 
'67. 

ATKINSON, W. R., Hendersonville, N. 
6".— Born, Columbia, S. C; S. C. State C, 
1861, D. D. from same C; Col. T. S., S. C, 
'69; Ord. May, '71, Pby. of Roanoke; P. 
Smithville, Va., '71-75; Prof. Natural Science 
and Mathematics, Peace Institute, Raleigh, 
N. C, '75-78; Prin. Female Institute, Char- 
lotte, N. C, '78-90; Pres. Pbn. C. for Wo- 
men, Columbia, S. C, '90-96. 

AUGUSTUS, Fredepiek, Nashville, 
Tenn. — Born, King F'erry, N. Y., Jan. 29, 
1838; Stud. Genoa, Cayuga and Homer Acds., 
'47-56; Mich. U., '57-59; Milton C, M. A., 
'72; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '63; Lie. '62, by Cong. 
Asso.; Ord. '64, Pby. of St. Lawrence; P. 
Parishville, N. Y., '68-64; Lyndonville, N. 
Y., '64-68; Pres. Lyons Female College, N. 
Y., '68-70; Prof. Nat. Sciences, Fisk U., 
Nashville, Tenn., '72 — . 

AULD, Isaac McQueen, St. Petersburg, 
Fla.—Bovn, Sumter Dist., S. C; Lie. 1893, 
Ord. '74, Pby. of St. John; P. Silver Lake 
Ch. and Fort Reed, Orange Co., Fla., '93-96; 
also S. S. Bloomingdale Ch., '95; P. St. 
Petersburg and Clearwater, Fla., '93 — ; son 
of the late Dr. Donald John Auld. 

AUSTIN, Henry, Jr., jjo/ Avenue M, 
Galveston, Texas. — Born, Galveston, Texas; 
Stud. U. of Texas; Un. T. S., Va., 1894; Lie. 
Oct., '94, Ord. Oct. 11, '95; P. Broadway 
Mem. Pbn. Ch., Galveston, Tex., '96—. 



BACKER, Theo. J., Danville, A>.— Born, 
Tiffin, O.; Heid. C, O., 1871; Heid. T. 
S., O., '73; Received from Tiffin Classis; 
Memb. Transylvania Pby., S. S. Perry ville, 
Salvisa and Kirkwood, Ky. — . 

BACHMAN, Jno. Lynn, Sweetwater, 
Tenn. — Born, Kingsport, Tenn.; Ham. C, N. 
Y., B. A., 1870; Ord. April, '85, Pby. of Knox- 
ville; S. S. Athens, Tenn, 3 yrs.; S. S. Con 
cord, Tenn., 3 yrs.; S. S. Cedar Springs, 
Tenn., '90; S. S. Madisonville, Tenn., '96, 
and P. Sweetwater, Tenn., '96 — . 

BACHMAN, Jonathan Waverly, 221 
McCallie A ven ue, Chattanooga, Tenn . — Born, 



Kingsport, Tenn.; Stud. Emery and Henry, 
Va., and Un. T. S., N. Y., 1860; Ord. Sept., 
'64, Pby. of Holston; P. Rogersville and 
New Providence, Tenn.; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Chattanooga, Tenn., '73 — . 

BAILEY, Edward, Kartah, Ca.— Born, 
Statesville, N. C; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., B. 
A.; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, 1882-84, and Un. 
T. S. Va., '86-86; Lie. Supt., '84, Ord. April, 
'88, Pby. of Cherokee; S. S. Bethany and 
Concord, N. C, '84; S. S. Uuhariee, Ga., '84- 
93; S. S. Roekmont, Ga., '86-87; S. S. Cove 
Spring, Ga., '87-89; S. S. Mars Hill, Ga, '89- 
91; S. S. Philadelphia, '92; S. S. Jonesboro 
and Flat Creek, '98-96; S. S. Bethel and Wal- 
nut Grove Chs., Ga., '96 — . 

BAILEY, Ephraim Clarke, Timmons- 
ville, S. C— Born, Edisto Island, S. C; Pbn. 
C, S. C; Col. T. S., S. C, 1896; Lie. April, 
'94, Pby. of Charleston; Ord., '96, Pby. of 
Pee Dee; Ev. in Charleston Pby., '96; S. S. 
Montgomery City, Mo., 6 mo.; S. S. Ben- 
nettsville, S. C, 6 mo.; P. Timmonsville and 
Hartsville, S. C, '96—. 

BAILEY, John Crooks, Jr., Smmner- 
ton, S. C— Born, Granville, S. C; Prin. T. 
S., 1896; Lie. Sept. 20, '96, Pbv. of Enore; 
Ord. Oct. 9, '96, Pby. of Harmony; P. Sum- 
merton, Wedgefield and Tirzali Chs., S. C, 
'96—. 

BAILEY, Wm. L., Mural, Trt.— Stud. H.- 
S. C, Va., Un. T. S. Va., 1866; Lie. Apr. 27, 

'67, Pby. of West Hanover; Ord ; S. S. 

Point Pleasant and Pleasant Flats, '81-83; P. 
Oxford and S. S. Woodside, Va.— . 

BAIRD, James Robinson, HosMon, Ga. 
—Born, Ohio; Dav. C, N. C, 1840, B. A.; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '44; Lie. '43, Ord. '44, Pby. 
of Bethel; P. Hopewell Ch., S. C, '44-48; 
Colporteur Bethel Pby. a few yrs.; Tea. till 
'68; P. Shelby, N. C, and Shiloh, S. C, '64; 
P. Allison Creek Ch., S. C, '64-68; F. M. to 
Brazil, S. A., where organized and served a 
Ch., '68-78; Living in Jackson Co., near 
Hosehton, Ga. 

BAIRD, R. P., Tortaleza E. de Ceara, 
Brazil, S. .-/.—Col. T. S., S. C, 1892; Lie. 
Aug. 3, '92, Ord. Sept. 30, '92, Pby. of Cher- 
okee; P. Acworth, Mars Hill and Smyrna, 
Ga., '92-96; My. to Brazil, Dee. 10, '94. 

BAKER, Adolph E., Sykesville, Md. 
—Born, Jerseyville, 111.; J. H. U., Md., B. A., 
1894; Div. Sch. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., Un. T. 
S., Va., '97. Lie. June 14, Ord. Oct. 17, '97, 
Pby. of Maryland; P. " Old Springfield Ch.," 
Sykesville, Md., Oct. 17, '97—; while a stud. 
S. S., Rockville, Md., '95, and Mt. Washing- 
ton, Md., '96. 

BAKER, B. L., Monticetlo, Fla.— Memh. 
Pby. of Cherokee. 

BAKER, John Wicliflf, Marietta, Ga.— 
Born, Liberty, Co., Ga.; Ga. State U. 1882,. B. 
A.; Prin. T. S.. '35; Lie. Aug. 6, '36, Pby. of 
New Brunswick; Ord., '36, Pby of Hopewell; 
P. Milledgeville Ch. 16 yrs.; S. S. at dif. 
times, Sparta, Eatonton, Lafayette, Chicka- 
mauga. Tunnel Hill, Dalton, Adairsville, 
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and Smyrna, Ga. ; Prof, of Lang. Oglethorpe 
U., 7 yrs.; Prof, and Chapl. Ga. Mil. Inst., 7 
yrs. 

BAKER, Robert Q., ^Irgyle, Fla.—Borw, 
Walthonsville, Ga.; Og. U., Ga., 1857; Lie, 
'71, Ord., '72, Pby. of Savannah; S. S. St. 
Mary's, Ga.; S. S. Dorchester, Ga. ; S. S. Ge- 
neva, Ala.; S. S. Freeport, Euchee Valley, 
Magnolia Spring and Westville, Fla.; S. S. 
De Funiak Spring, Fla. 

BAKER, Wm. Elliott, Boszvell, Ga. 
—Born, Libertv Co., Ga., Feb. 20, 1880; Prin. 
U. B. A., '50; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, Prin. T, 
S., '52; Lie. Pbv. of Luzerne; Ord. Mav 18, 
'53, Pby. of West Jersey; P. 2d Ch.. Bridge- 
ton, N. J., '58-55; S. S. Sacramento, Cal., '5(5- 
57; P. 1st Ch., Staunton, Va., '57-81; S. S. 
Roswell, Ga., 'i)0— . 

BAKER, Wm. Steele, Mineral Wells, 
Tex. — Born, Rockbridge Co., Va. ; Ark. C, 
B. A., 1888; Austin T. Sch., '91; Lie, '89, 
Ord., '92, Pby. of Arkansas; S. S. Black Rock 
and Powhatan, Ark., '89-98; P. Hico, Tex., 
3 }TS. ; Nazareth Ch., near Bartlett, Tex., 2 
yrs.; S. S. Mineral Wells, Tex., Nov. 15, 
'97—. 

BALDWIN, L. H., Norfolk, Fa.— Memb. 
Pby. of Mecklenburg. 

BANKS, Fitzhugh Lee, Ackerman, 
Miss. — Born, Rocky Mount, La., June 21, 
186(5; State Normal C. of U. of Nashville, 
Tenn., L. L, '84; Col. T. S., S. C, '91; Lie 
June, '91, Ord. Apr., '92, Pby. of Red River; 
P. E. Rayville, La., '91-98'; S. S. Wilson, 
La., '98-95; S. S. Funica, Miss., '95-9(5; S. S. 
Mt. Zion, Ark., '9(5-97; S. S. Ackerman, 
Miss., Nov., '97 — . 

BANKS, F. L., Rel/'s Bluff, Ark.— 
Memb. Pby. of Pine Bluff; S. S. Mount Zion, 
Ark.—. 

6ARBEE, Joshua, Excelsior Springs, 
Mo. — Born, Danville, Kv.; Centre C, Kv., 
M. A.; Danv. T. S., Ky.,"l8(52; Lie. '(51, Pby. 
of Transylvania; Ord. '(5(5, Pby. of Lafayette; 
P. Sedalia, Mo., '(55; P. Mt.' Olive and Pis- 
gah Chs., Mo., '65-87; P. Mt. Olive and Sa- 
line Chs., Mo., '85-91; S. S. Ch.s. at Excel- 
sior Springs, Hardin and Norborne, Mo. — . 

BARBER, Wm. Lee, Comer, (7rt.— Born, 
Clark Co., Ga.; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, 1898- 
96; Lie. Aug. 28, '98, Ord. Ev. April 17, '96, 
Pby. of Athens; S. S. Jefferson, Hebron, 
Hopewell, Homer and Carnesville, Ga., '9(>- 
97; S. S. Group of Chs. Madison Co., Ga., 
'97 — ; Ruling Elder before entering the Min- 
istry. 

BARBOUR, John, Bir/ningliam, Ala. 
— Born, Danville, Ky.; Centre C, Ky., B. A., 
1871, M. A., '78; Central U., Ky., D. D., '9(5; 
Prin. T. S., '78; Ord. '79, Pby. of Ebenezer; 
P. Greenup, Ky., '78-92; P. 22d St. Pbn. Ch., 
Louisville, Ky', '79-81; S. S. Paxton, 111., 
'81-82; P. Bement, 111., '82-87; P. Mankato, 
Minn., '87-93; P. So. Highlands Pbn. Ch., 
Birmingham, Ala., March, '98 — . 

BARBOUR, Louis Gpeen, Richmond, 
AO'.— Born, Danville, Ky., Sept. 19, 1829; 



Centre C, Ky., B. A. '46, D. D. '76; Prin. T. 
S., '50; Ord. Oct., -'54, Pby. of Mulenburg; 
S. S. Bowling Green, Ky., '52 and P. '54-55; 
S. S. Russelville, '52-55; Tea. Lexington, 
Ky., '57-(50; Prin. Lexington, Mo., '(50-65; 
Tea. Lexington, Ky., '(55-(5(5; Prin. Danville, 
'(5(5-74; S. S. Silver Creek, '72-77; Prof. Cen- 
tral U., Ky., '74—. 

BARCLAY, E. E., Capon Bndge, W. Va. 

BARCLAY, Jonas, Martindale, N. C. 
— Born, Pewee Valley, Ky.; Stud. Louv. Male 
High Sch.; Prin. C. I., Kv., and Centre C, 
Ky.; Stud. Danv. T. S., Ky.; Lie. 1891, Pby. 
of Transylvania; Ord. May, '91, Pby. of 
Mecklenburg; Ev. Pby. of Mecklenburg, '91- 
92; P. Goldsboro, N. C, '92-98; S. S. Will- 
iams Mem. and Mulberry Chs. N. C, '98-94; 
Ev. under Synod in State and under Pby. in 
Gaston Co. Field, N. C, '94-96; P. Williams 
Mem. Ch., Martindale, N. C, '9(5—; Gen. 
Sec. Y. M. C. A., Steubenville, O., '85-86. 

BARCLAY, Thomas P., Wytheville, Va. 
— Born, Bowling Green, Ky.; CentreC, Ky., 
B. A., 18(50; Lie April, '8'5, Ord. Oct., '85, 
Pby. Louisville; S. S. 3 mo. and P. Prince- 
ton, Ky., '85-89; P. Fayetteville, N. C, '89- 
91; Ev. Synod of Va., '91-92; P. Wytheville, 
Va., Aug. 1st, '92 — ; one son, Jonas, in the 
Ministry. 

BARKLEY, A. H., Crawford, Miss.— 
Born, Pby. of Tombeckbee; S. S. Houston, 
Friendship and Beuna Vista, Miss. — . 

BARKS, Hopaee B., Lexina^ton, Mo. 
—Born, Warsaw, Mo., Oct. 4, 1849; Wm. C, 
Mo., B. A. '78; Un, T. S., Va., '78; Lie Apr., 
'80, Ord. Sept., '80, Pby. of Palmyra; S. S. 
LaBelle, Mo., '82-88; S'. S. Caled'onia, '83- 
84; P. Cordee, '84-89; P. Odessa, '89-94; S. 
S. Blackburn, '94-97; Prin. E. A. Seminary, 
Lexington, Mo., Sept., '97 — . 

BARKS, Joseph V., Odessa, ^/(?.— Born, 
Fairfield Co., O.; Ma. Co., O., 1845, B. A.; 
vStud. Lane T. S.; And. T. S., '48; Lie Pby. 
of Patascola; Ord. Pby. of Osage, '49; P. 
Warsaw, Mo., 15 yrs.; P. Troy, 6 yrs.; P. 
Perry, Mo., 15 yrs.; P. Waverly, Mo.', 6 yrs.; 
S. S. Odessa, Mo., '91; (Age 80 yrs. and in 
good health). 

BARNES, J. L., Carrollton, Miss.— 
Memb. Pbv. of Central Mississippi; S. S. 
Sylvan Hall, Miss. — . 

BARNETT, Edward H., 22 W. Harris 
St., .Itlanta, (ia. — Born, Montgomery Co., 
Va.; H.-S. C, Va., Fir.st Honor, M. A., 1861; 
Un. T. S. Va., '67; Lie April. '(57, Pby. of 
Montgomery; Ord. Jan., '70, Pbv. Abingdon; 
P. Abingdo'n Ch., Va., '70-88;' P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Atlanta, Ga., May, '88. 

BARR, David Lepoy^ Newton, Miss.— 
Born, Ala.; Stud. Oxford, Ala., 1874-76; Lie 
Oct., '91, Ord. Apr., '92, Pby. of Tombeck- 
bee; S. S. Lawrence and Carolina and P. 
Newton, Garlandsville, Mont Moriah, Mont- 
rose and Alexander Chapel, Miss., Oct., 
'91—. 

BARR, Edward Nelson, Decatur, Ala. 
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O., B. A., 1895, M. A., '98; Stud. Theol. 
privately; Lie June 3, '97; Orel. Oct. 7, '97, 
Pby. of North Alabama; M. work in Ala., 
'97; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Decatur, Ala., Nov., 
'97—. 

BARR, J. Calvin, Charleston, W. Va. 
—Born, Washington Co., Pa.; Jeff. C, Pa., B. 
A., 1855; Wn. T. S., Pa., '58; D. D. Central 
U., Ky., '86; Lie. March, '57, Ord. April, 
'58, Pby. of Ohio; S. S. Liberty and Baxter 
Chs., Va., '57-58; Collegiate P. with Rev. J. 
McElhenney, Lewisburg, Va., '59-68; Prin. 
Charleston Inst., W. Va., '68-71; P. Charles- 
ton, W. Va., '69—. 

BARR, Lewis T., Knoxville, Tenn. — 
Memb. Pby. of Knoxville. 

BARRETT, Thomas C, Pattonville, Mo. 
— Born, St. Charles Co., Mo. ; Westminster 
C, Mo., B. A., 1861, D. D., June, '87; Stud. 
Theol. under Rev. Thomas Watson; Lie. 
Sept., '65, Ord. April, '66, Pby. of St. Louis; 
S. S. Bellevue Ch., Mo., '66-75; S. S. Cape 
Girardeau Ch., Mo., '75-80; S. S. MizpahCh., 
Mo., '80-86; S. S. 1st Ch., Little Rock, Ark., 
'86-87 and P. '87-95; delegate to 4 Gen. 
Assemblies; Mod. Synods of Missouri and 
Arkansas. 

BARRON, L. W., San Antonio, Texas. 

BARTLETT, W. F. V., Lexington, Kv. 
—Born, Portland, Me.; Yale C, B. A. and 
M. A.; Central U., Ky., D. D.; Un. T. S., 
N. v., 1859; Ord. '62, Pby. of Mississippi; 
S. S. Prytania St. Ch., New Orleans, La., 
during Civil War; trav. in Europe, '66; Prof. 
Oakland C, Miss., and preaching in Chs. in 
that vicinity to '74; P. 1st Pbn, Ch. '7-4—. 

BASCOM, Frank D.— Rec. from North- 
ern Ch. into Lafayette Pby. 

BATTE, Junius Marcus, Orrwood, 
Miss.—^oxn, Panola Co., Miss.; Stud. S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn.; Louisville Pbn. T. S.; Lie 
April, 1895, Ord. April, '96, Pby. of North 
Mississippi; S. S. Sand Spring (Orrwood), 
Charleston, Graysport, New Hope and 
Springport, Miss., '95 — ; P. E. Charleston, 
Miss. ; over 200 additions to Chs. in 2 yrs. 

BEALL, Wisel, La Belle, y)/o.— Born, 
Cumberland City, Md.. Dec, 1849; H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., and Harper's Sch. of Hebrew, 
'95; Un. T. S., Va., '80; Lie. '80, Pby. of 
Winchester; Ord. '82, Pbv. of Potosi; S. S. 
Union City, Tenn., '80;' S. S. Dyersburg, 
Tenn., '80; S. S. Apple Creek and Brazeau, 
Mo., '81-85; S. S. New Madrid and Clark- 
ton, Mo., '85-87; S. S. Clarkton and Ken- 
nett. Mo., '87-89; S. S. Louisiana, Bowling 
Green, Mo., '89-90; S. S. Jackson and Oak- 
ridge, Mo., '90-94; S. S. La Belle, Zion Hill 
and Newark, Mo., '95 — . 

BEALL, B. L., Greensboro, N. C. — 
Athens C, Ga.; Col. T. S., S. C; Lie 1850, 
Pby. of Orange; Ord. Oct. 4, '51, Pby. of 
Concord; P. in Concord Pby. '51-58; P. 
Bethel Pby., S. C, '58-62; P. in Concord 
Pby. '78-79; P. in Texas, 1 yr.; Memb. Pby. 
of Concord — . 

BEAN, Wm. Smith, Clinton, S. C— 
Born, Augusta, Ga., March 18, 1849; U. Ga., 



B. A., '69, M. A., '79; Dav. C, N. C, D. D 
'93; Col. T. S., S. C, '72; Stud. Prin. U., 
'69-70, and Leipzic, Germany, '78-79; Lie. 
April, '72, Ord. June, '73, Pby. of Augusta; 
P. Washington and Lexington, Ga., '72-73- 
P. Florence, S. C, '84-87; P. Mt. Zion Pby! 
of Harmony, S. C, '87-93; S. S. Rocky 
Springs, Pby. of Enoree, S. C, '93—, and S. 
S. Duncan's Creek, Pby. of Harmony, S. C, 
'94 — ; Prin. Girls High Sch., Augusta, Ga., 
'80-84; author, several Review articles; Ed. 
"Southern Presbyterian," '93 — . 

BEAR, James Edwin, Care of So. Pbn. 
Mission, Chinkiang, China. — Born, Church- 
ville, Va.; W. and L. U., Va., B. A.; Un. T. 
S., Va., 1886; Lie May 8, '86, Ord. Nov. 21, 
'86, Pby. of Lexington; P. Glenville, W. Va., 
86-87; S. S. Burnt House, W. Va., '86-87; 
My. to China, April 12, '87—. 

BEATTI, Francis Robert, 1872 Brook 
St., Louisville, Kv. — Born, Guelph, Ont., 
Canada; Toronto U., B. A., 1875, M. A., '76; 
Knox C, Toronto, B. D., '82; 111. Wesl. U., 
Ph. D., '84; Pbn. C, Montreal, D. D., '87; 
Knox Pbn. T. S., '78; Lie and Ord. Nov. 
11, '78, Pby. of Peterboro, Canada; P. Balti- 
more and Cold Springs, Can., '78-82; P. 1st 
Pbn. Ch., Brantford, Can., '82-83; Prof, of 
Apologetics and the Relation of Science and 
Revelation, Columbia Sem,, S. C, '88-93; 
Prof. Systematic Theology and Apologetics, 
Louisville Presbyterian Theo. Sem., '93 — ; 
also Co-Editor of the "Christian Observer," 
Louisville, Ky.; author, "Utilitarianism," 
'84; "Methods of Theism," '94 (Sutheriand 
& Co., $1); "Radical Criticism," '94 (F. H. 
Reoell, $1.50); "The Presbyterian Standard, " 
'96 (Pbn. Com. of Publication, Richmond, 
Va., $2); Ed. "Westminster Memorial Ad- 
dresses, '97 (Pbn. Com. of Pub., $1.50); 
Mem. Ex. of the Alliance of the Reformed 
Chs.; Del. to Council at Toronto, '92. 

BEATTIE, Robert Jackson, Tusctim- 
bia, Ala. — Born, Essa, Ont., Canada; Knox 
Co., Toronto, 1871; Prin. T. S., '74; Ord. 
April, '75, Pby. of Troy; P. Fort Edward, N. 
Y., '75-77; P. Port Hope, Ont., '77-83; P. 
Guelph, Ont., '83-95; P. Tuscumbia, Ala., 
'95—. 

BEATTIE, Wm. E., Birmingham, Ala. 
Born, near Guelph, Ont., Canada; Me G. C, 
Montreal, Can.; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., 1895; 
Lie Oct., '95, Pby. of Louisville; Ord. April, 
'96, Pby. of Nashville; M., S. C, '93; S. S. 
Hebron and Beulah Chs., near Louisville, 
Ky., '94; S. S. 3d Ch., Knoxville, Tenn,, '95; 
P.' Adams Pbn. Ch., Nashville, Tenn., Dee, 
'95-97; P. E. Woodlawn Ch., Birmingham, 
Ala., '98—. 

BEDINGER, Benjamin Franklin, Tal- 
ladega, Ala. — Born, Boone Co., Ky.;H.-S. 

C, Va., B. A., 1875; Stud. Un. T. S., Va.; 
Lie May, '83, Pby. of Louisville; Ord. Mar. 
5, '85, Pby. of Paducah; P. Fulton, Ky., '85- 
86; P. 3d Church., Louisville, Ky., '86-89; 
Ev. Pby. of North Ala., 1 yr.; S. S. and Ev. 
Guntersville, Ala., '90-95; Sup 't Home Mis- 
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BEDINGER, Everett Wade, Anchor- 
age, Jefferson Co., k'y. — Born, Kenton Co., 
Sept. 8, 1880; Yale C, B. A., '51; Kings C, 
Tenn., D. D., '88; Stud. Dan. T. S., Ky., 
•68-55); Lie. April, '58, Ord. April, '59, Phy. 
of Ebenezer; P. Richwood and Burlington 
Chs,, Boone Co., Ky., '59; P. Paris Ch., 
Bourbon Co., Ky., '59-()l; S. S. Richwood, 
Ky.. '()l-(i2; S. S. Madison C. H., Va., '(i:^- 
64; P. Gordonsville antl Orange C. H., Va., 
'(>i-()5; S. S. Charlestown, Jefferson Co., W. 
Va., '<)5-0(); P. Shepherdstown, W. Va., '()7- 
69; P. P'lorence and Richwood, Ky., '70-78; 
P. Anchorage, Ky., '79-89; Chairman Evan- 
gelistic Committee, '89-95. 

BEDINGER, Wm. L., McHenry, Ky. 
— Born, Boone Co., Ky.; Central U., Ky., B. 
A., 1877; Un. T. S., Va., '88; Ord. Dec, '88, 
Pby, of Louisville. 

BELK, George Washington, Chatham, 
Va.—'&orw, Walkersville, N. C, Sept. 80, 
1859; Ruth C, N. C, B. A., '84; Un. T. S., 
Va., '89; Ord. May 17, '89, Pby. of Mecklen- 
burg; P. Anuty and " Robinson " Chs., Char- 
lotte, N. C, '89-90; P. Chatham Ch., Va., 
'91 — , also S. S. Spring Garden, Weal and 
Harper Creek Chs. , Va. 

BELL, Eugene, Seoul, Korea, Asia. 
—Born, Scott's Station, Ky.; Central U., 
Ky., B. A., 1891; Lv. Pbn. U., Ky., '94; My. 
to Corea, '95 — . 

BENJAMIN, Edward Walmsley, 216 N. 

Madison Street, Vicksburg, Miss. — Born, San 
Salvador, Central America; Stillman's Inst., 
T. S., 1895; Lie. Oct. 12, '95, Pby. of New 
Orleans; Ord. Sept. 19, '96, Pby. of Ethel; 
P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Vick.sburg, Miss., Oct. 30, 
'95 — ; Chainnan St. Sab. Sch. Ex. Com. of 
Ethel Pby. since '95; Temp. Clk. two meet- 
ings Pby. of Ethel and Mod. of same Pby., 
'97. 

BENN, Robert Lee, Wartrace, Tenn. 
—Born, IMillwood, Va.; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
Ph. B.. 1895; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.; 
Lie. July 8, '96, Pby. of Nashville; S. S. 
Bethsalem, Tenn., '96 — . 

BERRYHILL, Charles Zenas, La Fay- 
ette, Ca.— Born, Mecklenburg Co., N. C; S. 
\V. Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A., 1894; Div. Sch. S. 
W. Pbn, Tenn., B. D., '94; Lie Pby. of West- 
ern District; Ord., '94, Pby. of Cherokee; S. 
S. Chicamauga, (Tunnel Hill), La Fayette 
and Blue Spring Chs., Ga., '95-—. 

BIGGER, Eber Elam, Corsicana, Tex. 
—Born, Pontotoc Co., ISIiss., Nov. 15, 1848; U. 
of Miss., '75; Un. T. S., Va., Prin. T. S., 
'78; Ord. Ev., April 11, '79, Pby. of North 
.Missi.ssippi; S. S. Bvhalia, Mi.ss, '78-80; S. S. 
'Alabama St. Ch., Memphis, Tenn., '80-81; S. 
S. Salem and Walnut Hill, Ky., '81, and P. 
of same, '82-85; P. Augusta and Sharon, Ky., 
'85-91; P. Washington, N. C, '91—; P. Cor- 
sicana, Tex. — . 

BINGHAM, Eugene Cyrus, Marianna, 
Ark. — Born, Hamp.shire, Tenn.; Stud. S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn.; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn., Tenn., 
1898; Lie. May 1, '98, Pby. of Columbia; Ord. 



Sept. 80, '98, Pby. of Arkansas; P. Marianna, 
Ark., June 9, '98—. 

BINGHAM, Wm. Boy&Jaynesville, Miss. 
— Born, Sumter Co., Ala.; Og. U., Ga., B. A., 
1859; Stud, under Dr. J. L. Girardeau and 
Rev. S. J. Bingham; Lie. April, '66, Ord. 
Nov., '67, Pby. of Tuscaloosa; S. S. Living- 
ston and Bethel Chs., Sumter Co., Ala., '6(i; 
P. Ebenezer and Newhope, Greene Co., Ala., 
'67-70; S. S. Goodhope und Loundesboro, 
Ala., '71; S. S. Raymond and Edwards, Hinds 
Co., Miss., '72; P. Raymond, Miss, '78-75; S. 
S. Dry Creek, Clinton and Lebanon, Hinds 
Co., Miss., '78-75; P. Hazlehurst, Miss;, '75- 
87; S. S. Brookhaven, Miss., '77-86; S. S. 
Wesson, '86; S. S. Eavette, Red Lick and 
Providence, Miss,, '90-98; S. S. Rodnev, Red 
Lick and Bethel, Miss., '93-97; S. S. Calvary, 
Olivet, Dry Creek and Hopewell, Miss., Dec, 
'97—; First Lieut, C. S. A. 4 yrs. 

BISHOP, Samuel Edwards, Workman, 
S. C— Born, Yorkville, S. C; Dav. C, N. 
C, B. A., 1877; Col. T. S., S. C, '80; Lie. 
April, '80, Ord. Dec, '85, Pby of Harmony; 
S. S. Conway and Bucksville, S. C, '80-81; 
S. S. Antioch, Greers, Woodruff, S. C, '81- 
82; S. S. Midway, Brewington, Bethel, S. 
C, '82-84; P. Midway and Bethel, S. C, 
'85-90; S. S. Pisgah, Jefferson and Chester- 
field, S. C, '91-94; P. Midway and Bethel, 
S. S., '95—. 

BISHOP, Wm. Frost, Liberty, Mo. 
—Born, Oct. 2, 1852; H.-S. C, Va., M. A.; Gr. 
U. of Edinburgh and U. of Jena and Free Ch. 
T. S., Edinburgh, U. T. S. Va.; Lie. April, 
'77, Ord. May 80, '77, Pby. of East Hanover; 
P. Ashland and 2 jts. Prof, in Ashland Insti- 
tute, '77-83; P. Central Ch., Kansas City, 
Mo, '88-84;— P. Liberty, ]\Io.— ; Author, 
Twelve Sermons in " Southern Pulpit." 

BITTINGER, John Baugher, jRich Val- 
ley, Va. — Born, Monroe Co., W. Va.; H.-S, 
C, Va., B. A., 1888; Prin. T. S., '87; Lie '87, 
Pby. of Greenbrier; Ord. June 3, '88, Pby of 
Lexington; P. Tj-garts Valley and Mingo, 
Va., '88-96; P. Rich Vallev, Salt\'ille and 
Seven Mile Ford, Va., '96—.' 

BITTINGER, Michael Henry, Cree7i- 
ville, W. Va. — Born, Georgetown, D. C- 
Prin. U., B. A., 1849; M. A., '52; Prin. T. S.; 
'49; Lie. April 28, '52, Pby. of New Brans, 
wick; Ord. May 10, '5(5, Pby. of Greenbrier; 
S. S. Pearsburg, Va., '53-55; P. Centreville, 
Va. (now W. Va, ), July, '55; Tea. at Lew- 
isville, Va., '52-68; Tea. at Springfield, Va., 
'()8-64; Tea. at Centreville, Va., 72-73; Co. 
Supt. of Sehs., Monroe Co., W. Va., '74-75. 

BITZER, George Leese, Leesbrng, Va. 
—Born, Clarke Co., Va., Dee. 21, 1860; W. 
and L. U., Va.,— in two Schs.,— '82; Un. T. 
S., Va., '84; Lie Sept. 10, '84, Pby. of Win- 
chester; Ord. Oct. 9, '85, Pby. of Lexington; 
P. Augusta, Va., '85-89; P. Portland Ave. 
Ch., Louisville, Ky., '89-92; P. Leesburg, 
Va., '92 — ; Tea. Greek and Hebrew in Austin 
Theological Sch., Austin, Tex., '84-85. 

BLACK, James Stedman, F!cd Spriyigs, 
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1, 1847; Acd. Course at Clinton, N. C; Col. 
T. S., S. C, '75; Lie. April 17, '75, Pby. of 
Wilmington; Ord. Nov. 23, '77, Pby. of 
Chickasaw; S. S. New Hope, Baldwin, luka. 
Miss., '77-79; S. S. Burgaw, Keith, Chin- 
quepin and Black River, N. C, '79-84; S. S. 
St. Paul's (Big Rockiish, Lumberton, Sher- 
wood), Summerv'ille, Sardis, Hope Mills and 
Mt. Tabor, N. C, '84-90—; Served in C. S. 
A.; Sup't Pub. Instruction in Pender Co.; 
Chairman Board of Education, Robeson Co., 
N. C; Mem. Com. of Ch. and Christian Ed- 
ucation, Pby. of Fayetteville; Mod. of Pby. 
of Fayetteville. 

BLACK, Maleom, Sylvania, Ai'k.—^orn, 
Shelby, Texas, Dec. 10, 1854; Stud. A. and 
M. C:, Tex., '77-80; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 
'81-83; Gr. Col. T. S., S. C, '84; Uc June 
25, '84, Ord. Oct. 22, '84, Pby. of Central 
Texas; P. Marlin Group, Marlin, Tex., '84- 
85; Hamilton Group, Hamilton, Tex., '85- 
88; Colporteur and S. S. M., Synod of Texas, 
'88-89; Financial Agt. Austin Sch. of Theol- 
og>', Austin, Tex., '89-90; P. Graham Ch., 
Graham, Tex., '90-91; Prin. Sch., Shive, 
Tex., '92; P. Lynnville and Mem. Chs., 
Lynnville, Tenn., '92-95; P. Sylvania and 
Des Arc Chs., Sylvania, Ark. '95-9(5; P. Syl- 
vania and Des Arc Chs., Sylvania, Ark., 
•96—. 

BLACK, Wm., 3Ionroe, N. C— Born, 
Maxton, N. C. ; Stud. Tuscaloosa Acd., N. 
C; Gr. Dick and Dillon's Law Sch.; Prac- 
ticed Law '81-93; Lie Jan. 17, '93, Pby. of 
Fayetteville; Ord. as Ev. May 9, '93, Pby. of 
Mecklenburg; Ev. Union and Anson Cos., 
N. C, '93-94; Sup't Svnodical Missions in 
N. C, '94-97; Gen. Ev.'Syn. of N. C, '97—. 

' BLACKBURN, Geo. A., Columbia, S. 
C— Born, Green Co., Tenn.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., 1883; Col. T. S., Va., '8B; Lie. Dec, 
'85, Pby. of North Alabama; Ord. Oct., '86, 
Pby. of Bethel; P. Olivet Ch., York Co., S. 
C, '86-87; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Columbia, S. C, 
'87—; Pbn. High School, Columbia, S. C, 
established during pastorate. 

BLAIN, Daniel, Covesville, Fa.— Born, 
Cumberland Co., Va.; W. and L. U., Va., B. 
A. and D. D.; Un. T. S., Va., 1866; Lie 
Sept., '66, Ord. '67, Pby. of Lexington; P. 
Collierstown, Va., '66-71; P. Christiansburg, 
Va., '77-88; S. S. Williamsburg, Va., '88-89; 
Prin. Kenwood High Sch., Amherst C. H., 
Va., '89-90; S. S. Amherst, Va., '89-94, and 
Tye River Depot, Va., '90-94; Prin. Cove 
Acd., Albemarle Co., Va., '90—, and P. Pbn. 
Ch., Cove, Va., and S. S. Riverside and Lov- 
ingston, Va.,'90 — ; former Ed. "The Southern 
Evangelist;" Orderly Sergeant Staflf of Gen. 
V/m. N. Pendleton, Army of Northern Va. 

BLAIN, J. MepeeP, Kishing, China.— 
Memb. Pby. of East Hanover; My. to China, 
June 6, 1896. 

BLAIR, Calvin Taylop, Decherd, Tenn. 
— Born, Rutherford Co., Tenn.; Lie. April, 
1882, Ord. Sept., '83, Pby. of Nashville; P. 
Stone River, Tenn., and \Voodburv, Tenn., 
'82-86; P. Cripple Creek, Tenn., '82-84; P. 



Decherd, Tenn., '84-86; P. Cottage, Tenn., 
'8()-95; Sup't Monroe Harding Orphanage, 
Tenn., '95-97; Memb. Pby. of Nashville—. 

BLANTON, Lindsay Hughes, Rich- 
inond, A>.— Born, Cumberland Co., Va.; H - 
S. C, Va., B. A., 1863, D. D., '78; Stud. Un. 
T. S., Va., Dan. T. S., Kv,, '57; Lie April, 
'57, Pby. of Louisville; Ord. April, '58, Pby. 
of West Lexington; P. Versailles, Ky., '57- 
61; P. Salem, Va., '61-68; Chap. 54th and 26th 
Va. Reg'ts Confederate Armv, '63-64; P. 
Paris, Ky., '68-80; Chancellor Central U., 
Ky., '80—. 

BOAZ, Edmund C, Angleton, Texas.— 
Memb. Pby. of Brazos; S. S. Brenham, Pros- 
pect, Rosenberg, Tex. — . 

BOGGS, David Chalmeps, Bentonville, 
W;-/^.— Born, Pickens Co., S. C; Og. U., 
Ga., 1854; Col. T. S., S. C, '57; Lie April 
18, '57, Ord. '59, Pby. of South Carolina; S. 
S. Pickens and Bethel, S. C, '58-60; P. Leb- 
anon, S. C, '60-68; S. S. Jacksonford, Ark., 
'()8-73; S. S. Bentonville, Ark., '73—. 

BOGGS, G. W., Helena, Ark.— Born, 
Liberty, S. C, Feb., 1819; Stud, under Rev. 
I. L. Kennedy of S. C. ; Col. T. S., S. C, '45; 
Lie April, '45, Pby. of South Carolina; Ord. 
'46, or in the Spring of '^, Pby. of East Ala- 
bama; P. Hayneville, Layton, Livingston 
and Bethel, Ala., 7 yrs.; P. Washington and 
Augusta, Ga., 2 yrs.; P. Camden, Ala., 7 yrs.; 
P. Valley Creek, Ala., 7 or 8 yrs.; lived at 
Oxford, Ala., 7 yrs.; S. S. some feeble Chs. 
and Ev. S. Ala. Pby. about 27 yrs.; Ev. in 
Texas, '78; Ev. in Miss. 3 yrs.; P. Mason, 
Tenn., 6 yrs.; preaching over 62 yrs. 

BOGGS, Samuel Davies, Catlettsburg, 
A>.— Born, Loundesville, S. C; U. of S. C, 
1869; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, '70-72; Gr. Un. 
T. S., Va., '74; Lie Oct., '72, Pby. of 
Charleston; P. Covington, Tenn., '74-79; P. 
Clinton ville, Ky., '79-85; P. Catlettsburg, 
Ky., '85 — ; Chairman Home Missions of Eb- 
enezer Pby. 8 yrs. 

BOGGS, Wm. Ellison, University of Ga., 
Athens., Ga. — Born, Ahmednugar, Hindo- 
stan; C. of S. C, B. A.;S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
Hon. D. D.; Central U., Ky., LL. D.; CoL 
T. S., S. C; Lie. 1860, Ord. '62, Pby. of Har- 
mony; P. 1st Ch., Columbia, S. C, '66-71; P. 
2d Ch., Memphis, Tenn., '71-79; P. Central 
Ch., Atlanta, Ga., '79-82; Prof. Ch. Hist, 
and Pol., Columbia University, Columbia, S. 
C, '82-85; P. 2d Ch., Memphis, Tenn., '85- 
89; Chancellor and Prof. Mental and Moral 
Science and Logic, University of Georgia, 
'89—. 

BOGGS, Wm. Lawrence, Spartanburg, 
S. C— Born, Liberty, S. C; Prin. T. S., 1887; 
Lie April, '86, Pby. of South Carolina; Ord. 
Oct., '87, Pby. of Harmony; P. Liberty Hill 
and Beaver Creek, S. C, '87-90; P. Center 
Point, Woodruff, Antioch and Mt. Tabor, S. 
C, '90-97; Ev. Pby. of Enoree, '97—. 

BOOKER, James Edward, Snyder P. O., 
Va.—Born, Charlotte Co., Va.; H.-S. C.,Va., 
B. A., 1870; Un. T. S., Va., '78; Lie May, 



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'78, Pby. of West Hanover; Onl. Oct., '78, 
Pby. of Lexington; P. 2d Ch., Staunton, Va., 
8 yrs.; Co-P. 1st Ch., Charleston, Va., 2^ 
yrs.j P. Hebron Ch., Auj^usta Co., Va., '87 — ; 
Chairman of the Conniuttee on ISvangeliza- 
tion, Syn. of Va., '95 — ; Chairman of Com. 
on S. S. Work, Lexington Pby. 

BOOZER, Thomas Fpederiek, Brittain, 
N. 6".— Stud. Dav. C; Stud. Adger C, S. C. 
and Un. T. S., Va., 1880-82; P. Tiller's 
Ferry, S. C. 

BOTELER, Robert Hapley, Louisville, 
A'r.— Born, Elizabeth, Texas, April 7, 1859; 
Stud. Pbn. T. S., Ky.; Prin. T. S., '92-93. 

BOUDE, Henpy Bueknep, Springfield, 
J\/o. — Born, Mason Co., Kv.; Centre C, Ky., 
B. A., 1867; Ark. C, D. U'., '78; Dan. T. S., 
Ky., 'GO; Lie. '59, Pby. of Ebenezer; Ord. 
'(ii, Pby. of Nashville; P. Gallatin, Tenn., 
'<)0-72; P. Columbus, Miss., '72-75; P. Paris, 
Tex., '75-78; President Austin College, Aus- 
tin, Tex., '78-81; P. Central Ch., Kansas 
City, Mo., '81-83; Ev. 1 yr.; P. Richmond 
and Lawson, Mo., '84-88; P. Pleasant Hill, 
Mo., '88-93; P. Springfield, Mo., '93—; Sol- 
dier and Chap. Confederate Anr.y 4 yrs.; a 
daughter, Mrs. J. W. Moore, Missionary in 
Japan. , 

BOURNE, Georg-e T., Acworth, Ga. 
— Born, Rural Home, Va. ; King C, Tenn., 
B. A., 1890; Col. C, S. C, '93; Ord. '93, Pby. 
of Bethel; P. Salem and Mizpah, S. C, '94- 
95 (2>^yrs.); Bethel Springs and Bethesda, 
S. C, '9H, also Pres. Presbyterial HighSch.; 
P. Acworth, Mars Hill and Midway, Ga., 
'96—. 

BOVING, Chaples Bpasee, Lamar, Mo. 
— Born, Harrisoiiville, Mo.; Westm. C, Mo., 
B. A., 1891; M. A., '96; Prin. T. S., '95; Lie 
May 9, '93, Ord. Sept. 12, '93, Pby. of Lafay- 
ette; P. 1st Pbn Ch., Lamar, Mo., '93—; 
Leave of absence for 8 months' Stud, in 
Princeton and Bicycle trip through Europe. 

BOWEN, Littleton Papnell, Monroe, 
La. — Born, near Berlin, Md.; Berlin Acd., 
Md., 1851; Stud. Danville T. S., Ky., '59-61; 
Prin. T. S., '62; Win. C, Mo., D. D., '84; 
Lie. May 9, '61, Ord. May 15, '64, Pby. of 
Lewes ; S. S. Milford, Farmingham and Fel- 
ton, Del., '()4-6(); S. S. Palmyra, Mo., '()6-69, 
Ev. Pby. of Palmyra, '69-71; S. S. Big Creek, 
Mo., '71-76; Ev.,'''7()-78; P. Pitts Creek and 
Rehoboth, Md., '78-80; P. Marshall, Mo., 
'80-5K); Ev. Synod of Missouri, '90-92; Mis- 
sion Work, '92-95; P. Monroe, La., '95—; 
Author, "Old Preacher's Story" (St. Louis 
Pub. Co., $1.50), 1879; "The Days of Ma- 
keniie" (Pbn. Band, $1.75). 

BOWMAN, Richapd Allen, Conyers, Ga. 
— Born, Williamsburg, Va. ; Stud. Sell, of 
Christian Workers, Springfield, Mass.; Ord. 
Oct., 1892.; P. Jacksonville, Ala.; P. 2d and 
3d Chs., Anniston, Ala,; P. Wallace Ch., At- 
lanta, Ga. ; P. Conyers, Lithonia and Hays- 
ton, Ga. — . 

BOYCE, S. C, Wolfsville, N. C— Memb. 
Pby. of Mecklenburg — . 



BOYD, R. W., Barium Springs, N. C. 
— Born, Chester District, S. C. ; Stud. Erskine 
C, S. C, and U. of N. C, 1859-60; Stud. Col. 
T. S., S. C; Ord. May 16, '74, Pby. of Con- 
cord; P. Unity and Third Creek Chs., '74-78; 
P. Unity and Franklin Chs., Pby. of Con- 
cord, '7H-SS; P. Castanea Grove and Unity, 
Mecklenburg Pby., '88-90; Supt. Synod's Or- 
phans" Home, N. C., '91 — . 

BRACKEN, Thomas A., Lebanon, Ky. 
— Born, Washington Co., Pa.; Jeflf. C, Pa., 
B. A., M. A., 1845; D. D., U. Ky., '82; New 
Albany T. S., Ind., '45; Lie, '45, Ord., '48, 
by Pby. of Upper Missouri; S. S. 3d Ch., 
Louisville, Ky., '46; S. S. Cynthiana, Ky., 
'47; P. Prairie and Hopewell, Mo., '48-55; P. 
Independence, Mo., '55-()3; S. S. Nicholas- 
ville, Ky., '64-66; P. Lebanon, Ky., '67-97; 
Author, Co-Editor of '1 ransylvania Pres- 
byterian, 2 yrs. and of Louisville Presby- 
terian, and of a number of pamphlets. 

BRACKETT, Gilbept Robbins, Charles- 
ton, S. C. — Born, Newton, Mass.; Stud. Am- 
herst C, Mass.; Dav. C, D. D., 1877; Col. T. 
S., S. C, '62; Lie, '62, Pbv. of Bethel; Ord. 
May 14, '64, Pby. of Concord; P. Third Creek 
and Unity, Rowan Co., N. C, '64-()8; P. Scion 
Ch., Winnsboro, S. C, '68-71; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., 
Charleston, S. C., '71 — ; Author, "Memorial 
of Rev. Thomas Smyth, D. D.," 1873; Con- 
tributor to Theological Reviews. 

BRADLEY, Henpy Clay, Lebanon, Mo. 
— Born, Lewis Co., Kv. ; Stud. LaneT. S., O., 
1 vr.; Dan. T. S., Ky', 2 vrs; Lie, 1889, Pby. 
of' Peoria; Ord., '90, Pby. of Trinity; S. S. 
Salem, Brunswick, Limestone, 111., '88-JK); P. 
Springtown and Milsap, Tex., '90-91; P. Ca- 
nadian and Mobeetia, Tex., '91-93; P. Pleas- 
ant and Jefferson, Ind., '93-95; 6 mo. in Wi-- 
nona Pby., '95-96; P. Kings, 111., '95-97; P. 
Lebanon, Mo., '97; — In Northern Assembly 
9 yrs. 

BRADLEY, ^o\i^vX,Camden, 5. C— Born, 
Sumter, vS. C; Og. C, Ga., 1856; Col. T. S., 
S. C, '59; Lie and Ord., '59, Pby. of Har- 
mony; P. White Oak and Elm, S. C, '59-67; 
P. Prospect and Back Creek, S. C, '67-70; P. 
Concord and Taylorsville, N. C, '70-73; P. 
Pine Tree and Turkey- Creek, S. C, '73-76; 
P. Pine Tree and Pisgah, S. C., '76 — ; Serv- 
ing different Chs. for short periods during 
past few 3ears. 

BRASHAW, Hapvey Smith, Hillsboro, 
N. C. — Born, Mount Horeb, Tenn.; King C, 
Tenn.. B. A., 1891; Col. T. S., S. C, '94; Lie. 
Sept. 22, '93, Pbv. of Holston; Ord. Sept. 29, 
'94, Pbv. of Orange; S. S. Hillsboro, Little 
River and Fairfield, N. C, '94—. 

BRANNEN, Denton Williams, Milledge- 
ville, (7rt.— Born, Meriwether Co., Ga., Sept. 
25, 1869, Pbn. C, S. C, B. A., '89, M. A., 
'92; Prin. T. S., '92; Lie April, '91, Pby of 
Enoree; Ord. Nov., '92, Pbv. of Augusta; P. 
Pbn. Ch., Milledgeville, Ga., '92—. 

BRANTLY, Edwin Theodope, 1605 Bu- 
ena I'ista Street, A'asliville, Tenn. — Born, 
Brooklvn, Ala; U. of Tenn., 1843, B. A.; Un. 
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New York; Ord. May, '49, Pby. of West Ten- 
nessee; P. Ivewisburg, Tenn., '49; P. Brick 
Church, Giles Co., Tenn., '60; P. Spring 
Creek, Hopewell, Stones River and Cripple 
Creek, Tenn., '51-57; In Wilson and Ruth- 
erford Cos., Tenn.; Greenville, E. Tenn., 
'57-62; P. Spring Creek, Mt. Vernon, Cripple 
Creek and Woodbury, Tenn., '62-74; P. Ed- 
gar Pbn. Ch., Nashville, Tenn. '74-91; P. 
Tullahoma and Decherd, Tenn., '91-93; P. 
Benavi Pbn. Ch., Nashville, Tenn., '93—. 

BRANTLEY, Erskine, Waxahachie, Tex. 
— Born, Brick Church, Tenn.; Stewart C, 
Tenn., B. A., 1873; M. A., '85; Un. T. S., Va., 
'77; Lie. April 1, '77, Pbv. of Nashville; Ord. 

; S. S. of Olivet, S. C; P. Zion, S. C, 

'77-80; S. S. Hall, Stones River and Wood- 
bury, Tenn., '80-82; S. S. Waxahachie, Tex., 
'86-91; P. Decatur, Tex., '92-95; Ev. for Dal- 
las and Ft. Worth Pbys , '95—; Author, Con- 
tributor to Religious and Secular papers; 
Teacher about 6 yrs.; Organized 9 Chs. by 
voluntary labors. 

BREARLEY, H. M., Maxton, N. C. 
—Born, Winnsboro, S. C; U. of N. C, B. 
A., 1855; Col. T. S., S. C. (2 yrs.) '59; Lie. 
April, '60, Ord. Nov., '60. Pby. of Harmonv; 
P. Carolina and Red Bluff, N. C, about 9 
yrs.; Chap, in Army 2 yrs.; S. S. Chs. of 
Great Pee Dee and Little Pee Dee, N. C, 
'70-71; S. S. Floral College, N. C, '72, in 
connection with Kentyro Ch., N. C. ; P. 
Reedy Creek, N. C, about 16 yrs.; P. Ash- 
poli, N. C, 5yrs. ; P. Lynchburg and Beu- 
lah, N. C, 2 yrs., P. Fair Hope, N. C, about 
6 yrs.; S. S. Carolina Ch., Maxton, N. C, 
'95—. 

BRIDGES, James Robertson, Colum- 
bia, Tf/c- Born, St. Louis, Mo.; H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., 1874; Un. T. S., Va., '80; Lie. 
April 23, '80, Pby. of West Hanover; Ord. 
Nov. 17, '81, Pby. West Texas; S. S. Emi- 
nence and Pleasureville, Ky., '80; S. S. Sa- 
lem and Walnut Hill, Kv.. '80-81; Ev. Uval- 
de, Del Rio and Bandera', Tex., '81-83; S. S. 
Mission Chapel Independent Pbn. Ch., Bal- 
timore, Md., '83-85; P. Leesburg, Va., '85- 
89; P. Salem, Va., '89-95; P. Columbia, Mo., 
'95—. 

BRIDEWELL, Charles P., 310 Taylor 
St., Fort Worth, Texas. — Born, Camden, 
Ark.; Ark. C, B. A., 1888; Stud. Un. T. S., 
Va., 2 yrs., and McC. T. S., Chicago, 1 yr.; 
Lie. and. Ord. '91, Pby. of Ouachita; P. Mal- 
vern, Ark., 1 yr.; P. Paris, Texas, 4 yrs.; P. 
1st Ch., Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 10, '96—. 

BRIMM, Daniel Johnson, 1302 Pickens 
St., Columbia, S. C — Born, Atlanta. Ga.; S. 
W. Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A., 1887; Col. T. S., 
S. C, '90; Lie. '90, Ord. '92, Pby. of Charies- 
ton; Tutor Hebrew and Greek, '89-92; Ass't 
Prof. Biblical Literature and Exegesis, '92- 
93; Prof. New Testament Literature and Ex- 
egesis, Columbia T. S., S. C, '93—; Joint 
Editor of "The Religious Outlook," Colum- 
bia, S. C. ; Ord. as a Theological Teacher. 

BRIMM, W. W., Charleston, S. C. 
— Memb. Pby. of Charleston; S. S. Ebene- 
zer, S. C— . 



BRISCOE, J. P., BHstol, 7>««.— Born, 
Washington Co., Va. ; Maryville C, Ky B 

A. (conf.)1869; Stud. Un. T. S., N. Y., 2 
yrs.; S. S. Blountville and New Bethel, 
Tenn., 12 yrs., and Blountville and Arcadia, 
Tenn., 5 yrs., '61-78; P. Walnut Grove, 
Beaver Creek, Va., '78-86; S. S. Bluff City, 
Pleasant Grove, Papewell and Old Concord, 
Tenn., '86-96; Ev. Pby. of Holston, '95—. 

BRITT, Marion Cassius, Sparta, Ga. 
—Born, Pike Co., Ga.; Dav. C, N. C, B. A. 
1874; Col. T. S., S. C, '77; Lie April, '77, 
Ord. Oct., '77, Pby. Atlanta; S. S. 3d Pbn. 
Ch., Atlanta, Ga., '77-78; S. S. Quitman, Ga., 
'78-83; P. Cuthbert, Ga., '84-85; P. Fairview, 
S. C, '85-88; P. Sparta, Ga., '89—. 

BROOKE, Frank J., Harrisburg, Va. 
—Born, Richmond, Va.; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1877; W. and L. U., Va., D. D., '97; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '80; Lie April, '79, Pby. of 
South Alabama; Ord. June 20, '80, Pby. of 
Lexington; P. Philippi, W. Va., and Ev. of 
Lexington Pby. '80-83; P. Central Pbn. Ch., 
Clarksburg, W. Va., '83-91; Ev. of Lexing- 
ton Pby., '91-92; Ev. of the Synod of Vir- 
ginia, '92—; Courier of Staff of Gen. G. W. 
C. Lee, '64-65; engaged in mercantile life at 
Richmond, Va., and Mobile, Ala., '65-72. 

BROOKS, J. W., Sulphur Springs, Texas. 
— Memb. Pby. of Paris—. 

BROWN, Cyrus Givens, Montgomery^ 
W. Fa.— Born, Rockbridge Co., Va.; Un. T. 
S. Va., 1888; Ord. Aug. 30, '88, Pby. of Lex- 
ington; My. to Japan, '88-92; P. Montgom- 
ery, W. Va., '93—. 

BROWN, Edward Doug-las, Kinston, 
N. C— Born, Dixie, N. C; Dav. C, N. C, 

B. A., 1893; Un. T. S., Va., '96; Lie. May 15, 
'95, Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ord. Oct. 11, '96, 
Pby. Albemarle; S- S. Washington, N. C, 
2 mo. '94; Home Mission Wk. Mitchell Co., 
N. C, 3 mo., '95; Ev. in Lenoir, Craven and 
Pitts Cos., N. C, June, '96—. 

BROWN, George Langhorne, Penn 
Laird, I 'a. — Born, Salem, Va.; Roa. C, Va., 
B. A., 1898, M. A., '71; Un. T. S., Va.; Lie 
April 24, '71, Pby. of Montgomery; Ord. Oct. 
5, '72, Pby. of Lexington; S. S. Hunters- 
ville. Oak Grove, Baxter and Liberty, Va., 
'71-72; P. Warm Springs and Windy Cove, 
Va., '72-80; P. Warm Springs and Green- 
wood, Va., '80-86; P. Bridgewater and Mas- 
sannutton, Va., '86-95; P. Massannutton Ch., 
Lexington Pby., Va., '95 — . 

BROWN, Hugh Arbuthnot, Saxe, Va. 
—Born, St. Clairsville, O., Dec. 20, 1819; 
Jeff. C, Pa., B. A., '44; H.-S. C, Va., D. D., 
'89; Stud. Prin. T. S.. 3 yrs.; Lie '43, Pby. 
of New Brunswick; Ord. Apr. 16, '44, Pby. 
of Logans^ort; My. to China, '44-48; S. S. 
Logansport, Ind., '48-49; P. Roanoke, Va., 
'49-53; S. S. 1st Pbn. Ch., Rockford, 111., 
'53-57; S. S. Rough Creek, Va., '82 and Wy- 
liesburg, Va., '86 — and P. Hermon Ch. 
(Saxe, Va.) '57—; S. S. at different times, 
Cub Creek, Va., '70-72; S. S. Lunenburg C. 
H., Va., '81-82; S. S. Providence, Va., '75- 
78, '82-85 and '89-97; author, frequent 



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writer and reporter for religious papers; 
Chill. Home Mission work, Pby. of Ro- 
anoke, '62-87 and S. C. of same Pby. '(J9 — . 

BROWN, Henry Clay, Old Church, Va. 
—Born, Floyd Co., Va.; Stud. W. C, Va., 
and H.-S. C, Va., Un. T. S., Va., 18(>3; Lie 
Oct. (), '(53, Pby. of Montgomery; Ord. Oct., 
'(57, Pbv. of Arkansas; P. Ch. of Macedonia, 
'(5S-70;'Ev. Synod of Memphis, '70; P. Boli- 
var, Tenn., '70-73; S. S. Tuscumbia, Ala., 
'73-74; S. S. Shepherdstown, W. Va., '74- 
75; P. E. P'alling Water and Tuscarora, Va., 
'75-77; S. S. Darnestown, Md., '78-83; S. S. 
Appomattox C. H., Va., '83-84; P. Old 
Church, Va. — . 

BROWN, John, Belle Rive, ///.—Born, 
County Deny, Ireland, 1820; Laf. C, Pa.; 
Wn. t. S., '50; Lie Apr. '59, Pby. of Alle- 
gheny; Ord. '50, Pby. of Beaver; P. Freedom, 
'51-53; P. Concord, Pa., '51-57; P. Pleasant 
Hill. W. Va., '77-79; Memb. Pby. of 
Potosi — . 

BROWN, J. C, Le-cvisbiinr, ]V. Va. 
— W. and L. U., Va., B. A., 1854; P. Chs. in 
Greenbrier and Kanawha Cos.; P. Maiden; 
Chapl. C. S. A.; Memb. Pby. of Greenbrier, 
'97. 

BROWN, James Doug-las Alexander, 

Euta-cV, Ala. — Born, Robeson Co., N. C; 
Og. U., Ga., B. A., 1859; Col. T. S., S. C, 
'62; Lie. April, '62, Ord. '65, Pby. of Har- 
mony; S. S. Marion C. H., and Little Pee 
Dee,'S. C, '62-65; P. Florence, S. C, '65-70; 
P. Orangeburg, S. C, '70-84 (part of this 
time doing Ev. Wk.); S. S. Washington, 
Ga., '85-92; P. Eutaw and New Hope, Ala., 
'92—. 

BROWN, James Montgomery, Fordyce, 
Ark.— ^oxw. Cold Water, Tenn.; Erskine C, 
Ga., B. A., 1856; Ark. Synodical C, D. D., 
'93; Erskine T. S., S. C, '67; Lie '57, Ord. 
'68, Pby. of A. R. P., Tenn.; S. S. Blanche 
and Head Springs, Tenn., '57; S. S. Mt. Oli- 
vet and Flemingsburg, Kv., '68; P. Mt. 
Zion, Ark., '59-90, half tiine; Monticello, 
Ark., '59-61 and '70-83; Hickory Springs, 
Ark., '62; Chap. 29th Regt. Ark. Vol. Iiif., 
'63-()5; Organized and built in Pine Bluff 
Pb}'. the following Chs. : Seline, '60; Branch- 
v-ille, '68; New Bethany, '75; Fordvce, '84; 
Pine Prairie, '88; Goldinan, '89; Bethel, '91; 
Salem, '9(5; Ev. Princeton, Ramsey and War- 
ren, and P. P'ordyce, Ark., since '84 — . 

BROWN, J. W., Baltimore, JA/.— Memb. 
Pljy. of Maryland — . 

BROWN, Robert S., Lymivillc, Tom. 
— Born, Meridianville, Ala.; Stud. Cumb. U., 
Tenn.; Stud. Theo. under Rev. J. P. Gam- 
mon; Ord. July 12, 1884, Pbv. of -..Mecklen- 
burg; Ev. July, '84-85; Co-P. Asso. Ref. Pbn. 
Ch., Baltimore, Md., '85-89; Ev. Pby. of 
Mecklenburg, '89-92; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Bruns- 
wick, Ga., '92-93; P. Mt. Pleasant, Tenn., 
'93-95; P. Lynnville, Tenn., '95—; Founder 
in '94 of a Classical School for boys and 
girls under Columbia Pby., Mount Pleasant. 
Teun. 



BROWN, Rossa Arthur, IVaycross, Ga. 
—Born, Buffalo Foards, N. C; Day. C, N. 
C, B. A., 1892; Stud. Un. T. S., V. A., 2 
yrs.; Lie. April 24, '96, Pbv. of Orange; Ord. 
Oct. 16, '9(5, I'by. of Savannah; S. S. Mad- 
ison and Mt. Airy, N. C, a few mos.; S. S. 
Walthourville and Waycross, Ga., '96; P. 
Waycross, Ga., Oct. 15, '9(3 — . 

BROWN, Wm. Carson, Fancy Hill, N. 

(T.- Born. Carthage, N. C; Day. C, N. C, 
B. A., 1893; Un. t. S., Va., "96; Lie June 2, 
'96, Pby. of Orange; Ord. Dec. 12, '9(5, Pby. 
of Concord; S. S. Front Street, Statesville, 
and P. Concord and New Salem, N. C, 
'9(5—. 

BROWNLEE, N. H., Port Gibson, Miss. 
— Memb. Pby. of Mississippi; P. F^ort Gib- 
son, Miss. — . 

BROWNLEE, James Lawrence, Union 
Springs, Ala. — Born, Due West, S. C, July 
28, 1855; Erskine C, S. C, B. A., and M. A.; 
Erskine T. S., S. C, '77; Col. T. S., S. C, 
'78, P. G. G. Prin. T. S., '80; Lie April, '73, 
Ord. Oct., '88, Pby. of South Carolina; P. 
Williamston, Honea Path and Midway, S. C, 
'80-82; S. S. Brandon and Edwards, Miss., 
'82-83; P. E. Edwards, Raymond and Queens 
Hill, Miss., '82-86; P. E.'lst Pbn. Ch., De- 
catur, Ala., '86-89; P. Union Springs, Ala., 
'89 — ; Author, frequent contributions to Ch. 
papers, and Correspondent to Christian 
Observer and Southzuestera Presbyterian; 
Memb. Com. of H. M., Synod of Ala. and 
Pby. of South Alabama; Director Columbia 
Theological Seminary for 7 yrs, 

BRUCE, William Wallace, Perryville, 
Ky. — Born, Cynthiana, Ky.;Stud. Centre C, 
Ky. (special course); Dan. T. S., Ky., 1889; 
Lie April 17, '89, Ord. April 28, '89, Pby. of 
Transylvania.; H.-S., Perrvville and Hang- 
ing Fork, '89-91. S. S. Hanging Fork, Ky., 
'91—; May, '97; Memb. Pby. of Transyl- 
vania — . 

BRYAN, J, A., Birmingham, Ala.— Born, 
Wilhamsburg, S. C; U. of N. C, B. A., 1S85; 
Prin. T. S., Class of '89; Lie May, '89, Pbv. 
of Enoree; Ord. Aug., '89, Pby. of North Al- 
abama; P. 3d Pbn. Ch., Birmingham, Ala., 
June 1, '89 — . 

BUCHANAN, Wm. C, jVagoya, Japan. 
— Born, Glasgow, Scotland, July 18, 18(55; 
H.-S. C, Va., B. A., '87; B. L., '89; Un. T. 
S., Va., '91; Lie and Ord. Pbv. of East Han- 
over; Ev. Valley of Va., '89-90; S. S. Ar- 
kadelphia, Ark., '91; My. to Japan, Sept., 
'91—. 

BUCHANAN, Walter Mc. S., 'Nagoya, 
Japan. — Memb. Pbv. of East Hanover; My. 
to Japan, Jan. 12, 1891. 

BUCK, Joseph T., 3521 Cozzens Avenue, 
St. Louis, Mo. — Born, Lexington, Miss.; 
Stud, under Drs. Jas. H. Brookes and J. F. 
Cannon; Lie and Ord. 1885, by Baptist Coun- 
cil; P. Mt. Olive Baptist and S. S. Bethany 
(col.) Chs., St. Louis, Mo. — , also M. and 
ICv. 

BUCKNER, A. C, 22 Main Street, Cyn- 
thiana, Ky. — Born, Asheville, N. C, Dav. C, 



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N. C, B. A., 1879; Un. T. S. Class of '82; Lie. 
May, Ord. Dec, '82, Pby. of Mecklenburg; 
P. Wadesboro and Morven, N. C, and Ev. 
of Anson Co., N. C, '82-90; P. Cynthiana, 
Ky., '90 — ; Corns, to Gen. Assembly, Au- 
gusta, Ga., '86; and Gen. Assembly at Mem- 
phis, '96. 

BULL, Griffin Wm., Atlanta, Ga.—Bom, 
Leon Co., Fla.; H.-S. C, Va., 1890; Un. T. 
S., Va., '92,; Lie by Pby. East Hanover; 
Ord. '92, Pby. of Macon; P. Cuthbert, Ga., 
2yrs.; P. Opelika, Ga., 2 yrs.; P. West End 
Ch., Atlanta, Ga.,'96 — ; Author, "French and 
German Language Games " (Author, $1.) 

BURGESS, Thomas Petepson, Madison, 
Ga. — Born, Brewington, S. C, July 14, 1860; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A., '83; Stud. 2 yrs.; Col. 
T. S., S. C; Prin. T. S., '86, Lie April U, 
'85, Pby. of Harmony; Ord. Oct. 17, '86, Pby. 
of Charleston; P. Ebenezer Ch., Charleston, 

5. C, '86-92; S. S. Westminster Ch., Charles- 
ton, S. C, dur. summers of '86-87; Sec. 
"Charleston Ministerial Union," '88-92; P. 
Midway, Salem, Stone Mountain and Lith- 
onia, Ga., '92-95; S. S. Union Point, Craw- 
fordsville, and P. Madisonville, Ga., '95 — , 
and S. S. Bethany, Ga., '97—; Mod. Charles- 
ton Pby., '88; Mod. Atlanta Pby., '94; Mod. 
Augusta Pby., '95; Trustee Dav. C, N. C. 
since '96; Awarded Christian Observer di- 
ploma, '97. 

BURGETT, James Ralston, Mobile, Ala. 
—Born, Olivesburg, O., April 6, 1880; Jeff. 
C, Pa., B; A., '58; Og. C, Ga., D. D., '66; 
Wn. T. S., Pa., '57; Lie '57, Ord. April, '58, 
Pby. of Richland; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., and Pres. 
Female College, Mansfield, O., '57-59; P. 
Government Pbn. Ch., Mobile, Ala., '59—; 
Author, A number of Sermons and Lectures. 

BURNS, E. P.— Born, Jackson Co., Ga.; 
Tuscaloosa Inst., Ala., 1889; Lie and Ord. 
Aug., '89, Pby. of Athens; P. Sardis Ch., Ga., 
'89-96, and Ev. to the Col. race, Pby. of Ath- 
ens; address not known. 

BURWELL, Henry Ward, Fairview, S. 
C— Born, Franklin Co., Va., Nov. 2, 1865; 
Emory C, Ga., B. A., '87; Col. T. S., S. C; 
Lie Sept., '89, Pby. of Augusta; Ord. June 

6, '90, Pby. of St. Johns; S. S. 1st Ch., San- 
ford, Fla., '90-91; P. Fairview, S. C, Dec. 15, 
'91 — ; also S. S. Reedy River, 4 yrs. and 
Lickville, 2 yrs. 

BURWELL, Richard Spotswood, Gal- 
latin, Temi. — Born, Hillsboro, N. C; Dav. 
C, N. C, B. A., 1875; Un. T. S., Va,,'78; 
Lie April 28, '78, Pby. of Orange; Ord. April 
12, '79, Pby. of Dallas; S. S. Princeton and 
Rockport, Mo., '78; S. S. West Fork and 
Denton, Tex. '78-88; P. Graham, Tex., '83- 
84; P. Denton, Tex., '84-86; P. Morrilton, 
Ark., '86-92; P. Gallatin, '92—. 

BUTLER, George Wm., CaixaSj, Recife, 
E. de Pernanibtico, Brazil, S. A. — Born, 
1855; Dav. C, N. C; U. Md., M. D., '80; 
Physician Roanoke, Va., '80-82; Ord. '83; 
Medical My. to Brazil, '83 — . 

BUTTOLPH, David Lyman, Marietta, 
G^a.— Born, Norwich, N. Y.; Wms. C, Mass., 



B. A., 1846; U. Ga., D. D., '79; Col. T. S., S. 

C, '52; Lie '52 Pby. of Charleston; Ord. '54 
Pby. of Georgia; Asst. P. 2d Pbn. Ch., 
Charleston, S. C, '52-54; P. Midway Cong. 
Ch., Liberty Co., Ga., '54-67; P. Marietta, 
Ga., '67-87; S. S. Cohutta, Sardis, Bethel, 
Calhoun, and Villa Rica, Ga., '87-96; health 
failed '96; occasional work. 

BYERS, David Owen, Moss Point, Miss. 
— Born, Washington Co., Va.; KingC, Tenn., 
B. A., 1872, M. A. '82; Col. T. S., S. C, '75; 
Lie June 12, '74, Ord. April 8, '76, Pby. of 
Holston; S. S. Leesburg, Rheatownand Prov- 
idence, Tenn., '74-76; P. Jonesboro and John- 
son City, Tenn., '76-83; Ev. Jeanerette and 
New Iberia, La., '83-86; P. and S. S. Moss 
Point and Handsboro, Miss., '85-88, with Ev. 
work at Ocean Springs, Miss.; P. Moss Point 
and S. S. Scranton, Miss., '87—. 

BYERS, Robert Hamilton, 1102 Bagby 
Street, Houston, Tex. — Born, West Alexan- 
der, Pa.; Stud. Wash. C, Pa., M., 1858; Aus- 
tin C, Tex., D. D., '59; Stud. New Albany 
T. S., Ind., '51-52, and privately ; Lie April, 
'52, Pby. of Madison; Ord. '62, Pby. of East- 
ern, Texas; S. S. Chs. of Jeflferson, Hickory 
Hill, Palestine, Rvisk, Henderson, and Ev. 
for vacant Chs. Pby. of E. Texas,'52-57; S. S. 
1st Ch. Houston, Tex., '57-()0; Financial Agt. 
Austin C, Tex., 1 yr.; S. S. Huntsville, Mos- 
cow, Livingston and Waverly, Tex.; Ev. Pby. 
of Brazos several yrs. , traveling from 800 to 
1000 miles per mo. ; organized 26 Chs. in Pbys. 
of E. Texas and Brazos; S. C. Pby. of Brazos 
several yrs., and S. C. of Synod 10 yrs.; S. S. 
weak Chs. Pby. of Brazos for 16 yrs.; S. S. 
Lubbock Street Ch., Houston, Tex. — . 

BYRD, Samuel Craig, Columbia, S. C. 
—Born, Laurens, S. C; Pbn. C, S. C, B. A. 
1889, M. A. '92; Col. T. S., S. C, '92; Lie 
April 11, '92, Pby. of Enoree; Ord. June 8, 
'94, Pby. of New Orleans; Asst. P. 1st ^Ch., 
New Orleans, La., '93-94; S. S. Lafayette Ch., 
New Orleans, La., April 1 to June 8, '94; P. 
Lafayette Ch., New Orleans, La., '94-97; 
Managing Ed. of the Presbyterian Quar- 
terly and the' Religious Outlook, 



CALDWELL, Andrew H., Senatobia, 
7I/W5.— Born, Mecklenburg, N. C, Nov. 
20, 1814; Ohio U., O.; Un. T. S., Va.. 
'38; Lie March, '39, Pby. of Concord; Ord. 
Oct. 10, '40, Pby. of Bethel; P. Bethesda, 
40-46; S. S. '47, and P. Philadelphia, Chick- 
asaw Pby, '48-54; S. S. Lamar and Hudson- 
ville, '55-59; Agent, '60-68; S. S. Sardis, 
Panalia, Bethesda, Mount Paran, N. Miss. 
Pby., '63-83—; Memb. Pby. of North Miss- 
issippi — . 

CALDWELL, Alfred Shorter, Oxford, 
yV C— Born, Rome, Ga.; Stud, privately; 
Div. .Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 1891-92; Lie 
April, '91, Ord. April '92, Pby. of Muhlen- 
burg; S. S. Franklin, Scotsville, and Elkton, 
Ky '91-93; P. Sanford, Fla., '93-94; S. S. 
Gainsville, Fla., '94-95; P. Bartow, Fla., '95- 
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CALDWELL, Charles Turnep, Green- 
ville, Tex. — Born, Bonhain, Tex., Aug. 7; 
1866; S. W. Pbii. U., Tenn., B. A. ami B. D., 
'94; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '94; Lie. 
April 21, '94, Pby. of Murfreesboro; Ord. 
Jan. 12, '95, Pby. of Paris. P. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Greenville, Tex., Jan. 12, '95 — . 

CALDWELL, John Livy, Pine Bluff, 
Wr/t.— Bom, Rome, Ga.; Prin. U., B. A., 
1870; Central U., Ky., D. D., '86; Ogden C, 
Ky., D. D., '86; Un. T. S., Va., '71-73; Prin. 
T. S., '74; Lie. April, '73, Pby. of Cherokee; 
Ord. '75, Pby. of Lafayette; S. S. Independ- 
ence, Mo., '74-75; S. S. Pleasant Hill and 
Liberty, Mo., '75-76; P. 1st Ch., Bowling 
Green,' Ky., '76-92; Co.-P. 1st Ch., New Or- 
leans, La., '92-93; P. 1st Ch., Pine BluflF, 
Ark., '93—. 

CALDWELL, John Williamson, Jr., 

i-^iS Henry Clay Ave., Neiu Orleans, La. 
— Born, New Orleans, La.; Tulane LT., La., 

B. A., 1892; Un. T. S., Va., '96; Lie. June 
19, '96, Ord. June 28, '96, Pby. of New Or- 
leans; P. Carrollton Pbn. Ch., New Orleans, 
La., '96—. 

CALDWELL, Olivep Benjamin, Gra- 
ham, Tex. — Born, New Market, Tenn., Oct. 
16, 1838; Stud. Ms. C, Tenn., '56; Holston 

C, '58; Stud, under Prof. J. O. Sullivan and 
Rev. W. E. Caldwell; Lie. April, '61, Pby. 
of Western District; Ord. Sept. 6, '64, at 
Bristol, Tenn; Chap. Confederate Army, '62- 
66; S. S. Cornersville and Elk Ridge, Tenn., 
'66-67; Rock Creek or Bethberei, Tenn., '68- 
69; Dyersburg and adjacent points, Tenn., 
forSyrs; H. My. La Grange, Tex., '75; P. 
Chs. at La Grange and Giddings, San Marcos 
and Lancaster, Tex., 23 yrs; also S. S. of 
numerous other Chs., as Milford, Ennis, 
Navasota, and Hempstead; P. Graham, Tex., 
'97—. 

CALDWELL, Richard Milton, Dumore, 
IV. Va. — Born, Nicholas Co., Kv.; Central 
U., Ky., 1893; Pbn. T. S., Ky', '96; Lie 
June 4, '95, Pby. of Ebenezer; Ord. Oct. 18, 
'96, Pby. of Greenbrier; S. S. Liberty, Bax- 
ter, Driftwood, and Frost, W. Va., June, '96; 
S. S. Baxter, Driftwood, and Big Spring, W. 
Va., (Big Spring since Nov., '96) and P. 
Liberty, W. Va., Oct. 18, '96—. 

CALDWELL, Robert Ernest, Winston, 
N. C— Born, Grcen.sboro, N. C; U. N. C, 
1878; Un. T. S., Va.; Lie. April, '84, Pby. of 
Orange; Ord. Dec, '84, Pby. of Louisville; 
P. South Frankfort, Ky.,- '84-88; P. High- 
land Ch., Louisville, Ky., '88 92; Ev. F:. for 
the Synod of Kentucky, '92; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Winston, N. C, '93—. 

CALDWELL, Samuel Craighead, Haz- 
lehursl. Miss. — Born, Marshall Co., Miss.; 
U. of Miss., B. A., 1872; Prin. T. S., '76; S. 
W. Pbn. U.. D. D., '96; Lie. June, '76, Pby. 
of North Mississippi; Ord. May, '77, Pby. of 
Western District; P. Denmark, Tenn., '76- 
82; P. Lauderdale Street Ch., Memphis, 
Tejin., '82-88; P. Hazlehurst, Mi.'^s., '88—; 
S. C. Synod of Memphis, '87-88; S. C. Pby. 
of Miss., '88—; Sec. and Treas. Com. H. 



Missions for Syno<l of Miss., '93 — ; Traveled 
in Egypt, Palestine, and Europe, '96. 

CALDWELL, Samuel Craighead, Hen- 
dersonville, N. C. — Born, Rome, Ga., Sept. 
17, 1846; Prin. U., B. A., '63, M. A., '71, Ph. 
D., '84; Lie. April 9, '91, Pby. of Savannah; 
Ord. Nov. 8, "91, Pby. of Florida; Prof. Nat. 
Science, Rome Female College, Rome, Ga., 
'71-85; Vice-Pres. and acting Pres. Rome 
Female College, '85-90; P. Tallahassee, Fla., 
'91-97; P. Hendersonville, N. C, Nov. '97—. 

CALDWELL, Wm. James, Tyler, Tex. 
—Born, Winston Co., Miss.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., B. A., 1892; M. A. and B. D., '94; 
Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '94; Lie. 
April, '94, Ord. Nov. 9, '94, Pby. of Central 
Mississippi; P. Greenwood, Tex., '94-96; P. 
Tyler, Tex., '96—. 

CAMPBELL, Charles Newton, Charles- 
toivn, W. Va. — Born, New Hampshire, July 
10, 1827; Un. T. S., Va., '52; Lie April 22, 
'54, Pby. of Winchester; Ord. April 22, '69, 
Pby. of Chesapeake; P. Lovettsville and 
Poolsville, '69-81 (also teacher); Teacher 
Chariestown, W. Va., '82—. 

CAMPBELL, Henry Clay Van Meter, 

Salem, Va. — Born, Girardstown, W. Va.; 
Stud. H.-S. C. Va.. 1883-85; Un. T. S., Va.. 
'88; Lie. May 17 and Ord. May 18, '88, Pby. 
of Winchester; P. Harpers Ferry, W. Va., 
and Berkely Springs, W. Va., '88-93; P. 
Berkely Springs, W. Va., '98-96; P. Salem, 
Va., July 1, '96—. * 

CAMPBELL, Isaac N., Marshall P. O., 
Va. — Born, Augusta Co., Va.; W. and L. U., 
Va., 1874; Lie April, '77, Pb}'. of Lexington; 
Ord. Sept., '77, Pby. of West Hano^;er; P. 
Appomattox C. H'., Va., '77-78; P. Chs. 
Shemariah and L^nion, Va., '78-82; P. Stras- 
burg, Va., '82-84; P. Rutherfordton and Lit- 
tle Brittain, N. C, '84-88; P. Unitv and 
Franklin, N. C, '88-90; P. Patterson's Creek, 
W. Va., '91-93; P. Marshall, Delaplane and 
Aldie, Va., Feb., '93—. 

CAMPBELL, N. B., Yanceyville, N. C. 
— Memb. Pby. of Orange — . 

CAMBPELL, Robert Fishburne, Ashe- 
ville, N. C. — Born, Lexint^on, Va.; W. and 
L. U., Va., B. A., M. A., "l879; Day. C, N. 
C, D. D., '93; Un. T. S., Va., '85; Lie. '84, 
Ord. '86, Pby. of Lexington; P. Millboroand 
Windy Cove, Va., '85-89; P. David.son Col- 
lege Ch., N. C, '89-!>0; P. Buena Vista, Va., 
'90-92; P. Asheville, N. C, '92-97—; Trustee 
Un. Theo. Sem., Va., '93 — . 

CAMPBELL, Robert Lee, 3S2J 5th St., 
Meridian, Miss. — Born, Jasper Co., Miss.; 
French Camp, Miss, and S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn.; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 1896; 
Lie. '95, Ord. July 8, '9(5; S. S. Toomsuba, 
Miss., 8mo.;S. S.' 2d Ch. Meridian, Miss., 
and Ivllisville, Miss. — . 

CAMPBELL, Samuel Blair, Lancaster, 
Texas. — Born, Timber Ridge, Va.; W. and 
L. U., Va., B. A. and M. A., 1850; King C, 
Tenn., D. D., '80; Un. T. S., Va., '54; Lie 
Apr. 54, Pby. of Lexington; Ord. Oct. '55, 
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ley, Va., '54-58; P. Rogersville, Tenn., '68- 
61; S. S. Several Chs. during the War; P. 
Leesburg, Rheatown and Providence, E. 
Tenn., '65-71; Ev. 1 yr.; P. Tazewell, Tenn., 
Cumberland Gap, Tenn., and Mt. Carniel, 
Va., '72-86; Pres. Cumberland College, Va., 
'75-86; P. Honey Grove and Clarksville, Tex., 
'86-87; P. Lancaster, Tex., '87-91; P. Qua- 
nah and Childress, Tex., '91-93; P. Lancas- 
ter, Tex., '93 — ; author, "Address on the 
Sabbath" (Southern General Assembly, on 
sale by order of same); Inaugural Address 
and Newspaper articles. 

CAMPBELL, Wm. Cpeighton, Roanoke, 
Va. — Born, Gerardstown, W. Va., Dec. 6, 
1860; H.-S. C, Va., '76, D. D., '92; Un. T. 
S., Va., '79; Lie April 26, '78, Ord. April 24, 
'80, Pby. of Winchester; S. S. and then P. 
E. Harper's Ferry, W. Va., '79-81; P. Roa- 
noke, Va., '81 — ; author, "The Busy Pastor's 
Work" (Stone Pub. & Mfg. Co., Roanoke, 
Va., $1). 

CAMPBELL, Wm. Speneep, 629 E. 

Broad St., Richmond, l\j. — Born, Powhatan 
Co., Va., Feb. 5, 1859; W. and L. U., Va., 

B. A. and B. S. '83; Un. T. S., Va., '86; Lie 
May 7, '86, Ord. Oct. 22, '86; P. Gloucester 
and Severn, Va., '86-88; P. Mizpah, Va., 
'87-90; P. Milton, N. C, '91-96; Sec. and 
Gen. Agt. of Bible Society of Virginia, April 
1, '96—. 

CANNON, John Franklin, St. Louis, 
Mo.— Born, Cabarras Co., N. C; Dav. C, N. 

C, B. A., 1869; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., D. D., 
'88; Un. T. S., Va., '73; Lie. May 20, '73, 
Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ord. Oct. 29' '73, Pby. 
of Chesapeake; P. Leesburg, Va., '73-81; P. 
Shelbyville, Tenn.. '81-88; P. Grand Ave. 
Pbn. Ch., St. Louis, Mo., Nov. '88—. 

CAROTHERS, J. C, Grenada, Miss. 
— Memb. Pby. of North Mississippi; P. Gre- 
nada, Miss. — . 

CARR, Archibald Fairly, 929 McCul- 
loh St., Baltimore, Rid. — Born, Covington 
Co., Miss.; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A., 
1894, M. A., '96; Div. Sch., S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., '96; Lie. June, '95, Pby. of Missis- 
sippi; S. S. Franklin St. Ch., Baltimore, Md., 
'96-97, and A. P. '97—. 

CARR, W. E., Ethel, i)/z5.f.— Memb. Pby. 
of Ethel. 

CARRINGTON, Alexander Broad- 
nax, Greenwich P. O., Va. — Born, Char- 
lotte Co., Va.; Stud. U. Va.; W. and L., Va., 
(Law) 1854; Un. T. S., Va., '60; Lie April, 
'60, Pby. of Roanoke; Ord. '61, Pby. of 
Montgomery; S. S. Abingdon Mission, '60- 
61; Soldier and Chap. Confed. Army, '61-65; 
P. Hat Creek, Va., 16yrs.; P. Berryville, Va., 
3 yrs.; P. Greenwich, Va., 12 yrs. 

CARSON, Charles Clifton, Fleming- 
ton, Ga. — Born, Rogersville, Tenn., 1870; 
Sweetwater C, Tenn., B. A., '89; Aub. T. S., 
N. Y., '92; Lie. Sept. '92, Pby. of Holston; 
Ord. Nov., '92, Pby. of Savannah; P. Flem- 
ington and Blackshear, Ga., Oct., '92 — ; 
Mod. Pby. Savannah, '94; Corns, to Gen. 
Assembly, Nashville, Tenn., '94; Trustee 



Dav. C, N. C; Permanent Clerk of Savan- 
nah Pby.; Flemington Ch., the daughter of 
"Old Midway," has given more than fifty 
sons to the Ministry. 

CARSON, James Campbell, Bloimt- 
ville, Tenn. — Born, Washington Co., Va., 
June 2, 1842; Stud. H.-S. C, Va.; Un. T. S., 
Va., 2 yrs.; Lie. June 11, '72, Ord. April, '73, 
Pby. of Abingdon; S. S. Rock Spring, Va., 
'72-75; Ev. Pby. of Abingdon, '75-84; P. 
Lebanon, Va., '84-90; P. Blountville, Tenn., 
'90 — ; Organized several Chs.; served in the 
Confed. Army; two sons in the ministry. 

CARSON, Wm. Walter, Zack, Va. 
— Born, Charlotte Co., Va.; King C, Tenn., 
B. A., 1884; Un. T. S., Va., '84-87; Lie '87, 
Ord. '88, Pby. of Roanoke; S. S. Buffalo, 
Va., '87-88; S. S. Bethlehem, Va., '87-88; P. 
Bethlehem, Va., '88-93; S. S. Concord, Va., 
'88-93; P. Milden, Va., '93-96; S. S. Camp- 
bell Memorial, '93-94; P. E. Walkers Creek, 
Va., '9(5 — ; engaged for 10 yrs. in educa- 
tional in connection with pastoral work. 

CARTER, R. W., Chambersville, Va. 
— Menib. Pby. of Winchester; P. Round Hill, 
Va.— . 

CARTER, Wm. Arthur, Columbus, Ga. 
—Born, Mobile, Ala.; Og. U., Ga.; U. Va., 
Col. T. S., S. C; Ord. 1861, Pby. of South 
Alabama; P. Government St.- Ch., Mobile, 
Ala., '65; P. Pbn. Ch., Pensacola, Fla., '66- 
81; P. Columbus, Ga., Jan. '81—. 

CARTLEDGE, Graves Harrison, Bold 
Spring, Ga. — Born, Madison, Ga., Feb. 15, 
1820; Og. U., Ga., B. A. and M. A.; Col. T. 
S., S. C, '46; Lie '46, Ord. 48, Pby. of 
Hopewell, now Athens; Tea. and P. Lexing- 
ton, Ga., '47-48; S. S. New Hope, now PaoH, 
Ga., 3 yrs., adding the Chs. of Hebron and 
Homer the last year; P. Hebron and Homer, 
Ga., '52—. 

CARTLEDGE, J. L., Ila, Ca.— Born, 
Madison Co., Ga.; Lie April, 1883; Ord. 
Sept., '85, Pby. of Athens; S. S. Bethaven, 
Sandy Creek, Hoschton, Concord and Chest- 
nut Mt. ; S. S. Bethaven and Sandy Creek, 
Ga.— . 

CARTLEDGE, Samuel Jackson, Wash- 
ington, Crt.— Born, Bold Spring, Ga., May 
9, 1864; Stud. IPrin. U.; Grad. U. Ga., '85; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '89; Lie May 12, '89, Ord. 
May 31, '89, Pby. of Athens; P. Gainesville, 
Ga., '89-93; P. Washington, Ga., '93—. 

CARTLEDGE, Thomas Davidson, 

Waynesboro, Crt.— Born, Bold Spring, Ga.: 

B. A. Course under his father; Col. T. S., S. 

C, 2 yrs.; Lie Mav, '89, Ord. Dee, '89, Pby. 
of Athens; S. S. Jefferson, Thyatira, Mizpah 
and Chestnut Mountain, Ga., '89-94; S. S. 
Waynesboro and Bath, Ga., '94 — . 

CAVE, W. E., Paducah, Ajj/.— Born, 
Luray, Va.; H.-S., B. A., 1876; Central U., 
Ky., D. D., '95; Un. T. S., Va., '79; Ord. '81, 
Pby. of Louisville; P. Bloomfield, Ky., '81- 
83; P. Paducah, Ky., '83—. 

CAVITT, Clarence Volney, Wheelock, 
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Va., B. A., 187r., M. A., '79; Col. T. S., 
S. C, '79; Un. T. S., Va., 1 yr.; Lie. '80, 
Pby. of Brazos; Ord. '95, Pby. of Pine Bluff; 
S. S. Giddings, Tex.; P. Warren, Ark., "94- 
97. 

CECIL, Russel, 914 Dallas Street, Selina, 
Ala.— Born, Monlicello, Kv., Oct. 1, 1863; 
Prin. U., B. A., '74, M. A., '77, D. D., '95; S. 
W. Pbn. U., Tenn., D. D., '93; Prin. T. S., 
'78; Attended Free Church College, Edin- 
boro, Scotland; Lie May, '77, Pby. of 
Transylvania; Ord. Nov. 13, '79, Pby. of Lex- 
ington; P. Nicholasville, Kv., '79-85; P. Cen- 
tral Ch.. Mavsville, Ky., '85-89; P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Selma, Ala., '89—; Pres. Board of Di- 
rectors of the Presbyterian Theological Sem- 
inary, Columbia, S. C; Author "Three Dis- 
courses on Baptism" (Selma Printing Co.), 
'92; "Education for the Ministry, " '94; "In 
Trust with the Gospel," '97 (Pbn. Com. of 
Publication, Richmond, Va.). 

CHAMBERS, C. W., Houston, Tex.— 
Member Pby. of E. Texas; S. S. Troupe, 
Tex.—. 

CHANDLER, Amos Edgar, Sumter, S. C. 
—Born, Sumter Co., S. C; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A., 1845; Col. T. S., S. C, '49; Lie April 
14, '49, Ord. '49, Pby. of Harmony; P. E. 
Brewington, S. C, and P. Harmony, S. C, 
'49-58; H. My. under Board of Home Mis- 
sions, Philadelphia, Pa., and Pby. of Florida 
10 )'rs. ; Constantly engaged in the Ministry 
to Feb. 4, '75. 

CHANDLER, Grisby Eskridge, West 
Point, JMiss. — Born, Turniper, Ga.; Stud. 
Theology privately under Rev. George T. 
Chandler; Lie April, 1887, Pby. of Macon; 
Ord. Nov., '87, Pby. of Tuscaloosa; P. Al- 
abama Street Ch., Selma, Ala., '87-91; Gen. 
Ev. Synod of Miss., '91-95; Stud. S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn., '96-9(>; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., West 
Point, Miss., '96 — ; Author "Pamphlet and 
Maps on Home Missions" (issued by Synod 
of Miss. ) . 

CHANDLER, GeoPge T., Knoxville, 
Tenn. — Born, Columbus, Ga. ;KingC.,Tenn., 
B. A. and M. A.; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 2 vrs.; 
Lie. 1877, Ord. '78, Pby. of Macon; Pbn. 
My. in S.-W. Georgia 1 )-r.; P. Americus, 
Ga., '78-81; S. S. Group of Chs. in Talbott 
Co., Ga., '82-88; Ev. '88-92; S. S. Dyersburg 
and Ripley, Tenn., '92-9(5; P. Central Pbn., 
Ch., Knoxville, Tenn., '9()-— . 

CHANDLER, Samuel Ezekiel, Corpus 
Christi, Tex. — Born, Sumter Co., S. C; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1884; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., M. A. and B. D., '88; Stud. Col. T. S., 
S. C; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., Class 
'88; Lie. '88, Pby. of Nashville; Ord. '88, Pby. 
of Paris; P. Bonham, Tex., '88-90; Acting Ev. 
Dallas Pby. May, June and July, '90; Prof. 
Bible and Greek, Austin College, Sherman, 
Tex., '90-95; Prof. Bible and History in same 
College, '95-97; P. E. Corpus Christi, Tex., 
'97—. 

CHANEY, James McDonald, Indepen- 
dence, yl/o.— Born, Salem, O., March 18, 1831; 
Wm. C, Mo., M. A., King C, Tenn., D. D. 



(both conferred); Prin. T. S., '56; Lie. Pby. 
of St. Louis; Ord. April 4, '68, Pby. of Lafay- 
ette; P. Waverly and Dover, Mo., '67-63; S. 
S. Kansas City, Mo., '68-(59; Vice- Pres. and 
Pres. Female Seminary, Lexington, '71-77; 
P. Pleasant Hill, Mo., '78-85; Pres. Ladies' 
College, Independence, Mo., '86-91; Pres. 
Independence Academy, Mo., '91-96; Author 
"William the Baptist," "Agnes, Daughter of 
William the Baptist" (Pbn. Com. of Publica- 
tion, Richmond, Va. ); Invented a Planeta- 
rium for locating and pointing to exact local- 
ity of all heavenly bodies. 

CHANEY, Leonidas Beverly, Memphis, 
Tenn.— Jiorn, May 4, 1887; Stud. W. and L. 
v., Va.; Un. T. S., Va., '75; Lie. June 27, '77, 
Pby. of Central Texas; Ord. April 15, '78, 
Pby. of Dallas; P. Weatherford, '78—; S. S. 
College Hill, Miss. 

CHARLES, Benjamin Haynes, Clayton, 
Mo. — Born, Brandenburg, Kv.; Center Co., 
Ky., B. A., 18.53; Fairfield Co., la., D. D.; 
Dav. T. S.. '56; Lie. April, '56, Ord. Oct., 
'56, Pby. of Transylvania; P. Springfield, 
Ky., '56-58; P. Chester, 111., '59-67; P. Boone- 
viile, Mo., '67-75; P. Marshall, Mo., 2>< yrs.; 
Head of Synods of Ladies' College, Fulton, 
Mo., 11 yrs.; S. S. Woodland Street Ch., 
Nashville, Tenn., and Suburban Chs. in and 
near St. Louis, Mo.; S. S. Clayton, Mo.; Au- 
thor " Lectures on Prophecy " (F. H. Revell, 
Chicago. $1.25.) '97. 

CHEATHAM, Alfred Johnson, Potosi, 
JA?.— Born, Athens, Ga.; Ark. C, B. A., 
1S81, M. A., '89; Un. T. S., Va., 2 yrs.; Prin. 
T. S., 1 yr.; Lie. April, '83, Ord. '85, Pby. of 
Ouachita; P. Hope, Ark., 10 vrs. and 5 mo.; 
P. Potosi, Mo., Aug., '94—; S. C. Ouachita 
Presbytery; Chm. F. M. Com. in Potosi Pres- 
bytery. 

CHESTER, Samuel H., Nashville, Tenn. 
—Born, Mt. Holly, Ark., Jan. 17, 1851; W. 
and L., Va., B. A., '72; Un. T. S., Va., '75; 
Lie. June, '75, Pby. of Ouachita; Ord. Oct. 
'75, Pby. of Mecklenburg; P. Castanea Grove 
and Unity, N. C, '75-82; Stud. Un. T. S., 
N. v.; P. Mavsville. Ky., '83-84; P. Haw- 
fields and Cross Roads,' N. C, '84-89. P. 
Franklin, Tenn., '90-93; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., 
Nashville, Tenn., '94 — ; Sec. Foreign My., 
Pbn. Ch. of the U. S., '94—; Traveled in the 
Orient, '07. 

CHEVALIER, Wm. Plumer, Evatis, 
Ala. — Born, Christiansburg, Va.; Stud. H.- 
S. C, Va.; Louisv. T. S., 1893; Lie. and 
Ord. by the Cumberland Pbn. Ch. ; P. Besse- 
mer and Irondale, Ala.; P. Pbn. Ch., Rich- 
mond, Ala., 1 yr.; S. S. Mt. Zion, Concord 
and Carthage, Ala. — ; Author, "String of 
Pearls" (30 poems. Atlanta Constitution, 
.75), '92. 

CHICHESTER, Chas. Edward, Charles- 
ton, S. C— Born, Pottsville, Pa.; Pottsnlle 
Acd., Pa.; Stud. U. S. C; Col. T. S., S. C, 
1873; Lie. April 12, '72, Ord. May 28. '73, 
Pby. of Charleston; P. Scion Ch., Winns- 
boro, S. C, '73-77; Financial Agt. Columbia 
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ence, S. C, '80-84; P. Mariners' Ch., Charles- 
ton, S. C, and Chap, to Seamen, '84 — . 

CHINN, Wm., Suffolk, Fa.— Bom, Fau- 
quier Co., Va.; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1876; 
Un. T. S., Va., '80; Lie April, '80, Ord. 
April, 'SI, Pby. of Chesapeake; S. S. Grove 
and Hartwood, Va., '80-81; P. Grove and 
Hartwood, Va., '80-84; P. in East Hanover, 
Va., Pby., '84-92; P. Rockville, Md., '92-95; 
111 health, '95-9(3; S. S. Suffolk, Va., '97—. 

CHISOLM, James Julius, Winchester, 
A>.— Born, Charieston, S. C; Prin. U., 1874; 
Central U., Ky., D. D., '96; Prin. T. S., '77, 
Lie. May, '70, Pby. of Charleston; Ord. Oct., 
'79, Pby. of Transvlvania; S. S. Circular Ch., 
Charieston, S. C.', '76; S. S. 1st Ch., Balti- 
more, Md., '77; Traveled on Continent, Holy 
Land and the East, '78-79; Stud. Free Ch. 
Seni., Edinburgh, '78; P. 1st Ch., Harrods- 
burg, Ky., '79-87; P. 1st Ch., Winchester, 
Ky., Jan., '88—; Temp. Clerk Pby. West 
Covington, and Chairman Com. on F. M.; 
Author, Newspaper articles and occasional 
Sermons. 

CHRISTIAN, C. G., Cahoka, 3/c7.— Memb. 
Pby. of Palmyra. S. S. Kahoka and Gran- 
ger, Mo. — . 

CHUMBLEY, Charles Melvin, 112 N. 

Park St., Richmond, Va. — Born, Pulaski Co., 
Va., Sept. 25, 1871; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., B. 
S., '92; Un. T. S., Va., '95; Lie. May 15, '94, 
Pby. of Abingdon; Ord. June 26, '95, Pby. 
of East Hanover; P. Westminster Ch., Rich- 
mond, Va., '97 — . 

CLARK, Bypon, ^fount Washington, Md. 
—Born, Clarkton, N. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1890; Prin. U., M. A., '93; Prin. T. S., 
'93; Lie. Aug., '93, Pby. of Wilmington; 
Ord. Oct., '93, Pby. of East Hanover; P. 
Makemie Ch., Accomac, Va., and Onancock, 
Va., '93-96; P. Mt. Washington, Md., Dec, 
'96—; Mod. Pby. of Norfolk, Oct., '95. 

CLARK, John M. Texarkana, Ark. 
— Bom, Jackson Springs, N. C. Dav. C, N. 
C, B. A., 1886; Un. T. S., Va., '89; Lie. June 
6, '89; Ord. July, '89, Pby. of Fayetteville; 
P. Antioch, Red Springs and Philadelphus, 
N. C, '89-93; P. Bolivar Ch., BoHvar, Tenn., 
'93-96; P. Denton, Tex., '96-97; P. 1st Ch., 
Texarkana, Ark. and Tex., Nov., '97 — . 

CLARK, P. C, Bine Field, W. Fa.— Born, 
Washington Co., Va.; H.-S. C.,Va.; Un. T. 
S., Va.; Lie. Sept. 23, 1887, Ord. Nov. 14, 
'87; P. Rockymount and Piedmont; P. Fin- 
castle, Mount Union, Galatia and Glen Wil- 
ton; P. Bluefield, W. Va.— . 

CLARK, Wm. Crawford, Augusta, Ky. 
—Born, Summerville, Ga.; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A., 1871; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., D. D., 
'96; Un. T. S., Va., '75; Lie April, '75, Pby. 
of Cherokee; Ord. Nov., '75, Pby. of New 
Orleans; P. Pass Christian, Miss., '75-81; P. 
Greensboro, Ala., '81-89 and '89-97; P. Au- 
gusta and Sharon, Ky., '97 — ; Chm. Pbn. 
Syn. Com. on Home Missions, Syn. of Ala- 
bama; Chm. and Treas. Com. Home Mis- 
sions, Syn. of Nashville; Director of Pres- 
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byterian Quarterly, from its beginning; 
Elected Prof. Biblical Lang, and Lit. S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., but declined for the more 
active work of the Ministry. 

CLEVELAND, Thos. Parmelee, Hape- 
ville, Ga. — Born, Washington, Ga.; Prin. U., 
M. A. and D. D., Class of 1858; Stud. Col. 
T. S., S. C, 2 yrs; Lie April 3, '64, Pby. of 
Hopewell; P. Danielsville, Sandy Creek and 
Bethaven, Ga., '66-73; P. Gainsville, Ga., 
'73-86; P. 4th Ch., Atlanta, Ga., '85-96; P. 
Hapeville, Ga., Oct. 1, '96 — ; Also served as 
S. S. New Hope, Toccoa, Pleasant Hill, El- 
berton. Concord and Chestnut Mountain, Ga.; 
Author, ' ' Catechism on Baptisms. , " ( pamph- 
let.) 

CLIFFORD, Branch G., Union, S. C. 
—Born, Haverhill, N. H.; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1870, M. A., '72; State Normal C, Ala., 
Ph. D., '95; Pbn. C, S. C, D. D., '97; Un. 
T. S., Va., 234: yrs.; Lie April, '72, Pby. of 
Concord; Ord. '76, Pby. of Bethel; S. S. Un- 
ionville, Mt. Tabor, Cane Creek, Enoree and 
Mt. Vernon, S. C— ;Pres. Clifford Female 
Seminary; In Educational work in connec- 
tion with Ministry, Feb., '73 — . 

CLISBY, Aaron Warner, Thomasville, 
Ga. — Born, Medford, Mass.; Stud, imder 
Pby. of P'lorida; Lie April, '57-, Ord. Nov. 
(?) '57, Pby. of Florida; S. S. Mariana, Fla., 
'53-60; P. Thomasville, Ga., '60-72; P. Ma- 
con, Ga., '73-87; Author, Several Sermons 
and Articles for Southern Presbyterian Re- 
view; D. D. from two colleges, declined on 
ground that Ch. titles should be of work and 
office not of honor. 

CLYCE, Thomas S., Jackson, Ala.— Born, 
Kingsport, Tenn.; King C, Tenn., B. A., 
1887; Col. T. S., S. C, '90; Louisv. Pbn. T. 
S., Ky., B. D., '94; Lie '89, Pby. of Charles- 
ton; Ord. '90, Pby. of North Alabama; P. 
1st Pbn. Ch., Decatur, Ala., '90-91; P. Wood- 
land Pbn. Ch., Louisville, Ky., '94-96; Pres. 
Jackson Agricultural College, and P. Jackson 
Pbn. Ch., Jackson, Ala., '96 — . 

CLYMER, John Matthews, Hancock, 
Md.— Born, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; Del. C, 
Del., M. A., 1855; Un. T. S., N. Y., '59; Lie. 
'58, Ord. '59, Pby. of Winchester; S. S. 
Marion, Va., 6 mo.; P. Woodstock, Va., 11 
yrs.; P. Keyser, W. Va., 19 yrs.; P. Han- 
cock, Md., '90—. 

COCHRAN, John Briee, Murphy, N. C. 
—Born, Mecklenburg Co., N. C; Erskine 
C, S. C, B. A., 1887; " U. P." Pbn. T. S., 
Pa. '89; Lie June, '88, 1st Pby. of Asso. Ref. 
Synod; P. Mallard Creek Ch., Uncas, N. C, 
'89-90; P. Crittendon and Lebanon, Ky., 
'91-95; P. Murphv and Hayesville, N. C, 
'96—; Engaged in'H. M. work in Kentucky 
and Murphy, N. C. 

COCHRAN, John Morton, Robinson, 
Tex.— Born, Nov. 8, 1825; Stud. H.-S. C, 
Va., '48; Un. T. S., Va., '48; Lie April 30, 
'50, Pby. of West Hanover; Ord. Aug. 1, '50, 
Pby. of Montgomerv; P. Loc. Bottom, '50- 
52; S. S. Indianola, Tex., '52-54, and '69; P. 
Victoria, '55-62; P. Huntsville, Tex., '63-P.8; 



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S. S. Roanoke, Va., '70-71; S. S. Chrislians- 
ville and Bluestone, '72; P. and then S. S. 
Navasota, Tex., '72-80; S. S. Hearne, Tex., 
'80-82; S. S. Abilene, Tex., '82-84; r. Rob- 
inson and S. S. Hico, Tex. — . 

COCHRANE, W. Osborne, Bristol, Tenn. 
— Born, Mecklenburg Co., N. C; Erskine 
C, S. C, B. A., 1877; Erskine T. S., S. C, 
'79; Lie. Sept., '79, 1st Pby. of the A. R. P. 
Ch.; Min. of the A. R. P. Ch., Ky., 4 yrs.; 
P. E. S. Pbn. Ch., Crittenden, Ky., '84-8(5; 
P. Steele Creek, N. C, '86-88; P. 1st Ch., 
Millersburg, Ky., '88-92; P. Central Ch., 
Maysville, Ky., '92-97; P. 1st Ch., Bristol, 
Tenn., Jan. 1, '97 — . Chm. and Treas. For- 
eign Missions 8 yrs.; Chm. Home Missions, 
Holston Pby., Syn. of Nashville—. 

COCHRANE, Wm. Samuel, Bolivar, 
7>««.— Born, Dresden, Tenn., May 12, 1851; 
Stud. Coleraine C, Ireland, 3 yrs.; Un. T. 
S., Va.; Lie. June 4, '73, Ord. May 1, '74, 
Pby. of Western District; S. S. Mari Bluff, 
Saltilloand Bethel Springs, Tenn., '71-77; S. 
S. Hickory Valley, Grand Junction, Sauls- 
bury and Ebenezer, Tenn., '77-80; P. Somer- 
ville, Tenn.. '80; Ev. Memphis Pby., '88-84; 
S. S. different times Collierville, La Grange, 
Grand Junction, Saulsbury and Ebenezer, 
Tenn., now S. S. of the last 4 Chs. — . 

COCKE, Alonzo Rice, Waynesboro, Va. 
—Born, Campbell Co., Va., Jan. 7, 1858; W. 
and L. U., Va., B. A.; Un. T. S., Va., '79; 
Lie. April, '80. Pby. of Montgomery'; Ord. 
Juue 10, '81, Pbv. of Lexington; P. Windy 
Cove, '81, and Millboro, Va., '83-84—; p'. 
Waynesboro, Va. — . 

COIT, Albert Barge, Enterprise, Miss. 
—Born, Cheraw, S. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 
1875; Un. T. S., Va., '78; Lie. '77, Pby. of 
West Hanover; Ord. Vhy . of Tombeckbee; S. 
S. Martinsburg, W. Va., '77; P. Starkville, 
Miss., '78-81; Ev. Pbv. of Tombeckbee, 3 
yrs.; P. Paulding, '81-88; P. Gariandsville 
(Newton, Mt. Moriah, Montrose, Pendleton 
and Pisgah), '84-87; P. Purvis, about '91; P. 
Macon, '90-93; P. Heidelberg, '84-97; San- 
dersville. '92-97; Geneva, '89-97; P. Enter- 
prise, Miss., '90—; Corns. Gen. Ass., '82 and 
'97; Mod. Svn. of Miss., '89; S. C. of Tom- 
beckbee Pby., '88—. 

COLDWELL, Joseph Cannon, Morgan- 
field, Ky. — Born, Shelbvville, Tenn.; S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A., 1873; I'n. T. S., Va., 
'78; Lie. '78, Pby. of Nashville; Ord. '78, Pby. 
of Columbia; P. Culleoka and Lynnville, 
Tenn., '78-82; P. New Providence, Ky., '82- 
84; Elizabethtown, Ky., '84-92; P. Holly 
Springs, Miss., '91-94; P. Morganfield, Ky., 
'94—. 

COLDWELL, Joseph Cannon, Newton, 
Tenn. — Meml). Pby. of Memphis — . 

COLE, Silas E., Antlers, Ind. 71;-.- Memb. 
Pby. of Indian; Home IMissionary — . 

COLEMAN, James Monroe, Newton, 
J/m.— Born, Clav Co., Miss., June 14, 1868; 
Stillman Inst., '7'7; Lie. Sept. 30, '77, Ord. 
Way 18, '78, Pby. of Tombigbee; P. vStark- 
ville, Ethel, French Camp, Fairview, Pil- 



grim Grove, Miss.; P. Greenville, Miss., 
'77- ; Edited ''Greenville Banner'' and 
"Greenville Leader;'' Served as Ev. and 
Teacher some time. 

COLMERY, Charles Pier, Edwards, 
Miss. — Born, Carrollton, Miss.; S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn.; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn, 
1888; Lie. Oct. 18, ;88, Ord. Oct. 19, '88, Pby. 
of Central Mississippi; P. Edwards Group, 
Chs. of Edwards, Osborne and Yoken, Miss., 
Oct., '88—. 

CONOLY, John Gilbert, Mi. Carmel, 
Tenn.— "Rom, Antioch, N. C; S. W. Pbn. U.,^ 
Tenn., M. A., 1892; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., '93; Lie. April 21, '93, Pbv. of Nash- 
ville; Ord. July 7, '93, Pby. of M'emphis; P, 
Mt. Camiel and Center, Tenn., '93-97. 

CONVERSE, Francis Bartlett, Louis- 
ville, Ky. — Born, Richmond, Va., June 23, 
1836; Philadelphia High Sch., B. A., '68; U. 
Pa., B. A. and M. A., '66; H.-S. C, Va., D. 
D.; Prin. T. S., '61; Ord. Oct., '62, Pby. of 
Hanover; S. S. Olivet, Va., '61-62; Asso. Ed. 

Christian Observer, Louisville, Ky., '57, 
and Editor in Chief, '73—. 

CONVERSE, James B., Morristown, 
"Tenn. — Born, Philadelphia, Pa.; Prin. U., B. 
A. and M. A., 1865; Un. T. S., Va., '70; Lie. 
'69; Ord. '71, Pby. of East Hanover; P. Ma- 
kemie, '70-72; Ed. ' Christian Obset~ver, 
Louisville, Kv., '72-74; Ev. Pby. of Holston 
and Knoxville, '71-81; P. Blountville, '81-87; 
Ev. Pby. of Holston, '88; Ed. Christian 
Patriot, '90-95; Author, Ed. as above, "A 
Summer Vacation Abroad " ( Converse & Co., 
Louisville, Kv., $1.60), '78; "The Bible and 
Land" (Author, $1), '88; "Justice" (in 
preparation ) . 

CONVERSE, Thomas E., Louisville, Ky. 
—Born, Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 25, 1841; Prin. 
U., B. A. and M. A., '62; King C, Tenn., D. 
D.; Un. T. S.. Va., '68; Lie. '68, Ord. '69, Pby. 
of West Hanover; Miss, in China, '69-71; P; 
Woodstock, Va., '71-75; P. Bardstown, Ky., 
'75-79; Ed. Christian Observer; Louisville, 
Ky., '79—. 

COOK, George Lewis, Climax, Ga. 
—Born, March 6, 1846; Stud. U. of Va.; Un. 
T. S., Va., '72; Lie. April 27, '72; Ord. Dec. 
12, '74; S. S. Broadway, '72-73; P. Colliers- 
town, '74-77; S. S. Paw Creek Ch., Mecklen- 
burg Pby., '77 — ; S. S. Climax, Faceville and 
Pleasant Grove, Ga. — . 

COOK, James Ellsworth, 2602 E. Frank- 
lin Street, Richmond, Va. — Born, Danville, 
Va., Feb. 4, 1868; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., '92; 
Vr\. T. S.. Va., '95; Lie. '94, Ord. IMay, '95, 
Pby. of Blast Hanover; P. Hoge Memorial 
Ch'., Richmond, Va., May, '95 — ; Sec. Pbn. 
Ministers' Asso. of Richmond and Manches- 
ter; Mod. V,. Hanover Pby., '97. 

COOK, Wm. Arthur, Fulton, Mo.— Bom, 
Santa Fe, Mo.; Un. T. S.. Va., 1894; Lie. '93, 
Pby. of Palmyra; Ord. '94, Pby. of Missouri; 
P. Auxvasse, Mo., '94— . 

COOKE, John James, Kanev, Kansas. 
—Centre C, Ky., 1866; Lie. and Ord.; P. 
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S. Lewisport, Ky.— ; Memb. Pby. of L,ouis- 
ville — . 

COOKE, John Royal, Bumside, Ky. 
— Born, Fauquier Co., Va., Jan. 16, 1870; 
Central U., Ky., B. A., '91; Un. T. S., Va., 
'94; Lie. June 8, '95, Ord. May 5, '95, Pby. 
of Transylvania; S. S. Pisgah and Burnside, 
Ky., '94-95, and P. of same, '95—; S. S. 
Kings Mountain and Pulaski Sta., Ky., part 
of the time. 

COOPER, Wm Beach, Pi7ie Grove, Ky. 
—Born, Lexington, Ky.; Lie. Oct., 1883, Ord. 
Ev. April, '84, Pby. of West Lexington; Ev. 
Bethel Co., Ky.; S. S. Jackson, Irvine Mem. 
and Irwin Creek, '83-88; S. S. Salem, Mt. 
Tabor, Ford and Union, Ky., '89-92; Chapl. 
Ky. Penitentiary, '92-9(>; S. S. Walnut Hill, 
Salem and Mt. Tabor, Ky., '97 — . 

COPPEDGE, Walter Raleigh, Rock- 
ingham, N. C. — Born, Lynchburg, Va.; H.- 
S. C, B. A., 1873, M. A., '77; Un. T. S., Va.; 
Lie. April 21, '77, Ord. June 29, '78, Pby. of 
Montgomery; S. S. Deeherd, Tenn., '77-78; 
P. Catawba, Sinking Creek and Bethel, Va., 
'78-82; P. Floyd C. H. and Turtle Rock, Va.; 
'82-87; P. Yancey ville, Bethesda and Griers, 
N. C, '87-90; P. Graham, N. C, '90-95; S. 
S. Rockingham, Roberdel, Cameronian and 
Jackson Springs, N. C, '95 — ; Prin. Oxford 
Academy, Floyd C. H., Va., '83-87. 

CORNELSON, Geopge H., Jp., Mal- 
verti. Ark. — Born, Orangeburg, S. C; Dav. 
C, N. C, M. A.. 1892; Col. T. S., S. C, '95.; 
Lie. '94, Pby. of South Carolina; Ord. '9(i, 
Pby. of Ouachita; S. S. Malvern, Ark., May 
to Nov. and P. Nov. '91 — . 

COWAN, Alexander, Hendersotiville, 
Tenn. — Born, Shelbyville, Tenn., Jan. 21, 
1839; Jeff. C, Pa., '59 (2d Honor of Class); 
Un. T. S., '69; Lie. May, '69, Ord. '70, Pby. 
of Nashville; P. Hendersonville and Madi- 
son, '69 — 77; P. McMinnville, '77-80; Hen- 
dersonville and Madison, '80-90; Kahoka, 
Mo., 5 mo. '90; Madison, '90-91; My. in and 
around Clarksville, Tenn., '91-92; H. M. in 
Nashville, Tenn., '92-94; P. Hermitage, 
-Tenn., '95 — ; S. C. and Treas. of Pby. and 
Syn. of Nashville, '89—. 

COWAN, Benjamin Moss, Atoka, 
Tetin.— Horn, Charlotte, N. C, Jan. 1, 1852; 
Stud. Theol. under Rev. B. M. Paris, W. A. 
Slaymacker and Dr. James H. Hall; Lie. 
Jan. 7, '86, Pby. of Western District; Ord. 
'88, Pby. of Mississippi; served Zion, Eaton 
and Friendship, '8(j-87; S. S. Summerville, 
'87-90; Ass't P. Troy, Ky., '90-91; Ev. Synod 
of Memphis, '92-95; S. S. Atoka, Kerrville, 
Big Creek and Edmundson, Tenn., '93 — . 

COWAN, James Chalmers, Morris- 
town, Tenn. — Born, Jonesboro, Tenn., July 
13, 1848; King C, Tenn., B. A., '70, M. A., 
'85; Un. T. S., Va., '74; Lie June 13, '73, 
Ord. May 2, '74, Pby. of Holston; P. Ripley, 
Tenn., '74-76; P. Rogersville, Tenn., '76-81; 
P. McKinney, Tex., '81-83; Prof. King Col- 
lege, Tenn., '83-87; P. Johnson City, Tenn., 
'87-94; P. Morristown, Tenn., '94-; while 
Prof. King College supplied Bluff City, 



Paperville, Pleasant Grove and Concord 
Tenn. 

COWAN, John Fleming, Fulton, Mo. 
—Born, Potosi, Mo., March 8, 1837; Westm 

C, Mo., B. A., '58, M. A., '61, D. D., '80- 
Prin. T. S., '61; Lie. '60, Pby. of Philadel- 
phia; Ord. '63, Pby. of Missouri; P. Aux- 
vasse, Mo., Nov., '61, and Prof. Modern 
Lang, and Hebrew, Westminster College. 
Mo., '88—. 

CRAIG, Alfred A., Fredericktown, Mo. 
— Born, Keosauqua, la.; Stud. RoUa, Mo., 
andS. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.; Stud. Div. Sch. 
S. W. Pbn. U. Tenn., 1892-93; Lie. April, '93, 
Ord. Sept., 24, '93, Pby. of Palmvra; S. S. 
Monroe Citv, Mo., '93-94; S. S.'Dunedin, 
Fla., '94-96; Pby. of Potosi, '96—. 

CRAIG, David Irvin, Reidsville, N. C. 
—Born, Orange Co., N. C; Stud. Dav. C, 
N. C; Col. T. S., S. C, 1878; Lie May 31, 
'78, Ord. June 1, '79, Pby. of Orange; P. 
Reidsville, N. C, July 6, '78—; S. C. Orange 
Pby. June 8, '96 — ; one of the original Re- 
gents of the Orphans Home of Synod of 
North Carolina; author, "Historical Sketch 
of New Hope Church in Orange Co." '86, 
revised, '91. 

CRAIG, Edward Marshall, Cuthbert, 
Ca.— Born, Craigsville, Va.; H.-S. C, Va., 
B. A. and W. L. U., Va., B. A.; Un. T. S., 
Va., 1893; Lie. May 7, '92, Pby. of Lexing- 
ton; Ord. May 19, 93, Pby of Roanoke; P. 
Concord and Pamplin City, Va., '93-94; P. 
Cuthcert and Fort Gaines, Ga., '94 — ; also 
S. S. Appomattox C. H. and Walker, Va., 
'93-94. 

CRAIG, Hugh, Rowland, N. C— Memb. 
Pby. of Fayetteville; P. Ashpole and S. S. 
lona, N. C. — . 

CRAIG, John Newton, Atlanta, Ca. 
■ — Born, Rockingham Co., Va. ; W. and L. 
U., Va., B. A., 1853, M. A., '56; U. of Miss., 

D. D., '77; Un. T. S., Va., 2 yrs.; Col. T. S., 
S. C, 1 yr.; Lie. Sept. '58, Pby. of Lexing- 
ton; Ord. '60, Pby. of Bethel; P. Lancaster, 
Waxhaw and Douglass, S. C; Chapl. first of 
9th then of 5th S. C. Regts. C. S. A.; P. 
Holly Springs, Miss., '70—; Sec. H. M. of 
Southern Assembly '83 — , author, many- 
articles on current questions and Home Mis- 
sions. 

CRAIG, Thomas Brooks, Fountain 
Inn, S. C— Born, Tylersville, S. C; Dav. C, 
N. C, B. A., 1876; Un. T. S., N. Y., '81; 
Lie. April, '79, Pby. of Enoree; Ord. April, 
'82, Pby. of Charleston; P. Port Roval, S. C, 
'81-83; P. Liberty Spring, '83-87; P. Ninety 
Six, S. C, '87-90; P. Hopewell, S. C, '91- 
93; P. Fountain Inn, S. C, '93—, with New 
Harmony and Dorroh, S. C. 

CRANE, Arthur James, Milton, Tenn. 
—Born, Darlington, S. C; Ark. C, Ark. B. 
A., 1888; Un. T. S., Va.; Lie. April 26, '90, 
Pby. of Roanoke; April 13, '92, Pby. of 
Nashville; S. S. Highland Park, '91-92; P. 
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CRAWFORD, Alexander Warwick, 

Manse, Ky. — Born, Diinniore, W. Va.; 
Louisv. Male High Sch., Ky., 1878; Stud. U. 
of Va., 78-79; Un. T. S., Va., '78; Lie. May 
12, '87, Ord. Julv 17, '87, Pby. of Transyl- 
vania; S. S. Steele Creek, N. C, '8(5; P. 
Campbellsville and Bethel, Ky., '87-5K); P. 
Woodlawn Ch., Binningham, Ala., '90-93; 
S. S. Silver Creek Chap., Madison Co., Ky., 
'93-9-4; P. Paint Lick Ch., Garrard Co., Kv., 
'94—. 

CRAWFORD, Wm. Anderson, Kerns- 
town, Va. — Born, Woodstock, Va.; Del. C, 
Del., B. A., 1844, M. A., '47 or '48; Stud. 
Un. T. S., Va., 1 yr.; Lie. '6fi, Ord. 58, Pby. 
of Winchester; P. Pbn. Ch., Newark, Del., 
lOnio., '5(>-67; Prof. Delaware College, Del., 
'54-57; P. Charity Ch., Fairfax Co., Va., '57- 
fil; P. E. Opequo'n Pbn. Ch., Frederick Co., 
Va., 18 yrs. — ; Mem. for Virginia of the 
"Ex. Com. S. S. International," 9 yrs. — ; 
author, (booklet) "Secreted in a Compli- 
ment," (leaflets) "The Story of a Telegram" 
and "Our Approach to Christmas" or "Our 
Approach to Easter;" interested in tracing 
the history of Opequon Ch. from 1738. 

CREIGHTON, James Alexander, Cor- 
sicana, Texas. — Born, Coshocton, O., March 
24, 1848; Prin. T. S., '80; Ord. Sept. 2G, '80, 
Pby. of Paducah; P. Columbus, Ky., '80-81; 
S. S. Farmington, Mo., '81-88; S. S. Abi- 
lene, Colorado and Sweetwater, '89-90; S. S. 
Abilene and Anson, '90-91; Ev. Abilene, 
'91-92; P. E. and P. Waxahachie and S. S. 
Lone Elm, '92 — ; S. S. Corsicana, Alabama 
and Frost, Tex. — . 

CREWS, James Richard, Cub Creek, 
Ta.— Born, Charlotte Co., Va., Nov. 24, 
1846; Stud. H.-S. C, Va., '73; Un. T. S., 
Va., '73; Lie April, 28, Ord. Sept. 22, '77, 
Pby. of Roanoke; P. Buffalo and Bethlehem, 
Val, '77-84; P. 3dCh., Lvnchburg,Va., '84-88; 
P. Anchor of Hope and'Oalena, Va., '88-96. 

CROCKARD, Joseph, Charlotte, N. C. 
— Born, Lambton Co., Out., Canada; T. U., 
Canada; Col. T. S., S. C, 1894; Lie. April, 
'93, Pby. of Charleston; Ord. Oct. '94, Pby. 
of Harmon}-; S. S. Summerton, S. C, '93- 
94; S. S. Wedgefield and Tirzah, '94; P. of 
same Chs. '94-96; S. S. Sharon, N. C, '96- 
97; P. Mulberry, N. C, '96—. 

CROW, William, Rkhviond, A>.— Born, 
Fleming Co., Kv.; Center C, Kv., 1867; 
Dan. T. S., Ky., '61; Lie. '60, Pby. ofEben- 
ezer; Ord. '()(>, Pby. of Iowa; P. West Point, 
Iowa., '66-67; P. Paint Lick, Ky., '67-83; P. 
Kirksville, Ky., '83-95; Colporteur — . 

CROWE, William Jr., Frankfort, Ky. 
Born, Paint Lick, Kv.; Central V ., Ky., B. 
A., 1892; Louisv. Pbn'. T. S., '76; Lie. April, 
'96, Pbv. of Transylvania; Ord. May, '96, 
Pby. of Louisville; 'P. So. Pbn. Ch., Frank- 
fort, Ky., '96—. 

CROWLEY, J. S., Ntumba, Congo Free 
State, Africa.— ^tw^i. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.; 
Stud. Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.; Lie. 
and Ord. Oct. 17, 1896, Pby. of Red River; 
My. to Africa, June 9, '96 — . 



CROSIER, Robert H., Palestine, Tex. 
—Born, Yallabusha Co., Miss.; I", of Miss., 
1867; Ark. C, D. D., '88; Stud. Theol. under 
Rev. T. R. Welsh, D. D.; Lie. '72, Ord. '74, 
Pbv. of Arkansas; P. Svlvania and Lonohe, 
Ark., "74-76; P. Sardis, Miss., '77-86; P. Mon- 
roe, La., '87; P. Palestine, Tex., '89—; Author 
"Confederate Spy" (J. P. Morton & Co.), 
'66; "Fiery Trials" (Christian Pub. Co.); 
"Araphel " and "Cave of Hegobar " (Pbn. 
Pub. Co.); "Deep Waters" (Farris & Co.). 

CULBERTSON, Richard Wall, Mebane, 

N. 6:— Born, Woodleaf, N. C; Dav. C, N. 
C, B, A., 18K3; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 2 yrs.; 
Lie. May, '87, Pby. of Concord; Ord. Nov., 
'87, Pby. of Orange; P. Buffalo and Bethel 
from '87 and Midway from '88-92; P. Haw- 
fields, Bethany and Cross Roads, N. C, '92 — ; 
Organized Chs. Midway, '88, Bethany, '92; 
Agt. of S. Schools; Agt. of Publication and 
Colportage; now Chm. H. M. Com. 

CUMMING, Calvin K., Nagoya, Japan. 
— Memb. Pby. of Norfolk; My. to Japan, 
March 13, 1888—. 

CUMMINS, Thomas, Henderson, Ky. 
—Born, Ireland; H.-S., Va., B. A., 1879; Un. 
T. S., Va., '82; Lie. '81, Ord. '82, Pby. of 
South Alabama; Ev. Pby. of South Alabama 
6 mo.; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Vieksburg, Miss., 
'82-89; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Richmond, Ky., 
'89-91; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Henderson, Ky., 
'91; Summer of '87-88 Stud. U. of Edinburg,. 
Scotland. 

CUMPSTON, Henry Joseph, McComb, 
Miss.— Born, New Orleans, La.; S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn., B. D., 1894; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn.; Lie. June 27, '94, Ord. Oct. 18, 
'94, Pbv. of New Orleans; P. McComb, Miss., 
'94—. ' 

CUNNINGHAM, Charles Eugene, y'azoa 
City, Miss. — Born, Franklin, Tenn., Nov. 12, 
1857; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.. B. A., '76; D. D., 
'95; Prin. T. S., '79; Ord. Oct. '81, Pby. of 
Elizabeth; P. Madison Avenue Ch., Eliza- 
beth, N. J., '79-89; P. Yazoo City, Miss., 
'89—; S. C. Central Miss. Pby., '92—. 

CUNNINGHAM, Duncan, Converse, Mo. ' 
— Born, Stow, Roscburghshire, Scotland; 
Private Tuition; Lie. Oct. 4, Ord. Oct. 30, 
'93, Pby. of Upper Missouri; Ev. and S. S. 
Stewartsville, Bamesville, English Grove 
and Walnut Grove, Mo. — ; Ord. an Elder in 
the Free Ch. of Scotland. 

CUNNINGHAM, James Gilbert, Edna, 
7>.r.— Born, Union Co., S. C, Feb. 24, 1855; 
Austin Sch. of Theol., Tex., '89; Lie. April, 
'89. Ord. April. '90, Pbv. of Wetsern Texas; 
S. S. Luling, Tex., '89-94; also S. S. Lock- 
hart. Tex.. '92-93; P. Edna, Tex., Sept., '94— ; 
also S. S. Thomaston, Tex. — 

CURRIE, Archibald, Hillsboro, N. C. 
— Born, Moore Co., Oct. 16, 1817; Donaldson 
Acd.; Un. T. S., Va., '43; Lie. Nov. 1, '46, 
Pbv. of Lafayette; Ord. Aug. 30, Pby. of 
Orange; P. Eno; S. S. Fairfield and Little 
River, '46-66, S. S. Graham. '56-66, and P. 
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well Institute, '82; S. S. Fairfield, '83-84; 
past 80 years of age. 

CURRIE, Daniel Johnson, Chapel Hill, 
N. C— Born, Richmond Co., N. C; U. of 
N. C, B. A., 1889, M. A., '97; Col. T. S., S. 
C, '94 ( Hebrew Prizeman ) ; Lie. July 27, '93, 
Pby. of Fayetteville; Ord. Sept. 29, '94, Pby. 
of Orange; S. S. Aimwell, Longtown, Simp- 
son, Flint Hill, Zion, Uriel and Concord, N. 
C, '93-94; P. Chapel Hill and New Hope, 
N. C, May 13, '94—. 

CURRIE, Edwapd J., Hattiesburg, Miss. 
—Born, Raleigh, Miss.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., 1889; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.; 
Lie. and Ord. June, '89, Pby. of Mississippi; 
P. Olivet, Hopewell, Dry Creek, Calvary and 
Williamsburg, Miss., '89-91; S. S. Green- 
wood, Miss., '91-92; P. Hattiesburg, Miss., 
'93—. 

CURRIE, Ulysses Baxtep, Mansfield, 
Za.— Born, Raleigh, Miss.; Stud. S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn.; Stud. Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn.; Lie 1896, Pby. of Central Mississippi; 
P. Mansfield, Keachie, "Memorial," La., 
'97—. 

CURRY, Albert BPUee, Birmingham, 
Ala. — Born, Bainbridge, Ga. ; U. of Va., 
1879; S. W. Pbn. U., D. D., '97; Col. T. S., 
S. C, '75; Lie. '74, Ord. '70, Pby. of Savan- 
nah; P. Darien, Ga., '74-77; '77-83; P. 
Gainesville, Fla., '83-94; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Birmingham, Ala., '94 — ; S. C. Suwanee Pby. 

CURTIS, Josiah F., New Madrid, -Mo. 
— Memb. Pby. of Potosi; Ord. Mav, 1864; S. 
S. New Madrid; Mo.—. 



DABNEY, Robert Lewis, Victoria, Tex. 
—Born, Louisa Co., Va.; U. of Va., M. 
A., 1842; H.-S. C, Va., LL.D. and D. 
D.; King C, Tenn., LL.D., '53; Un. T. S., 
Va., '4(5; Lie. May, '46, Pby. of West Han- 
over; Ord. July, '47, Pby. of Lexington; H. 
M., Louisa Co., Va., 1 yr.; P. Tinkling 
Spring, '47-53; Prof. Theol. Un. T. S., Va., 
'63-83; Co.-P. College Ch., '57-74; Prof. Moral 
Philosophy, U. of Texas, '83-94; Author, "Me- 
moir of Dr. F. S. Sampson," Richmond, Va., 
'66; "Sacred Rhetoric" (12 mo. Pbn. Com. 
Publication, Richmond, Va. ), '70; "Life of 
Stonewall Jackson" (London and New York), 
'67; "Defence of Virginia and the South" 
(E. J. Hale & Co., New York), '68; "Sensu- 
alistic Philosoph}', " reviewed (8 vol., Ran- 
dolph & Co., New York), '72; "Course of 
Systematic Theology" (Royal, 8vo., St. 
Louis Pub. Co. ), '78; "Collected Discus- 
sions" (4 vol., 8vo., Pbn. Com. Publication, 
Richmond, Va. ); "The Practical Philoso- 
phy" (Crescent Book Co., Mo.), '97; Many 
Essays and Reviews; Died at Victoria, Tex., 
1897. 

DABNEY, Wm. Anderson, Buckingham 
C. H., Fa.— Born, Decatur, Ga., Oct. 15, 
1845; Stud. W. and L. U., Va.; Un. T. S., 
Va., '75; Lie. June, '75, Ord. '76, Pbv. of At- 
lanta; P. Atlanta, Ga., 3 yrs. ; S. S. Pine Bluff, 



Ark., 1 yr. ; P. Covington, Va., 3>4 yrs.; Un- 
ity and Castanea Grove, N. C, 2 yrs.; P. Ox- 
ford, Va., 3 yrs.; S. S. Brownsville, Tenn., 1 
yr.; S. S. Maysville, Va. (Buckingham C. 
H.), '91—; Served in Confed. Army, '62-65. 

DALE, R. L., Temple, 7>,r.— Memb. Pby. 
of Central Texas; P. Temple, Tex.—. 

DANIEL, Eugene, Raleigh, N. C— Born, 
Sumpter Co., Ala.; Stud. Oakland C, Miss., 
D. C; Col. T. S., S. C, 1871; Lie April, '71, 
Pby. of Harmony; Ord. Sept., '71, Pby. of 
Ouachita; P. Camden. Ark., '71-76; 1st Ch., 
Memphis, Tenn., '76-92; IstCh., Raleigh, N. 
C, '92 — ; Delivered one of the 11 addresses 
of the 250th Anniversary of the Westminster 
Assembly, Charlotte, N. C, May, '97. 

DARNALL, Henpy Thomas, Albany, 
Ga. — Born, Augusta Co., Va.; W. and L. U., 
Va., B. A., 1859; Un. T. S., Va., '61; Lie '66, 
Ord. '67, Pby. of Montgomery; P. Pearis- 
burg, Va., '67-70; P. Amelia C. H., Va., '70- 
75; P. Milton, N. C, '75-80; P. Durham, N. 
C, '80-94; P. Hampton, Va., '94-97—. 

DARNALL, W. H., Centre, ^/a.— Memb. 
Pby. of Cherokee; S. 8. Sardis, Calhoun and 
Adairsville, Pby. of Cherokee — . 

DAVIDSON, Henry Stonewall, Boiuie, 
Tex. — Born, Water Valley, Miss.; U. of Miss., 

B. A., 1890; Stud. McC, Chicago, 2 yrs. and 
4 mo.; Ord. Dec. 22, '93, Pby. of North Texas; 
P. 1st Ch., Bowie, Tex., '93—. 

DAVIES, David Owen, Femandina, Fla. 
—Born, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 10, 1834; Prin. 
U., B. A., '66; Centre C, Kv-, D. D.. '81; 
Prin. T. S., 59; Ord. Sept. 19, '61, Pby. of 
Cincinnati; P. 5th Ch., Cincinnati, O., '61- 
63; S. S. Carlisle, Ky., '63-64; P. Paris, 'OS- 
es, P. Clarksville, Tenn., '68-71; P. E. Hen- 
derson, Ky., '71, and '72-90; P. Fernandina, 
Fla., '93—. 

DAVIES, Geo. Whiting-, Dobvville, Ark. 
—Born, Huntsville, Ala., Aug. 3, 1853; H.-S. 

C, Va.; Un. T. S., Va., '79, Lie. April 19, 
'80, Pby. of Montgomery; Ord. Pby. of Oua- 
chita; Memb. Pby. of Paris—; S. S. Doby- 
ville. Ark.—. 

DAVIES, J. H., Fort Worth, Tex.— Born, 
England; Memb. Pby. Fort Worth; P. City 
Park Ch., Dallas, Tex., 1895-96; P. McKin- 
ney, Tex., '96—; Oct., '97; Ev. Pby. of Fort 
Worth, '98—. 

DAVIES, Samuel Wilson, Fayetteville, 
Ark.— Boxrv, Chester District, S. C; H.-S. C, 
B. A., 1864; M. A., '67; Ark. C, Ark., D. D.; 
Dan. T. S., Ky., '57; Lie '57, Pby. of Bethel; 
Ord. '59, Pby. of Central Mississippi; S. S. 
Lake, Providence and Pecan Grove Chs., 
Carroll Parish, La., '67-61; P. Cotton Plant 
and Augusta Chs., Woodruff Co., Ark., '61- 
74; P. Fayetteville Ch., Ark., '74—; Also H. 
M. work in Arkansas, resulting in Holly 
Grove, Clarendon, Springdale, Mt. Bethel 
and Big Spring Chs. 

DAVIS, Edward Payson, Montgomery, 
Ala.— ^orn, Rutherfordton, N. C; Dav. C, 
N. C, B. A., 1873, Col. T. S., S. C, '77; Lie 
April, '77, Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ord. Nov., 



;js 



Tin; i'Ki'.si!V'n;Ki.\N' MiNisTi;Ki.\r, Dikkctokv i Soi:thi-;kn ), ls!»s. 



'77, Phy. of South Cfiiolina; P. Williiiglon 
and Hopewell, S. C. (5 yrs.; P. Shelly, N. C, 
i yrs.; P. Winston. N.'C, 5 yrs.; P. Mont- 
gomery. Ala.. 'S)2 — ; Mod., Synod of Ala.; 
Mem. Gen. A.ssembly's Ex. Com. of Colored 
Evangelistic Work; Pres. Ala. S. S. Asso.; 
Pres. Ala. Bible Society; Rep. Various Pbys. 
in the Gen. Assembly, etc. 

DAVIS, John Henry, Black Walnut, Va. 
—Born, Hardy Co., W. Va.; H.-S. C, Va., D. 
D., 188(5; Un. T. S., Va., '5(5; Ord. '5(5, Pby. 
of Winchester; P. Yellow Chapel (now Hart- 
ford), Va., '5(5-(51; P. Bethlehem and Con- 
cord, Va., '(51-74; P. Spring Hill and South 
Boston, Va., '74-92; P. Spring Hill, Va., 
'9t— . 

DAVIS, John H., Jr., Timber Ridge, Va. 
—Born, Charlotte Co., Va.; H.-S. C, Va., B. 
A. (First Honor), 1883; Un. T. S., Va.. '88; 
Stud. New College, Edinburgh, Scotland, 
'92-93; Lie. '89, Pby. of Roanoke; Ord. '90, 
Pby. of Knoxville; P. Soddy, Va.. '90-91; P. 
Timber Ridge and Fairfield, Va., '93 — . 

DAVIS, John Wright, Soockozu, China. 
—Born, Salisbury, N. C, July 25, 1849; Day. 
C, N. C, B. A., '(5(5, M. A. ,^'72, D. D., '85; 
Stud. U. of Va., '70-71; Un. T. S., Va., '73; 
Lie. Oct., '72; Ord. May 28, '73, Pby. of Con- 
cord; My. Soochow, China, '73-85; I^ecturer 
in V . S.. '85-8(5; My. Home Agency, Shanghai, 
China, '8(5 — ; Author, "Psalms, Gospels and 
Acts tran.slated into Soochow Dialect;" "Pri- 
mary Geography and Question Book on 
Matthew in Soochow Dialect;" Memb. Com. 
on translation of parts of Old Testament. 

DAVIS, L. B., Atlanta, <7«.— Memb. Pby. 
of Atlanta — . 

DAVIS, Wm. Henry, Richwood, Ky. 
— Born, Salisbury, N. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 18(59, M. A.. 72, Un. T. S., Va., '72; Lie. 
April, '71, Pby. of Concord; Ord. Oct., '72, 
Pby. of Mecklinburg; Ev. Pby. of Mecklin- 
burg, Mountains of N. C, '72-74; P. Sharon, 
N. C, '74-78; P. Dayidson River and Ev. 
Transylvania Co.. '78-90; P. Village and 
Drakes Branch, Va., '90-93; P. Richwood 
and Union, Ky., '93 — . 

DAVIS, Wm. Y., lUoomfield, A>.— Born, 
Bloomfield, Ky.; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., B. 
A., 1877; Pnn. U., B. A. ,'78; Stud. Col. T. S., 
S. C, 2 yrs.; Un. T. S., Va., '81; Lie June 
10, '81, Pby. of Louisville; Ord. June 4, '82, 
Pby. of Transylvania; P. Plea.sant Grove and 
Mackville, Ky., '81-8(5; P. Taylorsville and 
Cane Run, Ky., '8(5-91; P. Lawrenceburgand 
Salvisa. Kv., '91-95; supplying various Chs., 
'95-97; P. Taylorsville, Ky!, '97—. 

DEAN, John Duff, Franconia, Ala. 
— Born, INIontferth, near Dundee, Scotland; 
Cumb. U., B. A., 1877; vStud. Theol. under 
private Divines; Lie. April, '92, Ord. April, 
'93, Pby. of Nashville; S. S. Waverly and 
Dickson, Tenn., '92-93; P. April, '93-94; P. 
Oak Grove and Plea.sant Ridge, Ala,, Feb., 
'95—. 

DEGGENDORF, John Ernest, Ceorge- 
town, h'v. — Born, vSl. Louis, Mo.; Westm. 



C, Mo.. 3 yrs.; Louisv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., 
1897; Lie. April 15, '97, Pby. of Louisville; 
Ord. Ev. June 12, '97, Pby. of West Lexing- 
ton; Ev. Wolfe Co., Ky.. May to Sept. '97; 
Asst. P. Georgetown Ky.. '97—. 

DICKEY, Wm. Nathaniel, Afison, 
Texas. — Born, York Co., S. C; Dav. C, N. 
C, B. A., 1860; Col. T. S., S. C, '(59; Lie 
April, '69, Pby. of Concord; Ord. Oct. '69, 
Pby. of Eastern Texas; served Larissa, Tex., 
and Tyler JNIission and Ch. after its organi- 
zation, '70; P. Rush Ch.. Cherokee Co. and 
S. S. Larissa and Harmony, '71-75; P. Lado- 
nia. Fannin Co. and S. S. Honey Grove and 
Bonham, '75-77; S. S. Cooper and New 
Hope, later Wills Point and Terrell, Tex., 
'77-83; Ev. in Pby. of Paris, '83-85; S. S. 
Anson and Haskell. Tex., '86—; Ev. Pby. of 
Dallas, 6 yrs. 

DICKSON, Joseph Alexander, Hot 

Springs, Ark. — Born, Dickson Co., Tenn.; 
Erskine C, S. C, B. A., 1854; Central U., 
Ky., D. D.; Erskine T. S., S. C; Ord. '58, 
Asso. Reformed Pby. of Memphis; S. S. Chs. 
in Holmes and Madison Cos., Miss., '58-60; 
S. S. A. R. P. Ch., Monticello, Ark., '60-65; 
P. Pbn. Ch., Monticello, Ark., '65-71; P. 
Millersburg, Ky., about 11 yrs.; P. Pine 
Bluff, Ark., 14 yrs.; P. Hot Springs, Ark., 
'92—; Del. to Pan. Pbn. Council at Belfast, 
Ireland, from Pbn. Ch. in U. S. 

DINWIDDIE, John C, Gladys, Va. 
—Born, Campbell, Va.; U. of Va. (full 
course); Stud. Hebrew and Theol. under Dr. 
Ramsay, Lynchburg. Va. and Dr. Mcll- 
waine, H.-S. College; Ord. 1871, Pby. of 
Montgomery; P. Orange C. H. and Gordans- 
ville, Va., 7 yrs.; Roanoke. Va., 2 yrs.; 
Three, Consords. one Campbell, one, Char- 
lotte, one, Appomattox 7 yrs.; Roanoke, 2 
yrs.; High Point, N. C, 2 yrs.; Teacher 
about 15 yrs. ; written many articles for new.s- 
papers. 

DIXON, Henderson MeCamie, Mon- 
roe, S. C— Dav. C, N. C, 1885; Stud. U. of 
N. C, '84-84-85, and Prin. T. S., '85-88; 
Ord. — ; P. Monroe and S. S. Alton, N. 
C— . 

DIXON, John Howie, Florence, S. C. 
—Born, Mecklenburg Co., N. C; U. of N. 
C, 1879; Un. T. S., Va.. '81; Lie. April 16, 
'81, Pby. of Mecklenberg; Ord. Dec. 4, '84, 
Pby. of Louisville; Teacher and S. S. Ruth- 
erfordton. N. C, '81-82; S. S. Gaffney City, 
S. C, '82-83; P. Munfordville. Ky., ''83-85; 
S. S. Carrollton, Mo., '85-86; P. Gainesville 
Ch.. Ga.. '86-88; S. S. Sparta. Ga., '88; P. 
Florence, S. C, Nov., '88—. 

DOAK, Alexander M., ^7. Clair, Tenn. 
—Ord. Pby. of Holston. 1872; P. Leesburg 
and Prosedena. Tenn. 

DOAK, A. Sidney, Mossy Creek, Tefin. 
— Born. Washington Co., Tenn., Sept. 11, 
1846; Un. T. S., Va.. '73; Lie. April. '75. 
Ord. Sept., '96. Pby. of Holston; P. Weath- 
erford and Graham Citv, '76-77; P. Unity, 
North Bosque and Hamilton. Tex., '78-80; 



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Ev. Pby. of Central Texas, '81; P. Eatonton 
and Monticello, Ga., '86-88; P. Valley Creek 
and Alabama St., Selma, Ala., '88-93; P. 
Woodlawn and Pratt City, Ala., '94; P. 
Mossy Creek, Rutledge, Newport and White 
Pine, Tenn., '94 — . 

DOBBS, Chaples Holt, Sr., Rkhlands, 
IV. Va. — Born, St. Francisville, La., June 27, 
1835; Centre C, Ky., B. A., '69; Stud. Dan. 
T. S., Ky., '69-61; Lie April, '61, Pby. of 
Transylvania; Ord. June, '61, Pbv. of Cen- 
tral Mississippi; P. Bottom and Dry Creek, 
Miss., '61-63; Chapl. 12th Miss. Regiment, 
'63 — ; Teacher and Preacher, Miss., to June, 
'66; M. and Ev. Miss., '66-67; P. Washing- 
ton, Ky., June, '67 to July, '74; H. M. and 
Ev. Pby. of Central Texas, '74-76; P. Robin- 
son, 6 yrs. and Ev. H. M. in same district to 
June, '92; P. Richlands and Lacy, W. Va., 
July, '92 — ; author, two tracts: "Abrahamic 
Covenant," (.05); "Appeal to Young Minis- 
ters," (.05); "New Things," in MSS. 

DOBBS, Charles Holt, Jp., Carthage, 
N. C. — Born, Mississippi; Central U., Kv., 
B. A., 1890; Un. T. S., Va.; Lie. '93, Pby. 'of 
Greenbrier; Ord. '93, Pby. of Lexington; P. 
McDowell and WilliamsvilUe, Va., '93-97; 
P. Carthage and Bethesda, N. C, Jan., 
'97—. 

DOBYNS, Wm. Ray, Marshall, Mo. 
— Born, Columbus. Mo., May 17, 1861; 
Westm. C, Mo., '83-86; McC. T. S., Chi- 
cago, '89; Lie. April 18, '87, Pby. of St. 
Louis; Ord. Mav 17, '89, Pby. of Chicago; P. 
Immanual Ch.," Chicago, '89-94; P. 1st Ch. 
Marshall, Mo., '91—; Financial Sec. West- 
minster College, Mo., '90-91; Ed. St. Louis 
Presbyterian; '95-97; Director Lv. T. S., 
Louisville, Ky., from its organization — ; 
Trustee Syn. College for Young Women, 
Fulton, Mo., '93—. 

DODGE, Wm. Henry, Jacksotiville, Fla. 
—Born, Barnesville, Ga.; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1871, D. D., '89; Col. T. S., S., C, '74; 
Lie. May 10, '73, Pby. of Macon, Ord. Nov. 
8, '74, Pby. of Florida; P. Newman St. Pbn. 
Ch., Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 3, '76 — . 

DOGGETT, J. P., Kershaw, S. C— Born, 
Sullivan Co., Tenn.; King C, Tenn., 2 yrs.; 
Un. T. S., Va., 2 yrs.; Lie '89, Pby. of Ab- 
ingdon; Ord. '90, Pby. of Holston; P. New 
Providence, '90-92; S. S. Jonesboro, Lees- 
burg, Providence and Rlieatown, '92-96; P. 
Kershaw and Beaver, S. C, Oct. 1, '96 — ; 
Prin. Acd. Bristol, Tenn., 19 j^rs. 

DOGGETT, Mapshall Wellington, 

Bmiington, N. C. — Born, Silvicola, Tenn.; 
King C, Tenn., B. A., 1881; Un. T. S., Va., 
'84; Ark. 'C, Ark., D. D., '94.; Lie May, 
'84, Ord. April, '86, Pbv. Abingdon; P. 
Tazewell C. H., Liberty Hill and Thompson 
Valley, Va., '84-91; Ev. Svn. of Georgia, '91- 
93; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Fort Worth, Texas, '94- 
96; Traveling in Mexico and resting in 
mountains of Va., '96; P. Burlington, N. C, 
'97—. 
DOGGETT, Wm. Thorington, Dan- 



ville, Fa.— Born, Guilford Co., N. C; Earl- 
ham C, B. A., 1878; Stud. Prin. T. S., '81- 
83; Lie. April, '84, Pby. of White Water; 
Ord. May, '85, Pby. of South Dakota; H. M. 
Blunt, S. D., '86-86; H. M. Crystal Falls, 
Mich., '86-87; H. M. Volga and White, S. 
D., '87-88; City M. of 1st Pbn. Ch., Danville, 
Va., '88-89; P. Shelton Mem. Ch., Danville, 
Va., '89— and S. S. Franklin St. Ch., Dan- 
ville, Va., '93—. 

DONALDSON, Newton, Huntington, IV. 
I'a. — Born, Venango Co., Pa.; W. and J C 
Pa., B. A. and M. A., 1879; Wn. T. S., Pa., 
'83; Lie. April 26, '82, Pby. of Clarion; Ord. 
April 26, '83, Pbv. of St. Clairsville; P. 
Washington, O., '83-87; P. Bellevue, Pa., 
'87-93; P. Huntington, W. Va., '93—. 

DORRITTEE, Jas. A., Charlotte, N. C, 
—Ord. 1897, Pby. of Mecklenburg—. 

DOUGLAS, James, Blackstock, S. C. 
—Born, Fairfield Co., S. C; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A., 1849; Col. T. S., S. C, '62; Lie '52; 
Ord. '53, Pby. of Bethel, S. C; P. Lancas- 
terville and Waxhaw, '62-66; P. Zion and 
Winnsboro, S. C, '56-63; Pres. Yorkville 
Female College, S. C, '70-75; P. Mt. Olivet 
Ch., Blackstock, S. S., '78—. 

DOUGLAS, RuthepfOPd E., Nicholas- 
ville, Ky. — Born, Pisgah, Ky.; Central U., 
Ky., B. S., 1889; Louisv. Hosptl. C. of Med- 
icine, M. D., '91; Un. T. S., Va., '94; Lie 
Mav, '93, Pby. of Lexington; Ord. Sept. '94, 
Pby. of West Lexington; S. S. Salem, Mt. 
Tabor and Walnut Hill, '94-95; P. Nicholas- 
ville, Ky., '96 — ; Mod. of West Lexington 
Pby., '96. 

DOWNING, Wm. Leandep, Harrison, 
Ark.— Born, Chester, S. C; Stud. S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn., 1884-86; Stud. Theol. under Rev. 
A. R. Kennedy. D. D., '86-88; Lie April, 
'88, Pbv. of Arkansas; Ord. Oct., '88, Pby. 
of Washbourne; S. S. Yellville, Ark., '88-94; 
S. S. Dodd City, Ark., '89-94; S. S. Harrison 
and New Hope, Ark., '88 — , and Pres Harri- 
son College and Normal Institute for Ladies, 
Harrison, Ark., '96 — ; Engaged in H. M. 
work; organized a Ch. and collegiate insti- 
tute; Corns, to Gen. Assemblv, Macon, 
Ga., '94. 

DOYLE, Geo. A., Clarksbtirg, W. Va. 
— Memb. Pby. of Lexington. P. Central Ch., 
Clarksburg, and P. Philippi, W. Va.— . 

DOZIER, Wm. Edwin, Carrollton, Ga. 
— Born, La Grange, Ga., Aug. 26, 1865; Stud. 
Ga. State U., '75-76; Stud. Theol. privately; 
Lie Oct., '86, Ord. Oct., '87, Pby. of At- 
lanta; P. Ebenezer, Greenville, Friendship 
and Mountville, '86-94; P. Austell and Car- 
rollton, Ga., '94-97; P. Carrollton and Villa 
Rica, Ga., '97—. 

DREW, Thos., Chase City, Fa.- Memb. 
Pby. of Roanoke; P. Chase City; S. S. Clarks- 
ville, Bluestone and Boydton, Va. — . 

DuBOSE, H. C, Soochozv, O/wa.- Memb. 
Pby. of Pee Dee; My. to China, Nov. 2,. 
1869—; Title of D. D." 



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DuBOSE, Robert Means, Courlland, 
AUx.—Wnw, Liberlv Hall, vS. C; I', of S. C; 
Col. T. S.. S. C, 1H74; I,ic. 7H, Pby. of Har- 
mony; Ord. '7<), Phy. of North Alabama; P. 
Decatur, Ala.; I?ethany, Tenii.; Ev. Pby. of 
North Alabama; 4th Ch., Louisville, Ky.; 
Fayetteville, Tenn.; Anni.ston, Ala. — . 

DUCKALL, John McCarty, Berkely 
Sprhii^s, //'. /'(/. — Born, Berkely Springs, 
Va.; Stud. I'n. T. S., Va., 1881-84; Uc. and 
Ord. '8t, Pbv. of Winchester; P.Petersburg, 
W. Va., '81-89; Patterson Creek, W. Va., 
'89-W; P. Bluefield and Princeton, W. Va., 
'90-94; P. Bramwell, W. Va.; S. S. Graham 
and Pocahontas, Va., '90-92; Memb. Pby. of 
Winchester — . 

DUDLEY, Charles Rufus, Gonzales, 
77m-.— Born, Jackson, Miss.; Wesl. U., Ala., 
B. A. and D. D.; Stud. Theol. in St. Louis, 
Mo., under several pastors; Lie April 20, 
1877. Ord. April 18, '78, Pby of St. Louis; 
P. Olivet, Mo., '77-82; P. Cry.stal Springs, 
Miss., '82-88; P. Corsicana, Tex., '88-90; P. 
Abilene, Tex., '90-92; S. S. Hillsboro and 
Tyler, Tex., '92-9fi; P. Gonzales, Tex., 
'96—. 

DUNCAN, John C, Camden, .//«.— Born, 
Chambers Co., Ala.; Chicago Congrl. T. S., 
1877; Ord. April 21, '82, Pby. of East Ala- 
bama; S. S. Greenville, Sandy Ridge, Hayne- 
ville, Camden, Lower Peach Tree, Troy, Can- 
ton Bend, Ala.; P. Greenville, Ala.. '80-86; 
P. Camden, '86-89. 

DUNCAN, M. F., Forsyth, Ga. 

DUNCAN, W. W., Chalianooga, Tenn. 
—Born, Keytsville, Mo.; (?) Centre C, Ky., 
1860; P. Perrysville, Springfield, Taylorsville, 
Hopkinsville and Columbus, Ky.; Memb. 
Pby. of Louisville — . 

DUNLOP, James E., Church, S. C. 
—Born, York Co.; S. C. C, 1851; U. of Va., 
'54; Col. T. S., S. C, '67; Lie '56, Pby. of 
Bethel; Ord. '60. Pby. of Florida; P. Beach 
Island, '57; M. Bethel Pby., '53; M. on Miss- 
issippi River, '69; S. S. Marion, S. C, '60; 
P. Bainbridge, Ga., '60-65; P. Marion, S. C, 
'66-82; P. Kentvre, Carolina and Pee Dee, 
S. C, '82-87; P.' Marion, S. C, '87-90; P. In- 
diantown, Williamsburg, Union and Central, 
S. C, '90 — ; Soldier in Confed. Army, and 
Col. of Cavalry. 

DUNWODY, J. B., Walterboro, S. C. 
Memb. Pby. of Charleston — . 

DUNNING, J. S,, Plaquemine, /,«.— Born, 
New York; Prin. U.; Mc. C. T. S., Chicago; 
P. Vinton and Jefferson, la., and S. S. 
Plaquemine, La. — . 

DUPUY, Benjamin Hunter, Water Vat- 
lev, Miss. — Born, Prince PMward Co., Va.; 
H.-S. C, Va., 1878; Un. T. S.. Va., '76; Lie 
'76, Pby. of Roanoke; Ord. '76, Pby. of East 
Hanover; P. Powhatan and S. S. W'illis, Va., 
'76-83; Ev. Pbv. of Western District, '83- 
84; P. 2d Ch.,St. Joseph, Mo., '84-86; P. 
Carrollton, Mo., '86-88; P. Higginsville, 
Mo., '88-93; P. E. Waxahachie, Tex., '94; 
P. Water Valley, Miss., June, '94—. 



EAGLETON, George Ewing, Ladonia, 
Tex. — Born, Murfreesboro, Teim., Dec. 
31, 1831; Union U., B. A., '51, and M. 
A.; Un. T. S., N. Y., '54; Lie. '53, Pby. of 
Shiloh; Ord. '55, Pby. of Newton; P. Macon, 
etc., '55; P. Richland, Tenn., '5«)-58; P. Pe- 
tersburg, etc., Teim., '59-()l; P. Concord, N. 
C, '65-68; P. Mt. Holly, Ark., '1)8-78; Prin. 
Ouachita Seminarv, Ark., to '84; P. Ladonia, 
Tex., '84; Chapl. C. S. A. 

EAKINS, William Jasper, Richmond, 
Ala. — Born, Sumter Co., Ala.; Oxford C, 
Ala., B. A.; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., -1%, vrs.; 
Lie. May 18, Ord. Nov. 6, '97, Pby. of Tus- 
caloosa; S. S. and P. Centre Ridge Group, 
Ala., Dec, '97—. 

EDDY, George T., Booneville, TJ/o.— Born, 
Belvidere, 111.; Prin. U., B. A., 1886, M. A., 
'89; Prin. T. S., '90; Lie and Orrl. April 23, 
'90, Pby. of New Brunswick; P. Beverly, N. 
J., '91-95; A. P. Washington and Compton 
.A.venueCh., St. Louis, Mo., '95-97; P. Boone- 
ville, Mo., '97 — . 

EDMISTON, George Lee, Nevada, Mo. 
—Born, Clay Co., Mo.; Wm. C, Mo., B. S.; 
Prin. T. S., 1895; Lie '95; Ord. '96, Pby. of 
Lafayette; P. Odessa, Mo. 

EDMUNDS, Nicholas Wm., Smnter, S. 
C— Born, Richland Co., S. C; Col. C, S. C, 
B. A., 1862; Dav. C, N. C, D. D., '92; Col. 
T. S., S. C, '65; Lie '55, Pby. of Charleston; 
Ord. '69, Pby. of Harmony; S. S. Sullivan's 
Island, 3 mos.; Chapl. and Prof. Limestone 
Female College to '61; Chapl. and Prof. Bon- 
hamsville Female College, S. C, to '67; S. S. 
Cheraw, S. C, 6 mos.; P. Aimwell and Cen- 
tre Point to '7T5; Tea. Sumter Female Inst, to 
'80; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Sumter, S. C, '80—; 
Chapl. by State Coms. during the war. 

EGGLESTON, R. Beverly, loir Court 
Street, Portsmouth, Va. — Born, Nottoway 
Co., Va.; H.-S. C, Va.; Un. T. S., Va., 1891; 
Lie April, '91, Ord. Sept., '91, Pby. of West 
Hanover; P. Gordonsville, Va., to '95; P. 
Liberty Ch., Bedford City, Va., '95-97; P. 
Court Street Ch., Portsmouth, Va., Sept., 
'97—. 

ELDER, John Marshall Wright, Put- 
neys, Ta.- Born, Yorkville, S. C, Aug. 19, 
1866; Stud, under his father, a graduate of 
Indiana U.; Un. T. S., Va., '94; Lie May, 
'94, Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ord. June, '94, 
Pby. of Roanoke; S. S. Lunenburg C. H., 
'9t-96; Ebenezer, '95-9(5; P. Bethlehem and 
Buffalo, Va., '94—; also S. S. Rough Creek, 
'97, and Oak View Chap; Miss, of Bethlehem 
Ch.,'94 — ; Lay P'v. before entering Seminary. 

ELDRIDGE, Wm. Moseley, Troy, Ky. 
— Born, Buckingham Co., Va.; Va. Mil. Inst. 
2 vrs.; H.-S. C, Va., 2 vrs.; Vn. T. S., Va., 
1890; Lie April, '90, Pbv. of Roanoke; Ord. 
Mav, '90, Pbv. of Transvlvania; P. Hillsboro, 
Te.x., '90-91;' P. Carthage, N. C, '91-95; Ev. 
Pby. of Fayetteville, '95-96; P. Troy, Ky., 
•96—. 

ELWANG, Wm. Wilson, Orlando, Fla. 
—Born, St. Louis, Mo.; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
Ph.B., 1887; Col. T. S., S. C, '88; Lie June 



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8, '88, Ord. June 10, '88, Pby. of New Or- 
leans; P. Mem. Ch., New Orleans, La., '88- 
90; P. Cuthebert, Ga., '90-91; P. Orlando, 
Fla., '91 — ; author on "The Authenticity of 
Isaiah, 24-27," and the "Canon of the Old 
Testament;" Mod. Synod of Florida, '94; 
Com. Gen. Assembly, '94; Mem. Board of 
Directors Col. T. S., S. C, '96—. 

ENGLE, S. Moore, Oakland, A/d.—Born, 
Near Harper's Ferrv, W. Va.; H.-S. C, Va., 

B. A., 1888; Un. T. S., Va., '91; Lie and Ord. 
June, '91, Pby. of Winchester; P. Falling 
Water Ch., near Martinsburg, W. Va., '91- 
94; P. Oakland, Md., '94—. (This Ch. about 
to unite with Peidmont Ch., W. Va. ) 

ENGLISH, Thomas Reese, Hampden- 
Sidney, Va. — Born, Sumter Co., S. C; Dav. 

C, S. C, B. A., 1872, D. D., '90; Col. T. S., S. 
C., '75; Lie. April II, '74, Pby. of Harmony; 
Ord. April 22, '77, Pby. of Macon; Ev. Pbv. 
of Charleston, '75-7«; P. Cuthbert, Ga., '7«)- 
80; P. Yorkville, S. C, '80-93; Prof. Eng., 
Bible and Pastoral Theol., Union Theo. Sem., 
Va., '93 — ; author miscellaneous articles in 
reviews. 

ENLOE, Asahel, Umatilla, Fla.— Born, 
York Co., S. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1847; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '51; Lie '51, Ord. '52, Pby. 
of Bethel; P. Mt. Bethel, S. C, Water Val- 
ley, Waterford, Spring Creek, Sand Springs, 
Springport, Long Creek, Miss.; P. Harpeth, 
Newhope, Unity, Swan Creek, Tenn.; P. 
Aaron, Tangerine, Umatilla, Aston Park, Fla. 

EPES, Theodpiek Pryop, Blackslone, 
Va. — Born, Nottoway Co., Va.; W. and L. 
U.,Va.,B. A.,I874;H.-S. C, Va., D. D., '97; 
Un. T. S.,Va., '79; Lie. May, '79, Pby. of 
East Hanover; Ord. April, '80, Pby of West 
Hanover; Ev. in Madison, Greene and Rap- 
pahannock Cos., Va., '79-80; P. Greenwich 
Ch., Va., '81-83; P. Manchester Ch., East 
Hanover Pby., '83-87; P. Woodstock Ch., 
Winchester Pbv., '87-90; P. Nottoway Ch., 
East Hanover Pby., '91— . 

EPPERSON, Charles Campbell, 2217 
Ave. S., Birmingham, Ala. — Born, Mor- 
gan Co., Ala.; Stud. Div. Sch., S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn.; Lie. '93, Ord. '94, Pby. of North 
Alabama; P. Lacon, since '94, giving half 
time to Limestone, Fairview and Somerville, 
'94^97; P. Childersburg, Oxmore, Parkwood 
and Hardic Chapel, Ala., '97—. 

ERVIN, Erasmus Ellerbe, De Funiak 
Springs, Fla. — Born, Clarendon Co., S. C; 
Dav. C., N. C, B. A., 1872; Stud. Col. T. S., 
S. C. and Un. T. S., Va.; Ord. '75, Pby. of 
Mecklenburg, N. C; P. Little Brittain and 
Rutherfordton, N. C, '75-76; P. Salem, 
Union and Walnut Hill, Ky., '76-80; P. 
Washington, Kv., '80-83; P. Paint Lick, Ky., 
'83-87; P. Shelby, Grover, N. C. and King's 
Mountain, S. C, then Shelby and Ruther- 
fordton, N. C, lyi. yrs.; P. Farnsdale and 
Demopolis, Ala., 1 yr.; P. Pisgah, Ky., 6 yrs. 
to Jan. 1, '97; S. S. De Funiak Springs and 
Magnolia, Fla., '97 — . 

ERVIN, Samuel B., Mexico, Mo.—Bom, 
Glenville, W\ Va.; Ark. C, B. A., 1880, M. 



A., '86; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '80-82; Lie. 
June 15, '82, Ord. April 21, '83, Pby. of Ar- 
kansas; P. Van Buren, Alma and Charleston, 
then Alma, Mt. Zion and Prosperity, Pby. of 
Washburn; P. Cleburne, Tex.; P. Walker, 
Westminster, Bethany, Papinville, Laniont, 
Pilot Grove and Prairie Lick, Mo.; P.West- 
minster and Concord, Mo.; P. Bethel, Lad- 
donia, Vandalia and New Bloomfield, Mo.; 
engaged chiefly in publishing and selling 
books. 

ERWIN, Thomas Washington, Sher- 
man, Texas. — Born, North Carolina; Rec. 
into Dallas Pby. from Bethel Pby. May 10, 
1879; Financial Agt. of Austin C, Sherman, 
Texas — . 

EVANS, Joseph, Clinton, N. C— Memb. 
Pby. of Orange; P. E. Milton and Grier's, 
N. C. and S..-S. Gilead, N. C— . 

EVANS, Joseph Madison, Maysville, 
Ky. — Born, Nicholas Co., Ky., Dec. 21, 
1836; Center C, Ky., B. A., '62, M. A., '65; 
Dan. T. S., Ky., '65; Lie April, '64, Ord^ 
May, '65, Pby. of Ebenezer; P. Mayslick, 
'65-74; Ev. Ebenezer and West Lexington 
Pbys., 1 yr. ; P. Augusta and Sharon, Ky., 
'75-83; Ev. for many years in Kentucky, W. 
Va., Ala., Tenn., Miss.; preached 11,268 
times and been present when 7,605 have 
united with the Presbyterian Church. 

EVANS, Richard Riley, Germantown, 
Tenn. — Born, South (now De Kalb Co.) Co., 
Tenn., 1818; Centre C, Kv., B. A., '46; Prin. 
T. S., 1 yr., '49; Lie. July 21, '49, Pby. of 
Western District; Ord. Sept. 8, '50, Pby. of 
N. D.; P. Salem, Tenn., Sept. 3, '50 (for one- 
half time); P. Germantown, Tenn., '50 — ; 
served other Chs. for different periods. 

EVANS, Wm. Wallace, Carrollton, Ky. 
— Born, Nicholas Co., Ky.; Centre C, Ky., 

B. A.; Han. C, Ind., D. D., 1892; Col. T.S., 
S. C, '71; Lie. '70, Ord. '72, Pby. of Eben- 
ezer; P. Crittenden, Kv., '72-74; S. S. Cat- 
lettsburg, Ky., '74-76; P. Clinton, Ky., '76- 
86; Ev. '87-90; P. Carrollton, Ky., '91—; 
Trustee Hanover Co., Ind., '92 — . 

EWING, Cecil Lee, Van Alstyne, Texas. 
—Born, Rose Hill, Va., May 3, 1851; King 

C, Tenn., B. A., '72, M. A. '73; Un. T. S., 
Va., '74; Lie. May, '74, Pby. of Holston; 
Ord. '74, Pby. of Nashville; P. Madison, '74- 
79; P. New Providence, '85-90; P. Ballinger, 
'90-96; P. Van Alstyn, Tex., '96—; also, S. 
S. Armitage and Hendersonville, Pby. of 
Nashville, Coleman and Comanche, Pby. of 
Central Texas and Collinsville, Pby. of Dal- 
las. 

EWING, Flavius Lyle, Ripley, Tenn. 
—Born, Farmington, Tenn.; Ms. C, Tenn., 
1859; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., D. D., '91; Stud. 
Un. T. S., N. Y., '59-61; Lie Oct., '61, Ord. 
April, '62, Pby. of North Alabama; S. S. Pe- 
tersburg, Lincoln Co. and Lynnville, Giles 
Co., '62-64; S. S. Bethbirei and Richland, 
'63-64; S. S. Richland, Tenn., '65; S. S. 
Pulaski, Tenn., '66-70; Ass't-P. Huntsville, 
Ala., '70-71; S. S. Talladega, Ala., '71-72; P. 
Talladega, '72-84; S. S. Covington, Tenn., 



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'86 and P. '97; P. E). Ripley, Tenn. (and 
other Chs. ) '97 — ; spent 10 mos. traveling in 
Europe and the Holy Land; Pub. some 
articles on Travel. 

EWING, Thompson R., IVetheredville, 
Md. — Born, Young Tp., Indiana Co., Pa.; 
W. C, Pa.; B. A., 1863; W. and J. C, Pa., 
D. D.. '86; Wn. T. S., Pa., '68; Uc May 9, 
'67, Pby. of Kittanning; Ord. April 30, '68, 
Pbv. of Blairsville; P. New Alexandria, Pa., 
'68-78; Prin. Blairsville Seminary, Pa., '78- 
93; P. Salem, Pa., '86-94; S. S. Tunnelton, 
'86-86 also '94-95; S. S. Jacksonville, '86- 
92; P. Wetheredville, Md., Pbn. Ch., South, 
Oct. 1, '95—; Chapl. 10th Reg't Pa. National 
Guards, 77-79. Died, Jan. '98. 



FAIR, James Young, 2^ Oglethorpe 
Ave., West, Savannah, Ga. — Born, .\b- 
beville, S. C; Stud. Dav. C, N. C, D. 
D., 1889; Stud. U. of Va.; Col. T. S., S. C, 
'76; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '77-78; Lie. April 
10, '74, Pby. of South Carolina; Ord. April 7, 
'76, Pby. of Central Mississippi; P. Canton, 
Miss., '76-77; P. Laurens, S. C, '78-86; P. 
2d Pbn. Ch., Charlotte, N. C, '86-89; P. 
Grace St. Ch., Richmond, Va., '89-97; P. In- 
dependent Pbn. Ch., Savannah, Ga., '97 — . 

FAIR, Robert Anderson, &z^aw«a/;, Ga. 

—Born, Abbeville, S. C. ; Erskine C, S. C, 
1842, B. A., "43; Lawver 27 yrs.; Ord. '71, 
Pby. of South Carolina; S. S. Willington, 
S. C, '71-73; P. Newberry, S. C, '74-86; Re- 
signed on account of ill health. 

FAIRLEY, David, Manchester, N. C. 
— Born, Jackson Co., Miss.; Stud. Dav. C, 
N. C; Col. T. S., S. C, 1858; Lie. '68, Pbv. 
of South Carolina; Ord. '69, Pby. of Fay- 
etteville; S. S. Euphonia, 2 yrs; P. China 
Grove (35 yrs.), P. Cypress (30 yrs.), P. Ga- 
latia ( 18 yrs. ) ; P. Sandy Grove, 23, yrs. ; S. 
S. McPherson, 17 yrs., S. S. Long St., 20 
yrs. — . 

FARNSWORTH, Charles, Hazard, Ay. 
—Born, Lockport, N. Y.; Ord. Oct., 1890. 
Cumberland Valley Asso. of Congregational 
Ministers; Rec'd into Pby. of West Lexing- 
ton, Oct. 9, '97; Ev. since Ordination; S. S. 
several Chs.; Work has been chiefly to or- 
ganize; Memb. Pby. of West Lexington — . 

FARRIES, Francis Wallace, Goldsboro, 
N. C. — Born, Dumfriesshire, Scotland; Kno.x 
C, T., Can. Prin. T. S., 1867; Lie Pby. of 
New Brunswick; Ord. May 18, '68, Pby. of 
Hudson; P. Otisville, N. Y., '67-71; P. Dum- 
fries vSt. Pbn. Ch., Paris, Ont., '71-76; P. 
Knox Ch., Ottawa, Ont., Can., '75-93; P. 
Goldsboro, N. C, '93 — ; Author, many sep- 
arate sermons; Ed. "Hand-Book Pbn. Ch. 
in Canada" (Ottawa, $1.) '83. 

FARRIS, Robert P., g Lewis Park, St. 
Louis, Mo. — Born, St. I^ouis, Mo.; St. Xav- 
ier C, O., B. A., 1844; Yale C, B. A., '47; 
Wm. C, Mo., D. D., '66; Prin. T. S., '48-60; 
Lane T. S., O., '50-61; Lie. '61, Ord. '52, 
Pby. of St. Louis; P. 2d Ch., Peoria, 111., 



'53-69; P. E. 1st. Ch., St. Charles, Mo., '60- 
68; Ed. St. Louis Presbyterian, '66-96; 
Mod. Gen. Assembly Pbn. Ch. in the U. S., 
'81; Permanent Clerk Gen. Assembly in the 
U. S., '86—. 

FENNEL, H. C, Loundesville, S. C. 
— Memb. Pby. of South Carolina; P. Prov- 
idence and Warrenton, S. C — . 

FERGUSON, Angus Gray, Vernal, Miss. 
— Born, Pine Hills, N. E., Miss; "Pine Knot 
College" from 10-37 yrs. of age; "Pine 
Knot T. S.," "under my dear cousin, the 
Rev. H. C. Smith; " Lie April 6, Ord. Oct. 
9, 1895, Pby. of Tombeckbee; P. Vernal, 
Salem, Leaksville and Philadelphus Chs., 
Vernal Group, Miss., also teacher in connec- 
tion with Ch. work — ; Call to the Ministry 
came early in life; Main support of parents, 
sisters and three little brothers, during prep- 
aration for Ministry, working on the farm 
during the day and studying at night; " By 
the grace of God I got through; the Lord be 
praised ! ' ' 

FERGUSON, Angus Norman, Lauren- 

bmg, N. C— Born, Moore Co., N. C; Stud. 
Dav. C, N. C, 1856-56; and U. of N. C, '59; 
vStud. Col. T. S., S. C, '60-62; Lie. '62, Ord. 
.\pril, '66, Pbv. of Fayetteville; P. Bensalem, 
'63-70; S. S. Euphronia, '63-73; S. S. Mace- 
donia, '63-64; S. S. Montpelier, '83-90; S. 
S. Smyrna since '73, S. S. Midway since '90, 
S. S. Aberdeen since '95, S. S. Laurel Hill, 
'71-76, and P. '75 — ; Organized Midway and 
Aberdeen Chs. 

FERGUSON, Wm. Hays, St. Charles, Mo. 
—Born, West City, Mo.; Wm. C, Mo., B. 
A., 1889; Prin. T. S., '92; Lie. '90, Pby. of 
St. Louis; Ord. '92, Pby. of Missouri; S. S. 
Montgomery Citv, Mo., '92-94; P. California, 
Mo., '94-96; P. 'St. Charles, Mo. (North), 
'96—. 

FINCHER, E. Barksdale, Commerce, 
Tex. — Born, York, Ala.; Austin C, Tex., B. 
A., 1893, M. A., '94; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., 
'97; Lie. and Ord. May 26, '97, Pby. of Paris; 
P. Commerce, Tex., '97 — . 

FINLEY, George Williamson, Fishers- 
ville, Va. — Born, Yancevville, N. C, Dec. 1, 
1838; W. C.,Va., B. A. ,'58; W. and L., U.Va., 
D. D., '89; Stud. Un. T. S.; Va., '66-67; Lie. 
Oct., '67, Pby. of Orange; Ord. Oct. 20, '68, 
Pbv. of Winchester; S. S. Chs. at Gerrards- 
town. Bunker Hill and Smithfield, Va., '68-' 
70; P. Ronmev and Springfield, W. Va., 
'70-92; P. Tinkling Spring, Va., Feb. 1, 
'92 — ; Served in Confed. Army as Adjutant 
and Captain; Memb. Board of Trustees 
Hampden-Sydney College, and Union Theol. 
Sem., Va., and Pres. Board of Trustees Mary 
Bolden Seminary, Staunton, Va.; Mod. Syn. 
of Virginia, '95 — . 

FINLEY, James R., Keytesville, Mo. 
—Born, Ray Co., Crab Orchard P. O., Mo.; 
Pbn. C, Upper Mo., B. A., 1894; Lv. Pbn. 
T. S., '97; Lie. June 9, '96, Pby. of Upper 
Mis.souri; Ord. Aug. 1, '97, Pby. of Missouri; 
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FIX, John J., Petersburg, W. Fa.— Born, 
Greenville, Va.; W. and L. U., Va., 1893; 
Un. T. S., Va., '96; Lie May, Ord. Nov., '96, 
Pby. of Winchester; P. Petersburg and Bur- 
lington, W. Va., Oct. 15, '96—. 

FLEMING, John Dowell, Memphis, 
Tenn.— Born, Hopkinsville, Kv. ; S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn.; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
1893; Lie. April 14, '93, Pby. of Muhlenburg; 
Ord. Nov. 22, '93, Pby. of Potosi; P. Chees- 
ney, Ind., 5 mo.; P. Porter St. and Westmin- 
ster Chs., Memphis, Tenn., '93 — ; Also en- 
gaged in Ev. Work for the last three yrs., 
with the favor of God on His work. 

FLEMING, Robert Hanson, ^/j Harri- 
son St., Lynchburg, Va. — Born, Highland 
Co., Va.; W. and L. U., Va., B. A., 1871, D. 
D., '91; Un. T. S., Va., '74; Lie. May, Ord. 
Oct., '74, Pby. of Lexington; P. Pendleton, 
W. Va., 74-76; P. Woodstock and Strasburg, 
Va., '76-77; P. Woodstock, Va., '76-86; P. 
Gurley, Washington, D. C, '86-87; P. West- 
minster Ch., Lynchburg, Va., '77 — ; Chair- 
man Com. of Ev. Syn. of Va., '92-95; Mod. 
Syn. of Va., '94; Memb. Ex. Com. Western 
Section, Alliance of Reformed Chs.; Mid- 
shipman C. S. Navy, '64-66. 

FLINN, Hapvey Wilson, Bessemer, Ala. 
— Born, Marshall Co., Miss.; U. of Miss., B. 
A.; Prin. T. S., 1879; Lie '79, Pby. of Con- 
cord; Ord. Oct., '80, Pby. of Tombeckbee, 
Miss.; P. Okalona and West Point, Miss., 
'80-82; P. Moss Point and Mississippi City, 
Miss., about 2 yrs.; P. Carrollton Ch., New 
Orleans, La.; P. 1st Ch., Bessemer, Ala., 
'89—. 

FLINN, John Wm., Columbia, S. C. 
— Born, Marshall Co., Miss.; U. of Miss., B. 
A., 1871; Central U., Ky., D. D., '92 or '93; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '76; Stud. Free Ch. Theol. 
C, Edinburgh, Scotland, '76-76; Lie April, 
'75, Pby. of Charleston; Ord. Sept., '77, Pby. 
of Mecklenburg; P. Hendersonville, Mills 
River and Davidson River, N. C, '77-78; P. 
Mem. Ch., New Orleans, La., '78-88; Chapl. 
and Prof, of Philosophy South Carolina Col- 
lege, Columbia, S. C, '88—; Author, Numer- 
ous contributions to religious and secular 
journals. 

FLINN, Richard Orme, Cordele, Ga. 
—Born, Milledgeville, Ga.; Stud. S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn., 1886-90; Col. T. S., S. C, '94; Lie 
April, '93, Pby. of Harmony; Ord. Oct. 1, 
'94, Pby. of Atlanta; H. M. work in South 
Georgia, '92; S. S. Hephzibah, Terzah and 
Richland, near Columbia, S. C, '93-94; S. S. 
and then P. Kirkwood, Ga., Oct. 21, '94-97; 
P. E. Cordele, Ga., '98—; Mod. Atlanta Pby., 
'97; Delegate to Pan Pbn. Council, Glasgow, 
Scotland, '96; Author, "An address on the 
Personnel of the Westminster Assembl}- " 
(Pub. by Pby. in pamphlet form. ), '97. 

FLOURNOY, Paplce Poindexter, Beth- 
esda,3Id.— Born, Chesterfield, Va. ; H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., 1861, M. A., '66, D. D., '96; Stud. 
Un. T. S., Va., '61-62, '65-66; Lie April 21, 
'66, Pby. of Hanover; Ord. May 5, '69, Pby. 
of Louisville; P. Bethel, Pby. of Lexington, 



'66-67; P. Salisbury, Pby. of Lewes, '67-68; 
P. Elizabethtown, Pby. of Louisville, '68-75; 
P. Rockville and Bethesda, Md., '75-82; P. 
Springfield and Harmony, Md , '82-90; P. 
Bethesda, Md., '90—; S. C. Louisville Pby., 
'70-75; S. C. Maryland Pby., '86-97; Author, 
"Search-light of St. Hippolptus," "The 
Papacy and the New Testament in the light 
of discovery " (Fleming H. Revell Co., New 
York, Chicago, Toronto, $1.). 

FLOURNOY, Wm. Cabell, New Canton, 
Va. — Born, Prince Edward Co., Va.; Stud. 
H.-S. C, Va.; Un. T. S., Va., 1897; Lie 
April 7, Ord. Aug. 11, '97, Pby. of West Han- 
over; P. Aaron, Trinity, Scottsville and How- 
ardsville, Va., July 1, '97 — . 

FOGARTIE, James Edward, Clarks- 
ville, Tenn. — Born, Charleston, S. C; Dav. 

C, N. C, B. A., 1874; U. of N. C, M. A., 
'91, Ph. D., '92; Col. T. S., S. C, '77; Lie 
and Ord. '77, Pby. of Charleston; P. Edisto 
Island, N. C, '77-82; P. Highlands, N. C, 
'8;^86; P. Wallhalla, S. C, '86-90; P. Chapel 
Hill, N. C, '90—; Prof. Philosophy and 
Practical Theology, S. W. Pbn. University, 
Clarksville, Tenn., '96—. 

FOLSOM, J. W., Boston, Ca.— Memb. 
Pby. of Savannah — . 

FORD, Edwin Wm., Winona, Miss. 
— Born, Kosciusko, Miss.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., B. A., 1887; Un. T. S., Va., '91; Lie 
June 23, Ord. Sept. 12, '91, Pby. of Central 
Mississippi; P. Winona, Carrollton and S. S. 
Teae, Pby. of Central Miss., '91—, 

FORD, Joseph Fulton, Clio, Ala.— Bom, 
Coosa Co., Ala.; O.xford Co., Ala., B. A., 1891; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '94; Lie June 18, Ord. Nov. 
20, Pby. of South Alabama; P. Ozark, Pea 
River and Union, Ala., June 28, '94 — . 

FOREMAN, Charles P., 2310 Arch Street, 
Little Rock, Ark.— Born Ralls Co., Mo.; 
Wm. C, Mo., B. S., and later M. S.; Stud. 
Theol. under direction of Presbytery; Lie 
Dee, '94, Pby. of Missouri; Ord. Oct., '95, 
Pby. of Potosi; P. Belleview Ch., Caledonia, 
Mo.; P. Central Pbn. Ch., Little Rock, 
Ark.—. 

FOREMAN, Wm. S., 1119 Penn St., St. 
Joseph, Mo.— Born, Ralls Co., Mo.; Wm. C, 
Mo., M. A., 1889; McC. T. S., Chicago, '92; 
Lie '91, Pby. of Missouri; Ord. '93, Pby. of 
Upper Missouri; P. 2d Ch., St. Joseph, Mo., 
'93—. 

FORM AN, Ezekiel, i6igS. Franklin St., 
New Orleans, La. — Born, Mason Co., Ky.; 
Centre C, Ky., B. A., 1837, and M. A.; Ree 

D. D., Central U., Kv.; Prin. T. S., '41; Lie 
'41, 2d Pby. ot New York; Ord. '43, Pby. of 
West Lexington; P. Cabin Creek, Ky., New 
Hope, Battle Run and Upper Blue Lick, Ky., 
P. M. Station, now 4th Ch., Louisville, Ky., 
Versailles, Woodford and Harmony Chs. , Ky . , 
Richmond, Ky., Mount Pleasant, Beard and 
Bryan, Ky.; P. Memorial Ch., New Orleans, 
La. — ; Author, several memorial sermons, 
' 'Andrew Steele, 1845; " " Judge Samson and 
Wife;" "Mr. Mumford," and "Rev. Thos. 
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FORSYTH, Wm. Kenneth, Coybin, A>. 
— Born, Rosshire, Scotland; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1893; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 2 vrs. ; Ev. Pbn. 
T. S., Ky., '91); Lie June 15,' '9(5, Pby. of 
Transylvania; Ord. July Ti, '9(i, Pby. of Tran- 
sylvania.; P. Corbin. Ky., and 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Pineville, Ky., I\lay lo,''9()— . 

FOSTER, J. S., Franklin, 7 enn .—Born, 
Mobile, Ala.; S. W. Pbn. V., Tenn., M. A., 
1891; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '94; 
Lie. April, '94, Pby. of Nashville; Ord. Nov., 
'94, Pby. of North Mississippi; P. Senatobia, 
Miss., '94-9(5; P. Franklin, Tenn., June 3, 
'9«>— . 

FOSTER, Sterling Johnson, Memphis, 
Lickcn P. ()., Tenn. — Born, Union Springs, 
Ala.; S. W. Pbn. U.. Tenn., B. A., 1889; 
Prin. U., M. A., '92; Prin. T. S., '92; Ord. 
May, '92, Pbv. of Columbia; P. Mt. Pleas- 
ant, Tenn., '92-93; Traveled in Scotland and 
Continent and Palestine, '93-94; P. Idlewild 
Ch., Memphis, Tenn., '95 — ; Mod. of Synod, 
'97; Memb. Com. of Education. 

FOSTER, Wm. Clark Coolidge, Birch 
Church, Tenn. — Born, Wetumpka, Ala.; Ox- 
ford C, Ala., B. A., 1885; Div. Sch. S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., '87; Lie June, '87, Pby. of 
East Alabama; Ord. Apr. 23, '88, Pby. of Ath- 
ens; P. Mayesville, Thyatii-a, Jeffersonville 
and Mizpah, Ga., '88-89; Mallard Creek, N. 
C, '89-90; Olney and Union, N. C, '90-93; 
Paw Creek and Cook's Memorial, '93-97; P. 
Birch Church and Cornersville, Tenn., May, 
'97—. 

FOX, David W., Red Springs, N. C. 
—Born, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Amh. C, B. A., 
1862; Un. T. S., N. Y., '(55; Lie June, '(55, 
Congl. Asso. of New York and Brooklyn; 
Ord. Aug. 15, 't)5; East Congl. Association; 
P. Newton, Conn. (Congl. Ch.), '(55-(57; P. 
S. Royalton St. Congl. Ch., '(58-70; P. Pbn. 
Ch., Flanders, N. J., '70-84; S. S. Pbn. Ch., 
Lyndhurst, N. J., '85-86; Tea. Normal and 
Agricultural Inst., Hampton, Va., '87-89, P. 
Pbn. Ch., Warrensburgh, N. Y., '90-92; S. 
S. Rockingham, Jackson Springs, Elisha 
Springs, Mark's Creek and Mt. Carmel, N. 
C, '92-95; S. S. Rockingham, Lumberton 
and Jackson Springs, N. C, '95-97; P. Red 
Springs and Antioch, N. C, Oct., '97 — . 

FRANKLIN, B. H., Han^chow, China. 
— S. W. Pbn. U., 1887-90; Memb. Phy. of 
Nashville; My. to China, March 13, '93—. 

ERASER, A. M., Staunton, Pa.— Memb. 
Pby. of Lexingtmi; P. 1st Ch., Staunton, 
Va.— . 

ERASER, Chalmers, Atlanta,Ga.—?,ox\\, 
Jacksonville, Fla.; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1882; 
Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, 1 yr.; Prin. T. S., '87; 
Lie. '87, Pby. of Atlanta; Ord. April 27, '88; 
P. Chickamauga, '87-88; P. Olivet Ch., Mc- 
Connellsville, S. C, '89-91; P. Georgia Ave. 
Ch., Atlanta, Ga., '91—. 

ERASER, Georg-e, Croivley, Za.— Memb. 
Pb}'. of Louisiana; Teacher and S. S. — ; Re- 
ceived degree of D. D. 

ERASER, Simon, Noxville, 7>.r.— Memb. 
Pby. of Western Texas — . 



FRENCH, Junius Butler, Fort Worth, 
Tex. — Born, San Antonio, Tex.; Roa. C, 
Va., B. A., 1879; Un. T. S., Va., '83; Lie. and 
Ord. Oct. 27, 'H3, Pbv. of West Texas; P. San 
Marcos, Tex., '83-87; P. Tustin, Tex., '87-90; 
P. Broadway Pbn. Ch., Fort Worth. Tex., 
'90-. 

FRIEND, Wm. S., Ronmey, IV. Va. 
-Born, Charlotte Co., Va.; H.-S. C, Va., B. 
A., 1885; Un. T. S., Va., Class of '89; Lie. 
May, '88, Pby. of Roanoke; Ord. Pby. of 
Fayetteville; P. Buffalo, N. C, 3 nios., '89; S. 
S., Chatham, Va., 4 mos.; S. S. Mercy Seat, 
(^ak Level and Meadville, 1 yr.; Head In- 
structor of Chester Springs High School, 
Black Walnut, Va., 3 yrs. ; Prin. Potomac 
Academy, Romney, W. Va., '96 — . 

FRIERSON, D. E., Shelbyville, Aj'.— Born, 
Marion, S. C; Dav. C, N. C, 1886; Col. T. 
S., S. C, '80; Lie. '80, Pbv. of South Carolina; 
Ord. '80, Pby. of Abingdon; P. Marion, Va., 
'80-85; P. Lewisburg, W. Va., '85-89; P. 
vShelbyville, Ky., '89—. 

FRIERSON, Wm. James, Culleoka, 
Tenn.—Y,ox\\, Massy Co., Tenn.; Ord. 1886, 
Pby. of Maur\' (once a part of Columbia 
Pby.); P. Ebenezer, Cathey's Creek, Peters- 
burg, Unity, Culleoka, 2d Ch., Columbia, 
Tenn., and Greensboro, Ala. Retired. 

FRIERSON, Wm. Vincent, Tupelo, Miss. 
— Born, Greensboro, Ala., March 12, 1841; 
Lagrange Synl. C. , Tenn. , '59-61 ; Stud. Theol. 
under Pby. of Chickasaw; Lie. '82. Ord. '83, 
Pby. of Chickasaw; P. Pontotoc and Oak 
Grove, '83-94; S. S. Tupelo and Providence, 
Miss., '94 — ; Pres. Chickasaw Female Col- 
lege, Miss., '77-90. 

FULTON, Darby M., Darlington, S. C. 
—Born, Kingston, S. C; Pbn. C, S. C, B. 
A., M. A., 1891; Col. T. S., S. C, '95; Lie. 
'94, Pby. of Enoree; Ord. April, '95, Pby. of 
Pee Dee; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Darlington, S. C, 
'95—; Also S. S. Hopewell Ch., S. C, 2 yrs., 
during Seminary Course. 

FULTON, R, L., Easton, C^.- Memb. 
Pby. of Atlanta; S. S. Rock Spring, Ga.— . 

FULTON, Samuel P., Okazaki, Japan. 
—Born, Williamsburg Co., S. C, Aug. 17, 
1854; Pbn. C, S. C, B. A., '84; Col. T. S., S. 
C, '87; Lie. April 9, '86, Ord. April 13, '88, 
Pby. of Enoree; P. Zion Ch., Lowrysville, S. 
C; My. to Japan, April 10, '88—; At home 
on a furlough — . 



GAGE, Daniel Shaw, Fulton, Mo. 
— Born, Calvars- (now Robertsville), 
Mo.; Wm. C, Mo., B. A., 1889, M. A., 
'91; Stud. MeC. T. S., Chicago, 1 vr.; Lie. 
Sept. '95, Pby. of Springfield; Ord. Nov., 
'95, Pby. of Mi.ssouri; S. S. Westminster and 
Mokane, Mo.; Prof. Greek Lang., Westmin- 
ster College, Fulton, Mo., Sept. '90—; 
reared in tiie Northern Ch., but transferred 
membership to Southern, '95. 

GAILLARD, James H., Baldwyn, Miss. 
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1856; Col. T. S., S. C, '59; Uc Mav, '59, 
Ord. April, '60, Pby. of Chickasaw;' S. S. 
Zion, Miss., 12 yrs.; Ev. Chickasaw Pby. 4 
yrs.; S. S. Oak Fore-', and Lebanon 10 yrs.; 
S. S. Unity, Zion (Baldwyn, Booneville, 
Hebron and New Hope till 2 yrs. ago), luka 
and Bethany, Mo. — ; S. C. of Chickasaw Pby. 
14 yrs. 

GAINES, Frank H., Decatur, Ala. 
—Born, Tellico Plains, Tenn.; Cumb. U., 
Tenn., B. A., 1870; Dav. C, N. C, D. D., 
'96; Un. T. S., Va., '76; Lie. '75, Pby. of 
Knoxville; Ord. '76, Pby. of Ebenezer; P. 
Hopewell and Clintonville, Ky., '76-78; P. 
Hebron, Va., '78-84; P. FalHng Spring, Va., 
'84-88; P. Decatur, Ga., '88-96; Pres. Agnes 
Scott Institute, Decatur, Ga., '96 — ; author, 
"Bible Course," Outline and Notes (Vol. I); 
"Creation to Kingdom" (Franklin Pub. 
Co., Atlanta, Ga., $1), '95. 

GALLAHER, Thomas, Rensselaer, Mo. 
—Born, Greene Co., Tenn.; Wm. C, Mo., B. 
A., 1859, D. D., '82; Stud. Theol. under J. P. 
Foreman, '67-68; Lie. April, Ord. Sept., '68, 
Pby. Palmyra; H. M. Ashley, Grassy Creek, 
Buffalo, Mo., '68-72; P. Pisgah, 111.; 72—; 
P. Lagrange and Canton, Mo., 10 yrs.; My. 
New Bloomfield, White Cloud, Augusta and 
Montgomery City, Mo.. 4 yrs.; P. Salisbury, 
Mo., 2 yrs.; S. S. Big Creek Ch. at Rens- 
selaer, Mo., Nov. '90—; author, "A Short 
Method with the Dipping- Anti-Pedobaptists" 
(Pbn. Pub. Co., St. Louis, Mo., $1.50), '78; 
son of Rey. A. G. Gallaher; two sons in the 
ministry. 

GAMMON, Samuel R., Lavras, 3Imas 
Geraes, Brazil, S. A. — King C, Tenn., B. 
A., 1896; Un. T. 8., Va.; My. to Brazil, S. A., 
April, '89—. 

GARTH, John Goodall, Humboldt, 
Tenn.— ^orn, Paducah, Ky.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., M. A.. 1894; Diy. Sch., S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., '95; Lie. April, 5, '95, Ord. July 4, 
'95, Pby. of Western District; S. S. Saltillo, 
Tenn., '95-97; S. S. New Shiloh and Brazil, 
Tenn. and P. Humbolt, Tenn., July 4, '95 — . 

GASTON, Vipgil Riley, St. Charles, S. 
<r.— Born, Reidville, S. C; Day. C, N. C, 
B. A., 1898; Col. T. S., S. C, '96; Lie. April 
18, '95, Pby. of Enoree; Ord. Oct. 9, '96, 
Pby. of Harmony; S. S. group of Chs. in 
Chesterfield Co.,"S. C, summers of '94-95; 
P. Mt. Zion Ch., Sumter Co., S. C, May 15, 
'96—. 

GAUSS, Oscar Wm., Plattsburg, Mo. 
-Born, Glasgow, Mo.; W. U., Mo., B. A., 
1863; St. L. Med. C, '65; Stud. Theol. under 
Dr. N. L. Rice, '70-71; Lie. '71, Pby. of 
Missouri; Ord. '71, Pby. of Potosi; P. Jack- 
son and Pleasant Hill, Mo., '71-72; P. 
Cape Girardeau, Mo., '73-75; P. Boonyille, 
Laf. Pby. '75-84; P. Memphis, Palmyra Pby., 
'84^85; P. Jefferson City, Kansas City Pby. 
(North), '86-89; Chapl. Mo. Penitentiary, 
Jefferson City, Mo., '88-92; P. Plattsburg, 
Pby. of Upper Mo. (South), '92—. 

GELSTON, Henry W., De Land, Fla. 
—Born, Rushville, N. Y.; U. of Mich., B. A., 



1873; Un. T. S., Va., '76; Ord. '76, Pby. of 
Detroit; P. Northyille, Mich., '76-84- P. 1st 
Pbn. Ch., DeLand, Fla., March, '85—. 

GEORGE, Robert W., Francisco P. O., 
N. C— Born, Stokes Co., N. C; Ord. Sept. 
25, 1896, Pby. of Orange; in Evangelist 
work. 

GEORGE, Wm. Thomas, 105 E. Broad- 
way, Louisville, Ky. — Born, Green Sulphur 
Springs, W. Va.; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1894; 
Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., '98; Lie. May 9, '97, 
Pby. of Greenbrier; H. M. Work, Big Spring, 
W. Va., '96 and Fayette Co., W. Va., '97. 

GHISELIN, Charles, Shepherdstown, 
IV. K«.— Born, Norfolk, Va.; H.-S. C, Va.; 

B. A., 1874, M. A., '77, D. D., '95; Un. T. S., 
Va., '80; Lie May 3, '79, Pby. of East Han- 
over; Ord. May 7, '81, Pby. of Winchester; 
S. S. Berkeley Spring, W. Va., '80-81; P. 
Berkeley Springs, W. Va., '81-83; P. Shep- 
herdstown and Kearneysville, W. Va., '83 — . 

GIBBONS, Joseph Parker, Good 
Latid, Lnd. Ter. — Born, Sumter Co., S. C; 
Batesville C; Lie Nov., Ord. April, 1886, 
Pby. of Indian; S. S. Good water with Lex- 
ington and Good Land with Cold Spring, 
lnd. Ter., '84-86, and P. '86—, except Cold 
Spring, since April, '97, and P. Holson 
Creek, lnd. Ter., '95—. 

GILKESON, Charles David, Beverly, 
IV. Va. — Born, Augusta Co.-, Va. ; W. and L. 
U., Va., 1885; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 2 yrs.; 
Prin. T. S., '91; Lie. May, '90, Ord. July 5, 
'91, Pby. of Lexington; P. Beverly, W. Va., 
July, '91 — ; Tea. 3 yrs. in the Chamberlain 
Hunt Academy, Port Gibson, Miss. 

GILL, S. S., Hickory Withe, Tenn. 
— Born, Brownsville, Tenn. ; U. of Miss., B. 
A., 1854, M. A., about '72; Dan. T. S., Ky., 
'57; Lie. '57, Ord. '59, Pby. of North Missis- 
sippi; S. S. Senatobia and Sardis, Miss., '57- 
60, also Hernando and Mt. Paran; P. E. and 
P. Hickory Withe and Macon, Pby. of Mem- 
phis, '60 — , also S. S. during this time, Ma- 
son, Danceyville, CoUierville, Big Creek and 
Oakland, Tenn. 

GILLAND, Henry Gibbs, Stimmerville, 
S. <r.— Blackstocks, S. C; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., B. A., 1876; Col. T. S., S. C, '78; 
Lie. April 15, Ord. May 31, '78, Pby. of Har- 
mony; P. Indiantown, S. C, '72-88; P. Pop- 
lar Tent, N. C, '89-92; P. Summerville, S. 

C, '92—; S. C. Charleston Pby., '96—. 

GILLESPIE, Ernest Eugene, Jefferson, 
N. C. — Born, Greensboro, N. C; Guilford 
C, B. A., 1893; U. of N. C, B. A., '94; Un. 
T. S., Va., '97; Lie. June 2, Ord. Sept. 9, '97, 
Pby. of Orange; S. S. Bennettsville, S. C, 
'96; S. S. Geneva, Ashe Co., and My. work 
in the surrounding country, '97 — . 

GILLESPIE, W. F., San Antonio, Texas. 
— Memb. Pby. of Western Texas; S. S. 
Waring, Tex. — . 

GILMER, Georg-e H., Draper's Valley, 
Fa.— Born, July 31, 1836; W. C, Va., and 
Stud, of U. of Va.; Un. T. S., Va., '62; 
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Ord. July, 4, '68, Pby. of Roanoke; P. INIer- 
cy Seat, '68-74; S. S. Draper's Valley and 
Dublin, Va., '74-83; P. Draper's Valley, 
'83 — , and River View, Va. — ; Tea. 15 yrs. in 
connection with ministerial work. 

GILMORE, J. H., Staiuiton, /Vr.— Born, 
Rockbridge Co., Va.; \V. C, Va., B. A., 
isr)<>; Un. T. S.. Va., '62; Lie. March, '62, 
Ord. '67, Pby of Lexington; P. Shemeriah 
and Fairfield', Va., '66-78, P. Falling Water 
and Tuscarora, Va., '78-89; resigned on ac- 
count of ill health. 

GILMORE, Robept Campbell, Bnms- 
-iC'ick, Cia:- — Born, Rockbridge Co., Va.; Un. 
T. S., Va., 1894; Lie. May, 93, Pby. of Lex- 
ington; Ord. Nov., '94, Pby. of Savannah; 
S. S. Bruns\\-ick, Ga., '94; P. Brunswick, 
Ga., '94—. 

GINN, Isaac M., Hope, Ark.— 'Bom, 
Elbert Co., Ga.; Og. U., Ga., 1872; Col. T. 
S., S. C, '75; Lie. April, '74, Pbv. of Au- 
gusta; Ord. Sept., '76, Pby. of Oua'chita; S. 
S. Scotland, Eldorado, Three Creeks, Eben- 
ezer and Mt. Pisgah, Ark.; S. S. New Bos- 
ton, Lacy, Corlin and Dekalb, Tex.; S. S. 
Marlbrook, Shady Grove, Hope, Dobyville, 
lona and Nashville, Ark. — ; ministerial life 
spent mostly in Ev. and H. i\L work. 

GIRARDEAU, J. L„ Columbia, S. C. 
— Memb. Pb\-. of Charleston — ; received de- 
gree of D. D. 

GLASGOW, Leonidas Kennedy, Da- 
vidson, jV. C. — Born, Newberry Co., S. C; 
S. C. C, B. A., 1857; Col. T. S., S. C, '70; 
Lie. '69, Ord. 70, Pby. of South Carolina; S. 
S. Willington, S. C, '69-70; P. WilHngton, 
S. C, '70-76; S. S. Bethel, N. C, '76-77, and 
P. '77-84; S. S. Union Ch., Va., '90-91, and 
P. '91-94. 

GLASS, Harvey, Somerset, A>.— Bom, 
Spencer Co., Kv., Feb. 20, 1843; Central C, 
Ky., B. A., '65;'H.-S. C, Va., D. D., Un. T. 
S., Va., '68; Lie. '67, Pby. of Louisville; 
Ord. '70, Pby. of Transylvania; P. New Prov- 
idence, Kv., '75-79; P. 1st Ch., Richmond, 
Ky., '79-S8; P. Somerset, Ky., '88—. 

GLASSELL, John.— Born, Fauquier Co., 
Va.; Prin. U., B. A., 1847; Ord. Pby. of Red 
River; P. Smyrna, Oxford and Bethel, La.; 
retired on account of ill health; served the 
Mansfield, La., Ch. as Elder for many years 
before ordination to the ministry. 

GOETCHIUS, Geopge Thomas, Rome, 
Ga. — Born, Columbus, Ga., 1845; U. of Ga., 
B. A., '68, M. A., '71; Pbn. C, S. C, D. D, 
'95; Col. T. S., S. C, '71; Lie '70, Pbv. of 
Augusta; Ord. '71, Pbv. of Macon; P" Al- 
bany, Ga., '71-73; P. MUledgeville, Ga., '73- 
79; P. 2d Ch., Augusta, Ga., '79-85; P. 1st 
Pbn. Ch., Rome, Ga., '85—; P. C. Synod of 
Ga., '87—; Mod. Synod of Ga., '93; Corns, to 
four Assemblies; Mod. Gen. Assembly of the 
Pbn. Ch. in the U. S., Charlotte, N. C, '97; 
of Hollander ancestry; one of the family suf- 
fered martyrdom for his protestantism, and 
for hi.^ faith has been honored to the fifth 
generation with a posterity of eminent Min- 
i.sters of the Gospel. 



GOODE, Benjamin E.. Edenton, N. C, 
—Born, Chesterheld, Va., Oct. 9, 1857; H.- 
S. C, Va.; Un. T. S., Va., '76; Lie. April 18, 
'78, Pby. of West Hanover; Ord. April 19, 
'79; S. S. Valdo.sta, Savannah Pbv., '78-79; 
P. Valdosta, '79-81; S. S. Aldersori, W. Va., 
'83-81 — ; Memb. Pby. of Greenbrier — . 

GORDON, Edwapd Cliffopd, Fulton, Mo. 
— Born, Richmond, Va.; H.-S. C, Va., D. 
D., 1886; Un. T. S., Va., '72; Lie. April, '71, 
Ord. June, '72, Pby. of Lexington; P. Leb- 
anon, Va., '72-74; Jr. P. Independent Pbn. 
Ch., Savannah, Ga., '74-80; P. Salem, Va., 
'80-88; P. Lexington, Mo., '88-92; Prof. 
W'm. C, Fulton, Mo., Aug., '92 — , and Pres. 
of the College, June, '94 — ; Author, "The 
Sunday-School Teacher's Work : What it is 
and how to do it" (Pbn. Com. of Publica- 
tion, Richmond, Va. ) 

GORDON, John B., Zoneton, A>.— Born, 
Brick Church, Tenn.; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
M. A., 1894; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Kv., '97; Lie. 
April 18, Ord. Oct. 3, '97; P. Hebron and 
Beulah, Ky., Oct., '97— . 

GORIN, Mapcellus G., 4122 Cook Ave., 
St. Louis, Mo. — Born, Louisiana, Mo.; U. of 
Mo., M. A., 1862; Wm. C, Mo., D. D., '96; 
Lie. '70, Pby. of Transylvania; Ord. "71, Pby. 
of Palm3'ra; S. S. Etna and Des Moines, la., 
";'0-72; P. Memphis, Mo., '72-84; P. Millers- 
burgh and Peniel, 111., '84; P. Louisiana, 
Mo., '85-87; P. North Pbn. Ch., St. Louis, 
Mo., '87-93; P. Cook Ave. Ch., St. Louis, 
Mo., '93 — ; Lawyer before entering the Min- 
istry. 

GOWAN, PeteP, Wesson, Miss.— Born, 
Charleston, S. C; Stud, under Rev. A. F. 
Dickson; Col. T. S., S. C, 1869; Lie. Oct. 
13, '68, Ord. Nov. 13, '70, Pby. of Charieston; 
Asst. P. Zion Calhoun St. (col.), Charleston, 
S. C, '70-73; P. Alabama vSt. Ch., Selma, 
Ala., '73-86; P. Aberdeen, Miss., '8(>-91; P. 
Wesson, Miss., '91—; Confed. Army 4 yrs. 

GRAFTON, C. W., Union Churc,h Miss. 
— Born, Concord, Miss.; U. of Miss., B. A., 
1868; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., D. D., '96; CoL 
T. S., S. C, '73; Lie May, '72, Pby. of Cen- 
tral Mississippi; Ord. July, "73, P])y. of Miss- 
issippi; P. Bensalem and Union Chs., Jeffer- 
.son Co., Miss., '73 — ; Prin. Union Church 
High Sch., 10 yrs., in connection with pas- 
torate. 

GRAHAM, Alfred Thupston, Davidson, 
N. C. — Born, Winchester. \'a., June 4, 1858; 
H.-S. C, Va., B. A., '79; Un. T. S., Va., '83; 
Lie. INIav 16, '83, Pby. of Winchester; Ord. 
Nov. 22,' '83, Pbv. of Maryland; P. Rockville 
and Bethesda, ''8:^89; P. Rockville, '90-91; 
P. Davidson College Ch., Davidson, N. C, 
'91—. 

GRAHAM, Henpy Tuekep, Favetteville, 
N. d".— Born, Winchester, Va.; H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., 1886; Un. T. S., Va., '91; Lie. 
May 21, '91, Ord. June 23, '91, Pby. of Win- 
che'ster; F. M. So. Pbn. Ch. in Japan, '91-96; 
111 health 9 mos.; Asst. P. Favetteville, N. 
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GRAHAM, J. C, Summit, Miss.—Uc. 
Pby. of Yazoo; Ord. April 1, 1857, Pby. of 
New Orleans; H. M., '67; Brazos Pby., Tex., 
'58, and Eastern Texas Pby. to '61; Ev. Pby. 
of New Orleans, and P. Madisonville, La., 
Covington, La., Amite, La. ; P. Summit and 
Bogue Chitto, Miss. — . 

GRAHAM, James Robert, Winchester, 
Fa.— Born, Montgomerj', N. Y.; Un. U., N. 
Y., 1844; Prin. T. S., '50; Lie. April 19, '50, 
Pby. of Hudson; Ord. Oct. 9, '51, Pby. of 
Winchester; Asst. P. Falling Waters, Tusca- 
rora and Gerrardstown, Berkely Co., W. Va., 
'50-51; P. Kent St. Ch., Winchester, Va., 
Oct. 9, '61—; S. C. Winchester Pby. since 
April, '53; Mod. Gen. Assembly, Nashville, 
Tenn., '94. 

GRAHAM, James Robert, Jr., ( Win- 
chester, Fa.) Tsing Kiang Pn, China. — Born, 
Winchester, Va.; H.-S. C, Va. B. A.; Un. T. 
S., Va ; Lie. June, 1889, Ord. June, '89, Pby. 
of Winchester; F. M. China, Feb. 16, '89; 
Winchester, Va., at present; Expects to re- 
turn. 

GRAHAM, James W., Tampa, Fla. 
—Born, North Carolina, Jan. 19, 1814; Mi. 
U., O., B. A., '36; Lie. '71, Ord. '72, Pby. of 
South Alabama; P. in Ala. about 5 yrs., 
principally at Good Hope and Lowndesboro, 
Adams Grove and Carbon ville; P. College 
Ch., North Miss. Pby, about 6 yrs. ; P. Ripley 
and adjacent Chs., Chickasaw Pby., about 
5 yrs.; P. Braidentown, Fla., 6 yrs. 

GRANGER, M. B. W., Warsaw, Mo. 
— Born, Bladensburg, Md. ; Centre C, Ky., 
B. A., 1878, M. A., '81; Dan. T. S.. Ky., '88; 
Lie. '87, Pbv. of Transylvania; Ord. Nov., 
'88, Pby. of St. Louis; P. Pleasant Hill, Mo., 
'88; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Jackson, Mo., '88-91; 
P. Aux Vasse City, Mo., '92; P. Bellevue, 
Caledonia, Mo., '95; Synod's Ev.,'96; Prin. 
Pbl. High Sch., Bethel Springs, Tenn., '97; 
P. E. Warsaw Ch., Pbv. of Kansas Citv 
(North), '98—. (See N.'Minutes 1898. ) 

GRAVES, Fred R., jj^ Auburn Ave., 
Atlanta, 6"fl.— Born, Smithville, Ga.; S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A.. 1891; Div. Sch. S. W^ 
Pbn. v., Tenn., '93; Lie. and Ord. Oct., '93, 
Pby. of Tombeckbee; P. Aberdeen, Miss., 
'93-94; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Tampa, Fla., '94-96; 
S. S. 4th Pbn. Ch., Atlanta, Ga., '96-97, and 
P., April. '97—; Grand Nephew Rev. Joel S. 
Graves, early Missionary to India. 

GRAVES, Joseph Armstrong, Bedford 
City, Ta.- Born, Hillsboro, Va. ; W. and L. 
U., Vs., Ph. B., 1870; Un. T. S., Va., '73; 
Lie. May 29, '73, Pby. of Montgomery; Ord. 
May 28, '76, Pby. of Central Mississippi; S. 
S. Bethel, 3 mos., '73; P. E. and S. S. Pied- 
mont, '73-75; P. Raymond, S. S. Lebanon 
and Bethesda, '75-78; S. S. and P. Lebanon 
and Bethesda, '75-80; S. S. Cape Girardeau 
and Jackson, '81; S. S. Clarkton and New 
Madrid, '81-82; S. S. Green Hill, Mt. Pleas- 
ant and Pittsburg, '88 (3 mos.); S. S. Green 
Hill and Mt. Pleasant, '83; Ev. Bridge View 
Ch., Va., '92— ; Author, "History of Beth- 
esda Pbn. Ch., Miss." (Whittet & Shepper- 



son, $ .20), '79; Soldier in Confed. Army 18 
mos. 

GRAVES, Zebulon Butler, Wesson, 
Miss. — Born, Simpson Co., Miss.; Mid. C, 
Vt.; U. of Miss., B. A,, 1869; Col. T. S., S. 

C, '78; Lie. '80, Pby. of South West Texas; 
Ord. '81, Pby. of Athens; P. 4th Pbn. Ch.. 
Atlanta, Ga.; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Meridian, 
Miss.; Prin. Wesson Collegiate Institute, 
Wesson, Miss., '98 — . 

GRAY, Robert, Dublin, Va. — Bom, 
Richmond, Va.; Un. T. S., Va., 1847; Lie 
Aug. 30, '47; Ord. Aug., '48, Pby. of Han- 
over; S. S. Piedmont, Va., '47-57; P. Wood- 
stock, Va., '57-59; P. New DubHn, Va., '66- 
72; S. S. Spring Hill, Tenn., '73-78; P. Gal- 
latin, Tenn., '79-88; P. Stony Kirk, Tenn., 
'88-92; S. S. Grayson Ch., Old Town, Va., 
'96—. 

GRAYBILL, Anthony Thomas, Lin- 
ares, Mexico.— Born, Feb. 24, 1841; Un. T. 
S., Va., '70; Lie April 27, '72, Ord. Ev., 
Sept. 13, '73, Pby. of Montgomery; My. to 
Mexico, June 3, '73 — ; Teacher Acdl. and 
Theol. Students, and P. Matamoras, San 
Juan, Mexico, '74-84. 

GREEN, Edward Melvin, Danvelle, Ky. 
—Born, Dariington, S. C, Sept. 10, 1838; 
Og. U., Ga., B. A., '59; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 

D. D., '84; Col. T. S., S. C, '63; Lie May 22, 
'62, Ord. April 10, '64, Pby. of Cherokee; 
Chapl. Confed. Army, '63 — ; P. Washington, 
Ga., '66 — ; Ed. Southern Presbyterian, 
Columbia, S. C, '72—; P. Washington, N. 
C, '74—; P. 1st Ch., Danville, Ky., May 20, 
'77 — . 

GREEN, James Edward, Morrillton, 
Ark.— Born, Hartsville, S. C; S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn., 1895; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., '95; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '96; Lie 
Oct. 21, '96, Pby of Arkansas; Ord. April 11, 
'97, Pby. of Washbourne; S. S. Russellville 
and Dardanelle, Ark. '95-96; H. M. Spring- 
dale, Ark., '97; S. S. Morrillton, Ark., Sept. 
1, '97—. 

GREEN, John H., 927 E. 2d Ave., Pine 
Bluff, Ark.— Born, Little Rock, Ark.; Ark. 
C, B. A., 1893; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., '96; Lie 
May, '96, Pby. of Arkansas; Ord. '96, Pby of 
Pine Bluff; S. S. Des Arc, Hazen and Du- 
valls Bluff, Ark., '94; S. S. Forest City, Ark., 
'95; S. S. Pine Bluff, Ark., '96; P. 2d Ch., 
Pine Bluff, Ark., '96. 

GREEN, John Leighton, Dardanelle, 
Ark.— Born, Hartsville, S. C; Stud. Ark. C, 
Batesville, and S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.; Div. 
Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '93; Lv. T. S., 
Ky., '96-96; Lie April, 26, '96, Ord. July 26, 
'96, Pby. of Washburne; P. Russellville and 
Dardanelle, Ark., '96-97; P. Dardanelle, 
Ark., '97—. 

GREENLEE, J. M., Marion, N. C— Born, 
1847; Stud. Dav. C, N. C, '63—; Farmer 
McDowell Co., '70-84; Merchant and insur- 
ance agt., Chattanooga, Tenn., '84; Ord. '87. 

GREENLEE, James Samuel, Alvin, 
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T. S., Va., '61; Uc. Pby. of Central Texas, 
'83; Teacher till licensed. 

GREENLEE, W. M., HawcsviUe, Ky. 

GREGG, Wm. Alexander, Bishopi'ille, 
S. r.— Born, Clanssen, vS. C; Og. U., Ga., 
1857; Col. T. vS., S. C, "(50; Uc 'm, Ord. "(il, 
Pby. of Hannony; P. Kinj^ston, S. C, '()l-(i7; 
P. Bishopville and Hephzibah, S. C, 'H7-87; 
P. Bishopville, S. C, '«7— ; Scotch-Iri.sh de- 
.scent. 

GREGORY, A. P., Bcaverlick, A>.— Born, 
Grason Co., Va., Central U., Kv.. 1891; Lane 
T. S., O., '93; Lie. '93, Pby. of West Lexing- 
ton; Ord. '93, Pby. of Louisville; H. M. and 
S. S. W. Lexington Pby. '93; S. S. Eminence 
and Pleasureville, Ky.. 1 yr. 

GREGORY, Elijah Huffman, Clavton, 
Ala.—V,ox\\ Boyle Co., Ky.; Stud. Centre C, 
Ky.; Stud. Theol. under direction Pbv. of S. 
Ala.; Lie. Nov., 1893, Ord. '94, Pby. of South 
Alabama; S. S. Clayton, Palmyra and Pleas- 
ant View, Ala., '94; P. Clayton and Palmj-ra, 
Ala., '94 — , and S. S. Pleasant View, '94, and 

5. S. Bethel, '96 — ; Tea. and Lawyer before 
entering Ministn,-. 

GRIER, Mark Brown, Suchien, China. 
—Born, Due West, S. C, Jan. 3, 1867; Er- 
skine C, S. C, '85; Jn. H. U., Md., '85-86; 
Erskine T. S., S. C; Prin. T. S., '91; Ord. 
July 21, '92, Pbv. of South Carolina; Mv. to 
China, '93—. 

GRIER, John MeDill, Caldivell, N. C. 
—Born, Steele Creek, S. C, vSept. 5, 1861; 
Erskine C, S. C, '92; Tea. Erskine Sem., 
Un. T. S., N. Y.; Prin. T. S., '85; Ord. April 

6, '85, Pby. of Asso. Ref. Svnod South; P. 
Kings Mountain, N. C, '88-9'l; S. S. Brevard 
and Davidson River, N. C, '91-92; P. Ramah 
and Bethel, N. C, '92—, and P. Hunter.s- 
ville, N. C— . 

GRINNAN, Randolph Bryan, Kobe, Ja- 
pan. — Born. Madison Co., Va., April 21, 
1860; Stud. H.-S. C, Va., and Un. T. S., Va.; 
My. to Japan, Jan., '86 — . 

GRIGSBY, Sherwood L., Holly Springs, 
Miss. — Born, Trenton, Tenn.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., B. A., 1882; Col. T. S., S. C, '85; Lie 
June 17, '86, Ord. Oct. 4, '85, Pby. of West- 
ern District; P. Pbn. Ch., Union Citv, Tenn., 
'85-92; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Paducah, Kv', '92-95; 
P. Manchester, O. (N. As.semblv), '96-97; P. 
Holly Spring.s, Miss.. '97—; S. C. Pby. of W. 
District; Memb.Gen. As.sembly, Chattanooga, 
Tenn., '89, and Dallas, Tex., '95. 

GRILLBORTZER, Geo. Adam, Spring- 
field, IV. J/a.— Born, Fairfax Co., Va.; Stud. 
S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.; Un. T. S., Va., 1893; 
Lie. May 6, '92, Pby. of Cherokee; Ord. April 
14, '93, Pby. of E;ast Hanover; P. Springfield 
and Patterson's Creek, W. Va., '95 — ; My. to 
Brazil, '93-95; Returned on account of ill 
health. 

GRISANTI, John, //a/v.— Memb. Pby. of 
Memphis — . 

GRISWOLD, H. G., Columbus, 6-a— Born, 
Macon, Ga.; Coin. U., Washington, D. C, 
LL.B., 18{»0; LL.M., '91; Lie. April 13, Ord. 



Oct., '96, Pby. of Macon; P. Geneva and S. 
S. Fort Val lev. Perry and Eastman, Ga., '95- 
98; P. Rose Hill (Columbus, Ga. ), March, 

'98—. 

GROVER, Alfred E., Point Pleasant, W. 
la., —Born, Henrico Co., Va.; Stud. H.-S. 
C, Va., 1870; U. of Va., '72; Un. T. S., Va.. 
'76; Lie. April, '76, Pby. of East Hanover; 
Ord. Sept., '76, Pby. of St. Louis; P. Mizpah, 
vShelbvville and McMinnville, Mo.; P. Hel- 
ena, Ark.; P. Point Plca.sant, W. Va., '93—. 

GROVES, Coleman Owings, Pisgah, 
Ky. — Born, Sharpsburg, Kv., F"eb. 7, 1873; 
Central U., Kv., B. A., "94; 'Lv. Pbn. T. S., 
Ky., '97; Lie. ''96, Ord. June 12, '97, Pby. of 
West Lexington; S. S. Elm Corner and None- 
Such, '95; S. S. Maxwell St., Lexington, Ky., 
'96; P. Pisgah, Ky., '97—. 

GROVES, Wm. Henry, Millboro Springs, 
/'a.— Stud. Dav. C, N. C, and Un. T. S., 
Va., 1871-73; Ord. Aug. 28, '76, Pby. of Ab- 
ingdon; S. S. Fayetteville, Pbv. of Colum- 
bia, '81-84; P. E. Windv Cove and Millboro, 
Va.— . 

GROW, J. C, Comanche, 7>x.— Memb. 
Pby. of Central Tex. ; S. S. Comanche and 
Dublin, Tex. — . 

GUERRANT, Edward Owings, Wil- 
more, Ky. — Born, Sharpsburg, Kv.; Centre 
C, Ky., B. A,, 1860; Bellv. Med. "C, N. Y., 
M. D., '67, and D. D.; Un. T. S., Va., '93-95; 
Lie. April, '75, Ord. Oct., '75, Pby. of West 
Lexington; P. Salem, Kv., '75-76; P. Mt. 
vSteriing, Kv., '76-78; P. Ls't Pbn. Ch., Louis- 
ville, Kv., '79-82; Ev. Svnod of Kv., '82-85; 
P. Troy; Ky., '86-96; P. Wilmore, Ky., '96—; 
Author, "The Soul Winner" (Jno. B. Mor- 
ton & Co., Lexington, Ky., $1.50, 252 pp.). 

GWINN, Price Henderson, Glade 
Spring, /■«.— Born, Lowell, W. Va.; H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., 1886; Special graduate .studs. U. 
of Va.; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 2 vrs.; Lie. and 
Ord. '88, Pby. of West Hanover; S. S. Group 
of Chs. Albemarle Co., Va., '88-92; P. Glade 
Spring, Va., '92 — ; Attend lectures U. of Va. 
and Prin. Charlottesville Female Seminary, 
Va., 2 3rs.; S. C. Pby. of West Hanover, 1 
yr. ; Viee-Pres. Board of Curators of King 
College; Author, magazine articles. 



HAYDEN, R. A., M'usih, China.— Born. 
La. (?); S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A., 
1890; Div. Sch., S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.. 
'91; Lie. and Ord. June 17, '91; Pby. of Red 
River; My. to China, March 9, '91—. 

HAFNER, Wm. Alexander, Bo7vling 
(,'reen, .S. C — Born, Blairsville, S. C; Dav. 
C, N. C, B. A., 1894; Col. T. S., S. C, '97; 
Lie. April 24. '96, Ord. Oct. 9, '97, Pby. of 
Bethel; S. S. Salem and Mizpah, S. C, '96; 
S. 8. Lebanon, Union, Horeb, S. C, '97; P. 
Bowling Green and Ramah, S. C, Oct. 17, 
'97—. 

HAGAN, Wm. Campbell, Ml. Clinton, 
Va. — Born, Christian-sburg, Va.; H.-S. C, 
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May, '85, Pby. of Montgomery; Orel. '86, 
Pby. of Paducah; Ev. work Owingsville, Ky., 
7mos.; P. Morganfield, Ky., 2 yrs.; S. S. 
Clarendon, Holly Grove, Ark. 8 yrs.; P. Pen- 
dleton, W. Va., '2>4 yr.s.; P. Cook's Creek, 
Va., May 17, '93—. 

HALL, Arnold, Summerdean, Va. 
— Memb. Pby. of Lexington; P. Shemariah, 
Va.— . 

HALL, Joseph Alexander, Florcsville, 
Texas. — Boni, Talladega Co., Ala.; H.-S. 
C.,Va., B. A., 1881; Austin Sch. of Theol. '91; 
Lie. April, '91, Ord. Oct. 12, '91, Pby. of 
Western Texas; P. 1st Ch. Laredo, Tex. '91- 
92; S. S. Bryan, Tex.; S, vS. Floresville, Tex., 
'94—. 

HALL, John Gillespie, Chester, S. C. 
—Bom, York Co., S. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1871; Col. T. S., S. C, '74; Lie. Mav, '78, 
Ord. May, '74, Pby. of Bethel; My. in South 
America and Mexico 21 vrs. — 96; P. of a 
group of Chs. in Bethel Pby. '96—. 

HALL, Joseph Kirkland, Guthries- 
ville S. <r.— Born, Belmont, N. C; Dav. C, 
N. C, B. A., 1887; Un. T. S., Va., '91; Lie 
June, '91, Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ord. Feb., 
■92, Pbv. of East Hanover; S. S. Ashland, 
Va., '91-93; S. S. King Mountain, N. C, 
'93-94; P. Bethesda, S. C, May, '94—. 

HALL, Robert McAlpine, 509 .S". Ptesa 
St., San Antonio, Texas. — Bom, Talladega, 
Ala.; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1885; Un. T. S., 
Va., '88; Lie. and Ord. June, '88, Pby. of 
Western Texas; Ev. Pbv. of Western 
Texas, '88-91; P. Westminster Ch., San An- 
tonio, Texas, '91-92; S. S. Blacksburg and 
Roanoke Valley, Va., '92-93; S. S. Edna, 
Port Lavaca and Thomastovvn, Texas, '93- 
94; P. Westminster Pbn. Ch., San Antonio, 
Texas, July, '94—; Chm. F. M. Pby. of W. 
Texas several years; Chm. F. M. Synod of 
Texas, '97 — . 

HALL, Samuel Oscar, Greensboro, N. 
r.— Born, Talladega Co., Ala., Nov. 6, 1866; 
Howard C, Ala., B. A., '81; Un. T. S., Va., 
'84; Lie. May 10, '84, Ord. '84, Pby. of 
Montgomery; P. Group of Chs. Giles Co., 
Va., '84-87; P. Group of Chs. Rockingham 
Co., N. C, 7 yrs.; P. Westminster Ch. 
Greensboro, N. C., '93 — ; author, sermons in 
Tlie Christian Observer and North Caro- 
lina Presbyterian. 

HALL, Wm A., 24ig St. Charles Ave., 
New Orleans, La. — Born, Brooklyn, L. I.; 
Oakland C; Miss., B. A., 1857; D'an. T. S., 
Ky., 57; Lie. May, '69, Ord. '60, Pby. of 
New Orleans; P. Thalia St. Chapel, New- 
Orleans, La., '60-66; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Colum- 
bus, Ga., '66-68; Ev. S. W\ Mississippi and 
Middle and South La., '69-93; educational 
work, New Orleans, La., '93 — ; conducted 
Semi-collegiate Academies, Hoodville, Miss, 
and ^ew Iberia, La., '70-83. 

HTXLL, Wm. Alfred, Rockymount, Va. 
—Bom, Talladega Co., Ala.; Oxford C, Ala., 
B. A., 1892; Un. T. S., Va., '95; Lie. June 19, 
'95, Ord. Sept. 6, '96, Pby. of Montgomery; 
P. Rockymount and Piedmont, Va., Sept., 

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HALL, Wm. Thomas, Colmnbia, S. C. 
—Born, Reidsville, N. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1854, M. A., 58; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
D. D., '76; Col. T. S., S. C, '58; Lie, '58, 
Pby. of Concord; Ord. '59, Pby. of Bethel; 
P. 'Lancaster, S. C, '58-59; P. Ebenezer, S. 
C, '59-61; P. Canton, Miss., '61-72; P. 1st 
Ch., Lynchburg, Va., '72-96; Prof. Didactic 
and Polemic Theol. Sem. of the Syn. of S. 
C, Ga., Fla. and Ala., Columbia, S. C, 
'95 — ; Chapl. Confed. Army; author, Ser 
mon (Pbn. Co. of Publication, Richmond, 
Va. ), and articles in Southern Quartet ly. 

HAMAN, Thomas Luther, Vaiden, 
Jl/iss. — Born, Hinds Co., Miss.; U. of Miss., 
B. A., 1870; Col. T. S., S. C, '73; Lie May, 
'72, Ord. Oct., '73, Pby. of Central Missis- 
sippi; P. Greenwood; S. S. Leflore and S. S. 
Roebuck, Miss., '73-75; P. Yazoo City, Miss., 
'76-77; P. Shongalo, Hopewell and Salem, 
'78—; also, S. S. West, "79 and '94; S. S. 
Pickens, '93; S. S. Union, '88-97; S. S. Black- 
monton. Miss., '94 — . 

HAMES, Leonidas G., 306 Alabama St., 
Sehna., Ala. — Born, Jacksonville, Ala.; S. 
W. Pbn. U., Tenn., M. A., 1890; Div. Sch., 
S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '91; Lie '90, Pby. of 
Birmingham; Ord. Oct., '91, Pby. of Tusca- 
loosa; S. S. Vinehill, Stanton, Pleasant Hill 
and Richmond, Ala., '91; P. Alabama St. 
Pbn. Ch., Selma, Ala., Nov., '91—. 

HAMILTON, Augustus Houston, 

Steele's Tavern, Va. — Born, Monroe Co., W. 
Va.; W. C, Va., B. A., 1870; Un. T. S., Va., 
'73; Lie July 4, 73, Ord. Sept., '74, Pby. of 
Greenbrier; S. S. Huntersville, Baxter and 
Liberty Chs., Greenbrier Pby. '73-74; P. of 
same, '74-75; P. Mt. Carmel Ch., Lexington 
Pby., Oct. 31, '75—. 

HAMITER, Wm. S., Euharlee, Ga. 
—Born, Newton, Miss.; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
Ph. B., 1888; Col. T. S., S. C.,'91; Lie April, 
'90, Pby. of Tombeckbee; Ord. Nov. 13, '91, 
Pby. of Bethel; P. Blacksburg and Wood- 
lawn, S. C, '91-96; P. Euharlee, Ga., '95—, 
and Pres. Euharlee Pbl. Institute — . 

HAMMOCK, Rufus M., Stamps, Ark. 
—Born near Monticello, Ark.; Stud. U. of 
Ark.; Stud. Theol. under direction of Oua- 
chita Pby.; Lie April. '92, Ord. Sept., '93, 
Pby. of Ouachita; P. Mt. Holly, Ark., Sept., 
"93—; S. C. Ouachita Pby., Sept., '94—. 

HANDLEY, Laman S., 1620 7th Ave., 
Birininq;hajn, Ala.— Born, Dallas Co., Ala., 
Sept. 29, 1840; U. of Miss., B. A., '69; S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., D. D., '87; Col. T. S., S. C, 
'72; Lie June 13, '72, Ord. June, 73, Pby. of 
Tuscaloo.sa; P. Bethsalem and Ebenezer, '72- 
74; P. 1st Ch., Birmingham, Ala., '74-90; P. 
Central Pbn. Ch., Birmingham, Ala., '90—; 
growth, from 1 Pbn. Ch. in '74 to 6 Pbn. 
Chs. in '97, in the city of Birmingham, Ala.; 
Confed. Army 8}4 yrs.; Memb. of Assembs. 
Coms. of Col. Ev. '90—. 

HANEY, John Zaehariah, Leesburg, 
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Ky.; 1886-88; Stud. Dan. T. S.. Ky., '89-90; 
Lie. '90; Ord. Ev. '91, Pby. of West Lexing- 
ton; S. S. Hazel Green, Ky., '90-91; S. S. 
Grayson and Olive Hill, Ky., '91-93; S. S. 
group of Chs. Lake Co., Fla., '93 — . 

HARDIN, Jos. C, Petersburg, Tenn. 
— S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 1890; Ev. Pby. of 
Western Texas several years; S. S. Peters- 
burg and Unity, Tenn. — . 

HARDIN, R. E., Gatesville, Texas. 
—Born, Marshall Co., Tenn.; Lie Oct., 1891, 
Ord. Ev. May, '92, Pby. of Central Texas; 

5. S. Hubbard, Texas, '91-92; S. S. Mexia, 
Texas, '92-9i; P. Gatesville, Texas, '94—. 

HARDIN, Thomas A., Spring Hill, 
7>««.— Stud. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 1888; 
Stud. Div. Sch., S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn. 2 yrs.; 
Ord. '92, Pby. of Columbia; P. Unity, Union 
and Spring Hill, Tenn. — . 

HARDING, Ephpaim Henry, Fann- 
ville. Fa.— Born, Oxford, N. C, Nov. 3, 
1837; Stud. H.-S. C.,Va. ; H.-S. C, Va., D. D.; 
Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '55-57; Lie. April, '58, 
Ord. July 8, '59, Pby. of Orange; P. Spring 
Hill, '59-62; Tea. Milton, '65-66; P. Coneord 
Ch.. Coneord, Pby. '79-80; S. S. Milton, '71- 
74; P. 2d Ch., Charlotte, N. C, '74-81; P. 
Sharon and Augusta Chs., Ebenezer Pby., 
'81-84; P. Farmville, Va.— . 

HARLAN, GeOPge Wm., Fariningto7i, 
./J/t;.— Born, Cadiz, Ky., Sept. 7, 1824; 111. C, 
B. A., '46, M. A., 50; And. T. S., N. Y., '51; 
Lie. Suffolk Congl. Asso. '51; Ord. April, 
'56, Pbv. of Osage; P. CarroUton, Mo., '52- 
63; P. Brazeau, Mo., '53-54; P. Osceola, Mo., 
'54-58; P. Farmington, Mo., '67-82; P. 
Clark's Creek, Mo., '85-92; S. S. Syenite. 
Mo.—; Tutor 111. C, '46-48; Prin. Osage 
Acd., Osceola, Mo., '58-59; Prin. Pleasant 
Hill Acd., Mo., '62-63; Asso. Prin. of same, 
'f50-61; Prin. Elmwood Sch., Farmington, 
Mo., '65-68. 

HARRELL, J. J., Lavonia, Ga. — Stud. 
U. of N. C, 2 yrs.; Un. T. S.,Va., 1890; Lie. 
May, '90, Pby. of Orange; Ord.—; P. Phila- 
delphia and Robinson, N. C, Jan., '91-98; 
H. M. group of Chs. Athens Pby., '98—. 

HARRELL, Wm. Lee, Toccoa, Ga. 
—Bom. Robeson Co., N. C, 1886; H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., '89; Un. T. S., Va., '92; Lie. Mav 

6, '92, Ord. July 13, '92, Pby. of Cherokee; 
P. 2d Ch., Rome, Ga., '92-94; Cane Spring 
and Silver Creek, Ga., '92-93; P. Euharlee, 
'94-95; P. Ashboro, High Point and Johns- 
town, N. C, '95-98; P. Toccoa, Ga., '98—. 

HARRINGTON, J. S., Alia Lovia, lex. 
— Memb. Pby. of Brazos; P. Alta Loma, 
Texas and S. S. Alvin, Tex.—. 

HARRIS, John Abner, Mill Bridge, N. 
C— Born, Iredell Co., N. C, 1862; Dav. C, 
N. C, B. A., '88; Un. T. S., Va., '91; Lie. 
Sept. 12, '91, Ord. Jan. 6, '92; Pbv. of Con- 
cord; P. Thyatira and Black Creek, N. C, 
'91.—. 

HARRIS, John K., Floyd, Fa.— Born, 
Ticonderoga, N. Y.; Wms. C, Mass.; Un. 
T. S., N. Y.; Lie. 1858, Pby. of New York; 



Ord. '59, Pby. of Lexington; P. New Mon- 
mouth, Va., "lyi yrs.; Chapl. Army '62-65; 
P. Amherst, Va., '65-69; Tea. Harrodsburg, 
Ky., '69-72; P. Red Cloud, Neb., '82-85; P. 
Scotia, Neb., '85-90; P. (Oxford Academy), 
Floyd, Va., '72-'82 and '89.—. 

HARRIS, W. E. B., Amite, La.—Utmh. 
Pby. of New Orleans; Ev. Amite, Areola and 
Lutcher, La. — . 

HARRISON, Douglas, Yorkville, S. C— 
Born, Fairfield Co., S. C; Col. C, S. C, B. 
A., 1851; Col. T. S., S. C; Lie. '54, Ord.' 56, 
Pby. of Bethel; Ev. Bethel, Six Mile Creek, 
Douglas, Allison Creek, Beth-Shiloh, S. C. 

HARRISON, W. A., Knoxville, Te>m.— 
Born, Harrodsburg, Ky.; Bacon C, B. A., U. 
of Tenn., D. D., 1878; Prin. T. S., B. D.; 
Ord. '52, Pbv. of Transylvania; P. Gallatin, 
Tenn., '52-58; P. 1st Ch., Knoxville, Tenn., 
'58-75; P. 3d Ch., Knoxville, Tenn, '75.—. 

HARRISON, Wm. B., Seoul, Korea, 
Asia. — Born, Lebanon, Ky.; Central U., 
Ky., B. A., 1888; Un. T. S., Va., '94; Lie. 
May 25, Ord. Sept. 24, Pby. of Transyl- 
vania; My. to Korea, '94. — . 

HARROP, Ben, RoyiceveHe, W. Va.— 
Born, Stabybridge, Eng.; Wooster U., O., B. 
A., 1885; M. A., '88; Wn. T. S., Pa., '88; 
Lie. May, '87, Pby. of Bellefontaine; Ord. 
June, '88, Pbv. of Parkersburg; P. Point 
Pleasant, W. Va., '88-90; P. Winfield, Va., 
'88-92; S. S. Pleasant Flats, W. Va., '89-92; 
P. Ronceverte and Salem, W. Va., '92. — . 

HARTMAN, Francis Gardinep, Broad- 
way. Va. — Bom, Scottsville, Va.; H.-S. C, 
Va., 1889; Un. T. S., Va., '93; Lie. May, '92, 
Ord. June, '93, Pby. of Lexington; P. Broad- 
way and Woodland, Va., '93. — ; Mod. Pby. 
of Lexington, Oct., '97. 

HASSEL, A. M., Godwin, N. C— Memb. 
Pby. of Fayetteville; S. S. Bluff, McMillan, 
Dunn and Bethlehem, N. C. — . 

HAWES, Hepbept Henpy, Bedford City, 
Va. — Bom, Lunenburg Co., Va., Jan. 21, 
1834; Private Preparation; Wm. C, Mo., D. 
D., '83; H.-S. C, Va., D. D., '83; Dutch Re- 
formed T. S., New Brunswick, N. J.; Lie. 
April 16, '61, Pby. of New Brunswick; Ord. 
April 19, '62, Pby. of East Hanover; P. 
Namozine, Va., '62-67; P. Mt. Horeb, Va., 
'67-71; P. Farmville, Va., '71-85; P. 2d Pbn. 
Ch., Staunton, Va., '85-91; Ev. Syn. of Va., 
'91-96; P. Bedford City, Va., '97—; Author, 
" Letters to an Inquirer," "Baptism Mode 
Studies, " " The Abrahamic Covenant, " "Is 
My Heart Changed?" ' 'Doubts," (Pbn. 
Com. of Publ., Richmond, Va.); "Bible 
Church Studies," (8vo. p.p. 398, Author, 
$1.50) '97; Brother of "Marion Harland." 

HAWES, Samuel Pepcy, Ashwood, 
Tenn. — Born, Dinwiddie Co., Va.; H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., 1888; Un. T. S., Va., '93; Lie. 
May, '92, Pbv. of Lexington; Ord. Nov. 4, 
'93, Pbv. of Columbia; S. S. McDowell and 
Williamsville, Va., '91; S. S. Bluefield and 
Bromwell, W. Va., '92; S. S. and P. Zion, 
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HAWES, Thomas McDonald, 1426 Nerv 
Broadway, Louisville, Ky. — Born, Henry- 
ville, Ind., 1856; Central U., Ky., D. D., '97; 
Stud. So. Bp., T. S. and Lv. Pbn. T. S.; Ord. 
May, '93, Pby. of Louisville; P. Highland Pbn. 
Ch., May, '93—; Prof, of Elocution; Lv. Pbn. 
U., '93—, and Prof. Elocution So. Baptist 
Seminary, Louisville, Ky., '84.—. 

HAWKINS, H. P., Uicbo, ^/rzVa.- Stud. 
S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 1887-88; Ord. Pby. of 
Ethel, My. to Africa, Feb. 12, '94.—. 

HAWTHORNE, David Montgomery, 

Goodi>ian, Afiss. — -Born, Glade Spring, Va.; 
Un. T. S., Va., 1890; Lie. May, "90, Pby. of 
Abingdon; Ord. March, '96, Pby. of Central 
Mississippi; P. Bethesda, Va., 6 mos. ; P. 
Goodman, We.st Pickens and Franklin, Miss., 
'95.—. 

HAY, Samuel Hutson, Clover, S. C— 
Born, Columbia, S. C; Col. T. vS., S. C, 
1889; Lie. April, '89, Pby. of Charleston; 
Ord. '90, Pbv. of Bethel; S. S. Fishing 
Creek, S. C.^^ '89-91; S. S. Uriel, S. C, 
'89-90 and P. '90-91; P. Clover and Beershe- 
ba, S. C, '91.—. 

HAY, Thomas Park, Palatka, Fla.— 
Born, Camden, S. C; H.-S. C, Va.; Col. T. 
S., S. C, 1878; Lie. April 6, '77, Pby. of 
Harmony; Ord. April 27, '79, Pby. of 
Charleston; P. St. Augustine, Fla., '78; P. 
Aiken, S. C, '79-87; P. Edisto Island, S. C, 
'87-97; P. Palatka, Fla., '97—; Author, 
"Take My Yoke Upon You;" (Pbn. Com. 
of Pub., Richmond, Va. ) 

HAYNES, James, St. Clair, Tenn.— 
Born, Monroe Co., Va., Aug. 16, 1833; W. C, 
Va., B. A., '59; Un. T. S., Va., '62; Lie. 
April, '62, Ord. April, '63, Pby. of Green- 
brier; P. Anthony, Va., '62-63; Chapl. C. S. 
A., '63-65; P. Muddv Creek, McElhenny, 
Va., '65-70; Ev. Greenbrier Pby., '70-90; 
Organized and P. Gibeah, Montgomery, and 
Mt. Carbon, Pbys. of Kanawha and Green- 
brier, Moiintain Cove, Raven's Eye and 
Raleigh, Greenbrier Pbv.; P. Simmonsville, 
Va., for yrs.; Ev. Pby' of Holston, '90-92; 
P. Meadows Creek and Mt. Zion, '92-95; Ev. 
to Miners of Va., '95-97. 

HAZEN, James King, loi East Main 
St., Richmond, Va. — Born, West Springfield, 
Mass.; Wm. S. C, Mass., B. A., 1856; S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., D. D., '78; Stud. Theol. 
Privately; Lie. Nov. '60, Ord. March, 61, 
Pby. of East Alabama; P. Prattville, Ala., 
'60-77; Sec. of Publication, '77 and Treas- 
urer, Gen. Assembly, '78 — ; Author, Ed. of 
the Sabbath School papers of the So. 
Pbn. Ch. 

HEDLESTON, Winn David, Oxford, 
iJ/m.- Born, Stewart's, Ala.; U. of Miss., 
B. A., 1883; Lie '85, Pby. of Chickasaw; 
Ord. '86, Pby. of Transylvania; P. Pleasant 
Grove and Mackville, '86-88; P. Paint Lick, 
Ky., '89-93; P. Oxford, Miss., '93—; Author, 
" Lamp Oil — An Attempt to Help Some Peo- 
ple to a Clearer Knowledge of the Plan of 
Salvation; " (Whittet & Shepperson, Rich- 
mond, Va.,$0.75), '97. 



HEMPHILL, Charles Robert, 817 2d 

St., Louisville, Ky. — Born, Chester, S. C • 
S. C. U., 1869 and U. of Va., '71; Col. T. S.' 
S. C, '74; Lie. '73, Ord. '77, Pby. of Bethel'; 
Instr. in Hebrew Columbia Seminary, '74-78; 
Fellow in Greek, John Hopkins U., Md., 
78-79; Prof. Greek and Latin, S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn., '79-82; Prof. Biblical Literature 
Columbia T. S., '82-85; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., 
Louisville. Ky., '85—; Prof. N. T. Exegesis; 
Lv. Pbn. T. S., '93—; Mod. Assembly Pbn. 
Ch. in the U. S., Dallas, Tex., '95; one of 
the Founders of Lv. T. S.; Dav. C, M. A., 
'78, D. D., '84; Central U., D. D., '84; Han- 
over C, LL. D., '95. 

HEMPHILL, Wm. Peyton, Griffin, Ga. 
— Born, York Co., S. C; Hickory Grove 
Acd., S. C; Lie. Oct., 1887, Ord. Ev. Oct., 
'96, Pby. of Atlanta; S. S. Friendship, Fel- 
lowship, McDonough and Timber Ridge, 
Ga., '87-88; S. S. Stone Mountain, Midway, 
Salem and Lithonia, Ga., '89-90; S. S. Flat 
Rock, Salem and Morris Grove, Ga., '96. — . 

HENDERLITE, George E., Patahyba, 

E. da Parahyba, Brazil, S. A. — King C, 
Tenn., B. A., 1884; Un. T. S., Va.; My. to 
Brazil, March 13, '93—. 

HENDERLITE, J. B., Gate City, Va. 

HENDERLITE, Peter Baxter, Color- 
ado, 7>.r.— Born, Marion, Va.; Stud. H.-S. 
C, Va.; Lv. Pbn. T. S., 1896; Lie. May 26, 
'96, Pbv. of Winchester; Ord. Oct. 15, '96; 
P. Colorado, Tex., Nov. '96—. 

HENDERLITE, Robert Eugene, Mont- 
gomery. Va. — Born, Marion, Va. ; King C, 
B. A., 1884; Un. T. S., Va.; Lie. April 19, 
'89, Pby. of West Hanover; Ord. '90, Pby. of 
Mecklenburg; Ev. Mecklenburg Pby. and S. 
S. Waynesville and Bryson City, N. C, '89- 
90; S. B. group of Chs. Enoree Pby. about 2 
yrs.; P. group of 3 Chs., Enoree Pby., 2 or 3 
yrs.; P. 3d Ch., Greenville, S. C, 2 yrs.; P. 
Beaver Creek and Walnut Grove Chs., Pby. 
of Abingdon — . 

HENDERSON, J. G., Cokeshiry, S. C. 
— Memb. Pby. of South Carolina, 1897; S. S. 
Cokesbury and Rock, S. C, '97. 

HENDERSON, LeRoy ^.,512 Church St., 
Ainericus, Ga. — Born, Walterboro, S. C; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1892; Col. T. S., S. C, 
'96; Lie. April, '96, Pby. of Charieston; Ord. 
May 30, '97, Pby. of Macon; S. S. and P. 
Americus, Ga., '96 — ; Chm. Standing Com. 

F. M. Macon Pby., '97—. 
HENDERSON, M. A., Ruther/ordton, 

N. C. 

HENDRICK, John T., 5^0 So. 12th St., 
IVaco, 7>^.— Born, Banen Co., Ky.,Mar. 15, 
1811; Centre C, Ky., D. D.; Un. T. S.,Va. '34, 
Lie. '34, Pby. of West Lexington; Ord. '36; 
Pby. of Ebenezer: P. Millersburg and Sto. 
Mouth, Kv., '36-42; P. Flemingsburg, Ky., 
'42-45; P.'Clarksville, Tenn., '45-58; P. Pa- 
ducah, Ky., '58-83; S. S. 2d Ch., Louisville, 
Mavsville' and Lexington, Ky., Parkville, 
Teiin., and St. Joe, Mo., 8 yrs.; S. S. Various 
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HENRY, Alexander, Clendale, Ohio. 
— Born, Lodiaiia, Panjauh, N. India, April 8, 
1865; Central U., Kv., B. A., '85; Stud. Un. 
T. S., Va., '88-89, and McC. T. S., Chicago, 
'8«-90; Ord. '90, Pbv. of West Lexington; 
S. S. Roslvn and Chalum, Wash.. '89; S. S. 
Midway, Kv., '90-91; S. S. Franklin, Ky., 
'91; H. M.'Beattyville, Ky., 2 yrs.; Mv. to 
Brazil, S. A., '93-95; S. S. Crittendon' and 
Lebanon, Ky., '95-97; Tea. Central U., Ky., 
'8t)-S7. 

HENRY, Hugh, Keysville, Ta.— Born, 
Front Royal, Va.; Roa. C, Va.. B. A., 1871, 
and M. A.; Un. T. S., Va.. '74; Lie. '71, Pby. 
of Montgomery; Ord. '72. Pby. of West Han- 
over; S. S. Olivet and Bethany, E. Hanover 
Pby., 8 mos.; P. Lebanon. Va., '72-75; S. S. 
Tabor and Olivet, Va., 12 yrs.; P. Groups of 
Chs., Hat Creek, Diamond Hill and Rust- 
burg, Roanoke Pby., '89-98; P. Briery and 
Meharrin, Va., '93 — . 

HENSLEY, Phillip Henry, Aldetrs 
Brids:e, /.a.— Born, June 1(5. 1850; Stud. 
H.-S. C, Va.; Un. T. S. Va., '73; Lie. Nov. 

4, '73, Pby. of Eastern Texas; Ord. April 2, 
'75, Pby. of Western Texas; S. S. Osage and 
Columbus, '77; S. S. Concrete, Live Oak, etc., 
'78-79; Tea. '80-81; S. S. Leesville, Belmont 
and Shiloh, '82; S. S. Weimer, Columbus and 
Bethany. '83-84; S. S. Alden's Bridge, Rocky 
Mount and Bank's Chapel, La. — . 

HERNDON, John Gilehrist, Ridgeway, 

5. C— Born, Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 24, 1869; 
R. M. C, Va., B. A., '89; Un. T. S., Va., '92; 
Lie. '92, Ord. May 28, '93, Pby. of Abingdon; 
S. S. Jeffersonville, Thompson Vallev and 
Liberty Hill, Va., '92-93; P. Jeffersonville, 
Va., '93-95; S. S. Aimwell and Longtown, 
S. C, '96; P. Ridgeway, S. C, '9(>— ; Corns, 
to Gen. Assembly, Charlotte, '97. 

HERNDON, John Rankin, /c////5t;« City, 
7>;/«.— Born, Milton. Tenn.;Aug. 22. 1862; 
S. W. Pbn. U., M. A. '86, B. D. '89; Div. 
Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '98; Lie. and 
Ord. April, '89, Pby. of Nashville; P. West- 
minster Pbn. Ch., Nashville, Tenn., '89-94; 
Ev. Pby. of Nashville, '94-95; P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Johnson City, Tenn., Jan. '96—; P. C. 
Syn. of Nashville 5 yrs.; Sec. Tenn. S. S. 
Asso. 

HERSMAN, Charles Campbell, //aw/'- 

den-Sidney, Va. — Born, Kentuckv; Van Ren- 
selaer Acd., 1856; Wm. C, Mo.,''60, LL.D., 
'88; Central U., Ky., D. D., '80. Wm. C. 
Mo., LL.D., '86; Prin. T. S., '63; Lie. '63, 
Ord. — , Pby. of Palmyra; Prof. Ancient 
Lang. Canolal C. Wis., '63-64; Prof. Greek, 
Westm. C, '64-81; Pres. Westm. C, '81-87; 
Prof. Hebrew and N. T. Greek. Col. T. S.. S. 
C. '87-88; Chan. S. W^ Pbn. U.. Clarksville. 
Tenn., '88-91; Prof. Biblical Literature, Un. 
T. S., Va., '91—; S. S. Several Chs., Chiefly 
engaged in educational work. 

HICKOK, Chauneey Elbert, /?(?^rPd:r/t, 

Mo.— Bom, St. Louis, Mo.; Wm. C. Mo., 
B. A., cum laude. 1895; Lie Sept. 9, '96, Pby. 
of St. Louis; Ord. May 12. '97. Pbv. of Mis- 
souri; S. S. Centralia. Mo., Jan. 1, '97, and P. 



Deer Park, Mo., May 12, '97—; Business 
Mgr. ''St. Louis Pbn.,'' '96-97. 

HILL, H. G., Maxton, N. C— Born, Ral- 
eigh, N. C; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1854; D. D., 
Dav. C, N. C, '81; Un. T. S., '63; Lie '62, 
Ord. '63, Pby. of Orange; P. Hillsboro and 
Greer's, '63-6(5; P. Oxford and Henderson, 
'66-68; P. Fayetteville, N. C, '68-8(5; P. Cen- 
tre and Max'ton, N. C, '86—; Mod. N. C. 
Syn., '82; Mod. Southern Gen. Ass., '89; Di- 
rector Un. T. S., Va., — ; Chm. H. M. Fay- 
etteville Pby. 27 yrs.; Memb. N. C. Syn. H. 
M. Com., — . 

HILL, J. D., Trenton^ Tenn. — Memb. Pby. 
of Western District; Ord. 1897. 

HILL, John Joseph, Bloomfield, Ky. 
—Born, York Co., S. C; S. W. Pbn. U., B. A., 
1892; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U.. Tenn., '92; 
Lie. June 30, '92, Pbv. of Chickasaw; Ord. 
Sept. '92, Pbv. of Nashville; S. S. Hermit- 
age, Tenn., '92-93; P. Bloomfield and Big 
Spring. Louisville Pby.. '93 — . 

HILL, Robert, 136 State St., Dallas, Tex. 
—Born, Belfast, Ireland; S. W. Pbn. U., M. 
A., 1893; Div. Sch. S. W\ Pbn. U., Tenn., '95; 
Lie. June 20, Ord. June 28, '95, Pby. of Nash- 
ville; S. S. Cottage Ch., Nash\-iile, Tenn., 
'95; P. of same, '95-97; P. Westminster Ch., 
Dallas. Tex., '97—. 

HILL, Wm. E., Fidton, A>.— Born, Roa- 
noke Co.. Va.; Va. Mil. Ins., 1861; U. of Va., 
'70; Un. T. S.. Va.. '69; Lie. Mav, '69, Pby. 
of Montgomery; Ord. Oct., '69, Pby. of East 
Hanover; P. 8d Ch., Richmond, Va., '69-70; 
S. S. Lebanon, 2>< yrs.; P. Point Pleasant, 
Greenbrier Pby., '78-80; P. Newbern, Abing- 
don Pbv., \y, yrs.; P. Covington, Va., '82-91; 
P. Fulton Group, Kv., '91-96; S. S. Various 
Chs., '95—. 

HILLHOUSE, Joseph Bienaime, Clara, 
Ci?.- Born, Anderson, S. C; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn.. B. A., 1890; McC. T. S., Chicago, '94; 
Lie. Oct. 12, '94, Ord. — , Pby. of Central 
Mississippi; S. S. Group of Chs., Greenville, 
Miss., Glen Allen, Benoit and Rosedale, '94- 
96; P. Barnett Ch., Atlanta, Ga., May, '96—, 

HILLHOUSE, James Steele, Vicksburg, 
Miss. — Born. Laurens, S. C; Prin. C, B. A., 
1881, M. A., '84; Prin. T. S., '84; Lie. May, 
Ord. Oct. '84, Pby. of Cherokee; S. S. Chick- 
amauga; Tunnel Hill and Spring Place, Ga., 
'84-86; S. S. Cartersville, Ga., '8(5-93; P. 
Vicksburg, Miss., '93 — . 

HINES, J, J., Riverdale, N. C— Memb. 
Pby. of Wilmington, 1897. 

HINES, Robert Watkins, Indianola, 
J/m.— Born, Granville Co., N. C; Un. T. S., 
Va.; Lie. April, Ord. Aug., '94, Pby. of Al- 
bemarle; Ev. Nahalah, Pannele, Greenville, 
Falkland, N. C, '94-96; Ev. Rolling Fork, 
Anguilla, Shaw. Indianola, Baird'sand More- 
head, Miss, Feb., '97 — . 

HITNER, John Kennedy, Paris, Mo. 
—Born, Cadisle, Pa.; Gr. U. of Va.; Un. T. 
S.. Va., 1857; Lie. '(57. Pby. of West Hanover; 
Ord. '70, Pbv. of Knoxville; H. M. in Va. 
and E. Tenn'; S. S. Cleveland, Penn., '71-73; 



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S. S. Taylorsville, Ky., '73-80; Ev. West Lex- 
ington Pby, '80-87; P. Somerset, Ky., '87-89; 
P. Palmyra, Mo., '89-93; P. Kahoka, Mo., 
'93-96; P. Paris, Mo., '9&— ; Chiefly H. M. 
work and establishing Chs, 

HOBSON, Boiling, Pearisbtirg, la.— 
Born, Powhatan Co., Va.; D. D. S. Balto. C. 
Dent. Surg., 1886; Stud. Un. T. S., Va.; Lie. 
April, '93, Ord. May, '93, Pby. of Montgom- 
ery; P. Pearisburg, Walker's Creek and Green 
Valley, S. S. Hoge's Chapel, Va., 93—. 

HOBSON, John EdwaPd, Senatobia, 
Miss.— ^orn, Pontotoc Co., Miss.; Stud. 
State Agrl. C, Miss., 2 yrs.; Stud, under Pbl. 
approval, 4 yrs.; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., '96; Lie. April, '9i:, Pby. of Chicka- 
saw; Ord. April, '93, Pby. of Paris; S. S. 
Honey Grove, Tex., '93; P. Okalona, Miss., 
'93-96; Stud. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., Sept. 
'95-June '96; P. Senatobia, Miss., Nov. '96—. 

HODGE, Robert Bruce, Atheiis, Tenn. 
—Born, Oct. 3, 1856; Stud. King C, Tenn., 
and S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn. ; Farmer; Lie. April 
20, '83, Pby. of Holston; Ord. — ; S. S. Com- 
anche, Central Texas Pby., and Columbia, 
Brazos Pby., '83-84; S. S. Athens, Tenn., 
'96—. 

HOGARTH, Thomas, Jarmtts, Va.— 
Memb. Pby. of East Hanover, 1897; P. Aber- 
dour, Va., '97. 

HODGIN, Chaples Edward, Bennetts- 
viile, S. C— Born, Antioch, N. C; Dav. C, 
N. C, B. A., 1894; Un. T. S., Va., '97; Lie 
June 8, '97, Pby. of Fayetteville; Ord. May 5, 
'97, Pby. of Pee Dee; P. Bennettsville, Mc- 
Call and Tatum, S. C, July 1, '97—. 

HOGE, Edward T.— Born, Oct. 24, 1841; 
Un. T. S., Va., '70; Lie May 25, '71, Pby. of 
Montgomerv; Ord. June, '72, Pby. of Lexing- 
ton; P. Oxford, '72-77; S. S. Homer, Beth- 
any, &c., E. Texas Pby., '82; Memb. Pby. 
of Abingdon, '97; Colp., '97. 

HOGE, Moses Drury, Richmond, Va. 
—Born, Hampden-Sidney, Va. ; H.-S. C, Va., 

B. A., 1839; D. D., '54; LL.D., W. and L. U., 
Va., '86; Un. T. S., Va., '43; Lie Sept. '44, 
Pby. of West Hanover; Ord. Feb, 27, '45, 
Pby. of East Hanover; P. Richmond, Va., 
Feb. 27, '45—. (The report of "the faithful 
servant" was short and easily made. "Thy 
pound hath gained ten pounds." — Ed.) 

HOGE, Peyton Harrison, Wilmington, 
N. C. — Born, Hampden-Sidney, Va. ; H.-S. 

C, Va., B. A., 1876, M. A., 78, D. D., '89; 
Un. T. S., Va., '82; Lie. April, '82, Ord. Oct., 
'82, Pby. of East Hanover; P. 4th Ch., Rich- 
mond, Va., 82-85; P. IstCh., Wilmington, N. 
C, Dec. 1, '85—; Pres. Trustees Un. Theol. 
Sem., '96—. 

HOGUE, Charles Lehman, Memphis, 
Mo. — Born, Lebanon, Ky.; Centre C, Ky., 
B. A., 1869, M. A., '72; D. D., Wm. C, Mo., 
'96; Un. T. S., Va.; Lie Sept. 13, '72, Pby. 
of Transylvania; Ord. Nov. 17, '74, Pby. of 
Louisville; City M., Louisville, Ky., '72-74; 
P. Beulah, '74; P. Lebano, Va., '75-84; P. 
Corydon, Ky., '84-86; P. Memphis, Mo., 
'86—. 



HOLDERBY, Andrew Roberdeau, At- 

lania, Ga. — Born, Petersburg, Va.; H.-S. C 
Va.; M. D., So. Med. C, Atlanta; D. D., Pbn' 
C, S. C; Lie Oct. 6, '69, Ord. Oct. 16, '70, 
Pby. of East Alabama; P. Tuskegee, '70-8o| 
City M., Louisville, Ky.; under Dr. Stewart. 
Robinson; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Richmond, Va.; 

P. Moore Mem. Ch., Atlanta, Ga.; 

Memb. 12th Va. Regt., C. S. A. 

HOLLADAY, James Minor, Blacksburg, 
Ta.— Born, Orange Co., Va., Feb. 12, 1866; 
Stud. H.-S. C, Va., '87-89; Un. T. S., Va., 
'92; Lie May, '92, Ord. June 29, '92, Pby. of 
Montgomery; P. Rocky Mount and Piedmont, 
Va., '92-94; P. Blacksburg and Roanoke Val- 
ley, Va., '94—; Chapl. Va. Polytechnic Insti- 
tute. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, W. T., West Point, 
6"a.— Memb. Pby. of South Alabama, 1897. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, Wm. Frank, Car- 
tersville, Ga. — Born, Rockdale Co., Ga.; Dav. 
C, N. C, B. A., 1890; Col. T. S., S. C, '93; 
Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 1 yr., and Free Ch. C, 
Edinburgh, Scotland, '95-96; Lie April, '92, 
Pby. of Atlanta; Ord. Oct., '93, Pby. of Har- 
mony; P. Mt. Zion, S. C, '93-96; P. Carters- 
ville, Ga., '97—; S. S. several Chs., '96-97. 

HOLLIS, Carson Wilson, Bazns, W. Va. 
—Born, Gerardstown, W. Va.; H.-S. C, Va., 
B. A., 1871; Un. T. S., Va., '74; Lie April 25, 
'74, Ord. Dec. 11, '76, Pby. of Winchester; P. 
Front Royal, '74-93; P. Springfield, '93-94; 
P. Davis, W. Va., '93 — ; Author, sermons and 
a few lectures. 

HOLMES, N. J., Greenville, S. C— Born, 
Spartanburg Co., S. C, Sept. 9, 1847; Stud. 
U. of Edinburgh, '66-69; Lie April 13, '88, 
Ord. Ev. Oct. 12, '88, Pby. of Enoree; S. S. 
Spartanburg, S. C., '88; Ev. Pby. of Enoree, 
'88-92; P. 2d Ch., Greenvillle, S. C, '92-95; 
Ev. work, '95-96; Synl. Ev. in South Car- 
olina, Nov. '96 — ; Practiced law 11 yrs., Law- 
rence C. H., before entering the ministry. 

HOLT, Bolden H., Seguin, Tex.— Born, 
Centerville, Ga.; vStud. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
2 yrs., and Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., 1894-95; Lie 
'94, Pby. of North Alabama; Ord. '95, Pby. 
of Western Texas; P. Seguin Pbn. Ch., Se- 
guin, Tex. — . 

HOLT, James Wm., Hinton, W. Va. 
—Born, Craig City, Va.; W. and L. U., Va., 
1878; Un. T. S., Va., '81; Lie May, Ord. Oct., 
'81, Pby. of Greenbrier; S. S. Hillsdale and 
Carmel, Greenbrier Pby., '81-89; S. S., '89- 
94, and P. Hinton, W. Va., '94—. 

HOON, Hugh Will, Waxhaw, N. C. 
—Born, Mercer, Pa.; Ma. C, O.; Stud. Theol. 
under Erie Pby. and Mecklenburg Pby.; Lie 
May 14, '96, Ord. April 22, '97, Pby. of Meck- 
lenburg; Prin. Forest City Normal C, '94-96; 
P. Waxhaw, N. C, and Pres. Waxhaw Nor- 
mal and Collegiate Institute, '97 — . 

HOOPER, Thomas W., Christiansburg, 
Ka.— Born, Hanover Co., Va.; H.-S. C, Va., 
B. A., 1855; D. D., Roa. C, Va., '73; Un. T. 
S., Va., '68; Lie Sept., '67, Ord. March, '58, 
Pby. of Harmony; P. Pole Grove and Salem, 
'57-68; P. Liberty, Va., '63-65; Chapl. C. S. 



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A., 'G3-(55; P. Christiansburg, Va., '66-70; P. 
Lvnchburg. Va., 70-76; P. Selma, Ala., '76- 
88; P. Christiansburg, Va., '88—; Author, 
" Lead Me to the Rock " (Pbn. B. Pub., Phil- 
adelphia, .(50); Numerous Tracts (A. T. S., 
Pbn. B. Pub., Pbn. Com. Pub., Richmond, 
Va.). 

HOPE, Samuel Rainey, Tokushima, Ja- 
pan. — Born, Lowrvville, S. C, July 1, 1859; 
Dav. C, N. C. B. A., '82; Col. T. S., S. C, 
'86; P. G. Prin., T. S., '85-86; Ord. Nov. 2, 
'88, Pbv. of Enoree; P. Unionville, S. C, '89- 
92; P. Bolivar and Grand Junction, Tenn., 
'92—; My. to Japan, "92—. 

HOPKINS, Abnep C, Char/cstozvn, W. 
Fa.— Born, Powhatan Co., Va.; H.-S. C, Va., 

B. A., 1855; D. D., '88; Un. T. S., Va., '60; 
Lie. April, '60. Pby. of East Hanover; Ord. 
Dec, '60, Pby. of ' Winchester; P. Martins- 
burg. Va., •(>0-62; Chapl. C. S. A., '62-65; P. 
Willis, Va., '65-66; P. Charlestown, W. Va., 
'66—; Chm. Com. H. M. Syn. of Va., '73-86; 
Chm. Gen. Assemblv Com. Retrenchment 
and Reform, '79-81. 

HOPKINS, Abnep Cpump, Jp., Elk Gar- 
den, IV. la. — Born, Charlestown, W. Va.; 
H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1888; Un. T. S., Va., '95; 
Lie. May 9, '95, Ord. Sept. 8, '95, Pby. of 
Winchester; P. Elk Garden, Germania and 
Bayard, W. Va., '95—. 

HOPPER, Joseph H., Perryville, Ky. 
— Born. Lancaster, Kv., Julv 22, 1829; Lie 
Sept.. '95, Ord. Ev. March, '96, Pby. of Tran- 
sylvania; Deacon Lancaster Ch., 8 yrs. ; Rul- 
ing Elder Perry\alle Ch. , Ky., 44 yrs. } S. Sch. 
Missionary about 15 yrs.; A. Ev. Syn. of Ky. 
about 16 yrs.; Ev. Perryville, Ky. — ; Ord. at 
the age of 67. 

HORNE, T, J., Orange, 7>.v.— Born, Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; Ark. C, B. A., 1876; M. A., '80; 
Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, '76-76; Lie. Oct., '77, 
Ord. April, '78. Pbv. of Arkansas; P. Mari- 
anna. Ark., '78-90; Ev. Pby. of Arkansas, '90- 
92; Prof. Biblical Lit., Moral Science and 
Hist., Ark. College, '92-95; S. S. Des Arc and 
Lonoke, Ark., '95-97; P. E. Orange, Tex., 
'97—. 

HOTCHKIN, Chaples Eugene, Caddo, 
Ind. Ter. — Born, Choctaw Nation; Stud, un- 
der missionary teacher, and 1 yr. in Steu- 
benville, O., and in a Texas Sch. 1 yr. ; Lie 
April, 18S3, Ord. June 9. '84. Pby. ot Indian; 
H. M. work among Indian Nation; Expert 
interpreter of the Choctaw. 

HOUGH, George A., Rutherfordton, N. 
C. — Born, Newberi'v Dist., S. C; Newberry 

C, M. A., 1870; Luth. Sem., '71; Pbn. T. S., 
'71; Ord. Oct. 14, '71; P. Kanapaha, '85; P. 
Reddick, '86-87; P. Apoka Citv, Gainsboro 
and Ocala. '87-88; Ev. Randolph Co.. N. C, 
89-90; P. Bluff Ch., Cumberiand Co., '90-92; 
P. Little Brittain, '93-95; P. Rutherfordton, 
N. C, '95-96; S. S. dif. Chs. 

HOUSTON, J. L. D.. Dodd City, Ark. 
— Meiiib. Pbv. of Washbourne; S. S. Dodd 
City and YeUville, Ark., 1897. 

HOUSTON, Matthew Hale, Shanghai, 
CA/wrt.- Born, Jan. 19, 1841; W\ C, Va.; Un. 



T. S., Va., '66-66; D. D., H.-S. C, Va.; Lie. 
May, Ord. Ev. Julv, '68, Pbv. of Lexington; 
F. M. to China '68-75; Agt.'Com. of M. '75- 
77; P. Jeffersonville and Liberty Hall, Abing- 
don Pby. '77; acting P. Prylania Ch., New 
Orleans, La., '78; P. Tajlorsville and Cave 
Run, Pby. of Louisville, '78-81; My. to China 
'81-83; Agt. Com. M. '83-84; F. M. China—. 

HOUSTON, Ruthepfopd Rowland, Am- 
sterdam, I 'a. — Born, Smyrna, Asia, Maj- 20, 
1836; W. C, Va.; Un. T. S., Va., '61; Asst. 
Instr. Un. T. S., V., '60-61; Lie July 5, '61, 
Ord. Ev. July 10, '63, Pby. of Greenbrier; S. 
S. Muddy Creek and Salem, '63-66; S. S. 
Salem and Carmel, '67-71; S. S. Fincastle, 
Montgomery Pby., '71-80, and P. of same, 
'81-84; S. S. Mount Emory, Newcastle and 
Sinking Creek, Va. — . 

HOWARD, C. M., 0/d Toivn, T^.- Born, 
Charleston, S. C; Gates Acd., Mass.; McC. 
T. S., Chicago, 1867; Lie. April, '67, Pby. of 
Chicago; Ord. at Rochester, Minn.; P. 7th 
Ch., Indianapolis, Ind., '67-70; P. Kokomo 
and Tipton, Ind., '71; Ev. '71—; Author, 
" Instructions for the unconverted. Inquirers, 
Converts, Parents, Children;" "Sixteen Rea- 
sons for Believing the Bible;" "Reviving 
Hymns." 

HOWERTON, James Robept, 214 IV. 

Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. — Born, Lafay- 
ette, Kv., Aug. 9, 1861; S. W\ Pbn. U., 
Tenn., M. A., '82, D. D.. '90; Col. T. S., S. 
C, '85; Lie. April, '85, Pbv. of Nashville; 
Ord. April, '86, Pby. of Western Texas; P. 
Corpus Christi, Tex., 86-87; Prof. Tuskaloosa 
Institute, '87-88; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Little 
Rock, Ark., '88-95; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Nor- 
folk, Va., '96-96; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Charlotte, 
N. C, '96—; Ancestry Va. Baptists and Phil- 
adelphia Quakers. 

HOWISON, RobePt Reld, Fredericks- 
burg, Va. — Born, F'redericksburg, Va.; Stud. 
Fredericksburg Acd.; Stud. Law and ad- 
mitted to the Bar, 1841; LL. D. from H.-S. 
C, Va., '97; Un. T. S., Va., '42-44; Lie 
April 27, '44, Pby. of East Hanover; Ord. 
Oct. 4, '44, Pby. of Lexington; P. Staunton, 
Va.,44— 46; Practiced Law for 25 yrs.; Lie 
again April, '80; Ord. April, '81, Pby. of East 
Hanover; P. Samuel Davies Pbn. Ch., Han- 
over Co., Va., '81-83; P. 3d Pbn. Ch., Rich- 
mond, Va., '83-89; S. S. dif. times Milden, 
Culpeper and Orange, Va., 89-94; Prof. Am. 
Hist. College of Fredericksburg, Va., '94 — ; 
S. S. Ashland, Va.. '94—; Author, "History 
of Va." (out of print), '46; " Fredericksburg, 
Past, Present and Future;" "Report on 
Treatment of Prisoners of War, Confederate 
Congress;" " God and Creation " (Johnson 
& Co., Richmond, Va.), '93; "Students' 
History of the United States" (Everett 
Wadalev Co.), '92; Cor. Memb. Va. Histl. 
Soe since '50; Hon. Memb. Col. Hist. Soe, 
Washington, D. C, '94—. 

HOWISON, Wm. Thomas, O'Fallon, 

Mo.—Y>oxn, Callaway Co., Mo.; Wm. C, 
Mo., B. A. and M. A., 1874; Un. T. S., Va., 
'75; Lie. May 13, '76, Ord. '76; P, Montgom- 



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ery Cit}- and Augusta, '75-77; P. Hope and 
Arkadelphia, Ark., '78-85; P. St. Charles, 
Mo., '85-88; P. Potosi, Mo., '89-93; Pres. 
Woodlawn Seminary, O' Fallon, Mo., Feb., 
'93 — ; Scotch ancestry. 

HOYT, Henry Francis, Harmony Grove, 
Ca.— Born, Athens, Ga.; U. of Ga., B. A., 
1853, M. A., '56, D. D., '90; Col. T. S., S. C, 
'59; Lie. '59, Pbv. of Hopewell; Ord. '60, 
Pby. of Flint River; P. Albany, Ga., '60-66; 
Chapl. C. S. A., '61-65; P. Bainbridge and 
Mineral Springs, Ga., '65-77; P. Darien, Ga., 
'77-79; P. Albany, Ga., '79-81; P. Cuthbert, 
Ga., '81-83; P. Hamionv Grove and Mary- 
ville, '83-87; P. Madison^ Ga., '88-89; P. El- 
berton, Ga., '90-96; P. Harmony Grove, Ga., 
'96—. 

HUBER, Chas. MoPPis, Crystal Springs, 
Miss. — Born, Crystal Springs, Miss.; Stud. 
S. W. Pbn. U. and Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn.; Lie. Sept. 26, 1896, Pby. of Miss- 
issippi; Ord. Oct. 16, '96, Pby. of Central 
Mississippi; P. Brandon, Miss, and S. S. 
Forest and Mt. Hermon, Miss., '96 — . 

HUBERT, T. S., Cleveland, 7>««.— Memb. 
Pby. of Knoxville; P. E. Cleveland, Tenn., 
1897. 

HUDSON, GeoPge, Hangchow, China. 
— Ord. Pby. of Brazos; Appointed Mv. to 
China, Feb. 9, 1889. 

HUDSON, W. Hampton, Kiahimr, Chi- 
«a.— Born, Hudson's Mill, S. C, Feb. 9, 1867; 
Furman U., S. C, M. A., '90; Prin. U., M. 
A., '93; Prin. T. S., '93; Ord. June 29, '93, 
Pby. of Enoree; Mv. Sin Chang, China, 
'94—. 

HUGHES, James A. Dupee, Nelson, Mo. 
—Born; Nashua, N. H., Sept. 6, 1846; Dart. 
C, N. H., '68; Phila. T. S., '75; Ord. '79, 
Pby. of Lafayette; P. Westminster, Lafavette 
Pby., '79-82; P. Plattsburgh, Mo., '82-87; P. 
Gower, Mo., '83-93; P. Longwood. '94-96; 
Author, " Early Christianity " (St. Louis). 

HUMPHREYS, Cavet Wyley, Lancaster, 
S. <r.— Born, Anthony's Creek, W. Va.; Stud, 
privately; D. D. Day. C, N. C, 1895; Un. T. 
S., Va.,''75; Lie. May 1, '75, Ord. Oct., '75, 
Pby. of West Hanover; P. Bethesda, Va.; S. 
S. Paris, Pleasant Hill and Florida, Mo. ; S. 
S. Perry, Pleasant Hill and Florida, Mo.; S. 
S. New' Hope, Pleasant Hill, Florida, Mo.; 
P. Douglas and Fort Lawn, S. C; P. Lancas- 
ter and Douglas, S. C, '87 — ; Author Review 
Articles: "Marriage among near kin" {So. 
Pbn. Review), '85; "Impeccability of Christ" 
{Pbn. Quarterly), ''%^\ " Review of Dabney's 
Moral Philosophy," '97. 

HUMPHREYS, D. W., Lake City, Fla. 
—Born, Anderson. S. C; Stud. Day. C, N. 
C, 1857; Col. T. S., S. C, '60; Lie. April, 
'60, Pby. of South Carolina; Ord. '65, Pby. 
of North Mississippi; vS. S. Senatobia, Miss., 
'61-63; S. S. Dif. Chs. during the War; S. S. 
Shongalo, Miss., '65-70; S. S. Lake City, 
Fla., '83—. 

HUMPHREYS, Llewellyn, Oxford, Ky. 
—Born, Bellefontaine, Mo.; Wm. C, Mo., 
B. A., 1894; Lv. Pbn. T. S.; Lie May, '96, 



Pby. of Lafayette; Ord. '97, Pby. of West 
Lexington; S. S. Lebanon, Mo., '96; P. Ox- 
ford, Ky., '97—. 

HUNT, Frank Dean, Sanford, Fla. 
— Bom, Richmond, Va., Jan. 17, 1860; Lie. 
May 3, '89, Pby. of East Hanover; Ord. Nov. 
2, '89, Pby. of Mecklenburg; P. Henderson- 
ville and Mills River, N. C, '89-92; P. Gra- 
ham St. Ch., Charlotte, N. C, '92-94; P. 
Sanford, Fla., '94—; Gen. Sec. Y. M. C. A 
'87-89. 

HUNT, James JeffePSon, Columbus, 
Miss. — Born, Winston Co., Miss.; Stillman 
Institute, Ala., 1896; Lie. Sept. 17, '96, Ord. 
March 18, '97; Pby. of Ethel, Miss., '97—; 
Ed. Pbn. Educator. 

HUNTER, John, 50/ North Jefferson St., 
Jackson, A/iss. — Born, Ireland; Centre C, 
Ky., 1852, D. D. '63; Dan. T. S., Ky., '56; 
Lie. '55 and Ord. Nov. 1, '56, Pby. of Tran- 
sylvania; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Danville, Ky., 
'66-58; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Jackson, Miss., '58- 
96; P. E. of same, '96—. 

HUNTER, John Garniss, Harrodsburg, 
Ky. — Born, Maysville, Kv.; Centre C, Ky., 

B. A., 1861, D. D., '82; Un. T. S., Va. '70; Lie. 
'70, Pby. of Ebenezer; Ord. Sept. '71, Pby. 
of West Lexington; P. Georgetown, Ky., 
'70-88; P. 1st Ch., Harrodsburg, Ky., '88—; 
Chm. Ex. Com. Ev. work Syn. of Ky.; S. C. 
and Treasurer Pby. of West Lexington, 10 
yrs.; Pres. Board o'f Lv. Pbn. T. S.; Capt. C. 
S. A. 

HUNTER, T. M., Denmark, Tenn.— 
Memb. Pbv. of Savannah; P. Darien, Ga., 
1897. 

HUNTER, Wm. Mayhew, Barttesville, 
Ga. — Born, Mecklenburg Co., N. C; Day. C, 
N. C, B. S., 1893; Col. T. S., S. C, '96; Lie. 
May 17, '96, Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ord. Oct. 
'96, Pby. of Atlanta; Ev. Mecklenburg Pby., 
'94—95; P. Fonsythe, Bamesville, Sonora and 
Thomaston, Ga., '95 — . 

HUTTON, Copnelius Marion, Pilot 
Point, Texas. — Born, Greene Co., Ala.; U. of 
Ala., M. A., 1857, B. A., '58; Stud. Col. T. S., 
S. C; Lie. April, '60, Ord., '60, Pby. of Tus- 
caloosa; S. S. Scooba, Miss., '60-61; P. 
Bethel, Ala., '60-66; Chapl. 36th Regt. Ala., 
'61-65; S. S. Living.ston, Ala., '60-66; P. 
Bethesda, Ala., 66-69; P. Pleasant Ridge, 
Ala., '66-81; S. S. Oxford, Ehzabeth and Mt. 
OHvet, Ala.. '70-73; S. S. Pleasant Ridge. 
'81-84; Bethel and Hadden, Ala., '84-89; S. 
S. Cedar Grove, Ala., '85, and York and 
Ebenezer, Ala., '86-89; S. S. Temple, Zion 
and Nazareth, Tex., '89-90; S. S. Roanoke, 
Tex., '90-92; S. S. ColUnsville, Tex., '90, and 
Whitesboro, Tex., '92-96; S. S. Pilot Point, 
Tex., '90-96; S. S. Decatur, West F'ork, 
Springtown. Granbury, Tex., '96 — ; Corns. 
Gen. Assembly, Huntsville, Ala., '71; Author, 
"Analytical Shorter Catechism," (Pbn. Com. 
of Pub., Richmond, Va. $ .10); Prin. Acad- 
emy, Pleasant Ridge, Ala. a number of yrs. 

HUTTON, James Buchanan, Jackson. 

Miss. — Bora, Emory, Va. ; Emory and Henrv 

C, B. A., 1885; Un^ T. S., Va., '91; Lie. '91, 



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Pby. of Abinjrflon; Ord. Nov. '92, Phy. of 
Central Mississippi; P. Lexington and Dus- 
ant, '92-90; P. Jackson, Miss., '97 — . 

BUTTON, Milton Calhoun, Georgetown, 
Texas. — Born, Greene Co., Ala.; U. of Miss., 
B. A.; Col. T. S., S. C; Lie. June 13. 1872, 
Ord. May 2, '74, Pby. of Tuscaloosa; P. Be- 
thesda and Mt. Olivet, 72-74; P. Ebenezer. 
'74-78; P. Stanton and Danceyville, '76-80; 
P. Corinth, Miss., '80-82; P. Cameron, Mays- 
field and Zion, Tex., '8;}-S(), and Georgetown, 
Tex., Jan. '8(i— ; S. C. Central Texas Pby., '94 
and '97; Trustee Austin College, Tex. ; Author, 
'' Early Dew, or the Plan of Salvation Sim- 
plified for Children." (Pbn. Com. of Pub., 
Richmond, $ .OS); "Final Perseverance of 
the Saints," (Author, $ .10). 

BUTTON, Samuel Gordon, Crewe, Va — 
Born, Pleasant Ridge, Ala., Dec. 31, 1870; 
S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '90; State U., Austin, 
Tex., '92; Un. T. S., Va., '95; Lie. Mav 2, 
"95. Ord. Oct. 10, '95, Pbv. of East Hanover; 
S. S. Pryor Memorial Cli.', May 3, '95, and P. 
of same Nov. 11, '95 — ; Also P. Bardwell 
Chapel, Va., Jan. 5, '96 — ; First and only 
pastor of "Pryor Mem. Ch." Va., (congre- 
gations of Burkeville and Crewe ) . 

HYDE, Charles Henry, Cordelle, Ga.— 
Born, Macon, Ga., May 5, 1850; "The Bible 
was the onlv Theol. book I ever studied;" 
Lie. April 21, '{K), Ord. Oct. IH, '91, Pby. of 
Macon; P. Ephesus and Geneva, '91-94; S. 
S. Cordele, Rochelle and Mt. Tabor. Ga., 
'95 — ; Author of a number of poems. 

HYDE, Charles Robert, 214 N. 26th St., 
Richmond, Va. — Born, Jasper, Tenn.; Stud. 
Cumb. U., Tenn.; Coin. U., D. C, LL. B., 
1881; Stud. Un. T. S., N. Y.; Ord. June, '84, 
Pby. of Ocoee, (C. P. Ch.); Rec'd by Pby. 
of Nashville; P. Nashville, Tenn., Memphis, 
Tenn., '90-96; P. Richmond, Va., Jan. 1, 
'96 — ; Memb. Assembly's Ex. Com. of Edu- 
cation, Memphis, Tenn., 2^ yrs. 

HYLAND, Charles Augustus, Highland 
Park, Tenn. — Born, Warren Co., Miss., Stud. 
S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.; Prin. T. S., 1887; Lie. 
Oct. 28, '87, Pbv. of Central Mississippi; Ord. 
May 6, '88, PbV. of New Orieans; S. S. Ed- 
wards, Miss., '87-88; P. 3d Pbn. Ch., New 
Orieans, La., '88-93; S. S, El Paso, Tex., 
'93-95; S. S. Highland Park, Tenn., '9f>— . 

HYMAN, Samuel B., Clarksville, Texas. 
—Born, Amherst Co., Va.; Stud. Roa. C, 
Va.; Gen. Svn. T. S., Pa., 1866; Lie. Aug. 
25, '66, Ord. Aug. 18, '67, Olive Branch, Ev. 
Lutheran Svn. of Indiana; Fort Worth Pbv. 
(S. Ch.) Sept.. '96; S. S. Clarksville Groiip 
of Chs., Paris Pbv., Oct., '96, and P. Dec. 8, 
'96—. 



IRVIN, Joseph Logan, Owingsville, Ky. 
—Born, Favetteville Co.. Kv., Oct. 10, 
1870; Central U., Ky., '91; Lv. Pbn. T. 
S., Kv.; vStud. Un. T. "S., Va.; Lie. Mav, 
'94, O'rd. Oct., '94, Pby. of West Lexington; 
P. Moorefield, Owingsville and Gilead, Kv., 
'94—. 



IRVINE, Wm., Bowling Green, Ky.— 
Born, Danville, Kv.; Centre C, Ky., B. A. 
1867; Central U., Ky., D. D., '90; Un. T. S., 
Va., '72; Lie '71, Pbj-. of Transylvania; Ord. 
'72, Pbv. of Louisville; P. Mulberry, Kv., 
'72-89; 'p. Anchorage, Ky., '89-97; P. and 
Tea. Moral Philosophj- and Evidence, Belle- 
wood Female Seminary, Ky., Dec, '97 — ; and 
P. IstCh., Bowling Green, Kv. — ; S. C. Louis- 
ville Pby. 21 yrs.; Mod. Syn. of Ky., '89. 

IRVINE, Robert Andrew, Clay City, 
k'v. — Born, FavetteCo., Kv.; Centre C, Kv., 
B.' A., 1855; Lie. April 10,'Ord. Apr. 11, '89, 
Pbv. of West Lexington; S. S. Frenchberg, 
'89-91; S. S. Clay City and Stanton, Ky., '90, 
and St. Helena and Beattyville, Ky. — ; 
Teacher and evangelist. 

IRWIN, Leonidas W., Radford, Va.— 
Born, Harrisburg, Kv.; W. and L. U., Va., B. 
A. 1887; Un. T. S.,'Va., '89; Lie. May 11, 
'88, Pby. of Lexington; Ord. May 3, '90, 
Pbv. of Memphis; P. Mt. Carmel, Tenn., 
'90-92; P. Kayser Mem. Ch., Iron Gate and 
Low Moor, and S. S. Sharon, Va., 92-96; P. 
Radford and Radford Central Chs., Va., Jan. 
1, '97—, and S. S. Bell Spring, April 1, '97—; 
Author, " Year Book of Pbn. Ch.," (South). 

ISLER, Simmons Harrison, Goldsboro, 
N. (T.— Born, Jones Co.. N. C, Aug. 31, 1838; 
U. of N. C, Un. T. S., Va., '62; Lie. Mar. 16, 
'61, Ord. Ev. April 10, 63, Pbv of Favette; S. 
S. Goldsboro, N. C, '61-65; S. S. Beaver, '66, 
and P. "67-69; P. Dover, '70; S. S. Richland, 
Seminarv and Cobb's Mill's, Wilmington 
Pby., '70-84; Ev. Cobb Mills, Croatan, Pol- 
locksville and Wildwood, N. C. — . 

IVY, James Newton, Cisco, Texas.— 
Born, Alto, La.; S. W. Pbn. U., M. A., 1895; 
Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '97; Lie. 
April 8, '96, Pbv. of Nashville; Ord. Nov. 14, 
'97, Pby. of Fort Worth; P. Cisco, Tex., Julv 
8, '97—. 



JACKSON, Spencer, Anniston, Ala. 
— Born. Napoleon ville. La.; Stud. L. S. 
U., Cal., 3vrs.; Div. Sch. Tuscaloosa 
Inst. (Col. ), 1893; Lie and Ord. May 22, '94, 
Pbv. of North Alabama; P. Trinity, Annis- 
ton, Ala., '94—. 

JACOBS, James Ferdinand, Clinton, 
S. C— Born, Chnton. S. C; Pbn. C, S. C, 
B. A., 1887, M. A., '92; Col. T. S.. S. C.,'91; 
Stud. Prin. T. S., 1 yr.; Lie. '91, Ord. '93, 
Pbv. of Enoree; Financial Agt. Pbn. C, S. 
C," '91-94; P. Liberty Springs and Friend- 
ship, Pby. of Enoree, '94-97; Prof. Biblical 
and Religious Literature and Philosophy, 
Pbn. C, S. C. '91-97; Ed.-in-Chief of the 
Southern Presbyterian, Jan. 1, '98 — . 

JACOBS, J. R., San Marcos, Texas. 
—Born, Milledgeville, Ga., Aug. 8, 1848; 
Stud. Dav. C, N. C; Col. T. S., S. C, Class 
of '75; Lie. and Ord.; Ev. Charleston and 
Western Texas Pbys. ; S. S. Hillsboro, Tex., 
4 yrs.; P. New Harmony Group, S. C, 2 yrs.; 
P. Corpus Christi and Vernon, Tex., 6 yrs. 
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JACOBS, Wm. Plumep, Clinton, S. C. 
—Born, Yorkville, S. C; Charleston C, B. 
A., 1861, M. A., '6(5; D. D., Erskine C, '86; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '64; Lie April, '68, Pby. of 
Charleston; Ord. May 28, '64, Pby. of South 
Carolina; P. Shady Grove, '64-78; S. S. Rock- 
bridge, '70-87; P. CUnton, S. C, '64—, and 
Pres. Thornwell Orphanage, Clinton, S. C. — ; 
author, "The Lord's Care," '87; "To Jesus 
Above and Beyond," Our Monthly, maga- 
zine 36 vols, to date; founder Thornwell Or- 
phanage; Mission Training College and Pbn. 
College of S. C, Clinton, S. C. 

JACOBS, Wm. States, Colnmbns, Miss. 
—Born, CUnton, S. C, 1871; Pbn. C, S. C, 

B. A., '90 and M. A.; LL. B., U. of S. C, 
'93; Ph. D., Wm. C, Mo.; Col. T. S., S. C, 
'93; Lie. '92, Pby. of Enoree; Ord. '93, Pbv. 
of South Carohna; P. Edgefield, S. C, '93-94; 
P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Columbus, Miss., '94—: 
Division Chapl. of the Miss. N. G.; Founder 
and Pres. of the Palmer Orphanage; Asso. 
Ed. of the Southern Presbyterian. 

JAMES, Albert A., Pacolet, S. C. 
—Born, Yorkville, S. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1848; Col. T. S., S. C.,'51; Lie. April 5, '51, 
Ord. Nov. 1, '51, Pbv. of Bethel; P. group of 
Chs., Fairforest, '51, Grindal Shoals, '59, 
Glenn Springs, '83, Mt. Calvary, '81, Jones- 
ville, '88, Pacelot, S. C, '8(5—; also S. S. 
Spartansburg, S. C, '51-54, Salem, S. C, 
'54-59, and Enoree, S. C, '72-7(5. 

JEFFRIES, Elias D., Alderson, IV. Fa. 
—Born, Monroe Co., W. Va.. Nov. 29, 1854; 
W. Va. U.; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '82-83; Lie. 
and Ord. Pby. of Greenbrier — . 

JENNINGS, Clarke A. B., Clnion, S. C. 
—Born, Laurens Co., S. C; Pbn. C, S. C, 
M. A., 1889; Prin. T. S.. '92; Lie. '91, Ord. 
Oet. '92, Pbv. of Enoree; S. S. and P. Union, 
S. C, '92—."^ 

JOHNSON, Angus, Avalon, Texas. 
— Born, Robenson Co., N. C; Cheraw and 
Camden Acds., S. C; Col. T. S., S. C, 1836; 
Lie. April 10, '36, Pby. of Harmony; Ord. 
April, '38, Pby. of Fayette; S. S. group of 
Chs. in Duplin and Hanover Cos., N. C.,'36- 
37; P. Philadelphia and Union, N. C, '38- 
43; P. Water Vallev, Sand Spring and Cen- 
ter, Miss., '43-60; P. Philadelphia, Hudson- 
ville and Spring Creek, Miss., '60-70; P. 
Rocky Mount and Ebenezer, Tenn., '71-80; 
P. Dunedan and Johnson Lake, Fla., '82-86; 
P. Avalon, Tex., '86 — ; 89 years old, in good 
health and preaching. 

JOHNSON, A. G., Decatur. (7«.— Born, 
Elbert Co., Ga.; Mi. U., Ohio; Col. T. S., S. 

C, 1849; Ord. '49, Pby. of Flint River; P. 
Dalton, Ga. ; P. Cassville, Ga. ; P. Euharlee, 
Ga.; P. Acworth, Ga., '49 — ; age 80 years, re- 
tired. 

JOHNSON, Charles Wm, Fayetteville' 
7>w;/.— Born, Wvtheville, Va.; H.-S. C.,Va.; 
B. A., 1874, M. A., '92; Un. T. S., Va., '77; 
Lie. May, '77, Ord. July, '78, Pby. of Abing- 
don; S. S. Rich Valley, Va., '77-78; P. Jef- 
fersonville, Va., '78-83; S. S. Jonesboro, 



Tenn.; '83-85; S. S. Brick Church, Tenn., 
'85-89; S. S. Fayetteville, Tenn., '89—. 

JOHNSON, Josephus, Victoria, Texas. 
—Born, Water Valley, Miss., U. of Miss., B. 
A., 18(59; Col. T. S., S. C, '72; D. D., Austin 
C, '91; Lie. June, '71, Pby. of North Missis- 
sippi; Ord. '72 as a F. M.; P. Victoria, Tex., 
'73—. 

JOHNSON, Thomas Gary, Hampden- 
Sidney, Va. — Born, Monroe Co., W. Va.; H.- 
S. C, Va., B. A., 1882, D. D., '91; U. of Va., 
'83-84; Stud. Yale C, '87-88; Un. T. S.,'Va., 
'87; Stud. Div. Sch., Yale U., '87-88; Lie. 
May, '87, Pby. of Greenbrier; Ord. Aug. '90, 
Pby. of Central Texas; Prof. Greek and He- 
brew Exegesis, Austin Sch. of Theol., Aus- 
tin, Tex., '88-90; also Ass't Prof. Mental and 
Moral Philosophy, U. of Texas, during the 
same time; S. S. and P. E. 3d Ch., Louis- 
ville, Ky., '90-91; Prof. English Bible and 
Pastoral Theol., Un. T. S., Va., '91-92; Prof. 
Ecel. Hist, and Polity, Un. T. S., Va., '92—; 
author, "History of the Southern Presby- 
terian Church" ( vol. VI Am. Ch. Hist. Ser- 
ies, New York Christian Literature Co., 
same work issued in separate form, $1); 
"Synod of the South" (Autht)r, $;26); "The 
Alleged Difference Between the Northern 
and Southern Presbyterian Churches" (S. W. 
Pbn.) '94; "Ministerial Training" (S. Pbn. 
Quarterly) '96-97. 

JOHNSTON, Frontis Howe, Elizabeth 
City, N. C. — Born, Constantinople, Turkey; 
H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1855, D. D., '83; Un. T. 
S., Va., '58; Lie. May, '58, Pbv. of Concord; 
Ord. July 30, '59, Pby. of Orange; P. Lex- 
ington, N. C, '59-76; P. Winston, N. C.,'76- 
87; Ev. Pby. of Orange, '87-90; Ev. (New) 
Albemarle Pby., '90—; S. C. Orange Pby., 
'78-90; S. C. Albemarle Pby. '94— , and Treas. 
since '9(5—; Mod. Syn. of N. C, '83; Direc- 
tor Un. T. S., Va., '6(5—. 

JOHNSTON, James Wm., Aberdeen, 
N. C. — Born, Stewiacke, Nova Scotia; Un. 
C, N. Y., B. A. and M. A., 1862; Prin. T. S., 
'66; Lie. Pby. of Albany; Ord. '66, Pby. of 
Winchester; P. Yorktown, N. Y., '66-75; P. 
Central City, Colo., '77-79; P. Mount Hisco, 
N. Y., '79-83; P. Mariahville, N. Y., '83-88; 
P. Bethe.sda, Bethel and Montpelier, N. C, 
'89-96. 

JOHNSTON, Lewis Burwell, South 
Boston, r'a.— Born, Salem, Va., Dec. 26, 
1848; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., '68; Un. T. S.,Va., 
'71; Lie. May 22, '71, Pby. of Montgomery; 
Ord. Aug. 20, Pby. of West Hanover; P. 
Byrd and Hebron, Va., '71-80; P. Gordons- 
ville and Orange C. H., Va., '83-84; P. Heb- 
ron, Va., '84-87; P. Harrisonburg, Va., '87^ 
92; P. South Boston, Va., '92—; author, Ed. 
Presbyterian Record 2 yrs., '94-96; Memb. 
Board of Trustees, Un. Seminary; Chm. H. 
M. Com., Roanoke Pby., Va. 

JOHNSTON, Robert Zenas, Lincolnton, 
N. C— Born, Mt. Vernon, N. C, Dec. 14, 
1834; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., '58; Col. T. S., 
S. C, '61; Lie. April 13, '61, Ord. Nov. 17, 
'61, Pbv. of Concord; P. Providence and Sh a- 



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ron, Concord Pby. J) yrs. ; S. C. Concord Phy. 
2yrs.; S. C. Mecklenburg Pby. '69-96, and 
at present Historical Agt. Mecklenburg I'by; 
P. Lincolnton, N. C, Jan., 72—, and H. M. 
along C. C. Ry.; many Chs. established; au- 
thor, several historical sketches of old Chs., 
etc.; Ed. and Pub. of The Monthly Bulletin, 
Liccolnton, N. C. 

JOHNSTON, T. S., Ripley, Texas. 
— Memb. Pby. of Paris; S. S Alpine, Golden 
Rule and Big Sandy, Tex., 1897. 

JONES, Alfred, /'K/a.y/t/O/v, ra.— Bom, 
Valley Grove, W. Va ; Bethany C, Pa., B. A , 
1867; Un. T. S., Va , '70; Stud, in Scotland 
and Germanv 2 vrs.; D. D., King C, Tenn., 
'97; Lie. Apnl 14, '70, Pby. of West Han- 
over; Ord. May 4, '72, Pby. of Lexington; S. 
S. Big Lick and Mountain Union, 18 mos. ; 
P. Colliertown, Va.; P. Old St. Petersburg, 
Va.; P. Fairfield and Timber Ridge, Va.; P. 
Pulaski, Va. — . 

JONES, APthuP Gpay, San Antonio, 
Texas. — Born, Memphis, Tenn.; Ark. C, B. 
A., 1888, M. A., '92; Un. T. S., Va., '90; Ord. 
Nov. 23, '90, Pbv. of Arkansas; P. Batesville, 
Ark., '90-95; P.'lst Ch., San Antonio, Tex., 
•95_; Tea. Hebrev/ in Ark. C, '90-92. 

JONES, James Edwapd, Meridan, Miss. 
—Born near Decatur, Ga.; Col. T. S., S. C, 
1876; Lie. April, '74, Ord. Oct., '75, Pby. of 
Cherokee; P. Cedartown, Ga., '76-90, and S. 
S. Adairsville, Euharlee, Rockmart, Cave 
Spring and Silver Creek, Ga. ; P. Vicksburg, 
Miss., "90-93; S. S. El Paso, Tex., 8 mos.; P. 
1st Ch., Meridian, Miss., Dec. 1, '93—. 

JONES, Oliver Greene, Rock Hill, S. C. 
— Born, Izard Co., Ark.; G. andT. C, Tenn., 
B. A., 1890; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., and Stud. 
Theol. privatelv; Lie. and Ord. Sept., 91, 
Pby. of Holston; Ev. Holston Pby, and S. S. 
Elizabethton, Erwan and Embreeville, '91- 
96; Ass't P. 1st Ch., Rock Hill, S. C, '96; P. 
White Mem. Ch., Rock Hill, S. C, and S. S. 
Hopewell, S. C. '96— . 

JONES, Thomas Thweatt, San Marino, 
Fa.— Born, Amelia Co., Va., Aug. 23, 1836; 
H.-S. C. Va., B. A., '65; D. D., '93, U. of 
Va.; Stud. Theol. privately; Lie. Dec. '74; 
Ord. June, 75, Pby. of P^ast Hanover; P. 
Brunswick, Va., "75-84; and P. Brunswick 
and Namozine Pby. of East Hanover '84 — ; 
served in Confed. Arm}'; Memb. Va. State 
Senate. 

JONES, Wm. A., Uoodville, Texas. 
— Born. Wales; Stud. London, Eng., and 
McC. T. S., Chicago; Lie. about '68, Pby. of 
New Albanv; Ord. about '82, Pbv. of Savan- 
nah; P. IMt. Vernon, Ga., '83-86; P. Wood- 
ville, Tex., and Alabama Indian Ch.. Polk 
Co., Tex., '90—; City M. work, Louisville, 
Ky., lyr.; Savannah, Fla., 3 yrs.; Baltimore, 
Md., 2 yrs.; Bible Society work in N. W. 
Ter. and States of Iowa, Neb.. Fla., Ga. and 
Ky.; the whole tribe of Alabama Indians are 
in the church leading quiet Chri.stian lives. 

JORDAN, Donald E., Wiunshoro, S. C. 
—Born. Person Co.. N. C; H.-S. C. Va.. B. 
A., 1852, M. A., "55, D. D., '87-88; Lie. 



'67, Ord. '69, Pby. of Orange; P. Madi- 
.son and Wentworth Chs., Orange Pby., "58- 
70; P. Oxford and Grassy Creek, '70-72, and 
Henderson, '72-74; P. Oxford and Hender- 
son, '74-80, and Henderson and Nut Bush, 
'80-82; P. Sion Ch., Winnsboro, S. C, '82—. 

JUNKIN, D. p., Mt. Meridian Va. 
— W. and L. U., Va.. B. A.; Memb. Pby. of 
Lexington; P. Mt. Horeb, Va., 1897. 

JUNKIN, W. M., care of N. Y. k'aishai, 
Chemulpo, Korea, Asia. — Born, Christians- 
burg, Va., Dec. 13, 1865; W. and L. U., Va., 
B. A., '89; Un. T. S., Va., '92; Lie. Mav 13, 
'92, Ord. June 28, '92, Pby. of Montgomery; 
My. to Korea, Asia, Jan. 12, '92 — . 

JUNKIN, W. F., Hsu Chien, Chinkiang, 
China. — Memb. Pbv. of Arkansas; My. to 
China, June 9, 1896.' 



KEADY, Wm. GeOPge, Greensboro, Ala. 
—Born, Baltimore, Md.: W. and J. C, 
'Pa.. B. A., 1866, D. D.. '83; Stud. 
Theol. under care of Pbv; Lie. April 10, Ord. 
Oct. 26, '72, Pbv. of Springfield; Prof. Oak- 
land College, Miss., '66-69; P. Williamsville 
and Dawson, 111., '72-73; P. Jefferson City, 
Mo., '74-76; P. Savannah, Mo., '77-80; P. 
Bolivar, Tenn., '81-84; P. Cynthiana, Ky., 
86-89; P. Greensboro, Ala., '89—; Stud. Law 
and Medicine; I^st right arm at Vicksbbrg, 
'63. 

KEAHEY, NeillBPuee, Monroe-Mle, Ala. 
—Born, Argata, Ala.; Col. T. S., S. C, 1894; 
Lie. June 19, Ord. Nov. '94, Pby. of South 
Alabama; P. Monroe Group of Chs., Mon- 
roeville. Perdue Hill, Scotland. River Ridge 
and Bell's Landing. Ala., Nov. '94—; S. Sch. 
My., Syn. of Ala., '89-91. 

KEE, John A., Nacogdoches, Tex. — Born, 
Richburg. S. C; Stud. S. C. U. 2 yrs. and S. 
W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 2 yrs.; Un. T. S., Va., 
1897; Lie. Dee. '97, Pby. of East Texas; Ord. 
P. Nacogdoches, Lufliin, Livingston, Tex., 
'97—. 

KEGLEY, H. C, Union City, Tenn. 
—Born, Bland C. H., Va., King C, Tenn., 
B. A., 1891; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., '94; Lie. 
'93, Pby. of Harmony; Ord. '94, Pby. of Or- 
ange; P. Mebane, N. C., and Pres. Pbn. High 
School, Mebane, N. C, '94-97; P. Union 
City, Tenn., '97—. 

KELL, J. L., Eddy, N. J/.— Born, Cali- 
fornia; McC. T. S., Chicago, 1897; Received 
from the Cumberland Pbn. Ch., June 11, '96, 
into Pbv. of Dallas; P. Eddy, New Mexico, 
May. '97—. 

KELLER, W. E., Louisville, A'v.— Born, 
Harrodsburg, Ky.. Feb. 12, 1840; Stud. Un. 
T. S., Va., 2 yrs.i^ '74-75; Lie. and Ord. April, 
'7(5. Pby. of Transvlvania; P. Big Spring, 
Louisville Pbv., '78; P. Mt. Sterling and 
Springfield Chs., Trans. Pbv., '80-83; P. 
Bardstown. Louisville, Pbv., '83-89; P. Mer- 
idian, Miss., '89-93; P. W'oodlawn Ch., Lou- 
isville, Ky., "97; Lawyer and Judge, '66-72. 

KELLY, James, Clarkton, N. C— Bom, 
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Stud. Tlieol. Privately and 2 yrs. in Uni- 
versity; Lie. '63, Ord. '65, Pby. of Fayette- 
ville; S. S. Jackson Spring, Moore Co., 
'63-64; S. S. Brown, March and Mount Hor- 
eb, Bladen Co., '64r-65, and P. of same '77; 
S. S. Elizabethtown and White Plains, N. C, 
'80-90; Prin. Female Sem., Leeland, S. C, 
'76-80; Prin. Clarktown High Sch., 88-92; 
Supt. of Education Bladen Co., N. C, '80-89. 

KENNEDY, B. Daniel, Hermoti, Temi. 
— Born, Camp Creek, Tenn; King C. Tenn., 

B. A., 1886; Un. T. S., Va, '89; Ord. April, 
'90, Pbv. of Holston; S. S. Avondale, Ala., 
'91-92; S. S. Jonesboro, Tenn., '92; S. S. 
Russellville, Tenn., '98; Mt. Zion, Tenn., 
'96, and P. Meadow Creek, Tenn., '96—. 

KENNEDY, English P., Black Rock, 
Ark.— Born, Clarksville, Tenn.; Ark. C, B. 
A., 1891; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky. '96; Lie. Nov. 
15, '96, Ord. Jan. 24, '97, Pbv. of Arkansas; 
P. Black Rock and Walnut Ridge, Ark., 
June, '96 — . 

KENNEDY, J. C, Mt. Moiirne, N. C. 
— Born, Iredell Co., N. C; Stud. Institution 
for the Bhnd, Raleigh, N. C; vStud. Theol. 
Privately; Lie. Aprit 7, '55, Ord. Sept. 12, 
'91, Pby. of Concord; S. S. as the way was 
open — preaching most of the time; was born 
Wind. 

KENNEDY, John Joseph, Lozvesville, 
N. r.— Born, 1838; Dav. C, N. C, 1859; 
Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, '65-68; Lie. and Ord.; 
P. New Hope Ch., '68-82; P. Olney and 
Long Creek, '83-87; P. Unity Ch., Lowes- 
ville, Castanea Grove and S. S. Machpelah, 
N. C— . 

KENNEDY, Marion Sawyer, Pulaski, 
Tenn. — Born, Camp Creek, E. Tenn.; W. 
and M. C, Va., B. A., 1877; Un. T. S., Va., 
'81; Lie. Aug. 27, '81, Ord. April 1, '82, Pby. 
of Columbia; S. S. Beth Birei and Lewis- 
burg, Tenn., '81; P. Lewisburg, Tenn., '82 
and P. Beth Birei, Tenn., '88-92; P. E. and 
P. Pulaski, Tenn., Feb. 27, '92—. 

KENNEDY, W. L., Hnntsville, Tex. 
— Born, Greene Co., Ala.; U. of Ala., B. A., 
1855, M. A., '59; Prin. T. S., '59; Lie. June 
23, '59, Ord. March 31, '60, Pby. of Tusca- 
loosa; P. Bethsalem and Burton's Hill, '59-68; 
P. Tuscaloosa, Ala., '68-70; P. Elyton, '70-71; 
P. Benningham, '71-74; P. Indianola, Tex., 
'74-75; P. San Marcos, Tex., '75-81; P. 
Olivet, Drv Creek, Sharon and Hopewell, 
'81-83; P.'Huntsville, Tex., '83-92; P. Co- 
tulla, '92-94; P. San Antonio, Tex., '94-95; 
Chaplain Hnntsville, Tex., '95 — ; (dates ap- 
proximate ) . 

KERR, James Witherspoon, Brandon, 
Miss.— Born, Clarksville, Va., Nov. 11, 1820; 
Wn. R. C, O., B. A., '49; M. D., '53; Med. 

C, Cleveland, O.; U. of Va. and P. and S. 
Ung., N. Y. Cv.: Prin. T. S., '60; Lie. '60, 
Pby. of New Brunswick; Ord. Ev. Oct. 18, 
'61, Pby. of Tombeckbee; S. S. Unity and 
Beensheba, Miss., '60-66; S. S. Mayhew and 
Starkville, '66-67; S. S. Okolona, '67-68; S. 
S. Yazoo Citv. '68, and P. '69-72; Tea. Yazoo 
City, '70-73;"^ S. S. Monticello, Ark., '74-78; 



Tea. Natchez, '80; S. S. Geneva and Camil- 
la, Ga., '81; S. S. Valdosta and Bethany, 
'81-85; S. S. Brandon, Miss., '86-92; Author, 
"The Discipline of Dancing; " ( Harrison & 
Co., Atlanta, Ga.), '78. 

KERR, John Edmond, Fulton, Mo. 
—Born, Molino, Mo.; Wm. C, Mo., B. L 
1894; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., '97; Lie. Sept. 
29, '96, Ord. July 20, '97, Pby. of Missouri; 
H. M. work. Deer Park, Indian Grove and 
Bethel, Mo., '95; S. S. Versailles and Tus- 
cumbia. Mo., '96; S. S. White Cloud and 
New Bloomfield and P. Mt. Olivet and Ebi- 
nezer, Mo., '97—. 

KERR, Meredith H., Laivson, Mo. 
—Born, Mexico, Mo.; Wm. C. Mo., B. A , 
1886; McC. T. S., Chicago, '89; Lie April 1, 
'88, Pby. of Missouri; Ord. May 18, '88, 
Pbv. of North Texas; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Wichita Falls, Tex., April, '89-92; P. Pal- 
myra, Mo., '92-97; P. Lawson, Mo., '97—. 

KERR, Robert P.,50^ JF. Grace St., Rich- 
mond, Fa. — Born, Greensboro, Ala.; Wm. 
Jewel C, Mo., B. A., 1870; D. D. W. and L. 
U., Va.; Un. T. S., Va., '73; Lie '72, Pby. of 
Nashville; Ord. '74, Pby. of Lafayette; P. 
Lexington, Mo.; P. Thomasville, Ga.; P. Sa- 
vannah, Ga. ; P. Tabb-St. Ch., Petersburg, 
Va.; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Richmond, Va., Feb. 
3, '84 — ; Author, " Presbyterianism for the 
People;" (Pbn. Bd., Philadelphia, |0.50); 
"The History of Presbyterianism," "The 
Voice of God in History," "The Land of 
Holy Light; or, Travels in the Orient," 
"Hymns of the Ages," ($0.75); "Bible 
Baptism," "The Pbn. Communion Class 
Book," (Pbn. Com. of Pubn., Richmond, 
Va., the last two $0.10). 

KILLOUGH, Walter Wellington, Skazv- 
neetoivn. Mo. — Born, Concord, N. C; Stud. 
Dav. C, N. C; M. A., Ark. C, 1879; Ref. 
Ch., T. S.. New Brunswick, N. J., '76; Lie. 
'76, Ord. '77, Pby. of Arkansas; P. Harrison, 
Ark., '76-84; P. Lando, Tex., '84-91; P. Bra- 
zeau. Mo., '91 — . 

KILPATRICK, Wm. Morton, New Wa~ 
verly, Tex. — Born, Harrisonburg, Va. ; Un. 
T. S., Va., 1861; Lie. June 13, '61, Pby. of 
Orange; Ord. May 10, '62, Pby. of Concord; 
P. Concord, N. C, '62-64; S. S. Mocksville 
and Frankhn, N. C, '64-66; S. S. St. Mary's 
and Brunswick, Ga., 1 yr., '67; Served Chs. 
in Texas from '68; Columbus, 3 yrs.; Gon- 
gales, 4 yrs.; Weiman, 4 yrs.; Flatonia, 5 
yrs. Ft. Worth, 2 yrs.; Weatherford, 1 yr. ; 
Goliad, 1 yr. ; Navislad, 3 yrs.; Indianola, 2 
vrs. and 9 mos.; Cedar Point, 3 yrs.; Waver- 
iv about 10 vrs. and S. S. New Waverly, 
Tex., '90—. 

KIMMONS, James Me., Oxford, Miss. 
—Born, Cabarras, Co., N. C; Han. C.,Ind., 
M; A., 1851; Lie. Dee. 15, '87, Ord. April 21, 
'88, Pby. of Chickasaw; S. S. Spring Creek, 
'88-89; S. S. Tallahatchie, '88-97; S. S. Leb- 
anon, '89 and P. Hopewell, Miss., '88—. 

KIMMONS, John Alexander, Evinston, 
Fla.— Born, Cabarras Co., N. C; Han. Sem., 
Ind., B. A., 1851; New Alb. T. S., Ind., '53; 



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Orel. April 29, '53, Pby. of Chickasaw; P. 
Raleigh, Tenn.; P. Corinth, Miss.; P. Lees- 
burg, Fla.; Sanford, Fla. ; Reddick, Fla., 
and Center Point, Fla. — . 

KIMMONS, Levi Hope, r/r^/V, A/iss. 
— Born, La P'avette Co., Miss.; U. of Miss., 
Ph. B., 1883; t'n. T. S., Va., '86; Lie. '86, 
Pby. of Chickasaw; Ord. '87, Pby. of Wash- 
bourne; S. S. Van Buren and various Chs. in 
Texas and the Western States; S. S. Camden, 
Concord, Forest Grove and Upper Green- 
wood, Miss. — 

KING, James Lawrence, ^5 Dunlap 
St., Atlanta, (Ja. — Born, Charleston, S. C, 
Apr. 14, 1819; Stud. Og. U., Ga.; Stud. Theol. 
under Rev. D. R. Post, Charleston, S. C; 
Lie. Oct., '49, Pbv. of Hopewell; Ord. Julv, 
'80, Pby. of Flint 'River; P. Fellowship, Jack- 
son, McDonough; S. S. 1st Ch., Atlanta, Ga., 
10 mos.; Pbl. Ev. 14 mos.; S. S. Cuthbert 
and Ft. Gaines, Perry, Mt. Zion; P. Fairview 
and Narcross; S. S. Fairview and Marion, 
Ga. — . 

KING, Rutledg-e T.,A/to>i, 7>;/?/.— Born, 
Sullivan Co., Tenn.; King C, Tenn., B. A., 
1875; Un. T. S., Va., '76; Lie '76, Ord. '78, 
Pby. of Holsten; P. Pisgah and Bethel; 
Memb. Pby. of Holston, 1897—. 

KING, Samuel A., Waco, Tex.— -Rom, 
Woodford Co., Kv., Oct. 11, 1834; D. D. S. 
W. Pbn. U., Tenn'., '85; Stud. Theol. under 
Rev. Wm. M. King; Ord. April, '66, Pby. of 
Texas; S. S. Crockett, Tex., and other Chs. 
and M}'. work in outlying fields; P. 1st Ch., 
Waco, 'Tex., Feb. '63—; Delegate to Pan 
Pbn. Council, Edinboro, '77; Director S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn.; Twice Mod. Syn. of Tex.; 
Corns, to nine Gen. Assemblies; Moderator 
of Assembly '92. 

KIRTLAND, Alexander, Americus, Ga. 
—Born, Orange Co., N. C; U. of N. C; 
Stud. Un. T. S., Va.; Lie Pby. of Orange. 
Ord. Pbv. of Wilmington; P. Mt. Olive, 
Clinton, \\Tiiteville, Chadbo, N. C; S. S. Ge- 
neva, Perry, Leeshurg, Whitey and Pleasant 
Hill, Ga. — . 

KIRKPATRICK, Milton Randolph, 
Blackstock, S. C. — Born, Fort Deposit, Ala., 
1850; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., '73; Stud. Col. 
T. S., S. C; Ref. T. S., New Brunswick, N. 
J., '76; Lie. April, '75, Ord. Oct., "76, Pby. of 
East Alabama; P. Lebanon, Nixburg, Dade- 
villeand Wetumpka, Ala. ,'76-78; Ev. Macon, 
Swain and Clav Cos., N. C, '78-82; P. Clo- 
ver, S. C, '82-91; P. Beersheba, S. C, '88- 
91; P. Wadesboro and Morven, N. C.,' 91-94; 
P. Concord and Black.stock, S. C, '94—. 

KISTLER, Adolphus, Festtis, Mo.— 
Bom, Schussenriecl, Germany; S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn., IHiK); Un. T. S., Va., '92; Lie. 
May 30, Ord. Sept. 2K, '92, Pbv of St. Louis; 
Ev. Madison, 111., '92-93; P." Joachim Ch., 
Festus, ]Mo., Mar. 1, '93—. 

KNIGHT, M. G., Chicago, ///.—Memb. 
Pby. of Louisville — . 

kOELLE, Ferdinand Otto, 1617 Alteon 
St., New Orleans, /,«.— Born, Elberfeld, Ger- 
many; Deacon Inst., Duisburg, Ger. ; St. 



Chri-scono, Basel, Switzerland, 1867; Lie. and 
Ord. April 8, '69, Pby. of New Orleans; P. 2d 
German Pbn. Ch., New Orleans, La., April 8, 
'69—; Author, Ed in Chief and Pub. of 
Deutscher Hausfreund und Der Christen- 
botex; "Hist, of the Second Pbn. Ch. of 
New Orleans; " Organized and first Pres. of 
the German Protestant Home for the Aged 
and Infirm. 



LACY, Beverly Tuekep, jo/j Cambridge 
Place, Washington, D. C. — Bom, Prince 
Edward Co., Va., Feb. 21, 1819; W. and 
L. U., Va., B. A., '43, M. A. ,'47; Wm. C, Mo., 
D. D.; Prin. T. S., '46; Lie. '46, Pby. of New 
Brunswick; Ord. '47, Pby. of Winchester; P. 
Winchester, Va., Salem, Va., Frankfort, Kv.; 
P. Pine St'-Ch., St. Louis, Mo.; P. Mexico, 
Mo.; about 5 yrs. at each place; Supt. Mis- 
sions for Syn. of Mo. 2 yrs.; Chapl. 2d Corps 
Army of N. Va., C. S. A.; retired on acct. of 
ill health. 

LACY, James Horace, Florence, Ala. 
— Born, Lexington, Va. ; Stud. U. of Va. 2 
yrs.; Un. T. S., Va., 1889; Ord. May '89, Pby. 
of Orange; P. Mebane, N. C, '89-91; West- 
minister, N. C, "91-93; P. Florence, Ala., 
"93—. 

LACY, Matthew Lyle, Sink's Grove, W. 
J 'a. — Bom, Prince Edward Co., Va., Aug. 6, 
1833; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., '53, M. A., '56; Un. 
T. S., Va., '69; Lie. Sept., '59, Ord. '60, Pby. 
of Hanover; S. S. Mercy Seat, Providence, 
Rough Creek, Cub Creek, Pb\'. of Roanoke, 
'62-69; P. Lewisburg, Pby. of Greenbrier, 
'69-82; Prin. Lewisburg Female Institute, 
'82-87; P. Union and Mt. Pleasant, W. Va., 
'87 — ; Degree of D. D. 

LACY, Wm. Sterling, /s6 Boush St., 
Norfolk, \'a. — Born, Raleigh, N. C; Dav. 
C, N. C, B. A., 1859, M. A., '69, D. D. '89; 
Un. T. S., Va., '59-62; Lie April, '62, Pby. of 
Roanoke; Ord. April, '69, Pby. of Abingdon; 
P. Anchor of Hope and Cove Chs., Abing- 
don Pbv., '68-73; P. Buffalo and Euphronia 
Chs., Favetteville Pbv., '73-88, and P. of 
Jonesboro Ch., same P'bv., '86-88; P. 2d Ch., 
Norfolk, Va., '88—; S. C. Pby. of Abingdon, 
'69-73; S. C. Syn. of N. C, '78-86; S.C. Pby. 
of Norfolk, '93-97; Treasurer Pbv. of Fay- 
etteville, '80-88; Tmstee Dav. C.,"N. C, '76- 
88; Director and Trustee Un. T. S., Va., '80- 
88, and Trustee "Assembly's Home and 
Sell.," Fredericksburg, Va., '94 — . 

LAFFERTY, John Wilson, Berkeley 
Sprins;s, W. Va.—V,ox\\, Charlotte, N. C; 
Dav. C., N. C, B. a., 1SS3; Prin. T. S., '87; 
Lie. Sept., '87, Pby. of Concord; Ord. Nov., 
'87, Pbv. of Lcxin'gton; P. Union Ch., Lex- 
ington 'Pbv., "87-90; 111 health, '91-93; S. S. 
Central Ch., Clarkburg, '94; S. S. Elk City 
and Glenwood, '95; P. Piedmont, W. Va., '96; 
S. S. Berkeley Springs, W. Va., '97 — . 

LAIRD, Alexander Franklin, Front 
Roval, /rt.— Born, Kerr's Creek, Va., Jan. 1, 
1S47; W. and L. U., Va.;Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 
'72-73; Lie. Sept. 4, '73, Ord. June. '74, Pby. 
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land Cos., Va., and P. Chs. at Greenwood, 
Mountain Grove and Beulah, Va., '73-82; P. 
Mt. Horeb, Lexington Pby., '82-94; P. Front 
Royal and Ninevah, Va., July 1, '94 — . 

LAIRD, Henpy Ruffner, MiUersburg^ 
Ky. — Born, Kerr's Creek, Va. ; W. and L. U.> 
Va.; Un. T. S., Va., 1869; Lie. April, '69, Pby. 
of Lexington; Ord. April, '70, Pby. of Hol- 
ston, S. S. Mt. Camiel and Lozewell, Pby. of 
Holston, '69-70; S. S. Spring Hill and Mt. Car- 
mel, Roanoke Pby., '71-73.; S. S. Buffalo and 
Arbuckle, Kanawha Pby., '74-76; S. S. Fort 
Spring and Alderson, Greenbrier Pbv., '76- 
83; S. S. Gongales, W. Tex. Pby., '83-89; S. 
S. Tinkling Spring, Pby. of Lexingtan, '89- 
91; S. S. Beeville and Goliad, Pbv. of West- 
ern Texas, '91-97; S. S. Millersburg, Ky., 
May 7, '97 — . 

LAIRD, Wm. Ramsey, Danville, Va. 
—Born, Kerr's Creek, Va., Sept. 30, 1856; 
Stud. H.-S. C, Va., and W. and L. U., Va.; 
Un. T. S., Va., '81; Lie. May, '81, Pby. of 
Lexington; Ord. Nov., '81, Pby. of Memphis; 
P. Mason, Centre and Tabernacle Chs., '81- 
83; S. S. and P. Millersburg, Ebenezer Pbv., 
'83—; P. Danville, Va.— . 

LAMBDIN, Milton Bennett, St. Albans, 
W. Fa.— Born, Baltimore. Md.; Stud. H.-S. 
C, Va., 1882; Un. T. S., Va., '85; Lie. '84, 
Pby. of Maryland; Ord. '85, Pby. of West 
Hanover; P. New Canton, Va.; P. Hancock, 
Md.; P. Goshen, Va.; P. St. Albans, W. 
Va.— . 

LAMBERT, A. N., Seldens P. O., Va. 
— Memb. Pb}-. of Lexington — . 

LANCASTER, Richard Venable, A^e- 
nansmlle, JV. C. — Born, Cumberland Co., Va.; 
H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1884; Un. T. S., Va., 
'87; Lie. April 9, Ord. June 5, '87, Pby. of 
West Hanover; My. to China, '87-92; S. S. 
Rocky River and Zion Chs., Pby. of Concord, 
'93-96; Ev. Grove, Chinquapin and Hebron, 
Wilmington Pby., '96 — . 

LANE, J. G., Aberdeen, il/m.- Memb. 
Pby. of Tombeckbee; S. S. Aberdeen, Miss. — . 

LANGTRY, Walter McAfee., Bowling 
Green, iMo. — Born, Callowav, Mo.; Wm. C, 
Mo., B. A., 1889, M. A., '92; McC. T. S., 
Chicago, '93; Lie, '91, Pby. of Missouri; Ord. 
'93, Pby. of St. Louis; P. Wentzville, Mo., 
'93-96; P. BowUng Green, Mo., '97—; Author, 
tract on "Systematic Giving" (Pres. Com. 
of Pub., Richmond, Va. ) 

LAPSLEY, James, Dawson, ^/a.— Stud. 
Un. T. S., Va.; Lie Pbv. of Tuscaloosa; Ord. 
Ev. Dec. 17, 1886, Pby. of North Alabama; S. 
S. Hartselle, Somerville and Fairview, Ala., 
'86-88; S. S. Vine Hill, Ala.; S. S. Chs. in 
Ky.; S. S. Waynesville. N. C, "85; S. S. 3d 
Ch. and West Anniston, Ala.; Teacher, Daw- 
son, Ala.—. 

LAPSLEY, Robert Albert!, Greeriville, 
Fa— Born, Selma, Ala., Oct. 18, 1858; Dav. 
C, N. C, B. A.; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, and 
Un. T. S., Va.; Lie. April, '80, Pby. of South 
Alabama; Ord. June, '81, Pby. of Memphis; 
P. Lauderdale St. Ch., Memphis, Tenn., '81- 



82; P. Ebenezer Ch., Charleston, S. C, '82- 
85; P. Vine Hill, Ala., '85-88; P. West An- 
niston Ch., Anniston, Ala., '88-91; Ev N 
Ala. Pby., '91-92; P. Bethel Ch., Augusta, 
Ga., '92—. 

LATHAM, Charles Wm., Trov, Mo. 
Born, Sullivan Co., Tenn.; Stud. King C 
Tenn.; Un. T. S. Va., Class of 1884; Lie"! 
June, Ord. Sept., '84, Pby. of Palmyra; P. 
Big Creek Ch., Rennselaer, Mo., with Paris, 
Mo., '84-90; S. S. Van Buren and Alma, Ark., 
'90-91; P. Troy and Ohvet, Mo., '91—. 

LATHAM, J. E., Batesville, Ark.— Born, 
Sullivan Co., Tenn.; King C, Tenn., B. A., 
1873, D. D., '97; Un. T. S., Va., '78; Lie. 
April, '77, Pby. of Holston; Ord. April, '79, 
Pby. of Palmyra; S. S. Big Creek and Mon- 
roe Citv, Mo., '78-84; Ev. Palmyra Pbv., 1 
yr.; P. Kahoka, Mo., '85-88; P. South Fork 
and New Hope, Mo., '88-95; P. Batesville, 
Mo., Oct., '95—. 

LATHAM, Robert Hugh, California, 
Mo.— Born, Sullivan Co., Tenn.; S. W. Pbn. 
U., B. A., 1891, M. A.; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn., '91; Lie Sept., '90, Pby. of Nash- 
ville; Ord., Sept., '91, Pbv. of Palmvra; P. 
La Belle and Zion Hill, Pby. of Palmyra, '91- 
95; Chm. H. M. Com., '96; P. New Madrid, 
'95-97; Chm. H. M. Com. California and Tip- 
ton, July, '97—. 

LATIMER, Robert Milton, Collierslown, 
Fa.— Born, Abbeville Co., S. C, June 28, 
1857; Newberry C, S. C, B. A., '86; D. D., 
Ruth C, N. C, '95; Col. T. S., S. C, '89; 
Lie. April 12, '89, Pby. of Charlestown; Ord. 
Nov. 26, '89, Pby, of Eastern Texas; P. Car- 
thage, Concord and Mt. Zion, "90; P. 2d Ch., 
Columbia, Tenn, Carolina and Kentyre, Pee 
Dee Pby., '90-91; P. Mariana, Ark:, '91-92; 
Pea River, Ala., '92-93; P. Monterey, Va., 
'94-95; P. Collierstown, Va., '95—; Lineal de- 
scendant of Rev. F'rancis Makemie. 

LATIMER, Thomas D., Macon, Miss. 
— Born, near Yorkville, S. C; Erskine C, B. 
A., 1871; Nat. Sch. of EL and O., '84; Prin. 
T. S., '75; Lie. June 13, '74, Pby. of Bethel; 
Ord. Oct. 3, '75, Pby. of Atlanta; S. S. and P. 
Moore Mem. Ch., Atlanta, Ga., '75-76; S. S. 
Jefferson City, Tex., '77-78; P. Mavslick, Ky., 
'80-81; S. S. Corinth, Miss., '85-9'0; S. S. St. 
Elmo Ch., Chattanooga, Tenn., '91-92; P. 
Cleveland, Tenn., '92-93; P. Macon, Miss., 
Sept. 1, '95—. 

LAW, John Gordon, Ocala, Fla. — Born, 
Columba, Tenn., Sept. 14, 1839; Stud. Jack 
C, Tenn., '53-54; Med. C, Memphis, '60-61; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '70; Stud. U. Edinburgh, 
'70-71; U. P. Div. Hall, Edinburgh, '71; As- 
sembly C, Belfast, Ireland, '72-73; Lie. June 
10, '69, Pby. of Memphis; Ord. Nov. 23, Pby. 
of South CaroHna; P. Walhalla, S. C, '73-76; 
Ev. Pby. of S. C..'78;P. Circular Ch., Charles- 
ton, S. C, '79; P. Darlington, S. C, '79-94; 
P. Ocala, Fla., '94—; Sec. Bd. of Directors, 
Col. T. S., S. C, "86-89; Trustee Dav. C, N. 
C, '91-95; S. C. Pee Dee Pby., '91-94; Memb. 
Bd. of Visitors Thornwell Orphanage, '91-94; 
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bly, 7(5, '81, '8«, '92, '94, '96; Meiiil). Pan Pbn. 
Council, London, England, '88. 

LAW, P. R., Lumba- Bridge, N. C— 
Born, Martinsville, Va.; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
B.A.,187t; Un. T. S., Va., '77; Lie. and Ord., 
'77, Pby. of Orange; FCv. and S. S. Pittsboro, 
Haywood and Mt. Vernon Springs, Pby. of 
Orange, '77-85; P. Monroe and Matthew's 
Chs., Pby. of Mecklenburg, '8r)-87; P. Lumb- 
erton Ch., Fayetteville Pby., '88-98; P. 
Lumber Bridge, N. C, '98 — ; S. C. P'avette- 
ville Pby, '90—. 

LAW, Thomas HaPt, Spartanburg, S. C. 
—Born, Hartsville, S. C, Aug. 'iti, 1888; S. 
C. Mil. Acd., '59; D. D. Pbn. C, S. C, '89; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '62; Lie, Oct. 5, '(51, Ord., 
Dec. 7, '(52, Pby. of Harmony; P. Florence, 
'(52-<)5, with Lvnchburg, '(52-(5-l; Ev. Charles- 
ton Pbv., '(57-(59; P. Spartanburg, '69-86; 
Dist. Siipt. Am. Bible Soc, '87—; Chapl. C. 
S. A., Ft. Caswell, N. C, '63; S. C. Syn. of 
S. C, since '75; Director Col. T. S., S. C, and 
Chm. Pbl. Ex. Coms. of F. M., H. M., Pub- 
lication and Education. 

LAWS, Samuel Spahp, Columbia, S. C- 
—Mi. U., O., 1848; LL. D., Wm. C, Mo., 
'70; Prin. T. S., '51; Ord. '51, Pby. of vSt. 
Louis; P. WestCh., St. Louis, Mo., '51-68; 
Prof. Wm. C, Mo., '58-55; S. S. Augusta, 
'54-55; Pres. Wm. C, Mo., '55-(52; S. S. Con- 
cord, '57-58; N. Y. City, '73-75; Pres. U. 
Mo., Columbia, Mo., '75-89 — ; Prof. Colum- 
bia, S. C— . 

LAWSON, George Vfm., 50/ Fourth St., 
Lynchburg, Va. — Born, Scottsville, Va., May 
11, 1873; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., '92; Un. T. S., 
Va., '95; Lie. April 19, '94, Ord. Oct. 19, '95; 
Pby. of West Hanover, S. S. During vaca- 
tion, Rockfish, Lowesville, Tve River and 
Massie's Mills, Va., '93-94; P. Gordonsville, 
Va., with W^ills Mem., South Plains and Bar- 
boursville, Va., '95-97; Resting and preach- 
ing in various Chs.- — . 

LAWSON, J. Fpanklin, Warren, Ark. 
—Born, Powatan, Ark.; Ark. C, B. A., 1894; 
Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky.; Un. T. S. Va.; Lie. and 
Ord., '97, Pbv. of Pine Bluff; P. Warren, 
Ark., Nov. 28,'''97— . 

LAWSON, R. E. C, Springfield, Ky.— 
Born, North Carolina, Sept. 28, 1861; Dav. C, 
N. C, B. A., '89; Un. T. S., Va., '92; Lie. 
April 11, '92, Ord. Oct. 8, '92, Pby. of Con- 
cord; H. M., '92; P. Alamance, N. C, '92-94; 
P. Belle Haven and Powelton, Va., '94-96; P. 
Springfield, Ky., Dec, '96 — . 

LAYTON, David Maptin, Frankford, W. 
Va. — Born, Rockingham Co., Va.; Stud. Law 
U. of Va.; Un. T. S., Va., 1884; Lie. May, 
Ord. Dec, '84, Pby. of Lexington; P. Glen- 
ville, W. Va., 1 yr; and S. S. in Calhoun and 
Ritchie Cos., dur. the .same time; P. Beulah 
and Stony Run Chs., Highland Co., 3yr.s.; 
P. Frankford and Spring Creek, W. Va., 
'94—; Served in C. S. A. 4 yrs.; Adjt. of the 
25th Va. Infantry. 

LEAVELL, Wm. Hayne, Houston, Tex. 
—Born, Nevvberrv, S. C, ?*Iav 24, 1850; Stud. 
Newberry C, S. C., and Baptist T. S.; D. D., 



Austin C. '96; Ord. Jan., '70; P. Chs. in 
Mississippi, New York City, Manchester, N. 
H., Bo.ston, Mass.; P. Houston, Tex., Feb. 1, 
98 — ; Baptist in early life. 

LEEPER, F. L., Due West, S. C— Ev. 
Pb)-. of Charleston — 

LEFEVRE, Jacob Amos, 1802 Lindt:i 
^■\ve., JlattijHore, Md. — Born, Lancaster Co., 
Pa., Feb. 14, 1880; Pa. C, B. A., '51; M. A., 
'54; D. D., H.-S. C, Va., '75; Prin. T. S., 
'56; Lie. April, Ord. Oct., '5(5; P. The Frank- 
lin Square Pbn. Ch., Baltimore, Md., Oct., 
'56-87; Resigned on account of ill-health. 

LENTZ, Robept Edmund, Rockdale, 
Tex. — Born, Mooresville, N. C; Stud. U. of 
Tex., 1887-90; Austin T. S., Tex., '90; Lie. 
May 15, '89, Ord. April 9, '90, Pbv. of Central 
Tex.; S. S. Mt. Calm and Midway, Tex., 
'90-91; S. S. Franklin and Morrison, Pby. 
of Mecklenburg, '92-93; Preaching where 
called — . 

LEONARD, Joseph Taylop, Apopka, 
Fla — .Born, Frankfort, Kv.; Masonic C, Kv.; 
B. A., 1848; McC, Chicago, '52; Lie. May'5, 
'52, Pbv. of We.st Lexington; Ord. Oct. 26, ''56, 
Pby. of Upper Mo.; M., '52-54; M. and P., 
South Grand River, Mo., '54-(52; Supt. Mt. 
Sterling Female College, and P. Mt. Sterl- 
ing, Ky., '62-84; S. S. Bellvue, Mo., '86-92; 
P. in California 2 winters; P. Apopka and 
Wildwood, Fla., '9(5—. 

LEPS, John C, Paviplin City, Fa.— Bom, 
Frankford, W. Va., Mar. 31, 18(59; H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., '92; Un. T. S., Va., '95; Lie. 
April, '95, Pby. of Montgomer}-; Ord. Dec, 
'95, Pbv. of Roanoke; P. Concord and Pamp- 
lin, Va', Dec, '95— 

LESLIE, John Doug-lass, Paris, Tex. 
—Born, Statesville, N. C; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., B. A., 1880; Un. T. S., Va., '83; 
Lie April 14, Ord. Sept. 13, '83, Pby. of 
Memphis; P. Atoka and Centre, Memphis 
Pby., '83-86; P. Water Valley, Miss., '86-94; 
P. Weatherford, Tex., '94-98; P. Paris, Tex., 
'98—; S. C. North Miss. Pby., '8(5-94; S. C. 
Fort Worth Pby., '95—; S. C. Syn. of Mem- 
phis, '88-94. 

LEQUEUX, Henpy D., Greensboro, N. C. 
—Born, St. John's Parish, S. C, May 28, 
1838; Carrol High Sch. Acd., Charleston, S. 
C; Stud. Theol. privatelv; Reed, from Baptist 
Church by Concord Pby., Sept. 3, '92; P. 
Morganton and Hickory; P. Poplar Tent and 
Shearer, 3 yrs.; P. Alamance and Spring- 
wood, Pby. of Orange, '95 — ; Author, " Pal- 
metto Leaves, " ( Hickory Printing Co., N. C, 
$ .20); Contrbr. to N. C. Hist. Magazine; 
Served in C. S. A., '(51-(55. 

LEWIS, Fpaneis Walton, Clinton, La. 
— Born, Roanoke, Va.; W. and L. U., Va., 
B. A.. 1871; Un. T. S., Va., '75; Lie. April 
25, '74, Pby of Lexington; Ord. Oct. 7, '75, 
Pby. of East Hanover; Ev. East Hanover 
Pby., '75-78; S. S. Catlettsburg, Ky., '78-82; 
Ev. La. Pbv. and S. S. Opelousas and Lafay- 
ette, La.. 'S^-rO; P. Clinton, La., '90—; Pro'f. 
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Psy. and Ml. Science Stillman Institute, Clin- 
ton, La., '90—. 

LEWIS, Jacob Haekman, Alderson, W. 
Va. — Born, Greenbrier Co., W. Va. ; Lie 
Sept. 10, 1870, Ord. Oct. 15, 71, Pby. of 
Greenbrier; P. Richlands, 71-81; P. Alder- 
son, '84-86; P. Keller, '88; P. McElhennev, 
'71-84 and '88-94, and Green Sulphur, '71-84 
and '89-94; P. Muddv Creek, '71-94; in ill- 
health, '94—; S. C. Greenbrier Pby., 1 yr., 
'92-93; Corns, to 2 Gen, Ass. 

LEWIS, J. W., Leesburg, Tenn —Ord. 
1897, Pby. of Holston. 

LEYBURN, Edward R., Hedgesville, W. 
Va. — Born, Lexington, Va.; W. and L. U., 
Va., B. A., 1887; Un. T. S., Va., '96; Lie 
May '94, Pby. of Lexington; Ord. June 16, 
'96, Pby. of Winchester; P. Falling Waters 
Ch., Berkeley Co., W. Va., '96—; Mod. Win- 
chester Pby., '97; Tea. for 6 yrs. in the South 
after graduation from W. and L. U. 

LEYBURN, George Laeon, New Berne, 
N. C. — Born, Areopolis, Mane, Greece; W. 
and L. U., Va., B. A., 1859; D. D., Wm. C, 
Mo., '86; Un. T. S., Va., '67; Stud. Un. T. 
S., N. v., '60-61; Lie Feb., '64, Pby. of 
Piedmont; Ord. Nov., '67, Pby. of Winches- 
ter; P. London St. Ch., Winchester, Va., 
'67-75; My. Athens, Greece, '76-78; P. Lex- 
ington, Mo., '78-88; S. S. Springfield, Mo., 
'88-89; P. Booneville, Mo., '89-96; P. New 
Berne, N. C, '96— . 

LIGON, Richard Carter, Iva, S. C. 
—Born, Abbeville, S. C; Erskine C, S. C, 

B. A., 1872; Col. T. S., S. C, '76; Lie April, 
'74, Ord. Nov. 18, '76, Pby. of South Caro- 
lina; S. S. Rocky River, Little Mountain and 
Providence, '76-76; P. Providence, '76-91; 
My. and S. S. Drew's Creek, S. C, '88, and 
P. Good Hope, S. C, '77 and Roberts, S. C, 
'91—. 

LIGON, Thomas Cheves, Lowiyville, S. 
C— Erskine C, S. C, 1861; Col. T. S., S. 

C, '72; Lie '71, Ord. '72, Pby. of South 
Carolina; P. Smvrna, Mt. Bethel and Gilder's 
Creek, S. C, 72-82; S. S. Roberts, Midway 
and Mt. Zion, S. C. '82-83; P. Roberts and 
Townville, S. C, '83-91; P. Townville and 
Richland, S. C, '91-96; P. Zion and Uriel 
Chs., Bethel Pby., '95—. 

LILY, David Clay, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
—Born, Irvine, Kv.; Central U., Ky., B. A., 
1890; Un. T. S., Va.; Lie Sept., '93, Pby. of 
Transylvania; Ord. May, '94, Pby. of Louis- 
ville; P. So. Frankfort Ch., Frankfort, Ky., 
'94-95; P. Tuscaloosa, Ala., '96—. 

LINDSAY, John Oliver, Due West, S. 
C— Born, Due West, S. C, Dec. 23, 1823; 
Erskine C, S. C, '42, D. D., '80; Erskine T. 
S., S. C, '44; Lie and Ord. '44, Pby. of Asso. 
Ref. Pbns.; P. Upper Long Cove, S. C, '68- 
73; P. Willington, Hopewell and Lebanon, 
S. C, to 89; P. Lebanon and Hopewell, S. 
C, — ; Author, Articles for religious papers 
and reviews. 

LINDSAY, Samuel I., 495^ Page Ave., 
St. Louis, il/o.- Born, Fairview, O., May 19, 
1853; Stud. Simpson Centenary C, Indianola, 



'71-74 (teaching during winters); Monmouth 
C, 111., '74-76; M. A., '87; Prin. High Sch., 
Perry, la., '76-78; Prof. Penmanship and Bus. 
forms, Monmouth C, '78-80; Xenia T. S 
("U. P.," O.) '80-83; Lie U. P. Pby. of 
Xenia; Ord. April 14, '83, U. P. Pby. of Des 
Moines, la. ; P. North Branch and Fairview, 
'83-86; P. U. P. Ch., Garner, la., '86-90; 
Supt. S. Sch. work for la., 90; P. U. P. Ch., 
Winterset, la., '90-93; P. McCausland Ave. 
Pbn. Ch., St. Louis, Mo., '96-96; P. Brank 
Mem. Ch., St. Louis, Mo., '97—; Religious 
Ed. St. Louis Daily Republic, Treas. St. 
Louis Ev. Alliance and Sec. Bd. of Counsel- 
lors of same; Author Est. lowaS. S. Teacher, 
now The International Evangel. 

LINDSAY, W. C, Bluefield, W. Va. 

LINDSEY, J. B., Alto, 7l/m.— Memb. 
Pby. of Tombeckbee — . 

LINGAMFELTER, Charles Scott, Elk- 
ins, W. Va. — Born, Hodgesville, W. Va. ; 
H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1872; Un. T. S., Va., 
75; Lie. April 24, '76, Ord. Nov. 11, '75, Pby. 
of Winchester; P. Berry ville, Va., and S. S. 
White Post, Va., '75-80; P. Poolesville, Md., 
'80-90; P. Davis Mem. Ch., Elkins, W. Va., 
'90—; Memb. Va. Hist. Soc, '83—. 

LINGLE, Walter Lee, Hampden-Sydtiey^ 
Fa.— Born, Mill Bridge, N. C; Dav. C, N. 
C, B. A., 1892; M. A., '93; Un. T. S., Va., 
'96; Stud. U. of Chicago, '96; Lie May, '95, 
Ord. Sept., '97, Pby. of Concord; Asst. Instr. 
Heb. and Greek Un. T. S., Va., '96—; S. S. 
at dif. times Gastonia, N. C, '94; Farmville, 
Va., '96; 2d Pbn. Ch., Charlotte, N. C, '97; 
Asst. Instr. Math. Dav. C, N. C, '91-93. 

(a) LINK, A. G.,Strasburg, Fa.— Memb. 
Pby. of Winchester; P. Strasburg, Cedar 
Creek and Cedar Cliff, Va.— . 

LINK, Luther, Brewton, Ala. — Born, 
Macon, Ga.; Mercer U.,Ga.; Un. T. S., Va., 
Class of 1884; Lie '84, Pby. of Macon; Ord. 
'84, Pby. of Savannah; P. Quitman, Ga., and 
Decatur Group; P. Reid ville and Greens, S. 
C; S. S. Abbeville Group, S. C, 1 yr.; P. 
Dallas Group, Ala., Catherine and Marion 
Junction; P. Monroe Group, Ala.; S. S. 
Brewton and Greenville, So. Ala. Pby. — . 

LINN, Louis F., Mexico, Mo.— ^orn, 
Troy, Mo.; Central C, Mo.; Ord. in the M. 
E. Ch. (Soutn); Memb. Pby. of Missouri; 
S. S. Kennett, Mo.; S. S. Prairie View and 
Bethel, Mo.—. 

LISTON, Robert Todd, Oxford Ala. 
—Born, Indianapolis, Ind.; Prin. U., B. A., 
1876; Un. T. S., N. Y., '79; Lie May 6, '79, 
Pby. of New York; Ord. Oct. 15, '79, Long 
Island Congrl. Asso.; P. Sayville, L. L, N. 
Y., '79-84; M. and P. Nogales, Arizona, '87- 
92; M. work in Arizona, '84-92; H. M. Jack- 
sonville, Ala., '93, and P. Oxford, Ala., '95—. 

LITTLE, Archibald Alexander, Shop- 
ton, N. C— Born, Richmond, Va. ; H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., 1880, M. A., '82; Un. T. S., Va.; 
Austin T. S., Tex.; Lie Aug., '85, Pby. of 
Roanoke; Ord. Aug. 22, '86, Pby. of West 
Hanover; P. Gordonsville and Orange, Va., 



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'8(5-89; P. M Ch., Atlanta, Ga., '89-5K): P. 
Gordansville and Will's Mem. and Barbours- 
ville, Va., '90-'.)'2; Syn. Kv. for Va., '92-95; 
P. v^teele Crctk, N. C, "9.")—. 

LITTLE, James, Richmond, ^'a.— Menib. 
Pby. of Kast Hanover — ; In Eurojje — . 

LITTLE, James ^..Jackson, A>.— Born, 
Breethitt Co., Kv.; Ord. Oct. IH, 188(5, Pby. 
of West Lexington; H. RI. Pby. of West 
Lexington, S. S. Hazel Green and Bethsalem, 
Ky., '8(>-89; S. S. Twin Creek and Frozen 
Creek, '90-92; vS. S. Frenchberg, Hazel Green 
and Gilmore, Ky., "92-94; S. vS. Gihnore, 
Hazel Green and Rosseau, '95-97; S. S. Ros- 
seau, Irvine Mem. and Twn Creek, Ky., 
'97 — ; Received from the Methodist Ch. 

LITTLE, L. L., A'iaug Viu, China. 
— Memb. Pby. of Fayetteville; My. to China, 
May 7. 1895—. 

LLOYD, John Fpiepson, Somerville, 
Tenn. —'Rom, Sumter Co., S. C; Ark. C, B. 
A., 1882; Col. T. S., S. C, '86; Lie. '85, Pby. 
of Harmony; Ord. F^v., '9(5, Pby. of Mem- 
phis; Ev. Pby. of Memphis; S. S. Osceola, 
Nodena River, Bethel and Memorial, '85-90; 
S. S. Byhalia, Red Banks, Henderson ville 
and Waterford 10 mos.; Ev. and 8. S. Sum- 
ner, Clarksdale, Earnest, Belen, Commerce 
and Blythe, N. Miss. Pby., -94; P. Somer- 
\nlle and Rohobeth, Tenn., '94 — . 

LLOYD, W. J. B., Duranf, Ind. Ter. 
—Memb. Pby. of Indian; H. M.— . 

LOGAN, J. v., Richmond, AV.— Born 
Scott Co., Ky.; Centre C, Ky., B. A., 1854 
H.-S. C, Va., D. D., '80, and LL.D., '90 
Dan. T. S., Ky., '60; Lie '59, Pby. of Louis- 
ville; Ord. '(50, Pby. of Transvlvania; P. Har- 
rodsburg, Ky., '(1O-68; Prof.'Ethics and Ev- 
idences, Central U., Ky., '7(> — , and Pres. 
College of Philosophy and Science, Central 
U., Richmond, Ky., '80—. 

LOGAN, Sanfopd MeBpayep, Middles- 
borough, Ky. — Bom, Harrodsburg, Ky., Aug. 
21, 18H4; Central U., Ky., B. A., '84; U. of 
Va., B. L., '89; Un. T. S., Va., '93; Lie and 
Ord. '93, Pbv. of Roanoke; H. M. Pittsylva- 
nia Co., Va., '93-94; P. Stanford, Ky., '94-97; 
P. Middlesborough, Ky., Oct. '97 — . 

LONG, GeOPge A., Natural Bridge, Va. 
—Born, Stephens City, Va.; Pa. C, B. A. and 
M. A., 1857; Lutheran T. S., Gettysburg, '59; 
Lie. and Ord. '(50, Lutheran Synod or Vir- 
ginia; Chapl. and Tea. D. D. and B. Inst., 
Staunton, Va.; Served Chs. in Frederick Co., 
Va., Jefferson Co., W. Va., Shenandoah, Au- 
gusta, Rockbridge and Montgomery Cos., 
Va.; P. High Bridge and S. S. White House, 
Va. — . 

LONG, RobePt Jpa, Okolona, Miss.— 
Born, Bladoii Springs, Ala.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., M. A., 1895; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., 
'96; Lie. June, Ord. Oct., '96, Pby. of Tom- 
beckbee; P. Okolona, Miss., '9(5 — . 

LORANCE, John Bpevapd, Courtland, 
Ala. — Born, Florence, Ala.; .■\cd. Course of 
Study; Lv. Med. C, Ky.; Lie. Mar. 2, Ord. 
Oct., '72, Pby. of Chickasaw; P. Courtland, 
Ala., '72—. 



LOUGHRIDGE, RobePt MeGill, 6o<) N. 
uth St., H'aco. 7Kr.— Born, Laurensville, S. 

C, Dec. 24, 1809; Mi. U., O., B. A., '37, and 
M. A., D. D., '86; Stud. Prin. T. S. 1 yr., and 
2 yrs. under Rev. J. H. Garv, Eutlaw, Ala.; 
Lie. April 9, '41, Ord. Oct. 15.'' 42, Pby. of Tus- 
caloosa; S. S. Paynesville, Oxford and Eliza- 
beth, Ala., 1 yr.;'My. to Creek Indians, '43- 
61; S. S. at dif. dates. Round Top, Lagrange, 
Galatia, Port Laracca, \'ictoria, Golaid, Mar- 
linand Kosse, Tex., '61-79; My. to Creek In- 
dians, '79-92; Author Creek Indian books: 
' ' Hymns, " " Catechism ' ' ( 25c ea. ) , " Dic- 
tionary Eng. and Creek" (74c), "Gospel of 
Matthew" (25c), "Mode and Subject of 
Baptism," Creek and Eng. ( 10c. ) 

LOWRANCE, Eugene Stewapt, Abi- 
lene, Tex. — Born, Tupelo, Miss.; Austin C, 
Tex., B. A., 1893; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 2yrs., 
and under Rev. R. L. Dabnev, D. D., 1 yr., 
'96; Lie. '95, Pbv. of Dallas;' Ord. '96, Pby. 
of Ft. Worth; P. Abilene, Tex., March 1, 
'96—. 

LOWRANCE, W. L., Oak Cliff, Tex. 
—Born, 1836; Stud. Dav. C, N. C, '56-60; 
State Senator of Miss. '75-79; Ord. '83; Ev. 
Pby. of Dallas, '89—; P. Oak Cliff and S. S. 
Forney, Tex. — . 

LOWRY, Thomas MeCall, Shelby, N. C. 
—Born, Yorkville, S. C; Ersk. C, S. C, B. 
A., 1875, and M. A., Col. T. S., S. C, '78; 
Stud. Prin. T. S., '85-86; Lie May, '77, Pby. 
of Bethel; Ord. Jan., '79, Pby. of Tom beck- 
bee; P. Aberdeen, Miss., '78-82; P. Eufaula, 
'82-85; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Augusta. Ga., '86-91; 
F. My. Sec. Syn. of Ga., '92; Financial Agt. 
Col. T. S., S. C, '93-95; P. Shelbv, N. C, 
'96—. 

LUCKETT, S. M., Beeville, 7>.r.— Bom, 
Russelville, Kv.; Centre C, Kv., B. A., 1859; 

D. D. Austin C., Tex., '87; Dan. T. S., Ky., 
'66; Lie. April and Ord. Oct., '66, Pby. of 
Muhlenburg; P. Newstead and La Favette, 
Ky., '66-70; Pres. Austin C, Tex., '71-78; P. 
Milford, Tex., '78-80; P. Palestine, Tex.. '81- 
87; Pres. Austin C. (2d time), '87-97; P. Bee- 
x-ille, Tex., '97—. 

LUMPKIN, Joseph Hipam, 544 Shelby 
St., Metnphis, Tenn. — Bom, Rome, Ga.; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A.; Col. T. S., S. C; 
Prin. T. S.; Stud. New C, Edinburgh, Scot- 
land; Ord. Nov.. 1886, Pbv. of Bethel; P. 
Senatobia, Miss., '87-91; P". 3d Ch., Mem- 
phis, Tenn., '91-97; So. Ass. Sec. of Educa- 
tion for the Rlinistry Sept. 1, '97 — . 

LUNSFORD, Thomas B., Cameron, Ind. 
Ter. — Born, Fredericksburg, Va., June 4, 
1839; H.-S. C, Va.. '59; Un. T. S., Va., '62; 
Lie. April 17, '(59, Ord. Sept. 18, '70, Pby. of 
Missouri; P. Paris, Florida, Pleasant Hill, 
Mo., '71-73; P. Etna, Alexandria, Des 
Moines, Mo., '73-77; P. Philadelphia, and 
Warren, Mo., '77-84; P. La Belle, Zion's 
Hill and La Grange, Mo., '84-88; P. Boone- 
boro. Ark., '88-92; Ev. Washbourne Pby, 
'92-96; P. Cameron Ch. and Prin. Cameron 
Pbn. Institute, Cameron, Ind. Ter., '96—; 
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in N. W. Ark. and N. E. part Choctaw Na- 
tion — . 

LUPTON, J. W., Clarksville, Tenn.— 
Bom, Winchester, Va. ; Degree of D. D.; 
Ord. Pby. of Winchester; P. Leesburg, Va., 
6 yrs.; P. Clarksville, Tenn., more than 26 
yrs. — . 

LYLE, Geopge Tate, Alderson, W. Va. 
—Born, Buchanan, Va., June 18, 1836; W. 
and L. U., Va., B. A., '58; Un. T. S., Va., '60; 
Lie. Sept. 8, '65, Pby. of Abingdon; Ord. 
Mar. 6, '97, Pby. of Montgomery; S. S. Floyd 
C. H., Va., '66-67; S. S. and P. Locust Bot- 
tom, '68-73; S. S. Carmel and Salem, Green- 
brier Pby., '73-80; S. S. New Providence, 
Holston Pbv., '80-83; H. My. work Central 
Texas Pby., '83-84; P. E. St. Albans, W. Va., 
'84-94; P. Group of Chs. near Alderson, W. 
Va., '94; Author, Cor. Christian Observer ior 
30 yrs. 

LYLE, John N., Lewisburg, Tenn.— 
Born, Shelbyville, Ky.; S. W. Pbn. U., B. 
A.; Stud. Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.; 
Lie. and Ord. Pby. of Louisville; P. Port- 
land, Ky.; P. Westminster Ch., Nashville, 
Tenn.; P. Lewisburg, Tenn., and Mt. Read- 
ing Tenn. — . 

LYMAN, Charles Wood, Lake Charles, 
Za.— Born, New Orleans, La., Nov. 1868; S. 
W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '89; Prin. T. S., '92; Lie. 
June, '91, Pby. of New Orleans; Ord. June, 
'92, Pby. of Louisiana; S. S. Prytania St. 
Ch., New Orleans, La., '91; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Lake Charles, La., June, '92 — ; Author "A 
Sermon on Forgetting God " (Am. Pub. Co., 
Lake Charles, La., 10c). 

LYONS, John Sppole, loji Fourth Ave., 
Louisinlle, Ky. — Born, Tazewell C. H., Va., 
Feb. 8, 1861; King C, Tenn., D. D., Central 
U., Ky., '94; Un. T. S., Va., '83; Lie May, 
'83, Pby. of Abingdon; Ord. '83, Pby. of 
Transylvania; P. Lawrenceburg and Salvisa, 
Ky., '83-90; P. Mt. Sterling, Ky., 91; P. San 
Antonio, Tex., '92; P. 1st Ch., Louisville, 
Ky., '93—. 



MACK, Edward, 376 Freemason St., 
Norfolk, Fa.— Born, Charleston, S. C. ; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1886, M. A. '87; 
Stud. U. of BerUn, '90-91; Prin. T. S., '89; 
Lie. April, '88, Pby. of Bethel; Ord. Nov. 
'89, Pby. of Albemarle; P. Washington, N. 
C, '89-90; S. S. Goldsboro, N. C, '91-92; S. 
S. 1st Pbn Ch., Charlotte, N. C, '92-93; A. 
P. Central Pbn. Ch., St. Louis, '93-95, and 
P. of same, '95-97; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Norfolk, 
Va., June, '97 — . 

MACK, Joseph Bingham, Fort Mill, 
S. C— Jackson C, Tenn., B. A., 1854, D. D., 
'78; Col. T. S., S. C, '61; Lie. June, '60, 
Pby. of Maury; Ord. Jan., '62, Pby. of Har- 
mony; Salem (B. R.), '61; Chapl. C. S. A., 
'63-65; P. Zion Ch., Charleston, S. C, '67-69; 
Ev. Pby. of Charleston, '70; P. Rocky River, 
N. C, '71-75; P. Fort Mill, S. C, '76-77; P. 
1st Ch., Columbia, S. C, '78-81; Fin. Agt. 
Col. T. S., S. C, and Dav. C, N. C, '81-88; 



Ev. Fayetteville Pby., '89; Ev. Syn. of Ga., 
'90 — ; Aided in bldg. 42 houses of worship; 
have been at the reception of 7,000 into the 
Pbn. Ch. 

M A D D X, F. E., Greenwood, Miss. 
— Memb. Pby. of Central Mississippi; S. S. 
Greenwood — . 

MADEIRA, Addison D., Independence, 
Mo. — Born, Cincinnati, Ohio; Shurtleff C, 
111., B. A., 1852; Wm. C, Mo., D. D.; Lie. 
Sept., '60, Pby. of Ebenezer; Ord. '68, Pby, 
of St. Louis; S. S. Wm. Ch., Keokuk, la., 
'60-61; S. S. Park Ave. Ch., St. Louis, Mo., 
'61-69; P. Central Christian Ch., Kansas 
City, Mo., '69-83; P. Mt. Kisko, N. Y., 
'84-87; P. 1st Ch., Independence, Mo., '87—. 

MALLARD, Robert Quapterman, 4320 
Coliseum St., New Orleans, La. — Born, 
Walthourville, Ga., Sept. 7, 1830; U. of Ga., 

B. A., '50 or '61, D. D.;S. W. Pbn. U.,Tenn.; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '65; Lie. '55; Ord. Jan. 66, 
Pby. of Georgia; P. Walthourville, '66-63; 
P. Central, Atlanta, Ga., '63-65; P. Prytania, 
New Orleans, La., '66-77; S. S. Napoleon 
Ave., New Orleans, La., and now P. of same 
; Author, " Plantation Life Before Eman- 
cipation," (Whittett & Shepperson, Rich- 
mond, Va. ); Ed. of the Southwestern Pres- 
byterian, New Orleans, La. 

MANN, Robert M., 20 Virginia Ave., 
Charleston, W. Va. — Born, Nicholasville, 
Ky., 1869; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., '90; Lv. Pbn, 
T. S., Ky., '96; Lie. Sept. 25, '95, Pby. of 
West Lexington; Ord. Sept. 28, '96, Pby. of 
Kanawha; P. Glenwood and Glen Elk, W, 
Va., Junel, '96—. 

MARION, John Ppeston, Brownwood, 
Texas.— Born, Chester, S. C; U. of Va.; 
Stud. Ersk. T. S., S. C, and privately; Lie, 
'69, A. R. P., Pby. of Tenn.; Ord. '71, A. R, 
P. , Pby of Arkansas; H, M. work in Arkan- 
sas 6 yrs. in A. R. P. Ch.; P. A. R. P. Ch., 
Chester, S. C, '76-82; P. Greenwood, S. C, 
'82-84; P. Lebanon, S. C, '84-86; P. Lan- 
caster, S. C, '8&-88; S. S. Richburg, S. C, 
1 yr.; S. S. Seneca City, 1 yr.; P. Morgan- 
ton, N. C, '90-92; P. Thomasville, Ga., 
'92-95; S. S. Brownwood, Texas, '96—; Au- 
thor, ' ' A Plea for Catholic Communion ; ' ' 
(Yorkville, S. S., 76c.), '80; "Sabbath 
Desecration; " (Pbn. Pub. Co., Due West, 
S. C, 16c.) "Household Salutation," (Au- 
thor, 10c. ), '93; "Relation of Sabbath 
School to Church," (Pbn. Pub. Co., Due 
West, S. C); "Vital Truths," (Pbn. Pub. 
Co.); "The Crown of Thorns." 

MARQUESS W. H., Louisville, A>.— Re- 
ceived degree of D.D.; Memb. Pby., of Mis- 
souri — . 

MARSHALL, Thomas Chalmers, Col- 
mnbia, S. C— Born, Wilkinsburg, Pa.; Laf. 

C, Pa., B. A., 1883, M. A., '91; Stud. U. of 
Edinburgh, '88-89; Stud. Wn. T. S., '90; 
Prin. T. S., Class of '92; Lie and Ord. June, 
'93, Pby. of Mankato; S. S. Lake Crystal, 
Minn., '92-93; P. Auburndale and Winter 
Haven, Fla., '94-96; P. Palatka, Fla., '96-97; 
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MARTIN, Carlisle P. B., Memphis, 
7V««.— Born, Hampton, N. Y., 181-4; Mt, 
Zion Inst., Ga., and Stud, under Dr. C. P. 
Beman; U. Nacogdoches, Tex., LL. D. '88; 
Stud.Theol. under direction of Hopewell Pby. 

and Dr. Francis Bowman; Lie' 42, Ord. , 

Pby. of Hopewell; Ser\-ed various Chs. ; Pres. 
Synl. Female C, Griffin, Ga.; Pres. Agrl. 
C, Montpelier, Ga.; P. Trov Ch., Mo.; P. 
Huntsville, Tex.; Prof, in H. and M. C, 
Texas; Prof. University Nacogdoches, Tex. ; 
Memb. Pby. of Brazos — . 

MARTIN, James L., Palmyra, 7>/<9.— Re- 
ceived degress of M. D. and D. D.; Memb. 
Pby. of Lafayette; S. S. Windsor and Cal- 
houn, Mo. — , 

MARTIN, Rog-eP, Uucas, N. C— Born, 
Richmond, Va.; High Schs., Richmond, Po- 
tomac Acd. and U. of Va.; Stud. Theol. pri- 
vately; Lie. May 26, 7'1, Ord. May 26, '92, 
Pby. of Montgomery; P. Peaks, Va., '72-7(5; 
S. S. Lexington, N. C, '7(5-79; P. Maxton 
and Centre, N. C, '79-85; P. Beth Shiloh 
and Allison Creek, S. C, '86-88; P. Provi- 
dence and Banks, N. C, '88-92; P. Mallard 
Creek Ch., N. C, '92--; Teacher Mathemat- 
ical and Classical Sch., Richmond, Va. , 
'56-fi9; Elder in Dr. Moses Hoge's Ch., 
Richmond, Va. 

MARTIN, S. J., Pontotoc, Miss.—^&mh. 
Pby. of Chickasaw; P. Union City, Tenn., 5 
yrs. ; P. Pontotoc and S. S. Monroe and Mt. 
Zion, Miss. — . 

MARTIN, Stephen Taylor, Dublin Va. 

— Born, Richmond City, Va.; U. of Va. , B. 
A.; Un. T. S., Va., '(i8; Lie April, '(58, Pby. 
of East Hanover; Ord. '69, Pby. of West 
Hanover; P. Byrd and Hebron Chs. in 
Goochland, Va., '68-70; Pres. Concord C, 
Statesville, N. C, '73-76; Pres. Charlotte 
Female Inst., Charlotte, N. C, '76—; P. Hen- 
dersonville and Mills River, N. C; Rep. of 
Un. T. S. in Syn. of Va., N. C. and Ky. for 
6 yrs.; P. New Dublin, Va., and Ed. for Syn. 
of Va. of the Sonthern Presbyterian; Served 
in C S. A. from Manassas to Appomattox. 

MARTIN, Wm. Allison, LaFayette 
Springs, Miss — Born, LaP'avette Springs, 
Miss.'; S. W. Pbn. U., 1891; Div. Sch., S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn.; Lie. June, '98, Pby. of Chick- 
asaw; Ord. Oct. '98, Pby. of Mississippi; P. 
Group of Chs., Hopewell, Dry Creek, Olivet 
and Calvarv, Pbv. of Miss., Aug., '98-9(5; 111 
health, 1^4' yrs. ' 

MARTINDALE, Charles O'Neale, Jr., 

Tnskc^ee, Ala. — Born, Columbia, S. C, Dec. 
8, 1868; U. of S., C.,'88, B. A., '89; M. A., '98; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '92; Lie. Oct. 6, '92, Pby. 
of Charleston; Ord. April 7, '98, Pby. of 
Hamionv; P. Pine Tree Pbn. Ch., near Cam- 
den, S. C., '93-94, and S. S. Turkev Creek 
and Liberty Hill, S. C, '93-94; Stud'. Col. T. 
S., S. C, '98-94; vStud. Prin. T. S., '94-96; 
Stud. Moody's Bible Inst., Chicago, '96; 
P. Tuskegee, Ala., and S. S. Calebee Ch., La 
Place, Ala., Feb. 8, '96- ; Author, " Y. M. 
C. A. Studies," "In the Miner Prophets," 
"In the Gospels," "In the Acts," "The 



Outline History of Jesus the Christ," "The 
Scheme of Redemption," (R. L. Bryan Co.), 
'90-92; "The Normative System of Church 
Government or the Biblical the Presbyterial 
Ch. Polity," (Whittet & vShepperson, Rich- 
mond), Va., '97; "The Christ-Christianity, 
and the Christian," (in preparation); Lec- 
turer Biblical Dept., Tuskegee Normal and 
Industrial Inst., '97-98. 

MATHES, Nathaniel Buehep, Jones- 
boro, 6"a.— Born, Jeff Co., E. Tenn.; S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., '84-88; Div. Sch., S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn.; Lie. June 12, '83, Pby. of 
Nashville; Ord. April 22, '89, Pby. of Atlan- 
ta; S. S. Pass Christian, Miss., '87; S. S. and 
P. West End Ch., Atlanta, Ga., '88-95; S. S. 
Philadelphia, Jonesboro and Riverdale, At- 
lanta Pby., Dec. '95 — . 

MATHESON, J. F., Bla7id C. H., Va. 
— Memb. Pby. of Abingdon; P. Leyburn, 
Sharon and Crockett '-s Cove and S. S. Bland, 
Va.— . 

MATHESON, R. Gordon, Gate City, Va. 
—Born, Camden, Ala.; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., 
1896; Ord. '96, Pbv. of Abingdon; P. Gate 
City, Va., '96—. 

MATTHEWS, M. A., Jackson, Tenn. 
— Born, Calhoun, Ga.; (^rdon U.; Stud. 
Theol. privatelv; Ord. 1887, Pby. of Chero- 
kee; P. Calhoun, Ga., '87-93; P. 1st Ch., 
Dalton, Ga., '93-96; P. 1st Ch., Jackson, 
Tenn., '96 — ; Author, writes for papers and 
magazines. 

MATTHEWS, W. H., Chatham, Va. 
— Memb. Pby. of Roanoke; S. 8. Cascade 
and High Point, Va. — . 

MATTHEWS, Milton Taylor, Clinton, 

S. C— Born, Wardlow, N. C; Ersk. C, S. 
C, B. A., 1878; Prin. T. S., '81; Lie. April 
9, '80, Ord. Oct. 14, '81. Pby. of Bethel; P. 
Olivet and Zion, '81-84; P. Greenwood, 
'85-92; Ev. Pby. of S. C, '92-94; P. 1st Ch., 
Pensacola, Fla., '91-96; S. C. Westminster, 
S. C, '96-97; Chan. Pbn. C. of S. C, Dec. 
1, '97—. 

MAURY, Charles Howard, Camden, 
Ark. — Born, Smvthe Co., Va.; King C, 
Tenn., B. A., 1888; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, 
'88-90; Lie. Sept. 19, '90, Pbv. of Abingdon; 
Ord. March 1, '91, Pby. of North Alabama; 
S. S. Newport, Tenn., '90; P. Jasper, Ala., 
'90-92; P. Tupelo, Miss., 92-93; P. Camden, 
Ark., Nov. 1, '98—. 

MAYES, George Gregg, Edgejield, S. C. 
—Born, Mavesville, S. C; Col. C, S. C, B. 
A., 1888; Pr'in.T. S., '91; Lie. June, '90. Pby. 
of Columbia; Ord. June, '91, Pbv. of South 
Carolina; P. Walhalla and Bethel, '91-97, 
and Richland, '96-97; P. Edgefield, Trenton 
and Johnston, S. C. Pby., May, '97—; S. C. 
Pby. of South Carolina — . 

MAYS, A., Erata, i^m.— Memb. Pby. of 
Ethel—. 
MAXWELL, Columbus Wirt, Durham, 

N. C— Born, Dav. C, N. C; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A., 1886; Un. T. S., Va.; Stud. New C, 
Edinburg; Lie. '90, Pby. of Orange; SynL 



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Ev. 1 yr.; P. Lexington, N. C, '91-93; A. P. 
1st Ch., Danville, Va., '94-95; P. Colby 
Mem., Norfolk, Va., '96—. 

MEBANE, Benjamin Watkins, Freder- 
icksburg^ Va. — Born, Greensboro, N. C; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1875, M. A., '84; Un. 
T. S., Va., '78; Lie. April 29, '78; Ord. Nov. 
16, '78, Pby. of Orange; P. Graham, N. C, 
'78-80; Co. Shops, N. C, '78-80; S. S. Hills- 
ville and Old Town, Va., and Mt. Airy, N. 
C, '81-82; P. Bristol, Va., '82-85; P. River- 
view, Va., '83-89 and '92-94; P. New Dubhn, 
Va., '85-^9; P. Bell Springs, Va., '85-89 and 
'92-94; P. Maysville, Ky., '90-92; P. Rad- 
ford, Va., '92-96; P. Radford Central, Va., 
'94-96; P. Fredericksburg, Va., '96—. 

MEBANE, James Edwin, Cottoji Hill, 
W. Tfi.- Born, Madison, N. C, Col. T. S., 
S. C, 1890; Lie. May 27, '90, Pby. of Orange; 
Ord. Oet., '91, Pby. of Greenbrier; H. M. 
field. Raven's Eye, Mt. Cove and Gibeah,W. 
Va., '91—. 

MEBANE, Wm. Nelson, Fredericksburg, 
Va. — Born, Greensboro, N. C; Dav. C, N. 
C, B. A., 1883, M. A., '96, B. D., '96; U. of 
Chicago, Semitic Lang., '97; Stud. Col. T. 
S., S. C, '83-85 and Prin. T. S., 1 yr.; Lie. 
'88, Pby. of Nashville; Ord. Sept. 10, '89, 
Pby. of Ebenezer; S. S. Kerrville, Tenn.,'86; 
S. S. Pulaski and Draper'a Valley, v'a. , '88- 
89; S. S. Vanceburg and Greenup, Union, 
Ky., '89-94; Prof. Greek and German, Fred- 
ericksburg College, Va., '97 — . 

MECKLIN, A. H., French Camp, Miss. 
— Born, Abbeville District, S. C; Lagrange 

C, B. A., 1859; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, '60- 
61; Lie. '62; Ord. '63, Pby. of Tombeekbee; 
P. Poplar Creek and French Camp, .Miss., 
'63 — ; also S. S. at various times. Old Leba- 
non, Bywy, Bethsalem, Mt. Zion.Weir, Ack- 
ermon and Carthage, Miss.; Pres. Central 
Miss., Inst. — . 

MECKLIN, James Andrew, Kosciusko, 
Miss. — Born, Poplar Creek, Miss., Sept. 12, 
1846; U. of Miss., B. A., '69; D. D., S.W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn.; Col. T. S., S. C, '71; Lie. 
and Ord. '71, Pby. of Central Mississippi; P. 
Hopewell, Salem and West, Miss., '71-73; S. 
S. Sulphur Springs, Tex,, '73-74; S. S. Leba- 
non, Miss., '75-80; S. S. Weir, Miss., '80-83; 
Prin. French Camp Aed., Miss., '85-94; S. S. 
College Hill, Miss., '94; P. Kosciusko, Miss., 
'94 — ; family Scotch Irish. 

MEGGINSON, Wm. S., 215 San Pedro 
Ave, San Antonio, Texas. — Born near Knox- 
ville, Tenn., July 30, 1869; Stud. Lv. T. S., 
Kv., '97; Lie. May 6, '97, Pby. of Cherokee; 
Ord. Sept. 21, '97, Pby. of Western Texas; 
S. S. Utica Mission and Pine St. Mission, 
San Antonio, Tex., and P. Utica Pbn. Ch., 
Sept. 20, '97—; Sec. Y. M. C. A., Central 
Branch, Atlanta, Ga., '91-94; Sec. Y. M. C. 
A., Texarkana, Ark., '94. 

MICKEL, Eug-ene Philip, Madison, Fla. 
—Born, Hartwick, N. Y.; Hartwick Sem., 
1876; Stud. Hartwick T. S., N. Y., '75-79; 
Central U., Ky., M. A. ; Cumb. C, Tenn., D. 

D. '90: Lie. '80; Ord. '81, Pby. of Athens; P. 



Pleasant Hill, Ga., '80-83; Ev. Syn. of Ky., 
'83-92; Pres. Jackson Collegiate Inst, of Cen- 
tral U., Ky., '92-95; P. Madison and Live 
Oak, Fla., '95—. 

MICKLE, Robert Alexander, Mobile, 
Ala.— Born, Camden, S. C, Sept. 9, 1831- 
Col. T. S., S. C; Lie. April 16, '53, Pby. of 
Harmony; Ord. Jan. 14, '54, Pby. of Charles- 
ton; P. Barnwell C. H., S. C, 5 yrs.; P. Grif- 
fin, Ga., 4>^ yrs.; P. Fairview, 2}i yrs.; S. S. 
Friendship, S. C, 1 yr.; P. Newberry, S. C, 
8 yrs.; S. S. Cuthbe/t and Fort Gaines, Ga., 
2}i VTS.; P. Brunswick, Ga., 4}^ yrs.; S. S. 
Ebenezer Ch., Chiston, S. C, 1^ yrs.; P. 
Edisto Island, S. C, 5>^ yrs.; S. S. High- 
lands, N. C, 1 yr.; S. S. Brewton, Ala., 3>^ 
yrs.; S. S. Stockton, Ala., 9}4 yrs.; P. Broad 
St. Ch., Mobile, Ala., and Seamen's Chapl., 
.'91— and S. S. Stockton—. 

MICKLIN, John M., Ballon, Ga., (In 
Germany).— Frin. T. S.; Lie. June 3, 1896; 
Ord. Sept. 23, '96, Pby. of Cherokee; P. Dal- 
ton, Ga.,Sept. 23, '96—. 

MILEY, Wm. Henry, Marion, Ky. 
—Born, Rockbridge Co., Va.; Stud. W. and 
L. U., Va.; Un. T. S., Va., 1888; Lie. June, 
'88; Ord. '89, Pby. of Paducah; Ev. Corydon, 
Ridgewood and Uniontown, Paducah Pby., 
'88-89; P. Marion, Ky., Dec. '89—; author, 
"Bible Baptism for the People" (a tract, 
Author, 10c). 

MILLARD, Joseph Rhea, Chester, S. C. 
—Born, Bluff City, Tenn.; Stud. King C, 
Tenn.; Col. T. S., S. C, 1888; Lie. May, '88, 
Pby. of Holston; Ord. Oct., '88, Pby. of 
Charleston; P. Richland and Fort Motte, 
'88-89; P. Tirzah and S. S. Waxhaw and 
Beulah, '89-91; P. Fishing Creek and Rich- 
burg, '91-94; S. S. of same, '94-96; S. S. 
Fishing Creek and Oakland, '96 — . 

MILLARD, Marshall Wallace, Bethes- 
da, Tenn. — Born, Sullivan Co., E. Tenn.; 
King C, Tenn., 1878; Un. T. S., Va., '81; 
Lie. and Ord. '81, Pby. of Holston; P. Mossy 
Creek, Dandridge, Mt. Horeb and Rutledge, 
E. Tenn., '81-82; P. Greenville, Campbell 
and Sulphur Springs, Tex., '83; P. Temple, 
McGregor and Mt. Zion, Tex., '84-86; P. 
Stanton and Dancyville, Tenn., '87-90; P. 
Adam's M. Ch., Nashville, Tenn., '91-92; P. 
New Hope, Bethesda, Stoney Kirk and 
Thompson Station, Tenn., '92—. 

MILLER, Cornelius; Harrisburg, N. C. 
— Born, Columbus, Miss.; IT. of Miss., B. A., 
1871; Un. T. S., Va., '74; Lie. April 17, '74, 
Pby. of Hanover; Ord. Oct. 30, '75, Pby. of 
Orange; P. Madison, Wentworth and Leaks- 
ville, N. C, '74-82, '83-85; P. Bonham and 
Honey Grove, Tex., '82; P. Alamance, Guil- 
ford Co., '85-91; P. Burlington and Spring- 
wood, '85-88; S. S. Jamestown, Speedwell, 
'88-90; S. S. Asheville and Worthville, '90- 
91; Ev. Stokes Co., '92-97; P. Rocky River 
and Zion, N. C, '97—. 

MILLER, Henry, Middlesboro, Ky. 
Born, Pontotoc, Miss., Feb. 10, 1856; U. of 
Miss.; Prin. U.; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '81-82; 
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— Ass't r. and then S. S. Versailles, '83—; 
P. Isl Ch., Middlesboro, Ky. — . 

MILLER, Robert Alexander, Lowell, 
N. C— Born, York Co., S. C; Dav. C, N. 
C, B. A., 1871; Col. T. S., S. C.,74; Lie. '74, 
Pby. of Bethel; Ord. '76, Pby. of Wilming- 
ton; P. Mount Williams and Richlands, N. 
C, '74-77; P. Monroe and Wade.sboro, N. C, 
'77-83; P. Hopewell, N. C, '83-90; P. Low- 
ell, Belmont and New Hope, N. C, '90— ; 
Memb. Com. of Home M. many years; Chm. 
H. M. C. of Pby. and Memb. Svn. Com. of 
H. M. 

MILLER, Samuel G., ^/<? Scott St., 
Little Rock, Ark. — Born, Wabash Co., Ind.; 
Wm. C, Mo., B. A.; S. W. Pbn. U.; Div. 
Sch., S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., Class 1889; Lie 
April, '89, Pby. of Nashville; Ord. Oct. '89, 
Pby. of Central Missi.ssippi; P. Durant and 
Lexington, '89-90; P. Greenville, '91-94; P. 
1st Pbn. Ch., Little Rock, Ark., '96—; au- 
thor, Co.-Ed. of the Trans Miss. Pbn.; Chm. 
Ev. work S^'n. and Pby. of Ark. — . 

MILLER, Wm. MeClanahay, Smith- 
ville, la. — Born, Christiansburg, Va. ; W. 
and L. U., Va., B. A., 1879; Un. T. S., Va., 
'84; Lie. May 10, '84, Pby. of Montgomery'; 
Ord. May 2, '86, Pby. of Greenbrier; Tea. 
Mrs. Gen. Lee's Family Sch.; Prin. Sweet 
Springs Acd., 2 yrs.; P. Frankford and 
Spring Creek, Greenbrier Pby., '86-88; City 
Ev. Wilmington, N. C, 6 yrs.; A. P. Village 
and Drakes Branch, Roanoke Pby. '93 — ; 
Scotch-Irish descent. 

MILLS, Wm. Wilson, Camden, S. C. 
—Born, Sumter Co., S. C; S. C. College, B. 
A., 18(iO; Col. T. S., S. C, '(58; Lie April 11, 
Ord. Oct. 9, '68, Pby. of Harmony; P. Leba- 
non and Horeb, S. C, '68-73; P. Lebanon 
and Salem, S. C, '73-84; P. Camden, S. C, 
'84—. 

MILNE, Wm. Stewart, Micanopy, Fla. 
— Born, Edinburgh, Scotland; Braughton 
PI. Mission Sch. ; Stud. Theol. under Rev. 
J. McMuntrie, Edinburgh, Scotland; Lie. 
April 12, '95, Ord. Oct., '95, Pby. of Suwan- 
nee; P. E. Kanapaha, '92-96 and S. S. of 
same to '96; S. S. Branford and Micanopy, 
Fla., '96—; also Ev. work. 

MILSTER, Abner W., Higginsville Mo. 
— Horn, Rrazeau, Mo.; Stud. Wm. C, Mo.; 
Stud. Theol. under Rev. N. L. Rice. D. D.; 
Ark. Syn. C, D. D., '96; Lie. April 8, '71. 
Pbv. of Missouri; Ord. Sept., '71, Pby. of 
Lafavette; P. Nevada, Mo., '71-7(>; P. Belle- 
vue, ''76-82; Ev. Lafayette Pby., '82-88; Ev. 
work in Ark., 8 mos. ; Ev. Van Alstyne and 
McKinney, Tex., '89-90; Ev. Syn. of Mo., 
'91-93; P.' Higginsville, Mo., '93— ; practiced 
medicine five years before studying Theol. 

MINTER, Wm. Ramseur, Rutherford- 
ton, N. C. — Born, Sedalia, S. C; Dav. C, 
N. C, B. A., 1892; Stud. McC. T. S., Chi- 
cago, '93-94; Col. T. S., S. C, '97; P. Ruth- 
erfordton, N. C. and S. S. Cherryville, Waco, 
Sandy Plains and Columbus, N. C, '97 — . 

MITCHELL, Francis, Independence, Mo. 
—Bom, Pulaski,Tenn.; Lie. April, 1874, Ord. 



Nov. '76, Pby. of Missouri; S. S. New Bloom- 
field, White Cloud, Mt. Olivet, Vandalia, 
Concord, Westminster and Prairie View, 
Pby. of Mo.; Pbl. and Synl. Ev. 5 jts.; P 
Westminster Ch., Independence, Mo.; S. S 
Blackburn and Alma, Pby. of Layfayette — ; 
S. C. Syn. of Mo.—. 

MITCHELL, Joel Tunstall, IVhitesburg, 
Aj/. —Born, Greene Co., Kv.; Stud. Un. T. 
S., Va., and Lv. Bap. T. S.; S. S. Hebron 
Ch., Ky., '$K)-92; S. S. and P. First Olive 
Creek and Rockport, Kv., '92-95; P. Silver 
Creek, Ky., '96-96; Ev. Whitesburg and 
Letcher Co., W. Lexington Pbj'., Jan. 97 — . 

MOFFETT, Alexander Stewart, Leba- 
non Kv. — Born, Staunton, Va. ; W. and L. U., 
Va., B. A., 1871; Un. T. S., Va., '75; Lie. 
April 24, '76, Ord. Aug., '77, Pbj-. of Lex- 
ington; P. Loch willow, Va., '76-81; P. Round 
Hill, Va., '81-84; P. Stanford, Kv., '86-88;, 
P. Midway, Ky., '88-93; P. Lexington, Mo., 
'93-97; P. Lebanon, Ky., Oct. 31, '97—. 

MOLLOY, John C, 4/8 W. Broadway, 
Louisville, Ky. — Born, Holly Springs, Miss.; 
S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 1S74; Un. T. S., Va., 
'77; Lie. April, '77, Ord. Sept. '77, Pby. of 
Louisville; S. S. Buffalo and Bethlehem, Ro- 
anoke Pby., '75; P. Owensboro, Ky., '77-97; P. 
E. Bardstown, Ky., '97; author, "The Rela- 
tion of the Presbyterian Ch. to other Denom- 
inations " (Pbn. Pub. Com., Richmond,. 
Va.). 

MONTGOMERY, Charles, Mt. Vernon, 
Ca.— Born, Sumter, S. C; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A., 1893; Col. T. S., S. C.,'96; Lie. April, 
'95, Pby. of Harmony; Ord. Oct., '96, Pby. 
of Savannah; S. S. Gainesville, Ga., '94; S. 
S. Heath Springs and Kershaw, S. C, '95; 
Hopewell, S. C, '95-96; P. Mt. Vernon and 
Vidalia, Ga., '96-97; S. S. Hazlehurst, Ga., 
'96-97; S. S. Fitzgerald, Ga., '96-97; S. S. 
Erick, Ga., '97—. 

MONTGOMERY, James Alves, Martin, 
Tex. — Born, Rockingham Co., N. C. ; Bing- 
ham Sch., N. C; U. of Va.; U. of S. C, 
Austin T. S., Tex., 1889; Lie May 11, '89, 
Pby. of Central Texas; Ord. June 19, '89. Pby. 
of Brazos; S. S. LaGrange, Tex., '89-90; S. 
S. Gongale, Tex., '90-92, and P. of same, '92- 
96; S. S. Marlin, Tex., and S. S. Mart and 
Hubbard City, Tex., Oct., '96—; Author, Ed. 
"Sunday-school Lessons" for Trans-Miss, 
Presbyterian (Houston, Tex.), '96 — . 

MONTGOMERY, John, Long-wood, Mo. 
—Born, Danville, Kv.; Centre C, Kv., B. A., 
1836, D. D., '57; P'rin. T. S., '38; 'Lie. '38, 
Ord. '40, Pby. of Transylvania; P. Harrods- 
burg, Ky., '40-67, Prin. Female College, Har- 
rodsburg, Kv., '46-50; P. IstCh., Pettis, Mo., 
'67-67; P. Sedalia, Mo., '66-70; Pres. Wm. C, 
Mo.. '64-66; P. Longwood. Mo. — . 

MONTGOMERY, John Watt, Giddings, 
J ex. — Born, Caswell Co., N. C; Sam'l Kings 
High Sch.; Stud. Un. T. S.. Va., and Prin. 
T. S.; Lie. July, '63, Ord. July, '56, Pby. of 
Orange; Mv. Antioc and Paco'let, S. C, "53- 
64; P. Bethesda, N. C, '64-66; P. Oeala, Oak 
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'66-70; P. Walthourville, Flemington and 
Dorchester, Ga., 70-90; S. S. Rockport and 
Beeville, '90; P. Dorchester, Mt. Zion and 
Waynesville, Ga., '90-93; P. Giddings, S. S. 
Live Oak and Winchester, Tex., '93 — . 

MOONEY, J. D., Pass Christian, Miss. 
— Memb. Pby. of New Orleans; P. Pass Chris- 
tian and Handsboro, Miss. — . 

MOORE, Carp, Bridgewater, Fa.— Born, 
Norfolk, Va., July 28, 1867; H.-S. C, Va.; 
Un. T. S., Va., '83; P. Bridgewater, Dayton 
and Beuna Vista, Va. — . 

MOORE, Chalmers, Heath Spring, S. C. 
—Born, FrankUn, N. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1884, M. A., '93; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C; 
Un. T. S., Va., Class '87; Lie '87, Pby. of 
Mecklenburg; Ord. '87, Pby. of West Han- 
over; S. S. Petersburg, Va., i7 mos.; P. Louis- 
burg, N. C, 3 yrs.; P. Hopewell, N. C, 3 
yrs.; P. Bryson City, N. C, 18 mos.; P. Heath 
Springs and P. E. Liberty Hill and P. Calvin, 
S. C, May, '96—. 

MOORE, Henry C, Ft. Deposit, Ala. 
—Born, Bv View, Va.; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 
1873; Un.'T. S., Va., '78; Lie April 18, '78, 
Pby. of Ea.st Hanover; Ord. '79, Pby. of Oua- 
chita; S. S. Hamburg and Calvary, Ark., '78- 
79, P. and P. of same,' 79-81; P. Tulip, Prince- 
ton and Pleasureville, '81-85; S. S. Magnolia 
and Louisville, '86-92; P. Suffolk, Va., '92-96; 
P. Hayneville and Lowndesboro, Ala., '96 — . 

MOORE, John Henry, Keyser, W. Va. 
—Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 1871-72; Lie and 
Ord.; P. Keyser, W. Va, Pby. of Winches- 
ter, . 

MOORE, John S., Sherman, 7>jir.— Born, 
Theneper Co., Miss.; U. of Miss., B. A., D. 
D., 1878; Col. T. S., S. C, '70; Lie '70, Pby. 
of Tuscaloosa; Ord. '70, Pby. of East Texas; 
P. Jefferson, Tex., "70-77; P. McKinney, Tex., 
'77-79; P. Sherman, Tex., '79—. 

MOORE, John W., Kochi, Japan.— Phy. 
of Mecklenburg; My. to Japan, Jan. 13, 1890. 

MOORE, Walter W., Richmond, Va. 
—Born, Charlotte, N. C, 1857; Dav. C, N. 
C, B. A., '78; Central U., D. D , '86; Dav. C. 
LL.D., '92; Un. T. S. Va., '81; Lie May, '81, 
Ord. Aug. '81, Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ev. 
Swannanoa, N. C, '81-82; P. Millersburg, 
Ky., '82-83; Prof, of Hebrew and the Inter- 
pretation of the Old Testament, Un. T. S., 
Va.. '83—; H. P. Stone, Lecturer, Prin. T. S., 
'96-97, "The Beginnings of Hebrew History." 

MORGAN, Robert, Calvert, 7>.i-.— Memb. 
Pby. of Brazos — . 

MORRIS, Samuel Leslie, Macon, Ga. 
—Born, Abbeville, S. C; Ersk.C, S. C, B. A., 
1873, D. D., Pbn. C, S. C, '92; Col. T. S., 
S. C, '76; Lie Sept. 17, '76, Ord. April 21, 
'77, Pby. of South Carolina; P. Wallhalla, S. 
C, '76-82; P. Edgefield, S. C, '82-89; S. C. 
Pby., '78-89; Director Col. T. S., S. C, 86- 
86; S. C, Macon Pby.—; Visited the Conti- 
nent and Holy Land, '95. 

MORRISON, James Hardy, i6oo Hayes 
St., Nashville, Teiin. — Born, Buncombe Co., 
N. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1875, M. A., 



'83; Un. T. S., Va., '78; Lie and Ord., '78, 
Pby. of West Lexington; S. S. Owingsville 
and Walnut Hill, Ky., '78; P. Portland Ave 
Ch., Louisville, Ky., '79-88; Ev. Louisville 
Pby. andSyn. of Ky., '88-91; Synl. Ev.. Syn 
of Nashville, '91-94; Ev. in Texas, '95; S. S. 
3d Ch., Knoxville, Tenn., 3 mos.; P. 2d Pbn! 
Ch., Nashville Tenn., '96— ; Author, "Hist! 
of Portland Ave. Ch., Louisville, Ky." 

MORRISON, Robert, Fulton, Mo.— -Bom, 
Greene Co., Pa.; Mi. U., B. A., 1819 M \ 
5- D. D., '97; Prin. T. S., '54; Lie April, '64,' 
Ord. April, '56, Pby. of Louisville; City My. 
Louisville, Ky., '64-56; S. S. Penn Run, '64- 
60; S. S. Hebron, '58-68; P. and S. S. Water- 
ford, O., '68-76; S. S. Potosi, Mo., '76-79; 
Financial Agt., Wm. C, '79-81; My. Miller 
and Morgan Cos., Mo., '81-90; S. S. and Syn. 
Colp. in Mo., '90—; Author, Ed. The Presby- 
terian, Louisville, Ky., '62-63; Prin. founder 
of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. 

MORRISON, Richard C, Brittain, N. C. 
— Bom, Pioneer Mills, N. C; Stud. Dav. C 
N. C, 1881-83; Un. T. S., Va., '91-93; Lie 
and Ord. '93; P. Matthews, Stevens (Bethle- 
hem for about 1 yr. ), '93-98; P. Gamiel, '96- 
98; P. Little Brittain and Duncan's Creek, 
Rutherford Co., N. C, and Drusilla Ch., Mc- 
Dowell Co., N. C, Jan., '98—. 

MORRISON,W.'M., Luebo, Africa.— Born, 
Lexington, Va.; Stud. Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky.; 
Ord. Pby. of Arkansas; S. S. Chs. in Ar- 
kansas; My. to Africa, May 12, 1896—. 

MORRISON, Wm. Walker, 6oo White 
Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. — Born, Rockbridge 
Co., Va.; W. and L. U., B. A., 1862, M. A., 
'55; Un. T. S., Va., '55; Lie June 1, '66, Pby. 
of Lexington; Ord. April 19, '67, Pby. of 
East Alabama; P. New Harmony and Lafay- 
ette, '66-58; P. Loundesboro and Good Hope, 
'58-60; P. Hatchett Creek, '60; P. New Har- 
mony and Lafayette, '61-66; P. Lake City, 
Fla., '66-67; Serving diiferent Chs., '98. 

MORROW, Calvin 'Sexton, Hawthorne, 
Fla.— Born, Sept. 19, 1832; U. of N. C, '59; 
Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '69-60; Lie Oct. 22, 
'60, Ord. Ev. April 25, '62. Pby. of Orange; 
S. S. Ashboro, '63-64; S. S. Bethlehem, '66- 
73; P. Hawfields and Cross Roads, '73-82; 
Memb. Pby. Suwanee — . 

MORROW, John Samuel, Harmony 
Grove, Ga. — Born, Oaks, N. C; Stillman In- 
stitute, Ala.; Lie 1890, Ord. '91, Pby. of 
Mecklenburg; P. Bethany Ch., Asheville, N. 
C, '91-97; S. S. Sardis, Cedar Grove, Mt. 
Zion and Mt. Olivet, Ga., March 1, '97—. 

MORROW, Robert B., Demopolis, Ala. 
—Born, Somerville, Ala.; U. of Miss., B. A.; 
Un. T. S., Va., 1876; Lie June, '76, Pby. of 
Chickasaw; Ord. Pby. of We.stern District; 
P. Zion, Brandon and Lexington, Miss.; P. 
Mallard Creek, Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ev. 
Ouachita Pby. and North Alabama — . 

MORTON, Charles R., Araguary, Minas 
Garces, Brazil, S. A.—yiy. to Brazil, S. A., 
March 12, 1894—. 

MORTON, George Nash, Dobbs Ferry, 
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1841; H.-S. C, Va.; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 
'(55-66; Lie. May 1, Ord. Aug. 15, '68, Pby. 
of Roauoke; My. to Brazil, '68-79; Teacher, 
Sao Paulo, Brazil, and S. S. and My. at large 
in that region, '80-82; Res. Dobbs Ferry, 
N. Y. 

MORTON, John Blair, Shivip, Va. 
—Born, Charlottesville, Va.; Roa. C, Va., B. 
A., 1891; Un. T. S., Va., '94; Lie. and Ord. 
'94, Pby. of Abingdon; P. Beaver Creek, '94- 
95; H. M. work Hol.ston Pby.,Tenn., '95-96; 
P. Green Spring, Rock Spring and Bethel, 
Va., July, '96—. 

MORTON, John Booker, Tarboro, N. C. 
—Born, Botetourt Co., Va.; Stud. H.-S. C, 
Va., 1871; Un. T. S.. Va., '74; Lie. '73, Ord. 
Aug. '74, Pby. of West Hanover; P. New 
Hope, Ga., 74-82; P. Sparta, Ga., '82-88; P. 
Fernandino, Fla., 'S8-94; P. Tarboro, N. C, 
'95—. 

MORTON, Paul Carrington, Roxboro, 
N. <r.— Stud. W. C, Va.; Stud. Un. T. S., 
Va., 1859-(>0; Ord.—; Ev. and S. S. Pby. of 
Orange; Roxboro, Red House, Rougemont, 
Holloways,^ N. C— . 

MORTON, Wm. Dennis, Columbus, Miss. 
—Born, Botetourt Co.. Va.; Stud. H.-S. C, 
Va.; Wm. C, Mo., D. D.; Un. T. S., Va.; 
Lie. 1868, Pby. of West Henover; Ord. Dec, 
'69, Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ev. Pby. of 
Mecklenburg; P. Morgansfiled, Kv., '72-81; 
Ev. Syn. of Ky., '82-85; P. Boonville, Mo., 
'85-89; Ev. Syn. of N. C, '89-91; P. Hen- 
derson, N. C, '91-97; Ev. Syn. of Missis- 
sippi, '97 — . 

MOSELEY, John Watkins, Hamburg, 
Ark. — Born, Fredericktown, Mo., 1831; Lane 
T. S., O., '50-53; Un.T. S., Va., '53-54; Ord. 
'5(5, Pby. of Mississippi; Preacher and teacher; 
P. Garlandsville, Miss., '74-; P. Hamburg, 
Ark., and Ev. Calvary, Wilniot, Dermott and 
Arkansas City, Ark 

MOSELEY, Robert Kelsoe, McKinney, 
7>.i-.— Born, Bedford Co., Va.; H.-S. C, Va., 
B. A., 1S74; Un. T. S., Va., '78; Lie. June, 
(?) '78, Ord. '79, Pby. of Montgomery; P. 
New Bethel, Montgomery Pby., '78-81; P. 
Seguin, W. Tex., '81-86; P. Cameron, Tex., 
'8(5-88; Pres. MeKinnev Collegiate Institute, 
'89-93; S. S. Van Alstyne aniV Midway, Dal- 
las Pby., '93-94; Prin.'Calviu In.stilute, Dur- 
rant, Choctaw Nation, '94-9('); Teacher, INIc- 
Kinney, Tex., June, '96 — . 

MOSER, R. Luther, Mexico, Mo. —Y,orn, 
White Pine, Tenn.;-Stud. Austin C, Tex., 
and McC. T. S., Chicago; Lie. Oct. 10, 1892, 
Ord. iMay 9, '94, Pby. of Missouri; P. West- 
minster Group, '92-95; P. Bowling Green 
Group, '95-96; S. S. Augu.sta and Mokane, 
Mo., '96—. 

MOWBRAY, Thomas, T)iompson Valley, 
Va. — Born, Ivliiilmrgh, Scotland; Stud. 
Bingham's Mil. Sch.,"N. C, 2'^ vrs., and 
H.-S. C, Va., 1 yr.; Un. T. S., Va., 1886; 
Lie. May 1, Ord. Oct. 16, '87, Pby. of Abing- 
don; S. S. Sharon, Point Pleasant and Ley- 
burn, Va., '8(5-87, and P. of same, '87-90, also 
S. S. during this time Burkes Garden, Va.; 



P. Beaver Creek and Green Spring, Va., '^91- 
94; P. Liberty Hill and Thompson Valley, 
Va., '94—. 

MULLER, Edwin, 5/7 .?af 5^., Louisville, 
Ky. — Born, Columbia, S. C; Union. C, B. 
A., 1879; D. D., Wm. C, Mo., '95; Col. T. 
S., S. C, '84; Lie. and Ord. '84, Pby. of 
Charleston; P. Owingsburg, '84-88; P. West- 
minster Pbn. Ch., Louisville, Ky.,'88, and 
Prof, of Ch. Hist, and Polity, Lv. Pbn. T. 
S., '88—. 

MULLER, W. R., Clinton, S. C. 

MUNN, John Monroe, Bcnevola, Ala. 
—Born, Dale Co., Ala.; Stud. Col. T. S., Va., 
1892-93; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
'94; Lie. June 19, '94, Pby. of South Alabama; 
Ord. April 18, '96, Pby. of Tuscaloosa; S. S. 
Bethesda, Hebron and Mt. Olivet, Ala., '96—. 

MUNROE, Colin Alexander, Lenoir, N. 
C— Born, Trov, N. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1872; Un. t. S., Va., '76; Lie. April, '7(i, 
Pby. of Fayetteville; Ord. April, '77, Pby. of 
Mississippi; S- S. Lumberton and Rocking- 
ham, N. C., '76; S. S. Crvstal Springs, Miss., 
'76-82; Ev. Concord Pby', '82-84; S. S. Hunt- 
ington, W. Va., '84-88; P. E. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Huntington, and P. E. Hickory and Lenoir, 
N. C, '88; P. Lenoir and Hickory, N. C, 
'88-91; P. Lenoir and H. M. work Pby. of 
Concord, '91—; Chm. H. M. Com., '91—. 

MUNROE, Dug-ald, Soddy, Tetin.—Eora, 

Troy, N. C, Aug. 21, 1846; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A., '72; Un. T. S., Va., '76; Lie April, 
'76, Pby. of Fayetteville; Ord. Sept., '76, 
Pby. of Knoxville; S. S. Soddy Creek and 
Washington, Tenn., '7(5-77, and P. of Soddy 
Creek, Tenn., and S. S. of other Chs., '77- 
89; P. Newton, N. C, and Ev. Pby. of Con- 
cord, and S. S. Sherrell's Ford, N. C, '91-95; 
P. Soddy, Tenn., May, '95—. 

MUNROE, E. Marshall, Milford, Tex. 
—Born, Trov, N. C, I\Iav 16, 1850; Dav. C, 
N. C, B. A.,''73; Ark. C.'. D. D., '94; Un. T. 
S., Va., '77; Lie. April, '76, Pbv. of Favette- 
ville; Ord. Oct., '78, Pby. of Arkansas;' S. S. 
Camden and Mt. Holly, Ark., '77-78, and P. 
of same, '78-93; S. S. INIilford and Brandon, 
Tex., '93-94, and P. of same, '94—; S. C, 
Ouachita Pby., '80-93; S. C. Pby. of Dallas, 
'95—; ]Memb. 4 Gen. Ass. and Temp. C. 
Ass., '88. 

MURCHISON, Hugh Roderick, Bam- 
berg, S. C. — Born, Coronaca, S. C; Dav. C, 
N. C, B. A., 1893; Col. T. S., S. C, '97; Lie. 
Nov. 8, '96, Pbv. of South Carolina; Ord. 
April 12, '97, Pby. of Charie.ston; S. S. Bam- 
berg, Denmark and Blackville, S. C, '94-95; 
P. Blackville and Richland, and S. S. Bam- 
berg, Denmark and Fort Motte, S. C, '97 — ; 
Stud. S yrs; Teacher 3 yrs. 

MURKLAND, Wm. Unwiek, Baltimore, 
Md.—Worw, Demerara, S. A., Nov. 17, 1842; 
H.-S. C, Va., B. A., '62, and D. D.; Un. T. S., 
Va., '6S; Lie. Nov., '67, Ord. April 9, '(59, 
Pby. of West Hanover; S. S. and then P. 
Centre, '67-70; P. FrankUn St. Ch., Balti- 
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MURRAY, Ephraim Clark, Mebane, N. 
C— Born, Edisto Island, S. C, Feb. 6, 1861; 
Un. C, N. Y., B. A., '82; Pbn. C, S. C, D. 
D., '97; Col. T. S., S. C, '85; P. Marion, 
Siloam and Old Fort, N. C, '86-87; P. Sum- 
merville, S. C, '87-91; P. Alamance, N. C, 
'91-92; P. Mebane and Bethlehem, N. C, 
'92-94; P. Mebane, Bethlehem and Saxapa- 
haw, N. C, June, '97; Author, "Pastor's 
Bible," (Pby. Com. of Pub., Richmond, Va., 
75c.), '88; Prin. High Sch. Orange Pby., Me- 
bane, N. C, '92-94; Pres. Pbn. C, Clinton, 
S. C, '94-97. 

MURRAY, JsLiaes, Worsham, Ka.— Born, 
Southampton Co., Va., Aug. 27, 1834; U. of 
Va., M. A.; H.-S. C, Va., D. D., '84; Un. T. 
S., Va., 5(5-58; Lie April 16, '59, Ord. May 
20, '60, Pby. of East Hanover; P. Sussex, 
'60-68; P. Bethel, Lex. Pby., '68—; P. Col- 
lege Ch., Worsham, Va. — . 

MURRAY, John W., Ei/mia, Tex. 
— Born, Jefferson City, Mo.; Stud. Bethany 
C. and U. of Mo. and under tutors; Ord. Ev. 
June 12, 1896, Pby. of Dallas; Ev. Emma, 
Floydada, Silverton and Bethgur, Tex., 
'96 — ; A large field, serving all adjoining 
Cos. 

MYERS, Harry W., Okazaki, Mikawa 
Province, Japan. — My. to Japan, June 8, 

1897—. 

♦ 

m* ^ ALLISTER, David Smith, Bethel, 
/VIC S- <^-— Born, Cape Fear, N. C, 1845; 
^ Dav. C, N. C; B. A., '71; Pbn. T. 
S., S. C, '74; Lie. July, '73, Pby. Fayette- 
ville; Ord. Nov., '74, Pby. Harmony; P. 
Blenheim, '74-91; P. Bennettsville, '74-81; 
Red Bluff, '82-89; S. S. Reedy Creek and 
Dunbar, '90-91; P. Bethel Ch., Pby. of 
Bethel, '91—. 

MeALPINE, J. R., Pineville, N. C— 
Born, Mardisville, Ala.; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1872; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, '82-83; Lie, 
'82, Pby. of South Alabama; Ord., '83, Pby. 
of Bethel; P. Aimwell, Longtown, S. C, 
'83-85; P. Bullock's Creek, S. C, '85-87; P. 
Huntersville, N. C, '87-94; P. Pineville and 
Pleasant Hill, N. C, '94—. 

MeALPINE, Robert Brown, Tuscaloosa, 
Ala.— Born, Coosa Co., Ala.; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A., 1871, M. A. later; Col. T. S., S. C, '73; 
Stud. U. of Va., '74-76; Stud. Prin. T. S., '79; 
Lie. Nov. 20, '73, Pby. of Concord; Ord. May 
12, '77, Pby. of Alabama; P. Uniontown and 
Dayton, Ala., '76-79; P. E. Goldsboro, N. C, 
'80-82; P. Columbus, Miss., '82-87; S. S. 
Livingston and Bol, Ala., '89; Prof. Theol, 
Stillman Inst., Tuscaloosa, Ala., '89 — . 

MeALPINE, R. E., Kobe, Japan.— M&mh. 
Pby. of South Alabama; My. to Japan, Oct. 
14, 1884—. 

MeARN, Archibald Hugh, Cheraw, S. C. 
—Born, Cheraw, S. C; Dav. C.,N. C, B. A., 
1888; Prin. T. S., '91; Lie. May, '91, Pby. of 
Fayetteville; Ord. July, '91, Pby. of Albe- 
marle; P. Wilson, N. C, '91-93; P. Cheraw, 
S. C, Jan., '93—; S. C. Pee Dee Pby., Aug., 
'91—. 



MeBRYDE, John Thomas, Donald's, s. 
C— Born, Anderson, S. C; U. of S. C B 
A., 1863; Col. T. S., S. C, '71; Lie. Oct., '70^ 
Pby. of South Carolina; Ord. Nov., '71, Pby. 
of Charleston; Ev. of Charleston Pby., 
'71-72; P. Aiken, S. C, '72; S. S. Americus, 
'75-78; P. Marshall, Tex., '83-91; Ill-health, 
'91-93; P. Greenville Ch., Abbeville Co.. S. 
C, '93—. 

MeCAIN, Nathaniel Henry, Corder, Mo. 
— Born, Carrollton, Miss.; S. W. Pbn U 
Tenn., Ph. B., 1888; Div. Sch., S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn., '90; Lie, 91, Ord., 91, Pby. of 
Lafayette; P. Corder and Prairie, Mo., '91 — . 

MeCAIN, J. N., Normana, 7>.ar.— Memb. 
Pbn. of Western Tex.—. 

MeCALL, John v., Cleburtte, Tex.— Born, 
Waco, Tex.; W. and L. U., Va., M. A., 1886; 
Un. T. S., Va., '93; Lie. June, '93, Ord. Oct., 
'93, Pby. of Dallas; S. S. Witchita Falls, 
Iowa, Park, Archer, Hallidav and Charlie, 
Tex., '93-95; P. Mineral Wells, Gordon, Palo 
Pinto, Thurber Caddo, Tex., '95-97; P. Cle- 
burne, Tex., '97—. 

MeCALLIE, Thomas Hooke, Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. — Born, Washington, Tenn.; 
Burritt C, Tenn., B. A., 1856, M. A., '57; 
Kings C, Tenn., D. D., '81; Un. T. S., N. 
Y., '59; Lie. April, '59, 3d Pby. of New York; 
Ord. Sept. 29, '69, Pby. of Kingston; S. S. 
Lebanon and Bethesda, Miss., 2 mos. ; P. 
Cleveland, Tenn., 2 yrs; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Chattanooga, Tenn., '62-73; Invalid, 1 yr.; 
Ev. Knoxville Pby. several yrs. ; S. S. Mis- 
sionary Ritge, Tenn., '82 — . 

MeCARTY, Sidney Louis, Williamsport, 
Tenn.— Born, Santa Fe, Mo., Jan., 1874; S. 
W. Pbn. U., Ph. B., '97; Div. Sch., S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., '97; Lie. Sept. 29, Ord. Dee. 
29, '97, Pbn. of Columbia; S. S. WiUiams- 
port, Cathey's Creek and Ebenezer, June, 
'97—. 

MeCARTY, William, O'Fallon, Mo.— 
Memb. Pby. of Eastern Tex. — . 

MeCLELLAND, Brainard T., Brown- 
wood, Tex. — Born, Mt. Jackson, Pa.; Ober. 
C, O., B. A., 1869, M. A., '72; S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn.; D. D., '97; Un. T. S., N. Y., '76; 
Lie. Aug. 18, '75, Ord. April 10, '76, Pby. of 
Austin; P. Pbn. Ch., Brownwood, Tex., 
'76-91; Pres. Daniel Baker College, Brown- 
wood, Tex., '91—. 

MeCLUER, Edwin B., Norjolk, Va.— 
Memb. Pby. of Norfolk; P. Park Ave. Ch., 
Norfolk, Va.— . 

MeCLUER, Uneas, Boonsborough, Ark. 
—Born, St. Charles, Mo., Mar. 13, 1843; H.- 
S. C, Va., B. A., '68; Un. T. S., Va., '71; 
Lie. April 16, '70, Pbv. of West Hanover; Ord. 
Oct. 7, '72, Pbv. of Abingdon; S. S. Rich 
Valley, '73-77; Ev. Potosi Pbv., Mo., '78-79; 
P. Greenwich Ch., Chesapeake Pby., '79-80; 
Tea. andS. S. Marion, Abingdon Pbv., '81-82; 
S. S. Bethel, '83; S. S. Mt. Bethel, Ark.—. 

MeCLUNG, John Louis, Cidpeper, Va. 
—Born, FrankUn, W. Va.; W. and L. U., Va., 
and Jns. H. U., Md., 1890-93; Stud. Un. T. 



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S., Va., 2 yrs.; Prin. T. S., '96; Lie. Apr. 11, 
•96, Ord. Sept. 2, '9(>, Pby. of Chesapeake; 
S. S. CulpeperaiKl Greenwich, Group of Chs. 
in Chesapeake Pby., May 21, '9H — . 

McCLURE, Alexander Doak, 320 Red 

Cross St., ll'ilniiui^toii, N. <!'.— Born, Lewis- 
burg, Tenn., July '9, isr)0; Prin. U., B. A., 
'74, M. A., '77; Prin. T. S., '79; Lie. May, 
'77, Pby. of Columbia; Ord. Apr., '78, Pby. 
of North Mississippi; P. Oxford, Miss., '77-80; 
P. Bardstown, Kv., '80-82; P. Highland, 
Louisville, Kv., '82-88; P. Marvland Ave. 
Ch., Baltimore, Md., '88-91; P. St. Andrew 
Ch., Wilmington, N. C, July 1, '91—; 
Author, Ed. writer for A^. C. Ppn., '92—; 
"Another Comforter," (Fleming H. Re, 
Co., N. Y., 50c.,) '97—. 

McCLURE, H. E., Selma, ^/a.— Born, 
Moreland, Ga.; Dav. C, N. C, 1884; Col. T. 
S., S. C, '90; Lie. Mav, Ord. Nov., '90, Pby. 
of Chieka.saw; S. S. Ripley, Miss., '90-91; S. 
S. New Hope, Tenn., '91-92; S. S. Alexander 
Citv, Ala., '95; S. S. Volley Creek, Ala., 
'92-95, and Jan., '9<5— 

McCLURE, James Wm.. Claussen, S. C. 
—Born, Prant Co., Ky., June 11, 1847; Dan. 
CI. and Mil. Aed., '7(5; Col. T. S., S. C, '80; 
Lie. April 3, '80, Pby. of Bethel; Ord. Jan. 7, 
'82, Pb}'. of Louisiana; S. S. Plaquemine, La., 
'80-82; S. S. Pilot Point, Tex., '82-87; with 
Denton, Tex., '82-84; Roanoke, Tex., '84-85, 
and Collinsville, Tex., '85-87; S. S. Beau- 
mont, Tex., '87-88; P. E. and P. Smyrna and 
Mt. Bethel, S. C, '88-93; P. E. and P. Ridge- 
way and Longtown, '93-9f5; P. •E. and P. 
Hopewell Ch.," Claussen, S. C, '96—. 

McCONNELL, Thomas Maxwell, Green- 
ville, S. C. — Born, Washington Co., Va.; 
KingC, Tenn., B. A. and M. A.; Pbn. C, 
S. C, D. D.; Un. T. S., Va., 1875; Stud. Col. 
T. S., S. C, 2 yrs; Lie April 21, '75, Pby. of 
Abingdon; Ord. June 29, '75, Pby. Nashville; 
P. McMinnville, Tenn., '75-79. and S. S. 
Decherd, Tenn., 1 yr.; P. Westminster Ch., 
Nashville, Tenn., '79-83; S. S. McMinnville, 
Tenn., '83-87, and P. Tullahoma, Tenn., '84- 
88; P. Wytheville, Va., '88-92; P. Greenville, 
S. C, '92-; Author, "A Week With Jesus," 
(Methodist Pub. H., Nashville, Tenn.,) '86; 
"Day Dawn of Christianitv," (Meth. Pub. 
H.,) '88; "Weekly Expo.sition of Sabbath 
School Lessons for Christian Observer,'''' 
nearly 7 yrs. 

McCORKLE, Emmett Wallace, Clifton 
Forge, l\i. — Born, Lexington, Va.; W. and 
L. U., Va., B. S., 1873, D.' D., '9(5; Un.T. S., 
Va., '78; Lie. April 1, '78, Pby. of Lexing- 
ton; Ord. May, '82, Pby. of Montgomery; P. 
Clifton Forge, Va., '82 — ; Author " Spirit of 
Progress; " Del. to the Pan Pbn. Council, 
London, '88. 

McCORKLE, Tazewell Maptin, 1311 
Madison St., Lvnchbun^, Fa. — Born, Lvnch- 
burg, Va.; vStud. W. C'., Va., and H.-S. C, 
Va., 3 yrs.; Un. T. S., Va., 18()3; Lie. and 
Ord. '65, Pbv. of Roanoke; S. S. Pearisburg, 
Va., '68—; P. 3d Pbn. Ch.. Lynchburg, Va., 
'90—; Lieut, and soldier in C. S. A., '61-65. 



McCORKLE, 'Wm. Parsons, Graham, 
N. r.— Born, Talladega, Ala.; W. and L. U., 
Va., 1876; N. C. Conference, '77; Lie. Oct., 
'76, Quarteriv Conf. Va.; Ord. ' 81, Bp. Pierce;! 
P. Chs. in N'. C. Conference, '81-84; P. Trin- 
ity Ch., Ivl Paso, Tex., '84-88; P. Lexington 
and High Point, Pby. of Mecklenburg, '89- 
91; P. Shelby, N. C, '91-94; P. Graham, N. 
C, '94 — ; Author, Contrbr. to North Caro- 
lina Presbyterian, Christian Obserz'er and 
Presbyterian Quarterly. 

M e G W N, James Harvey, Kerr's 
Creek, I'a. — Born, Rockbridge Co., Va., April 
7, 1862; W. and L. U., Va., B. A., '74; Un. 
T. S., Va., '77; Lie. May, '77, Pby. of Lex- 
ington; Ord. Sept., '77, Pby. of Greenbrier; 
P. Libertv, Huntersville and Baxter, W. Va., 
'77-82; il'l health, '82—; Teacher — . 

McCOY, Henpy P. R., Gmn Springs, Va. 
— Born, Fauquier Co., Va. ; V . of Va., B. A., 
1856; Un. T. S., '62; Lie. April, '62, Pby. of 
West Hanover; Ord. '66; Chapl. C. S. A., 
'62-65; P. Providence Ch., Louisa Co., Va., 
'66-81; P. Kirk o' the Cliff Ch., Louisa Co., 
'76, and P. Cartersville, Cumberland Co., 
'88—. 

McCUE, Frank L., Maiden, IV. Ka.— Born, 
Ft. Defiance, Va.; Un. T. S., Va., 1888; Lie. 
May 11, '88, Ord. Sept. 9, '88, Pby. of Lex- 
ington; P. Glenville, W. Va., and S. S. Burn- 
side, W. Va., '88-91; P. Bumside, W. Va., 
'91-94; P. Kanawha, Salines, W. Va., '94—; 
S. C. Kanawha Pby., '95 — ^ 

McCULLAGH, Joseph Hamilton, Hen- 
derson, Ky. — Born, Henderson, Ky.; Vand. 
U., Tenn.; Stud. Un. T. S., N. Y., 2 yrs.; 
Ord. April, 1880, Pby. of Padueah; P. Ridge- 
wood and Corydon, 4 yrs.; Supt. So. Dist. 
Am. S. S. Union 14 vrs. — ; Author " The 
Sunday School Man "of the South" (The 
Am. S. S.Union, 75c). 

McCULLOUGH, James, Fern Creek, Ky. 
—Stud. Ass. Theol. C, Belfast, Ireland; 
Menib. Pby. of Louisville — . 

McCULLOUGH, Wm. Happison, New 

Boston, Tex. — Born, San Marcos, Tex., June 
21, 1853; Austin C, Tex., '82; Col. T. S., S. 
C, '85; Lie. April 11, '84, Pbv. of Harmony; 
Ord. Oct. 14, 'S5, Pbv. of Paris; S. S. Clarks- 
ville, Detroit, Blossom, Paris Pbv., '88-90; S. 
S. Anson, Haskell, Dallas Pby., ''90-95; B. S. 
New Boston, Dekalb, Lacv, Paris Pby., Nov., 
'95—. 

McCURDY, A. H. P., Cuero, Tex.—^om, 
Lockhart, Tex.; Stud. H.-S. C, Va.; Stud. 
Theol. under Rev. J. H. Zivlev; Lie. Oct., 
1878, Pby. of Western Texas; Ord. April, '80, 
Pby. of Central Texas; P. Hutto and Round 
Rock, Tex., '80-82; P. Loekhart and Luling, 
Tex., '82-86; P. Cuero, Tex., '86—; Also S. 
S. Edna and Thomaston, Tex., for a time; 
Author, Ed. for Texas of The Trans-Miss. 
Pbn. 

McCUTCHAN, Frank, Rogersville, Tenn. 
—Born, Augusta, Va.; W. and L. U., Va., B. 
A., 1870; Un. T. S., Va., '73; Lie. Aug. 2, '73, 
Ord. May 24, '97, Pby. of Lexington; P. 
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and Rock Spring, Va., '86-91; P. Rogersville, 
Tenn., '91—. 

MaeDAVIS, E., Marshall, N. C— Ord. 
Dec. 26, 1897, Pby. of Asheville — . 

McDonald, Angus, 123 N. Belmont St., 
Nashville, Tenn. — Bom, Pleasant Hill, N. 
C; Bingham Sch., Dav. C, N. C; S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., D. D., 1892; Un. T. S., Va., 
'76; Lie. '76, Pby. of Fayetteville; Ord. '77, 
Pby. of Louisville; S. S. Mission Chap., '76- 
77; P. 1st Ch., Elizabethtown, Ky., '77-84; 
P. 2d Ch., Henderson, Ky., '84^91; P. Mem. 
Ch., Nashville, Tenn., '91—; Author "Old 
Paths" (U. Press, Washington, Tenn., 60c). 

McDonald, Kenneth, Ivanhoe, N. C. 
—Born, Rockfish, N. C; Bingham Sch.; Dav. 
C, N. C; Un. T. S., Va., 1876; Lie. '74, Pby. 
of Fayetteville; Ord. '76, Pby. of Wilming- 
ton; Ev. 5 yrs. ; P. Black River and Caswell, 
N. C. — . 

McDonald, Wm. G., Richmond, Ark. 
—Born, Cumberland Co., N. C, Nov. 22, 
1855; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '82-83; S. S. 
Richmond and Villa Ridge, Ark. — . 

McDOUGALL, Eli Daniel, Thomasville, 
G"a.— Born, Dundee, Wis.; S. W. Pbn. U., 

B. A.; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 1893; 
Ord. Sept., '93, Pby. of Cherokee; P. Car- 
tersville, Ga., '93-96; P. Thomasville, Ga., 
Nov., '96—. 

McDowell, James, Manning, s. c. 

—Born, Pee Dee, S. C; Col. C. S. C, B. A., 
1852; Col. T. S., S. C, '56; Lie. April, '56, 
Ord. '57, Pby. of Harmony; P. Concord, S. 

C, 3 yrs.; P. Brewington, S. C, 20 yrs.; P. 
Manning, S. C, most of ministerial life — ; 
Ev. several yrs. 

Mcduffie, D., Florence, S. C— Memb. 
Pby. of Pee Dee — . 

McELROY, Isaac Stewart, 230 East 

Maxwell St., Lexington, Ky. — Bom, Leb- 
anon, Ky.; Dan. CI. C. and Mil. Inst., B. A., 
1875; Central U., Ky., D. D., '94; Un. T. S., 
Va., '78; Lie. April, '76, Pby. of Transylva- 
nia; Ord. Sept., '78, Pby. of Missouri; P. 
Keytesville and Brunswick, Mo., '78-80; P. 
Standford and Perr>'ville, Ky., '80-84; P. Mt. 
Sterling, Ky., '84-90; Agt. of Syn. of Ky. for 
Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., '90-93; P. E. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Tampa, Fla., '93-94; P. Maxwell St. 
Pbn. Ch., Lexington, Ky., '94—; Chm. Com. 
H. M. of W. Lexington Pby.; Memb. Ex. 
Com. Ev. work of Syn.; Trustee Lv, Pbn. 
T. S.; Author " Infant Baptism " (Pbn. Com. 
Pub., Richmond, Va.); Synl. Ev. Ky. and 
Supt. of Ev. work of Syn.; Delegate to Pan 
Pbn. Council, Glasgow, Scotland, '96. 

McELROY, Samuel Addison, Cape Gi- 
rardeau, Mo. — Born, Louisville, Ky., Nov. 
30, 1860; Centre C, Ky., B. A.; Stud. Prin. 
U.; Prin. T. S., '88; Lie. Sept. 2, '97, Pby. of 
Louisville; Ord. Nov. 4, 88, Pby. of South 
Alabama; S. S. Eufaula, Ala., '88-91; P. 
Cape Girardeau, Mo., Sept., '91 — . 

McELROY, Wm. Thomas, Lexington, 
i^.— Bora, Marion Co., Ky., Dec. 26, 1829; 
Centre C, Ky., B. A., '50, M. A., Un. T. S., 



N. Y., '64; Lie. April 4, '64, 3d Pby of New 
York; Ord. Sept. 30, '54, Pby. of Providence; 
S. S. New Providence and Salvisa, Ky., '64- 
67; S. S. Paris, Ky., '57-69; P. Maysville, Ky., 
'60-62; P. Walnut St., Louisville, Ky., '62- 
68; P.Westminster Ch., Louisville, Ky., '68- 
70; P. Perryville, '73-81; Ev., '81-96; P. 
Woodlawn, Ala., '96-97. 

McELWEE, W. M., Rockbridge Baths, 
Fa.— Born, York Co., S. C; Ersk. C, S. C, 
B. A., 1845; King C, Tenn., D. D., '95; Ersk. 
T. S., S. C, '48; Lie. '48, Ord. July, '50, 1st 
Pby. of A. R. P.; P. Ebenezer and Broad 
Creek, and Bethel A. R. Chs., Va., 17 yrs.; 
P. Shiloh and Anchorage, Louisville Pby., 
'70-76; P. Palestine, Tex.; S. S. Canal St. 
Pbn. Ch., New Orleans, La.; P. Bethesda, 
Rockbridge Baths, Va., June, '80 — . 

NcFADDEN, Fpank Talbot, 1500 Main 
St., Lynchburg, Va. — Born, Saulsbury, Md.; 
H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1886, and B. L., Un. T. 
S., Va., '89; Lie. June, '89, Pby of Winches- 
ter; Ord. Oct., '89, Pby. of Abingdon; P. 
Marion, Ky., '89-96; P. Rural Retreat, Va., 
'92-96; P. Seven Mile Ford, Va., '91-96; P. 
1st Pbn. Ch., Lynchburg, Va., Feb. 1, '96—; 
Corns, to Gen. Ass., Nashville, Tenn., '94; 
Grand Chapl. G. C. R. A., State of Va., 
'94—; Grand Prelate of G. C. of K. T., State 
of Va., '96—. 

McFADYEN, Apchibale, Clarkton,S. C. 
—Born, Cumberland Co., N. C, April 6, 1836; 
U. of N. C, B. A., '62; Un. T. S., Va., '68; 
Lie. April 11, '68, Pby. of Fayetteville; Ord. 
April 16, '70, Pby. of Wilmington; P. Beth 
Car, Clarkton, Mt. Horeb, Lumberton, South 
River, Elizabethtown, Bladenboro and Coon- 
ly, N. C; P. Monroeville and Scotland, Ala.; 
P. Beth Car (29 yrs.), Clarkton (20 yrs.) and 
Bladenboro, N. C. — ; Lieut. C. S. A. ; cap- 
tured on the retreat from Gettysburg, Pa. 

McFARLANE, J. N., Hillsboro, Texas. 
—Memb. Pby. of Fort Worth; P. Hillsboro, 
Tex. — . 

McFERRIN, Joseph G., Bristol, Tenn. 
— Born, Rogersville Junction, Tenn. ; Greenv. 
and Tus. C, B. A., 1872, M. A., '76, D. D., 
'97; Stud. Prin. T. S. and under private 
teachers; Lie. Sept. 22, '77, Ord. April 3, '79, 
Pby. of Holston; Prof. Latin Greenville and 
Tusculum College 6 yrs. and S. S. Mt. Zion 
and Timber Ridge; Prin. Morristown Female 
High Sch. 5 yrs. and S. S. Newport and 
Mossy Creek; P. Morristown, 4 yrs.; Prof. 
Math. King College 3 yrs. and Ev. in Hol- 
ston Pby — . 

McGEACHY, Archibald Alexander, 
Fulton, il/o.— Bom, Robeson Co., N. C; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1891; Un. T. S., Va., 
'94; Lie. April 21, '94, Pby. of Fayetteville; 
Ord. June, '94, Pby. of Lafayette; P. Pleas- 
ant Hill, Mo., '94-95; P. Fulton, Mo., Sept. 
12, '95—. 

McGILLIVRAY, Malcolm,7fcr^//W<f, Ga. 
— Born, Toronto, Canada; Bruce Model Sch., 
Ont.; Col. T. S., S. C, 1893; Lie. April 14, 
'93, Pby. of Charleston; Ord. Oct. 13, '93, 
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Stud. Dav. C, N. C, '95-9(5; S. S. Camilla, 
Ga., '9(5-97; S. S. Boston, Ga., June, '97 — ; also 
S. S. during vacations, Mt. Zion and Bethel, 
'90-91, and Chs. in City of Columbia, S. C, 
'92. 

MeGINNIS, J. Y., IVusih, C/nna.— Mem. 
Pby. of jNIemphis; My. to China, Feb. 18, 
1893—. 

MelLWAIN, Robert James, A't»^rs 
Afoiintaiu, jY. C. — Born, Union Co., N. C.; 
Un. T. S., Va., Special Course; Lie May, 
189i, Ord. Aug., '95, Pby. of INIecklenburg; 
P. Long Creek, Kings Mountain, Shiloh, and 
S. S. Hephzibah, N^ C, June, 9i— . 

MelLWAIN, Wm. Epskine, Pensacola, 
Fla.— Born, Union Co., N. C; Ersk. C, S. 
C, B. A., 1872; Col. T. S., S. C, '75; Lie 
May. '74, Ord. June, '75, Pbv. of Mecklen- 
burg; P. Hopewell, N. C, '75-82; Ev. Pby. 
of Mecklenburg, '82-85; P. Gastonia and New 
Hope,N. C, '85-91; Ev. Syn. of N. C, '91- 
92; Supt. Evl. work of the Syn. of Alabama, 
•92-95; P. 3d Pbn. Ch., Louisville, Ky., '95- 
9(5; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Pensacola, Fla., '96—; 
Author "Historical Sketch of the Pby. of 
Mecklenburg, S3-n. of N. C." 

MelLWANE, Richard, Hamdeii- Sid- 
ney Va. — Born, Petersburg, Va.; H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., 1853, M. A., '5(5; U. of Va., '53-55; 
Stewart C, Tenn., D. D., '73; Un. T. S., Va., 
'57; Stud. Free Ch. C, Edinburg, '57-58; 
Lie. April, '57, Ord. Dec, '58, Pby. of East 
Hanover; P. Amelia, Va., '58-61; P. Fann- 
ville, Va., '63-70; P. 1st Ch., Lynchburg, 
Va., '70-72; Sec. H. M., '82-83; Pres. Hamp- 
den-Sidney College, \'a.; 'S3 — ; Author Some 
Tracts; Lieut, and Chapl. 44th Va. Regt. C. 
S. A., '61-(52. 

MelLWAINE, Wm. Beauregard, Dry 

Creek, S. C. — Born, Cedar Creek, S. C; Dav. 
C, N. C, B. A., 1884, Prin. U., M, A., '88; 
Prin. T. S., '89; Lie Sept., '89, Ord. Oct., 
'89, Pby, of Bethel; My. to Kochi, Japan, 
'89-97; Home on Furlough, '97 — . 

MelNTYRE, Kenneth M., Carl, N. C. 
—Born, Buflfalo, N. C, 1836; Stud. Chapel 
Hill, N. C, U. of Va.; Un. T. S., Va., '(56; 
Lie. '63, Ord. April, '68, Pby. of Fayetteville; 
P. Jackson Springs, Pee Dee, Sharon and 
Macedonia, N. C. — . 

MelNTYRE, Peter, Faison, N. (f.- Born, 
Dalhousie, N. B., Canada; Lie. Mar., Ord. 
Oct., 1887; P. Grove, N. C, '«8-89; P. Wal- 
lace, N.-C, '89-92; S. S. Clinton, N. C, '97, 
and P., '98—; P. Mount Olive, N. C, '92—, 
and P. Faison, N. C, '87—. 

MelVER, Daniel Massillon, Bolivar, 
Tenn. — Born, Jonesvoro, N. C; Dav. C., N. 
C, B. A., 18S8; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 2yrs.; 
Lie. April 14, '92, Ord. Oct., '92, Pby. of 
Fayetteville; P. Group of Chs. Fayetteville 
Pby., St. Andrews, White Hill, Mt. Pisgah, 
N. C, '92-93; P. Lexington, N. C, '93-95; P. 
Bolivar, Tenn., '95 — ; Mod. Orange Pby. 
•96—. 

MelVER, Malcolm MeNair, Rocking- 
ham, N. C. — Born, ]Moore Co., N. C; Robe- 
son Inst., 1861; Stud. Theol. under Fayette- 



ville Pbv., '8S; Lie. and Ord., '89, Pby. of 
Fayetteville; P. Mark's Creek, '89-93; S. S. 
Ellerbe Springs, Mt. Carmel, Rockingham, 
Salem, Pittsboro, Haywood, N. C; Cy. My. 
Charlotte, N. C; S. S. Union and Culdee, N. 
C, 3 yrs.; S. S. Mark's Creek, N. C, 4yrs.— . 

McKay, Malcolm McNair, Fort Smith, 
■ Irk. — Born, Cumberland Co., N. C, April 
20, 1853; Stud. Dav. C, N. C; Stud. Un. T. 
S., Va. ; Lie. April, '76, Pby. of Macon; Ord. 
Nov. 4, '77, Pby. of East Alabama; P. and 
Teacher Greenville, '78; P. Griffin, Atlanta 
Pby., '79-84; P. Fort Smith, Ark.—. 

McKAY, William, Macon, Ca.— Born, 
England; Stud, privately; Lie. Oct., '(5H; Ord. 
May, '69, Pby. of Macon; S. S. Albany, Ga., 
Leesburg, Eastman, Macon, Fort Valley and 
others; Came from Eng. Independent Ch. at 
close of War. 

McKAY, Wilson James, Maysinlle, S. C. 
—Born, Belle Haven, N. C; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A., 1870; Col. T. S., S. C, '73; Lie. Sept. 
6, '72, Pbv. of Fayetteville; Ord. Nov. 8, '72, 
Pby. of Harmony; P. E. and P. Salem, S. C, 
Nov. 8, '73—, and S. S. Concord, S. C, '91—; 
Trustee Col. T. S., 20 yrs.; Pres. Bd. of Trus- 
tees, Dav. C, N. C, '93—; Degree of D. D. . 

McKEE, J. A., Thomasville, Ca.— Re- 
ceived degree of D. D. ; Memb. Pby. of Sa- 
vannah — . 

McKELWAY, Alexander Jeffrey, r//ar- 

lotie, N. C— Born, Pa.; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 
1886; Un. T. S. Va., '91; Lie. .April, '90, Pby. 
of Roanoke; Ord. June, 91, Pby. of Albe- 
marle; S. S. Buffalo, Pamplin, Walker's and 
Briery; H. M. Johnston Co., June, '91; P. 
Fayetteville, N. C, '92—; Supt. Syn. My., 
'97 — , and Ed. North Carolina Presbyterian, 
'98—. 

Mckenzie, James Franklin, Lott, Tex. 
— Born, Centreville, Ark.; Ark. C; Stud. 
Austin T. S., Tex., 1 yr.; Lie Oct. 6, 1895, 
Ord. July 5, '9(5, Pby. of Central Tex.; My. 
WashbournePby., Cameron, I. T.; Prin. Sch., 
Cameron, I. T., '94; P. Lott and Carolina, 
Tex., Oct. 6, '95—; Left Theol. Sem. to con- 
tinue My. work in Washbourne Pby. 

McKINNON, L., Clinton, N. (f.— Born, 
Richmond Co., N. C, 1840; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A., '61; U. of N. C, D. D., '8(i, and S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., D. D.; Col. T. S.,S. C, '(>4; 
Lie, '64, Ord., '66, Pby. of Fayetteville; 
Prin. Floral College, '65-66; P. Goldsboro, 
N. C, '6(5-71; P. Pbn. Ch., Concord, N. C, 
'71-83; P. l.st Pbn. Ch., Columbia, S. C, '.S3- 
85; Pres. Dav. C, N. C, '85-88; Invalid 
since '88. 

McKINNON, John F., Abbeville, S. C. 
—Born, Jefferson Co., Fla.; Dav. C, N. C, j 
B. A., 1880; Lie, '94, Pbv. of Enoree; Ord. j 
Dee, '96, Pby. of South Carolina; Prin. ' 
Laurinburg Female Seminar^-, N. C!., and 
Pres. Pbn. Female Seminary, Green%-ille, S. 
C; S. S. 2d Pbn. Ch., Augusta, Ga.; P. Upper 
Long Cane and Little Mountain Chs., S. C. 
Pby.—. 

McLAIN, James N., Yorkville, S. C— 
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1872; Ersk. T. S., S. C, '75; Lie Sept. 7, '75, 
]st Pby. of A. R. P., Syn. of the So., Meck- 
lenburg Co., N. C; P. Kings Mountain and 
Bethel, N. C, '77-83; United with the Sn. 
Pbn. Ch., '83; S. S. Union, N. C, '83-89; P. 
Allison Creek and Beth Shiloh, S. C, '89—. 

Mclaughlin, Archie, Mt. cuead, n. 

(T.— Born, Antioch, N. C; Stud. Dav. C, N. 
C, 1890-93; Un. T. S., Va., '96; Lie May 26, 
'96, Ord. Oct. 16, '96, Pby. of Fayetteville; 
S. S. Pee Dee Group, Pee Dee, Sharon, Wade- 
ville, Ellerbe Springs and Mount Cannel, N. 
C, '96; P. Pee Dee and Ellerbe Springs, Nov. 
'96—. 

Mclaughlin, Dugaid Neiii, Chester, 

S. C— Born, Cumberland Co., N. C; Dav. C, 
N. C, B. A., 1888; Un. T. S., Va., '91; Ord. 
'91, Pby. of Fayetteville; S. S. Buffalo, Jones- 
boro, Pocket and Salem, N. C, '91-92; P. 
Purity, Bethel Pby., S. C, '92—. 

Mclaughlin, D. B., Florence, s. c. 

McLaughlin, Henry Woods, Hamp- 
ton, Va. — Born, Marlinton, W, Va., June 13, 
1869; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., '93; Stud. Un. T. S., 
Va., 2yrs.; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., '96; Lie. May, 
'95, Ord. Mav, '96, Pby. of Greenbrier; Ev. 
Fayette Co., W. Va., '96-97; P. Hampton, 
Va'., Jan. 6, '98—. 

McLAURIN, Laughlin Alexander, 

Spruce Pine, N. C— Born, McColl, S. C; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1892; Col. T. S., S. C, 
'95; Lie. April, '95, Pby. of Pee Dee; Ord. 
Sept., '95, Pby. of Albemarle; S. S.Wilson, 
N. C, '95- Ev. Mitchell Co., N. C, Jan. '96—. 

McLEAN, James Dunning, Livingston, 
Ala. — Born, Mobile, Ala.; Oxford C, Ala.; 
Un. T. S., Va., 1881; Lie April, '80, Pby. of 
South Alabama; Ord. March 1, '81, Pby. of 
Tuscaloosa; S. S. Gadsden, Ala., '80, and P. 
of same, '81-84; S. S. Moss Point, Miss., '85; 
S. S. Anniston, '85-87; Ev. Tuscaloosa Pby., 
'88-89; P. Gainesville, Ebenezer and Bethel, 
Ala., '89-91; Ev. Dallas Pby., '91-93; P. E. 
Westminster Ch., Dallas, Tex., '93-95; P. 
Livingston, Ebenezer and Bethsalem, Ala., 
'95 — ; Author, " Bible Studies on Baptism," 
'86; "Bible Studies on Education," '90; 
"Bible Studies on Woman's Position and 
Work in the Church," '92; " Bible Catechism 
for Children," (Pbn. Com. of Pub., Rich- 
mond, Va., tract form.) 

McLEAN, John E., 201 Fulton St., Mar- 
shall, Tex. — Born, Fayette\nlle, Ala. ; Oxford 
C, Ala., B. A., 1885; Un. T. S., Va.; Lie. 
April 18, '87, Pby. of Alabama; Ord. April 18, 
'88, Pby. of Tuscaloosa; P. Fairview and 
Friendship, Ala., '88-90; Ev. N. Ala. Pby., 
3d Ch., Anniston and Piedmont group, '90-91; 
P. Bainbridge, Ga., '91-92; P. Gainesville, 
Tex., '92-93; S. S. City Park Ch., Dallas, 
Tex., and Waxahachie, Tex., '93—; P. 1st 
Pbn. Ch., Marshall, Tex., '93—. 

McLEAN, Lauehlin Archibald, Rich- 
mond, Va. — Born, Cumberland Co., N. C; 
Stud. H.-S. C, Va., 1875-77; Un. T. S., Va., 
'80; Lie. April, '80, Pby. of Fayetteville; Ord. 
Nov., '81, Pby. of Greenbrier; Ev. Green- 
brier Pby., '81-84; P. Chatham, Va., '84-90; 



P. Ronceverte, W. Va., '90-92; Ev. Syn. of 
Va., '92—. 

McLEAN, Milton James, Louisville, 
Miss. — Born, Lime Stone Co., Ala.; Ma. C, 
O., B. A., 1852; Lane T. S., O., '55; Lie '54, 
Pby. of Clinton; Ord. '55, Syn. of Missis- 
sippi; H. M. Old Salem, Shongalo, Green- 
wood, Carrollton and Middleton, Miss., '55- 
57; S. S. Hopewell, Memphis, Hebron, Eben- 
ezer, Mt. Olivet and Sardis, Ala., '57-72; S. 
S. Louisville, Bethsalem, Perkinsville, Mt. 
Sion, Carolina, Pleasant Springs, Bloomfield 
and Vernon, Miss., '72-96; Retired — . 

McLEES, Hugh, Links, S. C— Bom, 
Saddler's Creek, S. C; Greenwood High 
Sch., 1855; Stud. Dav. C, N. C, '59; Col. T. 
S., S. C, '62; Lie, '62, Ord., '63, Pby. of 
South Carolina; P. Pendleton, S. C, '66-71; 
P. Waxhaw, '72; Prin. Woodhouse Classical 
and Mathematical Sch., '73-74; P. Car- 
mel, '75-82; Agt. Am. Bible Soe, '83-84; S. 
S. Willington and Bethia, '92-93; P. Willing- 
ton, S. C, '93—. 

McLEES, James Andrew, Ruston, La. 
—Born, Anderson Co., S. C; Dav. C, N. C, 

B. A., 1876; Col. T. S., S. C, '80; Lie, 79, 
Pby. of South Carolina; Ord. Oct., '80, Pby. 
of Red River; P. Vienna and Alabama, La., 
'80-86; S. S. Valley Creek and Mt. Pleasant, 
Tuscaloosa Pby., '86-88; S. S. Ruston, Ala- 
bama and Vernon, La., '88 — . 

McLEES, John Logan, Orangeburg, S. 
(T.— Born, Greenwood, S. C; Adger C, B. A., 
1880; Col. T. S., S. C, '85; Lie April 15, '85. 
Pby. of South Carolina; Ord. Friday before 
Nov. 1, '85; P. Providence, N. C, '85-87; P. 
Graham St., Charlotte, N. C, '87-89; P. 
Orangeburg, S. C, March 10, '89—. 

McLELLAND, Wm. Rankin, Statesville, 
N. C— Born, Iredell Co., N. C; Dav. C, N. 

C, B. A., 1873; Un. T. S., Va., '77; Lie 
April 25, '76, Pby. of Concord; Ord. Nov. 6, 
'78, Pby. of Eastern Texas; S. S. Concord and 
Shiloh, Concord Pby., to '78; S. S. Tyler, 
Tex., '78-85; Ev. in Orange Pby., Wilson, 
Nahalah and Warrenton, N. C, '86; S. S. 
Bethany, Bethesda, Tabor and Troutman, N. 
C, May, '86—; S. C. Concord Pby., '92—. 

McLEOD, G. D., Summerville, S. C. — 
Col. T. S., S. C; S. S. Alexander City, Ala- 
bama Pby.; S. S. Faunsdale and Demopolis, 
Tuscaloosa Pby.; Memb. Pby. of Tusca- 
loosa — . 

McLEOD, K. k.,Jonesboro, N. C— Bom, 
Richmond Co., N. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 
1886; Un. T. S., Va., '89; Lie June, '89, Ord. 
Aug., '89, Pby. of Fayetteville; P. Pee Dee 
and Sharon, June, '89 to May, '94; P. Jones- 
boro, Mt. Pisgah, St. Andrews and Salem, N. 
C, May, '94 — ; S. S. at different times Nor-, 
wood, Wadesville, Mt. Carmel, Ellerbe 
Springs, Union and Cameron, N. C; Mod. 
Pby. 

McLEOD, J. W., New Birmingham, Tex. 
—Memb. Pby. of Eastern Texas; S. S. Group 
of Chs., San Augustine, McRae, Ellensville, 
Macune, Antioch and Teneha, Tex., '97 — . 



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McLIN, James Lindsay, Anderson, S. C. 
—Born, Moffattsville, S. C; Ersk. C, S. C, 

B. A., 1S7S; In. T. S., Va., 'HI; Lie. April, 
'80, Pby. of South Carolina; Orel. May, '82, 
Pby. of Harmony; S. S. Robert.s, '80; S. S. 
and P. Centre Point and Turkey Creek, '81-86; 
P. Catholic and Pleasant Grove. '80-96; P. 
Willington, '9(5-97; S. S. Rocky River, S. C, 
'96—; Also S. S. Midwav. Mt. Carniel, New 
Willington and Mt. Zion^ S. C— . 

McMillan, George Witfleld, Burgaw, 
N. C— Born, Wilmington, N. C; Dav. C, 
N. C, B. A., 1871; Col. T. S., S. C, '74; Lie. 
March 21, '73, Ord. April 18, '75, Pby. of 
Wilmington; P. Whiteville, Mt. Horeb and 
Whiteplains, '74-76; P. Mt. Williams, Topsail 
and Richlands, '78-84; P. Burgaw, N. C, '78- 
79; P. Jacksonville, '79-86; P. Kennansville 
and Richlands, '85-87; P. Faisons, '85-86; 
Seminar)% '86-87; P. Whiteville, Chadbourn, 
N. C. and Conway, S. C, '87-92; P. Burgaw, 
Mt. William, Hopewell, Pike and Keith, N. 

C, '93-96, 

McMillan, Newton W., Gano, Tex. 
— Born, Boon Co., Ark.; Stud, under Rev. 
John McMillan; Austin T. S., Tex., 1889; Lie. 
and Ord., '90, Pbv. of Central Texas; Ev. in 
Tex., '90; S. S. Bethel, Hutto, Rice's Cross- 
ing and Yellow Prairie, Tex., '90 — . 

McMillan, Wm. Joseph, McKinuey, 
7>-i'.— Born, Acworth, Ga.. April 11, 1870; 
S. W. Pbn. U., B. A., '93; Div. Sch., S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., '95; Lie. April 17, Pby. of 
Kingston; Ord. July 2(i, '96, Pby. of New Or- 
leans; Ev. of New Orleans Pby., '96-97; P. 
1st Pbn. Ch., McKinney, Tex., Oct. 1, '97—. 

Mcmullen, John Calvin, Midivay, Ky. 
—Born, Alabama; Dav. C, N. C, Col. T. S., 
S. C; Lie. Pbv. of Tuskaloosa; Ev. Pby. of 
Bethel; P. Goldsboro. S. C, '84-89; Agt. and 
H. M. Bethel Pbv., '90-93; P. Midway, Ky., 
'94—. 

McMURRAY, Francis, Lynchburg, Va. 
— Born, Greene Co., Ga.; Stud. Theol. under 
Rev. Thomas Golding; Lie. April, 1847, Ord. 
April, '48, Pby. of Flint River; P. Greenville, 
Ga., '47-57; P. Union Spring and Bethel, 
Ala., '57-71; P. LaGrange, Ga., '71-83; P. 
Gadsden, Ala., '84-90; P. Oak Grove, Pleas- 
ant Ridge and Carrollton, Ala., '90-93. 

McMURRAY, John A., Smithfield, N. C. 
—Born, Alamance Co., N. C; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A., 1871; Un. T. S., Va., '77; Lie. April, 
'77, Ord. Oct., '77, Pby. of Central Texas; P. 
Corsicana, Tex., '77-80; Ev. Central Tex. 
Pby., '80-85; Ev. Roanoke Pby., '86-86; P. 
Roanoke, Va., '86-92; Ev. of Fayetteville 
Pby., N. C, '92—. 

McMURRAY, Joseph Alexander, 

Lyyichburg, Fa.- Born, Union Spring, Ala.; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1886; Un. T. S., Va., 
'91; Lie. April, '89, Ord. Oct. 5, '89, Pby. 
of North Alabama; S. S. Betsemer and Ca- 
lera, Ala., '88; S. S. Fort Payne Group of 
Chs., Ala., '89; Ev. North Ala. Pby., '89-90; 
P. West End Ch., Lynchburg, Va., '91—. 

McMURRY, Stonewall Jackson, La- 
redo, Texas.— V>or\\, Valley Mills, Tex.; U. 



of Texas, 1887; Austin T. S., Tex., '87; Lie. 
Oct. '86, Ord. July, '87, Pbv. of Central Te.K- 
as; S. S. Burnet, Tex., '86-87; P. of .same 87- 
89; P. Lockhart, Tex., '89-92; P. Robinson, 
Tex., '92-93; P. Laredo, Tex., '93—. 

McNAIR, Robert Lee, Rockville, Md. 
—Born, Gaston, N. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 
1892, M. A., '93; Un. T. S. Va., '96; Lie. June 
23, '96, Ord. 10, '96, Pby. of Maryland; S. S. 
Bethel and Ramah two summers and H. M. 
field in Mitchell and Watauga Cos., N. C, 
two summers; S. S. and P. E. Rockville, 
Md., 96; P. Rockville, Md., andS. S. Novd's, 
Md., '96—; Mod. Md. Pby., '97. 

McNAULL, A. M., Havier, S. C— Memb. 
Pby. of Pee Dee.; S. S. Little Pee Dee and 
Latta, S. C. and P. Kentyra, S. C— . 

McNEILL, M. D., Sati/otd, N. C— Memb. 
Pbv. of Fayetteville; P. Group of Chs., San- 
ford, Buffalo, Pocket and White Hill, N. C, 
and S. S. Cameron, N. C— . 

McNEILLY, James H., Benton and Rid- 
ley Ave., Nashville, Tenn. — Born, Dickson 
C, Tenn.; Jack C, Tenn., M. A.; Ark. C, D. 
D., '80; Dan. T. S., Ky.. '61; Lie. April '60, 
Pby. of Nashnlle; Ord. Feb., '66, Pby. of 
Western District; P. Trenton and S. S. 
Humbolt and Providence, Tenn., '66-67; P. 
Woodland St. Ch., Nashville, Tenn., '68-77; 
P. Houston, Tex., '77-79; P. Moore INIem. Ch., 
Nashville, Tenn., '80-90; P. Glen Leven Ch., 
Nashville, Tenn., '91—; Chapl. 49th Tenn. 
Inf., '62-65. 

McPHEETERS, Wm. Mapcellus, Colum- 
bia, S. C. — Born St. Louis, Mo.; W. and L. 
U., Va.,B. A., 1874, D.D., '89;Un.T. S., Va.; 
Lie. May 10, '78, Ord. Oct. 28, '79, Pby. of 
Montgomerv; P. Roekv INIount, Va., '79-85; 
P. Royal Oak Ch., Marion, Va., '86-88; Prof. 
Biblical Lit. and Exegesis, Columbia T. S., 
Va., '88-93; Prof. Old Testament Lit. and Ex- 
egesis in same, '93 — . 

McQUEEN, Donald, Anniston, Ala. 
—Born, Sumter, S. C; Dav. C, N. C; Col. 
T. S., S. C; Lie. Pby. of Harmony and Ord. 
Pby. of Augusta; P. Milledgeville, Ga., 12 
yrs.; P. Anniston, Ala., 1892—. 

McRAE, D. A., San Augustine, Texas. 
— Memb. Pby. of Eastern Texas; S. S. Group 
of Chs., New Birmingham, Alto, Harmony, 
Rusk, Cedar Point, Hickory Creek, Coltharp 
and Augusta, Texas—. 



NAFF, Isaac N., Dublin, Ta.- Born, 
FrankHnCo.,Va.; Prince Edward C. H.; 
Un. T.S., Va., 1849; Lie Sept., '49, 
Pby. of Hanover; Ord. July, '61, Pby. of 
New River; H. My. Tazewell Co., Va., '60- 
51; P. Draper's Vallev, Va., '58-74; P. New 
DubUn, '59-(54; P. Bell Spring, '65-80: P. 
Dublin. '74-95; S. C. of Abingdon Pby. many 
yrs.; 80 yrs. of age. 

NALL, James Hoge, 1715 Canal St., New 
Orleans, La. — Born, Marion, Ala.; Og. U., 
Ga., B. A., 1858, and M. A.; Emorv C, Ga., 
D. D., '78; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, 2 yrs; Lie. 



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May, '62, Pby. of South Alabama; Ord. 
April, '63, Pby. of East Alabama; P. Tus- 
kege, Ala., '63-68; P. E. Americus, Ga., '68- 
69; P. Columbus, Ga., '69-79; P. Prytania 
St., New Orleans, La., '79-84; P. Jefferson, 
Tenu., '84^91; Ev. Syn. of Miss., '91-93; P. 
Canal St., New Orleans, La. .'93 — ; Asso. 
Ed. 5. IV. Presbyterian, '93—; Sec. Com. 
H. M. Pby. of New Orleans — . 

NALL, Robert H., Greenwaod, S. C. 
—Born, Ala.; Og. U., Ga., B. A., 1861; Aus- 
tin C, Tex., D. D., '87; Un. T. S., Va., '68; 
Lie. June 10, '68, Ord. Oct. 16, '69, Pby. of 
East Alabama; S. S. La Place, Tuskegee and 
Greenville, Ala., '68-69; P. Tuskegee, Ala., 
'69-71; S. S. Griffin, Ga., '71-77; P. Green- 
ville, S. C, '78-86; P. Fort Worth, Tex., 
'Se-DS; Supt. H. M. and Ev. Dallas Pby., 
Tex., '93-96; P. New Orleans, La., '95-96; P. 
Greenwood, S. C, '96—. 

NAYLOR, James F., Norwood, La. 
— Born, Mississippi; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
B. A., 1893; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U.,Tenn., 
'95; Lie. Nov., '95, Ord. May, '96, Pby. of 
Louisiana; P. Comite, La., and Unity, Miss., 
and S. S. Bethany, Miss., '96—. 

NEEL, Samuel Monroe, 2928 Harrison 
St., Kansas City, Mo. — Born, Macon, Tenn.; 
LaGrange Syn. C, Tenn.; Centre C, Ky., 
D. D., 1888; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, 2 yrs., 
and Free C, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1 yr. ; Lie 
Oct., '71, Pby. of Memphis; Ord. '72, Pby. 
of Chickasaw; P. Oxford, Miss., '72-76; P. 
Shelby ville. Ky., '75-88; P. Central Pbn. 
Ch., Kansas City, Mo., '88—. 

NEEL, Wm. Hanna, J075. Rankin St., 
Natchez, Miss. — Born, Mecklenburg Co., 
N. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1878; Central 
U., Ky., D. D., '95; Col. T. S., S. C, '85; 
Lie. April, '85, Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ord. 
Nov., 85, Pby. of West Hanover; P. Farm 
ville, Va., '86-88; P. Madison Ave. Ch., 
Covington, Ky., '88-95; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Natchez, Miss., '95— 

NEVILLE, Wm. Gordon, Yorkville, S. C. 
—Born, Oconee Co., S. C; Adger C, S. C, 

B. A., 1878; Stud. Newberry C, S. C, 3 yrs. ; 
Prin. T. S., '81; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, 2 
yrs.; Lie April 9, '80, Ord. April 7, '82, Pby. 
of South Carolina; P. Ninety-Six and Cokes- 
bury, S. C, '81-86; P. Concord, S. C, '86-90; 
P. Frankfort, Ky., '90-93; P. 1st Ch., York- 
ville, S. C, '93—; Memb. Bd. of Trustees of 
Dav. C, N. C, and Memb. Bd. of Directors 
Col. T. S., S. C; Chm. Com. on Syn. Ev., 
S. C. 

NEWELL, Samuel Washington, New- 
ell, N. C— Born, Rocky River, N. C, Aug. 
26, 1845; U. of Miss., B. A., '74; Col. T. S., 
S. C, '77; Lie. June 22, '77, Pby. of Chicka- 
saw; Ord. Nov. 3, '77, Pby. of Cherokee; P. 
Euharlee, '77-83; P. Denmark, Tenn., '83-91; 
P. Newell and Amity, N. C, '91—; Soldier 

C. S. A., '63-66. 

NEWKIRK, Timothy Haywood, Mar- 
ion, S. C— Born, New Hanover Co., (now 
Pender Co.) N. C; Stud. Dav. C, N. C, 3 
yrs.; Un. T. S., Va., 1891; Lie. '92, Ord. '93, 



Pby. of Wilmington; Ev. Whiteville and 
White Plains, '91—96; EHzabethtown, '91-92; 
Mt. Horeb, '96-97; South River Ch. and 
Harmony, '97; S. S. Marion and Dumbarton, 
S. C, '97—; Coms. Gen. Ass., '97. 

NEWMAN, Charles Sidney, Canton, 
Miss.— Born, Knoxville, Tenn.; King C, 
Tenn., B. A., 1895; Un. T. S., Va., '88; Lie 
May 7, '87, Pby. of Holston; Ord. Sept. 28, 
'88, Pby. of Lafayette; P. Blackburn, Mo.; 
P. Canton, Miss., '92—. 

NEWMAN, Henry Harrison, Mikes- 
ville, Fla. — Born, Mt. Horeb, Tenn.; Stud. 
King C, Tenn., 2 yrs.; Col. T. S., S. C, 1885; 
Lie. Sept., '85, Pby. of Columbia; Ord. Nov,, 
'86, Pby. of Savannah; S. S. Quitman and 
Valdosta, Ga., '85-87; P. Mikesvillle and S. 
S. New Hope, Fla., Jan., '88—. 

NEWTON, Alexander, Moscos, Miss. 
—Born, Summit, Miss., Dec. 4, 1859; Yale 

C, B. A., '84; Un. T. S., N. Y., '87; Lie. 
May, '88, Pby. of New York; Ord. Sept., '88, 
Pby. of Mississippi; S. S. Rodney and Bethel, 
Miss., '88-92; F. My. Zion, Williamsburg, 
Sharon and Monticello, Miss., May, '92 — ; 
Mgr. The Union Gospel and Tract Mission, 
Moscos, Miss. — . 

NEWTON, Henry, Athens, G"a.— Bom, 
Athens, Ga.; Franklin C, B. A.; Col. T. S., 
S. C; Lie. 1845, Ord. '47, Pby. of Hopewell; 
S. S. New Hope, Danielsville, Hebron, New 
Lebanon, Thyatira, Gainesville, Woodstock, 
Union Point, South Liberty, Penfield, Miz- 
pah and Bogart, Ga. — . 

NEWTON, James Knox Polk, Mays- 
field, 7>.r.— Born, St. Clair Co., Ala.; U. of 
Miss., B. A., 1871; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, 1 
yr., '71-72, and then under Rev. F. Patton, 

D. D.; Lie. April, '73, Ord. Oct., '73, Pby. of 
Chickasaw; P. Providence, '73-79, and S. S. 
'79-86; S. S. Unity, '73-86; S. S. Tupulo, 
'84-86; S. S. Baldwyn, '84-86; S. S. Cam- 
eron, Tex., '86-87; S. S. Maysfield, Tex., 
'86—. 

NEWTON, Oscar, Moscos, Miss.— Born, 
Madison Co., Miss., Nov. 9, 1830; Miss. C, 
B. A., '49; Un. T. S., N. Y., '52; Lie. April, 
'52, 3d Pby. of New York; Ord. Pby. of Mis- 
sissippi; P. Moscos, Miss. — . 

NICKELL, George Wm., Gap Mills, W. 
Va.—Born, Monroe Co., W. Va.; H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., 1890; Un. T. S., Va.; Lie '92, 
Ord. '93, Pby. of Greenbrier; P. Cannel and 
Hillsdale, W. Va., '93—. 

NISBETT, Wm. Alonzo, Savannah, Ga. 
—Born, Newton Co., Ga.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
B. A., 1888; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
'88; Lie June, '88, Ord. Oct., '88, Pby. of 
Atlanta; P. Group of Chs., Carroliton, Villa 
Ried and Tallapoosa, Ga. , 4 yrs. ; P. Cedar- 
town, Ga., 2 yrs.; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Savannah, 
Ga.— ; Trustee Dav. C, N. C; Now Chm. 
Com. of Col. Ev. work, Syn. of Ga.; Memb. 
H. M. work, Pby. of Savannah. — . 

NORRIS, Joseph Ingles, Newport, Ark. 
—Born, Edina, Mo.; Ark. C, B. A., 1891; 
Stud. Col. T. S., S. C, 2 yrs.; Lie April, 
'94, Ord. Oct., '94, Pby. of Arkansas; P, 



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Central Ch., Little Rock, Ark., '94-97; P. 
Newport, Ark., Jan., '97—; S. C. Pby. of 
Arkansas — . 

NOURSE, W. L., Hopkinsville, Ky. 
— Degree of D. D.; Meinb. Pby. of Muhlen- 
burg; P. 9th St. Pbn. Ch., Hopkinsville, 
Ky.-. 



OBERSCHMIDT, Charles, Brookhaven, 
iMiss. — Born, Brookhaven, Miss.; S. 
W. Pbn. v., Tenn., 1894; Div. Sch. S. 
\V. Pbn. U., Tenn., '94; Lie June, '94, Ord. 
April, '95, Pby. of Mississippi; P. F'ayette, 
Harriston, Pine Ridge and Herman villeChs., 
Miss., '94-96; P. Brookhaven Ch., Oct., '96—. 

OEHLER, James C, Aiken, S. C— Born, 
Mecklenburg Co., N. C; Dav. C, B. A., 
1883; Prin. T. S., '86; Lie. April 29, '86, Ord. 
Oct., '86, Pby. of Mecklenburg; S. S. Hen- 
dersonville and Mills River Chs., '86; P. 
Aiken, S. C, '87—. 

OSBORNE, I. ^.,Dobyvine Ark.— U^mh. 
Pby. of Ouachita, 1888.—. 

OTTS, J. M. P., Knoxville, Tenn.— Born, 
Union, S. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1859; 
W. and M. C, Va., D. D.; U. Ala., LL.D.; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '63; Lie '62, Pby. of Bethel; 
Ord. '64, Pbv. of Tuscaloosa; P. Greensboro, 
Ala.; P. Chambers Pbn. Ch., Philadelphia, 
Pa.; P. 3d Pbn. Ch., Knoxville, Tenn.; Au- 
thor, " Nicodemus with Jesus," '67; " La- 
conisms" (J. B. LippincottCo., Philadelphia, 
Pa., $1.00.), '88; "The Fifth Go.spel;" "The 
Land where Jesus Lived" ($1.25), '92; "Un- 
settled Questions Touching the Foundations 
of Christianity" ($1.00), '93; "At Mothers 
Knee" (Fleming H. Revell Co., New York, 
Chicago and Toronto, $1.00), '94; "TheGos- 
pel on Pagan Religions" (Arna Co., Boston, 
Mass., $1.25), '94; "Christ and the Cheru- 
bim" (Pbn. Com. Publication, Richmond, 
Va., 50c.), '96. 

OVERCASH, Hinton Raleigh, Swanna- 
noa, N. C— Born, Statesville, N. C, Feb. 25, 
1867; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., '93; Un. T. S.,. 
Va.,'96; Lie May, '95, Pby. of East Han- 
over; Ord. Aug., '96, Pby. of Roanoke; P. 
Harper Creek, May, '96-97; P. Swannanoa, 
N. C, '98—. 

OVERSTREET,William Thomas, Beech- 
laud, Ky. — Born, Woodford Co., Kv.; Centre 
C, Ky., B. A., 1882, M. A., '93; Prin. T. S., 
•85; Lie. Pby. of Transvlvania, '85; Ord. 
Pbv. of Louisville, April.2'5, '89; S. S. Camp- 
bellsville, Ky., '85-87; S. S. Wildwood, Fla., 
'88; P. Stuart Robinson Memorial Ch., Lou- 
isville, Ky., '89-92; P. Pleasant Grove Ch., 
Beechland, Ky., '93 — . 

OWEN, Clement Cappington, Lexing- 
ton, Va. — born. Black Walnut, Halifax Co., 
Va.; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1886; Un. T. S., 
Va., May, '94; U. of Va., M. D., '86; Lie. 
April, '94. Ord. June, '94, Pby. of Roanoke; 
Appointed Medical Missionary to Korea, '96; 
To sail .soon. 

OWINGS, Wm. R., Mt. Tabor, S. C. 
—Born, Lawrens Co., S. C; Pbn. C, S. C, 



B. A., 1892; Col. T. S., S. C, '95; Lie Jan. 
27, '94, Ord. Nov., '95 (don't name Pby.); S. 
S. Lockhart and Pine Grove, S. C, '96—; P. 
Salem and I^It. Tabor, S. C, '96—. 



PAINTER, Geopge Whitfield, Hong- 
chocv, C/iina.— Born, Sept. 9, 1839; 
Stud. Marvsville C, Tenn., and U. of 
Va.; Un. T. S.', Va., 1873; Lie and Ord. 
June, '79, by Evangelist in China; Confirmed 
by Gen. Ass., '79; My. to China, May 6, 
'73—. 

PAINTER, Joseph Cpoekett, Crozef, 
Fa.— Born, Pulalski Co., Va.; H.-S. C, Va., 
B. A., 1869; Un. T. S., Va., '72; Lie June 
12, '72, Pby. of Abingdon; Ord. April, '74, 
Pby. of East Hanover; P. H. M. Chs., Win- 
chester Pbv., 1 yr.; P. Hartwood, Pby. of E. 
Hanover, '73-79; P. Waddell, Pby. of W. 
Hanover, '79-90; P. Cook's Creek, Pby. of 
Lexington, '90-93; P. Tabor, OHvet and 
Bethel, Pby. of W, Hanover, '93—. 

PAISLEY, John Alexander, ML Airy, 
N. C— Born, Tulip, Dallas Co., Ark.; Stud. 
3 yrs., H.-S. C, Va.; Un. T. S., Va.; Lie 
June 4, 1897, Ord. Sept. 9, '97, Pby. of Or- 
ange; S. S. Madison, N. C, and Mt. Airy, 
'97—; P. Madison, '97—. 

PALMER, B. B., Semora, N. C— Ev. 
Pby. of Orange; S. S. Elim, N. C— . 

PALMER, Benjamin Mopgan, 1718 

Henry Clay Ave., New Orleans, La. — Bom, 
Charleston, N. C; U. of Ga., 1838; Og. U., 
Ga., D. D., '52; Westm. C, Mo., LL.D., '70; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '41; Lie 1841, Pby. of 
Charleston; Ord. '42, Pbv. of Georgia; P. 1st 
Pbn. Ch., Savannah, Ga., '41-42; P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Columbia, S. C, 43-55; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
New Orleans, La., '56—; Prof. Ch. Hist, and 
Polity in Col. T. S., S. C, '53-56; Author, 
" Life and Letters of J. H. Thornwell, D. D., 
LL. D.," (pp. 614-800, Whittet & Shepper- 
son, Richmond, Va., $2.00) 75; "The 
Family in Its Civil and Churchlv Aspects," 
(pp. 291, 12-mo., Pbn. Com. of 'Pub., Rich- 
mond, Va. ), '76; "Theologv of Praver; " 
(pp. 325-800, Pbn. Com. of Pub., Richmond, 
Va. ), '94; "The Broken Home or Les.sons in 
Sorrow", (pp. 166, 16-mo., E. S. Upton, New 
Orleans, La.), '90; "Formation of Charac- 
ter," Twelve Lectures to Young Men; (pp. 
222, 16-mo., E. S. Upton, New Orleans, La.), 
'89; "Two Volumes of Sermons," (pp. 660 
and 478, 800), '76-76; (out of print). 

PALMER, E. P., Harrisonburg, Va. 
— Born, Summer\nlle, N. C; U. of Ga., 
1845; La. State U., D. D.; Col. T. S., S. C, 
'48; Lie '48, Pby. of Charleston; Ord. '49, 
Pby. of Bethel; P. Waxham, Six Mile Creek 
and Lancaster, S. C; P. Lebanon and Sa- 
lem, L. R., S. C; P. Marietta, Ga.; P. Jack- 
son St. Ch., Mobile, Ala.; P. Abilene. Tex.; 
P. Canal St. Ch., New Orieans, La.; P. Har- 
risonburg, Va. — ; Chapl. and Prof, in La. 
U. and Pres. of Austin C, Tex. 

PALMER, Wallace Thornwell, Dyers- 
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Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A., 1888; Uii. T. S., Va., 
""91; Lie. '91, Pby. of N. Mississippi; Ord. 
'92, Pby. of Augusta; P. Eatonton and Mon- 
tecello, Ga., '91-93; S. S. Brownsville, Tenn., 
'93-94; P. Trenton, Tenn., '94-97; P. Dyers- 
burg, Tenn., '91 — . 

PALMER, William Walker, Wiiidsor, 
Mo.— Born, Henry Co., Mo., Feb. 22, 1848; 
Wm. C, Mo., B. A., '76; Stud. Theol. private- 
ly; Ord. April, '90, Pby. of La Fayette; P. Cal- 
vary and Spring Valley, '90-93; S. S. Walker 
and Westminster and P. Bethany, Mo., '93 — . 

PARK, James, K?wxville,.Tenn. — Born, 
Knoxville, Tenn.; U. of Tenn., 1840, D. D., 
'74; Prin. T. S., N. J., May '46; Lie. Oet. 4, 
'46, Pby. Holston; Ord. Oct. 5, '48, Pby. 
Knoxville; P. Pleasant Forest, Ebenezer and 
Lebanon, Tenn., '48-53. S. S. 1st Ch., Ro- 
gersville, Tenn., '53-58; S. S. Pleasant For- 
est and Cedar Spring, Tenn., '59-65; P. 
Knoxville, Tenn., '66 — ; Prin. Pbn. Acade- 
my, '49-50; Co-prin. Knoxville Female Sem. 
'50-51; Pres. Rogersville Female C, 55-59 
Prin. Tenn. Sch. for Deaf and Dumb, '59-61 
Declined presidencv of W. C, Tenn., in '57 
S. C. of Pby. of Knoxville 23 yrs.; S. C. Syn. 
of Nashville 35 yrs.; Mod. Gen. Ass. '90. 

PARK, John Edwards, Oliver Springs, 
Tetin. — Bom, Elizabethtown, Ky. ; Stud. 
Central U.; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., '97; Lie. 
Oct. 13, '96, Pby. Louisville; Ord. Oct. 17, 
'97, Pby. Knoxville; P. Oliver Springs and 
Coal Creek. Tenn., '97—. 

PARK, John S., Corinth, Miss.— Born, 
Nashville, Tenn.; U. of Miss., B. A., 1857; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '60; Lie. '59, Pbv. of Mem- 
phis; Ord. '62, Pby. of E. Texas; 'p. Helena, 
Ark,, '60; P. Paris, Tex., '60-65; P. Green 
Hill, Tex., '65-66; P. Park Ave. Ch., Mem- 
phis, Tenn., '6(5-79; P. Bolivar, Tenn., '79-81; 
P. Pensacola, Fla., '81-85; P. Clay Centre, 
Kan., '85-89; P. Wamego, Kan., '89-90; P. 
Corinth, Miss., '90 — ; Writer for Christian 
Observer. 

PARKER, Henry Middleton, Inanda, 
N. (f.— Born, Charieston, N. C; Un. T. S., 
Va., '77; Lie April, '93, Ord. May 16, '93, 
Pby. of Mecklenburg; S. S. Swan Memorial 
Ch., lYz yrs.; S. S. Oak Forest Ch., 4>^ yrs.; 
P. South Side Ch., Ashe\dlle, N. C, 3 yrs.; 
P. Oak Forest, N. C— . 

PARKER, Newton Alexander, Fayette- 
ville, W. Va. — Born, Pickaway, W. Va.; 
H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1894; Un. T. S., Va., 
'97; Lie. July 12, Ord. Sept., '97, Pby. of 
Greenbrier; S. S. Mt. Cove and Raven's Eye, 
W. Va., July, '97-98; S. S. Fayetteville, W. 
Va., July, '97—. 

PATTERSON, Alfred Lewis, Walter- 
boro, S. C — Born, Sale Creek, Tenn.; 
King C, Tenn., B. A., 1892; Col. T. S., S. 
C, '95; Lie. '94, Pby. of Knoxville; Ord. 
'95, Pby. of Charleston; P. Walterboro, Wil- 
ton and Corinth, '95—; also Stony Creek, 
'97—. 

PATTERSON, B. C, Shanghai, China. 
— Memb. Pby. of Lexington; My. to China, 
Feb., 1891—. 



PATTERSON, Edwin Erskine, Smn- 
mersville, W. Va. — Born, Burke Co., Ga • 
Erskine C, S. C, B. A., 1877; Erskine f.' 
S., S. C, '82; Lie. Nov. '81, Second Pby. of 
the A. R. P. Ch.; Ord. Nov. '83, Pby. of 
Texas; My. in Texas for 6 yrs.; P. Chicota' 
'89-96; S. S. New Lebanon A. R. P. Ch., W. 
Va., '96-97; S. S. Summerville and adjacent 
Chs., W. Va., Dec. '97—. 

PATTERSON, George William, Mur- 
freesboro, Tenn. — Born, Sardinia, Decatur 
Co., Ind.; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A., '87; 
Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '89; Lie. 
May, '88, Pby. of Louisiana; Ord. Aug. '89, 
Pby. of Mississippi; P. Crystal Springs, 
Miss., '89-90; P. Natchez, Miss., '90-93; P. 
Murfreesboro, Tenn., '93 — . 

PATTERSON, R. F., Baton Rouge, La. 
—Born, Lawrence Co., Pa., Feb. 14, 1832; 
Han. C, Ind., '60; Wn. T. S., '60-62; Lie. 
Sept. 11, '59, Pby. of Whitewater; S. S. 
Bethel and Donaldson, Ind., '60-63; Soldier 
U. S. A., '63-64; P. Bethel and Donaldson, 
Ind., '64-66; P. Thorntown, '66-70; P. 
Charleston, 111., '71; Grace, La., '79; P. 
Baton Rouge, La., '80 — . 

PATTERSON, W. K., Nashville, Tenn. 
— S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '89; Div. Sch. S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., '90; Memb. Pby. of Nash- 
ville — ; P. Westminster Ch., Nashville, 
Tenn.—. 

PATTON, B. F., Tunica, 7>/m.— Memb. 
Pby. of N. Mississippi; S. S. Tunica, Com- 
merce and Blithe, Miss. — . 

PATTON, James Godfrey, Decatur, Ga. 
—Born, Wilson Co., Tenn.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
B. A.; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 1886; 
Lie. and Ord. June, '86, Pby. of Nashville; 
P. Wm. Ch., Nashville, Tenn., '86-88; P. 
Orlando, Fla., 3 yrs.; P. Henderson, Ky., 5 
yrs.; P. Decatur, Ga., Sept. '97 — ; Traveling 
in Palestine and Eastern Countries — . 

PATTON, John Harrison, Marietta, Ga. 
—Born, Watertown, Tenn.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn.; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.; Lie. 
April 4, 1889, Pby. of Nashv-ille; Ord. Oct. 
'89, Pby. of N. Alabama; P. Jacksonville 
and Oxford, Ala., '89-91; P. Marietta, Ga., 
'91—. 

PAUL, Lamartine H., Mossy Creek, Va. 
— Born, Augusta, Co., Va.; Stud. W. and L. 
U., Va.; Un. T. S., Va., '86; Lie. May 8, '86, 
Ord. Aug. '96, Pby. of Lexington; P. Pen- 
dleton, Va., '86-89; P. Mossy Creek, Va., 
'89—. 

PAXSON, C. E., Marshall, TJ/o.— Memb. 
Pby. of Lafayette — ; P. E. Nelson and S. S. 
Longwood, Mo. — . 

PAYNE, Charles M., Washington, N. C 
— Born, Lexington, N. C; Washb. U., N. 
D., 1869; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., '73, D. D.,'90; 
Un. T. S., Va., '72; Lie. April 6, '72, Ord. 
April 17, '73, Pby. of Orange; S. S. and P. 
Mt. Airv', Madison, Leaksville and Went- 
worth, N. C, '72-74; P. 2nd Pbn. Ch., Wil- 
mington, N. C, '74-84; P. 1st Ch., Concord, 
N. C, '84^94; P. Washington, N. C, '94—; 



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Author, "Two Sermons on the Faith and 
Order of the Pbn. Ch." 

PELL, Robert Payne, Columbia, S. C. 
—Born. Washington, N. C; U. of N. C, B. 
A., 1881; Stud. Un. T. S., Va.; Lie. "84, 
Ord. '87, Pby. of Orange; Ev. Albamarle 
Pby., '87-91; Ev. Syn. N. C, '91-95; P. New- 
berry, S. C, '96-9H; Pres. Pbn. C. for 
Women, Cohimbia, S. C, '96—. 

PENDLETON, Baldwin Alexander, 

Lookout Mountain, Tenn. — Born, Rich- 
mond, Va.; Rich. C, Va., June, '82; Un. T. 
S.. Va., May, '85; Lie Sept., '85, Ord. May, 
'86, Pby. of Lexington; P. McDowell and 
Williamsville, Va.; P. Lookout Mountain 
and St. Elmo, Tenn. 

PENICK, Daniel Allen, Lexington, Va. 
—Born, Milton, N. C, April 16, 1834; H.-S. 
C, Va., B. A., '54; Un. T. S., '67; Lie 
April, '57, Ord. Jan. '68, Pby. of Concord; 
P. Poplar Tent, Va., '57-73; P. New Mon- 
mouth, Va.; S. S. Kerr's Creek, Va., '73—. 

PERKINS, William Henry, Magnolia, 
Miss. — Born, Montgomery, N. Y., Sept. 29, 
1833; Self-educated; Stud. Theol. under Dr. 
Palmer, of New Orleans, '56-59; Lie. Oct. 
12, '94, Pby. of Tombeckbee; Ord. April 20, 
'96, Pby. of New Orleans; Ev. group of in- 
terior Chs., Pby. of Tombeckbee, '94-95; Ev. 
group of Chs. in Pby. of New Orleans, '95 — ; 
Ord. Elder in Ch., Columbus, Miss., '72; The 
Southwestern Presbyterian says of him: "A 
frequent and valued contributor to our col- 
umns. ' ' 

PERRY, Robert D., Chester, S. C— Born, 
Lancaster Co., S. C; Stud, privately; Col. 
T. S., S. C, 1874; Lie. May, '73, Ord. '74, 
Pby. of Bethel; P. Mizpah and Lowryville, 
Bethel Pby.; P. Midway and Bethel, Har- 
mony Pby.; P. Pineville and Pleasant Hill, 
Mecklenburg Pby.; P. Madison, Fla.; P. 
Compton and Bethany, Jonesboro and Phil- 
adelphia; P. CarroUton, Ga.; Memb. Pby. 
of Bethel—. 

PETERS, B. F., Porterville, Miss. —M&mh. 
Pb\'. of Tombeckbee. 

PETRIE, George Laurens, Charlottes- 
ville, Ka.— Born, Cheraw, S. C; Og. U., Ga., 
M. A., '62; H. S. C, Va., D. D., '87; Col. T. 
S., S. C, '62; Lie, '61, Ord., '64, Pby. of E. 
Alabama; Chaplain 22nd Regt. Ala. Volun- 
teers, '63-65; Tea. Montgomery, Ala., '66-66; 
Prof, of Latin, Oakl. C, Miss., '66-69; P. 
Greenville, Ala., '70-72; P. Petersburg, Va., 
'72-78; P. Charlottesville, Va., '78—. 

PEYTON, Charles William, East Bank, 
Va. — Born, Richlands, Greenbrier Co.. Va.; 
High. U., Kans., '73; M. A., '76; Prin. T. S., 
'77; Lie. April, '76, Pby. of Highland; Ord. 
April, '78, Pby. of Central Texas; P. Belton, 
and % time Temple, Tex., '77-85; P. Robin- 
son and Carolina, Tex., '86-90; P. Marlin and 
Koose, Tex., '90-93; P. Gatesville and Unity, 
Tex., '93-94; Ev. work, '94-96; P. East Bank, 
W. Va., '9(>— . 

PHARR, John Fleming, 3IcDo?iough, 
Ga. Born, Gunmuth Co., Ga.; Erskine C, 



S. C, B. A.; Col. T. S., '88; Ord. Sept., '88, 
Pby. of Athens; P. Davidsville and New 
Hope, Ga., '88-91; Ev. in Pby. of Athens, 
'91-92; S. S. 2d Pbn. Ch., Pine Bluff, Ark. ,'92- 
93; S. S. McDonough Group of Chs., '94—; 
Memb. Gen. Ass., Hot Springs, Ark., '92; 
Coms. to Gen. Ass., Charlotte, N. C, '97. 

PHARR, William Walter, Mooresville, 
N. C. — Born, Cabarrus Co., N. C, Jan. 1, 
1832; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., '53; Un. T. S., 
Va., '56; Lie. July, '56, Ord. May, '58, Pby. 
of Concord; S. S. Centre and Bethpage, 
18—; P. Prospect and S. S. Centre, N. C— ; 
S. C. Pby. of Concord, 22 yrs. ; Trustee Dav. 

C, N. C, 32 yrs. 

PHILLIPPS, Alexander Lacy, Tusca- 
loosa, ^/a.— Born, Chapel Hill. N. C; U. 
of N. C, 1880; B. A., '80; D.D., '95; Lie '83, 
Ord. '84, Pby. of Wilmington; P. Oak Plains, 
N. C, '83; S. S. Burgaw, Mt. Williams, Top- 
sail, Duplin Roads, N. C, '84-87; Fayette- 
ville, N. C, '87-89; P. S. Highlands, Bir- 
mingham, Ala., '89-90; Field Sec'y, (Col.) 
Ev., '90-91; Sec'y, (Col.) Ev., '91—; Author, 
Pamphlets and Articles. 

PHILLIPS, Verner S., Luebo, Africa, 
— Teacher Stillman Inst., Tuscaloosa, Ala.; 
Lie and Ord. Sept. 25, 1895, Pby. of Tusca- 
loosa; My. to Luebo, Africa, '95—. 

PHIPPS, Joshua, 5^j Olive St., Bristol, 
Va.—Born, Stony Point, E. Tenn; King C, 
Tenn., B. A., and M. A.; Un. T. S., Va., 
1880; Ord. '80, Pby. of Holston; My. to 
Greece, '80-86; Prof, of Greek, King C, 
Tenn., '85-89; Prof. Ancient Languages in 
Round Rock Institute, Tex., '89-91; P. Rock- 
port, Tex., '91-92; P. Westminster Ch., San 
Antonio, Tex., '92-94; P. New Providence, 
E. Tenn., '94-97; Tea. So. W. Va. Institute, 
Bristol, Va., '97—. 

PIERRE, Fortune, Frierson's Mill, La. 
S. C. (?); Lie April 13, 1878, Pby. of Red 
River; Ord. — ; S. S. Good Hope, La. — . 

PITMAN, F. W., Poolesville, vl/rf.— Memb. 
Pby. of Maryland — ; P. Poolesville, Md. — . 

PITZER, Alexander White, Washing- 
ton, D. C— Born. Sept. 14, 1834; Danville 
Sem.; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '64-66; Lie Sept., 
'56, Pby. of Montgomery; Ord. April 5, '58, 
Pby. of Highland; S. S. and then P. Leaven- 
worth, Kan., '68-61; S.^. Sparta, Ga., '62-64; 
My. of Gen. Assembly to the C. S. .\. of 
Tenn.. '64-65; S. S. Liberty and Cave Spring, 
Pby. of Montgomery, '66-66; P. Libertv. '6>; 
P. Central Ch., Washington, D. C, ''68— ; 
Prof. Bibl. Study Howard Un., Washington, 

D. C. ; Author, " Ecce Deus Homo, " ' ' Christ 
the Teacher of Men," "The New Life and 
the Higher Life," "Shall God's Houses of 
Worship be Taxed ? ' ' 

PLANCK, David Andrew, Mobile, Ala. 
—Born, Fleming Co., Ky.; Centre C, Ky., 
B. A.; Stud. Un. T. S., Va.; Prin. T. S., 
1873; Lie Pby. of Transylvania; Ord. Oct. 
10, '73, Pby. of Mississippi; P. Port Gibson, 
Miss., '73-89; P. Jackson St. Ch., Mobile, 
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PLOWDEN, James MeCallum, Eaton- 
ton, Ga. — Born, Manning, S. C; Stud. Dav. 
C, S. C; Stud. Adger C, S. C; Col. T. S., 
S. C, 1885; Lie. and Ord. Pby. of Harmony, 
S. S. Lynchburg, Fair Hope and Beulah, S. 
C, 3 yrs. ; Edgefield, Trenton and Johnston, 
S. C, 3 yrs.; Sibley Ch., Augusta, Ga., 1 yr.; 
P. Eatonton and Monticello, Ga. — . 

PLUNKET, John Thompson, Augusta, 
Ga. — Bom, Franklin, Tenn.; U. of Nashville 
and S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A., 1877; Cen- 
tral U., Ky., D. D., '86; Col. T. S., S. C, '80; 
Lie. '80, Pby. of Nashville; Ord. '91, Pby. of 
Mecklenburg; P. Steel Creek, N. C, '80-82; 
P. Madison Ave. Ch., Covington, Ky., '82- 
87; P. Jefferson Ave. Ch., Detroit, Mich., '87- 
90; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Augusta, Ga., '90—; 
Corns, to 2 Gen. Assemblies, '83 and '95; 
Corns, to Pan Pbn. Council, Scotland, '96. 

POOL, Alonzo Knox, Davidson, N. C. 
— Born, Montgomery Co., N. C; Dav. C, N. 
C, B. A., 1893; Lv. T. S., Ky., '96; Lie. Sept. 
18, '96, and Ord. Oct. 27, '96, Pby. of Con- 
cord; Ev. work. Concord, N. C, '96-97; Ev. 
Pby. of Concord. 

POOL, LUCUS, Memphis, Tenn. — Memb. 
Pby. of Memphis; Ev. Emanuel Ch., Mem- 
phis, Tenn. — . 

POGUE, James Wood, Tallapoosa, Ga. 
— Born, Maysville, Ky. ; Maysville Academy 
and private tutors; Lane T. S., 1887; Lie. '87, 
Pby. of Cincinnati; Ord. Oct., '87, Pby. of 
Nashville; P. McNeilley, Tenn., '87-89; P. 
Georgia Ave. and Wallace Chs., Atlanta, Ga., 
'89-92; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Tallapoosa, Ga., and 

5. S. Villa Rica and Buford, Ga., '92—. 

PONDER, T. J., Prattville, ^/a.— Bom, 
Madison Co., Fla.; Oxford C, Ala., B. A., 
1888; Col. T. S., S. C, '90; Stud. Prin. T. S. 
and Un. T. S., N. Y.; Lie. '88, Pby. of North 
Alabama; Ord. '91, Pby. of Tuscaloosa; P. 
Camden, Ala., '90-94, P. Prattville, Ala., 
'94—. 

PORTER, Matthew Branch, Greenville, 
A3/.— Born, Powhatan Co., Va.; Stud. H.-S. 
C, Va., 1881-85; Stud. Un. T. S.; Lie May 

6, '87, Ord. Nov. (?) '87, Pby. of Louisville; 
S. S. Central City, Rockport and McHenry, 
Ky., '87-92; P. Greenville and Central, Ky., 
with missions at Powderly and Nelson, Ky., 
'62—. 

PORTER, William Salter, Milton, Fla. 
— Born, Apalachicola, Fla.; U. of Pa., B. A., 
1888; Prin. T. S., '91 ; Lie. '90, Pby. of Chester. ; 
Orb. '92, Pby. of Savannah; P. Wayeross and 
St. Mary's, Ga., '92-94; P. Milton and Bag- 
dad, Fla., '95—. 

PORTERFIELD, Robert E., Kennett, 
Mo. — Born, Plattsburg, Mo.; Plattsburg C. 
and Wm. C.,Mo.; Stud. Theol. under Pby. 
of Upper Missouri; Lie. Oct. 11, '94, Ord. 
April 20, '95, Pby. of Potosi; P. Burnham, 
Mo., Yi time, '94-97; P. Crocker and Mont- 
rose, Mo., '96-97; P. Kennett and Clarkton, 
Mo., '97—. 

POTTER, William Robert, Kirksville, 
^.— Born, Tullahoma, Tenn., S. W. Pbn. 



U., Tenn., B. A., 1892; Div. Seh. S. W. Pbn 
U., Tenn., '93; Lv. T. S., Ky„ '94; Lie April, 
'92, Pby. of Nashville; Ord. '94, Pby. of 
Transylvania; P. Kirksville, Ky., '94 — . 

PRAIGG, John G., Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
—Born, Louisville, Ky., Sept. 27, 1878; Cen- 
tre C, Ky., B. A., '57, M. A., '73, D. D., '93- 
Un. T. S., Va., '80; Lie. Sept, 21, '80, Pby. of 
Knoxville; Ord. July 2, '81, Pby. of Tusca- 
loosa; P. Carrollton, '81-86; Prof, in Stillman 
Institute, '86-93; Bethsalem, '92-94; Vice- 
Pres. Daniel Baker C, Tex., '94-95; P. York 
Ch.; Soldier, C. S. A., '61-65; Lawyer, '74- 
78. 

PRATT, Henry B., Laredo, 7>;r.— Born, 
Darian, Ga., May 26, 1832; Og. U., Ga., '51; 
Prin. T. S., '55; Lie. April, '54, Pby. of New 
Brunswick; Ord. '55, Pby. of Cherokee; My. 
to Bogota, S. A., '56-59; 2 yrs. Chapl. in 
Army; Occupied in Bibl. Soc. work, '59-61; 
S. S. Hillsboro and Sugar Creek, N. C; My. 
Barranquilla, Locomo and Buc, S. A.; P. 
Winnsboro and Lancaster, S. C; Trans. Bi- 
ble into Spanish; P. in Stanton, Va., Mexico 
and New York City (till Feb., '93); Ev. work 
in Mexico and S. W. Tex.; Trans. "Lyman's 
Essays with the Romanist; " Author, pamph- 
lets in English and Spanish; Trans. " Mod- 
ern Version" of the Bible and Forrey's 
' ' How to bring men to Christ ' ' into Spanish, 
'97. 

PRESSLY, E. E., ScotVs, N. C— Born, 
Anderson Co., S. C; ErskineC, S. C, B. A., 
1861; Erskine T. S., '70; Lie. '70, and Ord. 
'71, 2d Pby. A. R. P. Ch.; P. Shiloh, Gills 
Creek and Unity, '70-84; P. Amity, N. C, 
'86-90; Concord. New Salem and Shiloh, N. 
C, '90-96; Soldier in C. S. A.; Wounded at 
Cold Harbor, '62. 

PRESTON, Cochran, 419 Spencer St., 
Bristol, Tenn. — Born, Charlottesville, Va.; 
H.-S. C, Va., 1892; Un. T. S., Va., '97; Lie. 
May 28, '96; Ord. June 7, '97, Pby. of Abing- 
don; Ev. work in Pby. of Abingdon, '96-97; 
P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Bristol, Va., Tenn., '97—. 

PRESTON, Samuel Rhea, Greenville, S. 
C. — Bom, Abingdon, Va.; King C, Tenn., 
B. A., 187L M. A., '82, D. D., '91; Col. T. S., 
'74; Lie. May, '73, Pby. of Harmony; Ord. 
Nov. 6, '74, Pby. of Florida; P. Fernandina, 
Fla., '74-75; P. Athens and Cleveland, Tenn., 
'76-79; P. Blacksburg, Va., '79-82; P. Wythe, 
ville, Va.; '82-86; Pres. Plumer C, Va., '86- 
90; P. and Ev. Bristol, Va., '90-95; P. 2d Pbn. 
Ch. and Pres. Chieora C, Greenville, S. C, 
'95—. 

PRICE, Benjamin L., Alexafidria, La. 
—Born, Famiville, Va.; Stud. H.-S. C, Va.; 
Un. T. S., Va., 1890; Lie. May, '90, Pby. of 
Roanoke; Ord. July 23, '90, Pby. of Central 
Mississippi; P. Glen Allan, Miss., 2>^ yrs.; 
S. S. Morrilton, 2 yrs.; Ev. Pby. of Louisi- 
ana, 3 yrs.; S. S. Atchafalaya — . 

PRICE, Henry B., Kobe, Settsu, Japan. 
—Born, Port Gibson, Miss., May 23, 1864; S. 
W. Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A.; Div. Seh. S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn. ;'87; Lie. July 19, '87, Ord. 



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Oct. 26, '87, Pby. of Central Mississippi; My. 
to Tokushiiiia, Japan, June 14, '87 — . 

PRICE, Philip B., Buchanan, Va —Born, 
Hanover Co., Va., .\vig. 5), 1832; Stud, pri- 
vately; Lie. Oct., '57, Ord. June, '59, Pby. of 
E. Hanover; P. 3d Pbn. Ch., Richmond, Va., 
'68- (iO; P. High Bridge, Va., '(Ul-Si;. S. S. 
Rich Patch, Va., '88-97; P. Buchanan, Va., 
'79, and S. S. Carmel, Va., '87; P. and S. C. 
Pby. of E. Hanover, '(57-69; S. C. Pby. of 
Montgomery, '77-94; Sec'y of Executive 
Com.; Asso. Editor Central Presbyterian, 
Richmond, Va., '65-6(5; Author of "A Mem- 
oir of Rev. Dr. John H. Price." 

PRICE, Philip FpaneiS, Sin Chang, Care 
So. I\esbyterian Mission, iS Peking Road, 
Shanghai, Chitia. — Born, Richmond, \a.., 
July 2, 18(54; H.-S. C, Va., B. A.; Un. T. S., 
Va., '89; Lie. April 25, '89, Ord. Sept. 6 '89, 
Pb}-. of Montgomer}-; Ev. of several Chs., 
'89-90; My. Soochow, China, '90-92; My. 
Sin Chang, China, '92 — ; Author, " Historj' 
of the Sin Chang Mission, ' ' a tract on ' ' Mis- 
sionary Methods" (Gen. Ass. Com. of Mis- 
sions, 5c. ) ; Degree of D. D. 

PRICE, Robert, Clarksville, Te?in.— 
Born, Claiborne Co., Miss., Jan. 16, 1830; 
Oakland C, Miss., B. A., '49, M. A., '54; U. 
of Miss., D. D., '75; Prin. T.S., '52; Lie. 
July 12, '52, Ord. Dec. 13, '52, Pby. of Mis- 
sissippi; P. Rodney, Miss., '52-65; Prof. Eng. 
Lit., Oakland C, Tenn., '(50-61; S. S. Port 
Gibson, Miss., '63. and P. '65-70; P. Vicks- 
burg, Miss., '70-82; Prof. Hist. S. W. Pbn. 
U., '82—. 

PRICE, William Thomas, Marlinton, 

W. Va.—^oxw, Marhnton, W. Va., July 19, 
1830; W. and L. C, Va., B. A., '54, M. A., 
'56; Un. T. S., Va., '57; Lie May 2, '57, 
Pby. of Greenbrier; Ord. April 16, '58, Pby. 
of Lexington; H. M. Bath and Highland, 
Va., '58-69; P. Cooks Creek, Va., '69-85; P. 
Hunterville and Marlen Bottoms, Va., '85- 
97—; Author, "Faithful Word," "Gone to 
be wth Jesus," " Memoir Rev. John Pinker- 
ton," "Memoir Edward H. Scott, M. D.," 
"Communicants Manual," "With Christ or 
Against Him," " Feet Washing Scripturally 
and Historically Considered," "The Semi- 
Centenial History of Greenbrier Pby.; " Ed., 
The Young Virginian, '73-77; Asst. Ed., 
The Pocohontas Times, Marlinton, W. Va. 

PRIMROSE, John W., Greenville, Miss. 
—Born, New Berne, N. C; Prin. U., B. A. 
iind M. A., 1860; Dav. C, N. C, D. D., '90; 
15\\. T. S., Va., '71; Lie. April 7, '71, Ord. 
April 8, '72, Pby. of Orange; Ev. Pbv. of Or- 
.ange, '72-80; P. Oxford, Grassy Creek and 
Shiloh, '80-84; P. St. Andrews Ch., Wil- 
mington, N. C, '84-91; Ev. Syn. of Mis.souri, 
'91-93; Pres. Syn. C, Mo., '93-96; P. Green- 
ville, Mi.ss., '96 — ; Contributor to Southern 
Presbytetian Reviezv and Presbyterian Quar- 
terly; Captain in C. S. A. 

PURCELL, J. M„ Austin, 7>,r.— Memb. 
Pb}'. of Central Texas — Pres., Austin, Tex., 
and S. S. Leander, Tex. — . 



QUARLES, James Addison, Lexing- 
ton, Va. — Born, Dunlora, Mo., April 
30, 1837; Wm. C, Mo., B. A., '58, M. 
A., "61, D. D., '83; Central U., Ky., LL. D., 
'91; Stud. Prin. T. S.; Lie. April 9, '59, Ord. 
Feb. 15, '(50, Pby. of Missoun; S. S. Spring- 
field, Mo., '59; P. Glasgow, Mo., '59-(55; P. 
Lexington, Mo., '(5(5-73; P. E. High St. Ch., 
St. Louis, Mo., '73-74; S. S. Lexington, Va., 
'95-9(5; author, "Our Church Constitution" 
('(56); " Life of F. T. Kemper" ( "84); "Mon- 
ey" ('93); Pres. Ivlizabeth AuU Female Sem., 
Mo., '70-73 and '77-8(5; Prof. Philosophy, 
W. and L. r., Va., '8(5—. 

QUARTERMAN, J. W., Marlow, Ga. 
^Meml). Pby. of Savannah—; S. S. Marlow, 
Pooler and Statesboro, Ga. — . 

QUARTERMAN, N. P., Quincy, Fla. 
— Memb. Pby. of Plorida; S. S. Quincy and 
Marianna, Fla. — . 

QUERY, J. W., Wellford, S. (T.- Born, 
Mecklenburg Co., N. C; Ersk. C, S. C, B. 
A., 18(59; Col. T. S., S. C. '72; Lie April, 
'72, Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ord. May, '74, 
Pby. of Bethel; P. Paw Creek and Goshen, 
N. C, '73; P. Lancaster and Douglas, Bethel 
Pby., '74-84; S. S. Wellford, S. C. (10 vrs.); 
S. S. Pacolet, S. C. (lOyrs. ); S. S. Lime- 
stone, S. C. (8 yrs.); S. S. Salem, S. C. 
(4 yrs.); S. S. Cave Creek, S. C. (4 yrs.)—; 
also engaged in H. M. work — . 

QUICKE, W. W., Goldsboro, N. C. 
— Memb. Pby. of Albemarle — . 

QUIGG, Henry, Conyers, Ca.— Born, 
Ireland; Erskine C, Ga., B. A. and D. D., 
'83; Erskine T. S., S. C, 1854; Lie '54, Ord. 
'55, 2d Pby. of Asso. Ref. Ch., S. C; S. S. 
Hopewell and Bethany, Ga.; S. S. Timber- 
ridge, Fellowship, White Oak, Lexington, 
Covington, Conyers, Philadelphia and Madi- 
son, Ga. ; P. Smyrna, Ga., and conducts 
yearly camp meeting. 



RACHAL, Adolphe Sylvestre, Roanoke, 
Va. — Born, New Orleans, La.; Central 
Nor. C, Danvdlle, Ind., B. S., 1886; 
Central U., Ky., '92; Un. T. S., Va., '95; 
Lie. June 4, '95, Pby. of Ebenezer; Ord. 
Sept. 10, '95, Pby. of Montgomery; P. Be- 
thesda, Va., '95-96; P. Bethau}-., Vinton and 
Woodside, Va., '97; Memb. Pby. of Mont- 
gomery. 

RAILEY, Fleming Gooeh, Glasgow, Ky. 
—Bom, Charlottesville, Va.; H.-S. C, Va., 
1875; Un. T. S., Va., '78; Lie. '78, Ord. '79, 
Pby. of Montgomery; H. M. Lvnchburg,Va., 
'78-79; P. Liberty (Bedford City), Va., '79- 
84; P. Mossy Creek, Va., '84-88; P. Bloom- 
field, Ky., '88-92; S. S. Glassgow, Ky.— . 

RALSTON, Calvin J., Wapanucka, Ind. 
TVr.— Born, Jan. 7, 1851; Stud. Un. T. S., 
Va., '82-83; Ord. Christian Ch. South; re- 
ceived bj- Pbv. of Lexington, Mav 2, '84; H. 
M. in HighlBud and Bath Cos., '84; H. M. 
Chickasaw, Mineral Spring and Macedonia, 
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RAMSAY, Fpanklin Pieree, /j/^ IV. 
Saratoga St., Baltimore, Md. — Born, Pike 
Co., Ala.; Day. C, N. C, B. A., 1879; M. A.; 
Lie. April, '81, Pby. of East Alabama; Ord. 
Oct., '81, Pby. of Western Texas; Ev. Lar- 
edo, Tex., '81-83; P. New Dublin, Va., '83- 
85; P. Wetheredville, Md., '86-90; Ev. Pby. 
of Tuscaloosa, '90; P. Augusta, Ky. and Sha- 
ron, '91-96; Agt. Assembly's Home and 
School, Fredericksburg, Va., '77; Memb. 
Pby. of Ebenezer— . 

RAMSAY, James Alston, Hickory, N. 
C— Born, Salisbury-, N. C; Dav. C, N. C, 

B. A., 1874; Pbn. C, S. C, D. D., '97; Un. T. 
S., Va., '77; Lie April, '76, Ord. May, '77, 
Pby. of Concord; P. Thyatira and Back 
Creek, N. C, '77-91; P. Hickory, N. C, 'gl- 
and S. S. Newton, N. C, '95—. 

RAMSEY, Emmett A., Memphis, Tenn. 
—Born, Catoosa Co., Ga.: Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., '70; D. D., '93; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., D. 
D., '93; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '74-75; Lie. '76, 
Ord. '78, Pby. of Knoxville; P. Loudon, 
Tenn., and S. S. Athens, Tenn., '78-84; S. S. 
Westminster Ch., Nashville, Tenn., a few 
months; P. Murfreesboro, Tenn., '84-93; P. 
1st Pbn. Ch., Memphis, Tenn., '93—. 

RAMSEY, J. R., Fulton, Mo. {?). 

RANKIN, Charles Franklin, Concord, 
N. (T.— Born, Greensboro, N. C; Dav. C, N. 

C, B. A., 1894; Un. T. S., Va., '97; Lie. June 
2, '97, Pby. of Orange; Ord. Sept. 28, '97, 
Pby. of Concord; S. S. Cannonville, Forest 
Hill, White Hall and Patterson's Mill, N. C, 
'97— 

RANKIN, David Cyrus, Nashville, 
Tenn.— Bora, Guilford Co., N. C; Stud. 
Bingham School, King C, S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn.; Col. T. S., S. C, '75; Lie. April, '74, 
Pby. of Harmony; Ord. Dee., '76, Pby, of 
Savannah; P. Valdosta, Ga., '76-78; S. S. 
Tarboro, N. C, '78-79; Prof, in Gen. Assem- 
bly's Institute, Tuscaloosa, Ala., '79-83; 
Pres. Plumer Mem. C, Va., '83-84; S. S. 
Tabb St., Ch., Petersburg, Va. , '84; P. Holly 
Springs, Miss., '85-88; Ass't See. of Foreign 
Missions, '88-93; Ed. of F. M. periodicals of 
the Southern Pbn. Ch., '93—. 

RANKIN, Samuel M., Stanford, Ky. 
—Born, Greensboro, N. C; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A., '90; Un. T. S., Va., 1895; Ord. '94, 
Pby. of Fayetteville; P. Red Springs, Phila- 
delphus and Antioch, Ky., '94-97; Chm. of 
Com. on Culportage and Pub.; Memb. of 
of Com. on Education; Trustee and Fin. Agt. 
for Red Springs Seminary, which was organ- 
ized through his influence; P. Stanford, Ky., 
'89—, 

RATCHFORD, Charles B., Athens, Ala. 
—Born, Gastonia, N. C; S. W. Pbn. U., 
1894; Col. T. S., S. C, '97; Lie. July 20, '97, 
Ord. Oct. 7, '97, Pby. of N. Alabama; S. S. 
Hartselle, Somerville, Fair View, Madison, 
Limestone and Belle Ming, Ala., '97 — . 

RATCHFORD,William Wallace, Walk- 
up, N. C— Born, Gaston Co., N. C; Stud. 
Erskine C, 1856-58; Stud. Theol. privately; 
Lie. June 8, '59, Ord. June 2, '60, Pby. of 



Yorkville (Ind. Pbn. Ch.); S. S. Hephzibah, 
'59-67; Wrison, N. C, '62-70; P. Mill Creek 
(Baptist), '66-67; Fort Mill, '69-71; Hope- 
well, '60-'66; Ramah, '68-93; Harmony, '68- 
91; Beersheba,'67; Olivet, '68-78; Bethshilah, 
'88-91; Limestone, '85; Salem, '87; Enoree, 
'76-77; Mt. Tabor, '86-91; Carmel Hill, '81- 
83; P. Mt. Pleasant, '76-86; Six Mile Creek 
and Beulah, '93-94; P. Mt. Pleasant, Har- 
mony and Ba — ; P. Tirzah and S. S. Wax- 
haw, '93—. 

RAWLINGS, James Minor, Charlottes- 
ville, Fa.— Born, Louisa Co., Dec. 19, 1846;, 
Stud. U. of Va.; Un. T. S., Va., '73; Lie L. 
April 12, '73, Ord. Sept. 20, '73; P. Appo- 
mattox C. H., Va., '73-77; P. 2d Ch., Lynch- 
burg, Va., '77-84; S. S. Scottsville, Va.— . 

RAY, Georg-e Henry, Jr., Amherst 
C. H., Va. — Bom, Nottaway Co., Va., May 
31, 1867; R. M. C, Va., '89; Stud. Prin, T, 
S,, '90-91; Lie. Ashland Meth. Conf., Nov. 
11, '87; Stud. Bost. Sem, ; P. E, Amherst C, 
H., Va,— , 

RAYMOND, Henry Rodney, Starkville, 
Miss.— Born, Bethany, N. Y.; Stud. Theol, 
Privately; Erskine C, D. D., 1875; Lie. April 
19, '50, Ord. Oct. 19, '50, Pby. of Tombeck- 
bee; S. S. Wahalak, Macon, De Kalb and 
Smyrna, '50-52; P, Marion, Ala., '53-86; P, 
Weatherford, Texas, '86-88; P. Starkville, 
Miss., '88—, 

RAYMOND, T. W., Holly Springs, Miss, 
— Born, Marion, Ala., Howard C, Ala., M, 
A., 1878; Un. T. S., Va., '81; Lie. April, '80, 
Pby. of S. Ala.; Ord. '81, Pby. of Cherokee; 
P. Cave Spring, '81-83; S. S. South Rome 
and Silver Creek, '81-83; P. Brownsville, 
Tenn., '83-88; Gen. Ev. of Svn. of Memphis, 
'91-94; Gen. Agt. of S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
'95-97; Pres. Pbn. C. of N. Miss., '97—. 

READ, Charles Henry, Richmond, Va, 
—Born, Redding, Conn., Nov. 12, 1811; 
Stud. Yale C, '28, Del. C, D. D., '56; Prin, 
T. S.; Lie. '43, Pby. Troy; Ord. Dec. 9, '43, 
Fourth Pby. of New York; P. Pearl St. Ch., 
N.Y. City, '43— ; P. Grace St. Ch., Richmond, 
Va., '49-87 and P. E. '87—; Memb. 2d Coun- 
cil Pbn. Alliance, Philadelphia, '80; author, 
" Ruling Elders" (a paper). 

READ, John Jeremiah, Wapanucka, 
hid. 7>r.— Born, Hinds Co., Miss.; Stud, 
Synl. C, Miss.; Col. T. S., S. C, 1871; Lie, 
May 26, '70, Pby. of Mississippi; Ord. Dec, 
10, '7L Pby. of Brazos; P. E. Port Gibson, 
Miss., ''71; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Houston, Texas, 
'71; Supt. Spencer Academy, '76-81; My, ta 
the Chiekasaws, '81 — , 

RED, Wm. Stuart, Houston, Texas, 
—Born, Brenham, Tex.; Austin C,, B. A., 
1875; Div. Sch., Austin C, '87; Lie. April 8,, 
'87, Pby. of Central Texas; P. Navasota; 
Chap. A. and M. C; Prof, of Old Test. He- 
brew, Div. Sch., Austin C; Ed. Texas Pres- 
byterian; P. Hempstead and Columbia, Tex.; 
P, E. Houston, Tex.—. 

REED, James L., Daisy, Tenn. — Bom, 
Green Co., Tenn.; Ord. 1853, Pby. of Hy- 
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was received into Pby. of E. Alabama; S. S. 
Pleasant Grove, Lebanon, New Hannony, 
Mt. Pisgah and Lafayette, '(55-73; S. S. Pea 
River and Pleasant View, and Union, Ala., 
'73-75 and P. of same '75-86; in Va., '86-88; 
H. M. in Pbv. of E. Alabama, '88-89; S. S. 
Geneva, '89-90; author, "The Mode of 
Scriptural Baptism Demonstrated to be 
Sprinkling," (Pbn. Com. of Pub., Richmond, 
Va., 30c. ), 'S9; " Where is the Sin in Drink- 
ing and Drunkenness?" "What Kind of 
Wine Did Jesus Make?" "What Kind of 
Liquid to be Used in the Lord's Supper," 
(Pamphlet in 3 Chapters). 

REED, Riehapd C, 6oi Fatherland St., 
Nashville, Tenn. — Born, Soddv, Tenn.; 
King C, Tenn., M. A. and D. D.; Un. T. S., 
Va., 1876; Lie. May 4. '7fi, Pby. of Knox- 
ville; Ord. Sept., '76, Pby. of Memphis; P. 
Somers'ille, Tenn., '76-77; P. Village Ch., 
Smith ville, Va., '77-85; P. Franklin, Tenn., 
'85-89; P. 2d Ch., Charlotte, N. C, '89-92; 
P. Woodland St. Ch., Nashville, Tenn., 
'92—; author, "The Gospel Taught by Cal- 
vin," (Pbn. Com. of Pub., Richmond, Va.; 
Price, paper, 15c., cloth, 30c.); Chm. of Ex- 
ecutive Com. of F. INL 

REID, Benjamin Palmer, Pendleton, S. 
<r.— Born, Reidville, 8. C, Aug. 7, 1860; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A., '79; Stud. Prin. T. S. 
and Col. T. S., S. C; Lie. April, '85, Pby. of 
Enoree; Ord. May 7, "87, Pby. of Bethel; S. 
S. Antioc, Mt. Tabor and Woodruffs, S. C, 
'85-86; P. Bethesda, S. C, '87-93; S. S. Ker- 
shaw and Heath Springs, S. C, '93-95; P. 
Pendleton and S. S. Fort Hill, '96— 

REID, Robert Hardin, Reidville, S. C. 
—Born, Moflfattsville, S. C, July 17, 1821; 
Col. C, S. C, B. A., '46; Col. T. S., S. C, 
'49; Lie. '49, Ord. '50, Pby. of South Caro- 
lina; P. Anderson, S. C, '60-62; P. Naza- 
reth, S. C, '63-93; Founder of Reidville Fe- 
male C, '57, and Male High School; Pres. of 
Board of Trustees; Memb. Pby. of Enoree; 
Retired. 

REID, Samuel Irwin, Sylvania, Ark.— 
Born, Pittsburgh, Pa.; W. and J. C, Pa., B. 
A., 1842, M. A., '45; Stud. Wn. T. S., Pa.; 
Lie. '46, Pby. of Transylvania; Ord. '46, Pby. 
of Chickasaw; S. S. Oxford and Hopewill, 
Miss.; H. M. in Pby. of N. Mississippi; H. 
M. Pby. of Arkansas, '85 — . 

RENNIE, Joseph, Covington, A>.— Born, 
Richmon.l, Va.; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1886; 
Un. T. S., Va., '88; Lie. May, '87, Pby. of E. 
Hanover; Ord. June, '88, Pby. of Roanoke; 
P. Chase City, N. C, '88-iK); S. S. and P. 
Oxford, N. C, '89-92; P. Stuart Robison 
Mem. Ch., Louisville, Ky., '92-96; P. Madi- 
son Ave. Ch., Covington, Ky., '95 — . 

RENNIE, Joseph R., Amelia C. H., Va. 
— Memb. Pbv. of East Hanover; P. Amelia, 
Va.— . 

REYNOLDS, Wm. D., Jr., Seoul, Korea. 
—Memb. Pbv. of Norfolk; Mv. to Korea, 
Jan. 12, 1892—. 

RICE, Theron Hall, 75 Washington St., 
Atlanta, Ca.— Bom, Wetumpka, Ala.; S. W. 



Pbn. U., Tenn.. B. A., 1889; Un. T. S., Va., 
'92; Lie. May 11, '92, Pby. of Memphis; Ord. 
June 2, '92, I'by. of Chesapeake; P. 2d Pbn. 
Ch., Alexandria, Va., '92-96; Central Pbn. 
Ch., Atlanta, Ga., '96—. 

RICHARDS, Charles Malone, Mechan- 
icsville, S. C. — Born, Libertv Hill, S. C; Dav. 
C, N. C, B. A., 1892; CoI.'T. S., S. C, '96; 
Lie. April, '94, Ord. April, '96, Pby. of Har- 
mony; Tutor in Hebrew Col. T. S., '94-96; P. 
Hebron, Hephzibah, Pine Tree and Turkey 
Creek, S. C, '96—. 

RICHARDS, J. G,, Blenheim, S. C— 
Memb. Pbv. of Pee Dee; P. Blenheim and 
Reedv Creek, S. C. and S. S. Dunbar, S. 
C— .' 

RICHARDSON, James MeGavoek, 

Knoxville, Tenn. — Boon, Millwood, Va., 
March 16, 1861; Stud. H.-S. C, Va.; Un. T. 
S., Va., '83; S. S. Knoxville, Strawberry 
Plains and Dandridge, Tenn. — . 

RICHARDSON, Lee Hutehings, Hel- 
ena. Ark. — Born, Grenada, Miss.; S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn.; A. B., 1884, Un. T. S., Va., '87; 
Lie. June 14, '70, Ord. June, '70, Pby. of 
Memphis; P. Park Ave. (now Idlewild) Ch., 
Memphis, Tenn., '87-88; P. Trumansburg, N. 
Y.,' 88-92; P. Bardstown, Ky., '92-97; P. 
Helena, Ark., '97 — . 

RICHARDSON, William Hall, Gadsden, 
Ala. — Born, Louis\'ille, Ky.; \j. of Va., B. 
A., and U. of Berlin, Germany; Un. T. S., 
Va.; Ord. Pby. of S. Alabama; P. So. Frank- 
Un St. Ch., Mobile, Ala.; P. Uniontown, Ala.; 
P. Marion, Ala. ; P. Gadsden, Ala. — ; Prof, in 
Pbn. T. S., Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

RICHMOND, Charles Francis, Perry, 
310.— 'Rom, Monroe Co., Mo.; Wm. C, Mo., 

B. A., 1868; Stud. McC. T. S., Chicago, '87- 
88; Lie. April, '89, Ord. Sept. or Aug., '89, 
Pby. of Missouri; P. Auxvasse City and Au- 
gusta, Mo., '88-91; P. El Paso, Tex., '91-92; 
P. Perry and Florida, Mo., '93; P. Pern-, 
Florida and Stoutsville, Mo., '94; S. S. Perr>', 
Mo., Jan. '95 — . 

RIEVES, S. L., Helena, Ark.— ^tnd. S. 
W. Pbn. U., '89-90; P. Helena, Ark.—. 

RILEY, John R., Pickens, S. C— Born, 
Abbeville, S. C; S. C. C, B. A., 1864; New- 
bery C, D. D., '82; Col. T. S., S. C, '60; 
Lie. April, '60, Ord. Oct., '60, Pby. of South 
Corolina; P. Laurens C. H., '60-77; Prof, and 
Chm. of Facultv in Adger C, S. C, '77-83; 
P. Pickens. Cartnel and Mt. Pleasant, S. C, 
'83; P. Pickens and S. S. Mt. Pleasant and 
Central, S. C, '83-; Prof, in L. F. M. Pbn. 

C, '60-77, and some yrs. Pres. of same. 

RILEY, Robert Quitman, Mason, Tenn. 
— Bom, Kosciusko, Miss.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., B. A., 1892; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., '94; Lie. April, '94, Pby. of C. Missis- 
sippi; Ord. Nov., '94, Pby. of N. Mississippi; 
S. S. Byhalia, Mahon, Hudsonville, Spring 
Creek, Red Banks and Waterford, Miss., 
'94-. 

ROANE, Robert Arthur, Hampden- 
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S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 1891-94; Un. T. S., 
Va., '98; Lie. May 7, '96, Pby. of W. Han- 
over; Ord. June 19, '96, pi)y. of Roanoke; P. 
Lunenburgh C. H. and Ebenezer, Va., '97; 
S. S. Ebenezer, '97—. 

ROBERTSON, C. E., Gaffney, S. C— 
Bom, Montgomerv\ Ala., Feb. 16, 1864; Col. 
T. S., S. C, '94; Lie. June 27, '94, Ord. Sept. 
13, '94, Pby. of Enoree; P. Limestone Ch., 
Gaffney, S. C, Oet. 21, '94—; P. Spartan 
Mill Ch., Spartanburg, S. C, '94-97; S. S. Mt. 
Tabor, Salem and Clifton Chs. , Pby. of Eno- 
ree, for a time. 

ROBERTSON, G. F., Elizabethtown , Ky. 
—Born, Greeneville, Tenn.; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1878; Stud. Prin. T. S., '78-80; Lie. April 
21, '80, Pby. of Holston; Ord. Sept. 21, '80, 
Pbv. of Ouachita; P. Washington and Colum- 
bus, Ark., '80-81; S. S. Taylorsville, Ky., '81- 
82; Ev. in Pby. of Holston, '82-83; P. Rog- 
ersville, Tenn."^, '83-86; P. Morristown, Tenn., 
'86-89; P. Dalton, Ga., '89-91; Synl. Ev. in 
Ala., '91-94; P. Elizabethtov^m, Ky.,'95— . 

ROBERTSON, Johnston, San Angela, 
7>.i-.— Born, Belton, Tex.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., B. A., 1895; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., 
'96; Ord. Sept., '96, Pby. of Central Texas; 
P. San Angelo, Tex., '96—. 

ROBERTSON, Ivanhoe, Lost City, IV. 
Va. — Born, Summerset, Va.; H.-S. C, Va. , 

B. A., 1893; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '93-96; Lie. 
May 6, '96, Pby. of West Hanover; Ord. Nov. 
26, '96, Pby. of Wilmington; S. S. Lebanon, 
Va., '94; S. S. Burgan Group and P. E. Pike, 
Mt. Williams and Keith, '96-97; H. M. work 
in Pby. of Winehester, '97 — . 

ROBERTSON, Jerome Pillow, Martins- 
ville, Va. — Born, St. Franeis Co., Ark.; Ark. 

C, B. A., 1886, and M. A.; Div. Sch. Austin 
C, S. C. '88; Lie. May, '87, Ord. April, '88, 
Pby. of Central Texas; S. S. Caldwell, Yel- 
low Prairie and Hugh Wilson, Tex., '88-89; 
P. Belton, Tex., '89-95; P. Martinsville, Va., 
'95 — ; Trustee of Austin C. and Daniel Baker 
C. for several yrs. ; Chm. of Ev. Com. for 
Pby. of Central Texas for 3 yrs. 

ROBERTSON, Walter H., Warrenton, 
Fa.— Born, Amelia Co., Va.; Stud. U. of Va., 
Un. T. S., Va., 1880; Lie. '80, Pby. of Ab- 
ingdon; Ord. Pby. of East Hanover; P. Glou- 
cester, Va., '80-85, and S. S. of Hampton 
and Newport News, Va.; P. Warrenton and 
Litchfield, Va., '85—. 

BOBBINS, Frank Ernest, Beaumont, 
Tex.—Eorn, Matagorda, Tex.; H.-S. C.,Va., 
B. A., B. S., 1890; Un. T. S., Va., '95; Lie. 
May, '95, Pbv. of East Hanover; Ord. May, 
'96, Pby. of Eastern Texas; A. P. Windy Cove, 
Va., '95; S. S.. Beaumont, Va., '95-96; P. E. 
Jan., '96, to May, '96; P. May, '96—. 

ROBINSON, C. W., North Wilkesboro, 
N. <r.— Born, Marshall Co., Miss.; Dav. C, 
N. C. B. A., 1874; Col. T. S., S. C, '79; Lie. 
'78, Pby. of Concord; Ord. '79, Pby. of Louis- 
ville; P. Glasgow. Ky., '79-84; P. Sugar 
Creek, N. C, '84-87; P. Monroe, N. C-, '87- 
90; Chm. Publication, Trustee of Dav. C, 
N. C; P. Graham St. Pbn. Ch., Charlotte, N. 



C, '90-91; P. Gastonia, N. C, '91-93; P. 
Winston, N. C, '93-95; Chm. (Col.) Ev. 
work in Pby. of Orange; P. North Wilkes- 
boro, N. C, '95—. 

ROBINSON, G. S., Palestine, Tex.—^orx)., 
Craigville, S. C; Erskine C, S. C, B. A.; 
Erskine T. S., 1874; Lie. Nov., '74, Pby. of 
Bethel; Ord. May, '76, Pby. of Meeklenberg; 
P. Providence and Pineville, N. C, '76-82; 
P. Pineville and Pleasant Hill, N. C, '82-88; 
P. Bethel, S. C. '88-91; P. Bullock's Creek, 
S. C, '91-92; P. Central Ch. , Clarksburg, W. 
Va., '92-93; P. Coleman, Tex., '93-94; Memb. 
Pby. East Texas, '98—. 

ROBINSON, J. MeE., Bartlett, lex.— 
Born, Anderson, S. C, Oct. 15, 1833; Stud. 
Thalean Academy; Col. T. S., S. C, '61; Lie. 
May, '61, Pby. of South Carolina; Ord. '78, 
Pby. of Central Texas; S. S. several vacant 
Chs. in Pby. of South Carolina till '69; Chap, 
in C. S. Army for 1 yr., S. C; went to Texas 
'69 and joined Pby. of Central Texas. 

R;0BINS0N, Richard Arthur, Wil- 
lianistown, Mass. — Born, Robinson, Texas; 
Stud. U. of Va., B. A., 1879-82; Stud. Un. 
T. S., Va., '82-83; Un. T. S., N. Y.; Lie. 
June 13, '85, Ord. April 25, '86, Pby. of West 
Hanover; S. S. Cove, Va., '86-90; S. S. Rock- 
port, Va., '86-88; S. S. Lovingston, Amherst, 
Tye River and Riverside, Va., '88-90; P. Col- 
ley Mem. Pbn. Ch., Norfolk, Va. '90-97; P. 
1st Cong. Ch., Williamstown, Mass., '97 — . 

RODRIQUES, F. A., Campinas, Sao Palo, 
Brazil, S. A.—lsly. to Brazil, Nov. 21, 1882—. 

ROE, Alfred C, Dallas, Tex.— Bom, 
New York City; U. of N. Y. City, M. A., 
1846; Lie. and Ord. Sept. 2, '63, Pby. of 
North River; Proprietor and Tea. at Corn- 
wall on Hudson, '44-86; Chap, of Potomac 
Army '63-65; N. Y. City Mission, '66-70; S. 
S. North Ch., Geneva, N. Y., '71-73; P. 
Clyde, N. Y., '73—; Proprietor and Tea. 
Ladies' Sch., Cornwall on Hudson, '77-83; 
Prin. Berkeley Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
'83-89; Prin. N. Y. C. Institute for Girls, '89- 
96—. 

ROGERS, David Philip, Plum Branch, 
Fa.— Born, Prattville, Ala.; Oxford C, Ala., 
B. A., 1888; Un. T. S., Va , '93; Lie. May 28, 
'90, Ord. Nov. 3, '90, Pbv. of South Alabama; 
S. S. Geneva, Ala., '9U-91; P. Wetumpka, 
Ala., '91-92; P. New Concord group of Chs., 
Va.,'93— . 

ROGERS, Frank Ernest, Columbia, S. 
C— Born, Nixburg, Ala.; Oxford C, Ala., B. 
A.; Col. T. S., S. C, 1895; Lie Mav 22, '95, 
Pby. of South Alabama; Ord. Dec. 9, '96, Pby. 
of Lexington; Ev. of Pby. of Lexington; 
Now taking Post graduate course at Col. T. 

s., s. c— . 

ROLSTON, Holmes, Horton, W. Va. 
—Born, Chri.sman, Va.; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 
1892; Un. T. S. Va., '96; Lie. May 10, '94, 
Ord. May 11, '95, Pby. of Lexington; P. 
Westminster Ch., Horton, W. Va., with its 
9 outposts, '96 — ; Ev. of Dry Fork mission 
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ROSE, Henry B., Austin, Tex.— Born, 
Covington, Va.; W. C, Va., B. A., 1850; Un. 
T. S., Va., '6-4; Lie April, '64, Pby. of Mont- 
gomery; Ord. Sept., '58, Pby. of Greenbrier; 

5. S. Princeton, Va., '64-57; S. S. Camiel.Va., 
'68-67; S. S. Beaver Creek, Va., '67-74; H. 
M. work in Williamson and Burnet Cos., 
'74-81; S. S. Burnet and Leander, '81-86; P. 
Highland Ch., Austin, Tex., '93—. 

ROSE, John M., More:anton, A^.C— Bom, 
Favette\411e, N. C; U. of N. C; Dav. C, N. 
C.,"D. D., 1896; Un. T. S., Va., '73; Lie. June 

6, Pby. of Fayetteville; Ord. Dec. 7, '73, Pby. 
of East Hanover; P. Portsmouth, Va., '73- 
81; P. 2d Ch., Memphis, Tenn., '81-82; P. 
Goldsboro, N. C, '83-86; P. Greenville, S. 
C, '86-91; Gen. Ev. Syn. of N. C, '91-93; P. 
Morganton, N. C, '93 — . 

ROSEBOROUGH, James Williamson, 

Fulton, Mo. — Born, Sardis, Miss.; Wooffonl 
C, S. C, B. A.; Prin. T. S., 1877; Lie '77, 
Ord. '78, Pby. of North Mississippi; P. Water 
Valley and Hopewell, Miss., '77-79; P. Hope- 
well and Tallahatchie, Miss., '79-81; P. Cape 
Girardeau, Mo., '82-86; P. Palmvra, Mo., 
'85-87; Ev. Syn. of Mo. for 1 yr.; P. Colum- 
bus, Miss., '88-94; Ev. Syn. of Mo., '94—. 

ROSEBRO, J. W., Petersburg, F«.— Born, 
Iredell Co., N. C; Prin. U. 1869, M. A., '72; 
Un. T. S., Va., '73; W. and L. U., Va., D. D., 
'86; Lie. May, '72, Pby. of Concord; Ord. 
Aug., '73, Pby. of Lexington; P. Mossy Creek, 
Va., '73-82; P. Lewisburg, W. Va., '82-86; P. 
Petersburg, Va., '85 — . 

ROSSER, William Lesyard, Madison, 
Tenn. — Born, Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 29, 
1836; Stud. U. of Nashville, Tenn.; Prin. T. 
S., '69; Ord. Mav 20, '59, Pby. of Memphis; 
8. S. Mt. Vernon, '61-66; In C. S. A., '61-66; 
P. Franklin '65-69; S. S. Lewisburg and 
Cornersville '72-79; P. Hall Ch., '80; S. S. 
Mt. Vernon and Spring Creek, '81-83; P. 2nd 
Ch., Edgefield, '84-87; P. Junpud '87-91; S. S. 
Mt. Vernon and Spring Creek, '91-94; P, 
Madison and Hendersonville, '94r — . 

ROTHROCK, John Thomas, Milan, 
Tenn. — Born, Franklin, Tenn.; W. and M. 
C.,Va., B. A., '68; Un. T. S.,Va., '71; Lie 
June, '71, Ord. April, '76, Pby. of Columbia; 
S. S. Brick Church and Elk Ridge, Tenn., 
'72; S. S. Brick Church and Bethany, Tenn., 
'73-74; P. Lewisburg and Brick Church, '76-80; 
P. Trenton, Tenn., '80-94; S. S. Concord 
group of Chs., Tenn., '94 — . 

RODDEBUSH, G. S., Madison Station, 
Miss.—?,oxn, Goshen, O.; W. and J.C, Pa., 

B. A., '64, M. A., 57; Stud. Wn. T. S.,Pa., 
and Col. T. S., S. C; U. of Miss., D. D., '80; 
Lie. '60, Ord. '63, Pby. of Mississippi; Supt. 
Natchez Institute, '67-61; Pres. Oakland C, 
Miss., '70-74; Prof, of English in A. and M. 

C. Miss., '80-83; P. Crystal Springs, Miss.; 
For several yrs. Memb. Pby. of New Or- 
leans — . 

ROUT, Gelon H., Versailles, A>.— Bom, 
Mercer Co., Kv.; Centre C, Ky., M. A., '53, 

D. D., '82; Danville T. S., Ky., '62.; Lie. 61, 



Pby. of Transylvania; Ord. '62, Pby. of West 
Lexington; S. S., then P. Versailles, Ky., '62 — . 

ROWBOTHAM, Apthup, Dade City, Fla. 
— Born, London, Eng.; King's C, London; 
Athenee Royale, Ghent Belgium; Ord. July 
6, '92, Pby. of St. Johns; My. Congo Central 
Africa, '92-94; P. Dade City, Fla., '94—. 

RUFF, John, Monterey, Fa.— Born, Lex- 
ington, Va.; W. and L. U., Va., B. A., '74; 
Un. T. S., Va., '77; Lie April, '77, Ord. Nov, 
'77, Pby. of Montgomery; P. Peaks and S. S. 
Otterville, Montuale, Laural Grove, '77-90; 
P. Peaks and Montuale, Va., '90-97; P. Mon- 
terey group, Va., '97 — . 

RUFF, W. W., Tazewell, Va.-^\.\x^.^ . 
andL. U., Va.; Un. T. S., Va., '78; Lie. 
April 17, '80, Pby. of Montgomery; Ord. 

Pby ; P. Mexia and S. S. Oak Island, 

Tex., '82-84; P. Tazewell, Va.— . 

RUFFNER, Samuel T., Farmington, 
yV<7.— Born, Maiden, W. Va.; Center C, Ky., 
B. A.; Stud. Theol. privatelv; Lie April 
20, '72, Ord. May 26, '73, Pby. of Upper Mis- 
souri; P. Waverly, Higginsville, Odena and 
Fannington, Mo. — . 

RULE, John, Goshen, Ky.—Eorn Middle- 
sex Co., N. J.; Centre C, B. A., '61; Prin. T. 
S., '64; Lie. April 17, '63, Pby. of West Lex- 
ington; Ord. Sept. 4, '69, Pby. of Louis%dlle; 
S. S. Goshen, Ky., '66-66; S. S. Millersburg 
and Carlisle, Ky., '66-68; S. S. Goshen, Ky., 
'68-69 and P. of same '69-81; S. S. W^est- 
port, Ky., '82-86; S. S. Lagrange, Ky., 82-83; 
M. work of Goshen, Ky., along Ohio River, 
'96— 

RUMPLE, JethPO, Salisbury, N. C. 
—Born, Cabairus Co., N. C; Dav. C, N. C, 

B. A., '60; U. of N. C, D, D., "6±, Stud. CoL 
T, S., S. C, '54-66; Lie. July 31, '56, Ord. 
Jan. 9, '57, Pby. of Concord ;S. S. Pro\adence 
and Sharon, N. C, '66-60; P. Salisbury, N. 

C, '60 — ; Mod. Pbj'. of Concord four times; 
Clerk and Treas. Pby. of Concord; Mod. of 
Syn. of N. C; Coms. of Gen. Assembly five 
times; Trustee Dav. C, N. C, '61—; Trustee 
of Un. T. S.. Va., '62—; Pres. Regents Orph- 
ans' Home, Syn. of N. C. 

RUSSELL, Geo. Alexander, Gainsville, 
Tex.— Born, Alamanu Co., N. C; Un. T. S., 
Va., '67; Lie. Sept. '57, Pbv. of Orange; Ord. 
'69, Pby. of Favetteville; S'. S. Carthage and 
Union, N. C, '68-69; P. of same '69-63; P. 
Summerville, N. C, 63-67; P. Summerville, 
Tenn., '67-70; P. Brownsville, Tenn., '70-79; 
P. Franklin, Tenn., '79-86; P. Westminster, 
Ch., Nashville, Tenn., '86-87; P. Wesson, 
Miss., '87-91; P. McKinney, Tex., '91-96; P. 
Gainsville, Tex., '96— 

RUSSELL, James, Blackstock, S. C. 
— Born, Abordeen, Scotland; Glasgow Me- 
chanic Institute; Ord. April 1, '94, Pbv. of 
Bethel; S. S. Lebanon, S. C, '94-97; Ev. of 
Pby. of Bethel, '97—. 

RUSSO, Chpistophep, 2218 St. Thomas 
St., New Orleans, La. — Born, Italv; Lie. and 
Ord. Sept. 4, 1894, Pby of New Orleans; Ev. 
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RUTHERFORD, Edwin Hubbard, 
Paris, Ky. — Born, Brownsville, Tenn.; Han- 
over C.,Ind., M. A., '64; Win. C, Mo., D. D., 
'73; Dan. T. S., Ky., '57; Lie July, '56, Pby. of 
Western District; Ord. '57, Pby. of Central 
Mississippi; P. 1st Pbn. Sn., Vicksburg, 
Miss., '57-66; P. Tabb St. Pbn. Ch., Peters- 
burg, Va., '66-72; P. Grand Ave. Pbn. Ch., 
St. Louis, Mo., '73-87; P. 2nd Pbn. Ch., 
Paris, Ky., '87—. 

RYLAND, Xenophon, Lexington, Mo. 
— Born, Lafayette Co., Mo.; Stud. Lav? under 
his father; Ord. Nov. 10, 1892, Pby. of La- 
fayette; Syn. Ev. of Missouri — . 



SADLER, Wm. Weston, Monticello, S. 
C. — Born, Essie, S. C; Erskine C, S. 
C; Col. T. S., S. C, 1897; Lie. June 22, 
'96, Pby. of South Carolina; Ord. Dec. 11, 
'97, Pby. of Bethel; S. S. Hamiony, Allen- 
dale, Boiling Springs, Beech Island and Lang- 
ley, S. C; S. S. Mt. Pleasant, S. C, Feb. 1 
to May 15, '97; P. Mizpah and Salem, S. C, 
'97—. 

SAILES, J. T., Belton, 7>.;tr.— Memb. 
Pby. of Central Texas; P. Belton, Tex.—. 

SAMPLE, E. A., Hendersonville, N. C. 
— Born, Mecklenburg Co., N. C; Bait. Den. 
C, Md., D. D.S., '69; Col. T. S., S. C, '81; 
Lie. March, '85, Ord. Aug., '85, Pby. of Meck- 
lenburg; P. Franklin and Morrison, N. C, 
'85-89; S. S. Long Creek, Shiloh, King's 
Mountain and Hephzibah, N. C, '89-92; P. 
Hendersonville and Mills River, N. C, '92- 
96; My. and S. C. of Pby. of Ashevile, '96—; 
Prin. of Ochlawaha Sch. for Young Ladies, 
Hendersonville, N. C. 

SAMPLE, William Osear, B}yson, Tenn. 
— Born, Rankin, N. C; Erskine C, S. C, B. 
A., 1889; Un. T. S., Va.,'94; Lie. May, '94, 
Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ord. Sept., '94, Pby. 
of Columbia; S. S. Bethany, Swan Creek and 
Young's Chapel, N. C, '94—. 

SAMPSON, Thornton, Tk., Sherman, Tex. 
— Born, Hampden-Sidney, Va. , Oct., 1852; 
H.-S. C, Va., B. A.; Dav. C, N. C, D. D., 
'94; Stud. U. of Va., '72-73. Stud. Un. T. S., 
Va. , Edinburgh New C, 1 yr.; Leipzig, '75- 
77; Lie. April, '78, Ord. Aug., '78, Pby. of 
East Hanover; My. in Athens, Thessalonica 
(Greece and Turkev), '78-92; Sec. F. M. for 
Syn. of N. C, '92-94; Pres.^ssemoly's Home 
and Sch., Fredericksburg, Va., '94-97; Pres. 
Austin C, Tex., '97 — ; Author, "Commen- 
tary on the Epistle to the Galatians " (in 
Greek ) ; Trans. ' ' Form of Government ' ' into 
modern Greek. 

SAUNDERS, A. P., Sherman, Tex.— Re- 
ceived degree of D. D. ; Memb. Pby. of East 
Hanover; Chan. Fredericksburg, Va. — . 

SAUNDERS, James Newton, Bloom- 
field, Aj.— Bom, Nicholas Co., Ky., April 
29, 1818; Han. C, Ind., '42; B. A., M. A., D. 
D.; Later Stud. McC. T. S., Chic.igo, 8 yrs., 
Lie. May 6, '46, Pby. of Salem; Ord. May 7, 
'47, Pbv. of Louisville; P. Goshen and Mid- 
dletowfi, Kv., '47-50; P. Evansville, Ind., 



'50; P. Bloomfield and Big Spring, Ky., '52- 
78; Author, "Memoir of Dr. Stuart Robin- 
son " (Pbn. Com. of Pub., Richmond, Va. ); 
"Centennial address at Harrodsburg " and 
" Big Spring Ch." (Pub. in Pham.); 80 yrs. 
old and still able to preach. 

SAUNDERS, Miles, SpHngfield, Ky. 
— Born, Greensburg, Ind.; Centre C, Ky., 

B. A., 1857; Wm. C, Mo., D. D., '78; Dan- 
ville, T. S., Ky.; Lie '59, Pby. of Louisville; 
Ord. '60, Pby. of Transylvania; P. Springfield 
and Pleasant, Ky., 18 yrs.; P. Sprin^eld, 
Ky., 36 yrs.; Supplying Mission Ch. at his 
own charges. 

SAVAGE, Wm. T., Gersham, Miss.—S. 

C. College; Col. T. S., S. C; Memb. North 
Mississippi Pby. about 20 yrs.; Memb. Pby. 
of Chickasaw; S. S. Banner, Oak Forest and 
Monroe, Miss.; Over 80 yrs. of age; "He 
preached to the very poor. ' ' 

SCOTT, John A., Uniontown, Ala. 
—Born, Halifax C. H., Va.; W. and L. U., 
Va.; H.-S. C, Va.; Un. T. S., Va., 1874; Lie 
April 20, '74, Pby. of Winchester; Ord. Oct., 
'74, Pby. of Chesapeake; P. Warrenton and 
Salem, Va., '74-81; P. Hat Creek, Va., '81- 
89; P. Point Pleasant, W. Va., '89-93; P. 
Uniontown, Ala., '93 — . 

SCOTT, Lytleton Edmunds, Marion, 
Ala.—^oxy\, Halifax C. H., Va., March 1, 
1855; H.-S. C, Va., '74, Tea., '74-96; Un. T. 
S., Va., '77; Lie. April 26, '79, Pby. of Win- 
chester; Ord. Nov. 14, '79, Pby. of East 
Hanover; S. S. Suffolk, Hampton and Berke- 
ley, Va., '85-92; S. S. Marion Junction and 
Fairview, Ala., '92 — . 

SCOTT, William N., Galveston, Texas. 
—Bom, Halifax Co., Va.; W. and L. U.,Va., 
1868; Centre C, Ky., D. D., '86; Un. T. S., 
Va., '72; Lie. May, '72, Pby. of Winchester; 
Ord. Oct., '72, Pby. of East Hanover; P. 
Hanover, Va., '72^75; P. 3d Pbn. Ch., Rich- 
mond, Va., '75-82; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Galves- 
ton, Tex,, '82—. 

SCOTT, W. S., San Marcos, 7>.ar.— Memb. 
Pby. of Western Tex.; Ev. in Texas — . 

SCROGIN, George B., Pee Wee Valley, 
Ky. — Born, Nicholasville, Ky.; S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn., B. A.; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn.; Laf. C, Pa., B. S.; Pbn. T. S., San 
Francisco, Cal., '90; Col. T. S., S. C, '91; 
Ev. course at Mr. Moody's Sch. and Sem., 
both at North Field, Mass. and Chicago; 
Ord. Pby. of Louisville; Ev. in Ky., Tenn., 
La., Tex., Montana, Idaho, Wash., Oregon 
and Calif., etc.; Ass't in Mr. Moody's Ev. 
tent work in Chicago. 

SCUDER, Henry Martyn, Carlisle, Ky. 
—Born, Princeton, N. J.; Centre C, Ky., M. 
A., 1855; Central U., D. D., '75; Danville T. 
S., '58; Lie. '57, Ord. '58, Pby. of Ebenezer; 
P. EHzaville, Ky., 40 yrs.; P. Carlisle, Ky., 
27 yrs.—. 

SEABROOK, Josiah McLeod, Greens- 
boro, N. C— Born, James Island, S. C; Dav. 
C, N. C, B. A., 1877; Col. T. S., S. C, '80; 
Lie. April, '80, Pby. of Charleston; Ord. Oct. 
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Willianisville, S. C, '80-84; P. Seneca and 
Richland, S. C, '84-88; P. James Island, S. 
C, '88-92; P. Buffalo, Midway and Bethel, 
N. C, '92—. 

SECHREST, William Jaspep, New 

Orleans, La.— Born, High Point, N. C; Un. 
T, S., Va., 1891; Lie. April 20, Ord. Sept. 
16, '93, Pby. of Eastern Texas; S. S. Water- 
ford, Faith's Chapel, Purdellville and Ben- 
nett's School House, Va., '91-92; S. S. Rusk, 
Jacksonville, Alto, New Birmingham and 
Lufkin, Tex., '92-93; S. S. Rusk, Alto, Ruf- 
kin, Corrigan and Moscow, Tex., '93-94; S. 
S. Nacogdoches, Livingston, Lufkin, Mos- 
cow and Corrigan, Tex., '94-96; P. Orange, 
Tex., '96-97; P. 3d Ch., New Orleans, La., 
'97—. 

SEE, Charles Sidney Matthews, 

Stover, Va. — Born, Pocahontas Co. , Va. ; W. 
and L. U., Va., B. A.; Un. T. S., Va., 1856; 
Lie. June 14, '66, Ord. Nov. 20, '66, Pby. of 
Lexington; P. Tinkling Spring, '66-70; My. 
in Barbour and Randolph Cos., \V. Va., '70- 
71, P. Monterey, Pisgah and Crab-bottom, 
Va., '71-81; P. Cleburn, Tex., '81-85; P., 
Milford, Tex., '86-92; S. S. Buckhannon, W. 
Va., 2 yrs.; P. Stover, Va., '94—. 

SEMPLE, Samuel, Little Rock, Ark. 
—Born, Co. Tyrone, Ireland; Prin. C, B. A., 
1891; M. A., '97; McC. T. S., Chicago, '94; 
Ord. June 23, '94. Pby. of Duluth; P. 
Glen Avon, Duluth, Minn., '94-95; P. 2d 
Pbn. Ch., Little Rock. Ark. '95—. 

SEXTON, Jas. W., Ennis, Texas. 
Born, Wytheville, Va.; H.-S. C, Va.; Un. T. 
S., Va., 1876; Lie. April, '76, Pbv. of Abing- 
don; Ord. April, '77, Pby. of Brazos; S. S. 
Huntsville, Willis and Waverly, Texas, '77- 
'78; P. Brvan, '79-85; P. Longview, Texas, 
'85-90; P. Bryan, Texas, '91-92; Bremond and 
Calvert, Texas, '93-94; S. S. Brenham, Gay 
Hill and Hempstead, Texas, '94-95; P. En- 
nis, Texas, '95 — . 

SHAW, Angus Robertson, Henderson, 
N. C— Born, Havwood, N. C, Dec. 6, 1858; 
Un. T. S., Va.; Prin. T. S., '87; Ord. Sept. 
28, '87; P. Carthage Ch., Fayetteville, N. C, 
'89-90; Ev. Pby. of Favetteville, '90-92; Ev. 
Pby. of Central Texas, '92-93; P. 2d Ch., 
Waco, Texas, '9.3; Memb. Pby. of Fort 
Worth; P. Cleburne, Tex—. 

SHAW, Colin, Kinston, N. C— Bom, 
Aug. 16, 1812; U. of N. C, B. A., '39; Col. 
T. S., S. C; Stud. Un. T. S.,Va., '38-39; Lie 
March 27, '41, Ord. Dec. 19, '41, Pbv. of 
Fayetteville; P. Black River Chap., '41-48; 
S. S. Howe, South River, etc., '49-62; S. S. 
Moore's Creek, Keith, etc., '66-78; Ev. '79- 
80; S. S. Moore's Creek, etc., '81—; Memb. 
Pby. of Wilmington — . 

SHAW, John Sumter, Sandifer, N. C. 
—Born, Amite Co., Miss.; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1873; Un. T. S., Va., '76; Lie. April, '76, 
Pby. of New Orleans; Ord. April, '77, Pby. 
of Mississippi; P. Rodney and Bethel, Miss., 
'76-79; P. of Fayette and Pine Ridge, Miss., 
'79-89; P. Winona, Miss., '89-91; P. Minden 
and Delhi. La., '91-96; P. Paw Creek, '96—. 



SHAW, Matthew B., Jackson, La. 
— Born, Oakland College, Miss., Oct. 15, 
1840; Oakland C, Miss., B. A., '60; Stud. 
Theol. privately; Lie. Oct., '72, Pby. of Oua- 
chita; Ord. '74, Pby. of Louisiana; P. Clin- 
ton, La. and S. S. Comite, La., '74-89; P. 
Jackson, La. and Centreville, Miss., '89 — ; 
Pres. Board of Trustees of Silliman Female 
Institute, '75 — ; S. C. Pby. of Louisiana for 
20 years; Capt. in C. S. A. 

SHAW, Richard James, Sardis, Miss. 
—Born, Liberty, Miss.; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. 
U.,Tenn., 1887; Lie. '86, Ord. '87, Pby. of 
Mississippi; P. Lebanon, Bethesda and Ray- 
mond, Miss., '88-90; P. Sands Springs, Long 
Creek and Springsport, Miss., '91-93; P. 
Sardis, Batesville, Courtland and Long 
Creek, Miss., '94 — . 

SHAW, W. M., Southport, N. C— Bom, 
N. C; Stud. Dav. C, N. C, 1878, and Va. 
Mil. Inst.; Stud. Theol. privatelv; Lie. .\pril, 
'91, Pby. of Wilmington; Ord. Jan. 6, '92; P. 
Bethpage and Gilwood, '92-98; Ev. Pby. of 
Wilmington in the County of Brunswick, N. 
C, '98—. 

SHEARER, John Bunyan Davidson, N. 
C. — Born, Appomattox Co., Va.; H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., 1851, D. D., '73; U. of Va., M. 
A., '54; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., LL. D., '89; 
Un. T. S., Va., '58; Lie. April, '57, Pby. of 
West Hanover; Ord. '59, Pby. of Orange; S. 
S. Bethlehem and Concord, Va., '57-58; P. 
Chapel Hill, N. C, '58-62; Spring Hill and 
Mt. Carmel, Va., '62-70; Tea. High Sch., 
Chester Springs, Va., '65-70; Pres. and Prof. 
Bibl. Instruction in Stewart C. and S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., '70-79; Prof. Hist, and Bibl. 
Instmction in S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '79-88; 
Pres. and Prof, of Bibl. Instruction Dav. C. , 
N. C, '88— ; author, "Bible Course Svlla- 
bus," (B. F. Johnson Pub. Co., $1.50),' '85. 

SHEARER, James W., St. Louis, Mo. 
—Bom, Oct. 4, 1840; Stud. H.-S. C, Va.; 
Un. T. S., Va., '62; Lie April 18, '70, Pby. 
of Roanoke; Ord. May 12, Pby. of East Or- 
ange; S. S. Madison, '71; S. S. Wentworth 
and Leaksville, '72; P. Gallatin, Nashvnlle 
Pby., '73-74; P. Libertv Corner, Elizabeth, 
N. J. Pby., '76-78; Ev. '79; P. Huntington, 
Greenbrier Pbv., '80-82; P. 1st Ch., De Land, 
Fla., '83-84—.' 

SHEPPARD, W. H., Luebo, Congo Free 
State, Africa. — Bom, Waynesboro, Va., 1863; 
Tuscaloosa Inst., 4 yrs.; " F. R. G. S.;" Lie. 
Pby. of Tuskaloosa; Ord. June 24, '83, Pby. 
of Atlanta; P. Zion Ch., Atlanta, Ga., '88-90;, 
My. to Africa, Dec. 9, '90—. 

SHERRARD. John L., Afton, Fa.— Bom,. 
Bloomerv, W. Va.. Jan. 21, 1843; W. and L. 
U.,Va.; Stud. Un. T. S.,Va., '74-77; Lie. April^, 
'77, Ord. Sept., '49, Pby. of Winchester; S.. 
S. and My. Petersburg, W. Va. and vicinity,, 
and P. E. Zion Ch., '79-82; P. Lebanon, 
Va.— . 

SHEWMAKER, William Orpheus, 

Georgetown, Ky. — Bom, Mitchellsburg, Ky.; 
Central U., Ky., B. A., 1889; Prin. T. S., '92; 
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ington; Ev. in Ky., '92-96; P. Georgetown, 
Ky., '96—. 

SHIELDS, Malcolm MeGilvapy, Gas- 
tonia, N. C— Bom, Moore Co., N. C; U. of 
N. C, B. A., 1896; Stud. Un T. S., Va.; Lie 
April 11, '91, Ord. May 23, '91, Pby. of Fay- 
etteville; P. Union, Cameron and Cypress, 
'91-92; My. Pby. of Orange, '92-95; P. Bur- 
lington, N. C, '95-97; P. Gastonia, N. C, 
'97—; Mod. Pby. of Fayetteville, Sept., '92; 
Mod. Pby. of Orange, April, '94; Chm. of H. 
M. Com. in Pby. of Orange, '94-97. 

SHIPLEY, Geopge Wilbur, Laurel, Md. 
— Born, Harman's, Md., Nov. 27, 1868; Stud. 
Dick. C, Pa.; Stud. Un. T. S., Va.; Ord. Oct. 
2, '92, by Bp. C. H. Fowler; Received by the 
Pby. of Maryland as an ordained minister 
from the M. E. Ch., May 11, '96; P. Laurel, 
Md., '96—. 

SHIVE, Benjamin W\2in,Campbellsville, 
Ky. — Born, Chickasaw Co., Miss.; Ark. C, 

B. A., 1885; Stud. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '87- 
88; Un. T. S., Va., '92; Stud. Free Ch. C. 
(U. P.) and U. of Edinburg, Scotland; Lie 
June, '92, Pby. of Arkansas; Ord. Sept., '92, 
Pbv. of Columbia; P. Lewisburg and Beth 
Berei, Tenn., '92-95; P. 2d Ch., Augusta, Ga., 
'95-97; P. Campbellsville and Bethel, Ky., 
'97—. 

SHIVE, J. H., Minden, Z,a.— Stud. S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn.; S. S. Minden, Arcadia and 
Homer, La. — . 

SHIVE, Rufus Washington, Wortham, 
Tex.—^orn, Old Sandy Ridge, N. C; U. of 
Miss., M. A., 1868; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C; 
Lie. April, '58, Ord. Aug. '63, Pby. of Chick- 
asaw; P. Somerville, Moulton, Decatur, Pal- 
myra and Union Springs, Ala. ; P. Friendship 
and Houston, Miss. ; P. Munroe, Oak Forest 
and Serapta, Miss. ; P. Searcy, Searcy Valley, 
Waddel, Des Arc, Watensas, De Vall's Bluff, 
Lonoke, Ark.; P. Campbell, Nazareth, Eu- 
reka, Midway, Mart, Blue Ridge, Kosseeand 
Wortham, Tex.—; Colp. for Syn. of Texas, 
2 yrs. ; Colp. for Syn. of Ark., 5 yrs. 

SHIVE, Walter E., Delhi, Za.— Born, 
Guilford Co., N. C, Feb. 9, 1856; Dav. C, N. 

C, Tea.; Un. T. S., Va., '82; Lie. April, '83, 
Pby. of Central Texas; My. in Central Texas, 
'83-84; S. S. Delhi, Alto, Archibald, Union 
and Rayville, La. 

SHOLL, C. S., Avondale, Ala.—S. W., 
Pbn. U., Tenn.. B. A.; Div. Sch.S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn.; Lie and Ord. July 1, '96, Pby. of 
North Alabama; P. Avondale, Ala., July 1, 
'96—. 

SHOPOFF, D. J., Rockford, Fa.— Born, 
Bulgaria, Europe; How. U., T. S., D. C, 
1887; Lie. and Ord. April 11, '87, Pby. of 
Chesapeake; P. Grove and Hartwood, Va. ; 
Ev. in Bulgaria; Memb. Pby. of Chesa- 
peake — . 

SHOTWELL, Albert, Asbury Park, N.J. 
— Born, Rahwav, N. J.; Gwinnett Inst., Ga., 
1846; Col. T. S.'. S. C, '49; Lie. April, Ord. 
Oct., '49, Pbv. of Flint River; P. West Pomt, 
Ga., '49-54; P. 2d Ch., Covington, Ky., '55- 
57; Agt. Am. Bible Soc. for So. Missouri, '57- 



69; Agt. of same Soc. Eastern Tex., '69-60; 
Ev. in Texas, '60-69; P. Somerville, Tenn., 
'70-73; Preaching as opportunity off ers, '84 — ; 
Ed, Memphis Presbyterian, '72—74; Co-Ed. 
St. Louis Presbyterian, '74-80; Sec. Pbn. Pub. 
Co., '74-84. 

SIBLEY, Julian S., 44 Stonewall St., At- 
lanta, Ga. — Born, Columbus, Ga.; Ersk. C, 
S. C, B. A., 1887; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky.' '96; 
Lie. April, '96, Pby. of Louisville; Ord. Oct. 
7, '96, Pby. of Upper Missouri; P. Lawson, 
Mo., andS. S. Bethel, Mo., '96-97; S. S. Beu- 
lah, Ky., '94-96; S. S. Boston, Ky., '96-96; 
P. Wallace Pbn. Ch., Atlanta, Ga., '97—. 

SILER, Eugene L., Lexiiigton, Miss. 
—Born, Frankhn, N. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., '87; Un. T. S., Va., '90; Lie May 15, '90, 
Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ord. Aug. 29, '90; 
Pby. of Central Texas; P. Caldwell, Tex., 
'90-93; S. S. Sharon, N. C, '93; P. Wades- 
boro and Morven, N. C, '94-97; P. Lexing- 
ton and Durant, Miss., '97—; S. C. of Pby, 
of Mecklenburg, '95-97. 

SILER, Jesse Weimar, Davenport, N. C. 
—Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1885; Stud. Un. T. 
S., Va., '85-88; Ord. '87; P. Charlotte, N. 
C, 2 yrs.; Memb. Pby. of Mecklenburg; P. 
Providence and Banks, N. C. — . 

SIMPSON, F. T., Aonia, Ga.—Eorn, 
Wilkes Co., Ga.; Prin. C, B. A. and M. A., 
1853; Col. T. S., S. C, '62; Lie, '61, Ord., '62, 
Pby. of Hopewell; S. S. Damelsville and 
Sandy Creek, '62-63; P. Appling and Bethany, 
'63-86; P. South Liberty and Lincolnton, 
'69 — ; Commissioner of Schools, '70 — . 

SIMPSON, Leonard Archibald, Elber- 
ton,Ga.—^OTn, Marietta, Ga.; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A. and M. A., '76; Col. T. S., S. C, '79; 
Lie April, '79, Pby. of South Carolina; Ord. 
Aug., '80, Pby. of Athens; P. Clarksville, 
'79-97; Toccoa '79-94; P. Elberton, Ga., '97-. 

SIMPSON, L. R., Forest City, Ark.— "Born, 
Boonville, Mo., 1860; Ord. Dec. 24, '96; P. 
Forest City, Wynne and Thompson's Chapel, 
Ark., '96—. 

SIMPSON, William Thomas, Tulla- 
homa, Tenn.— Born, Euf aula, Ala. ; Vander- 
buildt U. , Tenn. , B. A. ; S. W. Pbn. U. , Tenn. , 
B. A.; Div. Sch.. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.; Lie. 
April 18, '96, Ord. Nov. 8, '96, Pby. of Nash- 
\'ille; S. S. and P. Tullahoma and Decherd, 
Tenn., '96—. 

SIMRALL, Thos. Smith, Sweet Springs, 
Mo.— Born, Shelby Co., Kv.; St. James C, 
Ky.; Un. T. S. Va., '81; Lie June 15, '81, 
Ord. April, '82, Pby. of West Lexington; P. 
Troy Ky., '82-86; P. Keytersville, Mo., '86- 
88; S. S. Cahfornia, Mo., '88-93; S. S. Sweet 
Springs, Mo. , and P. 1st. Ch. Pettis, '93—. 

SINGLETON, Horace Leonard, New 
York, N. F.— Born Portsmouth, Va., Dee 
27, 1833; Amh. C , Mass., '55; Prin. T. S., 
'59; Ord. Ev. Sept. 15, '60, Pby. of Upper 
Missouri; S. S. Chillicothe, Mo., '60-62; P. 
E. Broadway Ch., Baltimore, Md., '62-63; 
P E Bel Air, '63-64; Baltimore, Md., '64-65; 
P. Wilmington, N. C, '66-71, Ed. Good 
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Res., N. Y. City, '80; Memb. Pby of Mary- 
land — . 

SINNOTT, William Isadore, Columbi- 
ana, Ala. — Born, Mobile, Ala.; U. of Miss. , B. 
A., 1877; Prin. U.. M. A., '82; Stud. Prin. T. 
S., '80-82; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '82-83; Lie 
Ma)' 8, '82, Pbv. of Central Mississippi; 
Ord. Jan. 2S, '84. Pbv. of Chickasaw; P. 
Hopewell and Tallahatchie, Miss., '84-87; P. 
Carniel and Piedmont, Ala., '91-93; P.Col- 
umbiana, .\la., '92 — ; S. S. Durant, Madison 
and Mount Hermon, Miss., '82; S. S. Cum- 
berland and Jamestown, Va., '82-83; S. S. 
Hopewell, Tallahatchie and Philadelphia, 
Miss., '83-8 1; S. S. Banner, Miss., '84-87; S. 
S. 2d Ch., Birmingham, Ala., '87-89; S. S. 
Columbiana, Calera, Childersburg and Har- 
pers\alle, Ala., '89-91; S. S. Calera, Mun- 
ford and New Lebanon, Ala., '94-97; S. S. 
Oxmoor, Ala., '96-97; S. S. Montevallo, 
Ala., '9(5-97; S. C. Pby. of North CaroHna, 
'88—; S. C. Svn. of Alabama, '92—. 

SLAYMAKER, W. A., Berkly, Va.— 
Memb. Pby. of Norfolk; P. Armstrong Mem. 
Ch., Berkly, Va— . 

SLOAN, Joseph Milton, Alderson, IV. 
Va. — Born, Humboldt, Tenn.; U. of Miss., 
B. A., '83; Un. T. S., Va., 70; Lie April 9, 
'76, Ord. Oct. 5, '76, Pbv. of Western Dis- 
trict; P. Ripley, Tenn., '76-85; P. Hunting- 
ton. W. Va., '85-93; Ev. of Pby. of Green- 
brier, '94-96; P. Alderson, W. Va., and Ev. 
of Syn. of Va., '^i;. 

SMITH, Arthur J., Savaimah, Ca.— Ord. 
Classis R. C. A., (Dutch); A. P. Bethany 
Ch., Philadelphia; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Savan- 
nah, Ga — . 

SMITH, Edward Andrew, Booneville, 
Miss.— Born, Chulahoma, Miss.; Stud. U. 
of Miss., 2 yrs; Lie '90, Ord. '92, Pby. of 
Chickasaw; S. S. Buena Vista and Monroe, 
Miss., '91-92; P. Rilev, Walnut Creek and 
Park's Chapel, Mi.ss.,' "92-95; S. S. Chaly- 
beate Springs and Dumas, Miss., '92-95; S. 
S. Booneville, Baldwyn, Satillo and New 
Hope, Miss., '96 — . 

SMITH, Edward Everett, 3/8 Vance SI., 
Aleniphis, Te^m. — Born, Mexico, Mo.; State 
U. of Mo.. '85, Wm. C, Mo.. B. A., '90, M. 
A.. '93; McC. T. S.. Chicago, '93; Lie. '91, Pby. 
of Missouri; Ord. '94, Pby. of Central Texas; 
S. S. Keytesville, Mo., '90-92; P. E. St. 
Charles, Mo., "93-94; P. Brownwood, Tex., 
'94-96; S. S. Paris, Tex., '96-97; S. S. Lst 
Pbn. Ch., Memphis, Tenn., '97—. 

SMITH, E. GeddingS, Greensboro, Ga. 
—Born, Alston, S. C; Dav. C, S. C, B. A., 
'76; Col. T. S., S. C, '79; Lie. April, '78, 
Ord. May 31, '80, Pby. of Harmony; P. 
Hopewell, Moss Bluff, S. C, '80-90; Madi- 
son and Greensboro, Ga., '90-93; P. Greens- 
boro and S. S. Penfield, Ga., '93—. 

SMITH, Egbert Watson, Greensboro, 
N. C. — Born, Greensboro, N. C, Jan. 15, 
1862; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., '82, D. D., '94; 
Un. T. S.,Va., '86; Lie. Mav,"8(i, Ord. Oct. 2, 
'86, Pby. of Orange; A. P. Greensboro, N. C, 
'86-87; P. Westminster P])n. Ch., Greens- 



boro, N. C. '87-90; Ev. Syn. of N. C, '90-92; 
Supt. of vSynl. Ev. work, '92-93; A. P. 1st 
Pbn. Ch., Greensboro, N. C, '93-97, and P. 
'97—. 

SMITH, Hector Campbell, Erata, Miss. 
— Born, Erata, Miss.; Stud. Oakland C. and 
Lagrange C, Tenn.; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C; 
Lie. '63, Ord. '65, Pby. of East INIississippi; 
S. S. Good Hope, Pisgah, Pendleton and 
Paulding, Miss., '66-71; P. Good Hope and 
Pendleton, Miss., '71-74; S. S. Good Hope, 
Augusta, Shiloh, Enon, Hattiesburg and Mc- 
Donald's Mills., Miss., '75; S. S. Good Hope 
and Pendleton, Miss., and other points, '76- 
80; S. S. DeKalb, Bloomfield and Pleasant 
Springs, Miss., '80-81; S. S. Good Hope, 
Saundersville, Heidleburg and Pisgah, Miss., 
'81-84; S. S. Leakesville, Vernal and Salem, 
Miss., '84-85; S. S. Erata, Pisgah, Liberty, 
Good Hope, Philadelphus, Leakesville, Ver- 
nal and Salem, Miss., 85-86; S. S. Good 
Hope, Erata, Pisgah, Liberty, Miss., '87; S. 
S. Good Hope, Erata, Pisgah, Liberty, 
W^aynesboro and Philadelphus, Miss. , '97 — . 

SMITH H. M., Coleman, 7>.r.— Memb. 
Pby. of Central Texas; S. S. Coleman and 
Santa Anna, Texa.s — . 

SMITH, J. C, Tipton, Fa.— Memb. Pby. 
of Abingdon — ; Colp. Syn. of Virginia — . 

SMITH J. Kinsey, ML Washington, Md.^ 

SMITH, James M., Itasca, Tex.—Eom, 
Mt. Olive, Miss.; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., B. 
A., '78; Un. T. S., Va.. '80; Lie. April, '80, 
Ord. Oct. '80, Pby. of INIississippi; S. S. Rod- 
ney and Bethel, Miss., '80-81; S. S. Enon, 
Salem and Vernal, Miss,, '81-82; S. S. Past 
Christian, Miss.. '83-85; S. S. Hattiesburg, 
Shiloh, Ellisville and Enon, Miss., '86-93; S. 
S. Cisco, Tex., '94; S. S. Itasca, Grandview 
and Files Valley, Tex., '95—. 

SMITH. James Power Richmond, Va. 
—Born, New Athens, Julv 4, 1837, Jeff. C, 
Pa., B. A., '57; H.-S. C, Va., D. D.; Un. T. 
S., Va,, '61; Lie. '63, Pby. of West Hanover; 
Ord. '66, Pbv. of Montgomers-; P. Big Loch, 
Va., '66-69;' P. Fredricksburg, Va., '69-91; 
Ev. of Syn. of Va., '91-93; S." C. of Syn. of 
Va., '70—; Prop, and Ed. of Central' Pres- 
byterian, Richmond, Va. 

SMITH J. Rockwell, Caixasoo, Sao E. 
de Sao l\iido, Brazil, S. A. — Mv. to Brazil, 
March 5, 1872—. 

SMITH, James William, Childress, Tex. 
--Born, Colinnbus, Miss.; State U. of Tex.; 
Div. Sch. Austin C, Tex.; Lie. Mav 16,1890, 
Pby. of Central Texas; Ord. April 13, "97, 
Pby. of Dallas; P. Midland, Miss., '90^91; 
P. Vav. Alstyne, Miss., '92; P. Jacksonville, 
Miss., and Kilgore, Miss., '93-94; S. S. Kosse, 
Miss., '95; P. E. Childress, Miss., '96—. 

SMITH, Jasper K., Richmojid, Ky. 
—Born, Newton Co., Ga.; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1884; Un. T. S., Va., '91; Lie. and Ord. 
'91, Pbv. of Atlanta; P. Barnett Ch., Atlanta, 
Ga., '91-92; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Augusta, Ga., 
'92-96; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Richmond, Ky., 
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SMITH, J. Speneer, pMinklin, W. Va. 
—Born, Powhatan Co., Va., Feb. 5, 1845; 
Stud. H.-S. C, Va.; Un. T. S., Va., '92; Lie. 
April 6, Ord. April 14, '93, Pby. of East Han- 
over; S. S. Byrd, Va.-, '92-93, and P. '93-94; 
S. S. Pendleton Ch., Lexington, Va., '94—. 

SMITH, Leteher, Raines, Fa.— Born, 
Campbell Co., Va.; Stud. H.-S. C, Va., 
1884-87; Un. T. S., Va., '90; Lie. '90, Pby. of 
Roanoke; Ord. Oct., '90, Pby. of Wilming- 
ton; S. S. Jacksonville, Topsail, Sound and 
Richland, N. C, '90-91; S. S. Cumberland, 
Va., '91-92; S. S. Cumberland and James- 
town, Va., '92-93, and P. '93—. 

SMITH, Mareellus D., Dalton, Ga. 
— Born, Newton Co., Ga.; Ord. North Ga. 
Conference; Served 8 circuits and stations in 
North Ga. Conference; S. S. Dalton group, 
Ga.— . 

SMITH, N. Keff, Ocean Springs, Miss. 
— Born, New Market, Tenn.; Greenv. and 
Tusk. C, Tenn., B. A., 1872, D. D., '96; Un. 
T. S., Va., '75; Lie. April 29, '74, Ord. Sept. 
14, '75, Pby. of Holston; P. Bolivar, Tenn., 
'75-79; P. 3d Pbn. Ch., Atlanta, Ga., '79-84; 
Ev. Pby. of Augusta, '84-85; P. 3d Pbn. Ch., 
Atlanta, Ga., '85-89; P. Darien, Ga., '89-92; 
S. S. Ebenezer Ch., Charleston, S. C, '92-94; 
P. 3d Ch., New Orleans, La., '94-95; S. S. 
Boloxi and Ocean Springs, Miss., '95^ 

SMITH, Newton, Goodiuater, Ala.—^orn, 
Pelham, S., C; Reidville High Sch., S. C; 
Col. T. S., S. C, 1892; Lie. May 14, '92, Pby. 
of Enoree; Ord. Oct. 10, '92, Pby. of South 
Carolina; S. S. Westminster and Retreat, S. 
C, '92; S. S. Tugaloo, S. C, and P. West- 
minster and Retreat, S. C, '92-96; P. Good- 
water group of Chs., Ala., '96 — . 

SMITH, Robt. Neal, Jacksonville, Tex. 
—Born, Guinett Co., Ga.; Og. U., Ga., B. A., 
1872; Col. T. S., S. C, '75; Lie. '74, Ord. '75, 
Pby. of Augusta; P. Sparta, Ga., and My. 
■work near Athens, '75-76; P. Decatur, Ga., 
'87-90; P. Graham, Ga., '90-94, P. Jackson- 
ville, Tex., '94—. 

SMITH, Robert P., Gastonia, N. C. 
— Born, Spartanburg, S. C; Dav. C., S. C; 

B. A., 1873, M. A., '75; Col. T. S., S. C, '76; 
Lie. April, '85, Ord. Oct., '86, Pby. of Enoree; 
Ev. Pby. of Enoree, '85-86; P. Bullock's 
Creek, N. C, '87-89; P. Concord, N. C, '90- 
92; P. Oastonia, N. C, '93-96; Gen. Ev. and 
Supt. of H. M. work Pby. of Mecklenburg, 
'97—; Pres. of Reidville Fern. C, S. C, for 
10 yrs.; Pres. Pbn. C, S. C, for 3 yrs. 

SMITH, Samuel Maeon, 1400 Washifig- 
ion SI., Columbia, S. C. — Born, Hampden- 
Sidney, Va.; U. of Va., B. A., 1873; Dav. C, 
N. C, D. D., '88; Un. T. S., Va., '76; Lie. 
April, '76, Ord. Oct., '76. Pby. of Orange; 
Ev. Pby. of Orange, '76-77; P. Washington, 
N. C, '77-89; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Columbia, S. 

C, '89—. 

SMITH, Theo. E., Archer, /?7a.— Born, 
Pikeville, Tenn.; Og. U., Ga., B. A., 1855; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '58; Lie. '58, Pby. of 
Charleston; Ord. '58, Pby. of Harmony; P. 
Salem ahd Jackson Creek, '58-62; P. Carters- 



ville, Ga., '62-64; P. Cathroh, Ga., '66-68; 
P. Cartersville, Ga., '68-84; P. Tallahassee, 
Fla., '84-86; Archer and Cedar Key, Fla., 
'86—; Pres. Reidville Male High Sch., '64r- 
66; Volunteer My. in Gen. Briggs and John- 
son's Army for 1 yr. 

SMITH, Vivian Gray, Hartmansville, 
W. Fa.- Born, Hat Creek, Va,; Stud. H.-S. 
C, Va.; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 1895-97; Lie. 
April, '96, Pby. of Roanoke; Ord. Sept. 10, 
'97, Pby. of Winchester; P. Allegheny, W. 
Va.,'97— 

SMITH, William C, Newberry, S. C. 
—Born, Pendleton, S. C; Moral Philos. U. 
of Va., 1860; Col. T. S., S. C, '69; Lie April, 
'69, Pby. of South Carolina; Ord. '71, Pby. 
of Orange; P. Hillsboro, N. C, '69-72; P. 
Hopewell (Pendleton), '73-78; P. Mt. Zion, 
S. C, '73-75; P. Midway, S. C, '76-78; P. 
WiUiamsburg and Union, S. C, '78-86; P, 
Elon, S. C, '78-83; P. Mayesville, S. C, '87- 
93; P. Hebron, S. C, '92; P. Smyrna, S. C, 
and Rockbridge, S. C, '94-97; Ev. in Pby. of 
Harmony, '85-86; Aiithor, "The Army and 
Navy Hymn Book," "The Soldiers Alma- 
nac," (both Pub. by Evangelical Tract So- 
ciety, Petersburg, Va. ) '64; Would be thank- 
ful for a copy of "The A. and N. Hymn 
Book." 

SMITH, William Hervey, Morristown, 
lenn. — Born, Knox Co., Tenn.; My. C, 
Tenn.; Stud. Theol. privately; Lie. April, 
1850, Ord. '51, Pby. of Union; S. S. Pisgah, 
Tenn., '52-65; S. S. Meadow Creek, Tenn., 
'55-57; S. S. and P. St. Paul's, '58-68; S. 
S. Morristown, '67-88; S. S. 2d Pbn. Ch., 
Dandridge, '71-72; S. S. 2d Ch., Strawberry 
Plains, '74-88; S. S. and P. White Pine, '76- 
96; S. S. Blue Spring, '89-95; S. S. Concord, 
'88—; S. S. Mt. Horeb, '95; P. Whitesburg, 
'94—. 

SMOOT, Richmond Kelley, Austin, 
Tex. — Born, Huntingdon, Tenn., March 15, 
1836; Han. C, Ind., B. A., '56, D. D., '75, 
LL.D. '81; Dan. T. S., Ky., '59; Lie. April, 
'58, Pby. of Western District; Ord. '60, Pby. 
of Muhlenburg; P. and S. S. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Bowling Green, Ky., '59-76; P. Free South- 
ern Pbn. Ch., Austin, Tex., 'Y6— ; Author, 
" Parliamentary Principles in their Applica- 
tion to Church Courts," '75 and '87; "Ap- 
plied Christianity," '96; " Who is My Neigh- 
bor?" '89; "The Unfained Faith." '92; Mod. 
Gen. As.sembly in Atlanta, Ga., '82; Chm. of 
Com. on Organic Union with the Northern 
Pbn. Ch., '83. 

SMYLIE, Nathaniel, Liberty, Miss. 
— Born, Pointe Coupee Parish, La.; S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A. and M. A., 1885; Div. 
Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '90; Lie. '90, Pby. 
of Nashville; Ord. '90, Pby. of Pine Bluff; 
S. S. Monticello, Ark.; S. S. Huntsville, 
Tex.; S. S. and Pres. Liberty Male and Fem. 
C, Liberty, Miss. 

SNEDECOR, James G., Birmingham, 
Ala.—V,oxxv, Louisville, Miss.; Stud. U. of 
Miss.; Lie. Dec. 7, 1889, Ord. April 20, '90, 
Pby. of St. Johns; P. Andrews Mem. Ch., 



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Dunedin, Fla., "iK); P. Vinehill, Ala., '90-91; 
P. Avondale, Ala., '91-95; Dist. Supt. Am. 
Bi. Soc— . 

SNODDY, Alexander C, Ncivport, Tenn. 
—Born, Feb. (i, lS4(i; Stud. H.-S. C, Va,; 
Un. T. S., Va.. '72; Lie "71, Ord. Ev. '73, 
Pby. of Holston; S. S. Pisgah, '72-73; P. 
Concord, '73-78; P. Dandridge, '73-76; P. 
Horeb, '7(i-77; Ev. '75-77; P. Lebanon, 
Pbv. of Knoxville, '78-81; P. Coal Creek, 
'79-82, Menib. Pby. of Holston—. 

SNOOK, E. M., Garrett, //id.— Memh. 
Pby. of Lexington. 

SNYDER, DeWitt C, Luebo, Congo Free 
State, Africa.— l.\c. April, Ord. July, 1892, 
Pby. of St. John.s; My. to Congo Free State, 
'92 — ; Res. Druggist, Tampa, Fla., before 
appointment, and an active Ch. worker; Au- 
thor, work as a grammarian and lexicog- 
rapher for the tribal languages where he 
labors. 

SOULIER, Barth, I'aldese, N. C— Born, 
S. Germano Chisone; Torre-Pellice C, M. A., 
1888; Waldensian T. S., Florence, Italy, '91; 
Ord. '93, by Waldensian Ch.; S. S. Italian 
Mission Ch., Edinburgh, Scotland, '92-93; 
S. S. Italian Mission Ch., Catania, Sicily, 
'93-94; P. Waldensian Colony, Valdese, N. 
C, '94—. 

SPANN, John Clarence, Leesville, S. 
C— Born, Leesville, S. C; WoffordC, S. C, 
B. A., 1891; Lie. '91, Ord. '95; S. S. Aiken, 
S. C.;_S. S. Townville Circuit; S. S. Walhalla 
Circuit; S. S. Ridgeway Circuit; received 
from the Methodist Ch.— . 

SPARROW, GeOPg-e A., Begonia, N. C. 
— Memb. Pliv. of Mecklenburg; P. Union 
and Olney, N. C— . 

SPEARS, William Thompson, Wash- 
ington, Ky. — Born, Madisonville, Tenn.; 
King C, Tenn., B. A., '73; Un. T. S., Va., 
'76; Lie. '75, Pbv. of Knoxville; Ord. '77, 
Pby. of West Lexington; Ev. Pby. of West 
Lexington, '7«-79; P. Richwood, Ky., '79- 
84; P. Georgetown, Kv., '84-85; P. Mayslick 
and Washington, Ky.', '88-89; P. Washing- 
ton, Ky., 'S9— . 

SPENCER, James M., 4031 Page Ave., 
St. Louis, yl/d.— Born, Charlotte, Va.; Un.T. 
S., Va.; Ord. May, 1884, Pby. of Montgom- 
ery; P. Sinking Creek, Hebron and Roanoke 
Springs, 2yrs. ; Ev. Pby. of Montgomery and 
Abingdon, 2 yrs.; P. 1st Ch., St. Charles, 
Mo., 2 )-rs.; Ev. Syn. of Mo., 7 yrs.; P. Peo- 
ples' Ch., St. Louis, Mo. — ; author, "The 
Peoples' Central Church; Its Methods, Its 
Mission, Its Success;" Tracts, "Bible and 
Wage Earners." 

SPENCER, Louis 0., Henderson, Kv. 
—Born, 1849; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.; Un. T. 
S., Va., '78; Lie. April 18, '78, Pby. of Eben- 
ezer; Ord. Sept. 20, '78. Pby. of Paducah; P. 
Princeton and Ev. of Paducah Pby.; also S. 
S. Marion, '78-84—; P. 2d Ch., Henderson, 
Ky.-. 

SPENCER, S. H., Brazil, Tenn. 



SPRUNT, Alexander, Rock Hill, S. C. 
— Born, Glassgow, Scotland; Dav. C, N. C, 

B. A.; D. D.; Un. T. S., Va., 1878; Lie. April 
26, '78, Pby. of Wilmington; Ord. Nov. 8,'79, 
Pby. of Winchester; Ass't P. London St. 
Ch., Winchester, '79; P. Augusta, Va., '79- 
85; P. Henderson, N. C, '86-91; Sup't Ev. 
work in Syn. of N. C, '91-92; S. S. IstCh., 
Memphis, Tenn., '92; P. 1st Ch., Rock Hill, 
S. C, '92—. 

SPURLIN, Wm. Dexter, Gloster, Miss. 
—Born, Camden, Ala.. Jan. 24, 1860; Stud. 
H.-S. C, Va.; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 1 yr.; 
Lie. May, '85, Ord. June, '86; P. Cleveland, 
Tenn.; P. Demopolis, Ala.; P. Monroe, La.; 
P. Hoyte Mem. Ch., Gloster, Miss.—; Synl. 
Ev. Syn. of Miss. 

SQUIRE, J. J., Brunswick,, Mo. 

STACY, James S., Nezvnan, Ga. — Bom, 
Liberty Co., Ga., June 2, 1830; Og. U., Ga., 
'39, D. D., '76; Col. T. S., S. C, '52; Lie. 
Aug. 1, '62, Ord. Oct. 30, '53, Pbv. of Ga.; 
S. S. Sumpkin and Cathut, Ga., ''53; S. S. 
Eufaula, Ala.. '54; S. S.West Point, Ga., '57; 
S. S. White Oak, now Turin, Ga., '58—; S. 
S. Yellow Dirt. Ga., '65-66; S. S. Hogans- 
ville, '67-80; S. S. Carrollton, '81-88; S. S. 
Palmetto, '90—; P. Newnan, Ga., '57—; S. 

C. Pby. of Flint, '66; S. C. Pby. of 'Atlanto, 
'67—; S. C. Syn. of Georgia, '76—; Memb. 
Bd. of Directors, Columbia T. S., S. C, 
'87 — ; Clini. Assembly's Permanent Com. on 
Sabbath, '78 — ; author, " Prize Essay on the 
Sabbath;" "Water Baptism;" "Day of 
Rest. " all Pub. by Pbn. Pub. Com., Rich- 
mond, Va. 

STAGG, John Weldon, Charlotte, N. C. 
—Born, Richmond, Va.; Wm. C, Mo., S.W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn.. B. A.; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn, 
U., 1888; Ord. Pby. of Nashville; P. 2d Pbn. 
Ch., Nashville, Tenn., '88-92; P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Bowhng Green, Ky., '92-96; P. 2d Pbn. 
Ch., Charlotte, N. C, '96—. 

STANFORD, J. D., Kenansville, N. C. 
— Memb. Pby. of Wilmington; Ev. Beulah, 
Stanford and White Hall — . 

STEELE, Robert Edward, Cor. Jena 
and Colisemn Sts., Neiu Orleans, La. — Born, 
Utica, N. Y. ; Stud. Theol. under Rev. Paul 
F. Brown, Brunswek, Ga; Lie. April, 1889, 
Ord. '90, Pby. of Savannah; Ev. Pby. of Sa- 
vannah, '89-JK); P. ]\It. Vernon, Hazlehurst, 
Busbey Park, Vidalia and Occonee, '90-92; 
Chap. Seamen's Bethel, New Orleans, La., 
'92—. 

STEEN, George Howe, Marion, Ala. 
—Born, Houlka, Miss.; S.W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
1887; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn.. '87; 
Lie. Aug. 5, '87, Pbv. of Chickasaw; Ord. 
Oct. 20, '87, Pby. of'Tombeckbee; P. Oko- 
lona; S. S. West Point and Beuna Vista, 
Miss., '87-89; S. S. Tupelo, Unity and Prov- 
idence, Miss.. '89-92; S. S. Aberdeen, Miss., 
'92-93; Ev. Synod of IMemphis, '93; S. S. 
Arkadelphia, Ark., '93-94; P. Pautotoc, 
Miss., '94-95; P. Marion, Ala., '96—. 

STEBBINS, Chas. E., Chester, Va. 
—Born, Waterioo, N. Y.; Ham. C, N. Y., B. 



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A., 1856; Auburn T. S., N. Y., '69; Lie. Pby. 
of Geneva; Ord. Dec. '69, Pby. of Knox; 
P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Galesburg, 111., '59-61; P. 
Phelps, N. Y., '61-65; P. Ovid, N. Y., '65- 
70; Cong. Ch., Adams, Mass., '70-76; P. 
Brookfield, Mass., '76-87; P. Claremont,Va., 
'87-95; P. Chester, Va., '95—. 

STEPHENSON, Philip Daingrepfleld, 

Woodstock, I'a. — Born, St. L,ouis, Mo.; Stud. 
Wm. C, Mo.; Un. T. S., Va., 1875; Lie 
April 28, '75, Pbv. of St. Louis; Ord. Nov. 
21, '76, Pby. of Western District; P. Trenton, 
Tenn., '75-79; P. Old Sch. Pbn. Ch., Sedalia, 
Mo., '79-81; P. Hancock, Md., '81-84 and S. 
S. Warfordsburg and Buck's Valley, Pa., 1 
yr.; Ev. near Hancock, 1 yr.; P. Abingdon, 
Va., '81-94; P. Woodstock, Va., '94—. 

STEVENS, Joseph L., //j Prince Ave., 
Athens, Ga. — Born, Charleston, S. C; Stud. 
U. of Va.; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C; Lie 1875, 
Ord. '80, Pby. of Charleston; P. Johns and 
Wadneslaw, S. C, '80-85; My. in Pby. of 
Athens and South Carolina, '85 — ; author. 
Overture, that led the Gen. Assem. to direct 
H. M. Com. to use money for work among 
the Jews and to urge the people to push the 
work among the Jews. 

STEVENSON, Jabez Edward, Mayes- 
ville, S. C. — Born, Cincinnati, Ohio; Cinti. 
C, B. L.; Lie. Sept. 29, 1892, Ord. April 26, 
'98, Pby. of West Lexington; Ev. Syn. of 
Ky., in Letcher and Perry Cos., '92-93; S. 
S. and P. Mayesville, S. C, '94—. 

STEWART, Calvin L., Pelzer, S. C. 
—Born, Laurens Co., S. C; Dav. C, N. C, 

B. A., 1876; Col. T. S., S. C; Lie '80, Ord. 
'81, Pby. of Enoree; P. Piedmont, S. C.,'81- 
96; S. S. Pelzer, S. C, '88-96 and P. '96—. 

STEWART, John Calvin, 910 West 
Grace St., Richmond. Va. — Born, Gerards- 
town, W. Va.; H.-S. C.,Va., 1879; Un. T. S., 
Va., '82; Lie. May, '82, Ord. Oct., '83, Pby. 
of Chesapeake; P. Marshall, Delaplane, Rec- 
tortown and Upherville, Va., '82-86; P. Wa- 
verly, Md., '86; P. Ch. of the Covenant, 
Richmond, Va., '87—. 

STIMSON, Robert Delanson, Hope- 
well, N. C— Born, Statesville, N. C; Dav. 

C, N. C, B. A., 1874; Un. T. S., Va., '77; 
Lie. May 19, '77, Pby. of Concord; Ord. Dec, 
'77, Pbv. of East Hanover; P. Holmes, '77- 
91; S. 'S. Belle Haven, '79-91; P. Colliers- 
town, '91-94; P. Hopewell, '95—. 

STOKES, Colin, Covington, Fa.— Born, 
Lunenburg Co., Va.; H.-S. C, Va., 1876; 
Un. T. S., Va., '80; Lie '80, Ord. '81, Pby. 
of West Hanover; S. S. Amherst, Va., '80- 
84 and P. '81-83; P. Collierstown, Va., '88- 
91; P. Covington, Va., '91—. 

STOREY, Granville Theodore, Searcy, 
Ark.— Born, Green Co., Ala.; U. of Miss., 
B. A., 1875; Un. T. S., Va., '78; Ord. F. M., 
April 14, '78, Pby. of Central Mississippi; P. 
Dry Creek, Miss., '78-81 ; P. Starkville, Miss., 
'81-88; P. Greenville, Miss., '88-91; Ev. Syn. 
of Miss.; P. San Angelo, Tex., '92-96; Pres. 
of Searcy C, Searcy, Ark., '96 — . 



STORMONT, John D., Denmark, Tenn, 
—Born, Highland, Miss.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., M. A., 1894; Div. Sch. S.W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., '94; Lie July, '94, Pby. of Chicka- 
saw; Ord. April, '97, Pby. of Western Dis- 
trict; P. Denmark and Union, Tenn., '97 — ; 
author, "Social Economics," to be pub. by 
The Coming Nation, Ruskin, Tenn. 

STORY, George Wallace, 2114 Coch- 
ran St., Houston, Tex. — Born, Trumans- 
burg, N. Y.; Genesee C, N. Y., M. A.; Stud. 
Theol. privately; Ord. Elder, 1883, at Los 
Angeles, Cal. ; Lie '76; served various Chs, 
in Iowa aud California; received into Pby. of 
Brazos from Wesley Ch., '94; P. Hardy St, 
Pbn. Ch., Houston, Tex., '94—. 

STOVER, Edwin H., Rapidan, Va. 
—Born, Churchville, Va.; H.-S. C, Va., 
1881; Un. T. S., Va., '91; Lie May, '91, Pby. 
of Lexington; Ord. Sept. 18, '91, Pby. of 
West Hanover; P. Waddell Mem. Ch., Rap- 
idan, Va., '91—; S. C. Pby. of West Han- 
over, '92 — . 

STRATTON, Joseph Buck, Natchez, 
Miss.— Born, Bridgeton, N. J., Dee. 24, 
1815; Prin. U., B. A., '33, D. D., '56; Prin. 
T. S., '43; Ord. Dee 31, '43, Pby. of Missis- 
sippi; Lawyer in Phila., Pa., '37-40; P, 
Natchez, Miss., "43-94; P. Em. '94—; author, 
"Confessing Christ," "Following Christ," 
" Prayers for the Use of Families," '69-84- 
93; " Extracts from an Elder's Diary," 
" Hymns to the Holy Spirit." 

STRIBLING, Charles Riddle, Buffalo 
For^e, Va. — Born, Philadelphia, Pa.; H.-S. 

C, Va., B. A.; Un. T. S., Va., 1889; Lie and 
Ord. '89, Pby. of Winchester; P. Elk Gar- 
den and Allegheny Field, '89-90; P. Berry- 
ville,Va., '91-96; P. Falhng Spring, Va.,'i<7—. 

STRICKLAND, G. A., Scooba, Miss. 
— Memb. Pb}-. of Tombeckbee; S. S. Knox, 
Wahalak, Miss. — . 

STRICKLER, Givens Brown, Hamp- 
den-Sidnev, Va. — Born, Strickler's Gap,Va., 
April 25, 1840; W. C, Va.; W. and L. U.,Va.,. 

D. D.; Un. T. S., Va., '71; Tutor in W. C. 1 
yr.; Lie Sept. 2, '70, Pby. of Montgomery;, 
Ord. May 19, '71, Pby. of Lexington; P. 
Tinkling Sp., '71-73; P. Atlanta, '83-84; 
Prof. H.-S. C, Va.— . 

STUART, Benjamin L., Sulphur 
Springs, Texas. — Born, Zion, Ky.; Central 
U., Kv., B. A., 1893; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky.; 
Lie '95, Pby. of Paducah; Ord. Mav, '97, 
Pbv. of Paris; S. S. Sturgis, Ky., '95; P. Sul- 
phur Springs, Tex., May 26, '97—; Before 
licensure worked with Dr. Witherspoon in 
Mts. of Ky. 

STUART, John L., Shanghi, China. 
—Born, Shelby Co., Ky., Dec. 2, 1840; Ord, 
Ev. '68, Pby. of Louisville; Centre C, Ky., 
'61; Prin. T. S., '65-68; My. June 9, '68—. 

STURGEON, J. C. Troy, Ala.— Born, 
Dauphin Co., Pa.; Jeff. C, Pa.. B. A., 1853; 
Stud. Theol. privately; Lie Jul}-, '63, Ord. 
April, '71; P. Pea River, '71-72; P. Pleasant 
View, Ala., '71-72; S. S. Union, "71; S. S. 
Sandy Ridge, Ala., '78-75; P. Lake Maitland 



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and Orlando, Fla., 76-78; S. S. Sandy Ridge, 
Ala., 78-82 and '89-97; S. S. Bethel, Ala., 
'81-85; S. S. Providence, Ala., '73-76, '78-83 
and '91—; S. S. Philadelphia, Ala., '73-75, 
78-8-1 and '91—. 

SULLIVAN, Charles Eugene, McMinn- 
ville, Tenn. — Born, Bethany, Tenn.;W. and 
L., U., Va., B. A.; Un. T. S., Va., '90; Lie. 
Mav, "90, Pby. Abingdon; Ord. Oct. '90, Pby. 
of Columbia; P. Spring Hill, Tenn., '90-94; P. 
•2d Pbn. Ch., Nashville, Tenn., '91-9(5; P. 
McMinnville, Tenn., '9G — ; Clini. and Treas. 
of the Executive Com. of Ev. work in Syn. 
•of Nashville—. 

SULLIVAN, John 0., Christiansburg , 
Ky. — Memb. Pby. of Louisville; P. Mulberry, 
Ky.— . 

SUMMERELL, James North Howard, 

Anderson, S. C. — Born, Salisbury, N. C; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A., '73, M. A., '70; Stud. 
Edinburg, Scotland, 1 yr.; Un. T. S., Va., '80; 
Lie. Oct. 31, '79, Ord. May 29, '81, Pby. of 
Concord; P. Poplar Tent, N. C, '80-83; P. 
Tarboro and Rockv Mt. and S. S. "Wilson, 
N. C, '83-8<i; P. Tarboro and Rocky Mt., 
'86-88; P. Tarboro, Ev., Falkland, Green- 
ville and Olivet, '88-95; P. Anderson, N. C, 
'95—; S. C. Pby. of Albemarle. 

SUMMEY, George, Clarksville, Tenn. 
—Born, Ashville, N. C, June 3, 1853; Dav. 
C, N. C, B. A., '70, M. A., '72; S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn., D. D., '91; Un. T. S., Va., '73; 
Lie. Aug. 7, '72, Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ord. 
Oct. 14, '73, Pby. of Memphis; P. Bolivar, 
Tenn., '73-75; P.' Madison Ave. Ch., Coving- 
ton, Ky., '75-80; P. Graham and Burlington, 
N. C, '81-81; P. Purity Ch., Chester, S. C 
'81-92; Chancellor S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., and 
Prof, of Biblical History and English Bible, 
'92 — ; Managing Ed. The Presbyterian Quar- 
ierly, (Richmond and New York,) '87 — ; 
Founder and Mgr. of The Pi esbyterian and 
Reformed Reviezu, ( New York and Philadel- 
phia, ) '89-92. 

SWANN, Jeremiah Ballard, Lothian, 
Md. — Born, Knox Co., Tenn.; Stud. Lincoln 
U.; Div. Sch. Lincoln U., Pa., '82; Lie. May 
17, '83, Pbv. of Chester; Ord. July 27, '84, 
Pby. of Baltimore; S. S. Zion Ch., '84-87 and 
P., '87—; S. S. Mill Run, '95—; S. S. Calvary 
Ch., Annapolis, Md., '96—. 

SWEETS, David Matthis, j^oj Portland 
Ave., Louisville, Ky. — Born, Elizabethtown, 
Ky., Jan. 31, 1868; Central U., Ky., B. A., 
'8S; Un. T. S., Va., '91; Lie May 12, '90, Pby. 
of Louisville; Ord. June 26, '91, Pby. of Pa- 
ducah; P. Morganfield, Ky., '91-94; P. Port- 
land Ave. Ch., Louisville, Ky., '94—; S. C. 
Pby. of Louisville, '96—. 

SYDENSTRICKER, A., Shanghi, China. 
— Memb. Pbv. of Greenbrier; My. to China, 
Nov. 6, 1879—. 

SYDENSTRICKER, D. S., Acadetny, JV. 
Va. — Born, Lewisburg, W. Va. ; Stud. Lew- 
isburg Male Academv; H-S. C, Va., D. D., 
'91; Un. T. S., Va.,' '70; Lie. July 23, '70, 
Ord. May 14, '71, Pby. of Greenbrier; P. 
Oak Grove Ch., '75 — . 



SYDENSTRICKER, Franklin, Pierce, 

Ronceverte , \V. V^a. — Born, Greenbrier Co., 
W. Va.; Un. T. S., Va., 'H9; Lie. Mav, '89, 
Pby. of Greenbrier; Ord. Nov., '89, Pby. of 
Lexington; P. Philippi antl Buckhannon, \V. 
Va., '89-92; S. S. Glenville, Coal Valley 
and Woodville, \V. Va., '92—. 

SYDENSTRICKER, Hiram Mason, 

Marshal, Mo. — Born, Lewisburg, W. Va. ; 
W. and L. U. Va., B. A., '77; Wooster C, 
Ohio, M. A., Ph. D., '95; Un. T. S., Va., '80; 
Lie. June, '79, Pby. of Greenbrier; Ord. May, 
'81, Pby. of St. Louis; P. Montgomery City, 
Mo., '81-83; P. Water Vallev, Miss., '83-86; 
P. E. Pleasant Hill, Mo.,' '86-89; P. E. 
Hamilton, Mo., '89-91; P. E. Brownwood, 
Tex., '91-95; P. and Prof. Daniel Baker C, 
Marshall, Mo., '95 — ; Author, "4x5 Points 
for Church Members," (25 cts.) '87; "The 
Epic of the Orient, " (75 cts. ) '95. 

SYDNOR, Giles Granville, Bedford 
Springs, Fa.— Born, Halifax Co., Va.; H.-S. 
C, Va., B. A., '87; Un. T. S,, Va., '93; Lie. 
May, Ord. Sept., '93, Pby. of INIontgomery; 
S. S. Academy, Otterwood and Leesville, 
Va.,'93— ; P. E. 2d Pbn. Ch., Augusta, Ga., 
'98 — ; Taught in Montgomery Female Col- 
lege, Va., '87-90. 



TADLOCK, Archibald Alex. Doak, 
Clintonville, Ky. — Born, Jonesboro, E. 
Tenn.; King C, Tenn., B. A., 1873; 
Un. T. S., Va., '76; Lie. April 6, '76, Pby. of 
Holston; Ord. Oct. 1, '76, Pb}-. of Ebenezer; 
P. Greenup and Grayson, Ky., '76-81; Ev. 
Franklin and neighboring Chs. , '81-89; P. 
Richwood and L^nion, '89-93; P. Clintonville 
and Hopewell, Ky., '93 — . 

TADLOCK, James Doak, Columbia, S. 
C— Born, Greene Co., Tenn.; W. C, Tenn., 
B. A., 1847; H.-S. C, Va., D. D.; King C, 
Tenn., LL.D.; Prin. T. S., '50; Lie. '49, Pby. 
of Raratan; Ord. Nov., '50, Pby. of Holston; 
S. S. Rocky Spring, Providence, Salem, 
Leesburg, Jonesboro, Johnson City, Walnut 
Grove, 2d Ch., Bristol, Paperville, Cold 
Spring, IstCh., Columbia, S. C; Prof. Wash- 
ington C, Tenn., '50-58; Pres. Jonesboro Fe- 
male C, '58-63; Prin. Bristol High Sch., '67- 
68; Pres. King C, Tenn., '68-85; Prof. Eecl. 
Hist., Col. T. S., S. C.,'85— . 

TANNER, James Gilbert, Navasota, 
Tt'.r.— Born, Lynchl)urg, Va. ; Va. IVIech. and 
Agri. C, B. A.; Un. T. S. Va.; Lie. May, 
1883, Pbv. of Montgomerv; Ord. Nov. 24, '83, 
Pby. of North Ala.; P. Decatur, Ala., '83-84; 
P. Goliad, Tex., '84-86; P. 2d Ch., Houston, 
Tex., '86-92; P. Navasota, Tex., Nov., '92—; 
Ed. Texas Presbyterian, 2 j-rs.; Chm. Com. 
H. M.; S. C. Pby. of Brazos—. 

TAPPEY, J. Francis, Catherine, Ala. 
—Born, Petersburg, Va.; Stud. H.-S. C, Va., 
1890; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Kv., '97; Lie. May 13, 
'97, Ord. Dee. 6, '97, Pby. of Tuscaloosa; P. 
Catherine, Pine Hill and Laurel, Ala., '97 — . 

TATE, John C, Clarksville. Tenn.— Bom, 
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Dan. T. S., Ky.; Lie '60, Ord. '67, Pby. of 
Louisville; P. Glasgow, '67-70; P. Hopkins- 
ville, '70-84; P. Glasgow, '84-87; S. S. New- 
stead, '72, and S. S. McKenzie Kirke, Tenn., 
'80—. 

TATE, L. B., Seoul, Korea, Asia.— Thy. 
of Missouri; My. to Korea, Jan. 12, 1892. 

TAYLOR, D., Commerce, 7>^.— Memb. 
Pby. of Texas — . 

TAYLOR, Houston R., Stanton, Tenn. 
— Menib. Pby. of Memphis; P. Stanton and 
Dancyville, Tenn. — . 

TAYLOR, J. D., Darien, Ca.— Born, Tip- 
ton Co., Tenn.; High Sch., Tenn.; Tusca- 
loosa Inst., Ala., 1891; Lie and Ord. Pby. of 
Savannah; P. Grant Chap., Darien, Ga.,'91 — . 

TAYLOR, James Henry, Mt. Sterling, 
A>.— Bom, Charleston, S. C; Yale C, B. A., 
1894; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., '97; Lie. '96, Pby. 
of Louisville; Ord. '97, Pby. of West Lexing- 
ton; P. Mt. Sterling, Ky., Jan., '97—. 

TAYLOR, MauHee Carlyle, Caldwell, 
7>^.— Born, Clarksville, Tenn.; Un. T. S., 
Va.; Lie Oct., 1893, Pby. of Louisville; Ord. 
April, '95, Pby. of Central Texas; S. S. Cald- 
well, Tex.. '98-95; S. S. Yellow Prairie, Tex., 
'93-94; S. S. Zion, Tex., '93, and P. Caldwell, 
Tex., '96—. 

TAYLOR, S. F., McAfee, Ky.—yi^rah. 
Pbv. of Transj-lvania; P. New Providence, 
Ky.-. 

TAYLOR, Wm. Howell, Summerville, 
S. r.— Born, New York Citv; Yale C, B. A., 
1865; Prin. T. S., '59; Lie. '69, Ord. '60, Pby. 
of New York; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Chfton, S. I., 
N. Y.; P. 1st Ch., Titusville, Pa.; P. Noble 
St. Pbn. Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y.; S. S. Aiken; 
S. S. St. Augustine, Fla.; S. S. Summerv'ille, 
S. C, and Waterboro, S. C; Memb. Pby. of 
Charleston — . 

TELFORD, R. L., Lewisburg, W. Va. 
—Born, Rome, Ga.; H.-S. C, Va., B. A.; Un. 
T. S., Va.; Lie. May, 1890, Pbv. of Roanoke; 
Ord. July, '90, Pby. of Greenbrier; P. Lewis- 
burg, W. Va., '90-96; Pres. Lewisburg Female 
Seminar}-, '92 — . 

TELFORD, Robert E., Hartwell, Ga. 
—Born, Belron, S. C; Stud. S. W. Pbn. U., 
4 vrs.; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 1891; 
Ord. Aug. 17, '91, Pbv. of Athens; Mv. in N. 
E. Ga.; S. S. Hartwell, Rovston and Pleas- 
ant Hill, '91, and S. S. Woodstock, Carnes- 
ville and Hopewell, Ga. — . 

TENNEY, Levi, Valley Mills, 7>,r.— Born, 
Tp. of Plainfield, Otsego Co., N. Y.; Ham. 
C, N. Y., B. A., 1846, M. A., '49; Theol. S., 
Texas Prairie, '54; Lie and Ord. '54, Pby. of 
Brazos; My. in Texas; My. Carolina, Hugh 
Wilson, Belton, Georgetown, Pleasant Hill, 
Marlin, Blue Ridge, Waco, North Bosque, 
Unity, Hamilton, Hico, Dublin, Nazareth and 
Iredell, Tex.; S. C. Pby. of Central Texas 
over 80 yrs. ; Author, ' ' History of the Presby- 
tery of Central Texas, from its organization, 
April, 1854-93." 

TENNEY, Samuel Fisher, Crockett, Tex. 
—Born, Athens, Ga.; Ga. State U., B. A., 



1861; Col. T. S., S. C, '68; Lie '67, Pby. of 
Hopewell; Ord. April, '69, Pby. of Eastern 
Texas; S. S. Marshall and Elysian Fields, 
Tex., '68-70; P. Crockett, Tex.; My. Union 
Ch., Concord, Beulah, Oakland, Lovelady 
and Nevill's Prairie, Tex., '71 — . 

TENNEY, Samuel Mills, Lojtgznew, Tex.. 
—Born, Crockett, Tex.; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
M. A., 1891; Prin. T. S., '94; Lie June, '92„ 
Ord. Sept., '93, Pby. of Eastern Texas; My. 
Eastern Texas Pby., '92-93; P. Longview,, 
Tex., July, '94—. 

TERRELL,W. L., Pensacola,Fla.—m.&ra!o. 
Pby. of Florida—. 

THACKER, James Ernest, j/9 5". Asaph 
St., Alexandria, Va. — Born, Columbia, Mo.; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A.; Un. T. S., Va.; Lie. 
'92, Pby. of Orange; Ord. '93, Pby. of Albe- 
marle.; P. Oxford, N. C, '92-96; P. Stuart 
Robinson Mem. Ch., Louisville, Ky., '96-97;, 
P. Alexandria, Va., April, '97 — . 

THOM, Wm. Francis, Gulf, N.C.— Born, 
Guilford Co., N. C; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 
1880-82; Lie April 29, '82, Ord. May 24, '83, 
Pby. of Orange; My. Pby. of Orange and 
Fayetteville, '83-91; P. Gulf and Euchronia. 
and S. S. Pittsboro, N. C. Dee, '91—; Mod, 
Orange Pby., '86-87; Mod. Fayetteville Pby., 
'91-92. 

THOMAS, Frederick Duncan, /^ocky 
Mount, JV. C— Born, New Berne, N. C, 
Dee 2, 1867; Stud. U. of N. C, 2 vrs.; Un. 
T. S., Va., 2 yrs.; Lie Oct. 17, '90, Pby. of 
Lexington; Ord. Dec. 13, '91, Pby. of Albe- 
marle; S. S. various times; Springfield, Mo.; 
Basic City, Va. ; Warrenton, Louisburg, Ge- 
neva, Littleton, La Grange, N. C; P. Rocky 
Mount, N. C. Feb., '93—; Mod. Pby. of Al- 
bemarle, '94; Coms. to Gen Ass., Macon, Ga.,, 
'93. 

THOMAS, James, IVilson, N. C— Born, 
Raleigh, N. C; U. of N. C, B. A., 1886; 
Prin. T. S., '93; Lie and Ord., '94, Pby. of 
Albemarle; S. S. 1st Pbn. Ch., Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y.; Ev. Wilson, N. C— . 

THOMAS, James Dunlap, Berryville,. 
Va.—Boxw, Washington D. C, Dec. 13, 1833; 
Del. C, O., B. A., '54, M. A., '57; Un. T. S., 
N. Y., Class '57; Lie Pby. of District of Co- 
lumbia; Ord. April 19, '59, Pby. of East Han- 
over; S. S. Harmony, Md., '57-59; P. Holmes 
and Makimie, Va., '59-69; P. Wytheville, 
Va., '69-81; Pres. Rogersville Female College,, 
Tenn., '81-83; S. S. Rushville, Ind., '83-86; 
Ev. White Water Pbv., Ind., '86-88; Ev. 
Montgomery Pby., Va.,' '88-91; P. Springfield 
and Harmony, Md., '91-97; P. E. Berry ville, 
Va., '97—. 

THOMAS, Joseph Aaron, Capon Bridge,. 
\Y_ Fa.— Born, Steele's Tavern, Va.; Stud, 
W. andL. U., Va., 1884-89; Un. T. S., Va., 
Class of '92; Lie and Ord. May, '92, Pby. 
of Lexington; Ev. Shemariah and Walker's 
Creek, '92-93; P. Westminster Ch., Capon 
Bridge, and Ev. Capon and North River, W. 
Va., May, '95—. 

THOMSON, Charles Talbutt, Lexing- 
ton, Aj/.— Born, Ruddeles Mills, Ky., May 



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31, 1858; Centre C, Ky., B. A., 78, M. A., 
'87; Un. T. S., Va., '83; Lie. June 4, '83. Ord. 
Sept. 30, '83, Pby. of West Lexington; P. Ml. 
Pleasant; S. S. Beard, '83-91; S. S. Boyers, 
•90-91; Mv. Lair, '83-91; P. Maxwell, '91-94; 
P. Bethel' and Mount Horeb, Ky., '94—; S. 
C. and Treas. Pby. of West Lexington, '93 — . 

THOMPSON, Ernest, 203 W. Hill St., 
Louisville, Ky. — Born, Bartow Co., Ga.; 
Drury C, Mo., B. A., 1888, M. A., '92; Stud. 
New Ch. C. and U. of Edinburgh, Scotland, 
McC. T. S., Chicago, '91; Lie. May, '90, Pby. 
of Dallas; Ord. May, '91, Pby. of Paris; P. 
1st Pbn. Ch., Te.xarkana, Tex., '91-97; P. 
Stuart-Robinson Mem. Pbn. Ch., Louisville, 
Ky., July, '97—. 

THOMPSON, Geopge Eagleton, Smyrna, 
Tenii. — Born, Shop Spring, Tenn.; S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., 1878; Un. T.S., Va., '81; Lie. 
April, '81. Ord, Sept. 1B,'82, Pby. of Nashville; 
P. Hopewell, Tenn., '82-89; P. Bethesdaand 
New Hope, Tenn., '89-91; P. Smyrna, Tenn., 
'91—; Coms. Nashville Pby., Gen. Ass., Ma- 
con, Ga., '93. 

THOMPSON, G. T., Franklin, Ky.— 
Memb. Pby. of Muhlenbnrg; P. Franklin and 
Seottville, and S. S. Mizpah, Ky.— . 

THOMPSON, James Kidd, Calvert, Tex. 
—Born, Tunnel Hill, Ga.; Austin C, Tex., 
B. A., 1892; Central U., Ky., M. A., '93; Lv. 
Pbn. T. S., Ky., '90; Lie. April, '95, Pby. of 
Louisville; Ord. Sept. 21. '9(5, Pby. of Paris; 
Co-P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Texarkana, Tex., '96-97; 
P. Calvert, Tex., May, '97—. 

THOMPSON, Thomas T., 1014 N. igth 
St., St. Louis, Mo. — Born, Elberton, Ga. ; 
Stillman T. S., Ala., 1894; Lie. April, '95, 
Ord. April 14, '95, Pby. of Athens; S. S. 
Vicksburg, Miss., '94; Ev. work in Jaekson 
and Bank's Cos., Ga., '95; Ev. and S. S. Har- 
mony and Maysville, Ga., and Ev. in vicinity 
of said Chs., '95; My. in and about Tusca- 
loosa, Ala., '95-96, and '96-97; H. My. Beth- 
any Pbn. Ch., St. Louis, Mo., July 6, '97—. 

THOMPSON, Wm. M., Riverside, Va. 
(Caxias, E. do Maranhas, Brazil, S. A.) — My. 
to Brazil, Feb. 10, 1890. 

THOMPSON, Wm. T., Charlestoti, S. C. 
—Born, Fairfax Co., Va.; Col. T. S., S. C, 
1872; Lie. and Ord., '72, Pby. of Harmony; 
P. Hopewell, S. C, '72-79; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Charleston, S. C, '80—; Capt. C. S. A.; 
Memb. Bd. of Directors of Col. T. S. for 
yrs.— . 

THORNE, William, Tiptonville, Tenn. 
—Born, Eufala, Ala.; S. W. Pbn. U., B. A., 
1890; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '92; 
Lie. June, '91, Ord. June, '92, Pby. of West- 
ern District; P. Tiptonville, Tenn., June, 
92 — ; Author, Sermons: "Christ's 2d Com- 
ing." 

THORNWELL, James Henley, Fort 
Mill, S. C— Born, Columbia, S. C. ; U. of S. 
C; Dav. C, N. C, D. D., 1891; Col. T. S., 
S. C, '74; Lie. April, '74, Pby. of South Car- 
olina; Ord. Sept., '74, Pbv. of Concord; P. 
Poplar Tent, N. C, '74-78; Ev. Concord Pby., 



'79-80; P. Fort Mill and Ebenezer, S. C, 
April, '82—. 

TIDBALL, Charles M., Charleston, Ark. 
—Born, Mobile, Ala., Nov. 24, 1856; U. of 
Miss., '77; U. of Va. and Johns Hopkins U., 
Md.; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '82-83; Lie. May 
3, '82, Pby. of Central Mississippi; Ord. Jan. 
28, '84, Pby. of Cherokee; S. S. Durant, Mad- 
ison, etc.. Miss.; S. S. Cumberland, James- 
town, W. H. Pby., '82-83; S. S. and then P. 
Hopewell and Tallahatchie, and S. S. Phila- 
delphia and Banner, Chickasaw Pby., '83- 
84 — ; S. S. Charleston and Alma, Ark. — . 

TIDBALL, Wm. Jared, Taylorsville, N. 
r.— Born, Worsham, Va.; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1848; Stud. Johns Hopkins U., Md., '79- 
81; Stud. U. of Tex., '87-88; vStud. Un. T. S., 
Va., '84-85; Austin T. S., Tex., '86-88; Lie. 
and Ord. May, '88, Pbv. of Central Texas; S. 
S. Round Rock and Hutto, Tex., '88-89; H. 
My. N. W. Texas, '89-91; Prof. Hebrew and 
N. T. Exegesis, Austin Seh. of Theol., '91-95; 
S. S. Gurdon and Carolina, Ark., '95; S. S. 
Taylorsville and Mocksville, N. C, '96—. 

TIMS, W. F., Wetumpka, Ala.—S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A., 1887; Ord. Pby. of 
South Alabama; P. Wetumpka, S. S. Pine 
Flat, Verbena and Phoenix City, Ala. — 

TODD, A. U., Florence, Ala.— M&mh. Pby. 
of Pine Bluff—. 

TODD, David Alphonzo, Laurens, S. C. 
— Born, Laurens, S. C; South Carolina C, 
B. A., 1858; Col. T. S., S. C.,'62; Lie. '62, Pby. 
of South Carolina; Ord., '67, Pby. of Bethel; 
P. Cane Creek Ch., Bethel Pby., 3 yrs.; S. S. 
Roekv Springs Ch., Pby. of Enoree, 10 yrs.; 
S. S. Corinth, Tupelo and other Chs., Pby. of 
Chickasaw; S. S. Lisbon, S. C. — . 

TODD, Samuel Charlton, Wellfotd, S.C. 
—Born, Laurens, S. C; U. of S. C; Lie. Sept., 
'94, Ord. April, '96, Pbv. of Enoree; P. Well- 
ford and S. S. Nazareth, S. C— . 

TOWLES, David T., Crab Tree, N. C. 
— Born, Northumberland Co., Va.. Nov. 27, 
1822; U. of N. C, B. A., '49; Un. T. S., Va., 
'52; Lie., '52, Pby. of Orange; Ord., '53, Pby. 
of Fayetteville; S. S. Speedwell and Gum 
Grove, '52-53; S. S. Lillington, Keith, Mt. 
Williams and Mt. Edwards, N. C, 9 yrs.; 
Teacher Rocky Mount., N. C, 3 vrs.; S. S. 
Si.x-Mile Cr. Ch., Bethel Pby., 2 yrs.; S. S. 
Meadow Creek and Mt. Zion, Tenn., 2 vrs.; 
S. S. and Teacher Hendersonville; S. S. Mills 
River, N. C, 1 yr.; H. My., 82—; Colp. A. 
B. S. for a number of yrs., and Colp. Syn. of 
N. Carolina; Memb. Pby. of Asheville — . 

TRAVIS, John EdgaP, Florida, Mo.— 
Born, Bunker Hill, Mo.; Wm. C. Mo., B. A., 
1894, D. D., '97; Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., '97; 
Lie. July, '96, Ord. Sept., '97, Pby. of Pal- 
myra; S. vS. La Bella and Louis Hill, Mo., 
'95; S. S. Memphis, Mo., '96; P. Florida and 
Stoutsville, Mo., '97—. 

TRAVIS, John MeCutehen, Monroe 
City. Mo. — Born, Augusta Co., Va.; Stud.W. 
and L. U., Va., 1853; Wm. C, Mo.. D. D., 
'87; vStud. Un. T. S., Va., 1 yr.; Dan. T. S., 
Ky., 2 yrs.; Lie. Aug. 21, '58, Ord. April 1, 



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'60, Pby. of Palnivra; P. South York, Mo., 
April 6, '61-87, and P. New Hope, Mo., 26 
yrs.; S. S. Bethel and Florida, Mo., '85-93; S. 
S. Lafayette; Ala., 1 winter, and S. S. Thom- 
aston, Ga., 1 winter. 

TRAWICK, Copydon Winkfleld, Beuna 
Vista, Fa.— Born, Copiah Co., Miss.; S. W. 
Pbn. U., B. S., 1886, M. A., '87; Div. Sch. S. 
W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '87; Lie. June, '87, Ord. 
Oct., '87, Pbv. of New Orleans; P. Canal St., 
New Orleans, La., '87-93; S. S. Fredericks- 
burg, Va., '93-95; S. S. Waynesboro, Va., '95- 
96; P. E. Monterey, Va., '96; P. Beuna Vista, 
Va., Jan. 1, '97 — ; Author, News Dept. So. 
IVn. Presbyterian, New Orleans, La., to '93; 
Prof. Fredericksburg C, and Valley Female 
Seminary, Waynesboro, Va. 

TRENHOLM, George Alfred, St. Joseph, 
Mo.— Born, Charleston, S. C, 1845; S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., D. D., '89, Stud. Un. T. S., 
Va., 2 yrs.; Col. T. S., S. C, '77; Lie May, 
'77, Pby. of Charleston; Ord. Nov. '77, Pby. 
of Bethel; P. Purity Ch., Chester, S. C, '77- 
83; P. Woodland St. Ch., Nashville, Tenn., 
'83-91; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., St. Joseph, Mo., 
'91—. 

TRENHOLM, T. B., Covington, Ga.~ 
Memb. Pby. of Atlanta; P. Covington, Ga. — . 

TRIMBLE, Edward C, 626 W. St. Cath- 
erine St., Louisville, A^'.— Born, Mt. Sterling, 
Ky., April 7, 1830; Ord., '56; P. Nashville, 
Tenn.; P. Jackson, Tenn.; P. Washington 
and Seymour, Ind., 15 yrs.; S. S. Taylorsville 
and Cane Run, Ky.; S. S. Chs. Louisville, Ky. 

TRIMBLE, Thos. T., Waverly, Mo'— 
Born, Monroe Co., Mo.; Stud. Wm. C, Mo., 
1881-84, and S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '85-88; 
Stud. Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U.; Lie. Nov. 5, 
'96, Pby. of Potosi; Ord. May 29, '97, Pbv. 
of Lafavette; S. S. Kennett. Mo., '96; P. 
Waverly, Mo., and S. S. Dover, Mo., '97—. 

TRIMBLE, Wm. Sterrett, Ferguson, St. 
Louis, JMo. — Born, Staunton, Va. ; Wm. C, 
Mo., B. A. and M. A.; Un. T. S., Va.; Lie. 
1878, Ord., '79, Pbv. of Palmyra; S. S. Ka- 
hoka, Mo., '78-85; ^S. S. Mexico, Mo., '85—; 
P. 2d Pbn. Ch., St. Joseph, Mo., to '93; P. 
Mizpah Ch.. near St. Louis, Mo., '93-95; P. 
Ferguson, Mo., Jan. 1, '96 — . 

TRIPLETT, John Edwin, Duffields, W. 
Va. — Born, Mount Jackson, Va., H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., 1872; Un. T. S., Va., '75; Lie. 
April 27, '74, Pby. of Winchester; Ord. May, 
'76, Pby. of Montgomery; P. E. and P. Pear- 
isburg and Walker's Creek, Va., '75-79; P. 
Cynthiana, Ky., '79-81; Ev. Syn. of Ky., 
'81-86; P. Uniontown, Ala., '86-91; Ev. Syn. 
of Nashville, '91-92; P. Elk Branch Ch., 
DufReld's, W. Va., '93—. 

TUFTS, Edgar, Banner Elk, N. C— 
Born, Kirkwood, Ga.; W. and L. U., Va., B. 
A., 1894; Un. T. S., '97; Lie. May, 18, '97, 
Ord. Sept. 18, '97, Pby. of Concord; Ev. Pby. 
of Concord, Watauga, N. C. — . 

TURNBULL, Lennox B., Durham, N. C. 
—Born, Baltimore Co., Md.; H.-S. C, Va. 
and U. of Va.; Dav. C, N. C, D. D.; Un. T. 
S., Va., 1873; Lie Dec, '74, Ord. Nov., '78, 



Pby. of Chesapeake; P. Farmwell, '78-83; P. 
Catoctin. '83-89; P. Old Market, '89-93; P. 
Durham, N. C.,'94— ; Author, magazine arti- 
cles. 

TYLER, James W., Lawrenceburg,J<y. 
—Born, Bloomfield, Ky.; Central U., Va., B. 
A., 1889, M. A., '90; Un. T. S., Va.; Lie. 
May, '91, Pby. of Louisville; Ord. May, '92, 
Pby. of West Lexington; P. Broad well, Ky., 
'92-94; P. Oxford, Ky., '94-96; P. Lawrence- 
burg, Ky., June, '96 — ; Author, " The One 
Mode of Bible Baptism." 



VALENTINE, Richard, 1250 Third St., 
Huntington, W. Va. — Born, Lexington, 
Kv.;Centre C, Ky., B. A., 1847; Prin. 
T. S., '50; Lie. Sept. 4, '50, Ord. Nov. 14. 
'51, Pby. of Louisville; P. New Castle, Ky., 
'50-67;^ P. Lexington, Ky., '67-74; P. Au- 
gusta, Ky., '74-83; P. Mason. O., '83-88; 
P. Georgetown, O., '88-96; S. S. Kenova 
and Milton, W. Va., '96—. 

VAN DEVANTER, James N., Fort Defi- 
ance, Va. — Born, Waterford, Va.; H.-S. C., 
Va., 1880; Un. T. S., Va., '83; Lie. June, '83, 
Ord. Oct., '83, Pby. of Lexington; P. Group 
of Chs., Phillippi, Holly Meadows and Da- 
vis Mem., Va., '83-86; P. Beverly and Davis 
Mem., Va., '87-91; P. Augusta, Va.. March 
1, '91—. 

VAN HOUTEN, C. N., Manchester, Va: 
—Memb. Pby. of East Hanover; P. Man- 
chester, Va.— . 

VAN LEAR, John, Henderson, Texas. 
— Born, Lexington, Ky.; Central U. , Ky., 
B. A., 1889; Un. T. S., Va., '94; Lie. May 18, 
'93, Pby. of Lexington; Ord. April 22, '96, 
Pby. of West Lexington; Ord. April 22, '95, 
Pby. of East Texas; P. Henderson, Tex., 
May 10, '95. 

VAN LEAR, Matthew, Shreveport, La. 
—Born, Williamsport, Md.; Prin. U., B. A., 
1858; Dan. T. S., Kv., '61; Lie. June '60, 
Pby. of Carhsle; Ord. Oct. '61, Pby. of West 
Lexington; P. Bethel, W. Lexington Pby., 
'61-73; P. Woodford, Ky., '62-64; P. Mt. 
Horeb, '64-73; P. Winchester, Ky., '73-87; 
P. Shreveport, La., '87—. 

VAN METER, John Stonestreet, Rich- 
mond, Mo. — Born, Lexington, Ky.; W. and 
L. U., Va., 1869; Law Dept. of same, '71; 
Pbn. C, Upper Mo., D. D.,'97; Dan. T. S., 
Ky., '80; Prin. T. S., '88; Lie April 18, '80, 
Ord. Oct. 31, '81, Pby. of Lexington; P. St. 
Cvnthiana, Ky., '81-85; P. Hot Springs, 
Ark., '85-93; P. Richmond, Mo., '93—. 

VANCE, James Isaac, 134 Summer St., 
Nashville, Tenn. — Born, Arcadia, Tenn.; 
King C, Tenn., B. A., 1883; M. A., '85; 
H.-S. C, Va., D. D., King C, Tenn., D. D., 
'95; Un. T. S., Va., '86; Lie. May, '85, Pby. 
of Holston; Ord. May, '86, Pby. of Abing- 
don; P. Mytheville, Va., '86-87; P. 2d Ch., 
Alexandria, Va., '87-91; P. 1st Ch., Norfolk, 
Va., '91-95; P. 1st Ch., Nashville. Tenn., 
'95—; Author, "Young Man Four Square,'' 
(Fleming H. Revell Co., Chicago. 50c.), '94; 



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"Church Portals," (Pbn. Com. Pub., 75c.), 
'96, "College of" Apostles," (Fleming H. 
Revell Co., 75c.), '96. 

VANCE, Joseph A., 2450 Md. Ave, Balti- 
inorc. Aid. — Born, Sullivan Co., Tenn.; King 
C, Tenn., B. A., 1885; Un. T. S. Va., '88; 
Lie. '87, Pby. of Holston; Ord. '88, Pby. of 
Louisville; P. Woodland Ave. Ch., Louis- 
ville, Kv., '88-91; P. Mar>-land Ave. Ch., 
Baltimore, Md., '91—; Author, "The West- 
minster Assembly and Its Confession for 
God," (Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond, 
Va.) 

VA R D E L L, Charles Graves, J^ed 

Springs, N. C. — Born, Charleston, S. C, 
Feb. 12, 1860; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., '88; 
Prin. T. S., '91; Lie. April '91, Pby. of New 
Brunswick; Ord. June '91, Pby. of Albe- 
marle; P. New Berne, N. C, '91-96; Pres. 
Red Springs Seminary, N. C, '96 — ; Trustee 
Dav. C, N. C, '92—; Regent Orphans' 
Home, Syn. of N. C, '93—; Regent Acd. 
Inst, for Col. Students, Syn. of N. C, 
'94—. 

VAUGHAN, Clement Read, Roanoke, 
Ffl.,— Born, July 16, 1827; H.-S. C, Va.; W. 
and L. U., Va., D. D.; Un. T. S., Va., '47; 
Lie. Mav 14, '47, Ord. Dec. 23, '49, 
Pby. of West Hanover; My. and S. S. 1st 
Ch., Lj'nchburg, '47-49; P. Lynbhburg, 
'49-57; S. S. Macon, Ga., '71-72; S. S. 3d 
Ch., Richmond, '73; Prof. King C.,'74; S. S. 
1st Ch., Raleigh, N. C, '77-78; S. S. Central 
Ch., Atlanta, '79; Chapl. U. of Va., '79-81; 
P. New Provndence Ch., Lexington Pby., 
'81-84; Memb. Plymouth of Lexington—. 

VEDDER, Chaples Stewart, ji6 Ch. 
St., Charleston, S. C. — Born, Schenectady, 
N. Y.; Un. C, N. Y., D. D., 1876, LL. D., 
'94; Col. T. S., S. C, '61; Lie. and Ord. 
April, '61, Pbv. of Charleston; P. Summer- 
ville, S. C, '61-66; P. Huguenot Ch., Charles- 
ton. S. C, '66—; Author, "Sermons, Ad- 
dresses and Poems." 

VENABLE, Albert Sidney, Bayview, Va. 
—Born, Victoria Co., Tex., Sept. 3, 1862; 
Austin C, Tex., B. A., '89; Un. T. S., Va., 
'92; Lie. July 16, '92, Ord. Sept. 30, '92, Pby. 
of Washbourne; P. Alma, Ark., '92-94; P. 
Van Buren, Ark., '92-95; P. E. and P. Bay- 
view, Va. , Nov. 15, '95 — ; Prin. Bayview 
High School. 

VENABLE, Joseph Glass, Broadwell, 
A>.— Born, Selbv Co., Ky.; U. of PubUc 
Sch., Louisville, 'Kv., B. A. and E. C. E., 
1871; Dan. T. S., Ky., '74; Lie. '73, Pby. of 
Louisville; Ord. '78, Pby. of Neosha; H. M. 
N. Pbn. Ch. in Missouri, Kansas and Texas 
16 yrs; S. S. Point Prairie, Mo., '74-75; S. S. 
Appleton City, Mo., '76-77; S. S. Oswego, 
Kan, '77-78; S. S. Fainnount, Kan., '79-82; 
S. S. Rodney, Miss., '82-83; My. Pby. of 
Topeka, Kan., '83-91; S. S. Trov, Ala., '93- 
96; P. Mt. Pleasant, Pby. of W." Lexington, 
Jan. '96—. 

VERNER, S. Phillips, Luebo, Congo, 
Free State, Africa. — Born, Connerrosso, S. 
C, 1873; S. C. U., B. A., '92; Lie. and Ord. 



F. My. Sept. 26, '96, Pby. of Tuskaloosa; 
Prof. Stillman Institute, Tuskaloosa, Al,; 
My. to Africa, Sept. 25, '95. 

VOSS, Louis, 933 Secon4 St., New Or- 
leans, La. — Born, Germany; German T. S., 
Newark, N. J., 1879; Lie. Nov. '80, Ord. 
Dec. 19, '80, Pby. of New Orleans; P. First 
St. German Pbn. Ch., New Orleans, '80—; 
Prof. Greek and German in Neweomb C, 
Tulane U., '91-92; Author, "The Eldership," 
(Pbn. Bd. of Pub., Ger. tract, 3c.), '97; 
"Confirmation," (Author, Ger. tract, 6c.), 
•97; S. C. Pby. of New Orieans, La., '92—; 
Ed. of Altenheim-Bote. 



WADDELL, Isaac Watts, Dahlonega, 
G"<z.— Born, Marietta, Ga.; U. of Ga., 
B. A., 1870; Lie. Oct., '73, Pby. of 
Cherokee; Ord. '82, Pby. of Savannah; P. 
Brunswick, Ga., '80-86; S. S. Albany and 
Cuthbert, Ga., '86-90; Ev. Pby. of Macon, 
'90-92; Forsyth, Barnesville and Thomaston, 
Ga., '92-93; Pres. North Ga. Agrl. and Mil. 
C, '93—. 

WADELL, James Addison, Roxbury, 
Fa.— Born, Staunton, Va., Nov. 26, 1817; 
U. of Pa., M. D.; Un. of Va., B. A.; W. and 
L. U., Va., D. D.; Lie. '67, Pby. of Green- 
brier; Ord. '72, Pby. of East Hanover; S. S. 
Anthony's Creek, Va., Olivet and Bethany, 
Va.; S. S. Lexington, Va.; S. S. Bensalem, 
Ala.; P. New Kent, Va.; Prin. Ann Smith 
Academy, Lexington, Va.; Author, "Letters 
to a Young Presbyterian " (Pbn. Com. Pub., 
Richmond, Va. ); "Nut and Nutshell" (A 
tract ) . 

WADE, Joel Taylor, Highlands, N. C. 
—Born, Campbells\nlle, Ky.; Central U., 
Ky., B. A. 1887; Un. T. S., Va., '80; Lie. 
Sept., '89, Pby. of South Carolina; Ord. 
April, '91, Pby. of Mecklenburg; S. S. Au- 
gusta, Va., '90; P. Pineville and Pleasant Hill, 
N. C, '91-93; P. Franklin. Morrison and 
Center, N. C, '93-97; S. S. Highlands, N. C, 
and My. work in vicinity, '95 — . 

WADLEY, William Thomas, Waxa- 

hatchie, Tex. — Born, Lexington, Tenn.; S. 
W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 1893; Div. Sch. S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., '95; Lie. April 16, '95, Pby. 
of Western District; Ord. June 12, '96, Pby. 
of Dallas; S. S. Kennett, Mo., '95-96; P. 
Waxahatchie, Tex., '96 — . 

WAKEFIELD, John, Salisbury, S. C. 
—Born, Ontario, Canada; Dav. C, N. C, B. 
A., 1893; Un. T. S., Va., '96; Lie. June 2, 
'96, Pby. of Orange; Ord. Oct. 30, '96, Pby. 
of Wilmington; S. S. New Hope and Sweet 
Home, S. C, '96-97; P. China Grove and 
Spencer Chapel, S. C, '97 — . 

WALDEN, Julius Walker, Athens, Ga. 
—Bom, Centre, Ala.; W. and L. U., Va.; S. 
W. Pbn. U., Tenn., D. D., 1893; Un. T. S., 
Va., '73-75; Lie. April, '75, Ord. Oct., 76, 
Pby. of South Alabama; P. South Franklin 
St.' Ch., Mobile, Ala., '76-78; P. Park Ch., 
Davton, O., '78-81; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Co\nng- 
ton, Kv., '81-87; P. 2d Ch., Newark, O., '88- 



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91; P. Prytania St. Ch., New Orleans, La., 
'92-96; P. 1st Ch., Athens, Ga., '96—. 

WALKER, Charles Patrick, Madison, 
Fla. — Born, Merriwether, Ga.; U. of Ala., 
M. A., 1882; Stud. Theol. under Rev. Jas. 
K. Hazen, D.D.; Lie April, '78, Ord. April, 
'84, Pby. of South Alabama; S. S. Prattville, 
Bethlehem and Pine Flat, Ala., '78-80; P. 
Milton and Bagdad, Fla., '83-93; Pres. Synl. 
Fem. C, Florence, Ala., '80-82; Pres. Fla. 
State Normal C, '93—. 

WALKER, J. A., Files, 7>jir,— Memb. 
Pby. of Ft. Worth—. 

WALKER, James Lynn Rhea, Talla- 
dega, Ala. — Born, Rogersville, Tenn., March 
2, 1867; Sweet Water C, Tenn., B. A., '89; 
Auburn T. S., N. Y., '92; Lie Aug., '92, Pby. 
of Holston; Ord. Nov. 20, '92, Pby. of Tus- 
caloosa; P. Marion, Ala., and Tea. of Bible 
in Marion Fem. Sem., '92-96; P. Talladega, 
Chap. Isabell C, Chm. Ex. Com. Orphans 
Home, Syn. of Ala.; Ed. Our Orphans' 
Home, '95 — . 

WALKER, Simon Gpaham, North 
Wilkesboro, N. C. — Born, Stoney Creek, N. 
C, Dec. 18, 1856; State Normal Sch. ; Div. 
Sch., Stilman Institute, Ala., '90; Lie July 

4, '90, Ord. Oct. 10, '91, Pby. of Orange; Ev. 
'91-97; Estabhshed2d Pbn. Ch., Elkin, '91, 
and Clark Mem. Ch.; Est. Acad, and Ind. 
Institute, N. Wilkesboro, N. C, Supt. and 
Prin., '95—. 

WALKER, William Levi, Greenville, 

5. C— Bom, Charlotte, N. C; Dav. C, N. 
C, B. A., 1892; Prin. T. S., '95; Lie. May, 
'95, Pby. of Mecklenburg; Ord. Nov., '95, 
Pby. of Enoree; P. 3d Pbn. Ch., Greenville, 
S. C, '96—. 

WALKER, Wm. Townes, Oxford, N. C. 
—Bom, Dover, Va.; Stud. H.-S. C, Va., 1888; 
Stud. Un. T. S., Va.; Lie, April, '90, Ord. 
June, '90, Pby. of Montgomery; S. S. 3d Ch., 
Lynchburg, Va., 1 yr.; S. S. Hampton, Va., 
2>^ yrs.; Ev. Gran\alle Group, Nut Bush, 
Shiloh, Oak Hill, Grassy Creek and Geneva, 
N. C— . 

WALKUP, Joseph W., Hampden-Sid- 
nev, Va. — Bom, Rockbridge Co., Va.; W. 
and L. U., Va., B. A., 1844, M. A., '46; Stud. 
U. of Va., 1 yr.; Un. T. S., Va., '61; Lie 
April 17, '61, Pby. of Montgomerv; Ord. 
Sept. 8, '67, Pby. of Roanoke; S. S^ Vacant 
Chs. in Rockbridge; Chap. Confed Army; P. 
Old Concord Ch., Va., '67-73; P. Gerards- 
town and Tuscarora, W. Va., 1 yr.; Ev. Pby. 
of Winchester, '73-90; Memb. Pby. of Win- 
chester — . 

WALLACE, Addison Alexander, 7^/*?-^- 

ico. Mo. — Bom, Independence, Mo., Dec. 25, 
1862; Wm. C, Mo., B. A., '84, M. A., '87; 
McC. T. S., Chicago, '87; Lie April 30, '87. 
Pby. of Lafayette; Ord. April 22, '88, Pby. 
of Missouri; S. S. Odessa, Mo., '86; P.Spring- 
field, Mo., '87; S. S. Mexico, Mo., '87, and 
P. '88—. 

WALLACE, Benjamin Edward, Belle 
Haven, Va. — Bom, Soddv, Tenn.; KingC, 
Tenn., B. A., 1893; Col." T. S., S. C, '96; 



Lie '93, Pby. of Knoxville; Ord. Jan. 8, '96, 
Pby. of Wilmington; P. Immanuel Ch., Wil- 
mington, N. C, '96-97, and Ed. Young Peo- 
ples' Column N. C. Pi-esbyte^-ian; P. Belle 
Haven and Powelton, Va., '97 — . 

WALLACE, H.W., Opelousas, Za.— Born, 
Chautawa, Miss., Feb. 10, 1861; Stud. St. Is- 
adore's C, La., 5 yrs.; Stud. Theol. in M. 
E. Ch.; Lie M. E. Conference, '89; Ord. 
Deacon by Bishop Grandberry, Dee, '91; 
Ord. Elder, Bp. Hendricks; P. Talis Creek, 
La., '90; Carrington, La., '91; Port Vincent, 
La., '92; P. Mathersville, Miss., '94; Wesley 
charge. La., '95; French My. of La. Conf. in 
South-west La., '96; Received into Pby. Ch., 
Jan. 14, '97; S. S. Opelousas group of Chs., 
La., '97—. 

WALLACE, James A., Chattanooga, 
Te?in.— Born, Soddv, Tenn.; M. C, Tenn.; 
Un. T. S., Va.; Ord. June, 1868, Pby. of 
Knoxville; P. Soddy, Sale Creek and Wash- 
ington, Tenn., 1 yr.; P. Cleveland and Ath- 
ens, Tenn., 1 yr. ; P. Sweetwater and Mad- 
ison\dlle, Tenn., 17 yrs., and Braidentow-n, 
Fla., lyr. 

WALLACE, J. Albert, 5J5 Alabama St., 
Bristol, Tenn. — Born, Soddv, Tenn.; King 
C, Tenn., 1887, B. A. and M. A.; Central 
U., D. D.; Un. T. S., Va., '74; Lie '73, Pby. 
of Knoxville; Ord. '74, Pby. of Holston; P. 
Jonesboro and Johnson City, Tenn., '74-76; 
P. Mossy Creek, Tenn., '76-79; Prof, of Men- 
tal and Moral Philosophy, King C, Tenn., 
'69-85, and Pres. '85—. 

WALLACE, James Darnall, Browns- 
ville, Tenn. — Born, Sweetwater, Tenn.; S. 
W. Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A., 1894; Div. Sch. 
S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '95; Lie May, '93, 
Pby. of Knoxville; Ord. Sept. 26, '95, Pby. 
of Western District; P. Brownsville, Tenn., 
'95—. 

WALLACE, Joseph W., Independence, 
Mo.— Bom, Fayette Co., Ky.; Centre C, Ky., 
B. A., 1840, M. A., '42; Prin. T. S., '45; Lie 
2d Pby. of New York; Ord. Nov., '47, Pby. 
of West Lexington; P. Mt. Ste;ling, Ky.; S. 
S. Versailles and Clear Creek, Ky.; S. S. 
Salem, High Grove, Lee's Summit, Central 
Prairie and Six Mile, Mo. 

WALLACE, William Gordon Flagler, 

Blooniingdale, Fla. — Bom, Kingstree, S. C; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1873; New^ Branswick 
T. S., N. J., '76; Lie April, '76, Pby. of East 
Alabama; Ord. April, '77, Pby. of Lafayette; 
P. Sedaha, Mo., '76-79; Ev. Lafayette and 
St. John, Fla., '79-86; S. S. Dunedin, Fla., 
'85-86; Ev. Pby. of Athens, '87-89; S. S. 
Fairv-iew, S. C, '89; P. Oxford, Va., '90-91; 
P. Carolina and Kentyre, '92-93; S. S. Braid- 
entown, Fla., '93-94; Now teaching. 

WALLACE, William Seward, Cedar- 
town, Ga. — Born, New York City; Dav. C, 
N. C, B. A., 1887; Col. T. S., S. C, '90; Lie 
April, '90, Pby. of Florida, U. S.; Ord. Pby. 
of S. Florida, U. S. A. ; P. Kissimmee, Fla. , 
'90; P. Palatka, Fla., '90-96; P. Cedartown 
Fla., '95— . 



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WALLER, Charles DeV., Marion, la. 
— Born, Selma, Ala.; Erskine C, S. C, B. 
A.; Un. T. S., N. Y. City, 188G; Ord. '86, 
Pby. of Tuscaloosa; P. :McKinley, Ala.. '86- 
88; P. Union Springs, Ala., '88-89; P. Falling 
Springs, Va., '89-96; P. Marion, Va., '96—. 

WALLER, William Towns, Camdcu^ 
Ala. — Born, Selma, Ala.; Erskine C, S. C, B. 
A., 1875; Erskine T. S., S. C. '77; Lie. and 
Ord. '77, 2d Pby. of Ass. Reformed Syn.; S. 
S. Lebanon and Camden, Ala.; City My. 
Charlotte, N. C, '77-84; United with Pbn. 
Ch., '84; P. Centreville, Ala., '84-89; P. Liv- 
ingston and Boligee, Ala., '89-90; P. Liv- 
ingston and Centreville, Ala., '91-93; P. 
Centreville, Ala., '93-94; P. Camden and 
Lower Peach Tree, Ala., '94 — . 

WALLIN, James Henry, Hazel Green, 
Ky. — Born, Lee Co., Va. ; S. P. Lees Inst., 
1892-93; Stud. Theol. 2 yrs.; Ord. '96, Pby. 
of West Lexington; S. S. Hazard, Avawam 
and Chavies, Ky., '96—. 

WALTHALL, David Kirby, Chestnut 
Hill, Rechnwnd, l^a. — Born, Campbell Co., 
Va.; Richmond C, Va., B. A., 1892; Un. T. 
S., Va., '96; Lie. May, '96, Ord. May, '96, 
Pbv. of East Hanover; P. Mizpah and Fair- 
field, Va., '96—; Pres. vSouthern Pbn. C, 
'97—. 

WALTON, Thomas Peyton, Fulton, Mo. 
—Born, Cartersville, Va.; H.-S. C, Va., B. 
A., 1877; Un. T. S., Va., '80; Lie. April, '80, 
Pby. of West Hanover; Ord. Oct., '80, Pby. 
of Missouri; Mv. in Chariton Co., Mo., '80- 
82; P. Ashley, 'Mo., '82-84; P. Portsmouth, 
Va., '84-85; Prin. Watson Sem., Mo., 2 yrs.; 
P. Mizpah, Mo., 5 yrs.; Pres. Elizabeth Aull 
Sem., Lexington, Mo., '92-96; Pres. Synl. 
Fem. C, Fulton, Mo., '96—. 

WALTON, Robert A., Louisville, Ky.— 
Born, Norfolk, Va.; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 
1883; Un, T. S., Va., '86; Lie. '86, Pby. of 
East Hanover; Ord. May, 87. Pby. of West 
Lexington; P. Owingsville, '87-91; S. S. 
Gilead and Springfield, '87-91; P. George- 
town, '91-96; Pby. of West Lexington—. 

WARDLA W, Albert Goodall, Charles- 
ton, S. C— Born, Fort Vallev, Ga., Jan. 20, 
1856; Emory C, Ga., '79; Prin. T. S., '83; 
Ord. M. E. Ch., Nov., '86; P. Doversville, 
Richmond and Culpeper, Va., Augusta and 
Atlanta, Ga., '82-89; Ord. Pby. of Atlanta, 
Nov., '89; S. S. l.st Ch., Macon, Ga., '90; P. 
Laurens, S. C, '90—; P. Westminster Ch., 
Charleston, S. C. 

WARREN, M. N., Leeds, Ala.—Uc by 
Cumb. Ch., Pbv. of Tex.; Rec. by M. E. Ch. 
So.; Rec. and'Ord. Ev. Feb. 10, 1891, Pby. 
of North Alabama; S. S. Wesobulga, Ala., to 
'95; S. S. part of the time Marble Springs, 
Ala.; S. S. Childersburg, Ala., '95; P. Leeds, 
Ala., '97—. 

WASHBURN, Edward Davis, Roviney, 
IV. Va. — Born, Savannah, Ga.; U. of Va. , 
1872; Un. T. S., Va., '75; Lie Mav 1, '75, 
Ord. Sept. 2, '76, Pby. of West Hanover; S. 
S. Mavsville, Va., '75-78, and P. '78-82; S. S. 
New Store, Va., '75-82; S. S. Liberty, Va., 



'83-84, and P. '84-93; P. Romney, W. Va., 
'93—. 

WASHBURN, George Lucius, Dwyer, 
Mo. — Born, Higginsville, Mo.; Wm. C, Mo., 
B. A., 1884; McC. T. S., Chicago, '87; Lie. 
April, '87, Ord. Dec, '87, Pby. of Lafayette; 
S. S. Sweet Springs, Longwood, 1st Ch. Pet- 
tis, Mo., '87-93; P. Des Peres, Dwyer, Mo., 
'93—. 

WATKINS, John S., Spartanburg, S. C. 
—Born, Halifax Co., Va.; H.-S. C.,Va.; U.of 
Va.; U. of N. C, D. D.; Un. T. S., Va.; Ord. 
'72, Pby. of Orange; P. Roanoke, Va., '72-78; 
P. 1st Ch., Raleigh, N. C, '78-92; P. IstCh., 
Spartanburg, S. C, '92-98; Author "Hand 
Book for Ruling Elder, " (Pbn. Com. of Pub., 
Richmond, Va. ) 

WATSON, Samuel MeCluer, Mechanics- 
ville, J/o.— Born, St. Charles Co., Mo.; Stud. 
Theol. under his father; Lie. May, '76, Ord. 
Sept., '78, Pbv. of St. Louis; S. S. and P. 
Washington, Mo., '76-81; S. S. Keytesville 
and Dalton, Mo., '81-85; S. S. South Dar- 
denne, '85 — ; P. Dardenne, Mo., '92 — . 

WAY, Edgar William, Gainesinlle, Ga. 
—Born, Walthoun-ille, Ga., Nov. 12, 1863; U. 
of Ga., '87; Prin. T. S., '91; Ord. Dee. 1; '91, 
Pby. of Savannah; P. Walthourville, Ga. , 
'92; P. Ev. work Gainesville, Ga. — . 

WAY, L. T., Dorchester, Ca.— Memb. 
Pby. of Savannah; S. S. Dorchester, Ga. — . 

WEAVER, C. C, Cameron, 7>jr.— Memb. 
Pby. of Central Texas; S. S. Cameron, 
Tex. — .. 

WEAVER, Jas. Henry, Campbellsville, 
Ky. — Born, Hardeman Co., Tenn.; S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., 1876; Un. T. S., Va., '79; 
Lie. Sept., '79, Ord. Oct., '79, Pbv. of Mem- 
phis; P. Atoka, '79-81, and Big Creek, Tenn., 
'79-85; P. Mason, Tenn., '84-88; P. Jeffer- 
sontown and Beulah, Ky., '88-92; P, Camp- 
bellsville and Bethel, Ky., '92—. 

WEBB, Frank Bell, Columbia, Tenn. 
—Born. Eutaw, Ala.; W. and L. U., Va., 
1869; Un. T. S., Va., '72; Lie. and Ord. Dec. 
31, '72, Pby. of East Alabama; P. Union 
Springs, Ala., '72-87; P. 3d Ch., Binning- 
ham, Ala., 14 months; P. 1st Ch., Columbia, 
Penn., '88—, S. C. Pby. of East Alabama 15 
vrs.; Director Col. T. S., S. C, 4 vrs.; Memb. 
Gen. Assembly's F. M. Com., '93—; Now S. 
C. Pby. of Columbia. 

WEBB, Robert A., Clarksinlle, Tenn. 
—Born, Oxford, Miss.; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
B. A., 1877, D. D., 99; Col. T. S., S. C; Lie. 
Pby of Nashville; Ord. '82, Pby. of Bethel; 
P. Bethel, S. C; P. Dav. C, N. C; P. West- 
minster Ch., Charleston, S. C; Prof, of Sys- 
tematic Theol., S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn. — . 

WELLFORD, Edwin Taliaferro, 3006 
West Ave., Netvport Nezus, Va. — Born, Glou- 
cester Co., Va., Dec. 6, 1870; H.-S. C. Va., 
B. A.. 91; Un. T. S. Va., '92; Lie. April, '92, 
Ord. Mav 10, '92, Pbv. of East Hanover; P. 
1st. Pbn. Ch.. Newport News, Va., '92—. 

WELLS, John Miller, Hinds Co., Miss. 
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Va., '93; Lie. Pby. of Chesapeake; Ord. 
y. of Lexington; P. Buena Vista, Va., '98- 
; P. 2d Ch., Stanton, Va., '96—; Author 
Why Are We Presbyterians ?' ' ( Buena Vista 
lb. Co.) 

WELLS, L. L., Auris, Miss.— Memh. 
by. of Ethel — . 

WEST, James Durham, Bryan, Tex. 

-Born, Winston Co., Miss.; LaGrange Synl. 

., Tenn., B. A., 1861; Stud, theol. in the 
.rmy; Lie '63, Pby. of Cherokee; Ord. '66, 
Pby. of East Mississippi; P. Pontotoc, Miss., 
16 yrs.; P. Aberdeen, Miss., 4 yrs. ; Ev. Pby. 
of Tombigbee, 3 yrs.; Ev. Pby. of Central 
Mississippi, about 6 yrs.; P. Bryan, Tex. — . 

WEST, Jett Thomas, York, Ala.— Bom, 
Selma, Ala.; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., Ph. B., 
'97; Div. Sch. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '97; 
Lie. July '96, Ord. Dec. 6, '97, Pby. of Tus- 
caloosa; P. York, Hadden, Oxford and Eliza- 
beth, Ala., '96—. 

WEST, William C, Ocean Springs, Miss. 
—Born, Decatur, O., April 6, 1847; Mar. C, 
'71; Lane T. S., Ohio, '71-74; Ord. Sept. 23, 
'74, Pby. of Portsmouth; P. Bantam, Mon- 
roe and Mt. Carmel, Ohio, '74-77; P. Shelby- 
ville, 111., '78-81; Ev. Pby. New Orleans. 

WHALEY, Fpedepiek N., Chatham, Va. 
—Born, Fairfax Co., Va.; Jeff. C, Pa., 1846; 
Un. T. S., Va., '49; Lie. April 23, '49, Ord. 
April 19, '51, Pby. of Winchester; S. S. 
I^ewinsville and H. My. Fairfax Co., Va., 
'49-51; P. Clarksville Ch., Va., 51-92, and 
S. S. during same time, Boydton, Gravel 
Hill, Blue Stone and Nut Bush, Va. ; Author, 
a tract, " Kind Words for the Sick." 

WHALING, Thornton, Lexington, Va. 
—Born, Radford, Va.; Roa. C, B. A., 1879, 
M. A., '85; Austin C, Tex., D. D., '94; Roa. 
C, D. D., '96; Col. T. S., Va., '83; Lie. April, 
'83, Pby. of Charleston; Ord. Nov., '83, Pbv. 
of Harmonv; P. Cheraw, S. C, '83-90; P. 
So. Highland Ch., Birmingham, Ala., '90-92; 
Prof. Mental and Moral Philosophy S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn. '92-96; P. Lexington, Va., 
'96 — ; Author," Our Church and Education," 
(Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond, Va. ); 
Review Ed. Magaziite of Christian Liter- 
ature., N. Y. City. 

WHAREY, James Morton, JSIooresville, 
N. C— Born, Goochland Co., Va.; H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., 1857, D. D., '90; Un. T. S., Va., 
'62; Lie. '62, Pby. of West Hanover; Ord. 
'66, Pby., of Abingdon; P. Cove and Ga- 
lena, Va., '66-67; P. Cumberland, Va., '67- 
76; P. Rocky River, N. C, '76-86; P. Moores- 
ville, N. C, '86—. 

WHARTON, Charles N., Warrcnton, N. 
C— Born, Greensboro, N. C; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A., 1890; Un. T. S., Va.; Lie. April 13, 
'92, Pby. of Orange; Ord. June 9, '93, Pby. 
of Albemarle; S. S. Grassy Creek, N. C, 
'93-94; S. S. Geneva, N. C, '93-97; S. S. 
Warrenton, N. C, '93; S. S. Littleton, N. C, 
'95, and S. S. Young Memorial, N. C, '97—. 

WHARTON, Turney Ashby, Abingdon, 

Fa.— Born, July 6, 1862, U. of N. C; vStud. 



Un. T. S., Va., '83-84; Pby. of Abingdon; P. 
Sinking Spring, Va. — . 

WHITE, Andrew Walker, Corpus 
Christi, Texas.— T>aM. C. , N. C. ; Un. T. S 
Va., 1883; Lie. May 9, '83, Ord. Sept. 14, '93,' 
Pby. of Concord; P. Third and Fifth Creek, 
N. C, '83—; P. Corpus Christi, Texas—. 

WHITE, Edgar, Frierson, Za.— Born, 
Lowndes Co., Ala., Jan. 5, 1849; Stud. 
Theol. under care Pby. of Red River; Lie 
Mav, '83, Ord. Nov. '92, Pby. of Red River; 
S. S. Red Liek, La., '92—. 

WHITE, George Wm., Moorefield, W. 
Fa.— Born, Nottaway Co.,Va., June 22, 1830; 
U. of Va., B. A., 1850; Un. T. S., Va., '66; 
Lie. April 13, '57, Ord. Nov. '58, Pby. of 
West Hanover; P. Brunswick, Va,, '58-66; 
P. Moorefield, W. Va., '66—. 

WHITE, Henry Alexander, Lexington, 
Va. — Born, Virginia; W. and L. U., Va., M. 
A., 1885, Ph. D., '87; Central U., Ky., D. D., 
'91; Prin. T. S., Va., '89; Stud. Un. T. S., 
'87-88; Ord. Aug., '89, Pby. of Lexington; 
Prof. History, W. and L. U., Va., '89—; 
S. S. to- Chs. in Lexington, Pby. in con- 
nection with teaching; Author, "The Origin 
of the Pentateuch," ($2), '94; "Robert E. 
Lee and the Southern Confederacy," (G. P. 
Putnam's Sons, $1.50). 

WHITE, Henry Martin, Winchester' Va. 
— Born, Richmond, Va.; W. and L. U., Va., 
M. A., 1854, and D. D.; Un. T. S., Va., '60; 
Lie. Sept. 13, '60, Pby. of Lexington; Ord. 
Nov. 13, '60, Pby. of Montgomery; P. Big 
Lick (Roanoke), Va., '60-66; P. Mountain 
Union, Va., '62-66; P. Glade Spring, Va., 
'66-75; P. London St. Ch., Winchester. 
Va., '75—; Author, "Rev. Wm. S. White, D. 
D.. Life and Times," (Pbn. Com. of Pub., 
Richmond, Va., $1.60); Director Un. T. S., 
Va., '69—. 

WHITE H. W., Sun-Tsien, China.— 
Memb. Pbv. of Winchester; My. to China, 
Sept. 11, 1893—. 

WHITE, Robert Ashlin, Gerardstown, 
W. /'a.— Born, Moorefield, W. Va. ; H.-S. C, 
Va., B. A., 1887; Un. T. S., Va., '93; Lie. 
May 9, '92, Ord. Nov. 14, '93, Pby. of Win- 
chester; P. Gerardstown, W. Va., '93 — ; also 
P. Bunker Hill, W. Va.— . 

WHITE, Robert "ii., 322 New St., Macon, 
Ca.— Born, Yorktown, N. Y.; Amh. C, 
Mass., B. A., 1889; Un. T. S., N. Y., '92; Lie. 
April, '91, Ord. '92, Pby. of Winchester; P. 
Bedford, N. Y., '92-95; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Macon, Ga., '95 — . 

WHITE, Thomas Ward, New Birming- 
ham, Texas — Ev. Pby. of Eastern Texas—; 
Author, ' ' Flowers by the Wayside, " " The 
Deaf Shoe Maker," Gilbert Hunt, Black- 
smith," "Martin the Miner," "Boy of 
Mansfield," etc. 

WHITE, Wm. C, Warm Springs, Va. 
—Born, Salem, Mass.; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 
1880; Stud. U. of Va., '80-81; Un. T. S.,Va., 
"86; Lie. May, '85, Pby. of West Hanover; 
Ord. June 17, '87, Pby. of Lexington; P. 



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Greenwood, Va., '87-92; P. Healing Springs, 
Va., '89-94; (P. Hot Springs, Va.. '92, and 
P. Wann Springs, Va., '87—; S. C. Pby. of 
Lexington, ^larch 7, '93 — . 

WHITE, Wm. Donaghe, Staimtov, Va. 
— Born, Tuscalooso, Ala., Nov. 21, 1851; 
H.-S. C, Va.; Stud. U. of Va.; Un. T. S., 
Va., '81; Lie. June 18, '81, Ord. Oct. 7, '82, 
Pby. of Winchester; S. S. Harper's Ferry, 
•81-82; P. Harper's Ferry, '82— ; P.Staunton, 
Va., '97—. 

WHITE, W. G., Charlotte, N. C— Stud. 
S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 1884r-85-86. 

WHITE, Wm. Henry, 3rarion, N. C. 
— Born, Spartanburg Co., S. C, Aug. 20, 
1855; Stud. U. of Mo. and Wofford C, S. C; 
Col. T. S., S. C, '86; Lie April 10, '85, Pby. 
of Enoree; Ord. '87, Pby. of South Ala.; S. 
S. Greenville, Sandy Ridge and Haynes- 
ville, Ala., '8(>-87; S. S. Troy, Bethel, Union 
and Providence, Ala., '87-91; Also Ev. to 
neighboring Chs., '87-91; P. Marion, Green- 
lee, Siloani and Old Fort, N. C, '91—; 
teacher for about 5 yrs. ; Editorial work past 
18 mos. 

WHITE, Wm. MeC, Lewisburg, IV. Va. 
— Born, Washington Co., Va.; Stud. W. and 
L. U.. Va.; Un. T. S., Va., 1893; Lie. Pby. of 
Winchester; Ord. June 1, '93, Pb)-. of Han- 
over; P. Mizpah and F'airfield, '93-95; P. 
Lewisburg, W. Va., '95 — . 

WICKER, J. L., Brevard, N. C— Memb. 
Pby. of Asheville; P. Brevard, N. C. — . 

WIGGINS, James Hannibal, Bonfiam, 
7>r.— Born, Oxford, N. C, Jan. 2(5, 1848; 
Stud. H.-S. C, Va.; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 
'70-73; Lie. '73, Ord. '74, Pby. of Eastern 
Texas; P. Longview, '74-81; P. Texarkana, 
Tex., '81-84. and S. S. Rusk and Harmony, 
Tex, '84—; P. Bonham and S. S. Honey 
Grove, Tex. — . 

WILKINSON, Daniel Fredepiek, Crow- 
ley, La. — Born, Raleigh, Miss.; S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn., B. A.. 1893, M. A., '96; Div. Sch. 
S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., Class '96; Lie. June 
18, '96, Ord. Oct. 18, '96; P. and Ev. Crow- 
ley, La.. '96—. 

WILLIAMS, C. C, Hope, Ark.— Born, 
Williamsburg Co., S. C; Ark. C, B. A., 1881, 
Vn. T. S., Va., '83; Lie. April 20, 83, Pby. of 
Ouachita; Ord. Jan., '84. Pby. of Central Mis- 
sissippi; P. Brandon, Miss., 2 yrs.; P.Tyler. 
Tex., 9 yrs.; P. Hope. Ark. — ; Author "Pre- 
destination," (a tract). 

WILLIAMS, E. W., Abbeville, S. C. 

WILLIAMS, John C, Junction City, Ark. 
—Born, Williamsburg Co., S. C; Ark. C, B. 
A.. 1882. M. A.. 86; Col. T. S., S. C, '85; Lie. 
'84, Pby. of Harmonv; Ord. '85, Pby. of 
Ouachita; P. Arkadelphia, Ark., '85-92; Ev. 
Pby. of Ouachita, '92-93; P. Malvern, 93-95; 
Teacher Hist. Science and Greek, High Sch., 
Junction City, Ark.; S. S. El Dorado and 
Scotland, Ark., and P. Junction Citv, Ark., 
'95—. 

WILLIAMS, John Milton, 135S Camp 
St., New Orleans, /.rt. -Born, Toronto, Can.; 



S. W. Pbn. U., B. A., 1895; Div. Sch. S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., '96; Lie June, '96, Ord. 
April, '97, Pby. of New Orleans; Ev. Cov- 
ington, Gretna, Bowie and points near New 
Orleans, La. — . 

WILLIAMS, John N., Clarkton, 3Io. 
—Ord. Nov., 1896, Pby. of Potosi; (Residence 
unknown). 

WILLIAMS, W. J., Ilendersonville, N.C. 

WILLIAMSON, James Leander, New- 
berry, .S. C. — Born, Lancaster Co., S. C; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1875; Col. T. S., S. C, 
'78; Lie. May, '77, Ord. Dec., '79, Pby. of 
Bethel; S. S. Waxhaw and Tirzah, S. C, sev. 
mos., and P. of same, '79-82; P. Hillsboro, 
N. C, '82-83; P. Poplar Tent, N. C, '83-88; 
P. Sugar Creek, N. C, '88-96; P. Aveleigh 
Ch., Newberry, S. C, Nov., '96—. 

WILLIAMSON, Samuel Hill, Yaticy- 

ville, N. C— Born, Yaneeyville, N. C; U. S. 
Naval Aed., Annapolis, Md., 1881; Stud. Un. 
T. S., Va., '97; Lie. June, Ord. Sept., '97, 
Pby. of Orange; S. S. Yaneeyville, Bethesda 
and Stony Creek, N. C, June, '97—. 

WILLIS, Richard Baxter, .^arry. Ark. 

— Born, Leaksville, N. C; Bingham Sch., N. 
C; Stud. U. of Va.; Un. T. S., Va., 1884; 
Lie. '84, Ord. '85, Pby. of Orange; A. P. 1st 
Ch., Little Rock, Ark., 6 mos.; S. S. 2d Ch., 
Memphis, Tenn., 1 mo.; P. Oxford, 3 yrs.; 
Ev. Pby. of Ark., 7 mos.; P. Newport and 
Searcy, Ark., 6 yrs.; P. Searcy, Ark. — ; S. C. 
Syn. of Ark. — . 
WILSON, Alfred Whitefield, Dodd 

City, Tex. — Born, Greenville, Tenn.; Green- 
ville C, Tenn., B. A., 1857; U. of Tenn.. M. 
A., '70; Stud. Theol. privatelv; Lie. '69, Ord. 
'73, Pby. of Holston; S. S. White Pine, Rus- 
sellville and Libertv Hill, Tex,, '69-81; S. S. 
Bonham and Dodd City, Tex., '81-85; S. S. 
Doe Run, Mo., '86-92; Ev. Pby. of Paris, 
'95 — ; Pres. Rogersville Female College, 
Tenn., 6 yrs., and Elmwood Seminary, Mo., 
6 yrs.; Prof. Hist. Austin C, Sherman, Tex., 
3 yrs.; Private Sch. work for a number of 
years. 

WILSON, Benj., Spartanburg, S. C. 
Born, Sumpter, S. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 
1884, and M. A.; Stud, in Germanv. '88; 
Prin. T. S.; Lie. '87, Pby. of Harmony; Ord. 
'68, Pby. of Enoree; P. 1st Ch., Spartanburg, 
S. C, '87-90; Pres. Converse College, '90—; 
Memb. Bd. of Trustees, Davidson C, N. C, 
and Converse C. — ; Author " Christology of 
Genesis ' ' ( Quarterly Review). 

WILSON, Edwin Lindesey, Waterford, 
Fa.— Born. Berkelev Co.. Va.; H.-S. C, Va., 
B. A., 1869; Un. T.'S., Va., '72; Lie. March 
13, '72, Ord. Oct. 12, '72; A. P. FaUing 
Water, Va., '72; P. Hancock, Md., '72-74; P. 
Gerardstown, W. Va., '74-93; P. Catoctin. 
Va., April, '93—. 

WILSON, G. A., Brownsbnrg, Va.— 
Memb. Pby. of Lexington; P. New Provi- 
dence, Va. — . 

WILSON, James Adams, Conway, S. C. 
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A., Col. T. S., S. C, 1886; Lie and Ord. 
June, '86, Pby. of Bethel; P. Aimwell and 
Longtown, 86-91; P. Seneca, Mt. Zion, Var- 
ennes, S. C, '91-97; also S. S. Townville, 
Honea Path and Flat Rock, S. C. 

WILSON, James Wm., Franklinton, 
N. C— Born, Tala, West Coast, Africa, Mar. 
2, 1863; Lin. U., Pa.. B. A., '82; Stud. Lin. 
T.S., Pa., '88, and Aub. T. S., N. Y., '92-93; 
Lie. and Ord. '97, Pby. ol Cape Fear; Teacher 
Albion Acd., Franklinton, N. C, '89-92, 94- 
95, and Hittrell Inst., N. C, '9&— . 

WILSON, Joseph Henry, Bascomville, 
S. C. — Born, Allahabad, North India, May 
27, 1842; Stud. S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn; S. W. 
Pbn. U., Tenn., M. A., '93; Lie April 18, Ord. 
'93, Pby. of Bethel; P. Fort Lawn and Cedar 
Shoals, S. C.,'93, andS. S. Richburg, S. C— ; 
Soldier C. S. A., 4 yrs.; Prin. High Schs., 
Tenn., Ky., Ga. and S. C, 26 yrs. 

WILSON, J. LowPie, Abbeville, S. C. 
— Born, Allahabad, Northern India; Stud. S. 
W. Pbn. U., Tenn.; Dav. C, N. C, D. D., 
1886; Col. T. S., S. C, '69; Lie. April, Ord. 
Sept. 12, '69, Pbv. of Bethel; P. Bethesda, 
'69-85; P. Abbeville, S. C, Feb. 28, '86—. 

WILSON, Joseph R., joot East- Main St., 
Richtnond, Va. — Bom, Steubenville, O., Feb. 
22, 1825; Jeff. C, Pa., '44; Wn. T. S., '45; 
Prin. T. S., '46-48; Lie, '48, Pby. of Steu- 
benville; Ord. June 20, '49, Pby. of Ohio; P. 
Chartiers, Pa., '49-51; Prof. H.-S. C, Va., 
'51-56; S. S. Walker's, Va.; P. Staunton, Va., 
'66-58; P. Augusta, Ga., '58-70; Prof. Pas- 
toral Theol. Col. T. S., '70-74; P. Wilmington, 
N. C, '74-85; Prof. Theol. Div. Sch. S. W. 
Pbn. U., Clarksville, Tenn., '86-93; S. C. of 
the Gen. Ass. Southern Ch., '61—. 

WILSON, Luther Halsey, Chipley, Fla. 
—Born, Sabatha, North India; Stud. Han. C, 
Ind., and E. Tenn. U., 1 yr.; Stud. Prin. T. 
S., '59-60; Lie., '63, Pby. of Knoxville; Ord., 
'66, Pby. of Flint River; S. S. Madisonville, 
Tenn., '63; Chapl. in Lee's Army, '64-65; P. 
Whitney, Ga.,' 66-72; P. Friendship, Ga.,'72- 
74; H. M. Clarksville, Ga., '75; P. Yorkville, 
S. C, '76-79; P. Group of Chs., Whitney, 
Newton, Camilla and Fort Gaines, Ga., '79- 
81; P. Marshall, Tex., '82-83; P. Tyler, Tex., 
'83-85; P. Clarendon and Holly Grove, Ark., 
'85-87; H. M.in So. Fla., '87-94; P. Hunters- 
ville, N. C, '94-96; Ev. in ^y. Fla., '96—; 
Author, "Divine and Human," "Baptism 
and the Holy Ghost, " "Little Child's Cate- 
chism, " " Scripture Questions Book, " " Pat- 
tern of the House;" Pres. Pbn. Female C, 
Tj'ler, Tex., 2 yrs.; Teacher 20 yrs. in con- 
nection with ministerial work. 

WILSON, Oscar Biekley, Tuscaloosa, 
Ala. — Born, Rogersville, Tenn.; U. of Va.; 
Un. T. S., Va., 1889; Ord. Nov., '89, Pby. of 
Lexington; P. Windy Cove and Millboro,Va., 
'89-93; P. Conway, Mablevale and Waddell, 
Ark., '93-96; Prof. Stillman Inst., '95-96; Ev. 
for Gen. Ass. (Southern, ) among the negroes 
of the South, '96—. 

WILSON, Robert W., 1621 Salem St., 
Nashville, 7>«7/.— Born, Maury Co., Tenn., 



Oct. 9, 1846; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., '76; Un. 
T. S., Va., '78; Lie. April, '77, Ord. Sept., '78, 
Pby. of Nashville; P. New Hope, Tenn., '78- 
89, and S. S. Chs. in the vicinity; P. Platts- 
burg. Mo., '89-91; P. Soddy, Tenn., 3 yrs., 
also S. S. Wallace, Tenn.; P. Oliver Springs, 
Tenn., '94-96; P. Mt. Pleasant, Tenn.. '96-97; 
Supt. Monroe-Harding Orphan's Home, 
Nashville, Tenn., Syn. of Nashville, '97—. 

WILSON, Samuel Blain Owen, New- 
bern, Tenn. — Born, May 6, 1809; Prin. U.; 
Un. T. S., Va., '34; Lie April 19, '34, Ord. 
June 15, '35, Pby. of West Hanover; S. S.'34- 
35, and then P. Scottsville and Mars Hill, 
'35-38; P. Hopewell and Six-Mile Chs., 
Bethel Pby. ,'39-41; Prof. Dav. C, N. C, '41- 
63; P. Third Creek Ch., Concord Pby., '53- 
61; P. Mt. Carmel Ch., Memphis Pby., '61-83. 

WILSON, Samuel Litle, Elberton Ga., 
—Born, 1861; Dav. C, N. C, '76; Stud. Col. 
T. S., S. C, '77-79; P. Aimwell and Horeb, 
'79-81; Ev., '82; P. Appomattox C. H., Va., 
'85; P. Richlands, W. Va., '87; P. Elberton, 
and S. S. Lavonia, Ga. — . 

WILSON, Thornton S., Neivs Ferry, Va. 
—Born, Albemarle Co., Va.; U. of Va., B. A., 
1877; Un. T. S., Va., '81; Lie. May, '81, Ord. 
Aug., '81, Pby. of Roanoke; P. Oak Level, 
Mercy Seat, Meadsville and Mt. Carmel, Va., 
and S. S. Chatham, Va.—; Ev. Syn. of Va., '91. 

WILSON, Wm. "^..Sutton, W. Fa.— Born, 
Cumberland Co., Va.; H.-S. C, Va., 1886; 
Un. T. S., Va., '89; Lie '89, Pby. of West 
Hanover; Ord., '89, Pby. of Concord; Ev. Pby. 
of Concord, '80-90; P. Trinity, Arvon and 
Scottsville, Va., '90-95; P. Burnsvilleand Sut- 
ton, W. Va., Nov., '96—. 

WILSON, Wm. Venable, Lynchburg, Va. 
— Born, Prince Edward Co., Va., April 14, 
1819; H.-S. C, Va.; Un. T. S., Va., '41; Lie 
Oct. 6, '43, Ord. March 16, '45, Pby. of West 
Hanover; P. Finney wood, '45-46; S. S. Am- 
herst C. H., '46; S. S.,'48, and P. Clarksville, 
'49-61; P. 2d Ch., Petersburg, Va., '51-66; P. 
Moorefield, W. Va., '55-62; Chapl. C. S. A., 
'62-66; P. Marion, Va., '66-76, P. Anchor of 
Hope, Galena, Va., 15 yrs. 

WINECOFF, James Eugene Lee, Chad- 
bourn, N. C. — Born, Cabarras Co., N. C, 
1863; Stud. Dav. C, N. C, '63, Un. T. S., 
Va., '91; Lie Aug., Ord. Sept., '91, Pby. of 
Potosi; S. S. Clarkton and Kennett, Mo., 
'91-92; H. M. work N. C, and S. S. Kinston, 
La Grange and Dover, N. C, '92-94; P. Cal- 
vary Ch., Blackburg, S. C, and Woodlawn 
Ch., Sharon, S. C, '96-96; H. M. work Co- 
lumbus Co., N. C, and S. S. Chadbourn, 
Whiteville and Hub., N. C, '96—. 

WINFREE, J. H. H., Churchville, Va. 
—Born, Chesterfield Co., Va.; H.-S. C, Va., 
B. A., 1860; Un. T. S., Va.,'63; Lie, '68, Pby. 
of East Hanover; Ord. '68, Pby. of Lexing- 
ton; P. Williamville and Stony Run, '69-72; 
P. vShemariah, '80-82; P. Rock Spring, Va., 
■72, and Loch Willow, Va., '82—. 

WINN, Paul Patterson, Decatur, Ga. 
—Born, 1845; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., '69, M. 
A , "72; Adj. Prof. Dav. C, N. C, '71-74; 



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Asst. Instr. Greek and Lalin, I-'inlc}- Ili^li 
Sch., N. C, To-TC); Ord. V. I^enoir, N. C. 
7(i-78; P. Concord, N. C, 'TU-HI; Asst. Instr. 
Statesville Male Acd., N. C, 'S-i-Ho; V. Clay- 
ton and Pahnvra, Ala., 'So; Prin. Clayton 
Hij^di Sch., Ala'., 'So-Sli; S. S. :Midway. Stone 
Mountain, Lithonia and Astuell, Ga. — .. 

WINN, S. K., Petersburg, T^.— Born, At- 
lanta, Ga.; \V. and L. r.,Va., B. A.; H.-S. 
C, Va., D. D., 1890; Un. T. S., Va., 77; Lie, 
'77, Phy. of Atlanta; Ord., '77, Pby. of Ches- 
apeake; P. Pbn. Cli., Culpeper C. 11., Va. ; 
P. Washiiifj^ton St. Ch., Petersburg, Va. — . 

WINN, Thomas Sumner, Ste-cvarV s Sla- 
tiofi, ^lla. — Born, Sunhurv, Ga. ; U. of Ga., 
B. A.. 1841; Col. T. S., S.' C, '4G; Lie. and 
Ord., Nov., '4t), Pby. of Georgia; H. M. 
Houston and Pulaski' Cos., Ga., '4()-48; A. P. 
Midway Congrl. Ch., Ga., '48-55; P. Car- 
thage, Concord and Mt. Zion, Ala., 3(> yrs.; 
S. S. same time Bethsalem, Boligee, Greene 
Co., Ala., 5 yrs.; S. S. Bethel and Gainesville, 
Al;i., Kbenezer, Clinton, .\la., and Woodlawn 
and ;ird Ch., Birmingham, Ala., each a few 
mos.; Meml). Pb}'. of Tuscaloosa — . 

WITHEROW, Thomas Scott, Laurel 
S/>nni^s, Va. — Born, Frederick Co., Md.; 
Jeff. C., Pa., B. A., 1849; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., 
2 yrs.; Prin. T. S., '53; Lie April 27, '53, 
Pby. of New Brunswick; Ord. July 14, '55, 
Pbv. of Winchester; P. Washington Ch., Va.; 
P. Mt. Horeb, Va.; P. Oak Grove, Va.; H. 
M. in .Vmherst, Nelson and Albemarle Cos., 
Va., .several yrs.; Agt. Va. Bible Soc. Nelson, 
Va., 5 yrs.; II. M. Laurel Springs, Va. — . 

WITHERSPOON, E. B., Jackson, Mo. 
— Born, Colunil)us, Miss.; U. of Miss., B. A., 
ISSl; Col. T. S., S. C, '8(5; Lie vSept., '85, 
Ord. Nov. 'SO, Pby. of Tombeckt)ee; P. Knox 
Ch., Scoobo. Miss., '8(>-95; S. S. Macon, 
:\Iiss., '91-94; S. S. Dekalb and Wahalah 
for a .short time; S. S. 2d Ch., Meridian, El- 
lisville and Toonsuba, '95; P. 1st Ch., Jack- 
son, Mo., Feb., '!•(;—. 

WITHERSPOON, Jepe, loS N. Fifth 
Fifth St., Richmond Va. — Born, Munroe 
Co., Miss.; U. of Mi.ss., B. A., 1872, D. D.; 
Col. T. S., S. C; Lie. May, '74, Ord. Oct. 
'75; P. Okolona, Mi.ss.; P.' May.sville, Ky.; 
P. Jackson, Tenn.; P. Lst Ch., Nashville, 
Tenn.,'97;P. GraceSt. Pbn. Ch., Richmond, 
Va., '98—; Director Prin. T. S., '88—. 

WITHERSPOON, Thomas Dwight, 933 

Second St., l.oiti.iviHe. l\v. — Born, (rreens- 
boro. Ala.; I', of Mi.ss., B. A., 185(5, M. A., 
•58, D. D., '(57, LL. D., '85; Lie June G, 59, 
Ord. Mav 23, '(50, Pbv. of Chicka.saw; P. Pbn. 
Ch., Oxford, INIiss.,' '59-05; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., 
Memphis, Tenn., '(55-70; P. Christian.sburg, 
Kv.,'70-7]; P. Tabb St. Ch., Petersburg, Va.. 
•73-82; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Louisville, Kv", '82- 
91;Chapl. C. S. A., '(51-fi5; Chapl. U. of Va., 
'71-73; Prof. Homiletics, Lv. Pbn.T. S., Ky., 
•93 — ; Clirn. and Treas. Ex. Com. of Ev. La- 
bor, Syn. of Ky.— ; Mod. Gen. Ass., '84; 
author, "Children of the Covenant" ($1); 
"Letters on Romanism" (oOc), (Pbn. Com. 
of Pub., Richmond, Va.V 



WOLF, Jonas, I'-oii^.v Jh-pot. Ind. Ter. 
— Burn, .Mississipi)i; educated in the Chicka- 
.saw language; Lie Sept., 1881, at Goodland, 
Ind. Ter.; Ord. A])ril, '84, at San Boise, Ind. 
Ter.; H. M. to the Chickasaw Nation; in 
charge of four Chs., I'by. of Indian, Ind. 
Ter. — ; Governor ot the Chickasaw Nation 2 
terms; " I am a lull blood Chicka.saw, (57 yrs. 
old, and when 1 enlisted in the work it was 
lor life, and I have never grown weary yet." 

WOLFE, G. L., Cartilage, N. C. 

WOLL, John Joseph, Opelika, Ala. 
—Born, Dechard, Tenn.; S.W. Pbn. U., B. A., 
1891, M. A., '92; Div. Sch., S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., '92; Lie April, '92, Pby. of Nashville; 
Ord. Oct., '92, Pby. of Louisville; P. Hanes- 
ville, ^Morrison and Lewisport, '92-9(5; P. 
Opelika, Ala., Oct., ^9(5—. 

WOMELDORF, C. R., Maranhao, F. do 
Maranhao, Brazil, S. yL— Born, Rockbridge 
Co., Va.; W. and L. U., Va.; Un. T. S., Va., 
1894; Lie May 15, '93, Ord. May 11, '94; 
Memb. Pby. of Lexington; Mv. to Brazil, 
March 42, '94—. 



, Taylorsville, Ala. 

Yorkshire, England; 
Sch., 1865; Primitive 

Oct. 21, '93, Ord. May, 
Jacksonville and Rich- 
P. Mt. William, Maple 
W^esley, '95-9(5; S. S. 
, Lacon, Somenille and 
'97 — ; Methodist Local 



WOOD, John S 

— Born, Barn.sley, 
Barnsley Grammar 
Meth. T. S., '74; Lie 
'95; P. Topsail Sound, 
lands, N. C, '93-95; 
Hill, HalLsville and 
Ebenezer, Bethlehem, 
Fairview, Ala., Oct., 
Preacher, '(58-72. 

WOOD, Wm. A., Statesville, N. C. 
—Born, Rowan Co., N. C, Nov. 28, 1831; 
Dav. C, N. C, B. A., '52; H.-S. C, Va., D. 
D., '79; Stud. Prin. T. S., 2 yrs.; Col. T. S., 
S. C, '5(5; Stud. U. of Edinburgh, 1 vr.; Lie 
June 17, '57. Ord. July 23, '59, Pbv. of Con- 
cord; P. Bethany, Fifth Creek and'Tabor, N. 
C, '59-60; P. Washington, N. C, '61-62; S. 
S. Asheville, N. C, '(i2-64jS. S. Fifth Creek, 
Third Creek and Unity. N. C, '64-69; P. 
Statesville, N. C, '69—. 

WOODBRIDGE, G. G., Houston, Texas. 
—Memb. P])y. of Brazos; P. 2d Ch., Hous- 
ton. Texas — 

WOODBRIDGE, Samuel Isett, Chang- 
chocC, China. — Born, Hendenson, Ky., Oct. 
1(5. 1856; Col. T. S., S. C; Prin. T. S., '80; 
Ord. Oct. 7, '82. Pbv. of Charieston ; Mv. to 
China. April 18, '82—. 

WOODBRIDGE, Wm. Gould, Griffin, 
(ia. — Born, Baton Rouge, La.; Prin. U., M. 
A., 18(54; Prin. T. S., '79; Lie June, '78, Ord. 
July 17, '79. Pby. of Tombeckbee; P. Enter- 
prise, Miss., '79-80; P. E. Hot Springs, Ark., 
'80-81; S. S. Warrenton, Va., '82-83; P. 5th 
Ch., Chicago. 111.. '84-88; S. S. Mattituck. 
L. I., N. v.. '8S-9I; P. Griffin. Ga., '91—. 

WOODROW, James, Columbia, S. C. 
— Memb. Pby. of South Carolina; received 
degree of D.D.; Pres. Columbia, S. C. — . 

WOODRUFF, John Newton, Tuscaloosa, 
Ala.— Worn. Littlefield, Conn.; Centre C, 
Ky.. B. A.. 1858; Col. T. S.. S. C, '61; Lie 



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'60, Ord., Pby. of South Carolina; served 
Chs. in Fla., New England, Long Island, ,N. 
Y., in some of the N. Western States, in 
Texas and Alabama; Memb. Pby. of Tusca- 
loosa — . 

WOODS, Edgar, Pantops Academy, 
Charlottesville, la. — Born, Wheeling, W. 
Va., Dec. 12, 1827; W. C, Pa., B. A., '43, 
Ph. D.. W. and J. C, Pa., '83; Stud. Prin. T. 
- S., "60-52; Lie. June,'53, Ord. Oct., '53, Pby. of 
Washington; P. South Wheeling, Va., '63-57; 
P. 1st Ch., Columbus, O., '57-62; P. Char- 
lottes\dlle, Va., '66-77; P. Bethel, South 
Plains, Mt. Harmony and Slate Hill, '77-84; 
author, "Golden Apples" ( Robert Carter ) , 
'74; three sonsmis-sionaries in China; Founder 
of Pantop's Academy, Albemarle Co., Va., 
'77. (The Ed. was baptized by and is a 
namesake of Edgar Woods. ) 

WOODS, Francis M., Martinsburg, IV. 
Fa.— Born Captina, O.; W. C, Pa., B. A., 
1864, M. A., '68; H.-S. C, Va., D. D., '92; 
Un. T. S., Va., '67; Lie. Feb. 20, 66; Pby. of 
Chicago; Ord. Nov. 3, '67, Pby. of East Han- 
over; P. Hartwood, Va., '67-72; P. West 
Middlesex, Pa., '72-79; P. Martinsburg, W. 
Va., Aug. 24, '79 — . 

WOODS, Henry Martin, Chinkiang, 
C/iitia.— Born, Columbus, O., Aug. 14, 1857; 
Stud U. of Va. and Free Ch. C, Edinburg; 
Un. T. S., Va., '82; Lie. and Ord. Ev. Oct. 
30, 83, Pby. of West Hanover; My. to China, 
March 20, '83—. 

WOODS, James Allen, Alexander City, 
Ala.— Born. Belfast, Tenn., 1837; Stud. 
Cumb. U., Tenn.; Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '69- 
70; Lie. and Ord., '71. Pby. of Columbia; P. 
Union and Petersburg, Pbv. of Columbia, 
'71-78; P. Bethany. 3 yrs.; P^ Buf ord Station, 
1 yr.; Wartrace Bethsalem Ch., Pbv. of Nash- 
ville, '83-85; P. Bethany, Columbia Pby., 3 
vrs.; P. Weatherford and Gainesville, Texas, 
8 yrs.; P. Alexander City, Ala. — . 

WOODS, Neander M., 209 Vance St., 
Memphis, Tenn. — Born, Harrodsburg, Ky.; 
Stud. U. of Kv. and U. of Mich.; Stud. Law, 
W. U.. St. Loiais, Mo.; Un. T. S., Va., 1873; 
Lie. April, '73, Ord. Oct., '73, Pby. of East 
Hanover; P. 2d. Pbn. Ch., Norfolk, Va., 
'73-81; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Galveston, Tex., '81; 
P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Charlotte, N. C, '82-86; P. 
1st Pbn. Ch., Columbia, S. C, '86-89; P. 2d 
Pbn. Ch., Memphis, Tenn., May 1, '89—. 

WOODS, Wm. Hervey, 231 North Cal- 
houn St., Baltimore, Md.— Born, Greene Co., 
Kv.; H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1874; Un. T. S., 
Va., '77; Lie '77, Ord. '78, Pby. of "\i^inches- 
ter; P. Round Hill, Va., '77-78; P. Cedar 
Cliff and Cedar Creek, Va., '78-87; P. Stras- 
burg. Cedar Cliff and Cedar Creek, Va., '85- 
87; P. Franklin Square Ch., Baltimore, Md., 
'87; Author, Numerous articles for magazines 
and Ch. papers. 

WOODSON, Albert R., 1/14 So. Illinois 
St., Indianapolis, Ind.— Born, St. Louis, 
Mo.; Wm. C, Mo., B. S., 1892; McC. T. S., 
Chicago, '94; Ord. '96, Pby. of Missouri; S. 
S. Laddonia, '94-95; P. Monroe City, Mo., 



'94-98; P. 6th Ch., Indianapohs, Ind., April, 
'98—. 

WOODWORTH, Malcolm Graham, 

News Ferry, Va. — Born, Burlington, W. Va.; 
H.-S. C, Va., B. A., 1892; Un. T. S., Va., 
'96; Lie. April, '96, Pby. of Winchester; Ord. 
Aug.. '96, Pby. of Roanoke; P. Hat Creek, 
Va., and S. S. Roanoke, Brookneal and Cub 
Creek, Va., June, '96-97; Teacher, News 
Ferry, Va., '97—. 

WOODWORTH, Malcolm W., Dawson, 

Md.— Born, Washington Co., N. Y.; Un. C, 
N. Y., B. A., 1854; Prin. T. S., '67; Lie 
April, Ord. Sept., '57, Pby. of Winchester; 
P. Mt. Hope and Piedmont, Va., '57-61; P. 
Providence, Va., '61-65; P. Patterson's Creek, 
W. Va., '66-87; P. Davis, W. Va., '87-94; S. 
S. various places, '94 — . 

WOOL, John E., Welch, IV. Va.—Born, 
Nvack, N. Y.; Un. T. S., Va., 1886; Lie. 
May, '86, Pbv. of East Hanover; Ord. Oct. 
'86, Pby. of'Roanoke; P. Briery Ch., Va., 
'86-90; Ev. Pby. of Abingdon, '90-96; Ev. 
Syn. of Virginia, Aug., '96; 

WORD, Julius Patton, Quitman, Ga. 
—Born, Cassville, Ga.; Oxford C, Ala., B. A.; 
Stud. Theol. under direction of Pbv.; Lie. 
Oct., '80, Ord. April, '81, Pby. of South Ala- 
bama; S. S. Gadsden, Ala., '80-81; S. S. 
Calera, Vine Hill, Lowndeslaoro, Harpers- 
ville, P. Harpersville and Calera, Ga., '81-87; 
P. Quitman and Valdosta, Ga., '87—; Chapl. 
4th Regt. Ga. Volunteers, and Captain, C. 
S A 

WORKMAN, Wm. Hay, Liberty, S. C. 
—Born, Camden, S. C; Stud. Col. T. S., S. 
C; Ord. 1887, Pby. of Harmony; P. Brew- 
ington Group, Pby. of Harmony, '87-94; P. 
Liberty, Carmel and Slabtown, S. C, '94—; 
Teacher and lawyer before entering the min- 
istry; Author, " Presbyterian Rule," new edi- 
tion, '98 (Pbn. Com. of Pub., Richmond, Va., 
'35.) 

WORSHAM, James Valentine, Seventy- 
Six, Mo.— Born, Perry Co., Mo.; Stud. Wm. 
C, Mo.; Lie. 1883, Ord. '74, Pby. of Potosi; 
P. Clarkton, New Madrid, Hughesville and 
Ev., 1 yr.; Retired. 

WYCOUGH, Wm. Hunter, Eliaiville, 
Tex.— Born, Batesville, Ark.; Ark. C, B. A. 
and M. A., 1887; Stud. Col. T. S., S. C; Lie 
April 10, '86, Pbv. of Arkansas; Ord. Apnl 
10, '87, Pby. of Red River; S. S. Scotland, 
Arkansas Pbv.; S. S. Monroe, La.; S. S. 
Rusk, Tex.; S. S. Greenville, Tex.; P. Ennis, 
Tex.; S. S. Graham, Tex.; S. S. Eliasville, 
Tex.—. 

WYLIE, Jesse Edward, Pottsville, Ark. 
—Born, McCracken Co., Ky.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
1893; Lv. Pbn. T. S., '95; Lie. May 16, '95, 
Pby. of Western District; Ord. Oct. 22, '95, 
Pby. of Washbourne; P. Mount Zion and 
Prosperity, Ark., July 1, '95—; Chm. Pbl. 
and Syn.'C«n. of Publication— . 

WYNNE, Wm. Allen, Charlotte, N. C. 
—Born, Nashv-ille, Tenn., Dec. 10, 1860; Lit- 
erary' and business education; Col. T. S., S. 
C, '95; Lie. June 19, '96, Ord. Sept. 6, '95, 



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Pby. of Moiitgoiiierv; V. Rraniwell, W. Va., 
'»«^97: S. S. Princeton, \V. Va., '95-97; P. 
Graham St. Pbn. Ch., Charlotte, N. C., Nov., 
•97—; Gen. vSec. Y. M. C. A., 7 yrs., and State 
vSec. V. M. C. A. work, 2 vrs. 



YARBRO, David Nathaniel, Eufaula, 
.-//rt.— Born, Pachicah, Kv; S. W. Pbn. 
U., B. A., 1892, M. A. '93; Div. Sch., 
S. W., -98; Pbn. U., Tenn.. '93; Stud. Prin. 
T. S.. '94-95; Lie. April 8, '92, Pby. of Padu- 
cah; Ord. Sept. 16, '9;^, Pby. of Central, Tex- 
as; S. S. Cameron, Tex., '93-94; P. pAifaula, 
Ala., May 1, '95—. 

YEAMAN, M. V. P., V'auccburg, Ky. 
— Born, Henderson, Ky., April 28, 1867; S. 
W. Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A., 88; Un. T. S., Va., 
'90; Lie. June 2, '9(), Ord. June 13, '90, Pbv. 
of Paducah; P. Hawesville, Kv., 90-91; P. 
Walnut Hill, Ky., 91-94; P. Vanceburg, Ky., 
'94 — ; One of the founders and memb. of 
first Staflf of Pvditors of the Union Seminary 
Magazine; Author, P'reciuent contributor to 
religious press. 

YERGER, Henpy Sale, femandina, 
Ma. — Born, Washjjigton Co., Miss., July 24, 
1849; Stud. U. of Miss., and W. and L. U., 
Va.; Un. T. S., Va., '72; Lie. May, '73, Ord. 
May, '74, Pby. of JMemphis; P. Palestine, 
Eastern Texas Pby., '74-75; P. IVIurfrecsboro, 
Tenn., '76-78, and S. S. of same, '79; S. S. 
2d. Ch., Edgefield. '80; P. E. of same, '81; S. 
S. Fernandiria, Fla., '82 — . 

YONAN, Isaac Malek, Nashville, Tenn. 
— Born, Oroomiah, Persia; OroomiahC, Per- 
sia; Wm. Co., ISIo.; Lv. Pbn. T. S. Ky., 1896; 
Ord. May, '96, Pby. of West Lexington; Trav- 
eled mo.stly among Chs., in the interest of 
Foreign INIissions; P. Adams Pbn. Ch., Nash- 
ville, Tenn. — ; Author, "Persian Women," 
(Cumberland Pbn. Pub. House, Nashville, 
Tenn., $1.) '98. 

YOUNG, Edward James, Thibodeaux, 

La. — Born, .\uV)urn, Me., Roa. C, Va., B. 
A., 1878, M. A., '83; Div. Sch., S. W. Pbn. 
U., Tenn., 90; Lie. May, '90, Pby. of Nash- 
ville; Ord. Ev. Nov., '91, Pby. of New Or- 



leans; Ivv. New Orleans and on 111. Central R. 
R., '90-91; Ev. Thilxjdeaux and Houma, La.. 
Aug., '91 — ; Teacher and Journalist, and in 
Civil Service Washington, D. C, before en- 
tering the Ministry. 

YOUNG, Henry, Alexander, BeWs 
Valley, I 'a. — Born, Lexington, Mo.; Park C, 
B. A., 1890; Vn. T. S., Va., '94; Lie. June 13, 
'94, Pby. of Lafayette; Ord. Nov. 15, '96, Pby. 
of Lexington; P. Lebanon and Goshen, Va., 
'95—. 

YOUNG, James Augustus, Gainsville, 
6a.— Born, Eatonton, Ga.; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn.; Div. Sch., S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
1893; Lie. '95, Pby. of Atlanta; Ord. '96, Pby. 
of Athens; P. Gainsville, Ga., '95 — . 

YOUNG, John Silas, McMinnvillc, 

Tenn.— Born, Feb. 9, 1840, Cumb. I'., Tenn., 
B. A., '59; Un T. S., Va., '66; Lie. Mav 1, '69, 
Pby. of Roanoke; Ord. '71, Pby. of South 
Carolina; P. Roberts and Good Hope, '71-75; 
P. 2(1. Ch., Nashville, Tenn., '76-83 and S. S. 
Ninety-Six and Smyrna, '70-71; Memb. Pby. 
of Nashville — . 

YOUNG, Samuel, Edgezvood, Ga. 
— Memb. Pbv. of Atlanta—. 



ZERNOW, Hopaee Binney, Marion, 
S. C— Born, Charieston, S. C; Dav. C. 
N. C, B. A., '83; Col. T. S., S. C, '84; 
Lie. April, 'S3, Pby. of Charleston; Ord. 
May 6, '87, Pby. of Holston; S. S. Summer- 
set and Pisgali, 1 vr. ; S. S. Cumberland, 1 yr. ; 
Johnson City, Tenn., '8(5-87; S. S. New Lon- 
don, Va., '87-88; P. Academy, Va., '88-91; 
S. S. Marion and Dumbarton, S. C., 6 
months; then P. '91-97, and S. S. '97—. 

ZIVLEY, John Henry, Big Springs, 
7i-.i-.— Born, Shelbwille Tenn., Oct. 29, 
1827; Mt. Reserve C.'. Tenn., '43; V\\. T. S., 
N. v., '47; Lie. June, '47, 4th. Pbv. of New 
York; Ord. '48, Pbv. Richland; P. Midwav, 
Ky., '48-49; P. Hiintsville, Ala., '50-53; P. 
San Saba, 4 yrs.; Organized and served Chs., 
at San Angelo and Ballinger 4 yrs. ; P. Colo- 
rado, Tex. , 7 yrs. ; Gen. My. of Texas, '63 — . 



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WHAT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH STANDS FOR. 

The Presbyterian Church stands, as it has stood during its entire history, for loyalty to 
Scriptural doctrine, simplicity of worship, representative government, a high standard of 
Christian living, liberty of conscience, popular education, missionary activity and true Chris- 
tian catholicity. 

The influence of Presbyterianism, Hon. Wm. E. Gladstone depicts as follows: "It has 
given Presbyterian communions the advantages which in civil order belong to local self-gov- 
ernment and representative institutions; orderly habits of mind; the development of a gen- 
uine individuality, together with the discouragement of mere arbitrary will and of all eccen- 
tric tendencies; the sense of a common life and the disposition energetically to defend it; 
the love of law combined with the love of freedom." 

President Patten, of Princeton University, said: "Ours is not a cathedral-building Church. 
We never bi:ilt a cathedral. I hope we never will. Our Church is a college-planting Church. " 

Ex-President Benjamin Harrison says: " The Presbyterian Church has been steadfast for 
liberty, and it has kept steadfast for education. It has stood for the highest scholarship, and 
it has equally stood against that pseudo-altitudinous philosophy which says there is no God, 
and that from a study of His Word says He has given us no Word. It has been strenuous in 
its opposition to this doctrine, and has stood as stiff as a steel beam for the faith delivered 
to our fathers, and it still stands with steadfastness for that essential doctrine — the inspired 
Word. It is not an illiberal Church. There is no body of Christians in the world that opens 
its arms wider or more lovingly, to all who love the Master, than the Presbyterian Church. 
It is catholic in its sympathy and in its cooperation with all churches, and though it has 
made no boast or shout, it has yet been an aggressive Church. It has been a missionary 
Church from the beginning. The missionary spirit is inherent in it." 



SOME AMERICAN PRESBYTERIAN FACTS. 

1630. Rev. Richard Denton settles in Massachusetts. 

1648. Rev. Francis Doughty holds services in New York City. 

1644. Presbyterian congregation in charge of Mr. Denton, at Hempstead, I,. I., N, Y. 

1683. Rev. Francis Makemie begins his work in Maryland. 

1701. Rev. Jedidiah Andrews ordained pastor at Philadelphia, Pa. 

1705. First Presbytery organized. 

1717. The General Synod organized at Philadelphia. 

1729. The General Synod adopts the Westminster Standards. 

1775. The General Synod issues a pastoral letter sustaining the Continental Congress. 

1788. Adoption of the Constitution of the Church by the General Synod. 

1789. First General Assembly meets in Philadelphia. 
1799-1800. Period of the great revival of religion. 

1810. The Cumberland Presbyterian Church established. 

1811. The first Theological Seminary established at Princeton, N. J. 
1816. The Board of Home Missions estabHshed. 

1819. The Board of Education established. 

1837. The Board of Foreign Missions established. 

1838. The Board of Publication established. 

1838. The Church divided into the Old and New School branches. 

1844. The Board of Church Erection established. 

1855. The Board of Ministerial Relief established. 

1861. The Presbvterian Church South organized at Augusta, Ga. 

1869. Reunion o'f the Old and New Schools at Pittsburg, Pa., November 12. 

1895. The Celebration of the Quarter-century Anniversary of Reunion at Pittsburg, Pa. 



!».»* illlv rklMATl-.klAN' .MlMSTl.KIAI, J )1 KKCTOR V, J>^1*>S. 

THE NUMBER OF COMMUNICANTS HOLDING TO THE PRESBYTERIAN 
SYSTEM IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Tlic Prcshylerian Church in the riiilcd Stales of America 960,911 

Tlie Preshyteriaii Church in the I'uited States 211, (»94 

The United rresbyteriau Church of North America 123,641 

The CumlK-rland i'reshytcrian Church 175,642 

The Reformed ( Dutch )' Church in America 107,960 

Christian Reformed Church 10,000 

The Reformed ( ( icrmau ) in the United States of America 226,532 

Tlie Synod of the Reformed Presbyterian Chnrcli in America 11,272 

The Associated RefonTied Synod of the South 7,282 

General Synod Reformed Presbyterian Church 4,031 

The Welsh Calvinistic Methodist or Presbvterian Church in the United States of 

America '. 12,690 

Christian Reformed Church in America 9,000 

Other Churches 2,000 

IN CANADA. 

The Presbj-terian Church in Canada 202,247 

Church of Scotland in Canada 10,000 

IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 

The Presbvterian Church of Rnf^land 65,841 

The Church of Scotland in England 3,800 

Welsh Calvinistic Methodist or Presbyterian Church 150,000 

IN IRELAND. 

The Presbyterian Church in Ireland 106, 104 

The Reformed I'resbyteriau Church in Ireland 4,024 

The Synod of the Secession Church of Ireland 1,280 

IN SCOTLAND. 

The Church of Scotland 626, 771 

The Free Church of Scotland 287,689 

The United Presbyterian Church of Scotland 191,881 

The Reformed Presbjterian Church of Scotland 1,186 

The United Original Secession Church of Scotland 3,617 



UNITED SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. 

Rev. I'rancis H Clark, D. D., President. William Shaw, Treasurer. 

John Willis Baer, General Secretary. Office: 646 Washington Street, Boston, Mass. 

Voung people's societies of various kinds are not new inventions in the Church, but 
have been in existence in many congregations for more than a generation. The first Society 
of Christian Endeavor was organized February 2, 1881, in Williston Church, Portland, Me., 
by the Pastor, Rev. Francis Iv Clark. 

It was established for the purpose of training young converts for church membership; 
to promote an earnest Christian life among its members; to increase their mutual acquaint- 
ance, and make them more useful in the service of God. The growth of the Society has 
been great. "The principle of the Society is denominational loyalty, and each local soci- 
ety is under no outside control and owes no allegiance save to its own pastor." 

There are enrolled 8,57H Christian Endeavor Societies in the Presb\-terian Church. 
This includes both the Northern and Southern Presbyterian Churches. 'There are about 
614,680 members in these Presbvterian societies. There are now in the worid 62,448 socie- 
ties, wth a membership of 3,146.880. These figures include the junior societies. 



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A STATEMENT OF THE WORK 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINISTERS 



**The Presbyterian Church in the United States of 

America/' 



FAMILIARLY KNOWN AS THE 



*^ Northern Presbyterian Church. 



tt 



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OFFICERS AND AGENCIES OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

Officers, 1897. 

REV. SHELDON JACKSON, I). D., LL.D., Moderator. 

HON. JOHN WANAMAKER, Vice-Moderator. 

REV. WILLIAM HENRY ROBERTS, D. D., LL.D., Slated Clerk mid Treasurer, 

REV. WILLIAM E. MOORE, D. D., LL.D., Permanent Clerk. 

Office: Witherspoon Building, 1.S19 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

The Trustees of the General Assembly. 

GEORGE JUNKIN, LL.D., President. 

SAMUEL G. PERKINS, LL-D., Vice-President. 

REV. JOSEPH BEGGS, D. D., Corresponding Secretary. 

MR. JACOB WILSON, Recording Secretary. 

F. K. HIPPLE, ESQ., Treasurer. 

Office: 1319 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Ill 



SUCCESSION OF MODERATORS. 



.Carlisle, 

. Philadelphia, 

.Carlisle, 

. Philadelphia, 



.Winchester, 
. Philadelphia, 



1789-1837. 

*• ^- NAME. PRESBYTERY. PLACE. 

1789. *John Witherspoon, D. D.f New Brunswick Philadelphia, 

1789. *John Rodgers, D. D New York 

1790. *Robert Smith, D. D New Castle 

1791. *John Woodhull, D. D New Brunswick 

1792. *John King, D. D Carlisle 

1793. *Jaines Latta, D. D New Castle 

1794. *Alexander McWhorter, D. D New York 

1795. *John McKnight, D. D " 

1796. *Robert Davidson, D. D Carlisle 

1797. ^William INIackay Tennant, D. D Philadelphia 

1798. *John Blair Smith, D. D Albany 

1799. *S. Stanhope Smith, D. D., I^L.D New Brunswick. . . 

1800. *Joseph Clark, D. D 

1801. ^Nathaniel Irwin Philadelphia 

1802. *Azel Roe, D. D New York 

1803. *James Hall, D. D Concord 

1804. *James Francis Armstrong New Brunswick " 

1805. *James Richards, D. D New York " 

1806. *Samuel Miller, D.D., LL.D " 

1807. * Archibald Alexander, D. D Philadelphia " 

1808. *Philip Milledoler, D. D New York 

1809. *Drury Lacy Hanover " 

1810. -^John Brodhead Romeyn, D. D New York " 

1811. *Eliphalet Nott, D. D., LL.D Albany 

1812. *Andrew Flinn, D. D Harmony " 

1813. *Samuel Blatchford, D. D Columbia 

1814. *James Inglis, D. D Baltimore , " 

1815. *William Neill, D. D Albany " 

1816. *James Blythe, D. D W. Lexington 

1817. *Jonas Coe, D. D Columbia " 

1818. *Jacob Jones Janeway, D. D Philadelphia " 

1819. *John Holt Rice, D. D Hanover 

1820. *John McDowell, D. D Jersey " 

1821. nvilliam Hill, D. D Winchester 

1822. *Obadiah Jennings, D. D Steubenville " 

1823. *John Chester, D. D Albany " 

1824. *Ashbel Green, D. D., LL.D Philadelphia 

1825. *Stephea N. Rowan, D. D ' New York " 

1826. *Thomas McAuley, D. D., LL.D " 

1827. *Francis Herron, D. D Ohio 

1828. *Ezra Stiles Ely, D. D Philadelphia 

1829. *Benjaniin Holt Rice, D. D Hanover 

1830. *Ezra Fisk, D. D Hudson 

1831. *Nathan S. S. Beman, D. D., LL.D Troy 

1832. *James Hoge, D. D Columbus " 

1833. nVm. Anderson McDowell, D. D Charleston Un 

1834. *Philip Lindsley, D. D W. Tennessee 

1835. *William Wirt Phillips, D. D.. New York Pittsburg 

1836. *John Witherspoon, D. D., LL.D Harmony " 

1837. *David Elliott, D. D., LL.D Ohio Philadelphia, 



Pa. 



Va. 
Pa. 



-'Deceased. 



t Appointed to preside at the opening Session. 



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1898. 



1838 1869. 



I. I (). S. HRANCH. ) 
A. D. NAMK. I'KESBYTERV. PLACE. 

1838. *\Vin. Swan Plumer, D. I)., LL.D Kast Hanover Philadelphia, Pa. 

1839. *Joshua Lacy Wilson, D. D Cincinnati 

1840. ^William Morrison Plngles, D. D Philadelphia 

1841. *Robt. J. Breckenridge, D. D., LL.D. Baltimore 

1842. *John Todd Edgar, D. D :...... .Nashville 

1843. *Gardiner Spring. D. D., LL.D New York 

1844. *George Junkin, D. D.. LL.D Oxford Louisville, Ky. 

1845. *John Michael Krebs, D. D New York Cincinnati, O. 

1846. *Charles Hodge, D. D., LL.D New Brunswick Philadelphia, Pa. 

1847. *Jas. H. Thornwell, D. D., LL.D Charleston, Richmond, Va. 

1848. *Alexander T. McGill, D. D., LL.D Ohio Baltimore, Md., 

1849. *Nicholas INIurray, D. D Elizabethtown Pittsburg, Pa. 

1850. *Aaron W. Leland, D. D Charleston , .Cincinnati, O. 

1851. *Edw. P. Humphrey, D. D., LL.D Louisville St. Louis, Mo. 

1852. *John Chase Lord, D. D Buffalo City Charleston, S. C. 

1853. *John Clark Young, D. D Transylvania Philadelphia, Pa. 

1854. *Henr}' Augustus Boardnian, D. D Philadelphia Buffalo, N. Y. 

1855. *Nathan Lewis Rice, D. D St. Louis Nashville, Tenn. 

1866. *Francis McFarland, D. D Lexington New York, N. Y. 

1857. *Cortland Yan Rensselaer, D. D Burlington Lexington, Ky. 

1858. *Wm. Anderson Scott, D. D., LL.D California New Orleans, La. 

1859. *\Villiam L. Breckenridge, D. D Louisville Indianap'lis,Ind. 

1860. *John Williams Yeomans, D. D Northumberland Rochester, N. Y. 

1861. *Jno. Chester Backus, D. D., LL.D Baltimore Philadelphia, Pa. 

1862. *Charles C. Beatty, D. D., LL.D Steubenville Columbus, O. 

1863. *John Hunter Morrison, D. D Lodiana Peoria, 111. 

1864. *James Wood, D. D Madison Newark, N. J. 

1865. *John Cameron Lowrie, D. D New York Pittsburg, Pa. 

1866. *Robert Livingstone Stanton, D. D Chillicothe St. Louis, INIo. 

1867. *Phineas Densmore Gurley, D. D Potomac Cincinnati, O. 

1868. *Geo. W. Musgrave, D. D., LL.D Phila. Central Albany, N. Y. 

1869. *M. W. Jacobus, D. D., LL.D Ohio New York, N. Y. 

1869. " " " " " (Nov. 12) Pittsburg, Pa. 

2. (n. s.. branch.) 

1838. *Samuel Fisher, D. D Newark Philadelphia, Pa. 

1839. *Baxter Dickinson, D. D Cincinnati 

1840. nVilliam Wisner, D. D Ithaca 

1843. *Ansel Doan Eddy, D. D Newark 

1846. *Samuel Hanson Cox, D. D. , LL.D Brooklyn 

1849. *Philip Courtlandt Hay, D. D Tioga 

1850. *David H. Riddle, D. D., LL.D Pittsburg Detroit, Mich. 

1851. *Albert Barnes Philadelphia, 4tli Utica, N. Y. 

1852. nvilliam Adams, D. D., LL.D New York, 4th Washingt'n,D.C. 

1853. *Diarca Howe Allen, D. D Cincinnati Buffalo, N. Y. 

1854. *Thomas H. Skinner, D. D., LL.D New York, 3d Philadelphia, Pa. 

1855. *Wm. Carpenter Wisner, D. D Niagara St. Louis, Mo. 

1856. *Laurens P. Hickok, D. D., LL.D Troy New York, N. Y. 

1857. *Samuel W. Fisher, D. D., LL.D Cincinnati Cleveland, O. 

1858. *Matthew L. P. Thompson, D. D Buffalo, Chicago, 111. 

=^' Deceased. 



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A. !>■ NAME. PRESKYTERY. PLACE. 

1859. ^Robert Wilson Patterson, I). D Chicago Wilmington, Del. 

1860. ^Thornton Anthony Mills, D. D Indianapolis Pittsburg, Pa. 

1861. *Jonathan Bailey Condit, D. D Cayuga Syracuse N. Y. 

1862. *George Duffield, D. D. Detroit Cincinnati, O. 

1863. *Henry B. Smith, D. D., LL.D New York, 4th Philadelphia, Pa. 

1864. *Thoma!? Brainerd, D. D Philadelphia, 4th Dayton, O. 

1865. *James Boylan Shaw, D. D Rochester Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1866. Samuel Milo Hopkins, D. D Cayuga St. Louis Mo. 

1867. Henry Addison Nelson, D. D St. Louis Rochester N. Y. 

1868. ^Jonathan French Stearns, D. D Newark Harrisburg, Pa. 

1869. *Philemon Halsted Fowler, D. D Utica : New York, N. Y. 

1869. " " " (Nov. 1-2) Pittsburg, Pa. 

1870-1897. 

1870. *J. Trumbull Backus, D. D., LL.D Albany Philadelphia, Pa. 

1871. *Zeph. Moore Humphrey D. D. .' Philadelphia Chicago, 111. 

1872. Samuel J. Niccolls, D. D., LL.D St. Louis Detroit, Mich. 

1873. *Howard Crosby, D. D. LL.D New York Baltimore, Md. 

1874. *Samuel J. AVilson, D. D., LL.D Pittsburg S. Louis, Mo. 

1875. Edward D. Morris, D. D., LL.D Cincinnati Cleveland, O. 

1876. ••Henry Jackson Van Dyke, D. D Brooklyn Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1877. *James Eells, D. D., LL-D San Francisco Chicago, 111. 

1878. Francis L. Patton, D. D., LL.D "Chicago Pittsburg, Pa. 

1879. Henry Harris Jessup, D. D Lackawanna Saratoga, N. Y. 

1880. Wm. ]M. Paxton, D. D., LL.D New York Madison, Wis. 

1881. *Henry Darling, D. D. , LL.D Albany Buffalo, N. Y. 

1882. Herrick Johnson, D. D., LL.D Chicago Springfield, 111. 

1883. *Edwin P^ancis Hatfield, D. D New York Saratoga, N. Y. 

1884. *George P. Hays, D. D., LL.D Denver Saratoga, N. Y. 

1885. Elijah R. Craven, D. D., LL.D Newark Cincinnati, O. 

1886. David C. Marquis, D. D .St. Louis Minneap'hs.M'n. 

1887. Joseph T. Smith, D. D., LL.D Baltimore Omaha, Neb. 

1888. Charles L. Thompson, D. D Kansas City Philadelphia, Pa. 

1889. Wm. Chas. Roberts, D. D., LL.D Chicago New York, N. Y. 

1890. William p:ves Moore, D. D., LL.D Columbus Saratoga, N. Y. 

1891. W. Henry Green, D. D., LL.D New Brunswick Detroit, Mich. 

1892. William C. Young, D. D. , LL.D Transylvania Portland, Ore. 

1893. Willis Green Craig, D. D., LL.D Iowa Washington, D.C. 

1894. S. A. Mutchmore, D. D., LL.D Philadelphia Saratoga, N. Y. 

1895. Robert Russell Booth, D. D., LIv.D New York Pittsburg, Pa. 

1896. John Lindsay Withrow, D. D., T<L.D Chicago Saratoga, N. Y. 

1897. Sheldon Jackson, D. D., LL.D Alaska Winona Assem'y, 

[Eagle Lake, Ind. 

' * Deceased. 



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II. 



LIST OF STATED CLERKS OF THE SYNODS AND PRESBYTERIES. 



[The stated Clerk of the General Assembly is ihe Kev. W. H. Roberts, D.I)., LL.D.] 



Synods and Presbyteries. 



Stated Clerk. 



Residoice. 



I. Synod of Atlantic William R. Coles Aiken, 



1. Atlantic CM. Elliott Beaufort, 

2. East Florida Edward G. McKinley St. Augustine, 

3. Fairfield I.D.Davis Goodwill, 

4. Knox A. R. Wilson Atlanta, 

5. McClelland Benjamin F. McDowell Greenville, 

6. South Florida James H. Potter Eustis, 

Synod of Baltimore N. H. Miller, D. D Newark, 

1. Baltimore George E.Jones, D. D Baltimore, 

2. New Castle Nelson H. Miller, D. D Newark, 

3. Washington City Benjamin F. Bittinger, D. D Washington, 



South Carolina. 

Florida- 
South Carolina. 

Georgia. 
South' Carolina. 

Florida. 

Delaware. 

Maryland. 

Delaware. 

District of Columbia. 



III. Synod of California William S. Young. . .122 N. Chicago St., Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, Cal. 

1. Benicia William H. Darden Petaluma, California. 

2. Los Angeles Philander D. Yonng Orange, " 

3. Oakland George W. Lyons Hayward, " 

4. Sacramento George R. Bird Colusa, " 

5. San Francisco Joseph E. Scott 727 Geary St., San Francisco, " 

6. San Jose John W. Dinsmore, D. D., LL.D San Jose, " 

7. Santa Barbara William Donald Carpenteria, " 

8. Stockton Moses D. A. Steen, D. D Woodbridge, 



IV. Sy'NOD of Catawba Daniel J. Sanders, D. D Charlotte, 

1. Cape Fear John A. Savage Franklinton, 

2. Catawba Robert P. Wyche, D. D Charlotte, 

;i. Southern Virginia James A. Wright Amelia C. H., 

4. Yadkin Samuel F. Wentz Statesville, 



North Carolina. 



Virginia. 
North Carolina. 



V. Synod of Cbina— Centra/ and Souther/i. 



Canton Andrew Seattle. 

Hangchow 



.Canton, 



Ningpo J. C. Garritt Ningpo, 

Shanghai John A. Silsby Shanghai, 



China. 



VI. Sy'nod of China— iVo>/A^;«. 

1. Chinan.., Virgil F. Partch Chinanfu, C 

2. Peking Joseph L. Whiting Peking, 

3. Shantung W. M. Hayes Tengchow, via Chefoo, 

VII. Sy'nod OF Colorado Thomas C. Kirkwood, D. I) Colorado Springs, Colo 

1. Boulder John G. Reid, Ph.D Greeley, 

2. Denver Rev. McCuish, Ph.D 845 Arlington St., Denver, 

3. Gunnison A. Grant Evans Leadville, ' 

4. Pueblo Thomas C. Kirkwood, I). D Colorado .Springs, ' 

VIII. Synod of Illinois David S.Johnson, D. D Springfield, I Hi 

1. Alton George J. E. Richards Greenville, 

2. Bloomington William A. Hunter, D. D Clinton, 

3. Cairo Benjamin C. Swan, D. D Metropolis, 

4. Chicago James Frothingham r)27 Kenwood Terrace, Chicago, 

5. Freeport Thomas A. Robinson Winnebago, 

ft. Mattoon James A. Piper Charleston, 

7. Ottawa Theodore H. Allen Mendota, 

8. Peoria Isaac A. Cornelison Washington, 



The Presbyterian Ministerial Directory (Northern), 1898. 123 

Synods and Presbyteries. Stated Clerk. Residence. 

9. Rock River Edward C. Sickels, D. D Dixon, Illinois. 

10. Schuyler Amos H. Dean, D. D Monmouth, " 

11. Springfield Thomas D. Logan Springfield, 

IX. Sv.-joD OF lNDi.4 Kali Churn Chatterjee Hoshyarpur, India. 

1. Allahabad Joel David Allahabad, " 

2. Furrukhabad Henry Forman Furrukhabad, " 

3. Kolhapur William H. Hannum Ratnagiri, Bombay, " 

4. Lahore Kali Churn Chatterjee Hoshyarpur, " 

5. Lodiana Puram Chand Uppal Rupar, Ponjab, " 

X. Synod ov Indiana Charles Little, D. D Wabash, Indiana. 

1. Crawfordsville David R. Love Newtov^n, " 

i. Fort Wayne G. A. Mackintosh Kendallville, " 

3. Indianapolis Leon P. Marshall Franklin, '" 

4. Logansport Walter O. Lattimore Crown Point, " 

5. Muncie Charles Little, D. D Wabash " 

6. New Albany Ambrose Y. Moore, D. D Hanover, " 

7. Vincennes George Knox Vincennes, " 

8. Whitewater C. H. Little Connersville, " 

XI. Synod of Indi.\n Territory. .E. Edgar Mathes Elm Spring Mission, Tahlequah, Indian Terr. 

1. Choctaw R.J.Lamb S. McAlister, 

2. Cimarron Eugene Hamilton Chickasha, " " 

3. Oklahoma William Meyer Tecumseh, Oklahoma. 

4. Sequoyah Mason F. Williams, M. D Muskogee, " " 

5. Tuscaloosa E. G. Haymaker Clear Creek, " " 

XII. Synod of Iow.a. John C. McClintock, D. D 712 Seventh Street, Sioux City, Iowa. 

1. Cedar Rapids J. B. Butter Blairstown, " 

2. Corning John F. Hinkhouse Lenox, " 

3. Council BIuflTs Albert L. Sarchet Griswold, " 

4. Des Moines William C. Atwood 1317 E. Ninth St., Des Moines, " 

5. Dubuque William O. Ruston, D. D Dubuque, " 

fi. Fort Dodge Robert E. Flickinger Fonda, " 

7. Iowa J. K. Alexander Morning Sun, " 

8. lowaCity O. T. Langfitt West Liberty, " 

9. Sioux City Harvey Hostetler 315 Sparks St., Sioux City, " 

10. Waterloo Charles H. Purmort Waterloo, " 

XIII. Synod OF K.^nsas Francis S. McCabe, D. D Topeka, • Kansas. 

1. Emporia Samuel B. Fleming, D. D Wichita, " 

2. Highland George Hageman Washington, " 

3. Larned A. Forbes Irwin Hutchinson, " 

4. Neosho Lewis I. Drake, D. D Humboldt, " 

5. Osborne Theodore Bracken : Emporia, '• 

6. Solomon Francis E. Thompson Mankato, " 

7. Topeka William N. Page, D. D Leavenworth, " 

XIV. Synod OF Kentucky Leveus Eddy Danville, Kentucky. 

1. Ebenezer James P. Hendrick, D. D Flemingsburg, " 

2. Louisville James R. Collier, D. D 1927 W. Jefierson St., Louisville, " 

3'. Transylvania Leveus Eddy Danville, " 

XV. Synod OF Michigan W. D. Sexton 213 Field Avenue, Detriot, Michigan. 

1. Detriot W. D. Sexton " " " " 

2. Flint Geooge S. Woodhull, D. D Saginaw, E. S., " 

3. Grand Rapids D. .■V. Jewell Ionia, " 

4. Kalamazoo Francis Z. Rossi ter Plainwell, " 

5. Lake Superior M.M.Allen Ishpemiug. 

6. Lansing Calvin P. Quick Concord, 

7. Monroe Willard K. .Spencer Adrian, " 

8. Petoskey Wiley K. Wright Traverse City, " 

9. Saginaw Thomas Middlemiss .^Ipina, " 



124 The Prksbyterian Ministeriai. Directory (Northern), 1898. 

synods and Prrsbyteiics. Slated Clerk. Residence. 

XVI. Synod of Minnesota Maurice D. Edwards, D. D 42a I,aurel Ave., St. Paul, Minnesota. 

1. Duluth James A. Paig:e Carlton, 

i. Maukato J- T. Henderson Pipestone, 

3. Minneapolis A. B. Nicholls'-- 3040 Stevens Ave., Minneapolis, 

4. Red River Alpheus H. HoUoway Sabin, 

5. St. Cloud C. Harmon Johnson Willmar, 

(t. St. Paul Joseph C. Robinson White Bear, 

7. Winona J.S. Boyd Clyde, 

XYII. Synod OF MissocRi John H. Miller, D. D Rich Hill, Missouri. 

1. Kansas City. John H. Miller, D. D " 

2. Ozark Robert W. Ely Neosho, 

3. Palmyra M. H. Bradley. Kirksville, 

4. Platte s Walter H. Clark Parkville, 

5. St. Louis Joseph H. Gauss 6110 Michigan Ave., St. Louis, ' 

li. White River Francis C. Potter Cotton Plant, Arkansas. 

XVIII. Synod of Montan.\ George McVey Fisher Kalispel, Montana. 

1. Butte EikoJ. Groeneveld Butte City, '• 

2. Great Falls George Edwards Great Falls, " 

3. Helena Davis Willson Bozemau, " 

-XIX. Sy-nod OF Nebraska John Taylor Baird Plattsmouth, Nebraska. 

1. Box Butte David Oastler Rushville, 

2. Hastings William M. Porter Nelssn, 

3. Kearney T. C. Clark, D. D Grand Island, 

4. Nebraska City Silas Cooke Hebron, 

5. Niobrara William T. Findley Winnebago, 

6. Omaha James D, Kerr 4228 Erskine Street, Omaha, 

XX. Sv.NOD OF New Jersey Walter A. Brooks, D. D. Trenton, New Jersey. 

\: Corisco R. Hamill Nassau, D. D Gaboon, West Africa. 

2. Elizabeth Samuel Parry Pluckemin, New Jersey. 

3. Jersey City George R. Garretson Jersey City, " " 

4. Monmouth Benj. S. Everitt Jamesburg, •' " 

h. Morris and Orange Stanley White 99 Hillside Ave., Orange, " " 

•i. Newark Julius H. Wolff 100 Hamburg Place, Newark, " " 

7. New Brunswick Amzi L. Armstrong Dutch Neck, " " 

8. Newton E. Clarke Cline Phillipsburgh, 

9. WestJersey Henry Reeves, D. D Gloucester City, " 

XXI. Synod OF New Mexico.. Isaac T. Whittemore Florence, .\rizona. 

1. -Arizona Isaac T. Whittemore Florence, " 

2. Rio Grande T. Cumming Beattie Albuquerque. New Mexico. 

3. Santa Fe S. Warner Curtis Las Vegas, " '• 

XXII. Synod OF New York T. Ralston Smith, D.D 156 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. 

1. Albany James N. Crocker, D. D.*t Saratoga Springs, " 

2. Binghampton John McVey Binghampton, " 

3. Boston Robert Court, D.D Lowell. Massachusetts. 

4. Brooklyn Newell W.Wells 219 South Ninth St., Brooklyn, N. Y'. 

0. Buffalo William Waith, Ph. D Lancaster. " 

•5. Cayuga Clarence H. Beebe Port Byron, 

7. Charaplain Joseph Gamble, D. D Plattsburgh, " 

8. Chemung Charles C. Carr Horse Heads, 

9. Chile F. Jorquera Taltal, Chile. 

10. Columbia Christopher G. Hazard Catskill, New York 

11. Eastern Persia S. Lawrence Ward Teheran. Persia. 

12. Genesee J. Corwin Jacks (Elder) Batavia, New Y'ork. 

13. Geneva J. Wilford Jacks Romulus, " " 

14. Hudson David F. Bonner, D.D Florida, " 

15. Long Island Epher Whitaker, D. D Southold, L- I., 

16. Lyons Henry M. Clark (Elder] East Palmyra, " " 

17. Nassau Alexander G. Russell Oyster Bay, L. I., " " 

18. New York G. W. F. Birch, D. D., LLD 077 E. 136th St., New York, " 

19. Niagara Horace T. Chadsey Mapleton .Station, " " 

20. North Laos Samule C. Peoples Nau, Siam 

='• Permanent Clerk. t Deceased. 



21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 

XXIII. 
1. 



The Presbyterian Ministerial Directory (Northern), 1898. ]25 

nods and Presbyteries. Staied Clerk. Residence. 

North River Duncan C. Niven Highland, New York. 

Otsego E- V. Ostrander East Springfield, 

Rochester Levi Parsons, D. D Mount Morris. 

St. Lawrence L. Merrill Miller, D.D Ogdensburgh, 

Siam Samuel G. McFarland, D. D Bangkok, Siam. 

Steuben James A. Miller, Ph.D Angelica, New York. 

Syracuse Alfred H. Fahnestock, D.D Syracuse, " " 

Troy Arthur H. Allen Troy, 

Utica Dana W. Bigelow Utica, '■ " 

Westchester William J. Gumming Yorktown, " 

Western Persia Samuel G.Wilson Tabriz, Persia 



Synod of North Dakota. .Edgar W. Day Kargo, 

Bismarck Archibald Durrie Bismarck, " 

Fargo : James S. Boyd Hillsboro, 

Minnewaukon H. W. Harbaugh Devil's Lake, 

Pembina D. G. McKay Park River, 

Synod of Ohio William E. Moore, D. D., LL.D 976 Long Street, Columbus, 

Athens David R. Moore, D.D Logan, 

Bellefontaine Charles H. McCaslin, Ph.D Bucyrus, 

Chillicothe James G. Galbreath Sardina, 

Cincinnati Edward T. Swigget Sardinia, 

Cleveland Ebenezer Bushnell, D. D Cleveland, 

Columbus John A. Ewalt London, 

Dayton J. King Gibson South Charleston, 

Huron Clement G. Martin .Sandusky, 

Lima James A. Gordon Van Wert, 

Mahoning William L. .Swan Warren, 

Marion Welling E- Thomas Marion, 

Maumee Bernard W. Slagle, D. D Defiance 

Portsmouth Ellsworth E. Moran Ironton, 

St. Clairsville W. L. Alexander Bellaire, 

Steubenville B. McCauley Price Dennison, 

Wooster David B. Duncan Ashland, 

Zanesville Paris Brown New Concord, 



North Dakota. 



XXV. Synod of Oregon W. S. Holt 209 Second Street. Portland, Oregon. 

1. East Oregon William J. Hughes La Grande, 

2. Portland W. S. Holt 20U Second St. N.. Portland, 

3. Southern Oregon Ferdinand G. Strange Ashland, 

4. Williamette E. J. Thompson, D.D Corvalis, 

XXVI. Synod of Pennsylvania.. Robert Hunter, D. D 2928 Franklord Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1. Allegheny John L. Milligan Allegheny, Pennsylvania. 

2. Blairsville Daniel W. Townsend, D. D Beatty, 

3. Butler Jonathan R. Coulter, D. D Crawford's Corners, 

4. Carlisle William A. West Welsh Run, 

5. Chester John B. Rendall Lincoln University, 

6. Clarion H. F. Earseman Knox, ' 

7. Erie Robert S. Van Cleve Erie, 

8. GulfofMexico C.C.Millar Sanjuan, Bautista Tabasco. 

9. Huntingdon Robert F. Wilson Lewistown, Pennsylvania. 

10. Kittaning Abraham T. Bell Home, 

11. Lackawanna Peter H. Brooks Wilkesbarre, 

12. Lehigh John W. Bischofl" Upper Lehigh, 

13. Mexico City George Johnson .Apartado 30o, Mexico, Mexico. 

14. Northumberland John D. Cook Renovo, Penn.sylvania. 

15. Parkersburg Aaron M. Buchanan Morgantown, West Virginia. 

16. Philadelphia Willard M. Rice 1334 Chestnut St., Phila., Pennsylvania. 

17. Philadelphia North Richard Montgomery Ashbourne, 

18. Pittsburgh C. S. McClelland 26 Clarissa St., Pittsburgh, " 

19. Redstone ..Robert F. Smith Pleasant Unity, 

20. Shenango John M. Mealy, D.D New Wilmington, 

21. Washington Henry Woods, D.D Washington, 

22. Wellsborongh Augustus C. Shaw, D.D Wellsborough, " 

23. Western Africa George B. Peabody Fannington River, Liberia, West Africa. 

24. Westminster William G. Cairnes Bart, Pennsylvania. 

25. Zacatecas Thomas F. Wallace Saltillo, Mexico. 



1-J'l 



Thk Prksbyterian Ministkriai, Dirkctorv (Northern), 1898. 



Synods and Prfsbyleptfi. Slated CUrk. Residence. 

XXVII. Synod ok Sovth Dakota. .Harlan P.Carson, D. D Scotland, 

1. Aberdeen D. McClellan Butt Britton, 

•i. Black Hill* Walter S. Peterson Lead, 

8. Central Dakota G. A. White Artesian, 

I. Dakota. Indian John P. Williamson, D. D Greenwood, 

.■.. Southern Dakota Calvin H. French Scotland, 

XXVIII. Svnon OK Tennessee. Samuel T. Wilson Maryville, 

I. Holston John K. Alexander, D.D Greenville, 

•J. Kingston ....'. James P. McMillan Richmond, 

3. Union William H. Lyle Dandridge, 

.XXIX. Synod of Texas Warner B. Riggs Dallas, 

1. Austin Horatio K. Olmstead . Galveston, 

1. North Texas James Anderson St. Joe,^ 

•A. Trinity John B. Smith, D. D Crockett, 

XXX. Synod of Utah Joseph H. Barton Caldwell, 

1, Boise D. A. Clemens Lower Boise, 

■1. Kendall S. B. McClelland Idaho Falls, 

:{. Utah William R. Campbell Mendon, 

XXXI. Synod of Washington. John C. Willert Tacoma, 

1 . Alaska J. H. Condit Juneau, 

i. Olympia Hugh Lamont Vancouver, 

:i. Puget Sound George P. Whitworth, D. D Seattle, 

i. Spokane Thomas C. Armstrong Kettle Falls, 

:>. Walla Walla D. O. Ghormley Moscow, 

XXXII. Synod of Wisconsin.. A. V. C. Schenck, D. D 1112 W. Johnson St. 

1. Chippewa Daniel C.Jones Rice Lake, 

•J. La Crosse J. S. Wilson Bangor, 

:!. Madison W. T. Brown Beloit, 

4. Milwaukee Charles S. Nickerson Milwaukee. 

5. Winnebago John McCoy .... Appleton, 



South Dakota. 



Tennessee. 

Kentucky. 
Tennes.ii. e. 



Idaho. 

Utah. 

Washington. 

Alaska. 

Washington. 

Idaho. 
Madison, Wisconsin. 



A STATEMENT OF THE WORK OF THE BOARDS. 



THE BOARD OF FOREIGN MISSIONS OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE U. S. A. 



Rev. John D. Wells, D. D., President. 
Rev. F. F. FniinwocMl. D. D., LL. D. | 
Rev. John Gillespie, D. D. I gg^^-g 

Mr. Robert E. Speer. j 

Rev. Arthur J. Brown, D. D. J 



Charles W. Hand, Esq., Treasurer. 

Rev. John C. Lowrie, D. D., LL.D.,Sec. Em. 

Rev. Thomas Marshall, D. D., Field Sec'y., 

48 McCormick Block, Chicago, 111. 
The Presbyterian Building, 156 6th Ave., N.Y. 



The Board of Foreign Missions was organized in the City of Baltimore, October 31, 1837, 
in accordance with the following action taken by the (General Assembly on June 7th, of the 
same year: 

'' A'fso/zrd, That the General Assemby shall superintend and conduct by its own 
proper authority the work of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, by a Board 
appointed for that purpose, and directly amenable to said Assembly." 

The foreign missionary spirit, however, and systematic effort to preach the Gospel to the 
heathen, antedated the organization of the Board, and even of the General Assembly by 
many years. 

The first ofTicial action of the General Assembly looking to active participation in the 
work of I'oreign Missions, was taken in 1S17, when it united with the Reformed Dutch 
Church and tlie Associated Reformed Church, in fonning "The United Foreign Mis- 
sionary Society," whose object was " to spread the Gospel among the Indians of North 
.Vmerica, the inhahitants of Mexico and South America, and other portions of the heathen 
md anti-chrislian world." In 182() this society was merged into the American Board. In 
November, lH;n, the Synod of Pittsburg, which from its organization in 1802 had exhibited 
marked missionary zeal, organized the " Western Foreign INIi.s.sionary Society " for the pur- 
pose of " conveying the Gospel to whatever part of the heathen and anti-chri.stian world, 
the Providence of God might enable the Society to extend its evangelical exertions." 

l-"rom 1H37 to the re-union, the Board was composed of 120 members, selected by the 
General Assembly from different sections of the Church, one-fourth of this membership being 
chosen each year. In 1870 the membership of the Board was reduced to fifteen by the Gen- 



The Presbyterian Ministeriai. Directory (Northern), 1898. 



127 



eral Assembly, and in 1890 enlarged to twenty-one, one-third of the members elected 
annually hy that body. 

The total results of the work of the Board cannot possibly be tabulated, but the follow- 
ing table embodies such facts as admit of record in figures : 





53 

in 

3 


t 


MINISTERS. 


LAY MISSIONARIES. 


O 


a 
z 


SCHOLARS. 


-^ 


> 


> 

» 

> 

2 


Native. 


American. 


> 


Boarding. 


Day. 




> 


O 

1 


r 




Female. 













X 


z 

ir. 


V 


p. 

5" 

n 
p. 


n' 

rt 

5' 
n 




»-t 
rt' 


5' 




n 
> 
Z 



to 


2 


a 

•< 


-t 


K 


> 


1837 


4 
5 
6 
8 
9 
10 
10 
10 


6 
7 
9 
11 
11 
12 
14 
19 


6 
13 
16 
20 
23 
26 
28 
30 






8 
6 
5 
5 
8 
6 
8 
10 


11 
17 
19 
20 
26 
28 
28 
29 


1 
..... 




10 
27 

44' 

51 
41 






50 
139 
348 
480 
263 
475 
507 
310 


22" 

37 
37 
11 

2 
20 
29 


50 


1838 






""22" 

77 
98 
163 
174 
188 
107 


'"ii" 

57 

64 
45 

27 
69 

67 


194 


1839 






2 
2 
2 


""X 

6 

7 
9 
4 
7 


519 


1840 






679 


1841 






482 


1842 






078 


1848 






734 


1844 







513 


1845 


9 


22 


36 


""i" 


1 


9 


31 


2 


12 


50 


199 


75 


666 


53 


993 


1846 


14 


25 


86 


1 


1 


9 


28 


2 


11 


87 


308 


96 


637 


62 


1,102 


1847 


15 


21 


48 


2 




18 


37 


1 


14 


131 


264 


72 


745 


84 


1,165 


1848 


15 


22 


44 


2 


...... 


13 


38 


4 


19 


185 


278 


83 


908 


53 


1,322 


1849 


17 


26 


49 


1 




13 


39 


6 


21 


189 


354 


147 


1,071 


60 


l,6;i2 


1&50 


17 


27 


53 


2 


2 


14 


43 


4 


20 


330 


369 


154 


1,232 




1,755 


1851 


19 


30 


52 


2 


1 


19 


45 


7 


26 


389 


357 


183 


1,683 


68' 


2,291 


1852 


19 


30 


53 


2 


1 


22 


51 


13 


25 


437 


348 


211 


2,0.57 


69 


2,657 


1853 


21 


34 


54 


2 


1 


21 


48 


22 


80 


492 


322 


215 


2,-395 


114 


3,046 


1854 


21 


38 


56 


2 


1 


25 


57 


22 


31 


512 


858 


310 


3,002 


166 


3,836 


1855 


21 


38 


57 


2 




31 


60 


24 


43 


672 


363 


328 


3,927 


206 


4,824 


1856 


21 


44 


64 


2 


""'i' 


27 


65 


32 


48 


813 


386 


340 


3,558 


185 


4,469 


ia57 


22 


46 


70 


2 


2 


29 


69 


33 


68 


908 


404 


3.S6 


3,608 


247 


4,595 


1858a 


22 


46 


66 


3 


2 


27 


66 


27 


44 


933 


431 


356 


710 


48 


1,545 


1859 


22 


46 


69 


4 


1 


27 


69 


32 


51 


1,162 


362 


352 


1,475 


151 


2,340 


1860 


23 


56 


82 


6 


1 


24 


81 


32 


73 


2,779 


381 


364 


3,525 


254 


4,524 


1861A 


• 21 


57 


75 


6 


5 


25 


81 


24 


75 


2,857 


888 


337 


3,-586 


333 


4,644 


1862c 


21 


58 


66 


2 


2 


18 


54 


11 


80 


681 


327' 


192 


4,025 


248 


4,792 


1863 


21 


59 


65 


2 


3 


16 


57 


14 


94 


765 


316 


218 


4,152 


324 


5,010 


1864 


22 


60 


65 


2 


5 


15 


54 


16 


118 


961 


267 


227 


4,014 


402 


4,910 


1865 


22 


61 


63 


4 


n 


16 


58 


18 


141 


1,012 


240 


205 


4,708 


574 


5,817 


1866 


22 


63 


66 


9 


8 


17 


59 


15 


145 


1,193 


389 


188 


5,7.34 


704 


6,865 


1867 


19 


47 


79 


13 


8 


15 


58 


12 


174 


1,490 


252 


177 


6,038 


720 


7,182 


]868 


20 


47 


79 


12 


10 


12 


62 


11 


179 


1,616 


274 


184 


5,547 


846 


6,851 


1869 


22 


50 


83 


13 


10 


11 


65 


12 


193 


1,836 


249 


230 


6,076 


867 


7,422 


1870 


22 


58 


84 


15 


8 


8 


69 


18 


199 


2,047 


274 


292 


6,045 


854 


7,465 


1871(/ 


26 


61 


111 


18 


23 


12 


91 


28 


878 


3,512 


285 


455 


7,969 


1,350 


10,059 


1872 


28 


64 


114 


33 


59 


12 


103 


33 


357 


4,202 


258 


447 


8,7-50 


1,221 


10,681 


187.3 


23 


78 


133 


33 


37 


15 


113 


43 


387 


4,476 


301 


399 


7,575 


1,530 


10,961 


1874^ 


23 


83 


134 


37 


34 


14 


98 


54 


440 


6,272 


484 


475 


8,371 


3,262 


12,592 


1875 


28 


80 


36 


45 


76 


9 


101 


59 


396 


6,901 


471 


582 


8,880 


2,676 


12,-509 


1876 


28 


82 


135 


51 


81 


11 


98 


60 


458 


8,-577 


410 


606 


10,121 


2,864 


13,501 


1877 


26 


81 


120 


52 


102 


9 


105 


69 


457 


9,632 


447 


595 


9,713 


3,859 


14,614 


1878 


25 


82 


124 


55 


109 


9 


102 


79 


484 


10,391 


436 


659 


11,028 


3,916 


16,039 


1879 


25 


82 


122 


72 


115 


9 


103 


85 


519 


11,366 


454 


671 


11,7.37 


4,242 


17,104 


1880 


25 


88 


125 


83 


147 


11 


111 


98 


516 


12,607 


524 


793 


11,646 


4,828 


17,791 


1881 


25 


88 


130 


89 


111 


13 


117 


103 


516 


14,588 


745 


894 


11,689 


4,982 


18,260 


1882 


28 


91 


140 


84 


128 


18 


125 


115 


607 


16,484 


636 


1,247 


12,743 


5,488 


20,064 


1883 


29 


91 


160 


92 


133 


21 


138 


128 


580 


18,656 


720 


971 


14,407 


5,125 


21,223 


1884 


30 


97 


163 


108 


143 


24 


149 


139 


746 


19,897 


619 


741 


18,521 


6,033 


25,914 


1885 


33 


102 


174 


117 


163 


23 


150 


137 


813 


21,051 


1,049 


1,118 


16,451 


6,651 


25,269 


1886/ 


33 


106 


172 


122 


164 


29 


162 


185 


731 


20,294 


1,124 


1,400 


16,593 


5,027 


24,144 


1887 


83 


114 


173 


1.34 


154 


30 


160 


138 


756 


21,420 


855 


1,186 


15,584 


5,704 


23,329 


1888 


31 


112 


177 


151 


169 


28 


162 


135 


804 


23,740 


982 


1,363 


15,-575 


5,850 


28,770 


1889 


31 


112 


177 


151 


169 


28 


164 


133 


804 


23,740 


982 


1,868 


15,575 


5,850 


23,770 


1890 


26 


101 


199 


164 


195 


41 


196 


142 


943 


26,794 


1,130 


1,602 


16,485 


7,131 


26,348 


1891 


27 


121 


210 


173 


193 


40 


201 


147 


1,055 


28,494 


2,175 


1,715 


16,520 


7,403 


27,813 


1892 


27 


111 


210 


163 


255 


46 


207 


155 


1,108 


30,479 


1,749 


1,826 


17,327 


8,109 


29,011 


1893 


26 


107 


214 


187 


2a5 


42 


219 


154 


1,225 


31,324 


2,035 


2,169 


16,507 


8,272 


28,983 


1894 


24 


108 


208 


165 


239 


51 


224 


164 


1,335 


30,453 


2,119 


1,834 


18,271 


8,236 


30,460 


1895 


24 


116 


213 


188 


230 


48 


226 


173 


1,525 


32,104 


1,987 


1,561 


17,574 


8,421 


30,4.52 


1896 


24 


120 


214 


180 




43 


223 


188 


2,101 


30,882 


1,900 


1,738 


14,545 


7,310 


28,486 


1897 


24 


110 


231 


182 




51 


241 


185 


1,802 


30,644 











30,172 



a. Missionaries and Scholars in India reduced by the Sepoy revolt. 

b. Most of the Southern Presbyterian Churches withdrew from the Board owing to the Civil War. 

c. Missions in the Indian Territory broken up by the War ; some of them resumed 1865 and 1881. 

d. The Seneca, Lake Superior, Chippewa, Dakota, Syria and Persia Missions, and a number of Mis- 
sionaries, received from the American Board. 

c. Including $128,503, special for debt. 

/. Including |51,474, special for debt. 



1-js Tmi-; I'kivShvtkkian Ministkriai, Dirjxtokv (Northern), 1898. 



WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS. 

Iiiliiiiiilely coiincclfd willi Uic Koanl of I'orcij^n fissions are the foUo-vviiig Women's 
Boards and Societies, with their large retinue of auxiliaries and bands. 

Woman's Board of l"oreign Missions, New York. Organized 1870. 

The Woman's I-\>reign Mis.sionary Society, Philadelphia. Organized 1870. 

The Woman's Presbyterian Board of Missions of the Northwest. Organized 1870. 

The Woman's Presln terian I'oreign :Missionary Society of Northern New York. Or- 
ganized lH7l'. 

Woman's Occidental Board of Poreign Missions. Organized 1873. 

The Woman's Presbyterian Board of Missions of the Southwest. Organized 1877. 

Woman's North Pacific Presbyterian Board of Missions. Organized 1888. 



WORK OF THE BOARD OF HOME MISSIONS OF THE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 

John Hall, 1). I)., President. Rev. Charles L. Thonip.soii, D. 1)., Secretary. 

Thomas S. Hastings, J). D. John li. Parsons. 

Wilson Phraner, I). I). Walter M. Aikman. 

Thomas A. Nelson, D. D. Titus B. Meig.s. 

George Iv. Sjiining, I). D. George H. Southard. 

James M. Lu<llow, D. D. George R. Lockwood. 

James S. Ramsav, D. D. Henrv P^. Rowland. 

Lyman W. Alleii, D. I). William H. Corbin. 

D. Stuart Dodge. Robert C. Ogden. 

A. Noel Blakeman. 
Office: Presbyterian Building, 15(5 Fifth Avenue, N. Y. 

The Board of Home Missions is the General Assemblj's agency for placing the means of 
grace within the reach of all classes in all parts of our own country. It consists of ten 
ministers and eleven laymeti, divided into three classes — each class to .ser\-e three years. 
They give their services without compensation. The President is elected by the Board and 
is a member. The Secretary and the Treasurer are not members of the Board, but are its 
executive oflicers. The Secretary is accountable to the Board for the faithful and efficient 
administration of the executive work. 

The M'oik is three-fold, viz: 

1. To aid feeble churches in the support of their pastors. 

2. To maintain mission schools among the exceptional populations, namely, the In- 
dians, the Alaskans, the Mormons, the Mexicans in the I'nited States, and the mount- 
aineers. 

3. To jirovide missionaries and evangelists in new and destitute regions, in communi- 
ties of foreigners and among the exceptional populations as the mission schools prepare 
them to hear the preached Word. 

Nearly all the nations of the earth are represented in our population, many of them by 
entire comnuinilies, most of them ])y multitudes scattered throughout the land. A thor- 
oughly Christianized America would, therefore, be a potent means for the conversion of the 
world. Every new church we organize at home is a new .source of means and missionaries 
for the work abrot.d. 

Our I'icld is the whole comitry, without regard to sectional lines, but it is always lim- 
ited in particular localities by existing supply. 

The exceptional populations number about 5,000,000. The results of our work among 
them are gratifving and encouraging. Churches have grown directly out of our mission 
schools among the Monnons, not counting the " Gentile " churches which are not the result 
of .school work. Among the various Indian tribes we have <i9 churches. In Alaska we have 
!) churches. We have 20 churches among the Mexicans in the United States and 8 among 
the Mountaineers. 

The whole force during the year 1890-7 numbered 1110, distributed in the following 
manner: 



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Alabama 2 

Alaska 9 

Arizona 10 

Arkansas 2 

California 75 

Colorado 58 

Florida 19 

Idaho 24 

Indian Territory 30 

Iowa 100 

Kansas 120 

Kentucky 21 

Maine 2 



Massachusetts 8 

Michigan 81 

Minnesota 93 

Missouri 69 

Montana 19 

Nebraska Si 

Nevada 1 

New Hampshire 2 

New Jersey 2 

New Mexico 42 

New York 131 

North Carolina 3 

North Dakota 52 



Ohio 19 

Oklahoma 14 

Oregon 46 

Pennsylvania 9 

Rhode Island 4 

South Dakota 74 

Tennessee 20 

Texas 23 

Utah 24 

Vermont 1 

Washington 66 

Wisconsin 57 

Wyoming 7 



A general summary of the most important details of the year's work is as follows: 

Number of Missionaries 1,416 

" " Missionary Teachers 308 

Additions oh Profession of Faith 8,522 

" Certificate 4,778 

Total Membership 87,035 

" in Congregations 106,368 

Adult Baptisms 4,010 

Infant Baptisms 4,637 

Sunday-Schools organized 271 

Number of Sunday-Schools 2, 180 

Membership of Sunday-Schools 129,812 

Church Edifices (value of same, $3,176,917) 1,617 

" built during year (cost, $125,362) 81 

" " repaired and enlarged (cost, $46,625) 247 

Church Debts cancelled $89,085 

Churches self-sustaining this year 16 

" organized " ." . 53 

Number of Parsonages (value, $467,968) 467 



WOMAN'S BOARD OF HOME MISSIONS. 

Mrs. Darwin R. James, President. 

Miss S. F. Lincoln, Treasurer, 156 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City. 

Mrs. C. E. Coulter, Cor. Sec. of Freedmen's Dept., 516 Market St., Pittsburg, Pa. 
This organization has charge of the school work of the Presbyterian Church among the 
Alaskans, the Indians, the Mexicans, the Mormons, and the Mountain Whites of the South. 



THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 

Office— The Witherspoon Building, 1319 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



Rev. Geo. D. Baker, D. D., President. 

Rev. Jas. M. Crowell, D. D., Vice-Pres. 

John S. Macintosh, D. D. 

Irwin P. McCurdy, D. D. 

Hughes O. Gibbons, D. D. 

George D. Baker, D. D. 

Jas. M. Crowell, D. D. 

W. H. Miller, D. D. 

Sam'l A. Mutchmore, D. D. 

Chas. Wadsworth, Jr., D. D. 

Robert Hunter, D. D. 



Rev. Edward B. Hodge, D. D., Cor. Sec. 

Jacob Wilson, Rec. Sec. and Treas. 

Geo. H. Stuart, Jr. 

Rudolph S. Walton. 

A. A. Shumway. 

Geo. W. Barr. 

Andrew Blair, 

T. M. Rogers, 

Chas. H. Mathews, Esq. 

Geo. Pierce, Esq. 

Geo. W. Bailey, M. D. 



Orig-in of the Board. — The Board of Education was the oifspring of those remarkable 
revivals of religion which preceded the year 1819. It was both ' ' the pledge and the means 
of a new and determined purpose to give the gospel to mankind." It was organized by the 
General Assembly of 1819 with Robert Ralston, a merchant prince of Philadelphia, devoted 
to good works, for its first President; and Alexander Henry, a man of the same type, for its 
first Treasurer. The Rev. Wm. Neill, D. D., was made Corresponding Secretary. 

At the re-union of the Old and New School Branches of the Church in 1870, the Board 
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of E«lucation (O. S. ) and the Permanent Committee on Ministerial Education (N. S. ) were 
nier>jed, and a new constitution was adopted for the new Board thus established. 

JYittciplfS of the /ioani. — \. The work of raisinj^ up and training ministers of the 
eosjHl is a vitaland organic function of the Church, and the Board of Etlucation is the mere 
mslruinentof the Church for the efficient performing of this function. 

II. The grand t)hjcct of the Hoard is evangelistic. It is the agency by which the 
Church takes its first step towards sujjplying the world with heralds of salvation. 

III. It recognizes the j)resl)_.teries as the responsible agents for the selection and care 
of candidates, and as the source of authority for the appropriation of funds. 

IV. It aims to make its scholarships large enough in amount to constitute a real help 
to the faithful, the deser\-ing and the energetic, yet leaving something to be done by the can- 
di<lates themselves, so that their activity, self-reliance and habits of economy may be devel- 
oped; antl, on tlie other hand, to make them small enough to prevent their proving an 
attraction to the indolent, the insincere, or the ambitious. 

\'. It seeks by the granting of scholarships to encourage and enable candidates to get 
the l)est education which our country and our times can afford them, and rec^uires that a 
thorough course of study be pursued preparatory to theology in an institution in sympathy 
with the doctrinal teachings of the Presbyterian Church, and afterwards a three years' course 
of theological studies in some seminary connected with the same church. 

VI. It re(|uires satisfactory reports from the teachers of the candidates several times a 
year as a warrant for the payments of scholarship money in order that only trustworthy, cap- 
able and promising men may enjoy the benefit of its aid. 

VII. It leaves it optional with the candidate whether he will in after years payback 
into the treasury the money expended upon his education; but it obliges him only to a 
warmer interest in the Church's efforts for the advancement of the Redeemer's kingdom, and 
especiallv to the use of the means necessary to instruct and stimulate her mem>)ers in the 
duty of muUi])lying and sending forth preachers of the gospel of salvation to all the world. 

A'fsuUs. a. The Increase of the JSlinistry. The Board has during the 79 years of its 
existence, ( from 1819 to 1898, ) encouragea and enabled 8,7(55 students to undertake the long 
and expensive education which is exacted of ministers of the gospel by a total expenditure 
of $Ji,(i73,r)38. The num1)er of failures has been surprisingly small. During one period of 
25 years there was an average yearly loss of four men. Some died, some lost their health, 
some turned aside to other pursuits under pledge to return the money expended upon them. 
A careful estimate shows, that, during the 18 j-ears from 1870 to 1888, 97 per cent, of the 
average amount spent each year upon cr.ndidates was invested in men who actually entered 
the ministry. About (i()0 of the present force of home missionaries, about 120 of the foreign 
missionaries, about 30 presidents of colleges, about 40 college professors, were trained under 
the care of the Board. About 40 per cent, of the total ministerial force of the church were 
introduced into her ser\'ice through this instrumentality. 

b. A Hiiih Standard of Learning and Piety set for the whole Church by means of the 
rules under which the Board conducts its operations. 

c. An important Body of Literature upon the Whole Subject of Christian Education 
embraced in the Annual Reports, Periodicals, Tracts and other publications issued by the 
Board. 

d. A Special Subseiinence to the Cause of Missions, so that it has become the boast of 
the Board, that, " wherever there was a difficult duty to be done, a perilous post to be held, 
self-denial to be undergone, a forlorn hope to be led, the men of the Board have ever been 
foremost to offer their services." 

e. .In influential share in the movement which led the Church to adopt a greatly int- 
prox'cd method of making its benevolent contributions, as shown by the recomendation made 
by the Board to the General Assembly on this subject in its report for the year 1854. 

The largest number of candidates ever under the care of the Board at one time, was in 
189(<, when 1,037 were accepted. In 1897 the number was 911. The total number for 1898 is 
just one hundred less. 



THE BOARD OF PUBLICATION AND SABBATH-SCHOOL WORK. 

Hon. Robert N. Willison, President. Rev. James A. Worden, D. D., Supt. of Sab- 

Rev. Wm. Benton Greene, Jr., D. D., Vice- bath-school and Missionary work. 

President. Rev. J. R. Miller, D. D., Edito'rial Supt. 

Rev. PUijah R. Craven, D. D., LL.D., Sec. Mr. John H. Scribner, Business Supt. 

Rev. Charies T. McMullin, Treasurer. Mr. Henry F. Sheetz, Manufacturer. 

Rev. Willard M. Rice, D. D., Recording Office: Witherspoon Building, 1319 Walnut 

Clerk. St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

This Board is organized in three departments — the Sabbath-school and Missionary, the 
Editorial, and the Business, at the head of each of which is a Supeimtendent, all being 
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I. Sabbath-School and Missionary Department. 

The objects are: The organization of Sabbath-schools in the spiritually destitute por- 
tions of our land; 2. The upbuilding of weak and struggling Sabbath-schools; 3. The distri- 
bution of Bibles and the literature of the Board, by grants and missionary sales; 4. The 
visitation of families in communities destitute of means of grace; 5. The elevation and 
improvement of Sabbath-school work in all our churches; 6. The collection and presenta- 
tion to the General Assembly of the Sabbath-school statistics of the entire denomination. 

During the fiscal year 1896-97, there were in commission 76 missionaries; 938 schools 
were organized; 389 schools were reorganized; the total number of teachers and scholars 
added to the several schools was 50,503; 19,503 volumes of Christian literature were distrib- 
uted, exclusive of 3,411 Bibles and Testaments; 89,940 families were visited; and 6,543,662 
pages of tracts and periodicals were donated. 

Month for collections. May. 

Children's Day, June 12. 

Rallying Day, September 25. ^ 

II. Editorial Department. 

The object is the preparation of " Lesson Helps, " periodicals and books. The "Lesson 
Helps ' ' of the Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath-school Work have been won- 
derfully successful. At the present time they reach more than a million scholars of different 
grades. The following is the list of these "Helps: " 

"The Westminster Teacher, for Teachers." 

' ' The Westminster Senior Quarterly. ' ' 

"The Westminster Intermediate Quarterly." 

" The Westminster Junior Quarterly." 

"The Westminster Lesson Leaf." 

"The Westminster Junior Lessons." 

" The Westminster German Leaf." 

"The Westminster Lesson Card." 

"The Westminster Question Book." 

The periodicals published for the Sabbath-school scholars are : Forward, The Sabbath- 
school Visitor, The Morning Star and Sunbeam. 

Besides these ' ' Lesson Helps ' ' and periodicals, the Editorial Department has the charge 
of the books which are issued by the Board. These consist, first, of Sabbath-school library 
books, and second, of other religious books, for ministerial and general use. 

III. Business Department. 

The objects are: 1. The care of the property of the Board; 2. The manufacture of books, 
tracts and periodicals; 3. The placing of the publications on the market. 

The last mentioned work is performed through the agency of the main store in Phil- 
adelphia and the following depositories and branch houses: 

Albany, N. Y., The Leonard Publishing Co., 31 Maiden Lane. 

Baltimore, Md., S. W. Harman, 320 North Charles Street. 

Boston, Mass., H. D. Noyes & Co., 13^4'firomfield Street. 

Buffalo, N. Y., Otto Ulbrich, 386 Main Street. 

Chicago, 111., Chicago Depository, 215-221 Wabash Avenue. 

Cincinnati, O., Western Tract Society, 420 Elm Street. 

Cleveland, O., The Burrows Bros. Co., 23, 25 and 27 Euclid Avenue. 

Los Angeles, Cal., C. C. Parker, 246 South Broadway. 

Montreal, Canada, William Drysdale & Co., 232 St. James Street. 

New York, N. Y., Ward & Drummond, 164 Fifth Avenue. 

Pittsburg, Pa., Board of Colportage, 706 Penn Avenue. 

Portland, Ore., J. R. Ewing, Fourth and Yamhill Streets. 

San Francisco, Cal., American Tract Society, 637 Market Street. 

St. Louis, Mo., St. Louis Depository, 1516 Locust Street. 

Syracuse, N. Y., W. A. Duncan Co., 112 East Fayette Street. 

Toronto, Canada, N. T. Wilson, 12 King Street, West. 

Truro, Nova Scotia, D. H. Smith & Co. 

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Russell & Co., 504 Main Street. 

London, England, 14 Paternoster Square, terms on application. 

Contributions. 

The contributions of the churches and Sabbath-schools, and donations of individuals 
(unless it be otherwise directed by the donors), are applied entirely to the Missionary Work 
of the Board, and not to the Business Department, which itself is a large contributor to the 
Missionary Fund. 



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Tin: I'RESBYTERIAN MINISTERIAL DIRECTORY (NORTHERN), 1898. 



THE BOARD OF THE CHURCH ERECTION FUND OF THE GENERAL 

ASSEMBLY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 

I. History. 
The officers and niembers of the Board at present are as follows: 



Rev. David Maj,ne, D. D. President. 

Rev. David R. Trazie, D. D. Recording Sec. 



Rev. Erskine N. White, D. D., Cor. Sec. 
Mr. Adam Campbell, Treas. 



trustees: 



Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 



N. \V. Conkling, D. D. 

D. R. Frazier, D. D. 

C. T. Halev, D. D. 

John Hall.'D. D. 

W. A. Holiday, D. D. 

John A. Ingram. 

Henry T. IMcEwen, D. D. 

David IMagie, D. D. 

F. C. Ottman. 

R. F. Sample, D. D. 

Charles J. Young, D. D. 



F. W. Baldwin. 
Fred. G. Burnham. 
Wm. N. Crane. 
Daniel J. Holden. 
Ezra P. Hoyt, M. D. 
E. Francis Hyde. 
Robert JafTray. 
Hezekiah King. 
John Sinclair. 
George E. Sterry. 



Office: No. 156 Fifth Avenue, New York City, 



The present Board of the Church Erection Fund is the successor of the two similar 
Boards that before the reunion were in charge of like interests in the Old School and New 
School division of our Church. These were respectively the Board of Church Extension and 
the Board of Church Erection. 

The former, which was originally simply a committee of the Board of Domestic ]Mis- 
sions, was organized and began to work in 1844; the latter in 1853. 

The work of these agencies was carried on separately until, at the reunion of the two 
divisions of the Presbj'terian Church, in 1870, they were consolidated under the name the 
Board no\v bears. 

At that date a report to the General Assembly gives the statistics of the work of the two 
Boards up to that time. In addition to the 382 churches aided with grants to the amount of 
$()S,(KK) while the Old School branch carried on its work through the Board of Domestic Mis- 
sions, the report speaks as follows of the fifteen years of independent work from 1855-1870: 

"With this rejwrt the Board of Church Extension closes its fifteenth year of labor. In 
that time it has received in all $515,287.3(5. It has made appropriations to 1,040 churches, 
amounting to $458,780. It has thus aided in securing property worth $3,575,000, and in fur- 
nishing church acconnnodations to at least 250,000 worshipers. 

" During the same fifteen years the Trustees of the Church Erection Fund have received 
about $300,000, and aided about 480 churches with grants and loans amounting to nearly 
$200,000. 

■ ' Our now happily united Church has, therefore, since 1855, raised through its organized 
agencies over $H1 5,000 for church erection, aided more than 1,520 churches, that will, prob- 
ably, accommodate 3CiO,(K»0 worshipers, and secured church property worth over $5,000,000." 

Since the reunion in 1H70 there have been aided up to January 1, 1897, more than 4,250 
churches to an aggregate amount not le.ss than $2,775,000. 

The total number, therefore, of churches aided from the beginning is more than 6,000, 
and the amount disbursed about $3,658,000. 



II. Plan of Working. 

Under the direction of the General Assembly the aggressive work of the Board is di- 
vided between three departments, viz.: that of its Centra/ Fund, its Loan Ftmd and its 
Manse Fund. 

a. THE GENERAI, FUND DEPARTMENT 

Covers the work of the Board as originally designed, and provides for grants and small loans 
wthout interest to feeble churches, usually upon Home Missionary' ground. To this fund go 
all the annual contril)utions of the churclies anil the interest upon invested funds. Appro- 
priations are made under the following conditions: 



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1. The church applying must be incorporated and hold its property by a deed in fee 
simple. 

2. No grant shall be made for the payment of any debt, except that which may hav 
been contracted within one year previous in erecting a house of worship. 

3. The sum granted to any congregation shall never be more than one-half of the 
amount contributed and secured by them for the house and lot — i. e. , one-third of the entire 
cost. 

4. In all ordinary cases the grant to the church shall not exceed $1,000, and in making 
grants the Board shall give special consideration and preference to the weaker churches, and 
less costly buildings, when other things are equal. 

5. The Board is directed, whenever practicable, and itt accordance zvith the best interests 
of the church aided, to engage with said church that the amount granted shall be regarded as 
a loan, not bearing interest, and to be repaid to the Board in specified annual payments to be 
also credited to the church as its anmml contribution to the work of the Board. {^General As- 
sembly, iSgs-'] 

6. Whenever any congregation is able to raise toward the erection of a house of wor- 
ship the sum of $3,000, the propriety of obtaining (if help be needed) a loan without inter- 
est, upon the plan proposed by the Assembly of 1893, instead of asking a grant, should be 
carefully considered, so that the weaker churches, not having such ability, may receive the 
grants they really need, and in case of buildings exceeding $5,000 in cost the application 
should be made ordinarily to the Loan Fund. [General Assembly, 1897.'] 

7. The appropriation, whether grant or loan, is subjected to the following provison of 
Article XII. of the General Assembly's plan, viz.: 

" The conditions of all donations from this source shall be that in case the church or con- 
gregation shall cease to be connected ivith the General Assembly, or their corporate existence 
shall cease, or their house of worship be alienated except for the building or purchase of a 
better house of tvorship, they shall refund to the Board the amount which they have so re- 
ceived, with interest from the time of receiving it.'" 

8. Before payment can be made the church must give a mortgage upon the property 
benefitted, which, however, is done only if property is abandoned. 

b. THE I,OAN FUND. 

The Department of the Loan Fund was established by the General Assembly of 1891, 
and the plan and rules for its administration were adopted by the Assembly in 1892. This 
fund stands now at $260,000. The following extract from the rules explains the conditions 
upon which loans may be made: 

Conditions of Loaning.— Said fund may be loaned in small sums to such churches as 
shall be proper recipients under the following conditions: 

1. Loans shall be made only to such churches as give promise of permanent life and 
strength. 

2. No loan shall be made ordinarily to aid in the erection of any edifice costing more 
than $10,000. 

3. No loan to any one church shall ordinarily exceed either the sum of $5,000, or one- 
half the value of the proposed lot and edifice. 

■4. No loan shall be made to any church which is not incorporated (as provided by the 
charter of this Board), and which does not hold the title to its property in fee simple and 
unincumbered otherwise than to this Board, provided that in the case of churches building 
upon leasehold property the Board, at its discretion, if it deems the security sufficient, may 
make the loan upon such mortgage as the Finance Committee and the Counsel shall approve. 

Provisions Before Payment. — In the case of all such loans the following provisions shall 
be made: 

1. Satisfactory proof shall be given as to the title to the property by which the loan is 
to be secured. 

2. The loan shall be secured (1) by the bond or notes of the corporation, (2) by a 
mortgage upon the property benefitted, and (3) by a satisfactory collateral personal bond. 

{^Each person upon the personal bond may be responsible only for his proportionate part 
of the sum secured, according to the number signing the bond.'\ 

3. Interest at 6 per cent, shall be charged in all ordinary cases, payable semi-annually. 
[Notice.— Rebate alloived upon final payment of one-half of interest, if payments have 

bean prompt. '\ 

Return of Loans.— loans shall be ordinarily returned within ten years in annual in- 
stallments. 

C. THE MANSE FUND. 

This fund was established in 1886 by a gift from Mr. R. L. Stuart of $25,000. It now 
(1898) aggregates $85,000. 

The appropriations in all ordinary cases shall be made as loans, the amount, without in- 
terest, to be repaid by installments or otherwise, withing three years, such loans never to 



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THE BOARD OF THE CHURCH ERECTION FUND OF THE GENERAL 

ASSEMBLY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 

I. History. 

The ofliccrs ami incnil>ers of the Board at present are as follows: 
Rev. Davi.l Ma^ie, D. D. Presiilent. Rev. Erskine N. White, D. D., Cor. Sec. 

Rev. Diivi.l R. I'r.izic, D. D. Rt-conling Sec. Mr. Adam Campbell, Treas. 

trustees: 

Kiv. N. \V. CoiikliiiK, I>. i». I^'- W. Baldwin. 

Riv. 1). R. rrazicr, I). D. Fred. G. Burnham. 

Rev. C. T. Halev, I). D. Wm. N. Crane. 

Rev. John Hall.'l). D. Daniel J. Holden. 

Rev. W. A. Holiday, D. D. Ezra P. Hoyt, M. D. 

Rev. John A. In^^Ta'm. E. Francis Hyde. 

Rev. Henrv- T. ^McEwen, D. D. Robert Jaffray. 

Rev. David ]VIaj,ne, D. D. Hezekiah King. 

Rev. F. C. Ottman. John Sinclair. 

Rev. R. l-\ Sample, D. D. George E. Sterry. 
Rev. Charles J. Young, D. D. 

Office: No. lofi Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

The ])resent Board of the Church Erection Fund is the successor of the two similar 
Boards that before the reunion were in charge of like interests in the Old School and New 
School division of our Church. These were respectively the Board of Church Extension and 
the B«)ard of Church Erection. 

The former, which was originally simply a committee of the Board of Domestic Mis- 
sions, was organized and began to work in 1844; the latter in 1853. 

The work of these agencies was carried on separately until, at the reunion of the two 
divisions of the Presbyterian Church, in 1870, they were consolidated under the name the 
Board now luars. 

At that date a report to the General Assembly gives the statistics of the work of the two 
Boanls up to that time. In addition to the 382 churches aided with grants to the amount of 
$«W,(N)0 w hile the Old Schot)l branch carried on its work througli the Board of Domestic Mis- 
sions, the rejxirt si>eaks as follows of the fifteen years of independent work from 1856-1870: 

" With this report the Board of Church Exten.sion closes its fifteenth year of labor. In 
that time it has received in all $515,'2S7.3(). It has made appropriations to 1,040 churches, 
amouiitiiig to $15K, 7S(t. It has thus aided in securing property worth $3,575,000, and in fur- 
nishing clnirch accommodations to at least 250, (HK) worshipers. 

■ During the sjiiue filteeii years the Trustees of the Church Erection Fund have received 
n>)out $3(K>,iKMt, and aided about 4S0 churches with grants and loans amounting to nearly 
$2IN).(HN>. 

■'Our now hapjnly iinite<l Church has, therefore, since 1855, raised through its organized 
awncies over $H15,0(K> for church erection, aided more than 1,520 churches, that will, prob- 
ably, acc<mnnod.ite 3ti(l,(HK) worshii)ers, and secured church property worth over $5,000,000." 

Since the reunion in lHT(t there have been aided uj) to January 1, 1897, more than 4,250 
churches to an aggregate aincninl not le.^s than $2,775,(HKI. 

Tlie total number, therefore, of churches aidtd from the beginning is more than 6,000, 
and the aniuuut disbursed al>out $:i,658,000. 

II. Plan of Working. 

I'nder the direction of the General Assemblv the aggressive work of the Board is di- 
vide<l U-tween three departments, viz.: that of i'ts Gnural Fund, its Loan Fund and its 
Aftinsr h'und. 

a. THE GKNERAl, KUND DEPARTMENT 

Ccn-ers the work of the Boanl as originally designed, and provides for grants and small loans 
without interest to feeble churches, usually upon Home Missionary- ground. To this fund go 
all the annual contril)utious of the churcJies and the interest upon invested funds. Appro- 
p>riations are made under the following conditions: 



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1. The church applying must be incorporated and hold its property by a deed in fee 
simple. 

2. No grant shall be made for the payment of any debt, except that which may hav 
been contracted within one year previous in erecting a house of worship. 

3. The sum granted to any congregation shall never be more than one-half of the 
amount contributed and secured by them for the house and lot — i. e. , one-third of the entire 
cost. 

4. In all ordinary cases the grant to the church shall not exceed $1,000, and in making 
grants the Board shall give special consideration and preference to the weaker churches, and 
less costly buildings, when other things are equal. 

5. The Board is directed, whenever practicable, and in accordance with the best interests 
of the church aided, to engage zvith said church that the atnomit granted shall be regarded as 
a loan, not bearing interest, and to be repaid to the Board in specified annual payments to be 
also credited to the church as its annual contribution to the work of the Board. {^General As- 
sembly, /Sgj.l 

6. Whenever any congregation is able to raise toward the erection of a house of wor- 
ship the sum of $3,000, the propriety of obtaining (if help be needed) a loan without inter- 
est, upon the plan proposed by the Assembly of 1893, instead of asking a grant, should be 
carefully considered, so that the weaker churches, not having such ability, may receive the 
grants they really need, and in case of buildings exceeding $5,000 in cost the application 
should be made ordinarily to the Loan Fund. [General Assembly, i8gj.'\ 

7. The appropriation, whether grant or loan, is subjected to the following provison of 
Article XII. of the General Assembly's plan, viz.: 

" The conditions of all donations froin this source shall be that in case the church or con- 
gregation shall cease to be connected ivith the General Assembly, or their corporate existence 
shall cease, or their house of worship be alieytated except for the building or purchase of a 
better house of zvorship, they shall refund to the Board the amount which they have so re- 
ceived, with interest from the time of receiving ity 

8. Before payment can be made the church must give a mortgage upon the property 
benefitted, which, however, is done only if property is abandoned. 

b. the i<oan fund. 

The Department of the Loan Fund was established by the General Assembly of 1891, 
and the plan and rules for its administration were adopted by the Assembly in 1892. This 
fund stands now at $250,000. The following extract from the rules explains the conditions 
upon which loans may be made: 

Conditions of Loaning. — Said fund may be loaned in small sums to such churches as 
shall be proper recipients under the following conditions: 

1. Loans shall be made only to such churches as give promise of permanent life and 
strength. 

2. No loan shall be made ordinarily to aid in the erection of any edifice costing more 
than $10,000. 

3. No loan to any one church shall ordinarily exceed either the sum of $5,000, or one- 
half the value of the proposed lot and edifice. 

4. No loan shall be made to any church which is not incorporated (as provided by the 
charter of this Board), and which does not hold the title to its property in fee simple and 
unincumbered otherwise than to this Board, provided that in the case of churches building 
upon leasehold propert}' the Board, at its discretion, if it deems the security sufficient, may 
make the loan upon such mortgage as the Finance Committee and the Counsel shall approve. 

Provisions Before Paytnent. — In the case of all such loans the following provisions shall 
be made: 

1. Satisfactory proof shall be given as to the title to the property by which the loan is 
to be secured. 

2. The loan shall be secured (1) by the bond or notes of the corporation, (2) by a 
mortgage upon the property benefitted, and (3) by a satisfactory collateral personal bond. 

\^Each person upon the personal bond may be responsible only for his proportionate part 
of the sum secured, according to the number signing the bond.'\ 

3. Interest at 6 per cent, shall be charged in all ordinary cases, payable semi-annually. 
[Notice. — Rebate allowed upon final payment of one-half of interest, if payments have 

bepn prompt. '\ 

Return of Loans. — Loans shall be ordinarily returned within ten years in annual in- 
stallments. 

c. the manse fund. 

This fund was established in 1886 by a gift from Mr. R. L. Stuart of $25,000. It now 
(1898) aggregates $85,000. 

The appropriations in all ordinary cases shall be made as loans, the amount, without in- 
terest, to be repaid by installments or otherwise, withing three years, such loans never to 



134 THK l'RESB\TERIAN MlNISTKRlAI. DiRECTORV (NORTHIiRN), IWS. 

ercecil one-half of the cost of the buil.liiiK. In^ case the appropriation, for exceptional rea- 
sons is a iva«/. then the amount shall not exceed one-third the cost of the building 

The donditions as to title. inortgaKe, insurance, &c., are the same as in the case of grants 
from the General Fund. 

III. The Constitution of the Board. 

The Board is a corporate body, incorporated under the laws of the State of New York, 
and consists of twentv-<Mie mem\^TS, eleven of them ministers and ten ruling elders. These 
trustees are elected bv the General Assembly, one-third each year, to serve for three years. 



"THE PRESBYTERIAN BOARD OF RELIEF 

FOR DISABLED MINISTERS AND THE WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OF 
DECEASED MINISTERS." 

Witherspoon Building, 1319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD. 
TERM EXPIRES MAY, 1898. 

Rev. Henry E. Niles, D. D. George Junkin, Esq.. L,L,.D. 

Rev. Marcus A. Brownson, D. D. A. Charles Barclay, Esq. 

TERM EXPIRES MAY, 1899. 

Rev. John A. Liggett, D, D. Rev. J. Henry Sharpe, D. D, 

Elmer Henry Green, Esq. 

TERM EXPIRES MAY, 1900. 

Rev. J. H. Mason Knox, D. D., LL.D. Robert H. Smith, Esq. 

Rev. Samuel T. Lowrie, D. D. Henry L. Davis, Esq. 

OKEICERS. 

George Junkin, Esq., L,L. D., President. 

A. Charles Barclay, Esq., Vice President. 

Rev. Benjamin L. Agnew, M. D., Corresponding Secretary. 

Rev. W. \V. Heberton, Treasurer and Recording Secretary. 

The Board of Relief has had a chartered existence for over twenty-one years. 

At the very first meeting of the old Synod of Philadelphia, away back in 1717, 181 years 
ago, " A Fund for Pious Uses " was established, which was partly intended for the relief of 
disabled ministers and their families. 

On January 11, 1759, the Synod obtained a charter from the province of Pennsylvania 
for a corporation, whose duty it was to make provision for " Poor and Distressed Presbyterian 
Ministers and Poor and Distressed Widows and Children of Presbyterian Ministers." To 
raise money to grant the relief contemplated, assessments were levied upon ministers, col- 
lections were taken in the churches and individual contributions were solicited, but many of 
the miiii.sters could not be induced to pay the assessments levied, and the churches could not 
l)e induced to pay these annual assessments for them, and comparatively few received any 
benefit from the corporation. This corporation continued to report to Synod and then to the 
General Assemby for 78 years, up until the time of the division of the Church in 1837. As 
great difficulty was experienced in getting the members of this Annuity Company to pay 
their yearly dues, the beneficiaries became limited to those who voluntarily took their own 
policies of insurance, and this is the present status of its insurance work. 

In 185(5 the corporate title of this association was changed to "The Presbyterian Annnity 
Company," and in 1888 it was changed to its present title "The Presbyterian Ministers' 
Funci." 

Aa many ministers and their families were found to be in great distress because they did 
not, and indeed could not, avail themselves of the advantages of membership in this associa- 
tion, in 1849 the General A.ssembly of the Old School branch of the Church recommended 
that the churches under its care take annual collections to relieve its disabled ministers and 



The Presbyterian Ministeriai, Directory (Northern), 1898. 136 

the families of deceased ministers, and also to establish a Permanent Fund, the interest of 
which should be used for this purpose. 

In 1865 the New School branch of the Church took similar action. 

At the re-union of the Church in 1870, the Permanent Fund of the Old School branch 
amouted to $41,444.75, and that of the New School branch amounted to $36,110,00, a total 
of $77,551.75. 

The work of relief grew vastly in importance, and in 1876 the General Assemby organ- 
ized the Board of Relief to do the work formerly done, first by the Board of Publication, 
then by the Trustees of the General Assembly, and then by a Committee, and this Board 
received a charter in the State of Pennsylvania October 21, 1876. 

The General Assembly elects the Directors of this Board, and a most vitally important 
work is carried on under their supervision. 

This Board cares for the aged ministers who are in need of help, as well as the funds of 
the Board will allow. A minister, who has been in the active service of the Presbyterian 
Church for thirty years, in the aggregate, as pastor, stated supply or as a commissioned mis- 
sionary of the Church, and who is 70 years of age, is entitled to receive $300 a year. Other 
disabled ministers receive what their Presbyteries recommend and the Board is able to give, 
up to $300 a year, according to the necessities of each case. Widows of ministers, helpless 
orphan children of ministers, women missionaries and medical missionaries are all entitled to 
aid under the same general rules regulating annuities to ministers. 

The money to pay these annuities is derived from three sources : From the interest on 
the Permanent Fund, from Church and individual contributions, and from legacies received 
by the Board. 

The Permanent Fund is steadily growing. In 1851 it amounted to but $13. At the time 
of the re-union in 1870 it had reached $77,551. When the Board was formally organized in 
1876 it reached $135,794, and at present it amounts to $1,551,783. 

The Church collections were in 1888, $98,922, but after the Centennial Fund Avas raised 
during that year, amounting to over $600,000, the Church collections began to fall off, and 
in 1897 they only amounted to $74,091. This year the Church collections are larger than 
they were last year, but our fiscal year does not close until the 31st of March, and the full 
returns have not yet been received for the year, and we cannot say exactly what they will 
foot up. 

The individual contributions to the Board amount to several thousand dollars a year, 
and from these three sources the money is derived to pay the annuitants. 

Last year the Board had under its care 835 families. Among these were ninety Honor- 
ably Retired veterans, whose average age was over 78 years. 

The Board owns the Ministers' House, at Perth, Amboy, N. J., which is the old Colonial 
Governor's residence, surrounded with majestic trees, in a plot of eleven acres of ground, 
and has accommodation for about fifty persons. The larger part of the residents there is 
made up of women who have been missionaries, or who are the widows of ministers.' 

The imperative necessity of much larger contributions to this sacred cause is pressing 
more and more strongly upon the Church every year. 



BOARD OF MISSIONS FOR FREEDMEN. 

Rev. H. T. McClelland, D. D., President. 
Rev. E. P. Cowan, D. D., Cor. Secretary. 
Rev. John J. Beacom, D. D., Treasurer. 

Office, 516 Market St., Pittsburg, Pa, 

^ This Board works solely among the colored population in the South, educating teachers 
and preachers, building School Houses, Seminaries, Academies, Colleges and Churches, and 
paying salaries of ministers and teachers in their missionary fields of labor. 

This work was organized by the General Assembly, which met in Pittsburg in 1865, and 
was carried on under the care of the " Committee on Missions for Freedmen," until 1882, 
when the Committee became incorporated according to the laws of the State of Pennsylvania, 
under the title " The Board of Missions for Freedmen of the Presbyterian Church in the 
United States of America." 

Last year the Board reported 321 Churches and Missions under its care, ministered to by 
175 ministers. There were 18,068 communicants in the churches under the care of the 
Board, but this does not include a number of the colored churches, some of which are inde- 
pendent, and others not ministered to by the Board on account of lack of funds. There 
were 19,021 scholars in the Sunday-school under the Board's care. 

In addition to its church work, the Board maintained last year 67 schools, in which there 
were 9,442 scholars, cared for by 204 teachers. Of these schools 19 were classed as Boarding 



18tt The I'RKSBYTKRIAN MiNISTKRIAI. DiRKCTOKV (NORTHERN), 1898. 

schools. Riddle University, at Charlotte, N. C, with its 18 Professors, all of whom are col- 
ored men hut one, stands at the head of its educational work. Beside this, there are five 
large Seminaries for girls exclusively, namely: Scotia, at Concord, N. C; Mary Allen, at 
Crockett, Texas; Ingleside, at Burkeville, Va.; Mary Holmes, at West Point, Miss.; Barber 
Memorial, at Anni.ston, Alabama. Next to these in grade come 13 Co-educational Boarding 
schools, at Fraiiklintun, Oxford and Carthage, N. C, and Brainerd, Ferguson, Immanuel 
and Harbison, in S. C, and Haines in Georgia, and Swift in Tenn., and Cotton Plant, 
Richard Allen and IMonticello in Arkan.sas, and Oak Hill, in Indian Ter. Besides these are 
eight other schools (not Boarding schools) that teach the higher branches. 

Forty-five dollars will pay for one scholar in a Boarding school for one year; $80 will 
help a student one year at Biddle University; $250 will secure a parsonage for some poor, 
rent-im-ing minister; $:ttX) will give a minister one year's support $500 will build a church. 

The Board consists of fifteen members in five classes, each class ser\ing three years. 
The Board has always had its headquarters in Pittsburg, and will issue its 33d Annual 
Rejx>rt this year. 

The Hoard holds directly in school buildings and in church buildings property worth 
about $5(K),00(.). Other ])rojx;rty in use in connection with the work of the Board, but held 
by other Trustees in trust for the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, is 
valued at $250,000. 



THE BOARD OF AID FOR COLLEGES AND ACADEMIES. 

Rev. nerrick Johnson, D. D., L. L. D., Pres. Rev. E. C. Ray, D. D., Treasurer. 

Rev. E. C. Ray, D. D., Secretary, 80 Montauk Office, 30 Montauk Block, 115 Monroe Street, 
Block, Chicago, 111. Chicago, 111. 

The other members of the Board are: 

MINISTERS. 

\Vm. O. Ruston, D. D., Dubuque, la. John H. Boyd, D. D., Evanston, 111. 

\V. P. Kane, D. D., Bloomington, 111. David S. Johnson, D. D., Hinsdale, 111. 

JohnL. Withrow, D. D., LL. D., Chicago. J. G. K. McClure, D. D., Lake Forest, 111. 

S. J. Niccolls, D. D., LL. D.. St. Louis, Mo. William P. Merrill, Chicago, 111. 
W. S. Plunier Bryan, D. D., Chicago, 111. M. L. Haines, D. D., Indianapolis, Ind 

Howard A. Johnston, D. D., Chicago, 111. 

I.AYMEN. 

W. H. Swift, Chicago, 111. John C. Grant, Chicago, 111. 

W. O. Hugart, Grand Rapids, :Mich. Hon. Dan P. Eells, Cleveland, O. 

Henry W. Johnson, Michigan City. Ind. Henry J. Willing, Chicago, 111. 

Thomas Lord, Evanston, 111. 

The Presbyterian Board of Aid for Colleges and Academies, was established by vote of 
the General Assembly sitting in Saratoga, N. Y., May, 1H83. This action was taken in the 
adoption of the report of a " Special Committee on Education." The report was signed by 
Herrick Johnson, Chainnan, John Hall, Hervey D. Ganse, Charles S. Pomeroy, John DeWitt, 
Daniel W. I'(X)r. Daniel S. Gregory, Joseph F. Tuttle, Henry Darling. Tho'mas D. Ewing, 
Thomas Lawrence, W. Howard Neff , Samuel Field. 

The constitution of the Board is as follows: 

a. The name of this Board shall be the Presbyterian Board of Aid for Colleges and Acad- 
emies, and the general work .shall have the limitations indicated by its title. 

/'. The Board shall consist of twenty-four members, divided into three clas.ses, composed 
equally of ministers and laymen, and one class shall be elected each year. 

c. The officers of this Board shall be a president, vice-president, treasurer and perma- 
nent secretary. 

d. In the constitution of the Board the diflferent parts of the countrv shall be equitably 
represented. 

f. Tile headquarters of the Board shall be at Chicago, and the executive committee of 
the Board shall be residents in Chicago or the immediate vicinitv. 

/. Meetings of the Board may be held at different points in the country, as the Board 
shall elect. 

.C". The province of the Board shall be to secure an annual offering from the churches for 
this cause, to co-of>erate with local agencies in determining sites for new institutions, to de- 



The Presbyterian Ministerial Directory (Northern), 1898. 137 

cide what institutions shall be aided, to assign to those institutions seeking endowment the 
special fields open to their appeals, that clashing between them may be avoided, and to dis- 
courage all independent appeals to the church at large. 

h. The funds received by the Board shall be devoted either to current expenses of 
struggling institutions, or to permanent endowments. 

The funds shall be secured (a) by annual offerings from the churches, mainly for current 
expenses of the institutions; {o) by special applications for endowment under the approval 
and general direction of the Board. 

i. {a) Every institution hereafter established, as a condition of receiving aid, shall be 
either organically connected with the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, 
or shall by provision charter perpetually have two-thirds of its Board of Control members of 
the Presbjdierian Church. 

{b) In the case of institutions already established, and not included under the above 
provisions, appropriations for endowment shall be so made as to revert to the Board when- 
ever these institutions shall pass from Presbyterian control. 

(r) In all other respects the disbursement of funds by the Board shall be wholly discre- 
tionary with the Board, both as to amount and direction, subject always to the control of the 
General assembly. 

At the meeting for organization, which was held in Chicago, June 19th, 1883, the Rev. 
Dr. Herrick Johnson was elected President, and has been annually relected to that office, 
Mr. Charles M. Charnley was elected Treasurer, and the Board provided for its incorporation 
under the laws of Illinois. At a later meeting the Rev. Hervey D. Ganse, D. D. was elected 
Secretary, and served the cause with great diligence, faithfulness, wisdom and success until 
his lamented death in the autumn of 1891. The Rev. E. C. Ray, D. D. was elected Secretary 
in his place, and in July, 1897, was elected Treasurer also, and serves in both positions. 

The following table shows the work of the Board for the first fifteen years of its history 
to the 31st of March, 1897. 

1. Institutions. ; 

Number Aided 57 

States and territories occupied 24 

Aided from the General Fund 67 

Aided from Special Funds 46 

Aided from the Property Fund 33 

On whose property the Board holds mortgages 27 

Amount of the mortgages $173,388 85 

Value of their property 942,429 00 

2. Students. 

The statistics of students are aggregates, not representing different individuals, 
except as to "credibly converted." 

Aggregate enrollment 42,638 

In classical study 10,505 

In systematic Bible study 29,518 

Church members 18,197 

Credibly converted 2,422 

Meaning to be ministers 2,247 

3. Receipts. 

Treasury: 

Church and Sabbath School Offerings $393,706 95 

Other sources 423,010 96 $716,717 91 

Direct: 

Churches and Sabbath Schools $ 88,205 27 

Individuals 406,996 36 495,201 63 

Sustentation 3,122 72 

Transmission to other institutions 6,050 82 

Total , $1,221,093 08 



188 The Presbyterian Ministerial Directory (Northern^, 1898. 



LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 
Colleges of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. 

Not being able to secure a list of Colleges exclusively under the control of the Presby- 
terian Church ( North), I give a list of Colleges managed by Boards, the majority of whose 
nieml^ers are Presbyterians. 

ORC. COLLEGE. LOCATION. PRESIDENT. 

IBGrt Albany College Oregon W. H. Lee. 

1884 Albert Lea College Minnesota 

1887 Alma College Michigan Rev. A. F. Bruske, D. D. 

1883 Bellevue College Nebraska Rev. David R. Kerr, Ph. D., D. D. 

18«$7 Biddle University Charlotte, N. C. .D. J. Sanders, D. D. 

18(57 Blackburn University Carlinville, 111. . .W. H. Crowell, A. M. 

188(5 Brookfield College Missouri 

1891 Buena Vista College Storm Lake, la. .Willis Marshall. 

1819 Centre College Danville, Ky 

1885 Coates College Terre Haute, Ind. 

1881 Coe College Cedar Rapids, la.S. B. McCormick, D. D. 

1891 College of Idaho Caldwell, Idaho. .Rev. Wm. J. Boone, A. M. 

1883 College of Montana Deer Lodge, Mon.Rev. A. B. Martin, A. M. 

1883 Emporia College Emporia, Kans. .J. D. Hewitt, D. D 

1794 Greenville and Tusculum College. .Tusculum, Tenn.Jere Moore, D. D, 

181'2 Hamilton College CUnton, N. Y. . . M. Woolsey Stryker, D. D. 

1833 Hanover College Hanover, Ind. . .D. W. Fisher, D. D., LL. D. 

1882 Hastings College Hastings, Neb. . .S. G. Pattison. 

1857 Highland University Highland, Kans. Rev. Wm. Boyle. 

1832 Lafayette College Easton, Pa E. D. Warfield, LL. D. 

1857 Lake Forest University Lake Forest, 111. Rev. J. G. K. McClure, D. D. 

1884 Lenox College Hopkinton, la. . .Hugh Robinson, A. M. 

1854 Lincoln University Oxford, Pa I. N. Rendall, D. D. 

1885 McAlister College St. Paul, Minn . .James Wallace, Ph. B. 

1819 Maryville College Maryville, Tenn .S. W. Boardman, D. D., LL. D. 

1880 New Windsor College New Windsor, Md.Prof. James Eraser, Ph. D. 

1889 Occidental College Los Angeles, Cal . Rev. Guy W. Wadsworth. 

1875 Park College Parkville, Mo. . .Rev. L. M. McAfee. 

187(5 Parsons College Fairfield, la Rev. Daniel E. Jenkins. 

18K3 Pierre University E. Pierre, S. Dak. W. M. Blackburn, D. D 

1884 Pbn. College of the S. W Del Norte, Col. .Rev. Enos P. Baker. 

174(5 Princeton University ; .Princeton, N. J. .Francis L. Patton, D. D., LL. D. 

187(J University of Wooster Wooster, O S. F. Scovel, D. D. 

1833 Wabash College Crawf'dsv'le, Ind.Geo. S. Burroughs, D. D., LL. D. 

1802 Wash, and Jefferson College Washington, Pa. James D. MofTat, D. D. 

175(5 Washington College Wash'gton, Tenn. James T. Cooter, A. M. 

.1884 Whitworth College Sumner, Wash. .C. W. Stewart, D. D. 



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THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTIONS. 

Theological SeminaFies of the Ppesbyterian Church In the United 
States of America. 

Princeton Theological Seminary. Founded ISli. Located at Princeton, N. J. 
Sr. Professor, Rev. William Henry Green, D. D., LI^.D. 

Auburn Theological Seminary. Founded 1819. Located at Auburn, N. Y. Sr. 
Professor, Rev. Henry M. Booth, D. D. 

Western Theological Seminary. Founded 1827. Located at Allegheny, Pa. Sr. 
Professor, Rev. W. H. Jeflfers, D. D. 

Lane Theological Seminary. Founded 1829. Located at Cincinnati, O. Sr. Pro- 
fessors, Rev. E. D. Morris, D. D., LL.D. (emeritus), Rev. Henry Goodwin Smith, D. D. 

Union Theological Seminary. Founded 1835. Located in New York City. Pres- 
ident, Rev. Charles Cuthbert Hall, D. D. 

Danville Theological Seminary. Founded 1853. Lpcated at Danville, Ky. Sr. 
Professor, Rev. John M. Worral, D. D. 

McCormiek Theological Seminary. Established at Hanover, Ind., 1830. Re- 
moved to New Albany, Ind., 1840. Located at Chicago, 111., since 1859. Sr. Professor, Rev. 
Willis G. Craig. 

San Francisco Theological Seminary. Founded 1871. Located at San Anselmo> 
Cal. Sr. Professor, Rev. William Alexander, D. D. 

German Presbyterian Theological School of the Northwest. Organized in 

1852 as a private school and taken under care of the Church, 1864. Located at Dubuque, 
la. Sr. Professor, Rev. Adam McClelland, D. D. 

The German Theological School of Newark, N. J. Founded 1869. incorpo- 
rated 1871. Located at Bloomfield, N. J. Sr. Professor, Rev. Charles E. Knox, D. D. 

Lincoln University (Col.), Theological Department. Located at Oxford, Pa., 
P. O. called Lincoln University. The first charter of this institution was granted under the 
name of "Ashman Institute," in 1854. In 1866 the title was changed to that of "Lincoln 
University," and in 1871 its theological department was placed under the care of the General 
Assembly. Sr. Professor, Rev. Isaac N. Rendall, D. D. 

Biddle University (Col.), Theological Department. This University was estab- 
lished in 1868, and is located at Charlotte, N. C, in the midst of the field for whose uplift- 
ing and evangelization it was established. Sr. Professor, Rev. D. J. Sanders, D. D. 

Presbyterian Theological Seminary at Omaha. Founded 1891. Located at 
Omaha, Neb. Sr. Professor, Rev. William W. Harsha, D. D, 



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CHURCH PAPERS. 



Herald and Presbyter. 422 Elm St., Cincin- 
nati. 

Ivlitorial Corps: Rev. J. G. Monfort, 
D.D., LL.D.; Captain E. R. Monfort, 
LL.D.; Rev. F. C. Monfort, D.D. ; Rev. 
K. r. Whallon, D.D., Ph. D.; Rev. Meade 
C. Williams, D.D.; Rev. C. E. Babb, D.D.; 
Mrs. I. M. Allien (Pansy). Monfort & 
Co.. publishers and proprietors. $2.50 a 
year. To ministers, $2.00. 

Presbyicrian Banner. Established July 5, 
ISH. Bank of Commerce Buildinj^, Sixth 
Ave. and Wood St., Pittsburg, Pa. New 
York otTice, Potter Building, 88 Park Row. 
Roger T. Dodd, Manager. Published by 
The Presbyterian Banner Publishing Com- 
panv. James Allison, Editor. Assistant 
Editors: Rev. John Hall, D.D.; Rev. M. 
B. Riddle, D.D.; Rev. J. D. Moffat, D.D.; 
Rev. E. R. Donehoo, D.D.; Rev. H. T. 
McClelland, D.D.; Rev. S. S. Gilson, D.D. 

The New York Observer, 15(5 Fifth Ave., 
New York Citv. 

P>litors: Rev. Charles Augustus Stod- 
<lard, D.D.; Rev. Mendell Prime, D.D.; 
Rev. John B. Devins, Ph.D.; Major Henry 
M. Robin.son, Rev. C. A. S. Dwight, Rev. 
William Manchee. 

The Erane^elist. Editor, Rev. Henry M. 
Field, d!d.. New York. 

The Presbyterian. Editors: Rev. M. S. 
Grier, D'.D., LL.D.; Rev. S. A. Mutch- 
more, D.D., LL.D.; Rev. W. W. McKin- 
ney, D.D. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Michigan Presbyterian . Editor, Rev. Wm. 
Bryant, Detroit, Mich. 

The Occident. Room 84, Donohoe Building, 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Founded in 18(j8. Editor, Rev. W. B. 
Noble, D.D. I^Linager, John M. Forsyth. 
Subscription price, $2.00 per year. 

Pesbyterian Journal. Rev. W. P. White, 
D.D.; John McGill White. Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

The North and West. 

PMitors and Managers: John S. Sherrill, 
J. Culbert Faries, John B. Donaldson, D.D. 

Contributing Editors: Robert F. Sample, 
D.D., New York; James M. Wilson, D.D., 
Omaha; Harlan P. Carson, D.D., South 
Dakota; T. S. Johnson, Wisconsin; Homer 
B. Mann, Kansas and Southwest. 



Dcr Presbyterianer. Dubuque, la. 

Edited by Rev. Jacob Couzett, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

The Interior. Editor, W. C. Gray, Ph.D., 
Chicago, 111. 

The Church at Home and Abroad. Office, 
Withenspoon Building, 1319 Walnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Editor, . Associate 

Editor, Rev. Albert B. Robinson. This 
monthly magazine of the Presbyterian 
Church was established by the General 
Assembly of 188(5. Its first number bore 
the date of January, 1887. It is published, 
under the direction of a committee of the 
General Assembly, by the Board of Publi- 
cation. It is " devoted to the benevolent 
work of the Presbyterian Church at, home 
and abroad, not omitting, however, infor- 
mation upon the work of other branches 
of the Church of Christ." 

The Assembly Herald. Office of publication, 
22 Exchange St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Editor, Rev. William H. Hubbard, D.D., 
Auburn, N. Y. An official journal of the 
missionary and benevolent work of the 
Presbyterian Church. Committee of Pub- 
lication: Rev. W. H. Hubbard, D.D., Au- 
burn, N. Y.; Hon. Horace B. Silliman, of 
New York; Hon. James A. Beaver, of 
Pennsylvania. 

Woman's Work for Woman. 156 Fifth Ave., 
New York. 

A Union illustrated magazine, published 
monthly by the Women's Foreign Mis- 
sionary Societies of the Presbyterian 
Church. Philadelphia, Chicago, New 
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(NORTHERN^ 
FOR THE YEAR 1898. 



ABBEY, Edwapd William, Hamiltoti, 
a— Born, Glenora, N. Y., Mar. 12, 
1848; Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., 71; Lane 
T. S., O., 74; Ord. April 29, 75, Pby. of Vin- 
cennes; P. Terre Haute, Ind., 74-79; P. 
Logansport, Ind., '80; P. Hamilton, O., '80 — . 

ABBOTT, Justin Edwards, Victoria 
Road, Mazagon, Bombay, Western India. — 
Born, Portsmouth, N. H., Dec. 25, 1853; 
Dart. C, N. H., B. A., '76; Un. T. S., N.Y., 
'79; Lie. Manhattan Assoc. (Cong. ), N. Y. 
City, Apr. '79; Ord. April '80, Council in 
Nashua, N. H. ; sailed as My. of the A. B. C. 
F. M. from N. Y. City, Oct. 15, '81. 

ABBOTT, RiehaPd, Camden, N. Y.— 
Memb. Pby. of Utica; Ord. '98, Pby. of Troy; 
S. S. Bay Road, '94; P. Camden, N. Y.,'95— . 

ABBOTT, Russel Bigelow, Albert Lea, 
Minyi. — Born, Brookville, Ind.; Ind. U., 
B. A., 1847, M. A., '50; Gale U., Wis., D. D., 
'86; Stud. Theol. with Dr. McClung, under 
direction of Pby. of Muncie; Lie. '54, Pby. 
of Muncie; Ord. '57, Pby. of Whitewater; P. 
Brookville, Ind., '67-64; P. Knightstown, 
Ind., '64-66; P. Albert Lea, Minn., '69-84; 
Pres. Albert Lea C, '84—. 

ABEEL, Albert Jay, 1115 S. Salina St., 
Syracuse, N. V. — Born, Stone Mills, N. Y.; 
Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., 1883, M. A.. '97; 
Syracuse Med. C, M. D., '97; Aub. T. S., 
N. Y., '87; Lie. April, '85, Pby. of Utica; Ord. 
'86, Pby. of Syracuse; P. Pompey, N. Y., 
'86-87; P. Mem. Ch., Syracuse, N. Y., '87—. 

ABELS, Lucas, Ashton, Iowa. — Born, 
Ostfriesland, Germany; Dub. C, la.; Dub. 
T. S., la.; Lie. April 24, Pby. Dubuque; Ord. 
'74, Pby. of Waterloo; My. nr. Ackley, Ia.,'74- 
75; P. Lansing, la., '76-79; P. Prairie Dell Ch., 
Harper, 111., '79-82; P. Platville and Rock- 
ville, Wis., '82-94; P. Ashton, la., '94—. 

ACHESON, Thomas Davies, East Grand 
Forks, Minn. — Bom, Grev Co., Canada; 
Man. C, Can., 1892; Man. T. S., Can., '95; 
Ord. Oct. 9, '95, Pby. of Pembina; P. East 



Grand Forks, la., '96—; Chm. H. M. Com. 
and Mod. of Pby. of Red River — . 

ACOMB, William %m\Vcs.,Loveland,0.— 
Bom, New York; Han. C, Ind., B. A. and 
M; A., 1874, Lane T. S., O., '77; P. Hum- 
bolt, Kans., '77-81; S. S. Goshen, '81-83; P. 
Loveland, O., '88—. 

ACQUARONE, David, 74 Hays St., Haz- 
elton, /'a.— Born, Savona, Italy; C. of Scol- 
oppian Priests, Savona, 1878; T. S. of Free 
Italian Ch., Rome, '87; Lie '87, Free Italian 
Ch., Ord. Nov. 1, '97; Mv. Mottola, '87-92; 
My. Milano, '92-98; My. Hazleton, Pa., '93; 
My. New Italy (Bangor, Pa.), '93-96; S. S. 
Hazleton, Pa., '96—. 

ADAIR, Alexander, Moscow, Idaho. 
—P. Ox Bow, N. Y., '78-84; S. S. Waits- 
burgh, Wash., '86-86, P. Moscow, Idaho, 
'97—. 

ADAIR, J. Alexander, Marlette, Mich. 
— Born, Mongaup Valley, N. Y.; Ham. C, 
N. Y., 1884, M. A. '87; Post Gr. Har. U.; 
Lane T. S., O.; Ord. May, '87, Pby. of Mun- 
cie; P. Portland, Ind., '89-93; Prof. Han. C, 
Ind., '98-97; P. Grace Ch., Saginaw, Mich., 
'97; P. Marlette, Mich., '97—. 

ADAIR, John M., Lapwai, Idaho. — H. M. 
Filmore, Utah, '1889; S. S. Troy, Kans., '92- 
94; Memb. Pby. of Central Dakota. 

ADAMS, A. J., Clevela7id, Wash.—lA^voh. 
Pby. of East Oregon; S. S. Cleveland, 
Wash.—. 

ADAMS, Charles A., Packwankee, Wis. 
—Ord. 1889, Pby. of Winnebago; S. S. Pack- 
wankee, Wis., '89 — . 

ADAMS, Clair Stark, Elwoood, Ind. 
— Bom, Manteno, 111.; Ad. C, O., B. A., 
1888; McC. T. S., Chicago, '95; Lie. April 17, 
'95, Pby. of Maumee; Ord. Oct. 10, '95, Pby. 
of Chicago; P. El wood. 111., '95—. 

ADAMS, Crofton Craig", Bedford, Pa. 
—Born, Delaware Co., O.; Wo. U., O., 1887, 
M. A., '90; Prin. T. S., '90; Lie. May 14, '89, 

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Pbv. of Wooster; t)nl. June 12, 'W, Pbv. of 
New Castle; S. S. Spring Valley, 111., 'H7-HH; 
S. S. Ci.sc<i, Tex., 'KS-SK); P. Smyna, Del., 
'OO-Stri; P. Ikdfonl, Pa.. '»7— . 

ADAMS, Ell Pupches, Vanceburg, Ky. 
—Born, Roxlnir^-, O.; Ma. C, O., B. A., 
1H40, M. A., '48; Lane T. S., O., '45; Lie. 
'46, Ord. '48, Pby. of Hannony; 1st 10 yrs. 
after Uc tea. at Halena, Kv.; S. S. Mur- 
phvsville, Kv.. '64-5S); S. vS. Sandy Spring 
anil Rome, O., "59-78; S. S. Hanging Rock, 
O., '78-7H; S. S. Sandy Spring, O., '7(MK). 

ADAMS, George Athearn, Penysburg, 
O. — Born, West Tishurv, Vineyard, Mass.; 
Ob. C, O., B. A. and M. A., 1847; And. T. 
S., Mass., '61; Lie. at Andover, '60; Ord. '52, 
Pby. of Greencastle; P. Lee, N. H., Rock- 
\'ille, Ind., Willoughby, O., Perr>sburg and 
HnlPs Prairie, O., '5(^-. 

ADAMS, James Bailie, Elwood, N.J. 
— Born, Boston, Mass.; Han. C, Ind., B. A. 
and M. A., 1H6(); Prin. T. S., '69; Lie. '58, 
Pby. of Madison; Ord. Oct. 25, '«6, Pby. of 
Albany; P. Lancaster and Dupoint, Ind., 
'69-tiO'; P. May's Landing, N. J., '60-62; P. 
Hubbard, Liberty, and Brookfield, O., '63-64; 
P. Guilderland, N.Y., '66-68; P. 2d Ch., Am- 
well, N. J., '(58-78; Georgetown and Cool 
Spring, Del., '73-81; P. Portland and Upper 
Mt. Bethel, Pa., '81-86; P. Atco and Water- 
ford, N. J., '87-89; P. Taniaqua, Pa., '89-90; 
P. Crisp. Mem., Ind., '90-92; P. Elwood, 
N. J., '93—. 

ADAMS, James Edward, Eusan, Corea, 
Asia. — Born, Greeiisbnrg, Ind., May, 1867; 
Washburn C.'Kans., '88; McC. T. S., Chi- 
cago, '94; Lie. '92, Ord. Dec. 26, '93, Pby. 
of Topeka; My. in Korea, '95 — ; author, "The 
Missionary Pastor " (Fleming H. Revel Co. ), 
'95. 

ADAMS, John Erskine, 82 Lee Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. — Born, Cowes, Isle of 
Wight,' Great Britain; Prin. U., B. A., M. A., 
1887; Prin. T. S., '91; Lie. May, '90, Pby. of 
Central Phila. ; Ord. June, '91 , Pby. of Brook- 
lyn; P. 1st. Pbn. Ch., Lynn, Mass., '89-90; 
Ross St. Pbn. Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., '91—. 

ADAMS, John Quiney, Clifton Springs, 
JV. )'. — Born, Ogden, N. Y.; Rochester U., 
N. Y., B. A., 1874; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '77; 
Lie. April, '76, Pby. of Rochester; Ord. June, 
'78, Pby. of vSyracuse; P. Mexico, N. Y., '77- 
78; P. Walnut St. Ch., Evansville, Ind., '78- 
81; P. Boulder, Col., '81-84; P. W'estminster 
Ch., San Francisco, Cal., '84-95; Chap. Clif- 
ton Si)rings Sanitarium, N. Y., '95 — . 

ADAMS, Lewis James, Bardstoiun, Ky. 
-Born, Madison, Ind.; Mon. C, 111., 1874, 
M. A., '77; Lie. April, '77, Pby. of New 
Brunswick; Ord. Dec.. '77, Pby. of Freeport; 
P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Galena. 111., '77-87; P. 1st 
Ch., Denison, Tex., '87-94; P. Calvary Pbn. 
Ch., Louisville, Ky., '94—. 

ADAMS, Moses Newton, 1564 Laurel 
Ave., St. Paul. Minn.— Worw, Rockville, O.; 
Rip. C, O., 1H45; Lane T. S., O., '48; Lie. 
May 5, '47, Ord. June 14, '48, Pby. of Cincin- 
nati; My. to the Sioux Indians, '48-53; My. 



St. Peter and other stations in Minn., '53-60; 
Engaged in Sa'^bath Sch. work for Am. Bible 
Soc, '<K)-71; U. S. Indian Agt., Sisseton 
Agency, S. Dak., '71-76; Chap, of U. S. 
Army, '76-86; My. Goodwill, S. Dak., 6 yrs. 

ADAMS, Robert Long, Omro, Wis. 
— Born, Cincinnati, O.; Han. C, Ind., B. A., 
1869, M. A., '83; Prin. T. S., '62; Lie. '62, 
Ord. '63, Pby. of Madison; P. Brown and 
Kingston, O., '63-66; P. Mifflin Ch., Ga- 
hanna, O., '65-66; P. Summit Ch., Daven- 
port, la., '<)6-68; P. Andover and Osco, 111., 
'68-74; P. Remington and Rensselaer, Ind., 
'74-75; Rantan, 111. Classis (Ref. Ch.), '75- 
78; P. Bethlehem, West Union and Concord, 
Ind., '78-80; P. Bainbridge, Carpentersville 
and Putnamsville, Ind., '82-83; P. Crookston, 
Minn., '83-84; P. Fulton, 111., '85-87; P. Al- 
bany, Tex., '87-90; P. Portland and Upper 
Mt. Bethel, Pa., '90-95; Omro, Wis., '96—. 

ADAMS, Robert Newton. Minneapolis., 
3Iinn.— Born, Fayette Co., O., Sept. 15, 1835; 
Stud. Mi. U., O', '59-61, D. D., '90; Stud. 
Allegheny T. S., Pa., 2 vrs.; Lie. '69, Ord, 
'70, Pby. of Chillicothe, 6.; S. S. McArthur, 
O., '69-72; P. Ottowa, Kan., '72-75; P. Fer- 
gus Falls, Minn., '80-86; Supt. of Home 
Missions in Syn. of Minn., '86 — ; Private 
Co. C, 20th Ohio Vol. Inf., '62; Promoted 
to Capt., Maj., Lieut.-Col., Col. and Briga- 
dier-General. 

ADAMS, Rollin Luther, New Sharon, 
/a.— Born, Wellington, O.; Beloit C, Wis., 
M. A., 1S61; McC. T. S., Chicago, '67; Lie. 
June 27, '66, Pby. of Milwaukee; Ord. Sept., 
'67, Pby. of Cedar Rapids; P. Linn Grove 
and Spring\ille, la., '67-69; P. Harvard, 111., 
'69-71; P. New Boston, 111., '71-74; P. Prince- 
ton, Le Clair and Mt. Union, la., '74-80; P. 
What Cheer, la., '80-86; Delmar and Elwood, 
la., '86-87; New Sharon, Leighton and Oli- 
vet, la., '86-94; Laurel and Mariposa, la., 
'94-97. 

ADAMS, William Richards, Osceola, 
Neb.— Born, New Boston, N. H.; Dart C, 
N. H., B. A., 1859; Blk. U., 111., M. A., '75; 
Blk. T. S., 111., '60; Lie. April 9, '61, Ord. 
April. '64, Pby. of Illinois; P. Upper Alton, 
111., '61-67; P. Brighton and Spring Cove, 
111., '67-70; P. Shopman and Spring Cove, 
111., '70-74; P. Plainview and Spring Cove, 
111., '74-79; P. Blairstown, la., '79-88; My. 
in Western Neb., '88-90; P. Utica, Neb., '90- 
93; P. Tamora, Neb., '90-92; P. Benedict, 
Neb., '93-95; P. Osceola, Neb., '95— ; Chap. 
133 Regt. 111. Vol. Inf. 

ADAMSON, George D., 2403 First St., 
Louisville, Ky. — Born, New Castle on Tjnie, 
England; Inst, of H. and F. Missions, East 
London; Med. C, Louisville, Ky., M. D., 
1897; Lv. Pbn. T. S.. Ky., '97; Ord. '95. Pby. 
of Nashville; I\Iy. in Congo Free State, Af- 
rica, 4 yrs., and builder of the "S. S. Pio- 
neer," on the Congo River; S. S. Alliance 
Pbn. Ch., Louisville, Ky., '96—. 

ADRIANCE, Edward H., Auburn, N. Y. 
-Born, Scipio, N. Y.— Un. C, N. Y.; Un, 
T. S., N. Y., 1887; Lie. '86, Ord. May 22, 



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'87, Pby. of Cincinnati, O.; P. Brookville, 
Ind., '87-90; P. Jordan, N. Y., '90-9i; P. 
Calvary Ch., Auburn, N. Y., '94—. 

ADRIANCE, Harris Ely, Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. — Bom, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Wms. 

C, Mass., B. A., 1893, M. A.; Prin. T. S., 
'89; Lie. July, '89, Classics of Poughkeepsie; 
Ord. Feb., '90, Pby. of Westchester; P. 
Huguenot Mem. Ch., Pelhani Manor, N. Y., 
'90-96. 

ADSIT, Speneep Madison, Tustin, Cal. 
—Born, Clifton Park, N. Y.; Un. C, N. Y., 
B. A., 1877, M. A., '80; Lie. '78, Ord. '80 by 
M. E. Ch.; Received into Pbn. Ch., '93; P. 
1st Pbn. Ch., Eureka, Cal., 4>^ yrs.; P. Tus- 
tin, Cal., '97. 

AGNEW, Benjamin Lashells, 1924 N. 
Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. — Born, Apallo, 
Pa.; W. and J. C, B. A., 1864, M. A., '67, 

D. D., '72; Wn. T. S., Pa., '67; Lie. '56, Pby. 
of Allegheny; Ord. '58, Pby. of Blairsville; 
Served the following Chs. : Westminster 
Ch., Johnstown, Pa.; North Ch., Philadel- 
phia, Pa.; East Liberty Ch., Pittsburg, Pa.; 
Bethlehem Ch., Philadelphia, Pa.; S. C. Pby. 
of Philadelphia Central, 10 yrs.; Memb. Bd. 
of H. M.; Vice-Pres. of Bd. of Education; 
Cor. See. of Bd. of Ministerial Relief; Mod. 
of Syn. Philadelphia; Counsel for Syn. in 
Gen. Assembly. 

AIKEN, Thomas Jefferson, Berwyn, 
Pa.— Born, Chester Co., Pa., April 1, 1841; 
Laf. C, Pa., B. A., '65, M. A., '68; Prin. T. 
S., '68; Lie. March, '68, Ord. April 27, '69, 
Pby. of Philadelphia; S. S. East Whiteland 
and Reeseville, Pa., '68, and P. '69-91; P. 
Reeseville, Pa., '71-74; P. Port Deposit, 
Pa., '74-82; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Chester, Pa., 
'82-86; P. Berwyn, Pa., '85—. 

AIRMAN, Joseph G., Htimeston, la. 
—Born, Dayton, O.; Witt. C, O., B. A., 1864, 
M. A., '67; Ord. Aug. 27, '67, Miami Confer- 
ence (U. B. Ch.); P. Miami City, O.; P. 
Buda, 111.; P. Red Cloud, Neb.; P. Perry, 
la.; Mt. Ayr, la.; P. Humeston, la., '96—. 

AIRMAN, Robert, iJf«fl^z^o«, iV./.— Born, 
New York City; Yale C; Prin. U., D. D., 
1869; Un. T. S., N. Y., '47; My. in Rhode 
Island, 2 yrs.; A. P. Troy, N. Y., 1>^ yrs.; 
P. 3d Pbn. Ch., Elizabeth, N. J., '52-69; P. 
1st Pbn. Ch., Madison, N.- J., '69-94; P. 
Emer, '94—. 

AIRMAN, Samuel Summer, Cincinnati, 
a— P. Berhn and S. S. Genoa, O., 1886; S. 
S. Union, Bethel, Ind., '86-87; S. S. Leb- 
anon, Ind., '88-90; S. S. 5th Ch., Indianapo- 
lis, Ind., '91; S. S. Greenfield, Ind., '92-93; 
Ev. '94-96; P. 5th Pbn. Ch., Cincinnati, O.— . 

AIRMAN, William, 122 States Ave., At- 
latitic City, //./.— Bom, New York City; U. 
N. Y., 1846, D. D., '69; Un. T.S., N. Y.,'49; 
Lie. '49, 4th Pby. N. Y.; Ord. '49, Pby. of 
Newark; P. 6th Pbn. Ch., Newark, N. J.,'49- 
57; P. Hanover Pbn. Ch., Wilmington, Del., 
'67-69; P. Spring St. Pbn. Ch., N. Y. city, 
'68-72; P. Westminster Ch., Detroit, Mich., 
•72-77; P. Airora, N. Y., '77-81; P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Atlantic City, N. J., '83-94; author. 



"Moral Power of the Sea" (12mo., Phila.), 
'64; "Life at Home' (12mo., Fowler & 
Wells Co.), '70; "Talks on Married Life" 
( 12mo., Fowler & Wells Co. ) '83; " Heavenly 
Recognitions" (12mo., Amer. Tract Soc. ), 
'84; Mod. Syn. of Pa. and Washington, '62. 

AINSLIE, George, Blairstown, la. 
—Bom, Maredith, N. Y., July 29, 1840; Un. 
C, N. Y., B. A., '64, M. A., '67; Prin. T. S., 
'74; Lie. '73, Pby. of Otsego; Ord. June 24, 
'74, Pby. of Troy; P. Arg>de, N. Y., '74-81; 
S. S. Garden Grove'and Humeston, la., '81- 
82; P. Red Oak, la., '82-87; P. Mediapolis, 
la., '87-90; P. Dexter and Earlham, la., '90- 
93; S. S. Rolfe, la., '93-98; P. Blairstown, 
la., '98—. 

AINSLIE, John Alexander, Mosul, 
Turkey in Asia. — Born, Goodwater, Ind. 
Ter., June 6, 1854; Bel. C, Wis., '77; Prin.T. 
S., '81; Memb. of 1st Pbn. Ch., Princeton, 
N. J., svhen appointed My.; appointed My. 
to Mardin, Turkey, by Amer. Board of Corns, 
for F. M., '81; returned to U. S., '92; My. to 
Mosul, Turkey, under Pbn. Board, '93—. 

ARERS, Flavius J., 1172 E. 21st St., 
Oakland, Cal. — Born, New Haven, 111.; Park 
C, Mo., B. A., 1892; San Fran.T. S., Cal., '95; 
Lie. April 26, '94, Pby. of Benieia; Ord. May 
7, '96, Pby. of Oakland; S. S. Elmhurst, Cal., 
'92-94; S. S. and P. South Berkeley, Cal., 
'95-97; S. S. Centenial Pbn. Ch., Oakland, 
Cal., '97—. 

ALAN, Walter T., Greenville, Pa. 
—Born, Hillsdale, Mich.; Hills. C, Mich., 2 
yrs.; Stud. Theol. under Rev. C. B. Wake- 
field, Ph. D.; Ord. Sept., '97; P. Mt. Pleas- 
ant, Pa., '91-95; Transfer, Pa., '92-96; P. 
Georgetown, Pa., '95 — ; Waterloo, Pa., '94- 
95; 1st Local Ev. Ord. by Pby. of Erie. 

ALBERT, Michael, Leeds, N. Dak. 
— Bom, Burggrumbach, Bavaria, Germany; 
Stud. Germany; Morris, 111., 1 yr. and Wh. 
C, 111., 1 yr.; Wh. T. S., 111., 1887; Ord. by 
Wesleyan Conference, '87; P. Letcher, S. D., 
3yrs. ; P. Kingsley, la., 3 yrs.; P. Minne- 
waukon, N. D., 1 yr. 6 mo.; P. Pbn. Ch., 
Leeds, N. D.— . 

ALBOUY, William A. H., Smithville, 
Va. — Born, Devonshire, Bermuda, West In- 
dies; Line. U., Pa., B. A., M. A., 1888; Div. 
Seh. Line. U., Pa., '91; Ord. June 18, '91, 
Pby. of Chester; P. 2d Ch., Oxford, Pa., '89- 
92; S. S. Refuge, Hope, Henry and Alex- 
ander, Va., '92 — ; author. Book of Poems, 
"Leisure Moments" (MacCalla & Co.), '91. 

ALBRECHT, Carl Theodore, Philadel- 
phia, Pa.— P. Ger. Ch., Rahway, N. J., 
1884-87; P. Zion Ger. Ch. , Philadelphia, Pa., 
'88—; D. D. 

ALBRIGHT, Henry Frederick, Sey- 
mour, Tex. — Born, Hetgeshausen, Hanover, 
Germany; Cen. C, Ky., B. A., 1858; Dan. T. 
S., Ky., '61; Lie May, '60., Ord. Sept., '61; 
S. S. Union, Mo., 3 mo., '60; P. Newport, 
Mo., '61-62; P. Braff, '63-64; Milkin Creek, 
'66-67; Petis, '67-68; S. S. Bmnswick, Kites- 
ville and Yellow Creek, Mo., '67-68; S. S. 
Steward ville. Mo., 6 mo., '71; P. Burboise, 



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Mo., 72-73; 1'. Smith Centre, Cora, Provi- 
dence and Galord, Kans., 9 vrs.; P. Vernon, 
Tex., 'm-srr, V. Throckmorton, '85-92; S. S. 
Berj^'ouin, "Sft-SH; S. S. Archer, Tex., '85-90; 
P. Seymour, Tex., '83-92. 

ALDEN, Gustavus R., J7S7 Locust Si., 
Pfiiladilphia, I'a.— Worn, Green, Me.; D. D., 
1881; Aub. T. S., N. V., '««; Lie. '<!5, Pby. of 
Cavuga; Ord. Nov. It, '<>«, Pby. of Genesee 
Va'llev; P. Ahiiond, N. Y., 1 yr.; S. S. Olean, 
N. y!, '67-(i9; S. S. Nassau, N. Y., '69-70; 
P. Cooperstown, N. Y., '70-72; S. S. New 
Hartford, N.Y., '73-76; P. Greensburg, Ind., 
'76-79; S. S. Cumminsville, Cinti., O., '79- 
80; Greensburgh, Pa., '81-85; My. in Fla., 5 
or 6 yrs.; S. S. May's Landing, N. J., 2 yrs. 

ALDERSON, Samuel Baker, Ports- 
inouth, (-).— Born. St. Charles Co., Mo.; Blk. 
U., 111., M. A., 1870; Cen. C, Ky., M. A., D. 
D., '90, McC. T. S., Chicago, '73; Lie. '72, 
Pbv. of St. Louis; Ord. '76, Pby. of- Eben- 
ezer; P. 1st St. Ch., Maysville, Ky., '73-84, 
P. 1st Ch., Washington C. H., O., '84-91; P. 
1st Ch., Topeka, Kans., '91-96; P. 2d Ch., 
Portsmouth, O., '96—; author of Printed 
Sermons. 

ALEXANDER, Adolphus Franklin, 

Flortucc, Pa. — Born, Mifflin Co., Pa., Nov. 

7, 1844; Wn. T. S., Pa., '79; Lie. April, '78, 
Pby. of Pittsburg; Ord. June, '80, Pby. of 
Rock River; S. S. and P. Preemtion and 
Beulah, 111., '79-82; P. Cross Roads, Pa., 
'83—. 

ALEXANDER, Albert J., Crawfords- 
vilU\ Ind.—\j. of Cinti., O., B. A., 1886, M. 
A., '87; Cinti. Law Sch. '88; Un. T. S., N.Y., 
'93; Lie. '92, Pby. of Cincinnati, O.; Ord. '94, 
Pbv. of Vincennes; P. Washinton Ave. Pbn. 
Ch'., Terre Haute. Ind., '93-96; P. Center 
Pbn. Ch., Crawfordsville, Ind., '96—. 

ALEXANDER, Franklin McLain, Ot- 

tawa, Kans.— V,orn, Salem, 111., Dec. 7, 1859; 
Southern 111. Normal U., '83; McC. T. S., 
Chicago, 2 vrs.; Un. T. S., N. Y., '91; Lie. 
and Ord. April, '88, Pby. of Cairo; P. Mur- 
phvsboro Carter\nlle, Vergennes, 111., '87; P. 
IMuqjhvsboro, and Carter\ille, 111., '88-90; 
Stud. fn. T. S., N. Y., '90-91; P. Murphys- 
boro. 111., '91-97; P. Ottawa, Kans., '97—. 

ALEXANDER, George, 47 University 
Place, A'ew }'ork City. — Bom, West Charlton, 
N. Y.; Un. C, N. Y., 1866, M. A., '69, D. D., 
'84., Prin. T. S., '70; Lie. May 11, '69, Pby. 
of Albany (U. P.); Ord. Jan. 20, '70, Pby. of 
Albanv (O. Sch.); P. East Ave. Pbn, Ch., 
Schenectadv, N. Y., '70-84; Pbn. Ch., Uni- 
versity Place, N. Y., '81—. 

ALEXANDER, James Edward, Rush- 
svliaiiia, (^. — Horn, Clovd's Creek, Tenn., 
June 5, 1849; Maryville C., '73; LaneT. S., 
O., '76; Ord. Nov.. '7(), Pby. of Kingston; P. 
Rushsyhaiii.'i ruid Busher Creek, O., '7(5 — . 

ALEXANDER, James McGregor, Al- 
lahabad, India. — Born, Bridgeport, O., April 

8, 1840; W. C, Pa., '62; Prin. T. S., '65; Lie. 
April. Ord. June 20. '((5, Pby. St. Clairs\-ille; 
appointed My. to India by the Pbn. Board, 
'65. 



ALEXANDER, James McKinney, Oak- 
land, Cat. — Born, Waioli, Kauai, Hawaiian 
Islands, Jan. 29. 1835; Wms. C, Mass, B. A.; 
Stud. Un. T. S. and Prin. T. S.; Lie. '63, 

Pby. of and Molokai; Ord. Jan. 

15, '67, Pby. of San Jose; Org. and P. San 
Leandro, Cal., '64-69; S. S. Centerv-ille and 
Alvarado, Cal., '70-72; S. S. Foreign Ch., 
Makamao, '74; My. in Hawaiian Islands, '75- 
85; returned to Cal. '86; author, "Mission 
Life in Hawaii," " A Memoir of Rev. Wm. 
P. Alexander" (Pacific Press Pub. Co., Oak- 
land, Cal.), '88, "The Islands of the Pa- 
cific" (Amer. Tract Soc, New York, price, 
$2). 

ALEXANDER, John Edmiston, Greene- 
ville, TcJin. — Born, Lewistown, Pa., June"2, 
1815; Jeff. C, B. A., '39; Greeneville and 
Tusculum C, D. D., '85; Prin. T. S.,'42; Lie 
May 24, '42, Pby. of Huntingdon; Ord. May 
18, '43, Pby. of Lancaster; P. Washington 
and Senecaville, O., '43-53; Prin. Miller 
Academy, Washington, O., '63-63; S. S. Mt. 
Pleasant, O., '53-60; Prin. HightstownSem., 
N. J., '63-72; Prin. Elkton Academv, '72-74; 
Tea. and S. S. Ridley Park, Pa., '75; S. S. 
Greeneville, Tenn., '76-77; Pres. Washington 
C, Tenn., '77-83; S. S. Amity and Oakland, 
Pa., '82-89; H. R., '90, Pby. of Holston; 
author, "A Record of an Alexander Family" 
(price, $2), "Brief History of the Syn. of 
Tenn." (price, 75c). 

ALEXANDER, John MeKnitt, Rock- 
ford Tenn. — Bom, Mt. Horeb, Tenn.; Ms. 
C, Tenn., B. A., 1887; Un. T. S., N. Y., '90; 
Lie. and Ord. May 30, '90, Pby. of Union; 
S. S. Spring Place, Caledonia and New Sa- 
lem, Tenn., '90-94, Eusebia and Rockford, 
Tenn., '94—. 

ALEXANDER, Joseph Kirkwood, 

Morning Sun, la. — Born, Martin's Ferry, 
O., Dec. 10, 1852; Laf. C, B. A., '76; Prin. 
T. S., '79; Lie. April 20, '78, Pby. of W^ash- 
ington; Ord. Oct. 5, '79, Pby. of Mankato; 
P. Jackson, Minn., '79-83; P. Keota, Ia.,'83- 
91; P. Morning Sun, la., '91—. 

ALEXANDER, Maitland, New York, 
■N. i'.— Born, New York Citv, April 8, 1867; 
Prin. U., '89; McC. T. S., Chicago; Prin. T. 
S., '92; Ord. April 13, '92, Pbv. of Mon- 
mouth; P. Long Branch, N. J.' '93-96; P. 
Harlem Ch., New York City, '96 — . 

ALEXANDER, Robert, St. Clairsville, 
O.— Born, Belmont Co., O., June 15, 1837, 
W. C, Pa., B. A., '55; Franklin C, D. D.,'79; 
Prin. T. S., '58; Stud. Scotland 1 yr.; Lie. 
'58, Pby. of St. Clairsville; Ord. '60, Pby. of 
Donegal; P. Little Britain, Pa., '60-66; P.St. 
Clairsville, O., '67—; Director of Wn. T. S., 
'74—; Trustee of W. and J. C, '76—. 

ALEXANDER, Samuel, Lock Box 106, 
Mt. Ayr, la. — Born, Toronto, Ontario, Can.; 
Stud. i'ub. and Model Schs., Toronto, Kings- 
ville High Sch., Ruthven Academy; Stud. 
Theol. 4 yrs.; Ord. bv M. E. Ch. ; received 
into Pbn. Ch. '91; P. 'in Canada and U. S.; 
P. 3d Pbn. Ch., Council Bluffs, la.; P. Argo- 
nia; S. S. Mt. Ayr., la. — . 



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ALEXANDER, Samuel Caputhers, 

Millersiown, Pa. — Born, Shirleysburg, Pa.; 
Jef. C, Pa., B. A., 1858; Biddle U., N. C, 
'95; Col. T. S., S. C, '61; Lie. April, '60, Pby. 
of Charleston; Ord. Dec, '61, Pby. of Con- 
cord; P. Steele Creek, N. C, '61-65; My. 
Charlotte, N. C, '65-71; Prof, in Biddle 
U., '67-71; P. Shirleysburg, Pa., '71-73; P. 
Upper Path Valley, Pa., '73-87; P. Newport 
and Millerstown, Pa., '87 — ; Memb. Gen. As- 
sembly at Albany, N. Y., '68, Madison, Wis., 
'80, Washington, D. C, 93; Ed. Freedman's 
Joiirjial, Charlotte, N. C, '67-68. 

ALEXANDER, Thomas Rush, Wash- 
ington, Pa. — Born, Mifflin Co., Pa., Mar. 10, 
1814; W. and J. C, Pa., '70; Tea., '68-70; 
Wn. T. S., '73; Lie. April 10, '72, Pby. of 
Huntington; Ord. Sept. 22, '73, Pby. of 
Washington; P. Mt. Prospect, Pa., '73—; C. 
P. Washington, Pa. — . 

ALEXANDER, Thomas TheFon, Tokio, 
Japan.— Born, Mt. Horeb.Tenn., Oct. 8, 1850; 
Ms. C, Tenn., '73; Un. T. S., '77; Lie. May 
19, '77, Ord. Oct., '77, Pby. of Union; Ap- 
pointed My. to Japan, Nov. 3, '77. 

ALEXANDER, Walter Lowrie, Bel- 
laire, O. — Born, Martin's Ferr>', O. ; Laf. C, 
Pa., B. A., 1877; Prin. T. S., '82; Lie. June 
10, '79, Ord. Sept. 13, '82, Pby. of Washing- 
ton; P. Volga, Dak., '79-80; P. Madison, 
Dak., '82-83; P. Beallsville, Bethel, O., '85- 
89; P. Rock Hill, Coal Brook, O., '90—. 

ALEXANDER, William, San Anselmo, 
CaL— Born, Shirleysville, Pa.; Stud. Laf. C, 
Pa.,3yrs.; Jef. C, Pa., 1858; Prin. T. T., '61; 
Lie. April, '60, Pby. of Huntingdon; Ord. 
June 10, '62, Pby. of Northumberland; S. S. 
Hollidays, '60; S. S. Spruce Creek, '61, and 
P. '62; Pres. Carroll C, '62-64; P. Beloit,'64:- 
69; P. San Jose, Cal., '69-71; Pres. City C, 
San Francisco, '71-75; Prof. San Fran. T. S., 
Cal., '71 — ; Author " Nine Letters to Bishop 
McQuaid on Failure of Romanism," "Four 
Letters to Gen. Geo. Stoneman on the Sab- 
bath, " "Commentaries in International S. 
S. Lessons " for 3 yrs. ; one of the principal 
founders of San Francisco T. S. 

ALEXANDER, William A., 422 Elton 
St., Brooklyn, N. F.— Born, Fayetteville, N. 
C; Biddle U., B. A., 1879, M. A., '87; Wilb. 
U., O., D. D., '96; Lie. April 5, '82, Ord. 
April 4, '83, Pby. of Catawba; P. 9th Pbn. 
Ch., Indianapolis, Ind., '83-85; P. Chestnut 
St. Ch., Wilmington, N. C, '86-90; P. Bethel, 
Plainfield, N. J., '90-96; P. Siloam Ch., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., '96 — ; Several times Clerk 
of Pby. of Indianapolis; Chap, of Ross 
Guards, State Senate; Mod. Pby. and Syn. 
Com. Gen. Assembly; Delegate to N. Y. 
Synl. Congress from Pby. of Brooklyn, '97; 
Author, Lectures on "American Centennial," 
"Evolution," "The Atonement." 

ALEXANDER, William Clark, j/^/ P 
St., IVashingtoJi, D. C. — Bom, Lewistown, 
Pa.; Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 1873, M. A., '76, D. 
D., '93; Prin. T. S. , '76; Lie. April, '95, Pby. 
of Huntingdon; Ord. May, '96, Pbv. of Wash- 
ington; P. Pequea, Pa., '76-80; P. Middle- 
10 



town, Del., '80-89; P. Maltawan, N. J., '89- 
93; P. West St. Ch., Washington, D. C, 
'93—. 

ALEXANDER, William Irwin, Argyle, 
III.— Born, Greenwood, Ind., May 13, 1867; 
Hartsville C, B. S., '89, M. S, '92; Lane T, 
S., O., '93; Lie. April 18, '92, Ord. April 19, 
'93, Pl3y. of Indianapolis; S. S. Acton, Ind.; 
S. S. Brookville; Ind.; P. Decatur, Ind.. '93- 
95; 179 added to this Ch. in 1 yr.; P. Willow 
Creek (Scotch Ch. ), 111., '95 — ; largest coun- 
try Ch. in the U. S. 

ALEXANDER, Walter S., Philadelphia, 
Pa.—S. S. Clinton St. Immanual Ch., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., '95 — . 

ALFORD, Charles McMillan, Philadel- 
phia, Pa.— Bom, Centralia, 111.; Geneva C, 
Pa.; Reformed Pbn. T. S., Philadelphia, Pa.; 
P. Westminster Pbn. Ch., Philadelphia, Pa, 

ALISON, Alexander, Bristol, Pa.— 
Born, Dundee, Scotland, June 2, 1850; St. 
Andrews C, Scotland, '68; W. and L. U., 
Va., D. D., '89; McC. T. S., Chicago, '79; 
Lie. April, '73, Ord. Sept. 10, '79, Pby. of 
Ottawa; P. Polo, 111., '78-83; P. Sparta., 111., 
'83-85; P. Hagerstown, Md., '85-87; P. West 
Green St. Ch., Philadelphia, Pa., '87-92; P. 
Seattle, Wash., '92-95; P. Bristol, Pa., '98—. 

ALISON, John, 199 Park Ave., Yonkers, 
N. F.— Born, Dundee, Scotland; Ham. C, 
N. Y., B. A., 1892, M. A., '85; MeC. T. S., 
Chicago, '95; Lie. Aug., '93, Pby. of Puget 
Sound; Ord. Oct., '95, Pby. of Westchester; 
P. Immanuel Chapel of 1st Pbn. Ch., Yonk- 
ers, N. Y., '96—. 

ALLAN, J. S., s 10 Avenue Road, Toronto, 
Ontario, Canada. — Born, North East Hope, 
Ont., Canada; Ord. June 25, 1896, Pby. of 
Lansing; S. S. Otter Lake, Mich., '94-95; S. 
S. McBean, Mich., 2 mo. in '93; S. S. Holt, 
Mich., '95-97; My. of American S. S. Union 
in Neb., '83-85; My. in Northern Canada. 

ALLAN, Wm. F., 1028 loth St., Denver, 
Col. — Born, Coburg, Ont., Canada; Toronto 
U., B. A. (Victoria C. ), 1892; Omaha U. 
(Bellevue C), D. D., '95; Div. Sch. Queen's 
U., Canada, '86; Lie. May, '86, Ord. Oct., 
'86, Pby. of Kingston; P. Newburg, Ont., 
Canada, '86-90; P. Newcastle, Ont., '90-93; 
P. Westminster Ch., Denver, Col., '93—. 

ALLEMONG, Charles S., Latiark, III. 
—Born, Charleston, W. Va.; Memb. of Pby. 
of Rock Island, Syn. of 111.; Ord. '97, Pby. 
of Rock River. 

ALLEN, Adolos, Reading, Pa.— Born, 
Iowa Citv, la.; Wms. C, Mass., B. A., 1878, 
M. A., '86; Prin. T. S., '81; Lie. April 28, '80, 
Ord. June 23, '81, Pby. of Jersey City; P. 
Claremont Pbn. Ch., Jersey City Heights, N. 
J.; P. 3d Ch., Williamsport, Pa.; C. P. 1st 
Ch., Washington, D. C; C. P. IstCh., Read- 
ing, Pa. — . 

ALLEN, Albert W., S94 IV. Perry St., 
Buffalo, N. K— Bom, Union Springs, N. Y. ; 
Ham. C, N. Y., M. A., 1878; Aub. T. S., N. 
Y., '80; Lie. '79, Pby. of Cavuga; Ord. '80, 
Pby. of Utiea; P. Dearsboro"^, N. Y., '80-83; 



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P. Sackel's Harbor, '83-87; P. Buffalo, N. Y., 
•90—. 

ALLEN, Arthur Huntington, H^ood- 
sidf Manse, I'mv, \. )'.— Bom, New York 
Citv, Oct. *A), 1851; Yale C, 78; Prin. T. S., 
•77; Lie. April 4, 76, Pby. of Brooklyn; Onl. 
April IT), 7», Pby. of Nassau; S. S. 2d Ch., 
Lexinj^toii, Kv., 77; S. S. Islip, L. I., 78, 
and P. 7;»-H5:'p. Woodside Ch., Troy, N. Y., 
•85—. 

ALLEN, Caleb Martin, Sioux City, la. 
—Stud. Vermont V .\ vStud. Prin. T. S.; Tea. 
for a number of years; Agt. Tract Soc; My. 
in Iowa; 81 yrs. of age; Memb. of Pby. of 
Sioux City. 

ALLEN, Clarence Beeehep, 30/9 Clark 
Alt'., Si. Louis, Mo. — Born, Upper San- 
dusky, O.; Wo. U., O., B. A., 1892; McC.T. 
S., Ciiicago,'95; Lie. April, '94, Pbv. of Lima; 
Ord. Aug. 1, '95. Pby. of St. Louis; S. S. 
Leonard Ave. Mission, St. Louis, Mo., '95 — ; 
Engrossing Clerk of Ohio House of Repre- 
sentatives, '92-9;S. 

ALLEN, Cyrus Glenn, Holiday's Cove, 
W. /'(/.--Born, Weslev, Pa.; Wo. U., O., B. 
A., 1SM7, M. A., '90; Wn. T. S., Pa., '90; Lie. 
'89. Pby. of Butler; Ord. Sept. 9, '90, Pby. of 
Washington; P. Cove and Three Springs, 
W. \'a., '90—. 

ALLEN, David \i.,No>ih Yakima, Wash. 
—Born, Belmont Co., Ohio; Frank. C, O., 
B. A., '80, M. A., '83; Wn. T. S., Pa., '84; Lie 
•83, Pby. of St. Clairsville; Ord.' 85, Pb;y'. of 
Idaho; S. S. Laerescent and Hokah, Minn., 
•83; S. S. Rock ford. Wash., '84-90; S. S. 
Kendriek and Luliaetta, Idaho, '90-97; S. S. 
Natcheeze, Noxee and Parker, Wash., '97 — . 

ALLEN, David Nathaniel, Eureka 
Spriujrs, Ark. — Born, Haywood Co., Tenn.; 
Wesleyan U., Ala.; Lie 1885, Ord. '86; Pby. 
of Cherokee; P. Cowala, Ft. Gibson, Vinita, 
Ind. Ter.; S. S. Eureka Springs, Ark. '93—. 

ALLEN, Edward A., Kokomo, Ind. 
— Born, Vevav. Ind.; Hartsville, C, M. A.; 
Lane T. S., O.; Ord. May, 1888, Pby. of 
Whitewater; P. Decatur, Ind., '88-93; P. 6th 
Ch., Indianapolis, Ind., '83-98; P. Kokomo, 
Ind., '98—. 

ALLEN, Edward Brown, Brewster, 
N. y. — Born, Scheneetadv, N. Y., June 19, 
1827; I'n. C, N. Y.. '57;' Prin. T. S., '60; 
Ord. June 25, '(>!, Pby. of Albany; P. Ball- 
ston Centre, N. Y., '61-66; P. Delhi, '68-69; 
P. Milford, Mass., '69-70; P. Southeast Ch., 
Brewster, N. Y., 71—. 

ALLEN, Edward Williamson, Ridge- 
way, S. C. — Born near Winnsboro, S. C • 
Biddle U., N. C, B. A.. 1892; Div. Sch. Bid- 
die U., N. C, '95; Lie. March, '94, Ord. 
March, '95, Pby. of Fairfield; P. Green- 
wood, S. C, '95-97; P. Lebanon Ch., Ridge- 
way, S. C, '97-. 

ALLEN, George, Milton-on-Hudson, N. 
Y. — Bom, Johnstone, Scotland; Studied un- 
der a tutor; Un. T. S.. N. Y., 1895; Lie. Dec. 
12, '95, Ord. Dec. 18, '95, Pby. of North 
River; P. Milton, N. Y., '95—. 



ALLEN, George S., Carlisle, N. Y. 
Memb. Pbv. of Albany; P. Carlisle, N. Y., 
'95—. 

ALLEN, Hamilton Ford, 6/2 W. 6oth 
Place, Chicago, III. — Born, Lafayette, Ind.; 
Wms. C, Mass., B. A., 1888; Un. Christian 
C, Ind., M. A., '95; McC. T. S., Chicago, 
'97; Lie. May 3, '97, Pby. of Chicago. 

ALLEN, Happy B., Holdredge, Neb. 
— Born, Beaver, Wis.; Hast. C, Neb., B. A., 
1894; MeC. T. S., '97; Ord. Sept., '97, Pby. 
of Hastings; S. S. Marquette, Wis., '93-94; 
S. S. Blue Hill, '94; S. S. Beaver City, '94; 
S. S. Beaver City and Stamford, '95; S. S. 
Holdredge, Neb., '96—. 

ALLEN, Heman Hoyt, 2185 Grand Ave., 
Cinciiniati, O. — Born, Canton, N. Y.; Centre 
C, Ky., B. A., 1855, M. A., '61, D. D., '81; 
Dan. T. S., Ky., '58; Lie. April, '08, Pbv. of 
Louisville; Ord. Sept. '59, Pby. of West Lex- 
ington; S. S. Cynthiana and Pisgah, '58-59; 
P. Bethel, '59-61; S. S. Glasgow and Men- 
fordville, '65-66; P. St. Charles, Mo., '70-72, 
P. Olivet, Ky., '72-78; S. S. Princeton, Ky., 
78-82; Fin. Agt. of Centre C. and Dan. T. S., 
Ky., '61-66; Ed. Western Presbyterian, '66- 
70; Tea., '81—. 

ALLEN, Hopaee Hews, Holland Patent, 
N. r.— Born, Honeoye Falls, N. Y.; Roch. 
U., N. Y., B. A., 1857; Aub. T. S., N. Y., 
'61; Lie. June 13, '60, Ord. June 11, 62, Pby. 
of Rochester; S. S. Cayuga, N. Y., '61-69; 
S. S. Oneonta, N. Y., '69-87; S. S. Holland 
Patent, N. Y., '88—. 

ALLEN, Ipa W., Jr., 12103d Ave, Rock 
Island, III. — Born, Lafayette, Ind.; Wms. 

C, Mass., B. A., 1884, M. A., '87; McC. T. 
S., Chicago, '95; Lie. April 29, '95, Ord. 
May 22, '95, Pby. of Chicago; S. S. Central 
Pbn. Ch., Rock Island, 111., '95-96 and P. 
'96—. 

ALLEN, John W., 1516 Locust St., St. 
Louis, Mo. — Born, Belmont Co., O., Feb. 1, 
1837; W. C, Pa., B. A., '60, D. D.; Wo. U., 
O., '79; McC.T. S., Chicago, '63; Lie. '62, 
Pby. of St. Clairsville; Ord. '64, Pby. of 
Lima; P. Van Wert, O., '63-66; P. Lake 
City, Minn., '66-67; P. Kirkwood, 111., '67- 
68; Pbl. My. Pby. of Kansas City, '69-73; 
Supt. of Missions in Syn. of Mo., '73-80; 
Mgr. St. Louis Depository of Pbn. Bd. of 
Pub. '80; Founder, Ed. and Pub. St Louis 
Evangelist, 74-88, when name was changed 
to The Mid. Continent, and Pub. the latter 
until '97, when it consolidated with Herald 
and Presbyter. 

ALLEN, Lyman Whitney, 41 Spruce St., 
Newark, N. /.—Born, St. Louis, Mo.; W. U., 
Mo., B. A., '78, M. A., '79; Wo. U., O.. 

D. D., '97; P. G. Prin. U.; Stud. Prin. T. S. 
Lie. '80, Ord. '82, Pby. of St. Louis; S. S. 
Windsor Harbor Ch., Kimswiek, Mo., '81- 
83; S. S. 1st Pbn. Ch., De Soto, Mo., '83-85; 
P. E. CarondeletCh., St. Louis, Mo., '85-89; 
P. South Park Ch., Newark, N. J., '89—; 
Author, "Abraham Lincoln, the Star of San- 
gamon," (The New York Herald's $1,000 
Prize Poem); Director Pbn. Bd. of H. M., 



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'91; Director of Bloomfield T. S., N. J., 
'90—. 

ALLEN, N. Marshall, Ishpeming, Mich. 
—Born, Fayette Co., Ky.; Centre C.,Ky., B. 
A., 1884, M. A., '88; Stud. Dan. T. S., Ky.; 
Prin. T. S., '88; Lie April, '87, Pby of Lou- 
isville; Ord. Aug. 7, Pby. of Lake Superior; 
S. S. Bessemer, Mich, '88-94; S. S. So. Su- 
perior, Wis., '94-96; S. S. Ironwood, Mich., 
'95; P. Ishpeming, Mich., '96—; S. C. Pby. 
of Chippewa, '93-96; S. C. Pby. Lake Su- 
perior, '97 — . 

ALLEN, Opson Parda, Aubutndale, 
Mass. — Born, Smyrna, N. Y.; Amh. C, 
Mass., B. A., 1852; And. T. S., '55; Lie '65 
by a Cong. Asso., Ord. Pby. of Rochester, 
My. of A. B. C. F. M., '66-96 to Armenian 
Mission, Eastern Turkey; Ev. work and Tea. 
in Harpoot T. S., Eastern Turkey; Returned 
toU. S., '96. 

ALLEN, Perry S., Philadelphia, Pa. 
—Born, Annisville, Pa.; Wo. U., O., 1874, 
Bellvue C, Neb., D. D., '95; Wn. T. S., Pa.; 
Lie. April, '76, Pby. of Butler; Ord. Sept., 
'77, Pby. of Clarion; P. 1st Ch., Sharon, Pa., 
'77-82; P. Warren, Pa., '82-87; called to 1st 
Ch., Lawrence, Kan., and Westminster Ch., 
Yonkers, N. Y., '87; P. 1st Ch., Saratoga, 
N. Y., '88-91; P. Greenhill Ch., Philadel- 
phia, Pa., '91-94; Sec. and Mgr. of Pbn. 
Ministers' Fund, '94 — . 

ALLEN, Sidney, Flagler, O?/.- Memb. 
Pby. of Kendall; H. R, 

ALLEN, Theodore H., Mendota, III. 
—Born, Oswego, N. Y.; Ham. C, N. Y., B. 
A., 1879, Un. T. S., N. Y., '83; P. Preston, 
Minn., '83-86; P. South Chicago, 111., '85-91; 
P. Mendota, 111., '91—; S. C. Pby. of Ot- 
tawa. 

ALLEN, William Jr., Pennington, N.J. 
—Born, Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 2, 1864; U. 
of Pa., '87; Prin. T. S., '90; Ord. May 29, 
90, -Pby. of Chester; P. Fairview, Pa., '90-92; 
P. Ambler, 93-94; P. Pennington, N. J., 
^'96—. 

ALLEN, William Elliott, Elm Grove, 
W. Va. — Born, Venango Co., Pa.; Grove Cy. 
C, Pa., B. A., 1889; Wn. T. S., Pa., '92; Lie. 
April 18, '91, Pby. of Butler; Ord. Sept. 14, 
'92, Pby. of Washington; P. Frankfort, '92- 
97; P. Elm Grove, W. Va., '97—. 

ALLER, Absalom T., Cawker City, Kan. 
—Born, Carrollton, O.; Wab. C, Ind., B. A., 
1875. M. A., '84; Wn. T. S., Pa., '86; Lie. 
April, '85, Ord. April, '86, Pby. of Steuben- 
ville; P. Grainfield, Kan., '86-88; P. Norton, 
Kan., '80-91; P. Hays City, Kan., '91-94; P. 
Nortonville, Kan, '94-96; P. Cawker City, 
Kan., '96—; S. C. Pby. of Osborn, '91-94. 

ALLEY, Frederick, Denver, Col.~Re- 
ceived from Cong. Ch., 1880; S. S. Knox, 
White Cloud, Neb., '80; S. S. Haigler, Drift- 
wood, Neb., '89; S. S. Champion, Imperial, 
Neb., '90-91; S. S. Denver, Col, '92—. 

ALLIN, James Hays, E. Chattanooga, 
Tenn.—S. S. Boyle, Hustonville, Ky., 1885; 
S. S. Boyce Station, Tenn., '87; Ev. Chatta- 



nooga, Tenn, '88-93; Ev. Rose Hill, Fla,, '94; 
Ev. Chattanooga, Tenn., '95 — . 

ALLIS, John Mather, Santiago, Chili. 
— Born, Danville, P. I., Canada, Dec. 15, 
1839; Prin. U., '66; Un. T. S., N. Y., '69; Ap- 
pointed My. to Chili by the Pbn. Bd., May 7, 

'83. 

ALLISON, Charles Elmer, Yonkers-on- 
the-Hudson, N. F.— Born, State Hill, N. Y.; 
Ham. C, N. Y., 1870; Un. T. S., N. Y., '74; 
Lie. April 25, '75, Pby. of Hudson; Ord. April 
30, '79, Pby. of Westchester; P. Dayspnng 
Ch., Yonkers, N. Y., '79—; Author, "His- 
torical Sketch of Hamilton College," "His- 
tory of Yonkers; " Pres. of Yonkers Histor-- 
ical and Library Asso. 

ALLISON, Frank R., Chicago, O.— Lie 
Pby. of Clarion, 1895; Memb. Pby. of Huron; 
P. Chicago, O.— . 

ALLISON, James, Pittsburg, Pa.— Born, 
Pittsburg, Pa.; Jef. C, Pa., 1845; W. and J. 
C, D. D., '68; W^n. T. S., Pa., '48; Lie. '47, 
Pby. of Allegheny; Ord. '49, Pby. of Ohio; 
P. Sewickley, Pa., '48-64; Ed. Presbyterian 
Banner, '64-—; Trustee W. and J. C; Director 
Wn. T. S., Pa. 

ALLISON, John Lee, Baltimore, Md. 
—Bom, Pulaski Co., Va.; King C, Tenn., B. 
A., 1884; Un. T. S., Va., '87; Lie May, Ord. 
Oct., '87, Pby. of Abingdon; P. Beaver Creek, 
Va., '87-89; P. Radford, Va., '89-91; P. Ports- 
mouth, Va., '92-97; P. Westminster Ch., Bal- 
timore, Md. (Northern Assembly), '97 — . 

ALLISON, Matthew Gay, Bloomington, 
Ind. — Born, Windsor, Nova Scotia, Canada; 
Dalhousie C, Halifax, N. S., B. A., 1886; 
Prin. U., M. A., '89; Un. T. S., N. Y., '90; 
Theol. Depart. U. of Chicago, '94; Ord. '90, 
Pby. of St. John; My. St. Martin's, New 
Brunswick, Can., '88; My. Riverside, New 
Brunswick, Can., '89; My. St. Martin's, New 
Bn.inswick, Can., '90-93; P. Bloomington, 
Ind., '94—. 

ALLISON, S. \u.,Holton,Kan.—V. Holton, 
Kan.—. 

ALLISON, Wm. Briekell, Piper City, 
///.—Born, Bakerstown, Pa.; W. and J. C, 
B. A., 1890, M. A., '93; McC. T. S., Chicago, 
'93; Lie and Ord. Sept., '93, Pby. of Bloom- 
ington; P. Piper City, 111., '93—. 

ALLISON, Winthrop, Superior, Wis. 
—Ord. Ev. 1895, Pby. of Nebraska City. 

ALSTON, Junius Claiborne, Winston, 
N. C— Born, Louisburg, N. C; Lin. U., Pa., 

B. A. and M. A.; Lin. T. S., Pa.; Ord. April, 
1889, Pby. of Cape Fear; P. Lloyd Pbn. Ch., 
Winston, N. C, '89—. 

ALTER, Robert Lemon, North Hope, 
Prt.— Born, Freeport, Pa., Oct. 14, 1866; Wra. 

C, Pa., '90; Wn. T. S., Pa.; Stud. Prin. U.; 
Lie April 13, '92, Pby. of Kittanning; P. N. 
Washington, Concord, New Salem — . 

AMBLER, Thomas A., Tivo Harbors, 
Minn. — Born, Barrie, Ont., Canada; Barrie 
C, Ont.; Stud. Theol. under care of Pby.; 
Lie April 10, 1890, Ord. April 27, '91, Pby, 
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Minn., 2 yrs.; Cloquet, Minn., 1 yr.; Two 
Harlx)rs, Minn. — . 

AMBROSE, David Edward, Sterling, 
A'<;«.— Horn, Mt. Pulaski, 111.; Otb. U., O., 
18S2; JIcC. T. S., Chica),'o, 'ill; Ord. '90, Pby. 
of Ottawa; P. \Villianis\'ille, 111., '2>^ yrs.; P. 
OswcKO. 111., 2 yrs.; P. El Cajin, Cal., '91-94; 
P. Slerlinl^, Kan., '96—. 

AMBROSE, John C, Culmerville, Pa. 
— Born, Cowansville, Pa.; \V. and J. C, B. 
A., 1SS4; \Vn. T. S., Pa., 'H7; Lie. April, '86, 
Ord. June, '87, Pbv. of Kittanning; P. Mar- 
ion, 'S7-iHi; P. Bull Creek, Pa., '91—. 

AMBROSE, Matthias H., Palestine, III. 
— Boni. Hill.shoro, C; Otb. U., O., B. A., 
1872. M. A., '7ri; Un. Biblical S., Dayton, O.; 
Stud. Hebrew with PrCs. Harper, of Chicago; 
Received from Cong. Ch., '8(5; Prin. Avalon 
Acad., Mo., 4 yrs.; P. Cong. Ch., Belle Plains, 
la., 2 yrs.; P. Olnev, 111., 2 yrs.; P. Pbn. Ch., 
Divemon., 111.; S.' S. Cairo, 111., 2 yrs.; P. 
Palestine, 111., '92—. 

AMLONG, James L., Oxford, Kan. 
—Born, Pittsburg, Pa.; Stud. \Vn. C, Pa.; 
Stud Theol. privately; Lie. and Ord. 1863, ]M. 
P. Ch.; Joined Pbv. of Waterloo, '70; P. 
Cediir Vallev, la., '7'l-74; P. Wohoo, Neb., 12 
jTS.; H. M.' Waunders Co.; S. S. Cherokee 
and Galena, 2 yrs.; Ev. Pby. of Neosha and 
Fin. Agt. of Oswego Female C, 2 yrs.; S. 
S. Galva and Canton, 3 yrs.; S. S. Oxford and 
Geuda Springs — . 

AMOS, Thomas H., Abbeville, S. C. 
— Memb. Pbv. of McClelland; S. S. 2d Ch., 
Abbeville, S.' C. 

ANDERSON, Charles, 26 Nelson St., 
Aubtini, N. y. — Born, Schenectady, N. Y.; 
Un. C, N. Y., B. A., 1840, M. A,; Aub. T. 
S., N. Y., '43; Lie Feb., '43, Pbv. of Ithaca; 
Ord. Nov. 14, '43, Pby. of Cayuga; P. Sen- 
nett, N. Y., '42-64; P. Union Springs, N. Y., 
'64-68; P. Savannah, N. Y., '68-70; P. Sen- 
nett, N. Y., '70-77; P. Castile, N. Y., '77-78; 
P. Dutch Ref. Ch., Owasco Lake, N. Y.,'78- 
'93; aiemb. Pby. of Cajniga. 

ANDERSON, Daniel Benson, 313 Ckest- 
vul SI.. Cai/idt'n, jV. /. — Born, Monrovia, Li- 
beria. W. C. of Africa; Lin. U., Pa., 1891; 
Lin. T. S., Pa., '94; Ord. April, '94, Pby. of 
Westchester; P. Knox Pbn. Ch., Camden, N. 
J., '94—. 

ANDERSON, Edwin Lippineott,5a/zwa, 

I A;//.— Born, South Bend, Ind.; Stud. Ob. T. 
S.; Stud. 3vrs. privately; Lie. vSept. 9, 1880, 
Ord. Sept. 8, '83, by U. B. in Christ, North 
Michigan Conference; P. Cong. Ch.. Ashley 
and East Fulton, Mich.. '91-92; P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Chicago. O., '92-96; P. Crosbv Mem. 
Ch., Salina', Utah, '9(i— . 

ANDERSON, James, St./oe, 71'.r.— Born, 
Sennett, N. Y.; Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., 1872; 
Aub. T. S., N. Y., '7(5; Lie '74, Pby. of Ca- 
yuga; Ord. '76. Pby. of Austin; S. S. St. Joe 
and .\dora, Tex., '76 — . 

ANDERSON. James A., LePoy, N. Y. 
—Born, Marsh.il Co.. W. Va.; Wm. C, Pa., 
B. A., 1877; " U. P." T. S., Pa., '80; Lie. 



April, '80, Pby. of WheeUng; Ord. Nov. 9, '80, 
Pby. of Mansfield; P. "U. P." Ch., Mansfield, 
O., '80-87; P. "U. P." Ch., Beulah, N. Y., 
•87-89; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., LeRoy, N. Y., '89—. 

ANDERSON, James G., Roseville, Cal. 
— Meinb. Pl)v. of Sacramento; P. E. Rose- 
ville, Cal. 

ANDERSON, James M.— Bom, Kilmar- 
nock, Scotland, Sept. 10, 1827; Wms. C, 
Mass., '54; Stud. Prin. T. S., Ord. Ev., April 
19, '65, Pby. of Cincinnati; Pres. Female C, 
College Hill, O., '65-(59; Prof. Math. Wms. 
C, Mass., '69-70; P. 2nd Ch., Belvidere, N. 
J. ,'70-74; P. Matawan. '74-81; P. New Vernon, 
N. J., '84-94; P. Bismarck, N. Dak., '89—; 
Memb. Pby. of Duluth. 

ANDERSON, John, Cambridge, N. Y. 
—Born, Port Hope, Canada; Un. C, N. Y. 
1852, B. A. and M. A.; Asso. Reform T. S., N 
Y. ; Lie., '55, Asso. Ref. Pby. of Washing- 
ton; Ord., '57, Pby. of Michigan; P. "U. P.' 
Ch., Oswego and Waterford, Ind., '67-68 
P. "U. P." Ch., Martin, Mich., '68-77; P, 
North Pbn. Ch., Kalamazoo, Mich., '78-84 
P. School Craft, ]\Iich., '84-86; SuppHed va- 
cant Chs. in Mich., '86-88. 

ANDERSON, John E., Walnut Creek, Cal. 
— H. M. Tucson, Ariz., '78-79; S. S. Davis- 
ville, Westminster, Plainfield, Cal.. '84-85; P. 
Marysville, Cal., '87-90; P. E. Eureka, Cal., 
'91; S. S. Menlo Park, Cal., '93-94; S. S. 
Walnut Creek, Cal.—. 

ANDERSON, Joseph MeCullough, 149 
Ki7ig Ave., Coluinbiis, O. — Born, Carrol Co., 
O.; Frank. C, O., 1878, D. D.,'97; Wn. T. S., 
Pa., '82; Lie. April, '81, Pby. of Steubenville; 
Ord. May, '82, Pbv. of Lima; P. CeUna, O., 
'82-85; P. North Ch., Cincinnati, O., '86-92; 
P. 5th Ave. Ch., Columbus, O., '92-94; P. 
Olivet Ch., Columbus, O., '94—. 

ANDERSON, J. Philander, Lisbon, O. 
— W. and J. C, Pa., B. A., 1883; Wn. T. S., 
Pa., '86; Lie. April 28, Pby. of Shenango; 
Ord. April 29, '86, Pby. of Washington; P. 
Cross Creek, Pa., '86-92; P. Lisbon, 0.,'92— . 

ANDERSON, Matthew, 1926 S. College 
Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. — Born, nr. Green- 
castle, Pa.; Ob. U., O., M. A., '77; Prin. T. 
S., '77; Lie. and Ord., '78; Pby. of Carlisle; 
P. Temple St. Cong. Ch., New Haven, Conn., 
'77-79; P. Gloucester Pbn. Mission, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., '78-80; P. Berean Ch., Philadelphia, 
Pa., 'SO — ; Author, " Presbyterianism, its 
Relation to the Negro," (price, $1.26.) 

ANDERSON, Matthew L., Norman,Okla. 
Ter. — Born, Scrubgrass, Pa.; W. and J. C, 
Pa., B. A., 1860; Wn. T. S.. Pa., '63; Lie. 
April 10, '62, Pby. of Butler; Ord. Nov. 10, 
'63, Pby. of Wooster; P. Millersburg and 
Holmesville, '63-65; S. S. Orrville, O., '66- 
69; S. S. Rosendale and Union; S. S. Graham, 
Albany and Mound City; Memb. Pby. of Ok- 
lahoma. 

ANDERSON, Merle H., Ebensburg, Pa. 
—Born, New Bedford, Pa.; W. and J. C, B. 
A., 1893; McC. T. S., Chicago,'96; Lie. Sept. 
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P. Reading, 111., '94-95; P. Pratt, Kans., '95; 
P. Ebensburg, Pa., '96 — . 

ANDERSON, Robert E., Heyworth, III. 
—Born, Leechburg, Pa.; W. and J. C, B. A., 
1875; Wn. T. S., Pa., '78; Lie May, '77, Pby. 
of Kittanning; Ord. Aug. 24, '87, Pby. of 
Mankato; P. Lake Crystal, '79-81; P. Red- 
wood Falls, '81-85; P. Owatonna, '85-88; P. 
Hey worth, 111., '88—. 

ANDERSON, Samuel Gilmope, nog Hu- 
ron St., Toledo, O. — Born, Galena, 111. ; U. of 
Minn., B. A., 1881; Un. T. S., '84; Lie. May, 
'84, Pby. of New York; Ord. Nov., '84. Pby. 
of St. Paul; S. S. Tracy, Minn., '84-85; P. 
Goodrich Ave. Ch., St. Paul, Minn., '85-89; 
P. Westminster Ch., Toledo, O., '89—. 

ANDERSON, Samuel MeCullough, El 

Dorado, Kan. — Born, Butler Co., Pa., Dec. 
18, 1823; Wash. C, '48; Wn. T. S., '51; Lie. 
Aprils, '5L Pby. of Butler; Ord., '51, Pby. of 
Wooster; P. Fredericksburg, O., '51-59, P. 
Davenport, la., '59-69; P. Hamilton, O., '68- 
80; P. El Dorado, Kans., '80—; D. D. 

ANDERSON, Samuel Rutherford, 209 

Elizabeth Ave., Wichita, Kans. — Bom, Pic- 
ton, Ont., Canada; U. of Mich., B. A., 1862, 
M. A., '66; Prin. T. S., '66; Lie April 21, '65, 
Pby. of New Brunswick; Ord. Aug. 9, '66, 
Pby. of Philadelphia; P. Ben Salem, Edding- 
ton and Newportville, '66-69; P. E. Tucker- 
ton and Bass River, N. J., '69-75; P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Fairfield, '75-83; P. Caldwell, '83-88; 
S. S. Blue Water and Indianola, '89-93; S. S. 
Indianola, Brainerd and Potwin, '93-94; P. 
Lincoln St. Pbn. Ch., Wichita, Kans., '97—. 

ANDERSON, Thomas Alexander, Sis- 
terville, W. Fa. — Born, Claysville, Pa., Sept. 
10, 1860; W. and J. C, '82; Wn. T. S., '84—; 
P. Sisterville, W. Va. 

ANDERSON, Thomas Bing'ham, /^oches- 
ter. Pa. — Born, Leechburg, Pa., April 30, 
1844; W. and J. C, Pa., '68, B. A., and M. A.; 
Wn. T. S., Pa., '71; Lie. April 13, '70, Pby. of 
, Saltsburg; Ord. June 13, '71, Pby. of She- 
nango; P. Pulaski and Hopewell, '71-73; P. 
Hopewell, '73-76; P. Latrobe, Pa., '75-87; 
P. Plum Creek and Laird, '87-93; P. Roches- 
ter, Pa., '93—. 

ANDERSON, Thomas S., 1867 N. Marsh- 
field Ave., Chicago, III. — Born, Dover, Del., 
Dec. 25, 1861; Wo. U., O., B. A., '86, M. A., 
'89; McC. T. S., Chicago, '89; Lie April, '89, 
Ord. May, '89, Pby. of Chicago; P. Wilming- 
ton, '89-95; P. Endeavor Ch., Chicago, 111., 
'95—; Called to Pioneer Pbn. Ch., Marinette, 
Wis. 

ANDERSON, William Wylie, Louden- 
ville, C— Born, West Rushville, O.; W. and 
J. C, Pa., B. A., 1859; Wn. T. S., Pa., '62; 
Lie. April, '61, Ord. April, '64, Pby. of Rich- 
land, (Old. Sch.); S. S. Chesterville and Wa- 
terford, O., '62-65 and P. '65-69; P. Shelby, 
O., '67-77; P. Bellville, O.. '77-86, and S. S. 
Clear Fork, O., '82-86; S. S. Loudenville and 
Shreve, O., '87-89; S. S. Loudenville and 
Perrysville, O., '89-90; P. Loudenville and 
Perrysville, O., '90—. 



ANDREASEN, M. N., St. Paul, Mimi. 
— Memb. Pby. of St. Paul; P. Dano-Norweg'n 
Ch., St. Paul, Minn. 

ANDREWS, Fred Earl, Ballston, Va. 
—Born, Bergen, N. Y.; Roch. U., B. A., 1893; 
Prin. T. S., '96; Ord. Oct. 26, '96, Pby. of 
Washington; S. S. Ballston, Va. , '96—. 

ANDREWS, H. M., Mainpuri, India. 
— Pby. Furrukhabad. 

ANDREWS, Jacob Boyd, San Jose, Q.al. 
—Born, Lemont, Pa.; Laf. C, Pa., M. A., 
1872; McC. T. S., Chicago, '75; Lie June 6, 
'74, Pby. of Superior; Ord. June 15, '75, Pby. 
of Ottawa; P. Oswego, 111., '75-78; P.Colum- 
bus, Wis., '78-84; P. Appleton, Wis., '64-89; 
Taught Indians at Stockbridge; Hebron, 111., 
'89-93; My. California, Corpinterio and Santa 
Cruz, '93; A. P. 1st Pbn. Ch., San Jose, Cal., 
'95—. 

ANDREWS, Joseph E., Plymouth, O. 
— Born, New Cumberland, W. Va.; H. 
Springs C, O., B. A., 1871, M. A.; Wn. T. 
S., Pa., '74; Lie May, '73, Ord. June 3, '74, 
Pby. of Steubenville; P. Waynesburg, O., 
'74-77; P. 7th Ch., Pittsburg, Pa., '79-86; P. 
Sennett, N. Y., '86-87; P. CrestUne, O., '87- 
96; P. Plymouth, O., '96—. 

ANDREWS, Nathaniel B., Tekonsha, 
Mich. — Educated at Antwerp, N. Y.; Lie 
1877; took 4 yrs. Conf. course; Ord. Sept. 18, 
'81, Onondaga Conf.; received from M. E. 
Ch. '86; P. Evans Mills, N. Y., '86-89; P. 
Cass City, Mich., '89-92; P. Barre Center, N. 
Y., '92-95; P. Tekonsha, Mich., '97—. 

ANDREWS, Samuel, St. Thomas, N. 
Dak. — Born, Roughan, Co. Antrim, Ireland; 
Royal U., Ireland, B. A., 1866, M. A., '66; 
Assembly's T. S., Belfast, '67; Lie Pby. of 
Ballymena; Ord. Pby. of Armagh, Ireland; 
P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Portadown, '68-86; Prof. 
Latin and Greek, Jamestown C, N. D., '86- 
89; P. Hot Springs, S. D., '89-90; S. S. 
Wheatland, Hunter, Mapleton, Edgeley; S. 
S. St. Thomas, N. D., 97— ; author, "Our 
Great Writers" (Elliot Stock, London; price, 
$1.50), '84. 

ANDREWS, Wm. E., Hastings, Neb. 
—Prof. Hastings C, '89-92; Sec. Hastings 
C, '93; Memb. Pby. of Hastings. 

ANGEL, Samuel D., Bakersfield, Vt. 
—Born, Scotland; Edinburgh U., M. D.; 
Pbn. T. S., Montreal, Canada; Lie April 9, 
1890. Pby of Montreal; Ord. Sept., '90, Pby. 
of Champlain; P. Mooers, N. Y., '90-95; P. 
1st Cong. Ch., Bakersfield, Vt.,'95— ; author, 
' ' Sabbath School Excursion ' ' ( Maccalla Co. , 
Phila., Pa.; price, 10c. ), '91. 

ANGIER, Luther Home, 160 IV. Con- 
cord St., Boston, Mass.— Born, Southboro, 
Mass., Jan. 26, 1810; Amh. C, Mass., '33, 
M. A., '36; Un. T. S., N. Y., 39; Lie May, 
'39, 3d Pbv. of New York; Ord. Mar. 4, '40, 
Pby. of Buifalo; Park Pbn. Ch., Buffalo, N. 
Y., 5 yrs.; P. Port Gibson, Miss.; P. Cong. 
Ch., Concord, Mass., 8 yrs.; P. 4th Pbn. Ch., 
Boston, Mass.; P. Holyoke, Mass., '90; in 
'95, at the age of 85, one of the preachers of 
Cornell U.; at the age of 87, S. S. 1st Pbn. 



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Ch., Newport, R. I.; author, lecture on "En- 
thusiasm." 

ANNIN, John Alexander, Rolla, No. 
— Horn, LilRrtvConur, N. J.; I'rin. U., B. A., 
1W«5, M. A.. iSl; I'riii. T. vS., "51; Lie. '50, 
Ord. '51. Pbv. of Hliziibethtown; P. Frank- 
lin. O.. '61-62; P. Cedarville, N. J., '52-0(5; 
P. Red \Vinj,'and Lake Citv, Minn., '6(M59; 
P. Las Vc^as. N. M., '69-80; P. RoUa, Mo., 
'80- . 

ANTHONY, Charles William, Franklin 
Grove, III. — Horn. Union Springs, N. Y.; U. 
of Cal.. B. A., 1H70; San Fran. T. S.. Cal., 
'78; Lie. '72. Pby. of San Francisco; Ord. '73, 
Pbv. of San Jose'; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Livennore, 
Cai., "73-79; P. Spring Vallev, 111., '80; P. 
Kewanee, 111., '81-83; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Du- 
luth, Minn.. '83-86; P. Franklin Grove, 111.; 
'86—. 

APPEL, John Bridge, Cannd, N. V. 
—Born, Cannel, N. Y.; P". and M. C, Pa., 
B. A., 1884; Stud. Prin. T. S. 2yrs.; Ord. 
May 20, '96, Pby. of Westchester; P. Gilead, 
N. Y., '96—. 

APPLEGATE, George William, 

Brown stown, Ind. — Born. Rockingham Co., 
Va.; Stud. Shelton C, W. Va.; Lv. T. S., 
Ky.; Ord. Sept., 1895. Pby. of New Albany; 
P. Brow!isto\vn. Ind., '95-—. 

ARCHIBALD, George G., io6 E. zd SI., 
Coz'hti^lofi, Ay. — Born, Washington Co., Pa.; 
W. and J. C, Pa., 1847, B. A. and M. A.; 
Han. C, Ind., D. D.; Asso. Ref. T. S., Pa., 
'6C); Lie. April. '49, Ord. June 25. '50, Pby. 
of Monongahela; P. Asso. Ref. Ch., Man- 
chester, '52-55; P. As.so. Ref. Ch., Cincin- 
nati, O., '55-61; P. 1st. Pbn. Ch., Madison, 
Ind., •61-<56; P. Westminster Ch., N. Y., 
'66-<)8; Pres. Han. C, Ind., '68-70; Prof. 
Dan. T. S., Ky., '70-83; Pres. Wilson C, 
Pa., 1 vr.; Prof, ftlental and Moral Science 
in Wo.'U., O., '83-84; niemb. Pby. of Eben- 
ezer. 

ARCHIBALD, William Elder, 77 Pros- 
pect St., lirooklinc, Mass. — Born, Edinburgh, 
Scotland; Cunib. U., Tenn., Ph. D., 1884; 
Ob. T. S.,0., '81; Ord. March 14. '82, Cong. 
As-so.; S. S. Cottage Grove, Minn., and Liv- 
ingstone. Mont, when stud.; P. Silver Cliff, 
Col., 2 yrs.; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Topeka, Kans., 
5 yrs. ; P. Brookline. Mass — . 

ARELLANO, PlutaPCO, Apartado 305, 
Mtxiio, I). /•'., Mex. — Born. Zitacuaro. 
Michoacan, Mexico, June 28, 1862; private 
instruction with Rev. D. Rodriguez; Pbn. 
T. S., — alpan, Mex.. '85; Ord. May 17. '85, 
Pby. of City of Mexico; " Santisiina Trini- 
dad, " Chilpanciugo. Guerrero. Mex., '85-91; 
P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Vera Cruz, V. C. '91-94; P. 
Bethel, Mexico City, '91-97; Mgr. Presby- 
terian Mission Press, '97—; translated into 
Spanish A. A. Hoge's " Commentarv on 
Confession of Faith" ($1.75); "Confession 
of Faith and Catechisms " (15c.); "Presby- 
terian Sy.stem, " by Dr. W. H. Roberts ( 15c. ). 

ARGO, James Kelley, 117 Hoivard St., 
Findlav, (9. —Born, Ironton, O.; National 
Normal U., B. S., 1891, B. A., '93, M. A., '95; 



Drew T. S., N. J., '84; Lie. Mar. 1, '82, Ord. 
Sept. 26, '87, by Bishop E. G. Andrews; 
received by Pbn. Ch., '93; Itinerant in Ohio 
Conf. of M. E. Ch., '84-91; P. 1st 
Ch., Galion, O., '91-93; P. 1st. Pbn. Ch., 
Belle Center, O., '93-95; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., 
Findlay, O., '95—. 

ARKLEY, Robert, South Bend, Wash. 
— Born, North Shields, England; educated 
in England; Lie Oct., 1894, Ord. April 29, 
'95, Pby. of Olympia; P. Westminster Ch., 
Tacoma, Wash.; P. Sprague Mem. Ch., 
South Tacoma, Wash.; P. 1st Ch., South 
Bend, Wash,—. 

ARLEN, Henry, Kendall, ///. — Bom, 
Clarksburg, N. Y.; N. W. U., 111., B. A., 
1877; M. A., Un. Bibhcal Inst., 111., '79; Lie. 
111. Conf. Ev. Asso.; received by Pbn. Ch., 
'93; P. Ausable Grove, 111., '93—. 

ARMENTROUT, David M., Frankford, 
Del.— Qorn, Monroe Co., W. Va.; W. and L. 
U., Va.; U. T. S., Va.; Lie. May, 1891, Pby. 
of Greenbrier; Ord. '92, Pby. of Columbia; 
H. M. work in Del., Tenn., etc; S. S. Frank- 
ford, Del. — . 

ARMENTROUT, Thomas Stilington, 

Pennsylvania Furnace, Pa. — Born, Race 
Track Farm, Monroe Co., W. Va.; Stud. 
H.-S. C, Va.; W. and L. U., Va., 1884; Un. 
T. S., Va., '87; Lie. Mav, '87, Pby. of Green- 
brier; Ord. Oct., '87, Pby. of New Castle; P. 
Buckingham Ch., Berlin, Mo., '87-88; P. 
Felton and Harrington, Del., '88-92; P. 
Spruce Creek, Pa., '92 — . 

ARMSTRONG, Amzi Louis, Dtitch Neck, 
N. /.—Born, Newark Vallev, N. Y.; Prin. 
U., 1852, B. A. and M. A.; Prin. T. S., '66; 
Lie. April 22, '56, Ord. May 20, '57, Pby. of 
New Brunswick; P. Dutch Neck, N. J., '57 — . 

ARMSTRONG, Cyrus C, 80S Shaivnee 
Ave., Kansas City, Kan. — Born, Fulton, N. 
Y.; Grad. State Normal, Mo.; Lane T. S., 
O., '89; Ord. '90, Pby. of Platte; P. Carroll- 
ton, Mo., '90-93; P. Central Pbn. Ch., Kan- 
sas City, Kan, '93 — . 

ARMSTRONG, Elliott C, S54 W. 3d. 

St., lVillia)nsport, Pa. — Born, Easton, Pa.; 
Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 1879, M. A., '82; Un. T. 
S., N. Y., '86; Lie and Ord. June 1, '86, Pby. 
of Nassau; P. Green Lawn and Comae, L. I., 
N. Y., '86-88; P. Grove Ch.. Danville, Pa., 
'88-92; P. 3d Pbn. Ch., Williamsport, Pa., 
'92—. 

ARMSTRONG, Frank:, Sherrard, W. Va. 
— Born, West Alexander, Pa.; W. and J. C, 
B. A., 1884; Un. T. S., N. Y., '87; Lie. April, 
'86, Pbv. of Washington; Ord. Julv, '88, 
Pby. of St. Louis; P. Union, Mo., '87-88; 
P. Washington, Mo., '88-W; P. Evanston, 
Wyo., '90-91; P. King^vood, W. Va., '91-92; 
S. S. Allen Grove and Limestone, W. Va., 
'93—. 

ARMSTRONG, Frank Elmer, W. Alex- 
ander. Pa. — Born, West Alexander, Pa., 
Dec. 24, 1862; W. and J. C, Pa., B. A., '84; 
Wn. T. S., Pa., '84; Memb. Pby. of St. 
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ARMSTRONG, Halloek, Nelson, Pa. 
—Born, Minisink, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1823; Laf. 
C., Pa., B. A. and M A.; Prin. T. S., '51; 
Lie. '51, Ord. '67, Pby. of Lackawanna; P. 
Nanticoke and Ashley, '51-54; P. Portage, 
N. Y., '54-56; P. Paporte and Durham, Pa., 
'56-61, P. Monroeton, Pa., '61-81; P. Wells 
and Columbia, Pa., '81-91; P. Nelson, Pa., 
'91—; Chap. 51st Reg. Pa. Vol., '66. 

ARMSTRONG, James Newton, New 
Alexandria, Pa. — Born, New Texas, Pa.; 
W. and J. C, Pa., B. A., 1888, M. A., '91; 
Stud. Edinburgh, Scotland, Berlin U. Ger- 
many; Wn. T. S., Pa., '91; Lie. '90, Ord. 
'91, Pby. of Blairsville; P. Bethany Branch 
Pine St. Ch.. Harrisburgh, Pa., '91-91; P. 
New Alexander, Pa. , '96 — . 

ARMSTRONG, Joseph Rogers, Carroll- 
ton, III. — Born, Rogersville, Tenn., April 9, 
1827; Mar. C, M. A., '52; Stud. Lane T. S., 
O., '52-53; Un. T. S., '53-64; Lane T. S., O., 
'54-55; Ord. Sept. '57, Pby. of N. Missouri; 
P. Mt. Ely and Kirkwood, Mo., '56-59; Tea. 
Kirkwood, Mo., '59-60; at Carrollton, 111., 
'61-69, and S. S. Walnut Grove and Green- 
field; Kirkwood, Mo., '70-71; P. De Soto, 
Mo., '72-77; P. Carlyle, 111., '77-78; Memb. 
Pby. of St. Louis. 

ARMSTRONG, Reuben H., Harrisburg, 
Pa.—Vhy. of Carlisle; P. Elder St. Ch., Har- 
risburg. Pa. 

ARMSTRONG, Robert T., Canton, Mo. 
—Born, West Union, Pa.; Frank. C, O., 
1849, D. D., '82; Wn. T. S., Pa., '47-50; Lie 
'50, Ord. '51, Pby. of St. Clairsville; P. 
Grandview, New Castle, '50-56; P. Short 
Creek, Wheeling Valley, New Athens, '56- 
82; P. New Hagerstown, Leesville, O., '82- 
84; P. Worthington and Dublin, O., '84-88; 
P. Woodsfield and New Castle, O., '90-94; P. 
Canton and Lagrange, Mo., '96 — . 

ARMSTRONG, Thomas Chalmers, 

Northport, Wash .—^oxx\., Belmont Co., O., 
Nov. 18, 1849; Frank. C, O., '74; Stud. Wn. 
T. S., Pa., '74; Stud. LatleT. S., O., '75; Lie. 
■♦ April, '76, Ord. April, '77, Pby. of St. Clairs- 
ville; P. Hamilton, Mo., '77-80; S. S. Ta- 
coma. Wash., '80-84; S. S. Northport, 
Wash.—. 

ARNEY, William James, Port Alle- 
gheny, Pa.— Ord. May 14, 1872, Pby. of 
Lackawana; P. Great Bend, Pa., '72-74; P. 
Philadelphia, Pa., '75; P. Reading, Pa., '76- 
77; P. Blissfield, Mich., '78-83; S. S. Cos- 
sopolis, 83-87; S. S. Kane, Pa., '88-91; S. S. 
Port Allegheny, Pa., '93—. 

ARNOLD, Franklin L., Salt Lake City, 
Utah.— Born, Parma, N. Y.; Ob. U.,0.; Ob. 
T. S., O., 1850; Ord. Pby. of Grand River; 
My. Mendi Shrission, W. Africa, 2 yrs.; P. 
Rome, O., 10 yrs.; P. Marengo, la., 4 yrs.; 
P. Laramie City, Wyo., 5 yrs.; P. Evanston, 
Wyo., 14 yrs.; S. S. Westminster Ch., Salt 
Lake City, Utah—. 

ARNOLD, Frank S., j<? White Ave., 
Cleveland, (9.— Born, Niles, O.; Par. C, la., 
B. A., 1888, M. A., '92; McC. T. S., Chicago, 
'91; Ord. April, '91, Pby. of Rock River; P. 



Fulton, 111., '91-97; P. Wilson Ave. Ch., 
Cleveland, O., '97—. 

ARNOLD, William Justice, Riverside; 
Cat.— Born, Peru, Ind.; Par. C, B. A., 
1889; McC. T. S., Chicago, 1894; Lie. April, 
'94, Ord. July 11, '94; P. 3d Ch., -Portland, 
Ore., '96-97; P. Calvary Ch., Riverside, 
Cal., '97—. 

ARRIGHI, Antonio, 395 Broome St., 
New York, N. V. — Born, Florence, Italy; 
Stud. Wsl. U., O., and Dickson C; Boston 
T. S., Mass., 1869; Ord. '74, Rome, Italy, by 
Bishop M. Simpson; My. Florence, Italy, 
'71-79, under M. E. Ch.; Received into Ital- 
ian Evl. Ch., '79; Received into Pby. of New 
York, '83; My. among Italians in New York 
City — ; Compiled an Italian Hymn Book, 
(Amer. T. S.; Price, 40 cents). 

• ARRICK, Adoniram Judson, Mt. Ster- 
ling, Ay. — Born, Monticello, Ind.; Wab. C, 
Ind., B. A., 1888; Lie. April, '89, Pby. of 
Logansport; Ord. April 20, Pby. of Mun- 
cie; S. S., Rankin, 111., '89-90; P. Hart- 
ford City, Ind., '90-92; Memb. State Ec. 
Com., Ky. Christian Endeavor Union, '93 — ; 
Ed. Ky. C. E. State Paper. 

ARTHUR, Richard, Logan, Aa«.— Bom, 
Chestnut Level, Pa.; Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 
1868, M. A., '71; Wn. T. S., Pa., '71; Lie. 
and Ord. June 6, Pby. of Westminster; My. 
to Bangkok and Aynthia, Siam, '71-73; S. S. 
Little Britan and Hopewell, Pa., '74; P. War- 
fordsburg and Buck Valley, Pa., '74-76; S. S. 
Green Hill and Wells Valley, Pa., '76-77; 
S. S. Fayetteville and Scotland, Pa., '77- 
82; S. S. Waterloo, Pa., '82-83; S. S. and P. 
E., Indianola, Stone Chapel and Grainerd, 
Kan., '83-86; S. S. and P. White City, Mor- 
ris and Wilsey, Kan., '86-91; P. Lincoln, 
Kan., '92-96; S. S. Wamego, Kan., '96; S. 
S. Logan, Pleasant Hill and Bow Creek, 
Kan., '97—. 

ASAY, Charles Henry, Brickerville, Pa. 
—Born, Burlington, N. J., Dec. 13, 1842; 
Prin. U., '70; Prin. T. S., '73; Ord. Oct. 29, 
'73, Pby. of New Brunswick; P. 2d Ch., Am- 
well, N. J., '73-83; P. Christ Ch., Lebanon, 
Pa., '83—. 

ASDALE, Wilson, Clinton, Pa.— Born, 
County Antrim, Ireland, March 5, 1846; Wn. 
U., Pa., B. A., '73, M. A., '77; Wn. T. S., 
Pa., '77; Lie. Oct. 3, '76, Pby. of Pittsburg; 
Ord. Sept. 12, '78, Pby. of Platte. P. Gal- 
latin, Mo., '78-81; S. S. Hays City, Kan., 
'81-82; S. S. Fairfax, Mo., '82-83; P. Tip- 
ton, Mo., '83-92; S. S. Conrad Grove and 
ApHngton, la., '93-96; P. Hebron and Mt. 
Olivet, Pa., '97—. 

ASH, George W., Kirkwood, ///.—Memb. 
Pby. of Schuyler; Tea. Richville, 111., '78; 
S. S. DuBois, 111., '79-84; Ev. Richview, 111., 
'85-87; Ev. Lexington, Miss., '88. 

ASHLEY, Andrus F., Fairmount, Neb. 
—Born, Tallmadge, O.; Cleveland Med. C, 
O., M. D., 1854; Stud. Theol. under Pby. of 
Schuyler; Lie. Aug., '69, Ord. May, '70, 
Pby. of Schuyler; P. Good Hope, Hunts- 
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peming, Mich.; P. Liberty, Burchanl, Blooni- 
ington anil Fainnounl, Neb., and Astoria, 
111.; MckI. of I'bys. of Schuyler, Lake Su- 
perior, Nebraska City; Twice Corns, to Gen. 
Assembly; Surf,'eon U. S. Vols, in Civil War; 
Now Examining Surgeon. 

ASHLEY, Barnas Freeman, Ravenna, 
O. — Horn, Liveq)ool, Nova Scotia, Nov. 28, 
1838; Stud. Theol. under Prof. Horatio B. 
Hackett, D. D., LL. D., Newton, Mass.; Bap- 
tist T. S.; Lie. by South Gardner, Mass., Bapt. 
Ch. Ass'n over Osterville, Mass., Bapt. Ch., 
Feb. (t, '56; P. 40 yrs. in the following Bap- 
tist Chs: Sharon, Mass., Iowa City, la., 
Kankakee, 111., Ironton, O., Cleveland, O., 
Youngstown, O., Canton, O., Httsburg, Pa., 
Seville, O., P. Ref. (Dutch) Ch., Athens-on- 
the Hudson; Ev. Pby. of Cleveland — ; Au- 
thor, "Tan Pile Jim," "Dick and Jack's 
Adventures on .Sabie Island," "Air Castle 
Don," all pub. bv (Laird & Lee, Chicago; 
Price $1.00 each), ''93-95-96; Just completed, 
" More Than Nature." 

ASHMEAD, Duffleld, Philadelphia, Pa. 
— Born. Philadelphia, Pa.; Del. C, Del.; 
Stud. Theol. under Rev. Francis Hendricks, 
D. D.; Lie. June 8, 1880, Pby. of Central 
Philadelphia; Ev. and Tea. — . 

ASTON, AlbePi, Shelby, /a.— Born, Eng- 
land; Lie. 1888, Ord. '90, Pby. of Niobrara; 
P. Millersburg, Neb., '88-90; P. Emerson 
and Pender, Neb. '90-96; P. Shelby, la., 
'96—. 

ASTON, Edwin, Waterloo, Neb.—2,oxvi, 
England; educated in England; Ord. April, 
1893, Pby. of Omaha; S. S. Marietta, Neb., 
'93-97; S. S. Waterioo, Neb. '97—. 

ASTWOOD, Joseph B., Navan P. O., 
Ninn. — Born, West Warwick, Bermuda; 
Dal. C, N. S., B. A. and M. A.; Stud. Ham. 
C, N. Y.; Stud. Theol. -4 yrs. under Pby. of 
Red River; Lie. April, 1894, Ord. Oct., '97, 
Pby. Red River; Local Ev. Angus, Euclid 
and Red Lake Falls, Minn., '93-95; Local 

Ev. Evansville and , '96-96; P. 

Alliance, '96 — . 

ATKINS, Thomas B., Columbus, O. 
— S. S. Washington and Bellbrook, O., 1878- 
85; S. S. Brown, Kingston, O., '86-88; S. S. 
Lower Liberty, O., '89-92; S. S. Mt. Ster- 
ling, O., '93; S. S. Groveport, O., '95; S. S. 
Madison, Groveport and I.,ithopolis, O. — . 

ATKINSON, James N., Santa Clara, 
Cat.— v. Milpitas, Cal., 1887-92; S. S. 2d 
Pbn. Ch., ISIonterey, Cal., '93—. 

ATKINSON, John Henry, Blossberg, 
Pa. — Born, Cheshire, England, 1847; Lin- 
coln C. England, M. A-. '80; Na. U., Chi- 
cago, M. A. and Ph. D., '89; Sunderland T. 
S., Durham, F^ng., '72; Ord. Portsmouth, 
Eng., '76, by Prim. M. Ch.; received into 
Pby. of Lackawanna, '87; P. St. Neots, '73, 
Great Berlchamsted, '75; P. Worthing, '76, 
London, '77, High Wycomlie, '78, Maldon, 
'79; P. Wilkes Barre, Pa., '82-84; P. Morris, 
Pa., '84-85; P. New Castle, Pa., '83-86; P. 
Hyde Park, Pa., '86; S. S. Franklin, Pa.,'87- 
95; S. S. Snowden Mem. Ch. und Sugar 



Notch, Pa., '96; S. S. Wells and Columbia, 
Pa., '9(J— . 

ATKINSON, Thomas, Somerville, Mass. 
— Ch. M. Romeyn Ch., New York City, 
1888-89; P. Worcester, Mass., '90-93; P, 
Somerville, Mass., '94 — . 

ATKINSON, William Alexander, 
Caldivell, O. — Born, Washington Co., Pa.; 
Wo. U., Q., B. A., 1893, M. A., '96; Wn, T. 
S., Pa., '96; Lie. April 10, '95, Pby. of Wash- 
ington; Ord. Oct. 1, '96, Pby. of St. Clairs- 
ville; P. Caldwell, O., and S. S. Sharon, '96— . 

ATKINSON, William Dent, Pontiac, 
III.— Born, Hull, England; Hed. C, 111., B. 
L., 1893; P. G. U. of 111., '95; 111. Sch. of 
Theol., '96; Ord. April, '96, Pbv. of Bloom- 
ington; S. S. Cabery, 111., '96-97; P. E. 
Greenup and Casey, 111., '98; Prof, of Mod- 
ern Languages Hed. C, 111., for some time. 

ATTACK, William Daniel, jo/ Jansen 
Ave., Chicago, III. — Born, Bedford, Bed- 
fordshire, England; Ord. Sept. 20, 1866, by 
Cong. Ch., England; P. Cong. Chs., England, 
18 yrs., and in Mich. 7 yrs.; Memb. Pby. of 
Chicago. 

ATTERBURY, Anson Phelps, 133 ^est 
S6lh St., New Yotk, N. >'.— Born, New 
York City; Stud. Yale C; U. of N. Y., Ph. 
D., 1892; Ham. C, D. D., '93; Un. T. S., N. 
Y., '79; Stud. And. T. S., Mass., 2 yrs.; Lie 
'76, Ord. April 20, '80, Pby. of New York; 
P. Park Pbn. Ch., New York City, '79—. 

ATTERBURY, W. Wallace, New 

York City. — Born, Newark, N. J.; Yale 
C, M. A.; U. of N. Y., D. D., 1888; Yale 
Div. Sch.; Ord. '48, 3d. Pby. of New York; 
H. M. Lansing, Mich.; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Mad- 
ison, Ind., '54^65; S. S. Lancaster, Pa., 6 
mos.; S. S. 1st Pbn. Ch., Cleveland, O.; Sec, 
New York Sabbath Com. and Ed. of its 
pamphlets, and organizer and lecturer. 

AT WOOD, Charles B., Whitehall, N. 
K— Memb. of Pby. of Troy; P. Whitehall, 
N. Y.— . 

AT WOOD, El win M., Larimore, N. 
Dak. — Born, Nelson, N. H.; English educa- 
tion acquired in private Acad.; Stud. Theol. 
under care of Pby. of Pembina; Lie. Ev. 
1892, Pby. of Fargo; Ord. June 15, '96, Pby. 
of Pembina; P. Larimore, N. Dak., '96-—; 
Supt. S. S. ^ly. work 3 years. 

ATWOOD, Wm. C, 1335 Buchanan St.^ 
Des Moines, la. — Born, Pennington, N. J.p 
Wo. U., O., B. A., 1885; McC. T. S., Chicago,. 
'88; Lie. April, '87, Pby. Nebraska City; Ord.. 
May 10, '88, Pby. of Des IMoines; P. Chari- 
ton, la., '88-96; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., East Des. 
Moines, la., '96—; S. C. Pby. of Des 
Moines — . 

AUF DER HEIDE, Walnut Park, St. 
Louis, ylA>.— Born, Bay, Mo.; Stud. Des 
Peres Inst., 1859-62; Horn, Med. C, Mo., 
M. D., "90; Dan. T. S., Ky., '66; Lie. June 7, 
'65; Ord. April 14, '69, Pby. of St. Louis; S. 
S. 2d German Pbn. Ch., St. Louis, Mo., '76- 
93; S. S. Walnut Park Ch., St. Louis, Mo.» 
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AUGHEY, John H., Mulhall, Okla. 
7>r.— Born, New Hartford, N. Y.; Frank. 
CO., B. A.; Stud. Theol. in Holly Springs, 
Miss, and Memphis, Tenn.; Lie. Oct. 4, 1856, 
Pby. of Chickasaw; Ord. April 15, '61, Pby. 
of Tombeckbee; P. Bethany, Waterford, 
Spring Creek, French Camp, Poplar Creek 
and Nagareth, Miss.; P. Princeton, Livonia, 
Paoli, Cambridge City, Leavenworth and 
Valley City, Ind. ; P. Congress, Chester and 
Wayne, O.; P. Chariton, la.; P. Fairmount, 
St. Louis, Mo.; S. S. Mulhall, Okla. Ter.— . 
author, "Iron Furnace" (price, $1.25), 
"Tupelo" ($2), "Spiritual Gems" ($2), 
' ' Grammatical Guide ' ' ( 50c ) , " Eight Years 
Mission Work in Oklahoma and Indian Ter- 
ritories" ($1.50). 

AUGUR, Charles Baker, Albert Lea, 
Minn.— Bom, Leyden, N. Y. ; Lowville Acad., 
1880-84; Un. T. S., N. Y., '92; Lie. April, 
'91, Ord. April, '92, Pby. of Utica; P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Fulda, Minn, '92-96; P. Union Ch., Mor- 
gan, Minn., '96-97; Representative Albert 
LeaC. for Young Ladies, '97 — . 

AUKERMAN, Elmer, Buffalo, /'a.— Lie. 
Pby. of St. Clairsville, 1892; Ord. '92, Pby. 
of Washington; P. Upper Buffalo, Pa., '94—. 

AUKERMAN, Robert Campbell, Eliz- 
abeth, Pa. — Born, Westmoreland Co., Pa.; 
Frank C, O., B. S., 1892; Wn. T. S., Pa., 
'95; Lie. April 10, '94, Pby. of Allegheny; 
Ord. Oct. 8, '95, Pby. of Redstone; P. Round 
Hill, Pa., '95—. 

AULL, Wilson, Duluth, Minn. — Born, 
Lexington, Mo.; Prin. U., B. A., 1891, M. A., 
'94; McC. T. S., Chicago, '93; Lie. April 30, 
'94, Pby. of Chicago; Ord. June 20, '94, Pby. of 
Mankato; P. Westminster Pbn. Ch., Worth- 
ington. Mo., '94-96; P. Glen Avon Ch., Du- 
luth, Minn., '96 — ; Took Fellowship prize 
($640), which gave me a year abroad. 

AURINGER, Obadiah Cyrus, Troy, N. 
jr.— Born, Glen Falls, N. Y.; Stud. Theol. 
under Rev. A. J. Fennell, D. D., and Rev. J. 
.N. Crocker, D. D.; Ord. at Lake George, N. 
Y., Sept. 20, 1889; S. S. Northwood, N. Y., 
'89-93; P. 8d Ch., Troy, N. Y.,'93— ; "Scythe 
and Sword," '87; "Heart of the Golden 
Roan," '91 (D. Lathrop Co., Boston, Mass., 
75c. each), "Book of the Hills" (Henry 
Stowell & Son, Troy, N. Y., $1), '96. 

AUSTIN, Alonzo E., Sitka, Alaska.— n. 
M. 1st Pbn. Ch., Sitka, Alaska, 1885—; 
Memb. Pby. of Alaska. 

AUSTIN, Alvin C, Hoonah, Alaska. 
—Born, Lowell, Ind.; Stud. Fmt. C, Kan., 1 
yr.; McC. T. S., Chicago, 1896; S. S.; Ord. 
April, '96, Pby. of Monroe; S. S. Oneta and 
Leola, S. Dak., '95; Hoonah Native Mission, 
'96—. 

AUSTIN, Charles k.,Gleitfield,Pa.—Uc. 
1893, Pby. of Cincinnati; Ord. Pby. of Alle- 
gheny; P. Glenfield, Pa., '94—. 

AUSTIN, Charles Baldrey, Cleveland, 
C— Born, Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 20, 1848; 
Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., '68; Un. T. S., N. Y., 
'72; Ord. Nov. 14, '72, Pby. of Steuben; P. 



Cohocton, N. Y., '72-76; S. S. New York 
Mills, N. Y., '76-83; P. E. Bismarck, S. Dak., 
'83—. 

AUSTIN, James, Hannah, N. Dak. 
—Born, Fergus, Ont.; Stud. U. of N. Dak.; 
McC. T. S., Chicago, '97; Ord. June 9, '97, 
Pby. of Pembina; P. Hannah, N. Dak., '97—. 

AVERY, Eugene H., Vinton, /a.— Born, 
Sherburne, N. Y.; Belt. C, Wis., B. A., 
1858; Par. C, Mo., D. D., '95; Stud. Un. T. 
S., N. Y., 2K yrs.; Stud. 1 yr. in Europe; 
Lie. Nov., '62, Pby. of Galena and Belvidere; 
Ord. April, '63, Cong. Council; S. S. Cong. 
Ch., Roscoe, 111., '63; P. Pbn. Ch., Warren, 
111., '64-70; P. Sioux City, la., '70-81; P. 
Vinton, la., '81—; Mod. Syn. of Iowa, '78; 
Pres. Bd. of Trustees of CoeC, '82—. 

AVERY, George S,, New York, N. Y. 
—Memb. Pby. of New York; Ch. M.— . 

AVERY, Henry Root, San Jose, Cat. 
—Born, Windham, N. Y., May 4, 1828; Prin. 
U., '53; Prin. T. S., '56; Ord. Feb. 24, '57, 
Pby. of New Brunswick; P. Squan Village, 
N. J., '57-68; H. M. St. Helens, Ore., '69; S. 
S. and Prof. Corvallis, '60-61; S. S. Pleasant 
Grove and Prof. Mon. C, Ore., '61-62; H. M. 
Contra Costa Co., Cal., '62-66; Supt. Schs. 
Contra Costa Co., '63-67; S. S. Contra Costa 
Ch., '65-72; H. M. Bodega, '72-76; S. S. Wal- 
nut Creek, '77-82; Memb. Pby. San Jose. 

AXER, William Crittenden, 1828 N. 
Caroline St., Baltimore, Md. — Born, Balti- 
more City, Md., Jan. 19, 1861; Prin. T. S., 
'92; Ord. April 20, Pby. of New Castle; S. S. 
Norton, Kan., '92-93; S. S. Clinton, Kan., 
•93-97. 

AXTELL, John Stockton, Portlajid, 
Ind. — Born, Delaware, O., May 16, 1846; 
Laf. C, Pa., B. A. and M. A., '71; Ph.D., 
'94; Wn. T. S., Pa., '74; Lie. April 23, '74, 
Pby. of Wooster; Ord. July 28, '74, Pby. of 
Blairsville; P. Homer City and Black Lick, 
'7J^77; P. Clyde and Glen Spring, O., '78-83; 
P. Celina and Rockford, O., '86-91; P. Port- 
land, Ind., '92 — ; Pres. Green Spring Acad., 
O., '83-86; Prin. Portland High Sch., '98-94; 
Tea. Portland Normal, '92-97; Author, "The 
New Old Creed" (L. H. Jameson, Celina, 
O.),'90. 

AYERS, Augustus Marshall, Kanka- 
kee, ///.—Born, Jacksonville, 111.; Stud. 111. 
C, Jacksonville; Rose Polytechnic Inst., 
Terre Haute, Ind.; Stud. Theol. under care 
of Pby. of Springfield; Lie. Sept., '90, Ord. 
Nov. 2, '92, Pby. of Springfield; P. Win- 
chester, 111., 4 yrs., 10 mos.; P. 11th Pbn. 
Ch., Chicago, 111., 1% yrs.; P. 1st Ch., Kan- 
kakee, 111., Oct. 31, '97— . 

AYERS, Thomas n.r^'^Cnester, S. C. 
—Born, Winnsboro, S. C; Bid. U., S. C, B. 
A., 1893; Prin. T. S., '96; Lie. April 21, Ord. 
April 29, '96, Pby. of New Brunswick; P. 
CarmelCh., and Prof. Brainerdlnst., Chester, 
S. C, '96—. 

AYRES, George Frederic, Independ- 
ence, 3Io.— Born, Hannibal, Mo.; Wm. C, 
Mo., B. A., 1887, M. A., '90; Ph.D., '97; McC. 
T. S., Chicago, '91; Lie. April, '90, Pby. of 



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Palmyra; Onl. Mav, '}«'2, Pby. of Brazos; Prof, 
of La'tin, Svul. C.'of Texas, '92-93; Prof, of 
Latin, Washington C, Tenn., '93-96; Pres. 
Kansas City Ladies C, Mo., '95 — . 

AYRES, James Barlow, Yamaf^uchi, 
/(j/)<v/. — Horn, Cannelton, W. Va., May 25, 
18n9; Knox C, 111., B. A., '85; McC. T. S., 
Chicago, •8><; Appointed My. to Japan by the 
I'hn. Board in 'K8. 



BAAY, Jacob, Smith Centre, Kan.— 
Horn, Hoorn, N. Holland, Europe; 
Belt. C, Wis., B. A., 1867, M. A., 'HO; 
Herzog Hall, N. J.; Lie. May, 'BO, Classes of 
New Brunswick, N. J.; P. Ref. Ch., Keokuk, 
la.; P. Pbn. Chs., Wapello and Limesprin^s, 
la.; S. S. Pleasanton, Kan.; S. S. Media, 
Kan.; S. S. Smith Centre, Kan., '86—. 

BABB, Clement Edwin, San Jose, Cat. 
—Born, Pittston, Pa., Aug. 19, 1821; Dick. 
C , Pa.. B. A., '40; Ma. C, O., D. D., 'fi8; 
Stud. Un. T. S., N. Y., '46-47; Stud. Lane 
T. S., O., '47-48; Lie. April, '48, Pby. of 
Dayton; Ord. Sept., '48, Pby. of Indianapo- 
lis; S. S. and P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Indianapolis, 
Ind., '48-83; Ed. Christian Herald, '53-72; 
Ed. Herald and Prcshvtcr, '72—; while Ed. 
S. S. College Hill, O., '59-58; S. S. San Jose, 
Cal., '81-82; Ed. The Occident, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., '76-80; Chapl. 22d Ohio Regt., 
'61-62; Lawyer 3 yrs.; Author, "C. E. B.," 
" Senex Smith," ( 12mo. vols.) 

BABBIT, Will A., Katonah, N. V.— 
Bom, Keeseville, N. Y.; U. of Vt., B. A., 
1892; Un. T. S., N. Y., '95; Ord. June 25, '95, 
Pby. of Winchester; P. Katonah, N. Y., June 
26,' '95-. 

BABBITT, Wm. Hampton, 77 Tilden 
Ave., Cleveland, O. — Born, Mendham, N. J.; 
Prin. v., B. A., 1846, M. A., '49; Prin. T. S., 
'53; Lie. '53, Ord. '66, Pby. of Rockaway; S. 
S. Deckertown, '54-56; S. S. 1 yr. then P. 
1st Pbn. Ch., Hoboken, N. J., '56-67; P. 
Glendale. O.. '67-81; S. S. Tecumseh 1 yr. 
and P. 10 yrs., '82-98; Ev. Cleveland Pby., 
'94—: S. S. Glenwood, Fla., winter of '93- 
94, '94-95. 

BABCOCK, Maltbie Davenport, /316 
Park Alt-., Baltitnore, Md. — Born, Syracuse, 
N. Y.; Syr. U., N. Y., B. A., 1879, D. D., '94; 
Aub. T. S., N. Y.; Ord. July 13, '82, Pby. of 
Niagara; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Rockport, N. Y., 
'82-87; P. Brown Mem. Ch., Baltimore, Md., 
'87—. 

BACHMAN, Nathan, Sivcctwater, Tenn. 
— Born, Sullivan Co., Tenn.; Emory and 
Henry C, Va., B. A., 1858; S. W. Pbn. U., 
Tenn., D. D.; Stud. Prin. T. S., Un. T. S., 
N. Y., and Un. T. S., Va.; Ord. April 14, '62, 
Pby. of Holston; P. Kingsport Ch., '58-66; 
P. 2d Ch.,Knoxville, Tenn., '66-76; Ev. work 
since '76; Memb. Pby. of Baltimore — . 

BACHMAN, Robert Lucky, Knoxville, 
Tenn. — Bom, Kingsport, Tenn.; Ham. C, N. 
Y., B. A., 1H71. D. D., 'H8; Aub. T. S., N. Y., 
'74; Lie. '73, Ord. '74, Pby. of Cavuga; P. 
Fayetteville, N. Y., '74-HO; P. Utica, N. Y., 



'80-96; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Knoxville, Tenn., 
Sept., '96—. 

BACKUS, Clarence Walworth, Aaw^oj 
Citv, Kan. — Born, Schenectadv, N. Y., April 
20,' 1846; Un. C, N. X., B. A., '70; U. of 
Omaha, D. D., '93; Prin. T. S., '73; Lie. '72, 
Ord. Ev. June 11, '73, Pby of Albany; S. S. 
Northampton and Northville, N. Y., '73, and 
P. '74-76; P. Charleston, '7(5-83; P. Prince- 
town, '83-84; P. Victor, N. Y., '84-89; P. 
Grand View Park Ch., Kansas City, Kan., 
•89, and P. 1st Ch., Argentine, Kan., '95—; 
Organized the last two Chs. and W' . High- 
land Pbn. Ch., Kansas City, and S. S. of 
same, '89-91; Author, "Church Histories," 
Princetown. N. Y., '84, and Victor, N. Y., 
'88; 1st Lieut. 97th N. Y. Vols., U. S. A., and 
Aid-de-camp wdth Gens. Hardin and ISIerritt. 

BACON, Albert S., Niagara Falls, N Y. 
—Lie. 1886, Pby. of Rochester; Ord. '87, 
Pby. of Utica; P. Mem. Ch., Cochran, N. Y., 
'87-90; S. S. 1st Ch., Niagara Falls, '91—. 

BACON, John %.,Pultene\\N. F.— Bom, 
Potter, N. Y.; Ham. C, N. Y.. M. A., 1875; 
Aub. T. S., N. Y., '62; Lie. April 10, '61, Ord. 
Sept. 19, '62, Pby. of Lyons; P. Amboy, N, 
Y., '62-70; P. 4th Pbn. Ch., Svracuse, N. Y., 
'70-76; P. IstCh., Niagara, N' Y., '76-83; P. 
1st Ch., Corning, N. X., '83-93; S. S. various 
Chs., '93—. 

BACON, Samuel Frederick, 2527 N. 
33d St., Philadelphia, Pa.— Born, S. Egre- 
mont, Mass., Mar. 27, 1824; Wins. C, Mass., 
B. A., '47; E. Windsor T. S., Ct., '50; Lie. 
'48, Hampshire Asso., '54, Pby. of Tioga; P. 
Un. Pbn. Ch., N. Y. Cy., 5 yrs.; N. Y. Val- 
ley Cong. Ch., N. Y. Cy., 8 yrs.; P. Pbn. Ch., 
Cortland, N. Y., 2 yrs.; P. Albion, N. Y., 1 
vr.; P. Carlton, N. Y., 3)4 yrs.; P. Holly, N. 
v., 6 yrs.; P. Oshkosh, W^is., 6 yrs.; P. Rich- 
land, Mich. , 7 yrs. ; P. Wantoga, N. J. , 3 yrs. ; 
Retired, '95; Memb. Pby. of Newark — . 

BADEAU, Richard Montgomery, /o.?<5 
Oakwood Ave., Toledo, O. — Born, North' 
Salem, N. Y.; Prin. U., 1839; Prin. T. S., 
'42; Lie. April 20, '42, Ord. June 21, '42; H. 
M., '43-85; P. Lima., O., 4 yrs.; traveled 
over 50,000 miles on horseback during 40 
yrs. of service, and missed but two Sabbaths 
on account of sickness; retired. 

BADGER, Alfred S., Stevens Point, Wis. 
—Lie. and Ord. about 1874, Pby. of Grand 
Rapids; P. E. Evart, Mich., '74; S. S. Au 
Sable, Mich., '75; P. Franklin St. Ch.. Lans- 
ing, Mich., '82-86; Ev., '94-96; S. S. Ste- 
vens Point, Wis., '96 — . 

BADGER, Lucius F., Tracy, Minn.— 
Born, Elmira, N. Y.; Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., 
1884, M. A.. '88; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '87; Lie. 
April, '86, Pbv. of Chemung; Ord. Sept. 4, 
'88, Pbv. of Rochester; P. Grovel, N. Y., '88- 
94; S. vS. Tracv, Minn., '94—. 

BADGLEY,' Jay Tryon, 15 West 4th St., 
Dunkirk. N. )'. — Born, Blenheim, N. Y.; 
Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., 1889; Aub. T. S., N. 
Y., '94; Lie. '93, Pby. of Cayuga; Ord. '94, 
Pbv. of Buffalo; P. 1st Cong. Ch., Hamilton, 
N.'Y., '90; P. Paris, N. Y., '91; P. 1st Ch., 



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Cayuga, N. Y., '92-94; P. 1st Ch., Dunkirk, 
N. Y., Oct. 23, '94—; Author, Ed. Pulpit Il- 
lustrator, and " People's Gospel and Praise 
Service." 

BAECH, Edward, 524 S. Meridian St., 
Indianapolis, Ind. — Born, Vincennes, Ind.; 
Han. C, Ind., B. A., 1890, M. A., '96; McC. 
T. S., Chicago, '93; Lie. '92, Ord. '93, Pby. 
of New Albany; S. S. Deer Creek, 111., 9 
mos. ; S. S. Joliet, 111., 1 yr.; P. Rensselaer, 
Ind., '93-94; A. P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Indianapolis, 
Ind., Jan. 1, '95—. 

BAER, Michael R., Alexis, III.— ^orn. 
Spring Run, Pa.; Westfield C, B. A. and M. 
A.; Un. Biblical T. S., Dayton, O.; Ord. by 
U. B. Ch.; S. S. Chs. in Ohio; P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Alexis, 111.; Teacher and engaged in 
editorial work before entering the Ministry. 

BAESLER, Wm. McDowell, Blue Lake, 
Cal. — Bom, Portsmouth, O.; Acd. Bloomfield, 
N. J., 1879; New. T. S., N. J., '82; Lie. April, 
'82, Pby. of Newark; Ord. Oct., '82, Pby. of 
Monmouth; Founder and P. 1st Ger. Pbn. 
Ch., Sayrex-ille, N. J., '82-85; P. 1st Ger. 
Ch., Paterson, N. J., '85-88; ill health, '88- 
90; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Inglewood, Cal., '90-91; 
P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Pleasanton, Cal., '91-93; Or- 
ganized Calvary Ch., Blue Lake, Cal., and P. 
of same, '95 — . 

BAGNALL, Powhattan, /// Pearl St., 
Paterson, N.J. — Born, Richmond, Va., Oct. 
19, 1862; Storer C; Lin. T. S., Pa., '94; Lie. 
and Ord. April 3, '94 (?), Pby. of Chester; 
P. St. Augustine Ch., Paterson, N. J., '84—; 
Sec. Pbl. Asso., Paterson, N. J., and Chm. 
Freedman Com. , Pby. of Jersey City — ; Supt. 
S. S. work, D. C, '93; Lecturer and Ev. 

BAGNALL, Robert, Amelia C. H., Va. 
—Bom, Norfolk, Va.; How. U., D. C, B. A., 
1876; How. T. S., D. C, '95; Lie. and Ord. 
June, '95, Pby. of Washington City; S. S. 
Russell Grove and Big Oak, Va. — ; Sec. C. 
Y. M. C. A., Norfolk, Va., '91; Prin. Public 
Sch., Norfolk, Va., 16 yrs.; In charge My. 
work City of Washington, 1 yr. 

BAGRANOFF, Tsvetko, Bulgaria.— Lie 
and Ord. Nov. 1, 1897, Pby. of Cayuga; Au- 
burn, N. Y., '96; Bulgaria, '97—. 

BAGSLEY, Jepemiah Joseph, Beaver, 
Okla. Ter. — Born, W. Hawksbury, Canada 
West; Grinnell C, la.; Lie. 1890, Ord. '92, 
Pby. of Emporia; S. S. Reece, Salem and 
Hamilton; S. S. Beaver, Okla. Ter., and four 
points adjoining — . 

BAILY, Edwin D., 611 N. Carolina Ave. 
S. E., Washitigton, D. C. — Born, Palatine, 
111.; Whea. C, 111., B. A. and M. A.; Ord. 
Aug. 26, '75, Elgin Asso. Cong. Ch.; En- 
gaged almost wholly as an evangelist; inter- 
denominational work Central Un. Mission, 
Washington, D. C. — ; Author, Ed. The 
American, Ed. Mission Bulletin. 

BAILEY, Franklin Copydon, Worth- 
ington, Miyin. — Bom, Otisco, N. Y.; Mich. 
U., B. L., 1882; Un. T. S., N. Y., '86; Lie. 
Oct. 13, Ord. Oct. 14, '86, Pby. of Mankota; 
P. Kesota, Minn., '86-89; P. Preston, Minn., 



'90-96; S. S. Worthington, Minn., July, '96—; 
S. C. Winona Pby., '93-95. 

BAILEY, George, Broken Bow, Neb. 
— Born, Willington, Eng.; Firth U., Eng.; 
Ranmoor T. S., Eng., 1889; Lie. July, '89, 
Ord. Sept. 28, '92, Pby. of Kearney; P. Wa- 
verly Park Ch., London, '91-92; P. 1st Ch., 
Broken Bow, Neb., Aug. 1, '92 — ; Memb. 
Custer Co. Bar, '95—. 

BAILEY, James Donald, Blujffton, Ind. 

—Lane, T. S., O., 1897; Lie. about '96, Pby. 
of Freeport; Ord., '97—. 

BAILEY, John Wm., Potevin Place, To- 
peka, Kan. — Born, Marlboro, N. Y.; Wms. 
C, Mass.. B. A., 1849, M. A., '52, D. D., '70; 
Un. T. S., N. Y., '52; Lie. '52, 3d Pby. of 
New York; Ord., '52, Pby. of Peoria and 
Knox; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Galesburg, 111., '52- 
57; Tea. and Prof. Knox. C, 111., '54-63; P. 
2d Pbn. Ch., Bloomington, 111., '64^66; Prof. 
Theol. and Pres. Blackburn U., 111., '67-76; 
Agt. Lake Forest U., 111., '77-78; P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Sparta, 111., '78-80; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Co- 
lumbus, O., '80-83; S. S. at dif. times. Meri- 
dian, Nortonville, Rossville and Pleasant 
Ridge, Wamego, North Topeka, Kan.; S. S. 
Wm. Ch., Topeka, Kan. — ; One son in the 
Ministry. 

BAILEY, Nathaniel Purdy, Sabina, O. 
—Bom, Marlboro, N.Y., 1817; Yale C, B. A., 
'46, M. A., '49; Blk. U., 111., D. D., '72; Yale 
T. S., '49; Lie, '48, New Haven Cong. Asso.; 
Ord., '49, Council at Akron; P. Cong. Ch., 
Akron, O., '49-66; P. Painesville, O., '56-64; 
P. Warren, O., '69-79; P. Massillon, O., '79- 
94; Honorably Retired; Author, Ed. and Pub. 
Painesville Telegraph, '69-70. 

BAILEY, Richard Cooper, Holden, Mo. 
—Born, Willington, Eng.; Firth C, Eng.; 
Stud. Theol. under Rev. W. W. Howard, 
Eng.; Lie. Oct. '93, Ord. May, '94, Pby. of 
Nebraska City; P. Humbolt, Neb., '93-95; P. 
Holden, Mo., Oct. 16, '95—. 

BAILEY, Turner-Smith, 209 ist Ave., 
West Cedar Rapids, la. — Born, Blooming- 
ville, O.; la. U., B. A., 1869, M. A., later; Coe 
C, la., D. D.,'90; Stud. McC. T. S., Chicago, 
'70-71; Un. T. S., N. Y., '72; Lie, '71, Pby. 
of Iowa City; Ord., '72, Pby. of Dubuque; P. 
Forby, Epworth and Peosta, '72-76; P. Patos- 
kola, O., '76-78; P. Carroll, la., '78-82; Synl. 
Supt. H. M. for Iowa, Jan. 1, '83—; Memb. 
Rd. of Directors "Pbn. T. S., Omaha," 
Neb.— 

BAILIE, Joseph, Soochow, Chitia. — Born, 
Randallstown, Ireland, July 11, 1860; Queens 
C, Belfast; Royal U., Ireland, 88; Stud. Ass. 
C, Belfast, 1 yr.; Un. T. S., N. Y., '90; 
Memb. Pby. of N. Y. when appointed My. to 
China, '91—. 

BAILLIE, John King, Philadelphia, Pa. 
— Born, Aylmer, Canada; Monti. C, Que., D. 
D.; Monti. T. S., 1880; Lie. and Ord., '80, 
Pby. of Barrie; P. St. Mathias, Woodlands, 
Massena, N. Y.; P. 1st Ch., Potsdam, N. Y.; 
P. 4th Ch., Philadelphia, Pa.— 

BAIN, Henry, Oakland Cross Roads, Pa. 
—Born, Belle Brooke, O.; W. and J. C, Pa., 



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B. A., 1865, D. D., "UT; Wii. T. S., Pa., '69; 
Lie, '(57, Phy.of Findlev; Ord. June 21, '(59, 
Pby.of Blairsville; P. Poke Run Ch., Blairs- 
ville Pbv., May 1, •()9— . 

BAIN, James McRenzie, Portafre, Wis. 
— Bi)rn. Koslin, ScDtland, Xw^. 7, lHi9; Enj^. 
Classical Course under Rev. H. Johnson, Ox- 
ford, Wis.; vStud. Theol. under private tutor; 
Lie. April 19, 'S7, Pbv. of Winnebago; Ord. 
April 1>2, '97. Pbv. of Madison; Colp. Am. T. 
See. of N. v., 22 yrs., '71-9^; Sab. Sch. My. 
Pby. of Madison, Sept. 17, '93 — . 

BAIN, John Wallace, Altoona, Pa.— 
Born, Hanover. Ind.; Stud. Han. C, Ind., 
Dav. C, N. C, and Wni. C, Pa., 1858; Xenia 
U. P. T. S., C, '«9; Lie, '59. U. P. Pby. of 
So. Indiana; Ord., '62, U. P. Pby. of Chartiers; 
P. U. P. Ch., Canon.sburg, Pa., 6 yrs.; P. Sid- 
ney, O., 1 yr.; P. New Castle, Pa.. 5 yrs.; P. 
3d'U. P. Ch.. Allegheny, Pa., 1 yr.; P. 1st U. 
P. Ch., Chicago, 111.. 4 vrs.; P. Hamilton, O., 
4 yrs., P. Alexander Pbn. Ch., Philadelphia, 
Pa., 4 yrs.; P. Altoona, Pa., 12 yrs. — ; Author, 
' ' Psalmody, " ' 'Secret Societies, " ' 'The Bible 
in Schools," " The Theatre. " 

BAINTON, Henry Watterson, Kings- 
land. X. J. — Born, New York City; Stud. 
Denver U., Colo.; Col. U., N. Y. Cy., B. A., 
18«;i; Un. T. S., N. Y., '96; Lie. .May, '96, 
Pby. of New York; Ord. Oct.. '96, Pby. of 
Jersey City; A. P. Rutherford, N. J.,'9(i— ; 
]My. work under Bd. of H. M., State of Colo., 
7 sununers. 

BAINUM, Geo. W., Ohiey, III. -Born, 
Summerfield, O. ; Munroe Acd., O.; De Pauw 
U.. Ind., D. D., 1887; Ord. Sept. 4, '53; Re- 
ceived into the Pbn. Ch.,'Hl, from Fox River 
As.so. Congl. Ch.; P. Bennington and Cleve- 
land. O.; P. Indianapolis, Ind.; P. Bunker 
Hill and Streator, 111.; Author, "Creation — A 
Song of the Ages," (in preparation,); Re- 
tired; Menib. Pby. of Bloomington — . 

BAIRD, Alexander K., lVvoining,Iowa. 
—Born, Scotland; Stud. U. of Glasgow, 1856- 
57, and Provl. U., Toronto; Coe C, la., D. D., 
'86; Stud. Theol. U. P. Pbn. Hall, Toronto, 
Can., '59-()l; Lie, '66, Ord., '72, Pby. of 
Cedar Rapids; S. S. Wyoming, la., 5 yrs.; 
Synl. Mv. of Iowa, S. Dak., Minn., New Eng- 
land and Mont., 18 yrs.; S. S. and P. Mt. 
Vernon Ch., Cedar Rapids, la., 7 yrs.; Synl. 
My. of Montana — . 

BAIRD, Edward J., Glenville, Md.— 
Born, Londenl)errv, Ireland; Central L^, Ky., 
B. A., 1894; Stud.Lv. Pbn. T. S., Ky., 1 yr.\ 
Prin. T. S., '97; Lie. June 14, '97.' Pby. of 
New York; Ord. Oct., '97, Pby. of Baltimore; 
S. S. Deer Creek, Harmony, Md., '97 — . 

BAIRD, Henry Martin, 2og Palisade 
Ave, Youkcrs. A'. )'. — Born, Philadelphia, 
Pa., Jan. 17, 1832; U. of N. Y.. B. A., '50, M. 
A., '54; Prin. U., Ph. D., '67, LL. D., '82, L. 
H. D., '96; Prin. T. S., '56; Lie '56, Ord., 
'66, Pby. of New Brunswick; Tutor in Prince- 
ton IT., '55-59; Prof, of the Greek Language 
and Literature, New York University, '59 — ; 
Author, " Modern Greece," (Harper & Bros., 
N. Y., 12mo., $1.50,) '56; "Life of Rev. 



Robert Baird, D. D., (A. D. F. Randolph & 
Co., N. Y.,$2.25,) '66; " History of the Rise 
of the Huguenots of France," '79-80; " The 
Huguenots and Henry of Navarre, " '86; ' 'The 
Huguenots and the Revocation of the Edict 
of Nantes," (Scribner'sSons, N. Y. and Lon- 
don. ) 

BAIRD, Isaac, Templeton, Cal. — Born, 
Onslow, N. S.; Stud. Truro Sem., N. S., 3 
vrs.; Dal. C, N. S., 1 yr.; Un. T. S., N. Y., 
1873; Lie April, '72, Ord. an Ev.. March 3, 
'73. Pby. of W'estchester; My. to Chippewa 
Indians of Lake Superior. W%., '73-84; H. 
M. Crystal Falls, Mich., '84-85; S. S. and P. 
Ripon, Wis., '86-86; P. New Mills, N. B., 
Can., '87-91; S. S. Templeton, Cal., Dec. 1, 
'91—. 

BAIRD, James H., 1224 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. — Born, Lebanon Tp., Pa.; 
Jeff. C, Pa., B. A., 1843; Del. C, M. A., '47; 
F. and M. C, Pa., D. D., '87; Stud. Theol. 
privately; Lie Oct. 6. '47. Pby. of New 
Castle; Ord. March 4, '52, Pby. of Wooster; 
S. S. Vicksburg, Miss., '51; S. S. Wooster, 
O., '52-54; S. S. Toledo, O., '54-57; S. S. 
Lock Haven, Pa., '57-60; S. S. W'estport, Mo. 
and Wyandotte, Kan., '60; P. 15th Pbn. Ch., 
Philadelphia, Pa., '60-84; P. Clarksburg, W. 
Va., '84-87; Co- Prin. Montgomery Female 
College, Christiansburg. Va., '87-93; Field 
Sec. Philadelphia Sab. Sch. Asso., '93 — ; My. 
to a number of Chs. 

BAIRD, John Paris, Charleston, Ind. 
— Born, Charleston, Ind.; Han. C, Ind., B. 
A., 1880, M. A.. '81, Ph. D., '89; Lane T. S., 
O.,'80; Ord. July 2,'83, Pby. of New Albany; 
Prof, of Latin, '80-85; Prof. Physics and As- 
tronomy, '85-87, and Prof. Ethics and Chris- 
tian Evidences, Hanover College, Ind., '87- 
90; S. S. Seymour, Ind., '90-95; S. S. Vernon 
and North Vernon, Ind., '95 — . 

BAIRD, John Taylor, Plattsmouth,Neb. 
—Born, Cincinnati, O.; Yale C, B. A., 1858, 
M. A., '66; D. D., Omaha U., Neb., "91; Prin. 
T. S., '61; Lie Sept., '61, O. Sch. Pby. of 
Cincinnati; Ord. April, '65, Pby. of Missouri 
River; S. S. Washington, O., '62; S. S. Pleas- 
ant Run, O., '63; On Christian Comn., '64; 
S. S. and then P. Brownsville, Neb., '64-75; 
P. Platt.sniouth, Neb., '75 — . 

BAIRD, Wm. Martyn, Fusan, Korea. 
—Born, Charleston, Ind., June 16, 1862; Han. 
C, Ind.. B. A., '85; McC. T. S. Chicago, '88; 
Lie'^and Ord. — ; S. S. Kansas City, Mo., Os- 
ceolo. Mo. and Del Norte, Cal., '88-90; My. 
to Korea, '90 — . 

BAIRD, Wm. Rigby Murray, Tona- 
Tcanda. A\ }'.^Born, Ardrossan, Ayrshire, 
Scotland; Glasgow U., Scotland, 1884; U. 
Pbn. T. S., Syn. Hall, Edinburg, Scotland, 
'88; Lie July', '88, Pby. of Glasgow; Ord. 
Feb., '89, N. 'B. Canad'a; P. Shediae N. B., 
Can., '89-92; S. S. Dunnville, Ont., Can. ,'93- 
94; S. S. Tonawanda, N. Y., Oct., '95—. 

BAKE, Henry P., Spencertozcn, N. Y. 
— Received honorary degree of D. D.; Memb. 
Pby. of Columbia; S. S. Spenceitown and 
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BAKER, Daniel Sumner, Maryville, 
Term. — Born, Washington City, D. C, Jan. 
7, 1823; Prin. U., B..A., '46; Prin. T. S., '50; 
Lie. Pby. of New Brunswick; Ord. '62 (?), 
Pby. of New Orleans; S. S. 3d Ch., New Or- 
leans, Iva., 1 yr.; Tea. Classical Sch., Pry- 
tania St. Ch., New Orleans, La., 1 yr.; S. S. 
Carrollton Ch., Upper New Orleans, La., 3 
yrs.; S. S. Providence Ch., La., 2 yrs. and 
S. S. Red Lick, La., 5 yrs.; Memb. Pby. of 
Union — ; author, pamplet, " Points About 
Sunday Schools, Romanism and the Colum- 
bian Exhibition at Chicago in 1893," '91. 

BAKER, David S., Lincobiton, N. C. 
— Born, Shippensburg, Pa.; Lin. U., Pa., B. 
A.; Lie. April, 1873, Pby. of New Castle; 
Ord. July, '75, Pby. of Baltimore; S. S. Da- 
vidson College, Huntersville and Bethpage, 
N. C, 14 yrs.; S. S. Lincolnton, N. C— . 

BAKER, Enos Pomeroy, Del Norte, 
Cb/.— Born, West Bloomfield, N. Y.; Lake F. 
U., 111., B. A., 1882, M. A., '86; McC. T. S., 
Chicago, '86; Lie '85, Pby. of Chicago; Ord. 
'86, Pby. of Saginaw; P. Midland, Mich., '86- 
87; H. M. Berryvale, Cal., '88; H. M. Heb- 
ron and other points. North Park, Col., '88- 
89; S. S. Oregon, 111., '89-91; S. S. Santa 
Monica, Cal., '91-92; S. S. Del Norte, Col., 
'94-95; Pres. Pbn. C. of the South-west, Del 
Norte, Col., '96—. 

BAKER, Francis M., Datiphin, Pa. 
— Born, Oak Hill Station, Pa.; Lewisburg U. 
(Bucknell), Pa., B. A., 1869, M. A., '74; Un. 
T. S., N. Xm, '72; Lie. March 8, '72, Ord. 
March 5, '76, Central Pa. Conference Evl. 
Ch.; received by Philadelphia Central Pby., 
May, '82; S. S. Hicksville, O., '82-84; P. 
Dauphin, Pa., Nov. 10, '84—. 

BAKER, Fpederiek P., Sheldon, III. 
— Born, Tvaneker, Netherlands; Hope C. 
(Ref. Dutch Ch.), B. A., 1873, M. A., '76; 
HopeT. S., '76; Lie. April, '76, Ref. Dutch 
Ch.; Ord. April 26, '77, Pby. of Winnebago; 
S. S. Rural, Wis., '76-83; P. Marshfield,Wis., 
'83-87; P. Wayne, Neb., '87-91; P. Constan- 
tine(Ref. Ch. ), Mich., '91-93; S. S. Rush- 
ville, Neb., '93-94; P. Hot Springs, S. Dak., 
'94-97; P. Sheldon, 111., March 1, '97—; S. 
C. Pby. of Box Butte; S. C. Pby. of Black 
Hills, 1 yr. ; Chm. H. M. Com. Pby. of Neo- 
brara, '87-91. 

BAKER, GeOPg-e D., 906 Pine SI., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. — Born, Watertown, N. Y.; U. 
of N. Y.; Olivet C, Mich., D. D., 1875; Prin. 
T. S., '63; Lie. April, '63, Pby. of New York; 
Ord. June, '64, Pby. of Watertown; P. 2d 
Ch., Watertown, N. Y.; P. 1st Ch., Oneida, 
N. Y.; P. 1st Ch., Detroit, Mich.; P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Philadelphia, Pa.—. 

BAKER, Hiram, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
—P. 2d Ch., Harrisburg, Pa., 1874-75; S. S. 
Antioch, Ga., '82-88; S. S. Pleasant Unity, 
Tenn., '89-95; H. R. '96—. 

BAKER, James Robinson, Newberry, 

Pa.—^om, Beallsville, Pa.; W. and J. C, 
Pa., B. A., 1886; Wn. T. S., Pa., '91; Lie. and 
Ord. Oct. 27, '91, Pby. of Clarion; S. S. 



Broekwayville, Pa., '91-96; P. Lycoming, 
Pa., Dee. 3, '96—. 

BAKER, John P., Newton, Iowa.— Bom 
near Zanesville, O.; Grandview Acd., la., 
1873; McC. T. S., Chicago, '76; Lie. '76, Pby. 
of Chicago; Ord. '77, Pby. of Nebraska City; 
engaged in Evl. work in a number of Chs.; 
Memb. Pby. of Des Moines — . 

BAKER, Perrin, Belle Vernon, Pa. 
Born, Independence, Pa., Oct. 13, 1847; 
Prin. U., B. A., '72; Lane T. S., '75; Lie. 
April 29, '74, Pby. of Washington; Ord. May 
11, '75, Pby. of Kittanning; P. Boiling 
Spring, Pa., '75-78; P. Appleby Manor and 
Crooked Creek, '75-84; P. Belle Vernon, Pa., 
'84—. 

BAKER, Wm. Lindol, 541 Park St., 
Columbus, O. — Born, Wooster, O.; Stud. 
Emp. C. and Washburne C, Kan.; Pacific 
T. S., Cal., 1888; Stud. Lane T. S., O., '89; 
Lie. Nov. '88, Pby. of Cincinnati; Ord. May 
31, '89, Pby. of Bellefontaine; P. Marseilles, 
O., '89-90; P. Bellville, O., '90-91; P. Cass 
£ity, Mich., '91-92; P. Pomeroy, la., 6 mos.; 
P. Gahanna, Black Lick and Reynoldsburg, 
O., '95-98; P. Reynoldsburg, O., '98—. 

BALCAR, Benjamin T., Monticello, la. 
— Born, Upper Radechon, Bohemia; Blk. U., 
111., B. A., 1885, Blk. T. S., 111.; Lie. '84, 
Ord. '85, Pby. of Alton; P. Bohemian Pbn, 
Ch., Tyndall, S. Dak., '86-89; P. German 
Pbn. Ch , Richland Centre, la., '89—; author, 
Ed. Der Wachter, '96-96. 

BALCAR, Joseph, Ely, /a.— Ord. about 
1891, Pby. of La Crosse; S. S. and Ev. Kell- 
nersville and Melnick, Wis., '91-95; S. S. 
Ely Grove, la., '96—. 

BALDRIDGE, Samuel Coulter, Han- 
over, hid. — Born, Eugene, Ind., Aug. 6, 
1829; Han. C, Ind., B. A., '49, M. A., '52, 
D. D., '92; McC. T. S., Chicago, '64; Lie 
April 8, 54, Pby. of Madison; Ord. Oct. 14, 
'55, Pby. of Palestine; S. S. and then P. Wa- 
bash, Palestine Pbv., '54-56; P. Friendsville, 
111., '57-82; Prin. Friendsville Seminarv,'60- 
82; P. Cobden, 111., '82-87; Memb. Pbv. of 
Cairo—; Chapl. 11th Reg't Mo. Vol., '61-62; 
author, " Sketches of the Life and Times of 
the Rev. Stephen Bliss and Cotemporaries, " 
'70; on the Ed. corps of The Journal of 
Hanover College, '93. 

BALDWIN, Charles Hume, Amster- 
dam, N. Y. — Born, Windsor, Mass.; Wms, 
C, Mass., B. A., 1863, M. A., '66; Un. C, D, 
D., '90; Un. T. S., N. Y., '66; Lie. April, '66, 
Pby. of New Third; Ord. April 30, '67, Pby. 
of North River; P. 2d Ch., Peekskill, N. Y., 
'67-69; P. Johnstown, N. Y., '69-73; P, 
Euclid Ave. Pbn. Ch., Cleveland, O., '73-74; 
Traveled in Europe, '74-75; P. Mystic (Cong, 
Ch.), Mass., '76-81; P. 2d Ch., Amsterdam, 
N. Y., Feb., '81—. 

BALDWIN, Frank M., Marion, Ind. 
—Born, St. Louis, Mo.; Wm. C, Mo., B. A., 
1874; Dan. T. S., Ky., '77; Lie. '76, Ord. '77, 
Pby. of Transylvania; H. M. Pbys. of Tran- 
sylvania, Ebenezer, Springfield, Schuyler, 
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BALDWIN, James Harry, Tower City, 
N. Dak— Worn, Spencertown, N. Y.;Stud. 
Marion C, Mo., and Oberlin, O.; Stud.Theol. 
under Franklin Pby.; Lie. and Ord. May, 
1843, Pby. of Franklin; P. Ridgefield, 111., 
'44-50; organized and ser\-ed Waltham, 111., 
'51-67; organized and served Baldwin Ch., 
Wis., 71-73 (and at the age of 83) P. Bald- 
win, N. Dak. — ; My. along the N. Pacific 
R. R. from Fargo to Jamestown, N. D. 

BALDWIN, Theodore Ailing, Broussa, 
Turktv. —liorn, Newark, N. J., Nov. 1, 1843; 
Prin. l'., B. A., "Ha, M. A., '72; Prin. T. S., 
•72; Ord. Ev. Pby., Newark, July 2, '67; 
appointed Miss, to Turkey, '67; Constanti- 
nople, '67-70; Magnesia and Sipylum,* 70-76; 
Constantinople, '76-80; Broussa, '80—; Pby. 
Newark . 

BALD WIN, William, 757 High St., New- 
ark, iV.y.— Born, Newark, N. J.; Prin. U. 
B. A., 1862, and M. A.; Prin. T. S., '87; Lie 
Feb. 6, '67, Pby. of New Brunswick; Ord 
Oct. 15, '67, Pby. of Peoria; P. Delavan, 111. 
'67-69; P. Cong'l Ch., Mt. Palatine, 111., '69- 
71; P. Cong'l Ch., Lodia, 111. ,'72-73; P. Pbn 
Ch., Hanmionton, N. J., '74-76; P. 2d. Ch. 
Newburvport, Mass., '76-77; P. Green Val- 
ley, 111.', '82-83; Memb. Pby. of Peoria— 
author, "The Revision of The Confession,' 
*'Re\-isions," "No Hope for the Non- 
Elect," "The Passive Verb in Theology,' 
"Meaning of 'Passive' in the Confession,' 
" Exclusion from Salvation in Preterition,' 
"Infinite Love," " Inability and Regenera- 
tion," " No Salvation in Common Grace," 
"Common Grace; Can It Save?" "That 
Something Else," "Dr. Brigg's Concept 
Theory- Illogical," "The Revised Confes- 
sion," "Infant Salvation," "The Great 
Question Now Before the Presbyteries," 
' ' Saving Faith, " " The New Amendment, ' ' 
"Assertmg or Deserting the Decree; Which? " 
* 'Questioning Its Soundness and Tenability, ' ' 
"Modifying the Deliverance," "True from 
the Beginning," "The Washington Deliver- 
ance, " " The Miracle of the Bible. ' ' 

BALDWIN, William C, Great Bend, Pa. 
— Born, Ellsworth, Conn.; Yale C, M. A., 
1841; Yale T. S. and Ad. T. S., O.; Lie and 
Ord. New Haven Asso. ; P. Cong. Ch., Me- 
dina, O.; P. Cong. Ch., Walton, N. Y.; P. 
Pbn. Ch., Oneonta, N. Y.; P. Pbn. Ch., Tio- 
ga, Pa.; Memb. Pby. of Wellsborough; H. 
R., '97. 

BALE, Albert Gallifopd, A sb my Park, 
N.J. — Burn, Barnstaple, Devonshire, Eng- 
land; Amh. C, Mass., M. A., 1865; And. T. 
S., Mass.; Lie. March, '68, N. Suffolk Asso.; 
Ord. Dec. 3, '68, Congl. Council; P. Congl. 
Ch., Melrose, Mass., '68-96; P. 1st Ch., As- 
bur}' Park, N. J., May, '97—. 

BALL, John Chester, 13 /yi Miller St., 
Utica, N. y. — Born, Vernon Center, N. Y.; 
Ob. C, O., B. A., 1889; Aub. T. S., N. Y., 
'92; Lie. Sept. 29, '91, Pby. of Utica; Ord. 
June 29, '92, Pby. of Syracuse; P. Pompey, 
N. Y., '92-96; P. Olivet Ch., Utica, N. Y., 
Jan. 12, '97—. 



BALLAGH, Robert, Piano, Ca/.— Bom, 
County Down, Ireland; Wooster U., B. A. 
and M. A.; San F. T. S., Cal., 1879; Lie '79, 
Pby. of Benicia; Ord. '79, Pby. of San Fran- 
cisco; P. Vacaville, Cal., '79-81; P. Red 
Bluff, Cal., '82; P. San Pablo, Cal., '83-86; 
P. Grayson, Cal., '87-89; P. Traver, Cal., '90- 
92; P. Piano, Cal., '93—; Author, "Ben He- 
li," or, "The Boyhood of Christ," (The Oc- 
cident), '88; Coms. to Gen. Ass., '88 and '96, 

BALLARD, Frank Otis, Indianapolis, 
Ind.— Bom, Athens, O.; O. U., B. A., 1873; 
Wooster U., O., '74; U. C, N. Y., D. D., '96; 
Un. T. S., N. Y., '77; Lie. and Ord. April, 
'78, Pby. of Council Bluffs; P. Corning, la., 
'77-83; P. Austin, 111., '83-93; P. Mem, Pbn, 
Ch., Indianapolis, Ind., '93 — . 

BALTZLY, John, Indianapolis, Ind. 
— Rec. by Pby. of Winnebago, 1891; P. Fon 
du Lac, Wis., '91-96; Prof. Indianapolis, 
Ind., '97—. 

BANCROFT, Frank E., North Sparta, 

N. y. Born, Bath, N. Y.; Aub. T. S., N. 

Y., 1891; Lie. and Ord. '91, Pby. of Roches- 
ter; P. 1st and 2d Chs., Sparta, N. Y., May, 
'91—. 

BANCROFT, Wm. Henpy, Thurlow, Pa. 
—Born, Philadelphia, Pa.; U. of Pa., M. D., 
1882; Stud. Prin. T. S., '86; Lie. Oct. 1, '84, 
Pby. of West Jersey; Ord. Oct. 11, '86, Pby. 
of Chester; P. Chichester Mem. Ch., Booth- 
wyn. Pa., '86-92; P. Bethany, Chester Pby,, 
Nov. 1, '92—. 

BANDY, Charles H., Fatemgarh, India. 
— Memb. Pby. of Council Bluffs; Appointed 
My. to India, 1894—. 

BANKER, Willis G., Lawrence, Kan. 
— Memb. Pby. of Topeka; P, Lawrence, 
Kan.—. 

BANKS, D. Stuart, San Francisco, Cal. 
—Bom, Juanita Co., Pa., June 10, 1834; Prin. 
T. S., '69; Ord. Ev. Nov. 17, '63, Pby. of 
Huntingdon; S. S. Altoona, Pa., '61-62; My. 
'62-66; P. BrainardCh., Easton, Pa., '66-73; 
P. 1st Ch., Marquette, Mich., '73-82; P. Ap- 
pleton, Wis., '83-86; My. So. Shore, Lake 
Superior, '86-88; S. S. — Cal., '88-92; S. S. 
1st Ch., Santa Cruz, Cal., '92—. 

BANNARD, William, 119 S. Fourth St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.— Bom, England; Un. C, 
N. Y., B. A.; U. of N. Y. and Un. C, N. Y., 
D. D., 1863; Prin. T. S., '47; Lie. '47, Ord. 
'48, Pby. of New York; P. Madison Ave., 
N. Y., '47-63; P. Kingsboro, N. Y., '63-69; 
P.Salem, N. J., '69-83; Memb. Pby. of New 
Jersey — ; Mod. Syns. of New York, Albany 
and New Jersey. 

BANNERMAN, Wm. Sullivan, Cli/ton 
Springs, N. }'.— Bom, Sullivan, Ont., Can- 
ada, 1867; Prin. T. S., '90; Ord. April 23, '90, 
Pby. of New Bmnswick; My. Gaboon, Africa, 
'90-91; Ogowe River, '92—. 

BANTA, Daniel Brewer, Spencer, Ind. 
— Bom, PYanklin, Ind.; Han. C, Ind., B. A., 
1874, M. A., about '81; Prin. T. S. '77; Lie. 
'79, Ord. '81, Pby. of — ; S. S. Garrison, la., 3 
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Ind., 1 yr.; S. S. Lebanon and Hopewell, 
Ind., '80-87; S. S. Hopewell and Elizaville, 
Ind., 4 yrs; S. S. Hopewell and Sugar Creek, 
Ind., 2 yrs.; S. S. Spencer, Ind., Feb. 1, 
'86—. 

BANTLY, John, Blue Hill, A^<?6.— Born, 
Arezen, Switzerland; Kantons Schs. Chur., 
Grenbunden, Switzerland, 1847; Lie. and 
Ord. by Congl. Asso.; P. German Pbn. Ch., 
Plattsville, Wis.; P. Galena, 111.; P. Mil- 
waukee, Wis.; P. Forreston Grove, III.; Prof. 
Theology German T. Pbn. T. S., Dubuque, 
la., '84-90; S. S. St. Paul, Minn.; S. S. Blue 
Hill, Neb. — ; Memb. Pby. of Freeport — ; 
Chapl. U. S. A., '62-t65; Author, "Daniel's 
Prophecy." 

BANTLY, John C, Iowa City, /a.— Born, 
Milwaukee; Dub. la, B. A., 1886; German 
T. S., Dubuque, la., '89; Lie. '89 (?), Pby. of 
Freeport; Ord. '89, Pby. of Dubuque; P. 
Walker and Rowley, la., '89-94; P. Unitv 
Ch., Iowa City, la., '94—. 

BARACKMAN, Franklin J., Sandstone, 
Minn — Born, Crawford Co., Pa.; Grove Cy. 
C, Pa., B. A., 1890; Edinboro State Normal, 
Pa., '88; Prin. T. S., '95; Lie. April 23, '95, 
Pby. of New Brunswick; Ord. Oct. 22, '96, 
Pby. of Duluth; S. S. Sedan, Kan., '93; S. S. 
Crawfordsville, la., '94; P. Sandstone, Minn., 
Sept. 15, '95—; Supt. Public Schs., Halstead, 
Kan , '91-92. 

BARACKMAN, Rufus Luther, 217 E. 

Congress St., St. Paul, Minn. — Born, North 
Shenango, Pa.; Edinboro State Normal, Pa., 
B. E. D., 1886; Grove Cy. C, Pa., B. A., '92; 
Prin. T. S., '95; Lie. May, '94, Pby. of New 
Brunswick; Ord. Sept. 24, '96, Pby. of Wi- 
nona; S. S. Claremont, Minn., '95, and P. 
same Sept. 24, '95-97; S. S. Ripley, Minn., 
'95-96; P. Wm. Pbn. Ch., St. Paul Pby., 
Minn., Nov. 15, '96—. 

BARBER, Alanson Darien, Williston, 
FA— Born, Plattsburg, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1818; 
U. of Vt., B. A., '45, M. A., '48; And. T. S., 
Mass., '48; Lie. April 11, '48, Asso. of An- 
dover; Ord. Jan. 17, '49, Pby. of Champlain; 
H. M. Peru, N. Y., 2 yrs.; P. Congl. Ch., 
Williston, Vt., '52-60; 111 health 3 yrs.; S. S, 
Congl. Ch., Willsboro, 4 yrs.; S. S. Pbn. 
Chs. New Milford and Wysox, Pa., 3 yrs.; 
P. Pbn. Ch., Buckmantown, and Congl. Ch., 
Willsboro, 2 yrs.; Memb. Pby. of Cham- 
plain — ; Author, " Religious Life and Opin- 
ions of John Milton." '59-60; "Beneficiary 
Education," "Alleged Persecution of Massa- 
chusetts, " " The Lead of Vermont in the 
Educational Progress of this Age," "Bio- 
graphical Sketch of the Pastors of the Pbn. 
Ch. of Plattsburg for a Hundred Years;" 
Ed. Vermont Chronicle, Montpelier, Vt., 7 
yrs., and Nezv York Observer, 1 yr. 

BARBER, Samuel, Ellwood City, Pa. 
—Born, Mifflenburg, Pa.; Laf. C.,Pa.,B. A., 
1886, M. A., '89; Prin. U., M. A., '88; Prin, 
T. S., '89; Lie. Oct. 14, '89, Ord. Oct. 21, '89, 
Pby. of Pueblo; P. Rocky Ford, Col., '89-91; 
P. Delta, Col., '91-93; P. Slippery Rock, Pa., 
'93 — ; Chm. Com. on Freedmen, Pueblo 



Pby., '89-91; Chm. Com. on F. M., Gunni- 
son Pby., '91-93; Corns, to Syn. of Pa., '96; 
Mod. Shenango Pby., '96-97. 

BARBOR, John Park, Emporia, Kan. 
— Born, Indiana Co., Pa.; Prin. U., B. A 
1871, and M. A.; Wn. T. S., Pa., '74; Lie 
April 9, '73, Pby. of Kittanning; Ord. Oct. 
13, '74, Pby. of Butler; P. Clintonville, But- 
ler Pby., '74-79; P. Monaghan, Dillsburg, 
Pby. of Carlisle, '79-86; P. Lyndon, Em- 
poria Pby., '86-93; P. Burlington, Emporia 
Pby., '96-96; Cors. Pbn. Messenger, '97—. 
Private, Co. D., 135th Regt. Pa. Vols.; Bat- 
tery F., 1st Pa. Artv.; Signal Corps, U. S. A., 
'61-66. 

BARBOUR, Robert, 240 Rich Ave., ML 
Vernon, N. F.— Born, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Col. 
C, N. Y., B. A., 1871, M. A., '74; Stud. Free 
Ch. C, Edinburg, '74-76; Prin. T. S., '74; 
Lie. April 7, '74, Pby. of New York; Ord. 
July 8, '79, Pby. of Troy; P. Caldwell, Lake 
George, N. Y., '79-86; A. P. Madison Ave. 
Ch., New York City, '94—. 

BARCLAY, Edward Ellsworth, Fair- 
view, Pa. — Born, Williamsport, Md.; Bait. 
Cy. C, B. A., 1876; Gettysburg, '81; U. of 
Ga., M. D., '87; Wit. T. S., O., '83; Lie. '83, 
Lutheran Syn. of Ohio; Ord. '86, Lutheran 
Syn. of So. Carolina; Ev. and My., Newark, 
O., '83-85; Ev. and My., Augusta, Ga., '86- 
87; P. Ashland, Md., '88-90; P. Weathered- 
ville, Md., '90-91; Ev. Columbia Pby., '91- 
92; Ev. Nashville Pby., '92-93; Ev. Win- 
chester Pby., '93-95; P. Fairview, Pa., '95—. 

BARDILL, John A., Lexington, Neb. 
— Born, Luzein, Prattigan Kt., Graubiinden, 
Switzerland; Dub. C, la., B. A., 1875; McC. 
T. S., Chicago, '78; Lie April 18, '77, Pby, 
of Dubuque; Ord. April 16, '79, Pby. of St. 
Louis; S. S. Mt. Zion and Nazareth, St. Louis 
Pby., '78-79, and P. of same, '79-89; Ev. and 
S. S. 1st German Ch., Kearney Pby., '89-90; 
P. Buffalo Grove and Salem Chs., Kearney 
Pby., May 1, '90—. 

BARDWELL, David MeGee, Perth Am- 
boy, N. J.— ^orn, Bolton, N. Y.; Wms. C, 
Pa., 1839, M. A., '42; Stud. And. T. S., 
Mass.; Lie. by Congl. Asso., and Ord. H. M., 
May 19, '45, by Congl. Council; P. Ontario 
and Greenfield, '45-48; P. Grass Lake, Mich., 
'48-50; P. Sharon, Mich., '50-51; P. Congl. 
Ch., Michigan City, Ind., '61-65; Agt. Am. 
Bible Soc; Supt. of their work in State of 

Wis., '69-65; P. Wis., '66-69; P. 

Whippeny, N. J., '70-86; Memb. Pby. of 
New Jersey — . 

BARKLEY, James Morrison, 179 Alex- 
andrine Ave., Detroit, JMich. — Born, States- 
ville, N. C; Prin. U., B. A., 1876, M. A., '79; 
Prin. T. S., '79; Lie. April 8, '79, Pby. of 
Monmouth; Ord. May 9, '79, Pby. of New- 
ark; P. Wickliffe Ch., Newark, N. J., '79-82; 
P. Hillsdale, Mich., '82-86; State Sec. Mich. 
Y. M. C. A., '86-87; P. Forest Ave. Ch. (3d 
Ch.), Detroit, Mich., Nov. 11, '86—; Mod. 
Syn. of Mich., '94; Trustee Mich. Female 
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BARKLEY, Wm. Craig, Otta-wa, Kan. 
— Hi)rii, Daiivilk, Kv., Julv 1, \^>^W1\ Center 
C, Ky., 1!. A., '7">; McC. T. S., Chicago. 

BARLOW, Edward C. L., Fosforia, O- 
—Born, Canlington, O.; Heid. U., O.; McC. 
T. S., Chicago; Lie. I89(i. Pbv. of Huron; 
Orel. '97, Pbv. of Mauniee; P. Ist Ch., Desh- 
ler, O.. '9(J-^. 

BARLOW, GeoPgre W., Caro, Mich. 
—Porn, Lagro, Jnd.; Wah. C, Ind., M. A. 
and D. D.; Uuie T. S., O., ISliS; Lie and 
Ord., 't)H, Pbv. of Muncie; P. Mason, Mich., 
«8-79; P. Calvary Ch., Detroit, Mich., 79-92; 
P. I.ajK-cr, Midi., '!»'J-95; P. Caro, Mich.—. 

BARNARD, Alonzo, Benzonia, Mich. 
—Born, Peru, Vt.; Ob. C, O., B. A., 1848; 
Lie. and Ord. June, '43, Cong. Asso. of 
Northern Ohio; Received by Grand Rapids 
Pbv. April, '77; S. S. Indian Chs. of Omena 
and Old Wing, Mich., 5 yrs. ; Memb. Pbj-. of 
Grand Rapids — ; H. R.; Author, Translation 
of " McGuffy's Second Reader" into Ojib- 
way Indian Lang., '49. 

BARNARD, Joseph Happison, Madison, 
/«</.— Born. Pleasant View, Pa., Feb. 9, 1888; 
Laf. C, Pa., B. A., '57; Han. C, Ind., D. D., 
'87; Prin. T. S., '60; Ord. June 12, 'OO, Pby. 
of Huntingdon; P. Birmingham, Tvrone and 
Logan's Vallev, Pa., '(50; P. Bellefoiite, '61-6(5; 
P. Waukesha, Wis., '66-70; P. Kankakee, 111., 
'70-77; P. Muscatine, la., '77-84; P. 2d. Ch., 
Madison, Ind., '84—. 

BARNARD, Lucius Epastus, Galesbiirg, 
///.—Born, Waitsfield, Vt.; I', of Vt., B. A.^ 
18o8, M. A., '56; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '58; Lie 
'57, Cong. Asso., Vt.; Ord. March, '59, Pby. 
of Onondaga (Syracuse); P. Hannibal, N. Y., 
'57-58; P. Amboy, N. ¥., '58-59; P. Gales- 
burg, 111., '(50—. 

BARNES, CliaPles E., 99 A^. Seventh St., 
Zancsvil/t\ O. — Born, Morgan Tp., O.; Wsl. 
v., B. A., 1870, M. A., '78; Lane T. S., O., 
'72; Lie. Sept., '71, Ord. June, '74, Pby. of 
Zanesville; P. 1st Ch., Akron, O., '74-77; P. 
Plymouth, O., '78-82; P. Fremont, O., '82- 
«3; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Zanesville, O., '93—; S. 
C. Huron Pby., '88-92. 

BARNES, George GilbePt, Hamburgh, 
N. J.— Worn, Churchville, Md., Oct. 6, 18.34; 
Prin. U., B. A., '77; Prin. T. S., '80; Ord. 
Dec. 15, '80, Pbv. of Wellsborough; P. Kane 
Pa., '80-82; P. E. Kane, '86-87; S. S. Hum- 
bolt, Neb., '88; P., '89-90; S. S. Hamburgh, 
N. J.. '91; S. S. N. Hardiston, Hamburgh, N. 
J., '92—. 

BARNES, Hiram Payson, Dresden, O. 
—Born, Martinsburg, O.; Ken. C, O., B. A. 
18(58, M. A., '71; Lane T. S., O.; Lie. '71, 
Pby. of Zancsvslle; Ord. Oct. 10, '72, Pby. of 
Cleveland; P. K. Cleveland, O., '72-77; P. 
Windham, O., '78-88; P. Clyde, O., '88-85; 
P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Alliance, O., ''85-90; P. Moor- 
head, INIinn., '00-92; P. Windham, Minn., 
'92-95; S. S. Dresden, ()., '95—. 

BARNES, James Allison, Amanda, O. 
— Born, Cambridge, O.; Otb. U., O., B. A., 
1894, M. A., '97; Prin. T. S., '97, Lie. April 



14, '9(), Ord. Sept. 22, '97, Pbv. of Columbus; 
S. S. Berlin, Marion Pby., '91-92; S. S. Cen- 
tral College Ch., Columbus Pby., '94; S. S. 
summers of '95, '96, '97, and P. Amanda, O., 
Sept., '97—. 

BARNES, Orlando C, Evans Mills, N. 
K— Rec. 1891, Pby. of St. Lav\Tence; S. S. 
Henvelton, N. Y., '91-94; S. S. Leray, N. Y. 
'95—. 

BARNES, Wm. Smith, Council Bluffs, 
/a.— Born, Mercer, Pa.; Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 
1881; Un. T. S., N. Y., '84; Ord. Oct. 23, '84, 
Pby. of Philadelphia North; P. Huntingdon 
Valley, Pa., '84-87; P. Corning, la., '87-89; 
P. Kearney, Neb., '89-94; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Madison, Ind., '94-96; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Coun- 
cil Bluffs, la., '96—. 

BARNETT, John M., Markleton, Pa. 
—Born, Derrv Tp., Pa.; Jeff. C, Pa.. B. A., 
1849, and M' A.; Wn. T. S., Pa., '55; Lie. 
April, '54, Ord. June, '55, Pby. of Blairs- 
ville; My. Superior, Wis., '55-61; P. Mt. 
Pleasant, Pby. of Redstone, '61-69; P. Con- 
nelLsville, Pa., '69-82; Fin. Agt. W. and J. 
C, Pa., '82-89; S. S. Bedford, '89-90, and 
'91-92; S. S. Markleton Sanatorium Ch., Pa., 
'92 — ; In Evirope and the Holy Land, '88 
and '91. 

BARNHISEL, Apthup Henpy, Los Ga- 

tos. Cat. — Born, San Jose, Cal.; Leland Stan- 
ford U., Cal.. B. A., 1893; P. G. Stud. Cor. 
U., N. Y., '94; San. F. T. S., Cal., '97; Lie. 
April 8, '96, Ord. June 25, '97. Pby. of San 
Jose; P. Los Gatos, June 25, '97 — . 

BARNUM, Henpy Samuel, Constanti- 
nople, Turkey; {Care of Rev. J. L. Barton, 
Cone;. House, Boston, Mass. ) — Born, Strat- 
ford, Conn., Aug. 13, 1887; Yale C, B. A., 
'62; Aub. T. S.. N. Y., '(57; Lie. April, '66, 
Ord. March 5, '67. Pby. of Cayuga; My. to 
Turkey, July 17, '67 — ; Home on furlough — . 

BARNUM, Hepman Nopton, Kharpoot, 
Turkey — Born. Auburn. N. Y., Dec. 5,"1826; 
Amh. C, Mass., B. A., '52, and T. S.,Mass., 
'55; Lie. '53, Andover Asso.; Ord. '55, Pby. 
of Ontario; My to Turkey, '59 — . 

BARNUM, Opien Shepman, Ukiah, Cal. 
—Born, Woodbridge, Cal., 18(56; I\It. Tamal- 
pais Acd.. Cal.; San. Fran. T. S.. Cal. "9(>; 
Lie. April. '96, Pby. of Stockton; Ord. Oct. 
16, '97. Pbv. of Benicia; S. S. Ukiah, Cal., 
May 15, '9(3—. 

BARR, Alfped Hamilton, Detroit, Mich. 
—Born, Geneseo, 111.; Prin. U., B. A., 1889, 
M. A., '92; Stud. Wn. T. S.. '93-94; Prin. T. 
S., '96; Lie. Sept., '98, Pby. of Cadisle; Ord. 
Oct., '91), Pby. of Detroit; S. S. Providence 
Ch., Allegheny. Pa.; S. S. Auburndale, P"la., 
'93; P. Jefferson Ave. Pbn. Ch., Detroit, 
Mich., Oct., '9(5—. 

BARR, EdwaPd, Frankfort, Ind.— Born, 
Wooster, O., Dec. 15, 1827; Stud. Han. C, 
Ind.; Stild. Theol. under Pbv. of Wooster 
and Rev. Thos. H. Barr; Lie. May, Ord. Nov., 
'57, Pby. of Wooster; S. S. Marshallville, 
Green and Waj-ne, '57; P. Wayne and Ches- 
ter, '58-59; S.-S. Bedford, Ind,, '59-60; P. 



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Frankfort, Ind., '61-66; P. Muncie, Ind., 
'66-67; P. Lafaj'ette, Ind., '67-72; P. E. 1st 
Ch., Madison, Ind., '72-73; P. E. Elkhart, 
Ind., '73; H. M. Bedford, Ind., '74; P. Frank- 
fort, Ind., '74-79; P. Elkhart, Ind., '79-84; 
P. Lafayette, Ind., '84-88; S. S. Broadhead. 
Wis., '88-89; P. E. Ligonia, Ind., '89-95; H. 
M. work since '96 — ; Memb. Pby. of Craw- 
fordsville — . 

BARR, George'.W., Victor, G?/.— Memb. 
Pby. of Pueblo — . 

BARR, Lewis W., Fairmont, IV. Va. 
—Born, West Liberty, W. Va., Jan. 15, 1857; 
Waynesburg C, Pa'.; Wn. T. S., Pa., '83; 
Lie. April 24, '83, Pby. of Washington; Ord. 
Pby. of Clarion; S. S. and P. New Bethlehem 
and Leatherwood, Pa., '82^; S. S. and P. 1st 
Ch., Fairmont, W. Va.— . 

BARR, Nopman B., 279 Clybourn Ave., 
Chicago, ///.—Born, Mt. Palatine, 111.; U. of 
Neb., B. A., 1893; McC. T. S., Chicago, '97; 
Lie. and Ord. Mav 20, '97, Pby. of Chicago; 
S. S. and P. Olivet Mem. Ch., Chicago, 111., 
March 15, '97—. 

BARR, Robert L., Riishville, Neb. 
—Lie. 1896, Pby. of Shenango; Ord. '97, Pby. 
of Box Butte; S. S. Rushville, Pine Ridge, 
Emmanuel, Neb., '97 — . 

BARR, Samuel Emmett, Hanover, Ind. 
—Born, Wooster, O., March 1, 1824; Han. 
C, Ind., B. A., '47, later M. A.; Stud. New 
Albany T. S., and Stud. Theol. privately; 
Lie. '51, Ord. '52, Pby. of Madison (New A'I- 
bany); P. Livonia, Ind., '52-64; P. Hopewell, 
'64-73; P. Elkhart, Ind., '73-75; P. Livonia, 
Ind., '75-77; P. Chariestown, Ind., '77-80; 

P. '80-83; P. Vernon, Ind., '83-91; P. 

Brownstown, Ind., 1 yr. ; Memb. Pby. of 
New Albany—; Mod. of Syn. and Pby.; 
Trustee of Hanover College. 

BARRETT, Albert Marcus, McPherson, 
Kan. — Born, Loop, Pa.; Wit. C, O., M. A., 
1878; Wit. T. S., O., '80; Lie '79, East Ohio 
Syn. Lutheran Ch.; Ord. '80, Miami Syn. 
Lutheran Ch., Eng. ; P. Vandalia, O., '80-83; 
P. Osborn, P. '83-86; P. Freeport, 111., '86- 
89; P. Pbn. Ch., Shenandoa, la., '89-94; P. 
Great Bend, Kan., '95; P. McPherson, Kan., 
Oct., '95—. 

BARRETT, Charles Seudder, Water- 
ville, N. r.— Born, Springfield, N. Y.; Prin. 
U., B. A., 1871, M. A., '74; Lie '78, Pby. of 
New Brunswick; Ord. Sept. 13, '82, Pby. of 
Otsego; S. S. Buel, Otsego Pby., '79-82; P. 
Hampden, Baltimore Pby., '83-91; A. P. 1st 
Ch., Colorado Springs, Col., '93; S. S. 2d 
Ch , Colorado Springs, Col., '93-97; P. 1st 
Ch., Waterville, N. Y., Oct. 27? '97—. 

BARRETT, Edward Newton, Iowa City, 
/a.— Bom, Brecksville, O.; Knox C, 111., B. 
A., 1866; Chicago T. S., '70; Lie. April 14, 
'69, Ord. Nov. 21, '71, Pby. of Chicago; P. 
Riverside, 111., '69-70; P. River Forest, '71; 
P. Austin, 111., '69-76 (organized Ch., '71); 
P. Wm. Ch., Chicago, 111., '76-80; P. Water- 
loo, la., '81-86; P. Independence, la., '86-88; 
P. Iowa City, la., '88— ; Mod. Syn. of la., 
'9»; Chapl. Regt. la. Nat. Guards, '89-93; 
11 



Chapl. Dept. la. G. A. R., '96-97; Asst. In- 
spector Gen. Dept. la. G. A. R., '95-96; Col. 
on Staff Dept. Commander for la., '94-95. 

BARRETT, Frank Frelinghuysen, 

Prairie d II Sac, Wis. — Born, Milan, O.; Be- 
loit C, Wis., B. A., 1871; Un. T. S., N. Y., 
'80; Lie. June 15, '81, Ord. Dec. 15, '81, Conv. 
of Beloit; P. Evansville, Wis., '81-83; P. 1st 
Pbn. Ch., Dubuque, la., '83-84; Marshall- 
town, '87-88; S. S. Pilgrim Ch., Milwaukee, 
Wis., '87-88; S. S. Madison Square Ch., San 
Antonio, Tex., '89-92; S. S. Prairie du Sac, 
Wis., '92—. 

BARRETT, James Richard, 615 Jackson 
St., Lynchburg, Va. — Born, Danville, Va.; 
Hampton Normal Sch., Va.; Lin. U., Pa., B. 
A., 1887, M. A., '90; Lin. T.S., Pa., '94; Lie. 
April, '94, Ord. Ev. '94, Pby. of Chester; S. 
S. Central Ch., Lynchburg,' Va., June, '94—. 

BARRETT, John, Thornton, a— Born, 
New Market, O.; Mi. U., O., B. A., 1860, M. 
A., '95; Stud. Wn. T. S., Pa., '62-63; Lie. 
June 4, '62, Ord. Sept. 17, '63, Pby. of Chilli- 
cothe; P. Pisgah Ch., Thornton, O., Sept., 
'63—. 

BARRETT, Newton, Prairie du Sac, Wis. 
—Born, Richland (Sandy Creek), N.Y., 1812; 
Yale C, B. A., '36, M. A., '44; Ad. T. S., O., 
"40; Lie. Sept. 8, '40, Pby. ot Portage; Ord. 
April 21, '41, Pby. of Cleveland; P. Breaks- 
ville, O., '40-48; P. Milan, O., '48-51; P. 
Hudson, O.. '51-56; P. Mendota, 111., '56-61; 
P. Ariinglon Heights, 111., '64-73; P. Elk- 
horn, Wis., '81-83; Ev. 111. and Wis.—; 
Memb. Pby. of Ottawa—. 

BARRIER, Thomas Franklin, Oberlin, 
Kan. — Bom, Lexington, N. C; Emp. C, 
Kan., B. A., 1893; Prin. U., M. A., '95; Prin. 
T. S., '96; Lie. Oct. 12, '95, Ord. Nov. 6, '96, 
Pby. of Emporia; S. S. Endeavor and Bethel, 
'96-97; S. S. Oberiin, Kan., Oct. 24, '97—. 

BARRON, Alexander Robertson, 

Highland Falls, N. Y. — Born, Mt. Pleasant, 
Ont., Can.; Tor. U., Can., B. A., 1885; Knox 
T. S., Can., '88; Lie. July, '88, Pby. of Bran- 
don (Manitoba); Ord. Aug. 11, *91, Pby. of 
North River; P. 1st Ch. , Highland Falls, N. 
Y., June, '91—. 

BARRON, David Henry, Hollidaysburg, 
/h.— Born, Pine Grove Mills, Pa.; Jeff. C, 
Pa., B. A., 1855; W. and J. C, Pa., D. D., 
'86; Wn. T. S., Pa., '58; Lie., '57, Pby. of 
Allegheny City; Ord., '58, Pby. of Redstone; 
P. Mt. Pleasant, '58-61; P. Holhdaysburg, 
Pa., Sept., '61—. 

BARROWS, Charles D., Clinton, N. Y. 
—Lie. about '82, Pby. of Utica; Ord., '84, Pby. 
of Buffalo; P.Jamestown, N. Y., '84^85; Ev, 
CUnton, N. Y., '86; P. 1st Ch., Oswego, 
N. Y., '87-96; Memb. Pby. of Syracuse—. 

BARROWS, John Henry, 4812 Wood- 
lawn Ave., Chicago, III. — Born, Medina, 
Mich.; Olivet C, Mich.; Lake F. U., 111., D. 
D., 1882; Stud. Yale T.S., '67-68; Un. T. S., 
N. Y., '68-69; and T. S., Mass., '74-75; Lie, 
'72, Cong. Asso. So. 111.; Ord., '75, Andover 
Cong. Asso.; P. 1st Cong. Ch., Springfield, 



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111., '72-7a; P. Eliot Cong. Ch., Lawrence. 

Miuss., '75-80; P. Ch., E. Boston, 

Mass.. 'SO-Hl; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Chicago, 111., 
'Sl-t)6; S. S. Kenwootl Phn. Ch., Chicago, '97; 
Lecturer and Menib. Phy. of Chicago — ; 
Author, " The Gospels are True Histories," 
(D. Lothrop Co., Ho.ston, 7r)C.,) '89; "I Be- 
lieve in God." (Fleming II. Revell. N. Y. and 
Chicago. Mc) '97; "Life of Henrv Ward 
Heecher," 1 Punk it Wagnalls, N. Y.,$1.50); 
•• History of the World's Parliament of Reli- 
gions," ($2.0t), ) (Hill it Sherman, Chicago, 
•2 vi>ls., $0.00,) '93; "Christianity The World 
Religion," lectures delivered in India and 
Japan, (A. C. IVIcClurg & Co., Chicago, $2.(K)); 
Organizer and Pres. World's Parliament of 
Religions, '93; Haskell Lecturer, U. of Chi- 
cago, '91; Barrows Lecturer, India and Japan, 
'9ti~97; Ely Lecturer, Un. T. S., N. Y., '98. 

BARTA, Alois, rniversity of Chicago, 
Chicago, IlL—V,ox\\, Caslav, Bohemia, Eu- 
rojie; Gvmna.sium of Kolin, Bohemia, 1892; 
U. of Chicago, M. A., '97; Un. T. S., N. Y., 
'95; Lie. April 29, '95; Ord. May 12, '95, Pby. 
of New York; S. S. Bohemian Pbn. Ch., 
Weston, Neb., '95-9(1; vStud. Div. Sch. U., of 
Chicago, Oct. 1, '9()^. 

BARTHOLOMEW, Amos, Santa Cruz, 
C<j/.— Born, Jcflferson Co., O., Oct. 12, 1808; 
Stud. T. of Columbus, O., (Lutheran at that 
time); P-v. Lutheran T. S., Columbus, O., 
(first class,) '31; Lie. June, '34, Lutheran 
Syn. of O.; Ord. Nov., '38, Syn. of the Eng. 
Lutheran Ch.; Served a number of Chs. 22 
vrs.; P. 1st St. John's Ev. Lutheran Ch., 
Zanesville, O., 7 yrs. ; Received by the Pby. 
of Miami, O., April, '67; S. S. several Chs. 
near Springfield, ().. '57-59; S. S. Huntsville 
and Bellville. '59; S. S. Cape Gerardo, Mo. 
and Supt. Washington Female Seminar)', '59- 
m; P. Huntsville and Bellville, O., 5 yrs.; S. 
S. Worthington, 1 yr.; M. work in Illinois, 1 
>T.; S. S. William.sville, 1 yr. ; P.Atlanta. — ; 
H. R. bv Pbv. of Bloomington; Memb. Gen. 
Ass., '('.5; Mod. Pby. of I5ellefontaine. 

BARTHOLOMEW, Wm. m., Valparaiso, 
Ind. — Born, Valparaiso, Ind.; Prin. U., B. A.; 
Un. T. S., N. Y., 1H73; Lie. June 4, '72, Pby. 
of Logansport; Ord. Mav,'78, Pbv. of Chi- 
cago; P. Arlington Heights, 111., '75-83; P. 
F'ast Des Moines, '83-94; S. S. Valparaiso, 
Ind., '94.—. 

BARTLE, Wm. 1., Cromwell, /a.— Born, 
Gloucester Co., N. J.; Knox C, 111., B. A., 
1S4',I; Lie. April, '«')2, Ord. Oct., '52, Pby. of 
Alton; P. Decatur, Mich., Lapeer, Mich, and 
Platt.smouth, Neb.; H. M. in Central lUinois 
and So. Western Iowa; Memb. Pby. of Corn- 
ing— H. R. 

BARTLETT, James A., Celina, 0.~ 

Born. Soniirsel Co., Me.; Colbv, U., 

1858; Lie. and Onl. vScpt. 5,'77, Pby.of Boston; 
P. Newburv])orl, Mass.; P. Righstown, Ind.; 
P. Centreville, la.; P. Robinson, 111.; P. Sul- 
livan, Ind.; P. Saline, Mich.; P. Pemberville, 
O. ; P. Celina,0.; Lecturer and K\. — ; Author, 
"Boy Jesus," (poem, Boston, Mas.s., ) '75; 
"Who is my Neighbor, " (Boston, Mass.,) '77; 



Private Sec. to Pres. Arthur, '61-62; Law 
partner of Judge Maynard, N. Y. City, '61-72. 
BARTLETT, Maitland Vance, 65 Coal 
Exch., Wilkes Ilarre, /{?.— Born, Milwaukee, 
Wis.; Prin. U., B. A., 1891, M. A., '92; Prin. 
T. S., '95; Lie. May, '95, Pby.of New Bruns- 
wick; Ord. Nov., '96, Pbv. of Lackawanna; 
P. Stella Ch., Forty F'ort,'Pa., Nov., '96—. 

BARTLETT, Peter Mason, MaryvHle, 
Tenn. — Born, Salisbury, Conn.; Wms. C, 
Mass., B. A., 1850, and' M. A., Dart. C, N. 
H.; D. D., Blk. U., 111., LL. D., Un. T. S., 
N. Y.,'53; Lie. April, Ord., Aug. ,'53, Council 
of Cong. Ch.; P. 1st Ch., Circleville, C; P. 
Olivet Pbn. Ch., Lansingburg, N. Y.; P. 
Cong. Ch., Windsor Locks, Conn.; Pres. 
Maryville College, Maryville, Tenn. — ; S. S. 
Chs. mostly at own expense; Chapl. 1st N.Y. 
Mounted Rifles, U. S. Army. 

BARTLETT, Robert Alexander, Kings- 
ton, Ind. — Born, Austinburg, O.; M. C, E. 
Tenn:, B. A., 1884; Lane T. S., O., '87; Lie 
and Ord. April, '87; Pby. of Union; P. Day- 
ton, Tenn., '87-92; P. Harrison, Tenn., '92-95; 
P. Kingston, Ind., '95— ; Built Chs. at Dayton 
and Harrison, Tenn. 

BARTLETT, Samuel, East Toledo, O. 
— Rec. by Pby. of Maumee, 1896; S. S. East 
Toledo, O., '96—. 

BARTLETT, Wm. Alvin, New York 
Mills, N. >".— Born, Binghamton, N. Y.; 
Stud. U. of Halle, Berlin and Heidelburg, 
Ger.; Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., 1853, M. A., '66, 
D. D., '57; Un. T. S., N. Y., '56; Lie. '56, 
Pby. of New York; Ord., '57, by Cong. Ch.; 
P. Elm Place Cong. Ch., Brooklyn, N.Y.,'58- 
68; P. Plymouth Cong. Ch., Chicago, 111., 
'68-76; P. '2d Pbn. Ch., Indianapolis, Ind., 
'76-82; P. New York Ave. Ch., Washington, 
D. C, '82-94; INIemb. Pbv. of Washington 
City, — ; H. R. 

BARTON, Charles B., Jacksonville, III. 
—Born, Fitchburg, I\Iass., Sept. 1, 1810; 111. 
C, B. A., '36; Stud, and Taught 4 yrs.; Lie, 
'40, Pby. of Illinois; Ord., '41, Pby. of Knox; 
Served the following Chs. : Cong. Ch., New- 
burg, '41-45; Bethel, '46-47; Farmington, 111., 
'47-51; Woodburn Cong. Ch., '53-(i5; Rich- 
view, 111., '67-72; Bethel, '72-75; 2d Portu- 
gese Ch.. Jacksonville, 111., '75-78; JI. R. 
Pbv. of Springfield — ; Author, Sermons: 
"The Fugitive Slave Law," "The Bright 
Side of Old Age, " '90; Genealogy of Parents. 

BARTON, Joseph Hug'hes, Boise, Idaho. 
— Born, Jefferson Co., Pa.; W. and J. C, Pa., 
B. A., 1881; Wn.T. S., Pa., '84; Lie. ,'83, Ord., 
'84; P. 1st Ch., Boise, Idaho, '85-93, P.Cald- 
well, Idaho, W3-97; S. S. INIv. Syn. of I'tah, 
Aug., '97—; S. C. Pby. of Wood River, '8()- 
93; S. C. Pbv. of Boise, '93-97; S. C. Syn. of 
Utah, '93— ; Pres. Idaho Y. P. S. C. E., 5 yrs.; 
Chapl. Lower House Idaho Legislature, 2 
terms. 

BARTS, Ulysses S., Crafton, v^z,- Born, 
Clark's Mills, Pa.; Grove C, Pa., B. A., 1893, 
M. A., '9(); Wn. T. S., Pa., '96; Lie April 17, 
'95, Pbv. of Butler; Ord. INIav 5, '96, Pby. of 
Pittsburg; S. S. Crafton, Pa., '94-96; S. S. 



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Hawthorne Ave. Pbn. Ch., Idlewood, Pa., 
'96, and P. Idlewood, Pa. , May 19, '96—. 
BASCOMB, Lawton Bvistow , New Mar- 

ket, Teiin. — Born, Robertville, S. C; Lin. U., 
Pa., B. A., 1892; Wn. T. S., Pa., '96; Lie. and 
Ord. May 5, '96, Pby. of Pittsburg; S. S. St. 
Luke's, Bethel, Calvary and Lawrence Chapel, 
Tenn., July 15, '96—. 

BASKERVILL, George Sumner, Good 

Will, S. Dak— Born, Mecklenburg Co., Va.; 
Stud. H.-S. C, Va., 4 yrs.; Stud. Yale T. S., 
2 yrs.; Hart T. S., 1882; Lie, '81, Pby. of 
Champlain; Ord. '82, Pby. of Red River; H. 
M. Buxton, Thompson, Reynolds and Hills- 
boro, N. Dak. ,'82-83; P. Tower Citv, N. Dak., 
'83-88; P. Casselton, N. Dak., '88-89; Pres. 
Jamestown College, N. Dak., '89-92; Supt. 
and P. The Good Will Industrial M. Sch., 
Sisseton Reservation, So. Dak., May 3, '92 — . 

BASKERVILL, Henry Coleman, /"//wrr- 

ton,N.J. — Born, Mecklenburg Co., Va.; U. 
of Ga., B. A.; Prin. U., M. A., 1896; Prin. T. 
S., '90; Ord., '73, Pby. of Chesapeake; S. S. 
North Platte, Neb., '85-90; S. S. Broken Bow, 
Neb., '90; S. S. Centre Hall, Pa., '91—; 
Teacher Princeton, N. J. — . 

BASS, William A., New Waterford, O- 
— Born, Out., Canada; Stud. Albert C. and 
Albert T. S., Ont., Can.; Lie and Ord. Mav; 
1880, M. E. Ch., Canada; Memb. Pby. of Ot- 
tawa — . 

BASSETT, James, Middle Island, L. /., 
N. K.— Born, Munns, Canada; Wab. C, Ind., 
B. A., 1866; LaneT. S., O., '59; Lie, '57, Pby. 
of Cincinnati; Ord. Dec. 12, '58, Pby. of Day- 
ton; P. Yellow Springs, O., '57-60; P. Knox- 
ville. 111., '60-61; U. S. Chapl.,'61; P. Neenah, 
Wis., '63-65; P. 1st Ch., Englewood, 111., '69- 
71; My. to Persia, '71-84; S. S. several Chs., 
'84-94; S. S. Middle Island, L. L, N. Y.,'94— ; 
Author, "Persia, Land of the Imams, " (Chas. 
Scribner's Sons, $1.00,) '86; " Persia, Eastern 
Mission," (Pbn. Bd. of Publication, $1.25,) 
'89. 

BASSETT, William E., Nordetz, Neb. 
—Born, Delaware Co., N. Y.; Lie. 1889, Ord. 
'91, Pby. of Niobraree; P. Norden, Neb., Nov. 
20, '91, and Valentine, Neb., Sept., '96—. 

BASTEL, Fpedepiek Theodope, Mel- 
nik, Wis. — Born, Moravia, Europe; Ad. C, 
O., B. A., 1886; Stud. Ob. T. S., O., '86-88; 
Stud. Theol. under Dr. A. W. Clark, in 
Prague, Austria, '88-89; Ord. May 1, '90, 
Cong. Council; P. Bethlehem (Bohemian 
Cong.), '90-91; P. Bethlehem Ch., Iowa City, 
la.; Luzerne, la., and Vining, la., '91-95; 
Gen. My. Bohemian Cong. Missions, Iowa, 
'93-95; Ev. Melnik, Wis., '95—; Author, a 
book of German poems, ' ' Youthful Chimes 
of Peace " (Author, 25c.); "Modern Saddu- 
cees " (Bohemian Lang.; in preparation). 

BATCHELDER, Joseph M., Osborne, 
Kan. — Born, Greenwood, N. Y.; Han. C, 
Ind., B. A., D. D., 1894; Prin. T. S., '55; Lie. 
April, '54, Pby. of Peoria; Ord. April, '56, 
Pby. of Des Moines; P. Albia, la., '56-78; My. 
and P. Osborne, Kan., Aug., '78 — ; Also My. 
to other parts of the country organizing 5 



Chs.; S. C. Des Moines Pby., 17 yrs.; Chm. 
Com. on H. M. Pby. of Osborne, '80—. 

BATES, AbPaham H., Selbina, Mo. 
— Memb. Pby. of Springfield; Ev. Maroa, 
111., 1882; Ev. Chicago, 111., '83; S. S. Chi- 
cago, 111., '85-86; Prof. Springfield, 111., '87- 
88; S. S. Bates, 111., '89-91; Ev. Springfield, 
111., '92—; S. S. Selbina, Mo., '96—. 

BATES, Alfped Kelley, Lima, N. Y. 
—Born, Columbus, O.; Prin. U., B. A., 1874; 
McC. T. S., Chicago, '77; Lie. Sept., '76, 
Ord. Nov., '77, Pby. of Springfield; P. 3d Ch., 
Springfield, 111.; P. Mt. Vernon, O.; P. Lima, 
N. Y.; P. Council Bluffs, la.; P. Cedar Rap- 
ids, la.; P. Cadiz, O.; P. Lima, N. Y.— . 

BATES, ChaPles P., Sault Ste. Marie, 
Mich. — Born, Constantine, Mich., April 5, 
1860; Wab. C, Ind., B. A., '81, M. A., '85; 
Prin. T. S., '84; Lie. May, Ord. Sept., '84, 
Pby. of Kalamazoo; S. vS. Plainwell, '84-87, 
and P., '87-90; S. S. Holly, '90-95; P. Sault 
Ste. Marie, Mich., '95—. 

BATES, Samuel Columbus, Reiley, O. 
—Born, Cloverport, Ky.; Stud. Park C, 111.; 
Wo. U., O., Ph.D., 1894; P. G. Stud. Prin. 
U.; Lane T. S., O.; Lie. April 14, '85, Pby. of- 
Cincinnati; Ord. Nov. 3, '87, Pby. of Kansas 
City; S. S. Washington, Mo., '86-87; S. S. 
Knob Noster, Mo., '87-88; P. CarUsle, Ind., 
•88-90; S. S. Kirkhn, Ind., '90-92; P. Mon- 
roe, O., '92-96; P. Reiley, O., Sept. 1, '96—; 
Author, "August Conite and Positivism; " A 
sermon, " The Church." 

BATES, Wm. Ezra, Win7iebago City, 
Mi?m.— Born, Ottawa, 111.; Lake F. U., 111., 
B. A., 1886, M. A., '91; Prin. T. S., '91; Lie. 
and Ord. Oct. 9, '89, Pby. of Mankato; P. 1st 
Ch., Delhi, '89-90; P. 1st Ch., Winnebago 
Citv, Minn., April, '91 — ; Trustee Albert Lea 
C'Minn., Oct. 16, '97—. 

BATES, Wm. Henpy, Webster Groves, 
Mo. — Born, Champion, N. Y.; Ham. C, N. 
Y., B. A., 1865, M. A. in course; My. C, 
Tenn., D. D., '96; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '68; Lie 
April 3, '67, Pby. of Cayuga; Ord. Jan. 20, 
'69, Pby. of Binghamton (Cortland); P. E. 
McGrawville, N. Y., '68-70; P. Waverly, N. 
Y., '71-79; P. E. Adams, N. Y., '79-8i; P. 
Clyde, N. Y., '81-92; P. Phelps, N. Y., '92- 
94; P. E. (2d Ref. ), Rochester, N. Y., '94- 
95; P. Webster Groves, Mo., May 1, '96—. 

BAUGH, John Monpoe, Oskaloosa, la. 
—Born, Highland Co., O.; Mon. C, 111., M. 
A.; U. P. Pbn. T. S., Mon., 111. (now Xenia 
T. S.); Lie and Ord. April, 1866, Pby. of 
Bloomington; P. 1st U. P. Ch., Bloomington, 
111., '66-68; P. Mem. U. P. Ch., Chicago, '69- 
75; P. N. Pbn. Ch., Bloomington, 111., '75- 
82; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Oskaloosa, la., '82—. 

BAUGH, Waltep Henpy, San Jose, Cal. 
—Born, Harrodsburg, Ind., Oct. 5, 1852; 
Wab. C, Ind., B. A.; Wn. T. S., Pa., '82; 
Lie. '76 (?), Cumb. Pbn. Ch., Ord. April, '82, 
Pby. of Pennsylvania Cumb. Ch.; S. S. 
Bethel, Van Buren, Pa.,'82— ; Memb. Pby. 
of San Jose — . 

BAUM, OliveP S., Monte Vista, Colo. 
—Born, Bloomfield, la.; Wayn. C, Pa., B. 



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A., 18K4; Un. T. S., N. Y., '87; Lie. by Coles- 
burj^ Vh\. of the Cumh. I'hn. Ch.; Onl. June 
1,'H7, rby. of Wabash. Cuiiih. Pbn. Ch.; P. 
Cumb. Pbn. Ch., Martinsville, Intl., '87-94; 
P. Cumb. Pbn. Ch., Canon City. Colo., April, 
'94-it6; P. Pbn. Ch., Monte' Vista, Colo., 
Auj,'., 'H5— . 

BAUMAN, Adolph Henry, Bethany, Ore. 
— Born. Johnsonville, Wis.; Mission House 
C, Wis., B. A., 1884; P. G. Pac. T. S., Oak- 
land Cal., '89-91; Mission House T. S., Wis., 
'86; Lie. '86, Sheboygan Classis of the Ref. 
Ch., '8«; Ord. March, '87, Portland Classis of 
the Ger. Ref. Ch., "87; S. S. Ger. Ref. Ch., 
Beayer Creek, Ore., '87-89; P. Eng. Cong. 
Ch., Ranier, Ore., '91-92; S. S. Ger. Cong. 
Ch., Ritzyille, Wash., '91-92; Ill-health. '92- 
93; S. S. Ger. Ref. Ch., Stafford, Ore., '98- 
96; Rec. bv the Pby. of Portland, July 21, 
'96; P. Ger. Pbn. Ch., Bethany, Ore., July 
21, '96—. 

BAXTER, Benjamin Jaques, Cass City, 
Mich. — liorn, lingland; Stud, under private 
direction 6 yrs.; Cong. T. S., Kng.; Ord. 1878, 
in England'; Rec. into the Pbn. Ch. from the 
Cong.. '93; S. S. Lake City, 2 yrs.; S. S. 
Cass City. :\Iicli., 4 yrs — . 

BAXTER, Joseph F., Ravenswood, W. 
la. — Born, Washington College, Tenn.; 
Wash. C, Tenn., B. A., 1888; McC. T. S., 
Chicago, '91; Ord. May 17, '92, Pby. of Park- 
ersburg; P. Ravenswood and Spencer, W. 
Va.. May 17, '92—; Chm. Pbl. Com. on Min- 
isterial Relief — . 

BAYLESS, George, Mexico,N. K— Born, 
Millburn, N. Y.; Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., 
1864; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '67; Lie. '66, Pby. of 
Cayuga; Ord. '67, Pby. of Geneva; S. S. 
Phelps, N. Y., "67-70; S. S. IstCh., Dubuque, 
la., 1 yr.; P. McGramville, N. Y., '71-81; P. 
Mexico, N. Y., '81—. 

BAYNE, Thomas, Salem, S. Dak.— 'Qoru, 
Dumblane, Scotland.; Cong C, Cong. T. S., 
B. N. Am., 1846; Lie and Ord. June 21, '47, 
by Cong. Asso.; Labored in Canada, then in 
the United States, serving Chs. in Neb. and 
S. Dak.; Memb. Pby. of Southern Dakota—; 
Author, a temperance and two funeral ser- 
mons; Chapl. 8th Vt. Vols.; H. R., Sept., 

BAZATA, Vaclav, Alhavihra Ca/.— Born, 
Blatna, Hoheniia, Europe; Stud. U., N. Y. 
City, '93; Col. C, N. Y., "94; Stud. Bloom- 
field, T. S., '91-92, and Un. T. S., N. Y., '94- 
96; San Fran. T. S., Cal., '96; Lie. and Ord. 
June 28, '97, Pby. of Los Angeles: P. Alham- 
bra, Cal., June 28, '97—. 

BEACH, Charles Fisk, Indianapolis, 
/wo'.— Born, Jewett. N. Y., Sept. 6, 1827; 
Knox C, 111., M. A.; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '54; 
Lie. June 7, '53, Pby. of Ithica; Ord. Jan. 10, 
•56, Pby. of Otse^r^; p. Springfield, N. Y., 
'55-67; My. work in Iowa and 111., '67-67; P. 
Portage C'ity, Wis., '67-71; P. Paris, Ky., '71- 
73; Ed. Kentucky Pirsbyterian {National 
Presbyterian ), '73-76; Lawyer, Indianapolis, 
Ipd., '96—; Author, "Join the Church" 
(Tract, Pbn. Bd. of Pub.), '60; " The Muz- 



zled Ox " ( Pbn. Bd. of Pub. ), '66; "An Invi- 
tation to the Sanctuarj' " (Tract. Pbn. Bd. of 
Pub. ); " The Christian Worker" (J. B. Lip- 
pincott & Co. ), "69; " Put Away Your Idols," 
" Bellefould Series, " '72; " Commentaries on 
the Law of Trusts and Trustees" (2 vols.), 
'97; " Monopolies and Industrial Trusts " (1 
vol. , Central Law Journal Co. ) , '98. 

BEACH, George L., Britton, S. Dak. 
—Born, Williamsfield, O.; Ob. C, O., M. A., 
1870; Yale T. S., '73; Lie. and Ord. '73, 
Cong. Asso.; P. Cong. Ch., Rootstown, O., 
'73-79; P. Cong. Ch., Reed City, Mich., '79- 
83; H. M. Pby. of Aberdeen, '83-88; Memb. 
Pby. of Aberdeen — . 

BEACH, Horation Stockton, West Point, 
/a.— Born, Palatine Bridge, N. Y.; Prin. U., 
B. A., 1893; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '96; Lie. April, 
'95, Pby. of Cayuga; Ord. Jan. 19, '97, Pby. 
of Otsego; S. S. Laurens, N. Y., '96-97; S. S. 
West Point, la.. May 1, '97—. 

BEACH, Sylvester Woodbridge, 

Bridgeton, TV. y.— Prin. U., B. A., 1876, and 
M. A.; Prin. T. S., '80; Lie April, '79, Pby. 
of Washington City; Ord. May 3, '80, Pby. 
of Baltimore; P. 12th Ch., Baltimore, Md., 
'80-87; P. 1st Ch., Bridgeton, N. J., Dec. 
'87 — ; Mod. of Pby. twice; Vice Mod. of 
Syn., '96; Coms. to Gen. Ass. twice; Treas. 
of Pby. Chm. Com. on Re-examination of 
Candidates in Theol.; Chm. H. M. Com.; 
Pres. Ministers' Asso., Bridgeton, N. J., 
&c.— ; Author, One Article to the Presbyter- 
ian Reformed Review, and numerous ser- 
mons to the press; Ed. Vol. of Church Hist, 
for the Chs. of Bridgeton. 

BEACOM, John J., 516 Market St., Cora- 
opolis. Pa. — Born, Westmoreland Co., Pa.; 
FrankUn C, O., D. D., 1882; Lie. "61, Pby. 
of Blairsville; Ord. '63, Pby. of Ohio (Pitts- 
burg); P. Mingo, Pa., '63-67; P. Forest 
Grove and Montours, Pa., '67-74; P. Forest 
Grove, Pa., '74-93; P. C. Syn. of Pa., '89—; 
Temp. C, Gen. Ass., 3 times; Mod. Svn. of 
of Pittsburg, '77; S. C. Pby of Pittsburg, 16 
vrs. ; Chm. Permanent Com. on Temperance 
of the Gen. Ass.—; Trustee Wn. T. S., 20 
yrs. ; Treas. Bd. of Freemen, 4 3-rs — . 

BEADLE, Heber H., Bridgeton, N. J. 
— Born, Smyrna, Asia Minor; YaleU., B. A., 
1862; Free 'Ch. C, T.S., Edinburgh, Scot., 
'66; Lie. '66, Pby. of Edinburgh; Ord. June 
20, '66, Pby. of West Jer.sev; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., 
Bridgeton, N. J., June 20, ''66—. 

BEAIZLEY, Theophilus, Los Angeles, 
Cal. — Memb. Pby. of Los Angeles; S. S. and 
P. F:., INIass., "89-90; P. E. Redding, Cal., 
'92; S. S. Anaheim, Fullerton, Cal., '94-96. 

BEALE, David J., 819 Franklin St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. — Born, Bealetown, Pa., 
Julv 1. 1K36; Jeff. C, Pa., B. A., Pa., '61, M. 
A., '64, D. D.,'86; Stud. Wn. T. S., Pa. ,'61-62; 
Prin. T. S., '64; Lie. April 17, "63, Ord. Aug. 
11, '64, Pby. of Huntingdon; S. S. Middle 
Tuscarora, 'Pa., "64-69; P. St. George's, Del., 
"69-72; P. Light St. Ch., Baltimore, Md., 
"79-83; P. 1st Ch., John.stown. Pa., '83-90; 
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Ch. (N.Iv. ), Phila., Pa., Sept. 1,'96— ; Author, 
' ' Sketch of the Jefferson College Class, ' ' 
'61, (H. F. Ward, Washington, Pa., 50c.), 
" Through the Johnstown Flood, " (Hubbard 

Bros., Phila., $2), '90; "Hist, of 

Valley," "Life and Labors of Prof. David 
Nelson." 

BEALE, James Hepvey, 1323 N 6th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. — Born Juniata Co., Pa.; 
Tuscarora, Acd., Pa.; Del. C, O., B. A., 

1858; Un. T. S., N. Y., '61; Lie. May, '61, 
4th Pby. of New York City; Ord. Chapl. 
Sept. '61, 4th Pby. of Philadelphia; S. 
S. Christiana Pbn. Ch., Delaware; P. 1st 
Pbn. Ch., Philadelphia, Pa., March, '68, (29 
vrs. ); Chapl. and Adjt., A. A. Adj. and on 
Brigade and Division Staff, '61-64. 

BEALL, Byron, Firth, tV,?*.— Born, Hills- 
dale, Mich.; Un. Bibl. T. S. U. B.; Ord. 
Sept. 15, 1877, by United Brethren; P. Beat- 
rice, Blair, Cedar Rapids, Atkinson, Firth 
and Lincoln, Neb.; P. at L. Nebraska City 
Pby. 1 yr.; Rec. by Cong. Pbn. Ch., '80; Ev. 
work in Neb. — . 

BEALL, John N., Shelbyville, Ind.— 
Memb. Pbv. of Mattoon; S. S. Greenfield, 
111., '89-92; S. S. Walnut Grove, 111., '91-92; 
P. Jacksonville, 111., '93; S. S. Raymond, 
111., '94-96; "S. S. Shelbyville, 111 , '97—. 

BEALL, Marion E., Fort Wayne, Ind. 
—Born, Keene, O.; Frank. C, O., B. A. and 
M. A., 1879; Wn. T. S., Pa.,'82; Lie. April,'81, 
Ord. June, '82, • Pby. of St. Clairsville; P. 
Kirkwood Ch., Bridgeport, O., '82-84; My. 
to Mexico, '82-91; P. Jonesboro, Ind., '95—; 
Author, Translated, " What is Presbyterian- 
ism ? " " From Dawn to Dark, ' ' into Spanish. 

BEAMER, Abiathar, Port Huron, Mich. 
— Born, Princeton, Canada; Alb. C, Can.; 
Stud. Theol. under Methodist Ch. ; Ord. 1868, 
by Methodist Ch.; P. Wardsville and Petro- 
lea, Can.; P. Marine City, Mich., and Port 
Huron, Mich. — . 

BEAN, George W., 654 Jackson St., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. — Born, Oxford, O.; Han. C, 
Ind., B. A., 1871, M. A., '83 (?);Wn. T. S., Pa., 
'74; Lie. April, '73, Pby. of Allegheny; Ord. 
Nov. '74, Pby. of Pittsburg; S. S. Mt. Pis- 
gah. Pa., '73-77; P. West Sunbury, Pa., and 
S. S. New Hope and Pleasant Valley, '77-85; 
P. 2d and Bethel Chs., Topeka, Kan., 86-88, 
P. Clay Center, Kan., '89-92; P. Independ- 
ence, Kan., '92-95; S. S. and Ev. work — ; 
Memb. Pby. of Neosho — . 

BEARD, George Petrie, Whitewood, S. 
Z?.— Born, Orange, Vt.; U. of Vt., B. A. and 
M. A.; Stud. Theol. under Pa.stors and Pro- 
fessors of U.; Lie. 1864, Ord. '65, by Cong. 
Councils; Organized Cong. Ch., Chillicothe, 
Mo., '65-66; Supt. Public Schs. and Prin. 
State Normal Schs., '66-72; S. S. Pbn. Chs. 
in Pa., '72-87; P. Pbn. Ch., Blair, Neb., '91- 
94; P. Whitewood, S. D., '94—. 

BEARD, John Dickey, Arroyo Grande, 
CaA— Born, Lexington, Va., May 30, 1828; 
Stud. New Cal. Sem., O., and Frank. C, O., 
'54; Stud. Theol. under care of Pby.; Lie. 
March 22, '61, Ord. April 18, '62, Pby. of Des 



Moines; S. S. Pbn. Chs.; Pby. of Upper Mis- 
souri, '62-67; P. Pbn. Ch., '67-81; S. 

S. Elko, Nev., '81-82; P. Vacaville, Cal., '82- 
88; P. Santa Marino, Cal., '88-90; P. Bay 
City, Oregon, '91-92; P. Pleasant Valley and 
Shandon, Cal., '92-95; Memb. Pby. of San 
Jose — . 

BEATTIE, Andrew, Canton, China.— 
U. of Tor., Can., 1884; Un. T. S., N. Y., '88; 
Ord. May 29, '88, Pby. of New York; P. Sea 
and Land, N. Y. Cy., '88-89; Mv. to China, 
'89—. 

BEATTIE, Charles, Middletown, N. Y. 
—Born, Walden, N. Y.; Un. C, N. Y., B. A., 
1859, D. D., '92; Prin. T. S., '64; Ord. Oct. 
5, '64, Pby. of Hudson; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Mid- 
dleton, N. Y., '64—. 

BEATTIE, George Arnott, 209 Central 
Ave., Dayton, O. — Born, Hebron, N. Y.; Un. 
C, N. Y., B. A., 1863; Prin. T. S., '67; Lie 
'65, 1st Ohio U. P. Pby., Ord. May 4, '68, 
Pby. of Dayton; P. New Cariisle, O., '67-71; 
P. Muncie, Ind., '71-78; P. Newark, O., '78- 
80; P. Sedalia, Mo., '80-86; P. Lansing, 
Mich., '86-88; P. Rushville, Ind., '90-97. 
Sec. Dayton, O. — ; Pres. Sedalia, U. , Sedalia, 
Mo. 

BEATTIE, James H., North Yakima, 
Wash.— Born, Sparta, 111.; U. of 111., M. A., 
1881; W^n. T. S., '88; Ord. Oct. 26, '92, Pby. 
of Williamette; S. S. Mehama, Spring Val- 
ley and McCoy, Lebanon, Ore., Wilbur, 
North Yakima, Wash., '90—. 

BEATTIE, Lee W., Mankato, Minn. 
—Born, Cornwall, N. Y.; Un. C, N. Y., B. 
A., 1879, and M. A.; Prin. T. S., '83; Lie 
April, '82, Ord. Sept., 83, Pby. of North 
River; A. P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Goshen, N. Y., 
'83-85; P. 1st Ch., Cambridge, N. Y., '85-93; 
P. E. and P. 1st Ch., Mankato, Minn., July, 
'93—. 

BEATTIE, Thomas Gumming, Albu- 
querque, N. Mex, — Born, Scotchtown, N. Y., 
July 23, 1854; Prin. U.,- B. A., '78; Prin. T. 
S., '82; Lie. May, '84, Pby. of New Bruns- 
wick; Ord. June 27, '82, Pby. of Hudson; P. 
Chester, N. Y., '82-88; P. Las Animas, Colo., 
'88-90; P. 1st Ch., Albuquerque, N. M., Oct., 
'90—. 

BEATTY, Henry Townsend, 1239 
Bloomfield St., Hoboken, N.J. — Born, Con- 
shohocken, Pa.; Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 1887, M. 
A., '90; Un. T. S., N. Y., '90; Lie. and Ord. 
'90, Pbv. of Jersey City; P. 1st Ch., Ho- 
boken, 'N. J., '90—; Memb. "Am. Soc. of 
Comparative Religion," P. G.; Stud. Com- 
parative Religion and Philosophy, N. Y. 
U. — ; Author, Ed. of Light, (Record Press, 
Park Place, N. Y., 50c.) 

BEATTY, Samuel Jameson, Lans- 
downe. Pa.— ^oxw. Coal BlufiP, Pa.; Jeff. C, 
Pa., B. A., 1864; Wn. T. S., Pa., '67; Lie 
Sept., '67, Pby. of Pittsburg; Ord. Nov. '77, 
Pby. of Catawba; Prof, in Biddle Universit}', 
occupying at different times the chairs of 
Latin, Nat. Science, Greek and Hebrew, '71- 
91; Tea. Falley Sem., Fulton, N. Y., 1 yr.; 
In C. of Acd. Blairsville, Pa., 1 vr.; My. 



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and iMiiaiK-ial .\^. II. M. Soc, rhiladclphia, 
Pa. ■ 

BEAUMONT, James Brown, Morris- 
lozcn, .\ ./.--liorii, Dresileii, N. V.; Anih. C, 
Mass., B. A., 1858, M. A.. '(51; Aub. T. S., N. 
v., 'H'i; Lie. '151, Pbv. of ('.eiieva; Onl. '(52, 
I'hv. of r.cnesee Valley; P. Glean, N. V., '(51- 
»>7;' P. Waverlv, N. Y., '07-71; P. Washinj,'- 
lonville, N. Y'., '71-82, P. Chatham, N. J., 

'S2 ill; vS. S. ; Menib. Pby. of Morris 

and Oranije — ; Soldier in U. S. Army during 
tlu- laU- war. 

BEAUMONT. W. L., Beverly, C?.— Born, 
St. Clair, Pa.; CI. Pa. C, B. E., 1888; Ma. C, 
O., B. A.. 'SW5; P. G.; Stud. Mt. Un. C, O., 
'i>7; Stud. Thcol. under care Kv. Asso. of 
Central Pa. 4 yrs.; Lie. '84r^ Kv. Conference 
of Central Pa.; Ord. 'SK, Ev. Conference of 
Oregon; Rec. '!H) by the Pby. of Oregon; S. 
S. Gervais. Oregon, 3 yrs.; vS. S. Lycoming 
Centre, Pa., 'St:M»I; Cv. Mv. Charleston, W. 
Va,, 1 yr.; S. S. Beverly, 6., '!)o— . 

BECKER, Jacob F., Renssataemille, N. 

y. ."\Ienih. Pby. of Albany — . 

BECKER, John Chas. Aug-usto'-^'^^^^^"- 
liattaii Ave. Xczc York Lit v. — Born, Dant- 
zie. German v; Hob. Acd., N. Y ; Bl. T. S., 
N. J., 18<t:5; 'ijc. Mav 17, '93, Pbv. of New- 
ark; Onl. April 1«, '94, Pby. of New York; 
P. Morningside Pbn. Ch., Harlem, N. Y. 
City --. 

BECKES, Cypus Boyd, Wihumgton, lU. 
— Born, Burlingame, Kan.; Park C, Mo., 
B. A., 1893, M. A., '98; McC. T. S., Chicago, 
'9(5; Lie. ]May 4, '9(5, Ord. May 2(5, '9H, Pby. 
of Chicago; P. Wilmington, 111., April, '9(5—; 
Del. vSyn. of 111. frotn Chicago Pby., '97. 

BECKWITH, Edgar, Pleasant Valley, 
S. }'.— Born, Plattbsurg, N. Y.; U. of Vt., 

B. A., 1882; Un. T. S., N. Y.; Lie. by the 
Cong. Asso. N. Y. City; Ord. May 31, '88, 
Pbv. of North River; 'P. Pleasant Vallev, 
N. Y. — . 

BEDICKIAN, Shadraeh V., Allegheny, 
/':/. — Born, Bilhvnia, Asia Minor; W. and J. 

C, Pa.. B. A., 1893; Wn. T. S., N. Y., '9(5; 
Lie. April. "9.-), Ord. Sept., '90, Pby. of Wash- 
ington; Traveled extensively and lectured 
on Oriental subjects. Ev., — . 

BEEBE, Clarence H., Po)t Byron, N. V. 
— Born, Hamilton, X. Y.; Cazenovia Seni., 
B. A., 1S(51; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '(54; Lie. April, 
'(54, Pby. of Cayuga; Ord. Jan. 10, '(55, Oneida 
As.so. ; S. S. Winfield and Bridgewater Cong. 
Chs., "(54-70; P. Pbn. Ch., Clayville, N. Y., 
'70-84. S. vS. Pbn. Ch,„ Port Bvron, N. Y., 
Oct., '84—: S. C. Pby. of Cuyuga — . 

BEEBE, Frederick Griswold, Cnte/i- 
ogite, A'. }'. — Born, Vernon Centre, N. Y ; 
Prin. U., B. A., 1888, M. A., '92; Un. T. S., 
N. Y., "91; Lie. '91, Ord. June, '92, Pbv. of 
New York; A. P. Scotch Pbn. Ch., New York 
Citv, '91-92; S. S. Cutchogue, N. Y., Jan. 
•93—. 

BEEBE, Leonard M., Aplin^ton, la. 
— Born, Belvidere, 111.; Stud. Beloit C, Wis.; 
Stud. Theol. with Rev. Geo. Earhart, D. I).! 



.\rklev, la.; Lie. April, '80, Ord. April 18, 
'89, Pbv. of Waterloo; S. S. Williams, la., 
'87-5)0; S. S. Mt. Pleasant, la., '91-93; vS. S. 
Dallas Center, la., '93-90; S. S. Aplington, 
la., Dec. 1, '9(5—; Sab. Sch. My." 10 yrs. be- 
fore licensure. 

BEEBE, Wm. C, Rathdrum, Idaho.— 
Born, Plea.^antville, Pa.; Wn. C, Pa., B. A. 
and M. A., 1874; Wn. T. S., 77; Lie. '70, 
Pby. of Erie; Ord. '78, Pby. of Colorado; H. 
M.Riversburg, Pa.; H. M.Animas Citv, Col.; 
H. M. Oronoka, Minn.; P. Watt.sbufg, Pa.; 
H. M. Rathdrum, Idaho; H. M. Waterville, 
Wash.; H. M. Kettle Palls, Wash.; H. M. 
Union City, Ore. ; Memb. Pby. of Spokane — . 

BEEBEE, Albert G., Springfield, Mass. 
— Born, Hartwiek, N. Y.; Amh. C, Mass., B. 
A., 1850; Un. T. S., N. Y., '54; Ord. June 
10, '64, Pby. of Chenango; P. Pleasant 
Mount, Pa.; P. Manitowac, W'is.; P. Guil- 
ford, N. Y.; S. S. vSpring Lake, Mich., Ste- 
phentown and Worcester, N. Y.; My. Ma- 
rash, Turkey, under A. B. C. F. M. 5 yrs.; S. 
S. various Chs. in New England; Ev. Pby. 
of Boston — . 

BEEBER, Thomas R., y/j E. Airy St., 
Norristoivn, Pa. — Born, Muncv, Pa.; Pa. C, 
B. A., 18(59; Laf. C, Pa., D. D.,-'71, and T. 
S., Mass., '72; Lie. June, '71, Ord. Jan. 31, 
'73, Cong. Council; P. 1st Cong. Ch., George- 
town, Mass., Jan. 31, '73-76; P. Mahoning 
Pbn. Ch., Danville, Pa., '75-80; P. 2d Pbn. 
Ch., Scranton, Pa., '80-87; P. 1st Ch., Nor- 
ristown. Pa., April, '87 — ; Author, "History 
of 1st Cong. Ch., Georgetown, Mass.," " His- 
tory of 2d Pbn. Ch., Scranton, Pa." 

BEECHER, Georg-e Buckingham, 

Hillshoro, O.— Born, Zanesville, O.; Yale C, 
B. A., 1801, and T. S., Mass., '64; Lie. by 
Cong. Asso. of Hartford; Ord. b}' Cong. 
Council, Conn., '66; P. How St. Cong. Ch., 
New Haven, Conn., '66-69; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Cincinnati, O., '72-79; P. Pbn. Ch., New 
Pittsburg, O., '80-94; Memb. Pby. of Chilli- 
cothe — . 

BEECHER, John Everett, Onondago 
I'alley, N. Y. — Born, Elsworth, Conn., Jan. 
22, 1842; Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., '69; Aub. T. 
S., N. Y., '72; Lie. '71 ,Pbv. of Cayuga; Ord. 
'74, Pbv. of Steuben; S. S' Turin,'N. Y., '72- 
73; S. S. Jasper, N. Y., '73-76; S. S. Holt, 
Mich., '77; vS. S. Bad Axe, Mich., and con- 
tiguous Chs., '78-81; S. S. at different times 
Cass Citv, Eraser, North Bevis and Paris; 
S. S. Washington, Minn., '81; 111 health, St. 
Paul, Minn., 7 mos.; S. S. Rossie, N. Y., '83- 
85; S. S. Otiseo, N. Y., '85-90; S. S. Man- 
lius, N. Y., '90-92; H. R., '92—. 

BEECHER, Wm. Alanson, Archibald, 
Pa. — Born, Vernon Center, N. Y., Aug. 10, 
1852, Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., '71, LL.B., '76; 
Aub. T. S., N. Y., '78; Ord. Oct. 9, '78, Pby. 
of St. Lawrence; P. DeKalb, N. Y., and De- 
Kalb Junction, N. Y., '78-81; P. Conkling, 
N. Y., '81-84; P. Barre Centre, N. Y., '84-88; 
P. Middleport, N. Y., '88-90; P. Wyoming, 
Pa.. '90-95; P. Archibald and S. S..2d Ch., 



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Carbondale, Pa., '96 — ; Organized and built 
Chs. at DeKalb Junction and Middleport. 

BEECHER, Willis Judson, Auburn, N. 
K— Born, Hampden, O.; Ham. C, N. Y., B. 
A., 1858, M. A., '61, D. D., '75; Prin. U., D. 
D., '96; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '64; Lie. '62, Pby. 
of Utica; Ord. June, '64, Pby. of Geneva; P. 
Verona, N. Y., '62; P. Ovid, N. Y., '63-65; 
Prof. Moral Science and Belles Lettres, Knox 
College, 111., '65-69; P. 1st Ch. of Christ, 
Galesburg, 111. ,'69-71; Prof. Hebrew, Auburn 
T. S., N. Y., '71—; Author, " Farmer Tomp- 
kins and His Bibles," (Pbn. Bd. of Pub.) '74. 

BEEMAN, George Hay Lee, MaHins- 
burgy O. — Boan, Clarksburg, W. Va. ; Wo. 
U., O., B. A., 1892, M. A., '95; McC. T. S., 
Chicago, '95; Lie. April 11, '94, Ord. Nov. 11, 
'95, Pby. of Zanesville; S. S. Brownsville, 
O., and Frazeysburg, O., summer of '94; S. 
S. Martinsburg, O., '96, and P. of same Nov., 
'95—, and S. S. Bladensburg and Mt. Pleas- 
ant, O., May, '95—. 

BEEMAN, Henry, Neiu Lexington, O. 
—Born, Dresden, O.; Ma. C, O., B. A., 1865, 
M. A., '70; Lane T. S., O., '67; Un. T. S., N. 
Y., '68; Lie. April 10, '67, Ord. Nov. 11, '68, 
Pby. of Pataskala; S. S. New Lexington, 
Unity, Rossville and Uniontown, O., '66-68; 
P. of same, '68-71; S. S. Oakfield and P. 
New Lexington and Unity, '71-73; P. New 
Lexington and Unity and S. S. Rossville and 
Uniontown, O., '73-91; P. New Lexington 
and Unity, O., '91-93; S. S. Osceola, la., '93- 
94; Memb. Pby. of Zanesville — ; Author, 
"History of Old Lancaster Pby., 1809-1839," 
'93; Treas. Pataskala Pby., '69-70; Chni. 
Com. on Ministerial Relief, Pby. of Zanes- 
ville, '84-92; Mod. of Pby., '73; Coms. Pby. 
of Zanesville to Syn. of Ohio, '80, '82, '84, 
'87; Coms. Pby. to Baltimore Ass., '73, and 
Saratoga, '90; Trustee Granville Female Col- 
lege in the '70s; Pres. New Lexington Public 
Library, 96 — , and New Lexington Humane 
Soc, '97—. 

BEER, Robert, Des Moines, la. — Born, 
Allegheny, Pa.; \Vn. T. S., Pa., 1861; Lie 
April. '60, Pby. of Ohio (Zanesville); Ord. 
July, '62, Pby. of Milwaukee; P. Wm. Ch., 
Beloit, Wis., '61-65; P. Valpariso, Ind., '65- 
84; P. Garden Grove, la., and Grand View, 
Humeston, and Lero}', la., '84-95; P. at L., 
Des Moines Pbv., Mar. 1,'95 — ; Director McC. 
T. S., '69-97; S. C. Logansport Pby. '74-82. 

BEERS, Robert Welsted, Waterford, 
N. K— Born, Easton, Pa., Dec. 3, 1860; Laf. 
C, Pa., B. A., '80, M. A., '83; Prin. T. S. '84; 
Lie. Sept., '81, Pbv. of Lehigh; Ord. April 
30, '84, Pby. of ISfew Castle; S. S. White 
Haven, Pa., '81-82; P. Elkton, Md., '84-87; 
P. Corry, Pa., '87-88; P. 6th Ch., Cincinnati, 
O., '88-89; P. Waterford, N. Y., '90—; Au- 
thor, ' ' The Mormon Puzzle ' ' ( Funk & Wag- 
nellsCo., N. Y.), '86. 

BEESON, Eleazar W., Carlisle, Kan. 
— Bom, Indianapolis, Ind.; Lie '89, Pbv. of 
Larned; Ord. '91, Pby. of Neosho; S. S. Fre- 
donia, Kan., '91-95; vS. S. Carlisle, Kan., 
'95—. 



BEGGS, Joseph, Germantown, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. — Born, County Tyrone, Ireland; 
Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 1849, M. A., '53; W. C, 
Tenn., LL.D., '83; Prin. T. S., '55; Ord. 2d 
Pby. of Philadelphia, '55; P. Roxborough, 
14 yrs.; P. Falls of Schuylkill, 34 yrs.; S. C. 
of Pby. 21>^ yrs.; H. R. 

BEIDLER, Francis W., Jeffersonville, 
Pa. —Born, Chester Co., Pa.; Mc.\. C, 
Minn., B. A., 1894; Prin. T. S., '97; Lie 
April 22, Ord. May 13, '97, Pby. of Philadel- 
phia, North; P. Centennial Pbn. Ch., Jeffer- 
sonville, Pa., May 13, '97 — . 

BELDEN, Luther Martin, 2812 Locust 
St., Kansas City, A/o. — Born, Sandisfield, 
Mass.; W. C, Pa., B. A., 1861, M. A. '64; 
Wn. T. S., Pa., '64; Lie April, '63, Pby. of 
Redstone; Ord. Dec. 12, '64, Pby. of Erie; P. 
Fairview, Pa., '64-70; P. Chatsworth, 111., 
'71-75; Pres. Female Seminary, Mt. Pleas- 
ant, la., '75-76; P. Centerville, la., '77-81; 
P. Elk Rapids, Mich., '81-85; P. Raisin, 
Mich., '85-91; P. Walla Walla, Wash., '91- 
94; P. 3d Ch., Kansas City, Mo., '94—. 

BELDEN, William Webster, Pleasant 
Plains, N. >'. — Born, Moscow, N. Y.; Yale 
C, B. A.; C. in W. Va., D. D., 1873; Yale 

T. S., '48; Ord. ; P. Litchfield, Conn.; 

P. Orange, Conn., 5 yrs.; P. Fitchville, 
Conn., 4 yrs.; P. Attleboro, Mass., '59-64; 
P. Bristol, Conn., 4 yrs.; P. Newburyport, 
Mass.; S. S. Pleasant Plains, N. Y.-^; De- 
clined invitations to New Orleans, Detroit, 
and Pittsburg, ' ' preferring to work in ob- 
scure places, thankful that the dear Master 
was pleased to crown my ministry with His 
blessing;" Founded a Ch. at Fitchville, Conn. 

BELDING, James Mansfield, Lapeer, 
Mich.—^orw, Amsterdam, N. Y.; Amster- 
dam H. Sch. and Acad.; McC. T. S., Chi- 
cago; Ord. Oct. 18, '86, Pby. of Chicago; P. 
1st. Ch., Pullman, 111., 3 yrs.; Organized and 
P. West Pbn. Ch., St. Louis, Mo., 1 yr.; S. S. 
Maryville, Mo., '90-92; S. S. Northville, 
Mich., '92-96; S. S. Lapeer, Mich.—; Ev. 
work, Organized two Chs. that were self- 
sustaining from first. 

BELL, Abraham T., Home, /b.— Born, 
Lawrence, Pa.; W. and J. C, Pa., B. A., 
1870; Wn. T. S., Pa., '72; Lie '71, Pby. of 
Pittsburg; Ord. Dec. 31, '72, Pby. of Kittan- 
ning; P. Rayne, Pa., '72-82; S. S. East 
Union, Pa., '74-79; P. Washington, Pa., 
'79—; P. C. Kittanning Pby., '83-97; S. C. 
of same, '97 — . 

BELL, Allan, Winona, Minn. — Born, 
London, Out., Can.; Knox C, Ont., B. A., 
1872; U. Chicago, D. D., '92; Prin. T. S., '75; 
Lie April, '75, Pby. of New Brunswick ; Ord. 
July 15, '75, Pbv. of Manitoba; P. Knox Ch., 
Prairie, Man., ''75-88; P. 1st Ch., Beaver 
Dam., Wis.,. '88-91; P. 1st Ch., Winona, 
Minn., Dee, '91—; Supt. Public Schs., 
Prairie, Man., '79-83, in connection with Ch. 
work. 

BELL, Edson Manning, Manchester, 
(9.— Born, Wellsborough, Pa.; Stud. High- 
land U., Kan., 1880-84; Lane T. S., O., '87; 



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Lie. April H. 'Sli, rbv. of Hij^hland; Ord. 
Oct. «, 'S7, Northern Cong. Asso. of Kan.sas; 
S. S. Conj^. Cli., A.vtell, Kan.. '87 -SS; S. S. 
Pbn. Chs. Gcttvshurj^ and Fletcher, O., 'HH- 
!)2: r. Pbn. Ch.', Balavia, O., '92-97; P. Man- 
chester, O., '97 — ; Memb. Pby. of Cincin- 
nati — . 

BELL, George B., Wis/ Pkiladelphia, 
/{7. — Born, New Brunswick, N. J.; Rut. C, 
N. J., B.A., 1H88; Prin.T. S., '^7; Lie. April, 
'8(», Pby. of New Brunswick; Ord. Jan. 9, 
'88, Pbv. of Philadelphia; I'. Patterson Mem. 
Ch., Philadelphia, Pa.. Jan. '88—. 

BELL, George Scott, Annapolis, Md. 
— Born, N«>rlluini])ton Co., Va.; Stud. Del. 
C; Prin. T. S., 1H7'); Lie. April, '75, Pby. of 
New Castle; Ord. I-'eb., '76, Pby. of Albany; 
P. Conklinj^ville and Dav, N. Y., '75-77; P. 
WriKdilsvilie, Pa., '77-78; P. Freeport, L. I.. 
N. Y., '87-91; 111 health, '91-95; P. Bedford, 
Pa., '9o-9H; S. S. Bell Haven and Wacha- 
pra^fue, Va., '9B-97; P. Annapolis, Md., 
Oct., '97—. 

BELL, George Whitney, Las Animas, 
Col. — Born, Leavenworth, Kan.; Park C, 
Mo., B. A., 1885; McC. T. vS., Chicago, '88; 
Lie. '87, Pbv. of Platte; Ord. '91, Pby. of 
Pueblo; S. vS. F;1 Moro, '88-93; S. S. Las 
Animas, Col., '98—. 

BELL. John Benjamin, 713 Court St., 
Synwusi; A'. )'. — Born, Weedsport, N. Y''. ; 
Ord. Oct. 14, 1894, Central N. Y. M. E. Con- 
ference; Rec. bv Pby. of Svracu.se Dec. 7, 
'96; N. W. Indiana M. E. Conference, 2}4 
yrs.; Central N. Y. Conference M. E. Ch., 5 
yrs.; S. S. Pbn. Ch., Lafayette, '97; Memb. 
Pby. of Syracuse — . 

BELL, John Richard Newton, Hol- 

lislfy, Cal. -V>orn, Pulaski, Va.; Stud. Luth- 
eran C, Wytheville, Va.; State Normal Sch., 
Ore., M. A., 1886; Ord. Elder Oct., '76, Col- 
umbia Conference M. E. Ch.; P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Baker City, Ore., 4 yrs.; P. 1st Ch., 
Hollister, Cal. — ; Author, founded the Ore- 
f^on School Journal. 

BELL, John Vernon, Dubois, Pa.— 
Born, Lewistown, Pa.; Prin. U., M. A., 1881; 
Un. T. S., N. Y., '81; Lie. June 8, '80, Ord. 
Oct. 5, '81, Pby. of Huntingdon; P. Penfield 
and Winterboro, '81-84; P. Dubois, Pa., 
April, '84—. 

BELL, L. Carmon, Green castle. Pa. 
- Born, New Wilmington, Pa.; Wo. U., O., 
B. A., 1885, M. A., '88; Wn. T. S., Pa., '89; 
Ijc. April, '88, Pby. of Shenango; Ord. July 
9, '89, Pb}-. of Baltimore; P. Lanaconing, 
Md., '89-92; P. Greeneastle, Pa., Nov. 6, 
'92—; Author, Ed. The Worker, '90-96; 
Pub. "Five Times Five, Points on Ch. Fi- 
nance," by Rev. A. T. Robertson (cl. 25c., 
p. loe. ), '97. 

BELL, Nathan, Huntersville, N. C. 
— Born, Winnsboro, S. C; Bid. U. T. S., 
N. C, 188S; Lie. and Ord. Sept. 24, '88, 
Pbv. of Catawba; S. S. Lawrence Chapel, 
N.'C; Tea. and S. S. McClintoek and Phila- 
delphia, N. C, '77-89; S. S. Bethpage, 
Poplar Tent, and Caldwell, N. C, '89—. 



BELL, Newton H., sojg N. Irving St., 
Minneapolis, Minn. — Born, Kossuth, la.; 
Amh. C, Mass., B. A., 1866; Bangor T. S., 
Me., '(•)8; Ord. Aug. 5, '68, by Cong. Council; 
Rec. '80, Pbv. of Rochester; P. Cong. Ch., 
Stafford Springs, '68-70; P. Cong. Ch., Win- 
chester, Ind., '70-71; P. Owatoma, Minn., 
'71-78; My. to Mardin, Turkev, '73-76; S. S. 
Schroon Lake, N. Y., '77; S.'S. Cong. Ch., 
Arcadia, N. Y., '78-79; P. Pbn. Ch., Nun- 
dam, N. Y., '78-84; P. Highland Park Pbn. 
Ch., Minneapolis, Minn., '84-88; P. Pbn. 
Ch., Moorhead, Minn., '88-91; Pbl. Mission- 
ar}-, Minn., '91 — . 

BELL, Richapd Tuttle, Falls City, 
Aleb. — Born, Rosedale, Ind.; Wab. C, Ind., 
B. A., 1887; MeC. T. S., Chicago, '90; Ord. 
April 22, '91, Pbv. of Hastings; P. Pbn. Ch., 
Falls City, Neb.,' May 1, '91—. 

BELL, Samuel B., Santa Barbara, Cal. 
— Memb. Pby. of Kansas City; Received 
honorary degree of D. D.; Ed. in Kansas 
City, Mo., '89-90; H. R., Santa Barbara, 
Cal., '91—. 

BELL, Samuel Henry, Ft. Brown, Tex. 
—Born, Long Creek, N. C; Dav. C, N. C, 
B. A., 1370; Washington C, D. D., '93; Col. 
T. S., S. C, '73; Lie. '72, Pby. of Wilming- 
ton; Ord. '73, Pby. of Savannah; P. Bruns- 
wick, Ga.; P. Wrightsville, Pa.; P. Port Car- 
bon, Pa.; P. Milton, Pa.; P. Swarthmore, 
Pa.; P. Ref. Episcopal Ch. of the Redeemer, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; Post Chapl. U. S. Army, 
Feb., '97—; Memb. Pby. of Philadelphia—. 

BELVILLE, Jacob, 6122 McCallumSt., 
Gerniantoivn, Philadelphia, Pa. — Bom, 
Hartsville, Pa., Dec. 12, 1820; Prin. U., B. 
A., '39, M. A., '42; Laf. C, Pa., D. D., '71; 
Prin. T. S., '44; Lie. April, '44, Pbv. of New- 
Castle; Ord. Nov. 20, '44. Pby. of Baltimore; 
P. Tarr>-town and New Windsor, '44^18; 
S. S. Phoenixville, "48-49; P. Hartsdlle, Pa., 
'49-57; Prin. Roseland Female Inst., '51-63; 
P. Holmesburg, '64-66; P. Mauch Chunk, 
Pa., '66-73; P. Pottsville, Pa., '73-94 and P. 
Em. '94—. 

BELVILLE, Samuel R., Wood River, 
iV,?/;.— Born, Ohio Co., W. Va.; Mon. C, 111., 
B. A., 1864, and M. A. later; Stud. Dan. T. 
S., Kv., '68, McC. T. S., Chicago, '69; U. 
Pbn. T. S., Monmouth, 111., '70; Lie. '69, 
Pby. of vSehuyler; Ord. '71, Pbv. of Iowa; P. 
1st Ch. Montrose. la., '70-73;'S. S. Sharon 
and Primrose, la., '73; P. Vernon, 111., '73- 
79; P. Princeville, 111., '79-86; S. S. Sheldon, 
N. D., '86-88; S. S. Wahoo, Neb., '88-95; P. 
Wood River, Neb., Dec., '95 — . 

BENEDICT, Benjamin Gilbert, 168 

Clifton Place, Brooklyn, K. }'.— Born, Pat- 
terson, N. Y.; Laf. C., Pa., B. A., 1859, M. 
A., '62; Prin. T. S., '66; Lie. '65, Pby. of 
Bedford; Ord. Oct. 24, '66, Pbv. of Hudson; 
P. Hopewell. '66-70; S. S. 2d Pbn. Ch.. 
Washingtonville, N. X., '71-75; with Long 
Island Business College, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
'76—. 

BENEDICT, Frederick L., Elmira, N. 
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A., 1889; McC. T. S., Chicago, "92; Lie May, 
'91, Pby. of Missouri; Ord. April, '93, Pby. 
of New York; P. W'arrensburg, N. Y., '92- 
95; P. Franklin St. Pbn. Ch., Elmira, N. Y., 
Dec. '95—. 

BENHAM, DeWitt M., 374 South Neg- 
ley Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. — Born, Maryville, 
Cal.; \Vm. C, Mo., B. A., 1883; U. of Oma- 
ha, Neb., Ph. D., '91; Lie April 27, '86, Pby. 
of Shenango; Ord. Oct. 13, '87, Pby. of Kit- 
tanning; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Kittanning and P. 
Appleby Manor, Pa., '87-89; P. Point Breeze 
Ch., Pittsburg, Pa., '89-93; P. Tabernacle 
Ch., Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 21, '94—. 

BENNETT, John Robert, Satid Beach, 
Mich. — Born, Gibraltar, Spain; Cheshnut C, 
England; Cheshunt T. S., England; Ord. 
March, 1882, Cong. Asso.; My. to Madagas- 
car. London M. Soc, '82-84; P. Derling, 
Eng., '85-91; P. Basingstoke, Eng., '91-92; 
S. S. Sand Beach, Mich., '92—. 

BENNETT, Robinson Potter Dunn, 

Lyons Far)us, iV. /.— Born, Newport, R. I.; 
Prin. U., B. A., 1892, M. A., '95; Prin. T. S., 
'95; Lie. May, '95, Pby. of New Brunswick; 
Ord. May 29, '95, Pby." of Newark; P. Lyons 
Farms, N. J., May 29, '95—; (Life) Sec. 
Class of '95, Prin. T. S.— . 

BENNETT, Wm. Russell, Mad'son, N. 
J. — Born, New York City; Wms. C, Mass., 
B. A., 1890; Un. T. S., '93; Lie May 1, '93, 
Ord. June 13, '93, Pby. of New York; A. B. 
West End Pbn. Ch., New York City, '93-94; 
P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Madison, N. J., Jan. '95—. 

BENSON, Aaron W., 2321 South Eighth 
St., Minneapolis, Mitin. — Born, Cobleskill, 
N. Y.; Rut. C, N. J., B. A. and M. A., 1871; 
Ref. Ch. of Am. T. S., '74; Lie June, '74, 
Classis of. Scholarie; Ord. Nov. 28, '74, Pby. 
of Hamilton, Ont.; P. West Flamboro, Can., 
'74-7(J; P. Rockford, Maple Plain, Delano 
and Long Lake, Minn., '77; P. 5th Pbn. Ch., 
Minneapolis, Minn., '79; P. White Bear 
Lake, Pine City, Minn., '80-82; P. Eden 
Prairie, '84-85; P. Tarkio, Mo., '87-88; P. 
Rush City, Minn., '88-90; P. Elino and Beth- 
any Chs., Minneapolis, Minn., '91-92; S. S. 
North St. Paul, Minn., '96 — ; organized Chs. , 
Fifth, Elino and Bethany, Minneapolis, and 
at Hinckley, Minn. 

BENSON, Enoch, Brooklyn, /a.— Born, 
Bridgeton, N. J.; Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 1873, 
M. A., '87; Par. C, la., Ph. D., '89; Un. T. 
S., N. Y., '76; Lie '76, Pby. of New York; 
Ord. April, '87, Pby. of Nebraska City; S. S. 
North Bend, Neb., '76; S. S. Seward, Neb., 
'77-84; S.S. Goshen, Neb., '84-87; P. Brook- 
lyn, la., '87 — ; County Sup't Pub. Instruc- 
tion, Seward Co., Neb., '82-84. 

BENSON, Homer Henry, IVaunatosa, 
Wis.— Born, Hinesburgh,Vt., April 22, 1816; 
U. of Vt., B. A., '38; And. T. S., Mass., '44; 
Lie '44, Cong. Asso.; Ord. Feb., '45, Pbn. 
and Cong. Conv., Beloit, Wis.; P. Geneva, 
Wis., '44-54; P. Cong. Ch., Appleton, Wis., 
'54-58; P. Pbn. Ch., Mineral Point, Wis., '60- 
64; My. work among the Freedmen 8 yrs., 
'65-73; District Sup't Am. Bible Soc. for In- 



diana, '73-76; S. S. and P. different fields 15 
vrs; after fifty years of service in the niin. 
istry, H. R., '90—; Chapl. 10th Reg't Wis- 
Vol. Inf., '63-64. 

BENSON, James, North Peoria, III. 
—Born, Cedarville, 111.; Bel. T. C, Wis., B. 
A., 1893; McC. T. S., Chicago, '97; Lie and 
Ord. June 2, '97, Pby. of Peoria; P. Arcadia 
Ave., Pbn. Ch., Arcadia, 111., June, '97—. 

BENSON, Louis Fitz Gerald, 1904 
Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. — Born, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa.; U. of Pa., B. A., 1874, M. A., 
'77, D. D., '96; Prin. T. S., '87; Lie June 7, 
•86, Pby. of Philadelphia; Ord. May 10, '88, 
Pby. of Philadelphia, North; P. Ch. of the 
Redeemer, Germantown, Pa.; '88-94; Pres. 
Ch. Service Soc. of Pbn. Ch. in U. S. A.; 
Memb. Pbn. Bd. of Pub.; Trustee Pbn. Hos- 
pital, Phila.; Member Philadelphia Bar; 
author, Ed. Hymnal, '95; Ed. Hymnal for 
Social Service, '97; Hymns and Verses 
(Westminster Press, Phila., $1), '97; The Best 
Church Hymns (Pbn. Bd. of Pub., Phila.), 
'98. 

BENSON, Simon, Williamsville, III. 
—Born, Clarke Co., O.; Stud. Del. C, O., 
1881; McC. T. S., Chicago, '87; Ord. '87, Pby. 
of lowaCitv; P. Summit, la., '87-89; S. S. 
and P. WilUamsville, 111., '89-; P. Buffalo 
Hart, 111., '95—. 

BENT, Rufus Howard, Chining Chow 
{via Shanghai), China. — Bom, Chester Co., 
Pa., Sept. 23, 1850; U. of Pa., B. A., '78; Un. 
T. S., N. Y. and Prin.T. S.,'81; Memb. Pby. 
of West Jersey when appointed My. to China, 
'93—. 

BENTON, Alphonso L., Montrose, Pa. 
—Born, Cortland, N. Y.; Ham. C, N. Y., B. 
A., 1856, D. D., '96; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '59; 
Lie May 5, '58, Pby. of Cayuga; Ord. '61, 
Pby. of Ontario; P. to following Chs.: Lima, 
N. Y., '60-70, Buffalo, N. Y., '70-72, Fre- 
donia, N. Y., '72-82; Montrose, Pa., '82—. 

BENTZ, Henry, Santa Barbara, Cal. 
— Bom, Quirnheim. Bavaria, Ger. May 5, 
1827; Stud. F. and M. C, Pa.; Lie May 8, 
Ord. Aug. 9, '54, Tiffin Classis of Ohio Ref. 
Ch. of the U. S.; S. S. Ger. Ref. Ch., Fort 
Wayne, Ind., '54; P. Ger. Ref. Ch., Keokuk, 
la., '57-58; P. Warsaw, 111., '57-59; P. Clar- 
ence, N. Y., '59-82; P. Yankton, Dak., '82- 
84; P. Ger. Cong. Ch., Sutton, Neb., and 
surrounding Chs., '84-88; S. S. Glenville and 
Mt. Pleasant, '88-90; P. Ger. Pbn. Ch., 
Rilev, Kan., '90-94; Memb. Pby. of Topeka 
— H.' R. 

BENZING, Elias, 1788 Magnolia Ave., 
Statioti X, Chicago, III. — Born, Schwenn- 
ingen, Wuerttemberg, Germany; District 
Realschule; Lane T. S., O.. 1863; Lie. May 
8, '63, Pby. of Cincinnati; Ord. April 7, '64, 
Tiffin Classis Ger. Ref. Ch.; P. 2d Ger. Ref. 
Ch., Cleveland, O., '63-71; Cy. My. Cleve- 
land, O., '71-73; P. 1st Ger. Pbn. Ch., Ports- 
mouth, O.; S. S. Ger. Pbn. Chs. at Beuna 
Vista and Green Brier, O., '73-85; P. 1st Ger, 
Pbn. Ch., Chicago, 111., '85-91; P. Ger. Pbn. 
Ch., Woodstock, 111., '93—. 



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BERCOVITZ, Moses, /.ui^umi, \. M. 

— IJorii, Coiislaiitiiiopk', Tiirkev; St. Chris- 
schona, H..sel. Swit/.t-rland, 1HH2, Phn. T. S., 
Chilf, S. Am.. "Hti; \m\ •sii, Qnl. '87, Thy. of 
Chik', S. Am.; I'. Chilian Ch., Constitution, 
Chile, S. Am., 'Hr-lU; V. Ger. Pbn. Ch., Ga- 
lena, 111.. 'Hl-98; P. Indian Pbn. Ch., La- 
gima, N. M., '93—; author, "Discrepancies 
of the Bible," "Conversion Acconlinj^ to 
the Bible," " Bioffraphy of the Virj^n ]Mary 
According to the Gospel " (all in Spanish), 
".\ Due Answer to Bible Critics" ((rennan ), 
Hymn Book and Ap])endix (Indian Laguna 
I.ang. ), "The Jewish and Christian Atone- 
ment." 

BERGEN, George, Windham, N. V. 

— Born, Pekin, 111.; Wash. C, Kan., B. A., 
1HH7, Stud. IMcC. T. S., Chicago; Un. T. S., 
N. Y.; Ord. Sept. 23, '90, Pbv. of Hudson; 
P. E. White Lake, N. Y., 'Sil-'yi; S. S. Car- 
lisle, N. Y..'Vtl-92; S. S. Redfield, N. Y., 
•»3-yn; Ashland, N. Y., '95— . 

BERGEN, George S.— Memb. Pbyof Lo- 
diana, Syii. of India; P'oreign Missionary — . 

BERGEN, Paul D., C/ie/oo, C/iifi a. —Born, 
Bellek)iitaine, {)., July 19, 18H0; Par. C, la., 
B. A., '7(i; Lake V. U'., 111., B. A".. '80; vStud. 
Prin. T. S., 'HO; McC. T. S., Chicago, '83; 
Rlemb. Iowa Pby. when appointed My. to 
China, '83; Resigned, '92; Reappointed June, 
'94—. 

BERGEN, Sylvester Se.ovel, Belleville, 
/Iz.- Born, Franklin, Ind. ; Han. C, Ind., 
B. A., 1870, M. A., '74; vStud. Dan. T. S., Ky., 
2yrs.; Stud. Un. T. vS., N. Y., 1 yr.; Lie. 
April, Ord. Noy., '72, Pby. of Indianapolis; 
H. M. Texas, '72-7H; S. S. Somerset, '7t)-78; 
P. Tent, Fairchance and McClellandtown, 
Pby. of Redstone, ■;S-82; P. Laurel Hill, 
Redstone Pby.. '82-88; P. West Kishacoquil- 
las, Pa., May, '88—. 

BERGER, Albert Jacob, Indianola, la. 

— Born, Wa.shington Co., Pa.; Jeff. C, Pa., 
B. A., 1S()4; McC. T. S., Chicago, '(57; Lie. 
'()(5, Pby. of Chicago; Ord. '(J8, Pby. of 
Bloomington; S. S. Lincoln, 111., '68-70; S. 
S. Rockford, 111., '70-74, S. S. Champaign, 
111., '75-81; S. S. Indianola, la., '83-93; S. S. 
Cambridge City, Ind.— 97; Memb. Pby. of 
While Water—.' 

BERGER. Chplstian A., Osage City, Kan. 
— Born, I'ranklin Centre, la.; Ger. Sem., 
Dubuque, la., 1883; McC. T. S., Chicago, 
'8»; Lie. '85, Ord. '87, Pby. of Iowa; S. S. 
Lohryille, Charden and Rockwell City, la., 
'85 87; My. to Siam, '87-90; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Sac City, 'la., '90-9(i; P. l\. 1st Ch., Creston, 
la., '9«>-97; P. C^sage City, Kan., June, 97—; 
Mod. Pby. of Siam, '88; Treas. Siam Mis- 
sion, '89; Chm. F. M. Com., Sioux City Pby. 

BERGER, John Calvin, Great Bend, 
Kan.— Born, Franklin Centre, la.; Par. C, 
la., B. A., 1874; McC. T. S., Chicago, '97: 
Ord. Oct. 15, '97, Pby. of Larned; S. S! 
Winfield, la., '96; S. S. Medicine Lodge, 
Kan., '9H; P. K. Great Bend, Kan., June 1, 
•97—. 



BERK, John, Hickman, AV/>. — Born, 
Rossbach, Kreis Hersfeld, Kessen Kassel, 
Europe; Dub. Ger. Acd. and C, B. A., 1859; 
Dub. T. S., la., '(52; Lie. '(52, Pby. of Du- 
buque; Ord. '(52, Pby. of Milwaukee; P. Ger. 
Pbn. Ch., Richfield,' Wi.s., •(52-(54; Chapl. and 
Soldier Co. A. (5th Wis. Regt., 64-(55; P. 
Richfield, Wis., •()5-«6; P. Ger. Pbn. Ch., 
Rockyille, Wis., '66-77; P. Ger. Pbn. Ch., 
Hickman, Neb., '77 — ; Author, " Presbyter- 
ian Doctrine," " History and Happenings in 
Regiment and Churches." Dcr Evangelist 
and Der Presbyterian, Dubuque, la., Pbn. 
Ch. Kalendar, Hickman, Neb., '98. 

BERRY, A. Lincoln, Chnrdan, /a.— Born, 
Buffalo Hart, 111.; Blk. U., 111., B. A., 1889; 
McC. T. S., Chicago, '92; Lie Sept., '93, 
Pby. of Springfield; Ord. May 5, 96, Pby. of 
Fort Dodge; P. Churdan, la., April, '95 — . 

BERRY, Charles T.,82 Lee Ave., Brook- 
N. r.— Born, Doyer, N. J.; Prin. U., B. A., 
18(50, andM. A., '63; Un. T. S., N. Y., '68; 
Ord. March 17, '63—; P. Valatie, N. Y., '63- 
69; P. Caldwell, N. J., '(59-94; Prof. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. — ; Memb. Pby. of Newark — ; 
Two sons in the Pbn. Ministry. 

BERRY, Edward Payson, 130 Church 

St., Hoosick Falls, N. )'.— Born, Valatie, N. 
Y.; Stud. Prin. U.; Prin. T. S., 1896; Lie. 
Pby. of Newark; Ord. Pby. of Troy; P. 1st 
Pbn. Ch., Hoosick Falls, N. Y.; Author, Two 
Noyels: "Leah of Jerusalem " f( A. D. F. 
Randolph & Co. ) ; " Where the Tides Meet ' ' 
( .A.rena Pub. Co. ). 

BERRY, Fpanklin P., Maryville, Mo. 
—Born, Doyer, N. J.; Prin. U., B. A., 1872, 
M. A., '75; Un. T. S., N. Y., '75; Lie. April 
14, '75, Pby. of Morris and Orange; Ord. 
Oct. 3, '77, Pby. of Emporia; S. S. \Valnut 
Valley and New Salem, Kan.. "77-78; S. S. 
and P. IstCh., Wellington, Kan., '78-81; S. 
S. 1st Ch., Salem, Ore., '81-84; P. 1st Ch., 
Kansas City, (Wyandotte 2 yrs.) '84-94; P. 
Fl Marj'ville, Mo'., Sept., '94 — . 

BERRY, Geopge Titus, Troy, N. Y. 
—Born, Valatie, N. Y., May 20, 1865; Prin. 
v., B. A., '87; Prin. T. S., '92; Ord. June 16, 
'92, Pby. of Newark; Traveling, '93—; P. 2d 
St. Pbn. Ch., Troy, N. Y.— . 

BERRY, James F., Walsenbnrg, Col. 
— Memb. Pbv. of Pueblo; S. S. Walsenburg, 
Col.—. 

BERRYHILL, Franklin, Bellbrook, O. 
—Born, Augusta Co., Va., March 1, 1811; 
B. A., '38; Stud. Theol. under John Mat- 
thews, D. D., Prof, in Han. T. S. (McC. T. 
S.). "39; Lie. and Ord. '40, Pby. of Miami 
(Dayton Pby.) 

BESHGETOUR, S. Horace, Allegany, 
N. Y. — Born, Harpoot, Armenia; Euphrates 
C. of Harpoot, B. A., 1882; Aub. T. S., N. 
Y., '89; Ltc. '88, Pby. of Cayuga; Ord. '89, 
Pby. of Niagara; P. Barre Centre, N. Y., 
'89-92; P. Cong. Ch., North Evans, N. Y., 
"92-94; P. Allegany, N. Y., '94—. 

BESS, Elmer A., Ashland, A'an.—Bom, 
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S Dan. T. S., Ky., '97; Lie '96, Pby. of Cin- 

C cinnati; Ord. '97, Pby. of Larned; S. S. and 

C P. E. Bshland and Coldwater, Kan., June 1, 

n ■ '97-. 

BEST, Isaac 0., Mayfield, N. 1'.— Born, 
IV Oswegatchie, N. Y.; Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., 

'i 1867, M. A., '70? O. B. K., '76; Lie. April 10, 

d '72, Ord. June 17, '73, Pby. of Rochester; P. 

f( Otisco, N. Y., '72-75; Prin. Clinton Gram- 

mar Sch., '75-91; P. Broadalbin and May- 
_ field, N. Y., '91 — ; Asst. Prin. Bloomsburg 

^ State Normal Sch., Pa., '67-71; Prin. Acd. 

I Mt. Morris, N. Y., '71-72. 

BEST, Jacob, Coventry, N. K— Born, 
S Livingston, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1823; Wms. C, 

1 Mass., B. A., '44; Un. T. S., N. Y., '48; Lie. 
'48, Ord. Dec, '48, 3d Pby. of New York; 

1 My. to Gaboon, W. Africa., '49-61; S. S. and 

^, P. Waymart, Pa., '64-75; S. S. and P. Brook- 

'I lyn. Pa., '75-96; H. R. Pby. of Lackawanna, 

^ '95—. 

I BEST, James, Westefville, C*.— Memb. 

£ Pby. of Columbus—; S- S. Central College 

1 Ch., Westerville, O.— . 

BETHEL, Horace Orlando, Shawano, 
Wis. — Born, Oregon, Wis. ; Ripon C, Wis., 

^ B. A., 1893, M. A., '97; McC. T. S., Chicago, 

'96; Lie. April 11, '95, Ord. June 9, '96, Pby. 

y of Winnebago; S. S. Chs. during vacations; 

P. E. and P. 1st Ch., Shawano, Wis., May 17, 

2 '86—. 

>i 

BETHEL, Wm. Leonidas, 706 Chestnut 
St., Winston, J\\ C. — Born, Clemonville, N. 
C, May 4, 1851; Stud. Lin. U., Pa,, (special 
course) '79; Lii*. T. S., Pa., '82; Lie April, 
'82, Pby. of Chester; Ord. Sept., '83, Pby. of 
Catawba; S. S. Fairview and Fair Forest; 
Founded Chs.; Spartanburg, S. C, Bowers 
Chapel, Welford, S. C, Stuart, Va., German- 
ton, N. Y., and Jonesboro, N. C; My. and 
S. S. Winston, N. C, Mt. Airj^; H. M. near 
Winston, N. C, Houghes Sch. House, Stork 
Co., and Clarks Mem. Ch., Danbury, N. C. — . 

BEVIER, Herbert Newkirk, 20 Satoim 
St., San Francisco, Cat. — Born, Ellenville, 
N. Y.; " Sec. Y. M. C. A., fean Jose, Ca.l;" 
San Fran. T. S., Cal., 1893; Lie. '92, Ord. 
Dec, '93, Pby. of San Francisco; S. S. '92- 
93 then P. Mem. Pbn. Ch., San Francisco, 
Cal., Dec, '93—. 

BEVINGTON, Cyrus L., Boggstown, Ind. 
— Memb. Pby. of White Water; S. S. Boggs- 
town, '97—. 

BEYER, Evert G., Hazelton, /a.— Born, 
Pella, la.; Central C, la., B. A., 1884, M. 
A., '87; N. B. T. S., N. J., '87; Lie Maj^ '87, 
R. Ch. A. Classis of New Brunswick; Ord. 
March, '88, Pby. of Dubuque; P. Fairly and 
Buncombe, la."^, '87-89; P. Coggon, la', '89- 
92; P; Littleton and Otterville, la., '92-93; 
P. Hazelton, Littleton and Otterville, la., 
'93-94; P. Hazelton, Otterville and Stanley, 
la., '94 — ; Chm. Com. Ministerial Relief and 
Publication and S. S. Work; Coms to Gen. 
Ass., '93; Vice-Pres. Iowa State S. S. Asso., 
1 yr.; Del. to World's S. S. Conv. at London, 
'89; traveled in Europe, '89. 



BEYRER, Charles C, Kirklin, In 
— Born, Stettin, Wurtemburg, Germany ' 
Wn. C, B. S., 1872, M. S., '76; Stud. The< 
under Conf. of Ev. Asso.; Lie. and Or 
Sept. 14, '74, by Indiana Conf. Ev. Ass( 
Rec by Dayton Pby., '92; S. S. State Lin 
Marshfield and West Lebanon group, '92-9 
S. S. Kirklin, Elizaville and Terhune grou 
May 1, '94-97—; S. S. KirkHn, '97—. 

BICKENBACH, Augustus Riehar 

D'lxon, III. — Born, Freeport, 111 • Wo L 
O., B. A., 1880, M. A., '83; Un. T. S., N. \ 
'83; Ord. May 14, '83, Pby. of New Yor 
H. M. Marshfield, Ore., '83-84; S. S. Jac 
sonville and Phoenix, Ore., '84-86; S. S ai 
P. Glendale, Cal., '86-90; Pbl. M. and S. 
Monticello, la., '90-91; P. Lvons, la., '91-9 
S. S. Dixon, 111., '95 and P. Oct., '95—, 

BICKERSTAPF, Georg-e L., Castro, Br 
zil, S. A. — Born, East Branch, Pa., April 2 
1864; Wo. U., O., B. A., '92; Lane T. S., 
'94; Memb. Erie Pby. when appointed M 
to Brazil, S. A., '94—. 

BICKFORD, Levi Francis, Poplar Bhq 
Mo.—lB,ox-n., Hartford, Ind.; Ob. C, O ] 
A., 1868, M. A., '71; Tr. U., Tex., Ph D 
'93; Ob. T. S., O., '71; Ord. '72, by Con. 
Ch.; Rec. by Pbn. Ch., '90; Labored in tl 
Cong. Ch. in Mich., Ohio, 111. and Mo.; Pro 
Daniel Baker College, Tex., '90-94; P. 1 
Pbn. Ch., Poplar Bluff, Mo., '94—. 

BICKNELL, George Eagleton, Syn 

cuse, Kan. — Born, Madisonville, Tenn. ; Stu( 
MaryvilleC.,Tenn.; LaneT.S.,0.; Ord'.Aug 
'76; S. S. Buffalo and Conway, Mo., Stor 
Chapel and Indianola, Kan.; S. S. Parke 
\'ille and Morris, New Salem and Walnx 
Valley, Hartland and Lakin, Kendall, Edwi 
and Coolidge, Kan.; S. S. Syracuse, Kan.- 
Served in the H. M. for past 10 yrs., Cos. ( 
Grant, Stanton, Hamilton and Kerney, Kai 

BIEDERWOLF, Wm. Edward, Logan, 
port, Ind.—Born, Monticello, Ind., Prin. U 
B. A., 1892, M. A., '95; Prin. T. S.; Ore 
Sept. 10, '96, Pby. of Logansport; P. Broac 
way Pbn. Ch., Logansport, Ind. — . 

BIGELOW, Dana Williams, C/tica, A 
F.— Born, Waterville, N. Y.; Ham. C, ^ 
Y., B. A., 1865; Aub. T. N., N. Y., '68; Li( 
April, '67, Pby. of Cayuga; Ord. Sept., '6^ 
Pby. of Syracuse; P. Fayetteville, N. Y. 
'68-72; P. Pitcher, N. Y., '72-77; P. Mem 
Ch., Utica, N. Y., April, '77—. 

BIGELOW, George Hooper, Io?ie, Cat 
— Born, San Francisco, Cal.; Prin. V., B. A. 
1890; Prin. T. S., '93; Lie. April 5, Ord 
April 6, '95, Pby. of Sacramento; P. lone 
Cal., Feb. 6, '96—. 

BIGGAR, David Irving, Vernon Cen 
tre, N. Y. — Born, Huntingdon, Quebec, Can. 
Amh. C, Mass.,'B. A., 1862; Aub. T. S., N 
Y., '65; Lie. '64, Pby. of Cayuga; Ord. '68 
Pby. of Utica; S. S. Norwich Corners, N. Y. 
'66-66; S. S. Verona, N. Y., '67-77; P. Camil 
lus, N. Y., '78-86; P. Owasco, N. Y., '86-91 
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BIGGER, David Dwight, Columbus, O. 
— Hum, rutslmrg, Ta.; Moii. C. 111., B. A., 
1875, M. A., 78; Ilcid. C, O.. D. D., '88; 
McC. T. S., Chicago, '78; Lie. May 1. '77, 
I'by. of Logansport; Onl. Aj)ril 15, '75), Pby. 
of Huron; I'. Isi Ch., Tiffin, O., •78-9(5; Syn. 
vSupt. Syn. of Ohio, Nov. 1, '9<)— ; Author, 
" Famous Sons of Ohio," "Life and Public 
Ser\-ices of Gen. Wni. II. Gibson," "A 
Christmas Night Idyl and Other Poems;" 
Corns, to Gen. Ass., Saratoga, '81, Portland, 
Ore., '92; Trustee VVooster U. and Pres. Bd. 
of Trustees Green Spring Acd. — . 

BIGGER, Robert Rush, Wheeling, JV. 
ra. — Horn, New Concord, ().; Musk. C, O., 
B. A.. 1891, M. A., '94; McC. T. S., Chicago, 
'94; Lie. and Ord. '93, Pby. of Rock River; 
P. Peniel and Millersburg, 111., '93-95; P. 
3d Pbn. Ch., Wheeling, W. Va., '95— ; Au- 
thor, "Duties of Church Members;" Stud. 
of Sociology leading to degree of Ph.D. — . 

BIGGER, Samuel R., Essex. N. V. 
—Born. Bavington, Pa.; Wm. C, Mo., B. A., 
18«>4; Xenia U. Pbn. T. S.,0., '(57; Lie. April, 
'86, U. P. Pbv. of Monmouth; Ord. Sept., 
'68, U. P. Pby' of Arg\'le; Rec. by the Pbn. 
Ch., '85; P. U. P. Ch., Putnam, N. J., '68-80; 
P. U. P. Ch., Greenwich, N. J., '80-84; P. 
Pbn. Ch., Johnsonville, N. J., '88-94; P. Pbn. 
Ch., Es.se.x, N. J., '94—. 

BIGGS, Henry W., Chillicothe, C— Born, 
Frankford (Philadelphia), Pa.; Cinti. C, O., 

B. A.; Wo. U., O.. D. D., 1873 or '74; Prin. 
T. S., '51; Lie. '51, Pby. of Cincinnati; Ord. 
Ev. '52, Pby. of Crawfordsville; H. M. Boone 
Co., Ind., and near Indianapolis, Ind., 2 yrs. ; 
S. S. Princeton, Ind.; S. S. Lebanon, Ind.; 
S. S. Morgantown, W. Va.; P. Chillicothe, 
O., '64-92; H. R. Memb. Pby. of Chilli- 
cothe—. 

BIGLER, Barton B., Frankfort, Ind. 
— Born, Angola, Ind., Normal C, Logans- 
port, Ind., B. A., 188(5; McC. T. S., Chicago, 
'91; Ord. Sept., '91, Pby. of Lansing; P. 1st 
Ch., Jackson, Mich.. '91-93; S. S. 2d Ch.. 
Jonesboro, Tenn., '93-96; P. 1st Ch., Frank- 
fort, Ind., '96—; Author, " Syllabus of U. S. 
Historv " (W. D. Pratt, Logansport, Ind., 
60c. ), '87. 

BILL, A. Wesley, Milwaukee, Wis. 
— Born, Gla.stonbury, Conn.; Stud. Wab. C., 
Ind., "ly^ yrs., and C. of Phys. and Surgeons, 
N. Y. Cy., 2 yrs.; Chicago T. S., 1873; Ord. 
Sept. 9, '73, Cong. Asso. of Chicago; P. Beth- 
any Cong. Ch., Chicago, 111., '73-74; P. 1st 
Pbn. Ch., Menominee, Mich., '74-86; S. S. 
1st Pbn. Ch., Beloit, Wis., '86-87: P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Menominee, Mich., '87-91; S. S. 1st 
Pbn. Ch., North Gainesville, Tex., 3 mos., 
'92; P. Wm. Pbn. Ch., Milwaukee, Wis., 
'92—. 

BILLINGSLEY, Amos Stevens, States- 
7'ille, N. r.— Born, ?:ast Palestine, O.; Jeff. 

C, Pa., B. A., 1847; Bid. U., N. C, D. D.; 
\Vn. T. S., Pa., '60; Lie. '51, Ord. '64, Pby 
of Lisbon; S. S. Fast Palestine, O.; P. Slip- 
pery Rock, Beaver Pby., 3 yrs.; H. M. Ne- 
braska, '56-61; H. M. Denver, Colo., '61-63; 



Chapl. lOl.st Pa. Vols., '63, kfterwards U. S. 
Chapl.; P. Xenia, O., '69; H. M. to 4 Chs. 
for Freedmen, Statesville, N. C, '69-97; Au- 
thor, ' ' From the Flag to the Cross, or Chris- 
tianity in the War" (Claxton, Remsens & 
H., Phila.), '72; '-LifeofRev. George White- 
field " (P. W. Zeigler, Phila. ), '7H; " Sources 
of Pulpit Power" (Argvle Press); "Life of 
Saint Paul " (in MSS. );" Died Oct. 12, '97. 

BILLINGSLEY, John Alven, 446 Macon 
SI., Brooklyn, N. Y. — Born, Sharonville, O.; 
Wayn. C, Pa., B. A., 1878, M. A., '80; Un. 
T. S., N. Y., '80; Lie. Oct. 23, '75, Ord. Aug. 
25, '77, Pby. of Miami Cumb. Pbn. Ch.; P. 
C. Pbn. Ch., Oxford, Miss., '81; P. Mann 
Chapel R. Ch., N. Y. City, '82-89; P. Beth- 
any Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., '90—. 

BILLMAN, Howard, Tucson, Arizona. 
—Born, West Carlisle. O., Dee. 20, 1854; 
Wab. C, Ind., B. A., '78; Aub. T. S., N. Y., 
'79; Lane T. S., O., '81; Ord. '82, Pbv. of 
Cincinnati; P.Clifton, O., '82—; Memb. Pby. 
of Arizona; Pres. Tucson, Arizona — . 

BINGHAM, John Shephard, Nashville, 
7>«;/.— Born, Verona, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1834; 
Prin. U., B. A., '58; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '60- 
63; Memb. Pby. of Louisville; Prof., Nash- 
ville, Tenn. — . 

BINGHAM, Wm. Randolph, Oxford, 
ya.— Born, Getty.sburg, Pa.; Jeff. C, Pa., B. 
A. and M. A.; W^n. T. S., Pa., 1847; Lie. 
April, '48, Pbv. of Donegall; Ord. Feb., '48, 
Pby. of Philadelphia; P. Great Vallev, '47- 
59; P. 1st Ch., Oxford, Pa., '60-62; H. M. 
Avondale and vicinity, including Chs. at 
Avondale, West Grove, TougJ^kenamon, Lon- 
don Grove, Auburn, Hepbums Quarries, Pa., 
May, '73-90; Prof. Sy.stematic Theology, Lin- 
coln LI., '90 — ; Trustee Lincoln U., '61 — , and 
Pres. Bd. of Trustees of same, '93 — . 

BIRCH, George Washington Fleming, 

6j7 East 136th St., New York, N. Y. — Bom, 
Claysville, Pa.; W'. C, Pa., B. A., 1858, M. 
A., '61; Centre C, Kv., D. D., '85; W^ Va. 
U. LL.D., '95; Wn. T.'S., Pa., '61; Lie. April 
19, '60, Pby. of Washington; Ord. Jan. 1, '62, 
Pby. of Sangamon; P. 3d Ch., Springfield, 
111., '62-69; P. 2d Ch., Lexington, Kv., '70- 
73; P. 3d Ch., Indianapolis, Ind., '73-76; P. 
Bethany Ch., N. Y. City, '79—; Adjunct 
Prof., Washington C, Pa., '60; S. C. Pby. of 
Sangamon, '63-69; Pby. of Indianapolis, '74r- 
76; Pby. of New York, '94—. 

BIRD, Albert Allen, Wilcox, Pa,— Bom, 
Brookland, Pa.; Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 1884, M. 
A., '87; Un. T. S., N. Y., '87; Lie. '86, Ord 
'87, Pby. of Huntingdon; P. Houtzdale, Pa., 
'87-91; P. Wilcox and Johnsonburg, Pa., 
'91—; Mod. Pby. of Clarion; Del. to Syn. 
and Gen. Asso. 

BIRD, George Robert, 2025 N. St., 
Sacramento, Cat. — Born, London, England, 
April 23, 1849; Stud. King's C, London 
Eng.; Aub. T. S., N. Y., San Fran. T. S. 
Cal., '80; Lie. April 14, '74, Pbv. of Buffalo 
Ord. Oct. 14, '74, Pby. of Dubuque; P. Frank 
ville, la., '74-76; H. M. in Utah Ter., '76-80 
P. 1st Ch., Seattle, Wash., '80-83; P. 14th 



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St. Pbn. Ch., Sacramento, Cal., '83-89; P. 
Cong. Ch., Oroville, Cal., '93-96; P. Pbn. Ch., 
Colusa, Cal., '96-97; Memb. Pby. of Sacra- 
mento — . 

BIRD, William, Abeih, Syria. — Born, 
Malta, Aug., 1823; Dart C, N. H., B. A., 
'44; And T. S., Mass., '60; My. to Syria un- 
der A. B. C. F. M., March 14, '53; Trans- 
ferred to Pbn. Bd. of F. M., '70—. 

BISBEE, Frank H., Almond, N. V. 
—Born, Deposit, N. Y.; Stud. Park C, la.; 
Aub. T. S., N. Y., 1894; Lie. April 18, '93, 
Pby. of Binghamton; Orel. April 18, '94, Pbv. 
of Steuben.; S. S. Sherman, Pa., '93-94; S. 
S. and P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Almond, N. Y., June 
1, '94—. 

BISCHOFF, John W., Upper Lehigh, 
Pa.— Born, Newark, N. J.; New. T. Sch., B. 
A., 1877; New. T. S. N. J., '80; Lie. June 8, 
'80, Pby. of Newark; Ord. April, '81, Pby. of 
West Jersey; P. Swedesboro and Woodbury, 
N. J., '80-84; P. Upper Lehigh and S. S. 
Sandy Run, Pa., '85—, and S. S. Freeland, 
Pa., '93—; P. C. Pby. of Lehigh, '87—. 

BISHOP, Albert Castle, Keeseville, N. 
F.— Born, Warrensburg, N. Y. ; U. Cy., N. 
Y., B. A., 1860; Un. T. S., N. Y.,'63; Lie 
'63, Ord. '64, 3d Pbv. of New York; P. War- 
rensburg, N. Y., '63-65; P. Sandlake, N. Y., 
'65-75; P. West Trov, N. Y., '75-79; P. Un- 
adilla, N. Y., '79-87; P. Keeseville, N. Y., 
'87—. 

BISHOP, Arthur Fenn, Detiison, Tex. 
—Bom, Athens, Ga.; U. of Ga., B. A., 1884; 
Stud. Berlin U., Ger., 1 yr.; Lane T. S., O., 
'90; Lie. '88, Pby. of Athens; Ord. '88, Pby. 
of Montana; P. Deer Lodge, Mont., '88-89; S. 
S. Bond Hill, O., '89-90, and P., '90-92; P. 
Trinity Ch., Avondale, Cincinnati, O., '93-95; 
S. S. 1st Ch., Denison, Tex., '96—; Traveled 
on Continent and in the East, '92-93. 

BISHOP, Serene Edwards, Honolulu, 
H. I. — Born, Kaawaloa, Hawaii, Feb. 17, 
1827; Amh. C, Mass., B. A., '46; Aub. T. S., 
N. Y., '48-51; Ord. June, '52, Pby. of New 
York; Seamen's Chapl., Lahaina, '63-62; My. 
Haua, '62-66; Prin. Lahainaluna Sem., '65-77; 
Ev. Honolulu, H. I.—. 

BISHOP, William, Salina, Aaw.— Born, 
Whitburn, Scotland; 111. C, B. A., 1847, M. 
A., '50, D. D.,'72; Prin. T. S.,'50; Lie April, 
'50, 2d Pby. of New York; Ord. Jan. ,'54, Pby. 
of Madison; Served the following Chs. in 
Kans. : 1st Pbn., Lawrence, '58-60, Salina, 
'61-64, Highland, '65-69; Independence, '75- 
78; S. S. and Ev. some yrs. after '78; Prof, 
in 111. C, 50-52; Prof, in Han. C, Ind., '52-58; 
Supt. Pub. Instruction, '70-74 and '79-83; 
Prof. Salina, Kan. — . 

BISSELL, AHen Page, Charlotte, N. C. 
—Born, Essex Co., N. Y.; U. of Vt., B. A., 
1858, M. A.. '61, D. D., '84; U. of Leipsie, 
Ger., Ph. D., '84; Un. T. S., N. Y., '68; Lie. 
May, '68, Cong. Asso. New York and Brook- 
lyn; Ord. Oct. 18, '68, Pby. of Mankato; P. 
Blue Earth City, Minn., '68-71; P. Menomi- 
nee, Mich., '71-72; Prof. Blackburn U., Car- 
linville, 111., '72-76; Instructor in Hebrew, 



Lane T. S., O., '76-77; S. S. Delhi, O.,' 78-82; 
Stud. Leipsie, Germany, '82-84; P. Shelter 
Island, N. Y., '84-89; S. S. Port Henry, N Y., 
'90-91; Prof, of Hebrew, BiddleU., Charlotte, 
N. C, '91—; Author, " The Law of Asylum, 
in Israel," 84. 

BISSELL, Charles lA.^Silver Cliff, Colo. 
— Born, South Windsor, Mass.; Wms. C, 
Mass., B. A.; Hart. T. S., Conn., 1861; Lie! 
June, '60, Ord., '62, Asso. of North Hartford; 
Served Cong. Chs. in Conn., 6 yrs., Iowa, 20 
vrs. ; Ser%-ed Pbn. Chs. in Colo. , La Veta and 
Rouse, '91-92, Silver Cliff, '96—. 

BISSELL, Lemuel Ballantine, Monroe, 
Mich. — Born, Ahmednagar, India; Ad. C, O., 
B. A., 1876; Yale Div. Sch., '80; Lie. April 
29, '79, Asso. Pastors of New Haven, Conn.; 
Ord. Sept. 21, '80, Eastern Conf. Cong, Ch.; 
S. S. Cong. Ch., Memphis, Mich., '80-82; P. 
Pbn. Ch.,Caro, Mich., '82-90; P. Pbn. Ch., 
Monroe, Mich., Jan., '90—. 

BITTINGER, Benjamin F., 638 F. St., 
S. W., Washington, D. C. — Born, Waynes- 
boro, Pa.; Pa. C, D. D.; Prin. T. S., 1847; 
Ord. Nov. 2, '47, Pby. of Luzerne; Served the 
following Chs.: Tamaqiia, Pa., '47-50; Lew- 
ins\nlle. Pa., '50-57, Washington, D. C., '57- 
63; ElHcotts City, '63-67; Wm. Ch., Washing- 
ton, D. C, '68—; S. C. Pby. of Washington 
City, '73—; Author, "Manual of Pbn. Law 
and Usage, (Pbn. Bd. of Pub., 75c.). 

BIXLER, Cassius Edwin, Larangueros, 
Brazil.— "Rom, Eshcol, Pa., Oct. 10, 1862; 
Prin. U., B. A., '92, M. A., '95; Prin. T. S., 
'95; Lie. Pby. of New Brunswick; Ord. Sept., ' 
'96, Pby. of Fort Dodge; My. to Brazil, '96; 
Larangueros, '96 — ; Pbj'. of Fort Dodge — . 

BJERRING, Nicholas, Nezv York,N.Y. 
—Memb. Pby. of New York; P. Ch. of the 
Redeemer New York Q.\\.y — . 

BLACK, George B., 3Tendota,Ill.—^orn, 
Lawreneeburg, Ind.; Wit. C, O., B. A., M. 
A., 1874; Wit. T. S., O., '72; Lie. Oct.' '72, 
Ord. Oct., '73, Lutheran Syn. of Northern 
Illinois; Ree. by Pby. of Ottawa, '75; Served 
the following Chs. : Eng. Lutheran Ch., 
Springfield, 111., '74-75; Pbn. Ch., Sandwich, 
111., '75-77; El Paso, 111., '77-80; Maroa, 111., 
'81-84; Henry, HI., '85-87; S. S. Heyworth, 
111., '87; Neoga, 111., '88-91; Earlville, 111., 
'92 — ; S. S. for a short time Chs. at Milan 
and Kansas, 111. 

BLACK, James P., Manchester, S. D. 
—Born, Savannah, O.; Frank. C, O., B. A.; 
U. P. A., T. S., Pa., '62; Lie, '61, U. P. Pby. 
of Mansfield; Ord., '64, Pby. of Des Moines; 
Served the following V. Pbn. Chs.: Albia, 
la., '63-66; Mt. Pleasant, la.; Boonsborough, 
( Boone, ) la. ; Keosangua, la. ; Jacksonville, 
Pa., '75-79; Hiawatha, Kan., '79-82; Pbn. 
Chs., Craig, Neb. ,'83-85; Kenesaw, Neb.,'85- 
87; Nampa, Idaho, '88-93; Johnson, Wash., 
'93-95; Castlewood, S. D., '96-97; Manchester, 
S. D., '87—. 

BLACK, James T., 59 Monmouth St., 
East Boston, Mass. — Born, Grant Co., Wis.; 
Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., 1884; Lane T. S., O., 
'88; Lie. April 19, '87, Ord. Sept. 18, '88, Pby. 



17 i 



The I'RESBVTKRIAN MlNISTKRIAI, DiRKCTORV (NORTHERN), ISHS. 



of Zaiicsvillc; V. I'redericklown, O., '88-90; 
P. 1st Ch.. Hast Boslcjii, ISIass., April, "JtO— ; 
Del. tt) C.LU. Ass. I'orllaiid, '!»*2. 

BLACK, John Alexander, Aim/ Palmyra, 
N. y. — Born, Grove City, I'a.; Pine (xrove 
Noniial Aal. and ])rivate tuli)rs; Aub. T. S., 
N. v., 1897; I.ic. and Ord. April l;{, 'i»7, Pbv. 
of Buffalo, P. Kast Palmyra, N.V., May, M)7—. 

BLACK, John G., Wooster, a— Born, 
CcnlcrT])., ().; Kenyon C, O., B. A., 1874; 
Stud. Prin. T. S., 2 yrs., and Kdin1)ur<(, Scot. 
1 yr.; I.ic. April, '7fi, Ord. Oct. 80. Phv. of 
St. Clairsville; P. Rockhill, Wegee and Cole- 
brook, O. '80-S(i; S. S. Wavne, O., 10 vrs.; 
Tea. I", of Wooster, O., '87—. 

BLACK, John G., Monroe, Imi.—'Rorn, 
London. Pa.; Grove Cv. C, Pa., B. A., I88(i; 
\Vn. T. S., Pa., '!»1; U'c, '90, Pbv. of Butler; 
Ord., '91, Pby. of Redstone; Served the fol- 
lowing Chs.: Dawson and Tvronc, Pa. ,'91-92; 
Bethel and Darlington, Ind.', '92-96; Walker- 
ton and Rolling Prairie, Ind., '9(i-97: S. S. 
Monon, Bedford and Buffalo, Ind., '97 — . 

BLACK, Samuel Charles,.?// g/st St., 

C/iicai^^o, III. — Born, IMonticello, la.; Par. C, 
la., B. A., 1.S92; McC. T. S., Chicago, '97; S. 
S. Kewanee, 111., '95-97; S. S. South Chicago, 
111., '97—. 

BLACKBURN, Charles Stanley, Oroo- 
iniah, JYrsia. — Born, Chicago, 111., Dec. 20, 
1870; Pierre U., S. D., B. A., '98; McC. T. S., 
Chicago, '92-94; Prin. T. S.,'96; Memb. Pby. 
of Central Dakota when appointed My. to 
Persia, '96 — . 

BLACKBURN, D. Asa, 4 Winthrop Place, 
Nciu York, ]SI. Y. — Born, Greenville, Tenn. ; 
Nat. Nor. U., O., B. A., 1887; Dav. C, N. C, 
M. A., '90; Col. T. S., S. C, '93; Lie, '92, 
Pby. of Harinonv; Ord., IMav, '93, Pbv. of 
Charleston; P. Wm. Ch., Charleston, S'. C, 
'93-95; P. Ch. of the Strangers, N. Y. Citv, 
April 1, '93—. 

BLACKBURN, John Irwin, Covington, 
Ky. — Born, \\estnioreland Co., Pa.; W. and 
J. C.,Pa.,B. A., 1878, M. A., '81; Mi. U.,0., 
D. D., '93; Lie. April, '80, Pbv. of Redstone; 
Ord. June, '81, Pby. of Blairsville; Ser\'ed 
Chs.: IMurrvsville, Pa., '81-86; Portsmouth, 
O., '86-89; P. 1st Ch., Covington, Ky., '89—. 

BLACKBURN, Robert Marshall, AVr^ 
Scotland, N. }'.— Born, Albauv, N. V., Jan. 
28, I8(i8; Wms. C.,:Mass., B. A., '89; Prin. T. 
S., '92; Ord. June 13, '93, Pbv. of Albanv; 
P. New Scotland, N. Y., '93— ." 

BLACKBURN, Wm Maxwell, East 
Pierre, S. /^.— Born, Carlisle, Ind.; Han. C, 
Ind., B. A. and M. A.; Prin. U., D. D., 1870; 
W. U., O., LL. D., '94; Prin.T. S.,'54; Lie. 
April, '53, Pby. of New Brunswick; OnL 
Sept. '54, Pby. of Lake, Ind.; Served the 




mick T. S., Chicago, '68-81; Pres. U. of N. 
Dak.. Grand Forks, N. D., '84-85; Pres. 
Pierre U., Pierre, S. D., July, '86—; Author, 



Sunday Sch. books, "Maxwell," and Biog- 
raphy (Pbu. Bd. of Pub.); "History of the 
Christian Church " (M. E. Book Concern, 

Cin'ti, O.; $2.50). 

BLACKFORD, John Hosaek, Lafayette, 
<^A^Born, Martin's Ferr^', (.).; W. and J. C., 
Pa., B. A., 1865, and M.'A.; Wn. T. S., Pa.,' 
"70; April, '69, Pby. of St. Clairsville; Ord'. 
Jan., '71, Pby. of Steubenville; S. S. Crab 
Apple, O., '69; S. S. Beech Spring, O., '70, 
and P. '71-75; P. Yellow Creek, O., '7()-84; 
P. Bakersville and Linton, O., '85-96; S. S. 
in connection with work at Bakersville and 
Linton, O., '89-92; Memb. Pbv. of Steuben- 
ville—. 

BLACKMAN, Rollin E., Avoca, Iowa. 
— Born, Lawrence, Kan.; Kan. State U., 
B.A., 1895; Omaha T. S., Neb., '97; Ord. 
April, '97, Pby. of Council Bluffs; P. Avoca, 
la.. April '97 — . 

BLACK WELL, Alvin, Coolbaugh's, Pa. 
— Born, Pennington, N. J.. Sept. 26, 1859; 
Prin. U., B. A., '84; Prin. T. S., '89; Ord. 
July 9, '89, Pby. of New Castle; P. Bridge- 
ville Del. and Federalsburg, Md., '89-92; S. 
S. Middle Smithfield and Lehigh, Pa., '92-93, 
and P. of same, '93 — . 

BLACKWELL, Harlelgh.— Born, Rich- 
mond, Kv.; Han. C, Ind., B. A., 1840; McC. 
T. S., Chicago, '43; Lie. April, '43, Pbv. of 
New Albanv; Ord. April, '44, Pby. of St. 
Louis; P. Flint Hill, Mo., '44-62; Memb. St. 
Louis Pby. — . 

BLAIR, Georg-e A., Corvallis, Mont. 
—Lie, 1889, Pbv. of Cavuga; Ord., '90. Pby. 
of Waterloo; S.' S. Conrad, la., '90-91; S. S. 
Corvallis, Stevensville, IMont., "9() — . 

BLAIR, James Edward, J.'yrtle Poitit, 
Ore. — Born, P^aii-mount, Kv.; Stud. Cumb. 
U.,Tenn.; Lie, '86, Pbv. of Kentucky, Cumb. 
Pbn. Ch.; Ord. Aug., '89, Pbv. of Rushville, 
Cumb. Pbn. Ch.; Served Cumb. Pbn. Chs. as 
follows: Girard, 111., "89-91; Gibson Citv, IlL, 
91-92; Salem, Ore., '92-94; Rec. by Pby. of 
Kast Oregon, April 15, '94; S. S. Union, Ore.. 
'94-96; S. S. Mvrtle Point, Ore., April, 1, 
'96—. 

BLAIR, John Allan, Terrc Haute, Ind. 
— Born, Crawfordsville, Ind.; Wab. C, Ind., 
B. A., 1893; Un. T. S., N. Y., '96; Lie Mav, 
'95, Pby. of Crawfordsville; Ord. Nov., '96, 
Pbv. of Yincennes; P. Washington Ave. Pbn. 
Ch'., Terre Haute, Ind., '96—. 

BLAIR, Wm. Henry, Lafayette, Ind. 
—Born, Beaver Co., Pa.; Mou. C, 111., B. A., 
1859, M. A., '62; Stud. Mon. T. S., 111., 2 yrs., 
and Xenia T. S., O., 1 yr.; Lie April, '61, 
Pbv. of Monmouth; Ord. April, '63, Pby. of 
Michigan. U. P. Ch.; P. U. P. Ch., Centre- 
ville, Mich., '63-66; P. Pierceton, O. S. Pres., 
'66-71; P. Prairie Du Sac, Wis., '71-72; S. S. 
Spring Lake, ]Mich., '72-77; S. S. Lecosshe, 
'77-77; S. S. Stony Creek, '79-84; S. S. Parma, 
'84-85; S. S. Spring Lake, '85-86; S. S. Bun- 
Oak., '86-87; S. S. R ,'87-91; S. S. INIan- 

ville, O., '91-93; S. S. Rossville, Ind., '93-94; 
S. S. Winona and S. S. various Chs. ; H. R. 
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BLAKE, Charles Wm., Lake George, N. 
K.— Born, Peru, Ind., June 22, 1857; Prin. 
T. S., '89; Ord. Sept. 16, '90, Pby. of Troy; 
S. S. Caldwell, N. Y., and P. '90—. 

BLAKE, John Dayton, Faulkland, Del. 
—Born, Freemont, la., Nov. 13, 1861; U. of 
N. Y., B. A., '84; Prin. T. S., '87; Ord. Oct. 
25, '87, Pby. of New Castle; P. Red Clay 
Creek andS. S. Stanton, Del., '88—. 

BLAKE, John G., Greenvieiv, ///.—Born, 
Indianapolis, Ind.; Han. C, Ind., M. A.; Ord. 
Oct. 26, '97, Pby. of Springfield; P. Green- 
view, 111., '97—. 

BLAKELY, Zerah F., Oconto, Wis.— 
Lie, 1887, Pby. of Erie; Ord., '88, Pby. of 
South Dakota; S. S. Parkston and Union 
Center, S. D., '89-90; S. S. Harmonv, S. D., 
'91-92; S. S. Beulah, Howell, S. D., '93; S.S. 
Rossville, Dayton, la., '94; S. S. Coullairville, 
Stiles and Oconto Falls, Wis., '96—. 

BLANCHARD, Charles Eugene, School- 
craft, A/icl!.— Born, Paw Paw, Pa.; AlmaC, 
Mich., B. A., 1893; McC. T. S., Chicago, '96; 
Lie. Sept. 18, '95, Pby. of Saginaw; Ord. July 
22, '96, Pby. of Kalamazoo; S. S. Lafayette, 
Mich.; S. S. Schoolcraft, Mich., '96—. 

BLATCHFORD, Henry, Odanah, Wis. 
— Born. Sandy Lake, Minn., 1810; Mackinaw 
Sch.; Stud. Theol. under Protestant Bd. ; Lie. 
'44, Ord., '76, Pby. of Chippewa; Translated 
the New Testament and part of the Old. 

BLATTENBERGER, John P. W., Brides- 
burg, Pa. — Received honorary degree of D. 
D.; Memb. Pby. of Philadelphia, North; P. 
1st Pbn. Ch., Amwell, N. J., '82-87; P. Brides- 
burg, Pa., '88—. 

BLAUVELT, Isaac Alstyne, Roselle, 
N.J. — Born, Lamington, N. J.; Prin. U., B. 
A,, 1857, M. A., '60, D. D., '93; Prin. T. S., 
'60; Lie. April 17, '60, Ord, May 8, '60, Pby. 
of Elizabeth town ; Served Chs.: Plattsburg, 
Plumstead and Cream Ridge, N. J., 60-64; 
Clinton, N. J., '64-68; German Vallev, N. J., 
'68-74; P. Roselle, N. J.. May 1, '74^. 

BLANEY, Charles Philander, Nezv 

Hampton, Mo. — Born, W. Va.; W. and J. 
C, Pa., B. A., 1869; Wn. T. S., Pa., '78; Lie. 
'77, Pby. of Washington; Ord. '78, Pby. of 
Osage; Served Chs.: Olive Branch, Mo., '78- 
84; Raymore, Mo., '84-85; Breckenridge, 
Mo., '85-87; Milan, '87-95; Maitland, Mo., 
'95-97; New Hampton, Mo., '97—; Coms. to 
Gen. Ass., '84 and '98. 

BLAYNEY, Francis Scott, Abilene, 
Kan.— Born, Iberia, O.; Wo. U., O., B. A., 

1877, M. A., '80; Omaha U., Neb., Ph. D., 
'89; Prin. T. S., '80; Lie '80, Pbv. of Belle- 
fontaine; Ord. '81, Pby. of Omaha; P. 2d 
Ch., Omaha, Neb., '80-86; P. Hebron, Neb., 
'86-87; Pres. Bellevue College, '88-90; P. 
Abilene, Kan., '90 — ; Acting Pres. Belle- 
vue C, '83-84, and Prof. Psychology and 
Ethics and Political Economy, '83-85 and 
•87-90; Prof. Abilene Public Schs.,'96— ; Au- 
thor, " Outlines of Ethics and Psychology," 
"Practical Mental Science for Teachers;" 



Trustee College of Emporia — ; Organized 
Bellevue C. 

BLAYNEY, Henry Giles, Grove City, Pa. 
—Born, Ohio Co., Va.; W. C, Pa., B. A., 
1860, M. A., '63; Wn. T. S., Pa., '66; Lie. 
April 24, '62, Pby. of Washington; Ord. April 
28, '69, Pby. of St. Clairsville; S. S. Mt. 
Gilead, O., '66-67; S. S. Madison, O., '67-68; 
S. S. Somerton, Graysfield and Summerfield, 
O., '68-69; P. Martin's Ferry, O., '69-72; S. 
S. Elizabeth, Spencer and Grantsville, W. 
Va., 79-84; S. S. Point Pleasant and Pleas- 
ant Flats, W. Va., '79-80; S. S. Syracuse, O., 
'81-83; P. Lower Buffalo, Pa., '84-89; P. 
Harrisville, New Hope and Pleasant Valley, 
Pa., '89-96; Ev. — . 

BLAYNEY, J. McClusky, Frankfort, Ky. 
—Born, Ohio Co., Va. ( W. Va.); W. C. Pa., 
B. A. and M. A.; Un. U., N. Y., D. D., 1877; 
Wn. T. S., Pa.; Lie '62, Pby. of Washing- 
ton; Ord. '65, Pby. of West Virginia; S. S. 
Ontario, O., '62-64; S. S. Charleston, W.Va., 
'64-66; S. S. Frankfort, Ky., '67-68; P. 1st 
Ch., Albany, N. Y., '69-80; P. IstCh., Frank- 
fort, Ky., '84—. Prin. Charleston Inst., W. 
Va., '65-66; Pres. E. Centre C, Ky., '89; 
Memb. 3 special Coms. of the Gen. Ass.; 
Chm. Trustees of Centre College — ; Author, 
"Hist. 1st Pbn. Church, Albany, N. Y.," 
(Jenkins & Johnston, Albany, N. Y. ) '77. 

BLESSING, Frank Fenton, Scarborough, 
N. K— Born, Slingerlands, N. Y.; Un. C, 
N. Y., B. A., 1889; Prin. U., M. A., '91; Prin. 
T. S., '92; Lie. June 14, '92, Ord. Dec. 13, '92, 
Pby. of Albany; S. S. Manchester, N. J., '91; 
S. S. Atlantic Highlands, '92; P. E. Dec. 1, 
'92, and P. Shepard Mem. Ch., Scarborough, 
N. Y., July 7, '95—. 

BLISS, Edwin Memsell, Nezv York City. 

—Born, , Turkey; Amh. C, Mass., 

B. A., 1871; Yale Div. Sch., '77; Ord. May 
20, Cong. Asso. of New Haven; Rec. by Pby. 
of Morris and Orange, '93 (?); A. Agt. Am. 
Bible Soc. for the Levant, '72-88, except yr. 
'74-75; Asso. Ed. The Independent, N. Y. 
City, '91 — ; Author, Ed. "Encyclopedia of 
Missions," (Funk and Wagnalls, $12); "Tur- 
key and the Armenian Atrocities," (Hub- 
bard Pub. Co., Phila., $2); "Concise History 
of Mini.sters," (F. H. Revell, 75c). 

BLISS, James T., Macomb, III.— Born, 
Leyden, Mass.; Stud, and teacher; McC. T. 
S., Chicago, 1844; Lie — , Pby. of New Al- 
bany; Ord. Dee, '44, Pby. of Fort Wayne; 
Served Chs.: Auburn, Ind., '44-53; John 
Knox, .\ltona and vicinity, '56-63; Camp 
Creek, Ebenezer and Dodgeville, '63-68; 
Chili, Wythe and Basco, 111., '68-70; Oger 
Sewka, Junction and vicinity, '70-75; Mont- 
rose, la., '75-82; Plvmouth, Olivet and vicin- 
ity, la., to '84; H. R. Pby. of Schuyler. 

BLISS, John, Bridgeport, III.— Bom, 
Linn, 111.; Stud. Un. Acd., 111., and Lake F. 
Acd., 111.; McC. T. S., Chicago, 1893; Ord. 
April, '93, Pby. of Cairo; Served Chs.: 
Worthington and Dublin, O.; S. S. Bridge- 
port, 111. — . 



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BLISS, John Collins, 423 U est j_^4th S(. . 

AVrr York, .\ . )'. — Horn, h'lorcnce. Ala.; 
Stud, rrivatelv; N. V. U., D. D., IHSl; Wn. 
T. S.. Pa., '(itif Lie. Oct. 20, '(i'J. Phv. of Cen- 
tral Philadelphia; Ord. May i'A, "(iH. Phv. of 
Carlisle; P. lid Phn. Ch., Carlisle, Pa., 'Hi' 
•17; P. 2i\ (now Crescent Ave.) Phn. Ch., 
Plainfield, N. J.. '(59-83; P. Washinjrton 
Heights Ch., N. Y. City, '85—. 

BLISS, Thomas '£.,3395 J/nva'dnWhur, 
Dtiiiti- //n:/i/ti>i(fs, Co/.— Boru. Hrinifield, 
Mass.; Un. C, N. Y., B. A.. 1848, and M. A. 
and D. D., And. T. S.. Mass., '51; hie. Mar., 
'51. Andover Cong. Asso.; Ord. June 2, '62; 
P. North Middleboro. IMass., '52-57; V. Cong. 
Ch.. Blackslone, Mass., 7 yrs.; My. to Han- 
cock, near Lake Superior, and organized 
Phn. Ch.; Supt. Cong. Missions for Mis- 
souri; My. Memphis, Tenn.; Organized the 
"Church of the Strangers." P. of same 7 
yrs.; P. and S. S. Denver, Col., '71—; Menib. 
Pbj". of Denver. 

BLOCH, August, Jr., Myersville. N. J. 
— Onl. Feb. !(>. ls<i7. Pbv. of Morris and 
Orange; P. Myersville, N.'j. — . 

BLOEMENDAHL, Gerritt J., Palmer, 
S. Dak.—y\ifa\h. Pbv. of Aberdeen; P. Oost- 
burg. Wis., '82-86; P. Ebenezer, Minn.; S. 
S. Ramsev, la., '92-SKi; P. Palmer, S. Dak., 
'9(5—. 

BLOHM, Fredepiek W., . /wmraw Fork, 
Utah. — Born, :Marslev, Deumark; Lie. March 
27, 1SS(), Ord. Aug. 26, '88, Pbv. of Utah; 
Scandinavian Ev. in Utah, '86-92; H. M. 
Pleasant Grove, Utah, '92-93; S. S. Pleasant 
Grove, Utah, '93-96; S. S. Pleasant Grove 
and America Fork, Utah, '9(5 — . 

BLOOMBERGH, Augustus Alexis, ^a.?- 
toii, J'a. — Born, I'fTenheim, Bavaria, Ger- 
manv; College of Ansbach, U. of Wur; Prin. 
U.. iSI. A.; Ma. C, O., Ph.D.; Prin. T. S., 
18(57; Lie. '6(5, Pby. of Philadelphia; Ord. 
'74, Pb}-. of Lehigh; Prof. Modern Lan- 
guages and Lecturer on Modem Hi.story, 
Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. — . 

BLOYS, Wm. B.,F/. Dains, 7>.r.— Born, 
McLemonsville, Tenn.; vStud. Blk. U., 111.; 
Lane T. S., O., 1K7(I; Lie. April, '78, Ord. 
June 4, '79, Pbv. of Cairo; H. M. work Cole- 
man, Tex., '79-88; S. S. Fort Davis, Tex., 
'88—. 

BLUE, John GWhevt,. foo Arcadian Ave., 
Waukesha, Wis. — Born, North Gage, N. Y.; 
Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., 1877, LL.B., '78; 
Aub. T. S., N. Y.; Lie. '81, Pby. of Utica; 
Ord. Nov., '82, Pbv. of Binghampton; P. 
McCjranville, N. Y.', '82-85; Act. P. So. St. 
Cong. Ch., Rochester, N. Y., '85-87; P. Ma- 
rietta, 'H7-92; P. Waukesha, Wis., '92—; Au- 
thor. "Christian Citizenship." ( Revell Co., 
10c.) 

BLUE, J. H. F., Philadelphia, /iz.- Memb. 
pby. of ^linnewaukon — . 

BLYTH. David, West Liheiiy, (9.— Born, 
Burlington, Kv.; Han. C, Ind., B. A., 1886; 
Lane t. S., O.', '89; Lie. '88, Pby. of New Al- 
bany; Ord. June, '89, Pby. of Ebenezer; P. 



Pikeville, Ky., '89-92; P. We>t Liberty,©., 
Mav, '93—; Prin. Pikesville Collegiate Insti- 
tute, 'K9 92; Pres. Glover Institute, West 
Lil)crty, (J., '94-97. 

BOAG, Robert, ^59 N. Fremont ^Ivc.. 
J. OS .hiiieles. Cat. — Born, County Tyrone, 
Ireland; V. of Glasgow, Scotland, M. A., 
1848; Ord. as My., '52, Pby. of Strabane; 
Served Chs. in Iowa for 30 yrs.; S. S. Le 
Clare and Princeton; P. Mechanicsville and 
Red Oak, 12 yrs.; P. Eldora and Afton sev- 
eral yrs. ; P. Wilmington and Santa Ana, 
Cal.. 3 and 2 yrs. respectively; Memb. Pby. 
of Los Angeles, H. R. 

BOAL, James Welch, Port Carbon, Pa. 
—Born, Centre Co., Pa.; Laf. C, Pa., B. A.; 
D. D. from another Institution, 1897; Prin. 
T. S., '71; Lie. Oct. 6, '70, Ord. Oct., '71, 
Pb)'. of Huntingdon; Served the following 
Chs.; Saxton and Yellow Creek, Pa., '71-75; 
Washington Ch., Pa., '75-87; Lycoming and 
Williamsport, Pa., '87-93; P. Port Carbon, 
Pa., March, '94—; Chm. Com. of Theology 
and Foreign M.; Mod. of Pby.; Del. to Gen. 
Ass. four times. 

BOAL, John Mills, 7^os Afij^eles, Cal. 
—Born, Cincinnati, O., Oct. 29, 1817; Cinti. 
C, B. A., '38; Lane T. S., O., '42; Ord. 
April, '43, Pby. of Iowa; Ser\-ed the follow- 
ing (fhs.: Burlington, la., '42—43; Marion. 
'43-46; Cincinnati, O., '47-48; Elizabeth and 
Cleves, O., '58-59; Hanging Rock, '59-65; 
Urbana, '65-77; Olivesburg, '77-79; resident, 
Wooster, O., "81 — ; :ieni1). Pby. of Los An- 
geles — . 

BOARDMAN, Simeon Gilbert, //atis- 
rille, /iz.— Born, Pittsford, Vt.; :Mid. C , Vt., 
B. A., 1855, M. A., '58; Lie. '70, Ord. May 
21, '72, Pby. of New Castle; S. S. Black- 
water and Ocean View, '70-71; S. S. and P. 
Port Penn, Del., "71-84; S. S. Champlain, N. 
Y., '85-88; P. Clarksburg, W. Va., '89-93; 
Memb. Pby. of Philadelphia North — ; Prac- 
ticed law before entering the Ministry. 

BOARDMAN, Samuel Ward, Maryiilk, 
Tenn.— Woxw, Pittsford, Vt., Aug. 31, 1830; 
Mid. C, Vt., B. A., '61, M. A., '54; Dart. C, 
N. H., M. A.; Ham. C, N. Y., D. D.,70; 
Mid. C, Vt., LL.D., '90; And. T. S , Mass., 
'55; Lie. Feb. 24, '65, Andover As.so.; Ord. 
Feb. 16, '57, Cong. Asso.; P. Cong. Ch., Nor- 
wich, Vt., "57-59; Prof. Rhetoric and Eng. 
Literature and Intellectual Philosophv, Mid- 
dlebury C, '59-61; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Auburn, 
N. Y.. '62-77; P. Cong. Ch., Sterling, 111., 
'79-82; P. Pbn. Ch.. Stanhope, N. J., '83-89; 
Pres. Marvville College, Tenn., March 4. 
'89—. 

BOCHER, MaPCUS L., Grand Rapids, 
J/irh. —Ktc. 1893, Memb. Pby. of Grand 
Rapids — ; Ev. — . 

BODDY, James, ?5 Sth St., Troy, N. Y. 
—Born, Wrightsville, Pa.; Lin. U., Pa., B. 
A., 1890, M. A., '95; Prin. T. S., '96; Lie. 
April 16, '95, Pbv. of New Brunswick; Ord. 
Oct. 22, Pbv. of Elizabeth; S. S. Siloam Pbn. 
Ch., Elizabeth, N. J., '95-97; P. Liberty St. 
Pbn. Ch., Trov, N. Y., '97—. 



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BODELL, Wm." A., Craivfordsville, Ind. 
—Born, Glenford, O.; Heid. U., O.; Stud. 
Heid. T. S., O.; Ord. 1894, Pby. of Craw- 
fordsville; Syn. Missionary of Illinois; Gen. 
Ev. work — . 

BOELL, Benjamin F., Riley, Kan — Born, 
Scales Mound, 111.; Dub. Pbn. T. Sch., la.; 
Dub. T. S., la., 1893; Ord. April 18, '9:^, 
Pby. of Dubuque; P. Ger. Pbn. Ch., Mul- 
berry Creek, la., '93-94; P. Ger. Pbn. Ch., 
Riley, Kan., Oct. 1, '94—. 

BOELL, Ernest Joseph, Fosterburg, III. 
—Bom, Scales Mound, 111.; Dub. T. Sch., 
la.; Dub. T. S., la., 1888; Lie. May 6, '87, 
Ord. June 6, '88, Pby. of Freeport; S. S. 
Prairie Dell, '87-88 and P. of same '88-91; 
P. Fosterburg (Zion, Salem and Woodburn 
Chs.), 111.. Dec. 1, '91—; Author, Ed. and 
Pub. of Kalender for German Pbn. Chs., 
'97-98; Business Ed. Der Sabbath School 
Friend, '96 — . 

BOGGS, John H., Levick St., Philadel- 
phia, Fa.— Born, Pittsburg, Pa ; Ag. C, Pa., 
B. A., 1860, D. D., '90; Ref. Pbn. T. S., Pa., 
'64; Lie. April '64, Pbv. of Pittsburg; Ord. 
Dec. 14, '64, Pbv. of New York; P. Ch. of 
Covenanters, Brooklyn, N. Y., '64-80; P. 
Hermon Pbn. Ch., Frankfort, Philadelphia, 
Pa., '80-87; P. Lawndale Pbn. Ch., Philadel- 
phia, Pa., Nov. '89 — ; Author, Asso. Ed. 
Ou7^ Banner, 6 yrs. 

BOGGS, John J., Canton, China. — Born, 
Feb. 23, 1865; Lake F., U., 111., B. A., 1888; 
McC. T. S., Chicago, '92; Memb. Chicago 
Pby.; My. to China, '93—. 

BOGGS, John Marshall, Fort Wayne, 
Ind. — Born, New Athens, O.; Frank. C, O., 
B. A., 188L M. A., '84, D. D., '94; Prin. U., 
B. A., '82; Wn. T. S., Pa., '85; Lie. April 
23, Pby. of St. Clairsville; Ord. Oct. 85, Pby. 
of Southern Dakota; S. S. and P. Kimball, 
South Dakota, '85-88; S. S. White Lake, 
'85-86; S. S. Pleasant Prairie, S. D., '85-87; 
P. 3d Pbn. Ch., Fort Wayne, Ind., '89—. 

BOGGIS, Henry, New York, N. Y.— 
Memb.. Pby. of Columbia — . 

BOGLE, Samuel Z., Martin's Ferrv, O. 
—Born, Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 2, 1836; 
Wm. U. P. C. , Pa. ; Mon. T. S. , 111. , ( Xenia ) ; 
Ord. April 12, '63, U. P. Pby. of Monmouth, 
111.; Served Chs. as follows: Pbn. Ch., Up- 
per Sandusky, O., '64-65; H. M. Macon, 
Mo., '66-67; P. Mason City, 111., "67-82; 
Kenton, O., '82-93; P. Martin's Ferrv, O., 
Oct., '93—. 

BOGUE, Horace P. V., Avon, N. Y. 
—Born, Clinton, N. Y.; Ham. C, N. Y., B. 
A., 1863, M. A., '66, D. D., '94; Un. T. S., 
N. Y.,-'66; Lie. June 14, '65, Ord. July 25, 
'66, Pby. of Buffalo; A. P. Ref. Ch., Fish- 
kill-on-the-Hudson, '66; Tea. Ham. C, N. 
Y., '66-67; P. Pbn. Ch., Pottsdam, N. Y., 
67-69; P. Cong. Ch., Vergennes, Vt., '69-72; 
W. C, Buffalo, N. Y., '72-74; S. S. East 
Avon, N. Y., '74-76, P. Central Pbn. Ch., 
Avon, N. Y., June, '76-, Oct., '97. 

BOHBACK, Philip Thureson, Hyrmn 
City, Utah. — Bom, Philiptown, Sweden, 



April 27, 1842; Stud. Dav. C, N. C, '74- 
77; Stud. Col. T. S., S, C, '78-80 and Un. 
T. S., Va., '80-81; Lie May 7, '81, Pby. 
of South Alabama; Ord. Ev. Aug. 23, '86, 
Pby. of Utah; P. So. Pbn. Ch., Washington, 
Mo., '81; H. M. Hyrum, Utah, Dec. 11, '81—; 
.\uthor, " Mormon Priesthood,*' (in prepara- 
tion). 

BOLLMAN, Wm. J., Birmingham, lozaa. 
— Born, Westmoreland Co., Pa., (near Con- 
gruity); W. and J. C. Pa., B. A., 1867, M. 
A., '71; Par. C, la.. Ph. D., '82; Bellevue 
C, Neb., D. D., '95; Wn. T. S., Pa., '70; 
Lie. '69; Pby. of" Saltsburg; Ord. June, '70, 
Pby. of Blairsville; P. Congruitv, Pa., '69- 
72; S. S. Moulton, la., '72-73; P. Farming- 
ton, 111., '73-75; P. Middletown, la., '75-80; 
S. S. Osceola, Neb., '85-86; S. S. Spring- 
ville, la., '89-93; Prof. Mathematics, Bur- 
lington High Sch., la., 7 yrs; Prof. Bellevue 
C, Neb., 2 yrs.; Lenox C, la., 4 yrs., and 
Parsons C, la., 2 yrs.; P. Birmingham and 
Libertj'ville, la., '95 — . 

BOLTO», James Gray, 1906 Pine St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. — Born, Lismoyle, Derry 
Co., Ireland; Laf. C, Pa.,M. A., 1875, D. D., 
'92; Un. T. S., N. Y., '75; Lie and Ord. '75, 
Pbv. of Philadelphia; S. S. Hope Mission, 
Philadelphia, '75-89; P. Hope Ch., Philadel- 
phia, Pa., '89—. 

BOLTON, John Myers, Scotch Grove, la. 
— Born, Harrisburgh, Va.; Shenandoah Inst. , 
Va.; Un. Biblical Sem., 1885; Ord. March, 
'96, Virginia W. B. Conference; P. U. B. Ch., 
Westernport, Md., '86-87; Served Chs. as 
follows: Pbn. Ch., Brighton, Mich., '87-89; 
Covington, Ind., '90-93; Beverly, O., '93- 
94; S. S. Scotch Grove, la., Jan., '95 — . 

BONAR, James Blair, 48 Lenox Ave., 
Fast Orange, N. J. — Born, New Abbey, 
Dumfries, Scotland, May 21, 1826; Wab. C, 
Ind., B. A.; Un. T. S., N. Y., '56; Lie. May, 
'56. Ord. Feb. 57, 3d Pbv. of New York City; 
P. Am. Pbn. Ch., Montreal, Can., '57-69; P. 
Cong. Ch., New ]\Iilford, Conn., '70-83; P. 
Marquette, Mich., 'S3- 94; Pby. of Lake Su- 
perior, H. R. 

BOND, Lewis, Monastir, Turkey, Europe. 
—Born, Plainfield, N. J., Oct. 18, 1839; Prin. 
U., B. A., '64; Un. T. S., N. Y., '67; Lie '67, 
Ord. March, '68, Pby. of New York; My. to 
Turkey, April 25, 1868—; Pby. of New York. 

BONNEK, David Findley, Florida, N. 

r.— Born, Greenfield, O.; Musk. C.,' O., B. 
A., 1860, and M. A.; Lenox C, la., D. D., 
'91; U. P. A. T. S.. Pa., '65; Lie April 20, 
'64, Pby. of Muskingum; Ord. June 16, '65, 
Pby. of Des Moines; served the follow- 
ing Chs.: U. P., Knoxville and Monroe, la., 
'65-66; Knoxville, la., '70; Caledonia, N. Y., 
'71-83; Pbn. Chs. Goodwill, N. Y., '84-91; P. 
Florida. N. Y., May, '91—; author, "The 
Constitutional Right of the Bible to a Place 
in Our Public Schools," '75; "The Ecclesi- 
astical Position and Work of Women," '78; 
" Instrumental Music in the Worship of God 
Divinely Authorized," '81; Sup't Schs., Ma- 
rion Co. , la. ; Pres. Bd. of Education, Flori- 



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da. New York, and S. C. I'bv. of Hudson, 
•88—. 

BONNER, Georg-e Manning, Sprin^- 
Jifid, Mo.—\\i>v\\, Ivdculon, N. C; Ub. C, 
O., B. A.; Stud. Theol. under Rev. Hugh 
Brown, Shushan, N. Y.; Lie. 1875, I'hy. of 
Trov; Ord. 77, Pbv. of Carlyle; vS. S. Elder 
St. Ch.. Harrisburg, Pa.; S. S. Philoah Pbn. 
Ch., St. I.ouis, Mo.; ICv. Springfield, Mo. — . 

BONNER, James A., ll'i/mine^ton, N. 
C.—\AC. and Or.l. ISSU. Pbv. of .McClelland; 
S. S. Lites, S. C.,'9(); S. S.'and My., Pby. of 
Yadkin, N. C, *91; S. S. Lexington and 
Thoniasville, N. C. '92-94; S. S. Chestnut 
St. Ch., Wilmington, N. C, '95—. 

BONSALL, Geopge H., 56 Rossville 
Ave, Nciuark N. J. — Born, West Chester, 
Pa.; DrewT. S., N. J., 1891; Lie. and Ord. 
April 12, '91, M. E. Conf. of Newark; P. 1st 
Pbn. Cli., Key Port, N. J., '91-94; P. Few- 
smith Mem., '94 — . 

BOOMER, Wm. Bishop, Chilla^i Chili, 
S. .1. — Born, Chicago, Dec. 81, 1857; Yale 
C, B. A., '80; Stud. Cong. T. S* Chicago; 
McC. T. S., Chicago, '8(5; Ord. Ev. July, '87, 
Pby. of Chicago; My. to Chili, '87—. 

BOONE, Harmon H., Troj, A^ V. 
—Lie. 188(5, Ord. '87, Pbv. of Cayuga; H. M. 
Pby. of Cavuga, '87; S. S. Westminster, N. 
C, '88-89; H. M. Pbv. of Cape Fear, '90-93; 
P. Liberty St. Ch.," Troy, N. Y., '96-96; 
Memb. Pby. of Troy — . 

BOONE, Wm. Judson, Caldivell, Idaho. 
— Born, Canon.sburg, Pa.; Wo. U., O., B. A., 
1884, M. A., '87; Wn. T. S., Pa., '87; Ord. 
July 12, '87, Pby. of Wooster; P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Caldwell, Idaho, Nov. '87-92; Pres. 
College of Idaho, Caldwell, Idaho, Oct. 7, 
'91—! 

BOOTH, Fishep Howe, Tenafly, N. J. 
— Born, Englewood, N. J.; Wms. C, Mass., 
B. A., 1893; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '96; Lie. '95, 
Pbv. of Cavuga; Ord. '96, Pby. of Jersey 
City; P. Tenafly, N. J., '96—. 

BOOTH, George, West Mill Creek, Pa. 
— Born, Scotland; U. of Glasgow, Scot., B. 
A., 1875; Wo. v.. O., Ph.D., '89; Free Ch. 
Hall, Glasgow, Scot., '79; Lie '79, Pby. of 
Glasgow; Ord. by Free Ch. Pby. of Hamil- 
ton, Scot.; P. Cleland, Scotland, E^ng., '79- 
s:j; P. (5lh Pbn. Ch., Indianapolis, Ind., '83- 
87; S. S. Wm, Ch., West Mill Creek, Pa., 
'87—. 

BOOTH, Henpy Alson, Santa Ana, Cat. 
— Born, Newtown, Conn.; Mi. U., O., B. A., 
184C); Prin. T. S., '49; Ord. '49, Pby. of St. 
Louis; served the following Chs. : Des Peres 
and Feefee, St. Louis Co., Mo.; Feefee, 
Creve Ceour and Bonhomme, Mo.; then Bon- 
homme, Mo., from time of ordination, '49- 
85; H. R. Pby. of Los Angeles—. 

BOOTH, Henry Matthias, Auburn, N. 
K— Born, New York Citv, Oct. 3, 1843; 
Wms. C. Mass., B. A.. '64, M. A., '67, D. 
D.. '78, LL. D., '94; Un. T. S., N. Y., '67; 
Lie. April, '67, 3d Pby. of New York; Ord. 
vSept. in. 4th Pbv. of New York; P. Engle- 



wood, N. J, '67-91; Pres. and Prof. Practical 
Theol., Auburn Theological Seminary, '93 — ; 
author, " The Heavenly Vision," 'H5; "The 
Sunrise, Noonday and Sunset of the Day of 
Grace," '88; "The First Communion," '93 
(A. D. Randolph & Co., N. Y.). 

BOOTH, Robert Russell, 277 West End 
Ave., A'e'7i' York, jX. }'. — Born, New York, 
N. Y., May 16, 1830; Wms. C, Mass., B. A., 
'49 and M. A.; Laf. C, Pa., LL.D.; N. Y. U., 
D. D., '(54; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '52; Lie. '52, 
Pby. of Cayuga; Ord. Oct., '53, Pby. of Troy; 
served the following Chs.: 1st Ch., Troy, N. 
Y., '53-57; 1st Ch., Stamford, Conn., '57-61; 
Mercer St. Pbn. Ch., New York, '61-70; Uni- 
versity Place Pbn. Ch. , New York City, '70- 
83; Rutgers Riverside Ch., '86-96 and P. Em. 
'9(3 — ; traveled in Europe and the East, '93- 
95; Mod. Gen. Ass., Pittsburg, Pa., '95; 
author, " The Work of Foreign Missions in 
Relation to Christianitj-," " The Moderator's 
Sermon," "Christian Lfnion and Denom- 
inational Loyalty." 

BORDEN, George Webster, South Au- 
burn, uVeh. — Born, Lapeer, Mich., Nov. 9, 
1857; U. of Mich., B. A., '80; Un. T. S., N. 
Y., '84; Lie. May 23, '84, Pby. of Detroit; 
Ord. Oct. 23, '84, Pby. of Nebraska City; S. 
S. Salem, Neb., '84r-85 and P. '85-86; S. S. 
Dorchester, N. B., Canada, '86; S. S. Marion, 
N. Y., '86-91; S. S. Gladwin, Mich., '91-94; 
S. S. Auburn, Neb., '94-97 and P. Sept., 
'97—. 

BOSLEY, Thomas G., Jefferson, Ind. 
—Received 1888; S. S. Anderson, Grants- 
burg, Mauckport, Milltown and Vallev Citv, 
Ind., '88; S. S. Orleans, Paoli, Ind., '89; Ev. 
Jeflfersonville, Ind., '90-92; Memb. Pby. of 
New Albany — . 

BOSSARD, Guido, La Crosse, Wis.— Bom, 
Wisconsin; Law. U., Wis., B. A., 1882, M. A., 
'85; Un. T. S., N. Y., '86; Stud. Gottingen 
and Bonn, Ger.; Lie. May, '86, Pbv. of New- 
York; Ord. Feb., '87, Pbv. of Milwaukee; P. 
1st Ch., Manitowoc, W^is.', '83-90; P. 1st Ch., 
Oconto, W^is., '90-97; P. 1st Ch.. La Crosse, 
W^s., '97—. 

BOSSERMAN, Curtis OppIs, Harris- 
burg, Pa. — Born, Newport, Pa.; Prin. U., B. 
A., 1891, M. A., '94; Prin. T. S., '94; Lie. 
April 13, '93, Ord. May 29, '94, Pby. of Car- 
lisle; P. Covenant Ch., Harrisburg, Pa., May 
29, '94—. 

BOSTON, Samuel L., Creston, a— Born, 
Mercer, Pa.; Wo. U., O., B. A., 1883; Wn. T. 
S., Pa., '86; Lie April, '85, Pby. of Wooster; 
Ord. vSept., '87, Pby. of Shenango; S. S. Fre- 
donia and Cool Spring, Pbv. of Erie, '8(5-87; 
P. Sharpsville, Pby. of Shenango, '87-92; S. 
S. Creston and Jackson, Pbv. of Wooster. 
Marchl, '93— . 

BOSWORTH, Bypon, 66 Adams Street, 
Rochester, A'. )'. — Born, East Pharsalia, N. 
Y.; Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., 1850, and M. A.; 
Aub. T. S., '53, and Stud. Prin. T. S., 1 yr.; 
Lie. May, '52, Ord. Nov. 5, '57, Pby. of Cay- 
uga; Served the following Chs.: Champlain, 
N. Y., '54-55; Morresville Cong., N. Y., '65- 



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66; Cong. Ch., Homer, N. Y., '56-57; Cong. 
Ch., Kingston, Mass., '67-59; Cong. Ch., 
Henrietta, '59-65; Pbn. Ch., Victor, N. Y., 
•66—; Pbn. Ch., Phelps, N. Y., '66; Cong. 
Ch., Phoenix, '67; P. Greenville. N. Y., '67- 
76; Hammondsport, N. Y., '76-88; S. S. vari- 
ous Chs. in and around Rochester, N. Y., 
'88—. 

BOTSFORD, Alfred Pomeroy, IVood- 
bury, N. J. — Born, Onondago, Co., N. Y.; 
Un. C, N. Y., B. A.. 1847, D. D., '97; Prin. 
T. S., '52; Lie. '51, Pby. of New Brunswick; 
Ord. '63, Pby. of Hudson; Served the follow- 
ing Chs. : Red Mills, N. Y., '52-53; Hughson- 
ville, N. Y., '63-66; Port Bvron, N. Y., '66- 
61; 86th St. Pbn. Ch., N.'Y. City, '61-67; 
Port Jervis, N. Y., '67-84; Weninah, N. J., 
'84-96; H. R., June, '97, Pby. of West Jer- 
sey — ; S. C. Pby. of Rochester City, N. Y.; 
Chm. various Com. of Pby.; four times dele- 
gate to Gen. Asso. 

BOTTERILL, Edward M. C, Indianap- 
olis, Ind. — Received 1893, Memb. Pby. of 
Chester; P. Glenolden, Pa., '93-95; Ev', In- 
dianapolis, Ind., '96 — . 

BOUDE, Knox, 3328 Menderson St., Om- 
aha, Neb.—V,ox\\, Carthage, 111.; Stud. Car- 
thage C, 111.; Omaha T. S., Neb., 1897; Lie 
Sept., '93, Ord. Mav 6, '97; Ev. in Nebraska; 
S. S. Bedford Place' Pbn. Ch., Omaha, Neb., 
'93-97, and P. of .same, May 6, '97 — . 

BOUDREAU, Plaeide, St. Anne, III. 
—Born, Canada; Han. C, Ind., B. A., 1866, 
M. A., '94; McC. T. S., Chicago, '70; Ord. 
Oct., '70; P. 2d Pbn. Ch., St. Anne, 111., '70-88, 
and P. of the united Chs. (1st and 2d Pbn.), 
•88—. 

BOUGHTON, Thomas B., Parker, S. Dak. 
—Bom, Trov, N. Y.; Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 1881; 
Un. T. S., N. Y., '85; Lie May or June, '86, 
Pby, of Troy; Ord. Oct., '85, Pby. of South- 
em Dakota; P. Parker, S. Dak., Oct., '86—. 

BOULT, Samuel, New York, N. K— Ev. 
New York City, 1888; Sea. Chapl., New York 
City, '89— 

BOURNS, James H.,5755 Rosalie Court, 
Chicago, III. — Born, Hamilton, O.; So. Han. 
C, Ind., B. A. and M. A.; Stud. Dr. N. L. 
Rice's Div. Sch., Cinti., O., 1852-63, and 
Prin. T. S., '53-54; Lie and Ord., '54, Pby. 
of Oxford; H. M. to Chickasaw Mission, I. 
T., '64-55; S. S. Pbn. Ch., Fort Wavne, '56- 
56; P. Monroe, O., '66-60; S. S. El Paso 
Grove; S. S. Riley, O.; Resident Oxford, O.; 
Supt. Freedman's Home, Walnut Hills, O. ; 
Christian Coms. in Army; P. Granville, 111., 
about 4 yrs.; H. R. — . 

BO WEN, Mareellus, {Hartford, Conn.), 
Constantinople, Turkey. — Born, Marion, O., 
April, 1846; Yale C. B' A., '66; Un. T. S., N. 
Y.; Lie. June, '71, Pby. of Marion; Ord. Oct. 
24, '72, Pby. of Springfield; My. to Turkey, 
March 8, '74-84; In U. S., '84-87; Agt. Am. 
Bible Soc, Constantinople, Turkey, '87 — ; In 
the U. S., '97. 

BOWEN, Thomas W.,iV^w York,N. Y. 
— Memb. Pby. of Boise; Ev. — . 



BOWMAN, Edwin M., Braddock, Pa. 
—Born, Stahktown, Pa.; Wo. U., O., B. A., 
1886; Wn. T. S., Pa., '89; Lie May 5, '88, 
Pby. of Wooster; Ord. June 27, '89, Pby. of 
Blairsville; P. Ebensburg, '89-96; P. 2d. Pbn. 
Ch., Braddock, Pa., May 15, "96—. 

BOWMAN, John Rice, Los Angeles, Cal. 
— Received Honorary Degree of D. D.; Re- 
ceived into Pbn. Ch. 1884; P. Gainsville, Tex,, 
'84-86; S. S. Pomona, Cal., '87-88; S. S. 1st 
Ch., San Angelo, Cal., '89; S. S. Hueneme, 
Cal., '90-92; S. S. Wilmington, Long Beach, 
Cal., '93; Ev. '94; H. H., '97; Memb. Pby. of 
Los Angeles. 

BOWMAN, Winfield Seott, Brownsville, 
Pa.— Born, Lvcippus, Pa.; Wo. U., O., B. 
A., 1889, M. 'a., '92; Wn. T. S., Pa., '92; 
Lie and Ord. April 20, '92, Pby. of Blairs- 
ville; P. IstCh., Brownsville, Pa., '92—. 

BOX, James L., Canisteo, N. K— Bom, 
Bedford, England; C}-. of Bedford Free 
Sch.; Ord. '67, by Free Baptist Ch.; Ree '77 
by Pbv. of Rochester; S. S. Ossian, '80-83 
and '92-95; Ev. Pb}-. of Rochester—. 

BOYCE, Isaac, Jalapa, V. C, Mexico. 
— Born, Noblestown, Pa.; W. and J. C, Pa., 
B. S., 1881; Wn. T. S., Pa., '84; Lie April 
19, '83, Ord. Sept. 9, "S4, Pbv. of Pittsburg; 
Coms. by Bd. F. M., April, '84; My. to Mex- 
ico, Oct 14. '84 and in C. Monterey, Sta- 
tions, '84-86; Resident Saltillo, Mex., '86-96; 
My. Jalapa, March 1, "97 — . 

BOYCE, Lester Smith, Hiawatha, Kan. 
—Born, Delaware, O.; O. Wsl. U., B. A., 
1884; P. G. Stud. Prin. T. S., '87; Lie May, 
"87, Pbv. of Marion; Ord. Oct. 13, '87, Pby. 
of Steuben; P. Almond, N. Y., '87-89; H. 
M., '89-93; P. Hiawatha, Kan., '93—. 

BOYD, Andrew Adam, Ktwb Nosier, 
Mo.— Born, June 13, 1860; Queen's C, Ire- 
land, '87; Belfast T. S., Ireland; Stud. Un. 
T. S., '90-91; Ord. Dec. 17, '91, Pby. of Kan- 
sas City; S. S. Knob Noster and Salem, Mo., 
'91—. 

BOYD, A. Fulton, 2/ Montgomery Ave., 
Allegheny, Pa. — Born. Freeport, Pa.; Prin. 
U., B. A.', 1871; Wn. T. S., Pa., '74; Lie '73, 
Pby. of Butler; Ord. '74, Pby. of Redstone; 
P. Pleasant Unity, Pa.. '74-77; P. Rehoboth, 
Pa., '77-84; P. Poland, O., '84-91; P. Irwin, 
Pa., '91-94; P. Homewood Ave., Pittsburg, 
Pa., '94-96; Memb. Pby. of Pittsburg—. 

BOYD, Andrew Gray, Seattle, Wash. 
—Ord. 1886, Pby. of Oregon (?); S. S. Sell- 
wood, Willsburgh and Bethany, Ore., '86; S. 
S. North Gainhill. Ore., '87; S. S. St. John's, 
Wash.. '89-91; S. S. Newberg and White- 
son, Ore.. '92; S. S. Newberg, Ore., '94; S. 
S. Mt. Pisgah, Wash., '96; Memb. Pby. of 
Puget Sound — . 

BOYD, Archibald, North Bums, Mich. 

— Born, Benbecula, South Scotland; 

U. of Glasgow, Scot.; Free Ch. C, Glasgow. 
Scot., 1881; Lie Sept., '81, Free Ch. Pby. of 
Mull. Scotland; Ord. Oct. 88, Pby. of Sag- 
inaw; S. S. Greealeaf, Mich., '88-93; Memb. 
Pby. of Flint—. 



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BOYD, Edward Allan, CarrolUon, Mo. 
—Born, La Grange. Mo.; Park C, Mo., M. 
A.. 1HH»; McC. T. S., Chica^'O, '<.)2; Onl. 
April 18. '92, Pbv. of Topeka; S. S. Oska- 
loosa, Kan., '91-»8; W. C. '93-94; S. S. Car- 
rollton. Mo., '94-9H and P. Nov. 1, '9(5—. 

BOYD, Harvey Marshall, ll'eavervUle, 
X. (".— liorn, Trigg Co., Ky., Aug. 3, 1833; 
McGee C. Mo.. B. A. and M. A.; Lie '5(5, 
and Ord. '<X), Pby. of McGee of the Cumb. 
Pbn. Ch.; Served the following Chs. : Mt. 
Olivet, '68-81; Auburn. '78-91, an<l Central 
Union, '7«>-91; Menib. Pby. of Salt River of 
the C. P. Ch., '5t;-93; Rec. by Pby. of Hol- 
ston, '93; S. S. Reem's Creek. Weaverville, 
N. C— ; Prin. Mission Sch., '92 — . 

BOYD, James Shields, Alden, Mum. 
—Born, Bull Creek. Pa.; W. C, Pa., B. A., 
1855, M. A., '5M; \Vn. T. S., Pa., '58; Lie. 
April 1, '68, Ord. June 10, '63, Pby. of 
Allegheny; P. Kirksville, Mo., '66-85; 
S. S. 5th Ch., Minneapolis, Minn., '85-87; 
P. Preston, Minn., '87-89; S. S. La Moure, 
N. D., '89-92; S. S. Hillsboro, N. D., 
'92-97; P. Alden, Minn., '97—; Author, 
"Every Family Apart," ($2 per 100), '75; 
"Mammoth Songs for Sabbath Schools," 
(Root & Cady, $1), '71; "Early Dew," 
(Root & Cady, 10c. ), '71; "Lost Ship and 
Other Poems'," (Journal Co., Kirksville, 
Mo., 76c.), '75; Prin. Witherspoon Institute, 
Butler, Pa., '68-66; S. C. Pby. of Fargo, N. 
D— . 

BOYD, John Fulton, 437 Linden Ave., 
Steubenville, C— Born, West Deer, Tp., Pa., 
May 8, 1826, W. C, Pa., '49; Wn. T. S., Pa., 
'63; Lie. April 12, '53, Pby. of Allegheny; 
Ord. June 8, '54, Pby. of Muncie; S. S. 
Muncie, Ind., Yorktown and New Burling- 
ton, Ind., '53-54; In C. Chs. at New Cum- 
berland, Elizabeth town. Lake Branch, Hope- 
well, Jonesboro and Hartford City, Ind. ,'54- 
56; P. Hanisville and Amiilage, Pa., '56-66; 
S. S. and P. Bull Creek and Natrona, Pa. , 
'66-70; S. S. Cross Creek, Pleasant Hill and 
Bloomfield, O., '70-80; S. S. Various Chs. 
till H. R., '96—. 

BOYD, John H., Evanston, ///.—Born, 
Jackson, Miss.; S. W. Pbn. U., Tenn., B. A., 
1883; Dav. C, N. C, D. D., '94; Prin. T. S., 
'81; Ord. Oct. 2(5, 'K6, by. of Central Missis- 
sippi; Ser\-eil the following Chs. : Durant and' 
Winona, Miss., '8(3-89; Lauderdale St. Ch., 
Memphis, Tenn., '89-93; 2d Ch.. Charlotte, 
N. C, '93-95; 1st Pbn. Ch., Evanston, 111.. 
'95—. 

BOYD, Joseph N., River Forest, III. 
— Born, Tarentum, Pa., Nov. 4, 1852; Mon. 
C, 111.; Civil Engineer, '74; M. Dan. T. S., 
Ky., 76-77; Lane T. S., O., '77-79; Lie. 
May 9, '78, Pbv. of Schuyler; Ord. Sept. 14. 
'79, Pbv. of Peoria; P. French Grove, 111., 
•79-80; S. S. P:v«ns, Colo., '80-81— ; P. River 
Forest, 111.—. 

BOYD, Robert, Part To-vnsend, IVash. 
—Born, Butler, Pa.; Prin. U., B. A., 1874; 
Prin. T. S., '77; Ord. April 27, '77, Pby. of 
New Brunswick; Organized 1st Pbn. Ch., 



Walla Walla. Wash.. Nov. 11. '77, and P. to 
•85; P. 1st West Liberty, Pa., '87-92; P. 1st 
Ch., Port Townsend, Wash., Dec. 6, '92—. 

BOYD, Robert Patterson, Paris, Idaho. 
— Born, So. part of Lancaster Co. , Pa.; Laf. 
C, Pa., B. A., 1881, M. A., '84; Prin. T. S.. 
'84; Ord. Dec. 28, '84, Pby. of Westminster; 
S. S. Paris and Hastings, Idaho, Mar., '85 — ; 
Author, • ' The Mormon God Is Not the God 
of the Bible," (4c), '90; " The Pre-Existence 
of Spirits, a Mormon Doctrine Refuted bv 
the Bible," '97 (Pbn. Bd. of Pbn.); A semi'- 
religious pamphlet, "A Political Dodge Ex- 
posed," (Kendall Pby.) 

BOYD, Samuel, Martin's Ferrv. O.— 
Memb. Pby. St. Clairsville; H. R. 

BOYD, Samuel Robert, Des Moines, la. 
—Born, LeClair, la.; Mon. C, 111., B. A.; 
McC. T. S., 1893; Lie. April 20, '92. Ord. May 
29, '93, Pby. of Omaha; P. Waterloo and 
Valley, Neb., '93-96; P. Des Moines, la., 
'96—. 

BOYD, Thomas, Portland, Oregon. — 
Born, Dunbar, Pa. Wo. U., O., B. A., D. D., 
1894; McC. T. S., Chicago, '79; Lie. Pby. of 
Chicago; Ord. April, '79, Pby. of Ft. Wayne; 
P. Warsaw, Ind., 7 yrs.; P. 4th Pbn. Ch., 
Portland, Oregon, 12 yrs. — . 

BOYD, Thomas MeKeen, Bloomfield, 
Cat. — Born, Ste warts ville, N. J.; Prin. U., 
B. A., 1874; Prin. T. S., '77; Ord. April 27, 
'77, Pby. of New Brunswick; S. S. Waits- 
burg, Wash., '77-80; P. Lewiston, Idaho, '80- 
88; P. Pendleton, Oregon, '88-90; S. S. Cal- 
vary Ch., Seattle, Wash., '90-92; P. Watson- 
ville, Cal., '92-55; S. S. Bloomfield, Cal., 
'95 — ; Founded Pbn. Acd., Pendleton, Ore- 
gon, '89, and Prin., '89-90. 

BOYD, William, Lansdowne, Pa. — Born, 
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 5, 1852; U. of Pa., 
B. A., '73; Prin. T. S., '76; Ord. June 12, '76, 
Pby. of Chester; P. Fair View Ch., Glen 
Moore, Pa., '76-83; P. 2d Ch., Camden, N. J., 
'83-93; P. 1st Ch., Lansdowne, Pa., '93—. 

BOYD, William 'L.,Seivard,Neb.—?,oxx\, 
Irwin, Pa.; W. C, Pa., M. A., 1860; Wn. T. 
S., Pa., '63; Lie. April, '62, Pby. of St. Clairs- 
ville; Ord. July, '63, Pby. of Redstone; S. S. 

and Tyrone, "63-67; S. S. Round 

Hill, '67-71; S. S. Dwight, 111., '71-73; S. S. 
Elgin, 111., '73-77; S. S. Centralia, 111.. '77- 
79; S. S. Normal, '79-81; S. S. Prairie Citv, 
'81-86; S. S. Auburn, Neb., '90; S. S. Ray- 
mond and Ceresco, '90-94; S. S. Tamona 
and Steplehurst, '94-96; S. S-. Seward, Neb., 
'97—. 

BOYDEN, John A., Danville, A>.— Born, 
Lexington. N. C; Lin. U., Pa., B. A., 1884. 
M. A.', '87; Lin. T. S., Pa., '87; Lie May 20, 
'87, Pby. of Indianapolis; Ord. April, '89, 
Pby. of Lackawanna; S. S. Covenant Pbn. 
Ch., Wilkes Barre, Pa., '88-90; P. Grace 
Mem. Ch., Pittsburg, Pa., '90-93; S. S. Con- 
dord Pbn. Ch.,Dan%-ille, Ky., and Prin. Logan 
Institute, Danville, Ky., Aug., '93—. 

BOYER, Jacob Twyman, Osceola, Mo. 
— Born, Campbellsburg, Kv.; Centre C, Ky., 
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Ord. June 25, '94, Pby. of Louisville; S. S. 
Cowgill, Pole and Dawn, Mo., '94-95; B. S. 
Osceola and Vista, Mo. , '96, and P. '97—. 

BOYER, James Wm., Frederkktown, O. 
— Born, Sioux City, la. ; Stud, privately 6 yrs. , 
and Wm. C. , Mo. , 2 yrs. ; Lane T. S. . O. , 1888; 
Lie. April, '87, Pby. of Cincinnati; Ord. May, 
'88, Pby. of Dayton; Served the following 
Chs.: Blue Ball, O., '88-89; Olivet Chapel, 
Louisville, Ky., '90-92; College Comer, O., 
'92-97; Fredericktown, C, March, '97—; S. 
C. Pby. of White Water, 2 yrs. 

BOYLE, B. Frank, Salem, (9. — Born, 
Johnstown, Pa.; La. C. Pa., B. A.; Wn. T. 
S., Pa., 1873; Lie, '72, Pby. of Steubenville; 
Ord., '73, Pby. of Kittanning; Served the 
following Chs.: Slate Lick and Srader's 
Grove, Pa., '73-82; In\dn, Pa., '82-87; Larned, 
Kan., '87-90; P. Salem, O., '90—. 

BOYLE, William, Highland, Kans. — 
Born, Taylorsville, Ky., 1850; W. and L. U., 
Va., B. A., '74; Lane T. S., O.; Ord. — ; 
Memb. Pby. of Highland; Pres. Highland, 
Kan.—. 

BOYLE, W. H. W., Colorado Springs, 
Colo. — Born, Ontario, Can.; Queens C, Ont. , 
B. A., 1884; U. of Denver, Colo., D. D., '97; 
Queens T. S., Ont.; Lie, '84, Pby. of Kings- 
ton, (Can.); Ord., '86, Pby. Paris, (Can.); 
Served the following Chs.: Dumfries St. Ch., 
Paris, Ont., '84-88; Knox Ch., St. Thomas, 
Ont, '88-91; P. 1st Ch., Colorado Springs, Col., 
'95—; Chm. H. M. Com. Pueblo Pby. Syn. of 
Colo.; Trustee of Colo. College; Author, 
"Footholds for Faith," (Wm. Briggs, To- 
ronto, Can., 75c. ). 

BRABHAM, Geopge Richard, C/mwd^r^- 

b2irg. Pa. — Born, Barnwell Co., S. C, Jan. 
25, 1867; Lin. U., Pa., B. A., '94, M. A., '97; 
Lin. T. S., Pa., '97; Lie. June 4, '96. Pbv. of 
Chester; Ord. April 15, '97, Pby. of Carfisle; 
H. M. Hope Chapel, Chambersburg, Pa., June 
7, '96-. 

BRACE, FredePiek R., Blackwood, N.J. 
— Born, Conception Bav, Newfoundland; 
Prin. U., M. A., 1857; Grant. U., Tenn., Ph. 
D., '92; Am. Temperance U., Tenn., D. D., 
'97; Stud. Theol. under David Cole, Ref. 
Dutch Ch., East Millstone, N. J.; Lie. Oct. 
16, '60, Classis of New Brunswick; Ord. Oct. 
29, '61, Pby. of West Jersey; P. Brainerd, 
Hammerston and Waterford, N. J., '61-67; 
P. Blackford, N. J., March, '67—; Author, 
"A History of the Blackwood Ch.," "His- 
tory of Education in Pby. of West Jersey, 
'39-89," "County Uniform Course of Study 
for Public Schs., " '71; County Supt. of Public 
Schs., '70-90; Pres. New Jersey State Teach- 
ers' Asso., '75-76; Memb. New Jersey Council 
of Education; Mod. Syn. of New Jersey, '94. 

BRACKEN, TheodOPe, Emporia, Kan. 
—Born, Porterville, Pa.; Ma. C, O., B. A., 
1874; Stud. Wn. T. S., Pa., and McC. T. S., 
Chicago, 3 yrs.; Lie. April 26, '77, Pbv. of 
Iowa; Ord. Sept. 6, '78, Pbv. of Solomon; S. 
S. Grandview, la., '77-78; S. S. Phillipsburg, 
Kan., '78-81; P. Birmingham, la., '81-83; S. 
S. PhilHpsburg, Kan., '83-89; P. at L. Os- 



borne Pby., '90-93; P. Wa Keeney, Kan., 
'93-94; 'p. at L. Osborne Pby., '94-96; Synl. 
M., Syn. of Kansas, Dec, '95, and Syn. of 
Indian Ter., April, '96—; S. C. Pby. of Os- 
borne, '94—; Mod. Syn. of Kan., '94. 

BRACKER, Bepnhapd, Galena, III.— 
Neumuenster, Holstein, Germany; Dub. Ger. 
Pbn. Sch., la.; Dub. T. S., la., 1894; Lie. 
April 19, '93, Pby. of Omaha; Ord. May 1, 
'94, Pby. of Freeport; S. S. Galena, 111., '93, 
and P. May 1, '94—. 

BRADBURY, Henpy Chase, Lincoln, 
Katts. — Bom, Willianisport, Pa.; Am. C, 
Mass., B. A., 1866; Un. T. S., N. Y.,'71; Ord., 
'72, Pby. of Columbia; Served the following 
Chs. in Kan. : Lindsey, ]\Iinneapolis, Beloit, 
Delphos, Lincoln, Wilson, Barnard, Sylvan 
Grove, Bennington, Harmony, Lucas, Spring 
Valley, Pleasant Dale; Organized all except 
Lindsey and Beloit; S. S. Harmony, Kan. — . 

BRADDOCK, Jos. Stephenson, Elida, 
III.— Born, Green Co., Pa., June 27, 1817; W. 
C, Pa., B. A., '42, Centre C, Ky., M. A., '57; 
Lenox C, la., D. D., '89; Stud. Wn. T. S., 
Pa., '43-45; Lie April,'47, Pby. of West Lex- 
ington; Ord. June, '48, Pby. of Louisville; P. 
Franklin, Ky., and Prin. Female Acd., '48- 
56; S. S. Bethel Union and Prin. Lebanon 
Female Acd., '57-64; P. Middle Creek, 111., 
'66—. 

BRADEN, Robert Maptin Luthep,^c?/^ 

Seward SI., Omaha, Neb. — Born, Iowa; Stud. 
Wab. C, Ind., and Par. C, la.; McC. T. S., 
Chicago, 1879; Lie, '78, Pby. of Iowa; Ord., 
"80, Pby. of Springfield; Served the follow- 
ing Chs. : P. Irish Grove, 111., '79-84; P. Green- 
view, 111., '84-86; P. Fremont, Neb., '86-89; 
S. S. Tekamah, Neb., '89-91; S. S. Edgar, 
Neb., '91-92; P. Golden, Colo., '92-94; P. 
Aspen, Colo., '94-95; P. at L. Omaha Pby., 
'95—. 

BRADFIELD, Edwin H., Gladwin, Mich. 
— Received, 1895; S. S. Temperance, Mich., 
'95; S. S. 2d Ch., Gladwin, Mich., '96—. 

BRADFORD, David Gibson, Spring- 
field, ///.—Born, Washington Co., Pa.; W. 
C, Pa., 18-50, M. A., '53; U. P. A. T. S., Pa.; 
Lie. March 7, '68, Ord. April 12, '58, A. R. 
Pby. of Wheeling; served the following Chs. : 
3d U. P. Ch., Allegheny, Pa.; 1st U. P. Ch., 
Monmouth, 111.; Pbn. Ch., Janesville, Wis.; 
Pbn. Ch., Knoxville, 111.; 1st Pbn. Ch., La- 
fayette, Ind.; Princeton, 111.; Pontiac, 111.; 
Augusta, 111.; Chapl. 4th Gen. Ass. House of 
Representatives, Springfield, 111. — . 

BRADFORD, Herbept Andpew, 937 S. 

Humphrey Ave., Oak Park, III. — Born, 
Moneymore, Ireland; Queens C, Ireland, 
1889, and Roval U., of Ireland, B. A., '90; 
McC. T. S., Chicago, '93; Ord. June, 93, Pby. 
of Chicago; Mv. Scotch Ch., N. Y. City, '90- 
91; My. Bitter Root Valley, Mont., '91-92; 
P. Endeavor Pbn. Ch., Chicago, 111., '93-95; 
P. Braid wood Pbn. Ch., '95-97. 

BRADFORD, James Henpy, 904 M St., 
N. W., Washington, D. C— Born, Grafton, 
Vt. ; Stud. Yale C. and Yale T. S. ; Lie and 
Ord. Chapl. by Cong. Ch. of Vermont; P. 



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Cong. Ch. Ihnlson, Wis., 2yrs.; V.- at L., 
scniiiK 31 «litTfreiit Pbii. Chs. and Missions, 
15 vrs.; S. S. Manassas. Va., 18»2; Chapl. 
r.raiul .\nny ]H yrs., the Loyal Le^non »5 
yrs.. the SoMiiTs .Alliance, etc. — ; Menib. 
i'by. of Wash. ; Chapl. U. S. Amiy 2 yrs. 
and hi nios. 
BRADLEY, Henry C, Ovssp/auis, Imi. 

— l'li\ . of Ottawa 

BRADLEY, Joseph H., Xatioual Sol- 
ditts' //oin,\ /./.—Horn, New York Citv; 
Stud. N. V. Cv. C; Ruth C, N. C, D. I)'.. 
IHJC); Stud. Theol. under Rev. Howard 
Crosby, I). D.; Ord. April 27. 'C.t, 4th I'by. 
of New York; Cv. M. work Baltimore, Md. . 
and New York 'Cy.. '75- 7K; S. S. I'bn. Ch.. 
Tuckerton, N. J..' '7H-1I7; Chapl. National 
Soldiers' Home. Ya.. July, 'i>7 — 1; Lawyer 
l>erfore euterini,' ministry; Chapl. 10th N. Y. 
Calv.. "(il f..'); i.iciil. oth' X. Y. Vols., '(51-r)2. 

BRADLEY, Matthew H., K'irksville, 
Mo. — Horn, Mercersberg, Pa.; Laf. C, Pa.. 
B. A., 1H71; Wn. T. S.. Pa., '74; Lie. April 
1(», '73. Pby. of Carlisle; Ord. June 10. '74, 
Pbv. of Pitlsburj,'; senedthe following Chs.: 
Ch'artiers Ch., Pa., lO'j yrs.; Mt. Pleasant 
Ch.. Pa., 1 ■< vrs; Main St. Ch.. Lima, O.. 3 
vrs.; P. Kirksville, Mo., 'M9— ; S. C. Palmvra 
Pby.; Chm. H. ^L Com., Palmyra. Pby. ; 
Pres. Bd. of Trustees of Brookfield College; 
Mod. Syn. of Mo.. ''.»r.-;»7; 

BRADLEY, Robert, h'coia, /a.— Born, 
Kingstree. S. C.;U. of S. C, B. A., 1890; 
Prin. U. JL A., '98; Prin. T. S., '93; Ord. 
Oct. 4,'93, Pby. of Aberdeen; S. S. Carmine, 
N. D. and Union\-ille and Toughkenamon, 
Pa., during v.ications; S. S. Ellendale, N. 
D.. '9;i iU; P. Keola, la.. May, '94—. 

BRADLEY, Walter H., Cpper Alton, 
///.—Born, OTallon, Mo.; Wm. C, Mo., B. 
A.; Prin. l'.. ^L A.; Prin. T. S.. 18S9; Lie. 
'S9, Pbv. of New Brunswick; Ord. Sept. 23, 
'90, Pbv. of Alton; P. Upper Alton, 111., '90; 
Teacher Shurtleff C, 111., '91-92 and Prof. 
'92-9.-.; Prof. Blackburn U., 111., '95—; Chm. 
Faculty Blk. U., 111., '97—. 

BRADNER, Thomas Scott, Arr^' York, 
\. >'."Boru, C.oshen, N. Y., Sept. 2, 1822; 
Prin. v., B. A., '4«; Prin. T. S., '49; Ord. 
Sept. 12, '49, Pbv. of Hudson; P, Milford, 
Pa., '49-o2; P. Croton Falls, N. Y., '52-57; 
S. S. North Salem, '58; Prin. Goshen, '58; 
S. S. Croton I'alls, •(n-fi2; S. S. North Sa- 
lem, '«4-(!H; Chapl. U. S. Annv, 'fi2-65; Go- 
shen. N. Y., '«5-71; S. S. Gleii Cove,'71 and 
P. '72-Hl; Kv. Memb. of New York. 

BRADSHAW. Archibald H., Nt-w York, 

A'. }'. — Horn, Iiidiana])olis, Ind., Aug. 18, 
1H70; Franklin C. Ind., B. A., '90; Prin. T. 
S., '92-9:i— ; Memb. Pby. of IndianapoHs; 
.\. P. New York City — . 

BRADSHAW. Charles L., Brockway- 
villf. /!7. — Born. Co.il Valley, Pa.; Mt. U. C 
O., Ph. B., 18H,S, Ph. M.,'91; Wm. T. S.. Pa., 
'91; Lie. April, '90, Ord. June, '91; Chapl. 
Allegheny Co. Work House, '91-97; P. 
Brockwayville. Pa.. May 12, '97 — ; I.^cturer 
on Sociology and Prison Reform Movement. 



BRADT, Charles Edwin, Wichita, 
Kans. — Born, La Porte, Ind.; Wo. U., O., B. 
A., 1886, M. A.. '89. Ph. D., '97; McC. T. S., 
Chicago, '89; Lie. April, '88, Ord. April, '89, 
Pbv. of Nebraska Citj-; P. 2d Ch., Lincoln, 
Neb., •8{»-9(); P. 1st Ch., Wichita, Kans., 
June, '9f) -. 

BRADY, John G., Sitka, Alaska.—'Born, 
New York Citv; Yale C, B. A., 1874; Un. T. 
S., N. v., '77; Lie. May, '77, Pby. New 
York; H. Mv. to Alaska, March, '78, 1 jr.; 
"Fighting "'My., '79—; U. S. Coms. at Sit- 
ka, Alaska, '84^97; Governor of Alaska. July 
15, '97—. 

BRAINARD, James Wilson, .luhum, 
y. }'.— Horn. Albanv, X. Y.; vStud. (special) 
Phila.; Aub. T. S., X., 1S9C.; Lie. April. '95, 
Pbv. of Albanv; Ord. May 8, '96, Pbv. of 
Cavuga; P. 2d'Ch., Auburn, N. Y.,May3, 
"9(;— . 

BRAMFITT, Robert, Mountain Top, Pa. 
—Received 1894; S. S. Clayton, Dover, 
Mich., '94-95; S. S. Plymouth, Clayton, 
Mich., "9C.; INIemb. Pby. of Detroit—. 

BRANCH, Henry, E/licott Citv, Md. 
—Born, Richmond, Va.; W. U., Mo., B. A., 
1862; New Windsor C, Md., D. D., '90; Prin. 
T. S., '65; Lie. April, '()5, Pby. of New Bruns- 
wick; Ord. Oct. 31, '65, Pby'. of New Castle; 
Served the following Chs. : Port Depo.sit, 
Md., '65-()9; So. Ref. Dutch Ch., New Haven, 
Conn., '69-72; Pbn. Ch., Catocton, Va., '72- 
81; P. Ellicott City, Md., '81—; Pres. Md. 
State Temperance Alliance, '94 — ; Grand 
Chapl. Grand Lodge A. F. A. M., Md.. '84—; 
Chapl. Md. Soc. Sons of Am. Revolution. 

BRANCH, John, Dayton, Ore.— Bom, 
City of Bath, Somersetshire, Eng. ; Stud. Na- 
tional Schs. in Eng. ; Stud, under Pby. of 
Lexington; Lie. '60, Pby. of Lexington; Ord. 
'62, Pby. of Redstone;' Chapl. U. S. A.. '62- 
65; H. M. W. Va., Mo., Ind., 111., Neb., 
Kan., la. and Neb., '66-90; H. R. Pby. of 
Hastings, '90—. 

BRANCH, RollO P., Green Bay, Wis. 
—Born, Virgil, N. Y.; Aub. T. S., N. Y., 
1885; Lie. '84, Pby. of Binghampton; Ord. 
'85, Pby. of Lyons; My. work Texas Vallej', 
N. Y., 2 yrs.; My. Dakota, 2 yrs.; M. work 
Elmira, N. Y. ; Served the following Chs. : 
Sodus, N. Y., '85; Redfield, N. Y., '86-87; 
Cong. Ch., Orwell, N. Y., '88; Pbn, Ch., 
West Salem, Wis., '91-92; Marshfield, Wis., 
'9:^-96; S. S. Greenbay, W'is., '97—. 

BRANDT, John B., St. Louis, Mo. 
—Bom, near Lancaster, O.; Wit. C, O., B. 
A., 1862, M. A., 'm; U. of Omaha, D. D., 
'96; Stud. Theol. privately; Lie. and Ord. 
May, '66, Pby. of Wabash; S. S. Neoga, 111., 
'65-()7; S. S. 6th Pbn. Ch., Indianapolis, 
Ind., '67-68; Gen. Sec. Y. M. C. A., Indiana- 
polis, Ind., '68-71; P. 6th St. Pbn. Ch,. In- 
dianapolis, Ind., '71-78; Gen. Sec. Y. M. C. 
A., Indianapolis, Ind., '78-83; P. E. Mem. 
Tabernacle Pbn. Ch., St. Louis, Mo., '83-88; 
S. S. and P. Ch. of the Covenant, St. Louis, 
Mo., '8,8-92; S. S. Bethany Ch., St. I^uis, 
Mo., '93-94. A. P. East Liberty Ch., Pitts- 



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burg, Pa., '94-95; S. S. Wm. Ch., St. Louis, 
Mo., '95-96; S. S. and P. Tyler Place Pbn. 
Ch., St. Louis, Mo.,'96— ; Organized Sec. 
Conference of the Y. M. C. A. 

BRANSBY, Charles, 514 W. 2d St., Los 
Angeles, Cal. — Born, Bogota, Columbia, S, 
A.; Stud. Laf. C, Pa., 1871-74, M. A., *83; 
Un. T. S., N. Y., '77; Lie. May, '77, Pby. of 
Philadelphia Central; Ord. April, '79, Pby. 
of Potosi; Served the following Chs. : 1st 
Ch., De Soto, Mo., and Ironton, Mo., '78-79; 
Kinsley, Kan., '79-81; Spanish Mission, Los 
Angeles, Cal., '82-85; San Gorgonia (Beau- 
mont), Cal., '85-87; Teaching and Literary 
work, '87 — ; Author, Translated into Span- 
ish, " Ryle's Expository Thoughts on the 
Gospels; " Compiled a Spanish Hvmnal; The 
Bible Text Book of the Am. Tract Soc, '88; 
Second Spanish Book of the "Worman's 
Series," '89. 

BRASEFIELD, Hapvey D., 1115 Filbert 
St., Oakland, Cat.— Ord. Oct. 28, 1897, Pby. 
of Oakland — . 

BRASHEAR, Alvin Vinton, Lebarion, 
Ind. — Born, Petersburg, Ind.; Han.C.,Ind., 

B. A., 1887; McC. T. S., Chicago, '91; Ord. 
'93, Pby. of Aberdeen; S. S. Hopewell Ch., 
Lebanon, Ind. — . 

BRASHEAR, Turner G., Tabriz, Persia. 
—Born, Petersburg, Ind., April 2, 1866; Han. 

C, Ind., B. A., '87; McC. T. S., '90; Lie and 
Ord. Aug., '90, Pby. of Vincennes; My. to 
Persia, '90—. 

BRASS, Wm. Charles, King Fetry, N. 
Y. — Born, Bremen, Prussia; Stud, privately 
in Germany; Aub. T. S., N. Y., 1886; Lie 
'83, Pby. of Binghampton; Ord. '87, Pby. of 
Steuben; S. S. Canaseraga, N. Y., '86-88; S. 
S. Hannibal, N. Y., '88-92; P. Kings Ferry, 
N. Y., '92—. 

BRATTON, John H., Macomb, III. 
—Born, Xenia, O.; Lane T. S., O., 1880; Lie. 
'79, Pby. of Alton; Ord. Oct. 14, '80, Pbv. of 
Dayton; P. Millville, O., '80-81; S. S. Eaton 
and Camden, O., '81-86; P. Macomb, 111., 
'86—, 

BRAUER, George, Gennajiy.—'^l&mh. 
Pby. of Newark; in Germany, 1897 — . 

BRAUSE, Charles F., Hill City, Tenn. 
— Born, Montgomery, Tenn., March 27, 1852; 
Stud. Rittenhouse Acd., Tenn., and Mil. 
Inst., Allentown Pa.; Stud. Theol. Bible 
Inst., Chicago, '90, and under Rev. W. J. 
Trimble, D. D., by order of Kingston Pby.; 
Lie. Oct., '95, Ord. '97, Pbv. of Kingston; 
Cy. M.; S. S. M. Pby. of Kingston, '89; H. 
M. Fort Cheatham Chapel, Chattanooga, 
Tenn., '91-93; H. M. Northside Pbn. Ch., 
Hill City, Tenn., 6 mos., '94; H. M. Bridge- 
port, Ala., and Pittsburg, Tenn., Aug. 1, 
'97—. 

BRAY, Edward A., Detroit, Mich.—¥.&- 
ceived, 1893; P. Wyandotte, Mich., '93-96; 
Memb. Pby. of Detroit — . 

BRAY, George, Ponca, Neb.— v. Shelton, 
Neb., 1890; P. Aurora. Neb., '91-96; S. S. 
Ponca and West Union, Neb., '97 — . 



BRAYTON, Isaac, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
—Born, Westernville, N. Y., 1812; Un., N. 
Y., B. A., '33; Ham. C, N. Y., D. D., '57; 
Aub. T. S., N. Y.,'36; Ord. Aug. 31, '37, 
Pby. of Watertown; P. IstCh., Watertown, 
N. Y., '37-64—; Memb. Pby. of North River; 
H. R. 

BRAYTON, John MeKnight, Corfti, N. 
)'.— Born, Utica, N. Y. ; Stud. Ham. C, N. 
Y., B. A.; Stud. Theol. Privately; Lie. Sept. 
14, 1875, Ord. Sept., '76, Pby. of Utica; 
Served Chs.: Holland Patent, N. Y., '75-83; 
Oriskanv, N. Y., '83-88; Corfu, N. Y., Nov., 
'88—. 

BREAKS, James Richard, Crawfords- 
ville, Ind. — Born, Crawfordsville, Ind.; Wab. 
C, Ind., B. A., 1881, M. A., '84; Stud. Aub. 
T. S., N. Y., 2 yrs.; Lie. April, '86, Ord. 
Sept., '91, Pby. of Crawfordsville; Served 
Chs.: Earl Park, Ind., '91-93; Southport and 
Elizabethtown, '93-94; Southport and Zions- 
ville, '95; Memb. Pby. of Crawfordsville — . 

BRECK, Robert L., San Louis Obispo, 
Gz/.— Born, Richmond, Ky., May 8, 1827; 
CentreC, Ky., B. A., '41; Wm. C, Mo., D. D.; 
Day. C, N. C, LL.D., '74; Stud. Wn. T. S., 
'46; Prin. T. S., '46-47; Ord. June 28/49, Pby. 
of Ebenezer; P.Versailles, Ky., '49-50; Agt. 
Frankfort, '50-51; Macon, Ga., '61-52; P. 
Macon, '53-58; P. New Albany, Ind., '58-60; 
Richmond, Ky., "60-61; S. S. Maysville, '61- 
64; S. S. Richmond, '65-66; S. S' Richmond 
and Silver Creek, '68-74; Chan. Central U., 
Richmond, Ky., '76-80; ill health; Memb. 
Pby. of San Francisco; H. R. — . 

BRECKENRIDGE, John C, Bourbon, 
Ind.— Born, Mercer Co., Pa.; Wo. U., O., B. 
A., 1890; McC. T. S., Chicago, '93; Lie. April 
4, '92, Pby. of Chicago; Ord. May 9, '93, Pby. 
of Logansport; S. S. Somers, Wis., '92-93; P. 
Bourbon, Ind., May 9, '93 — ; Mod. Logans- 
port Pby., '95 — . 

BRECKENRIDGE, Walter Lowrie, 

Bayfield, Wis. — Born, Mercer Co., Pa.; Wo. 
U.,'0., B. A., 1883; Wn. T. S, Pa.; Lie April, 
'95, Pby. of Butler; Ord. Oct. 12, '96, Pby. of 
Erie; P. Pittsfield and Garland, Erie Pby., 
'86-95; P. Bayfield, Chippewa Pby., Wis., 
Sept., '95—. 

BRECKENRIDGE, Wm. Watson, 61 

Oak Park, Hartford, Conn.—h\z. 1896, Pby. 

of Westchester; Ord. ; P. 1st Pbn. Ch'., 

Hartford, Conn., '95 — . 

BREED, David Riddle, 123 Duthridge 
St., Pittsburg, Pa. — Born, Pittsburg, Pa.; 
Ham. C, N. Y., B. A., 1867, D. D., '73; Ord. 
'70, Pby. of St. Paul; P. House of Hope Pbn. 
Ch., St. Paul, Minn., '70-85; P. Ch. of the 
Covenant, Chicago, 111., '85-95; P. 1st Ch., 
Pittsburg, Pa., '95 — ; Author, "History of 
the Preparation of the World for Christ," 
(Revell), '91; "Abraham, the Typical Life 
of Faith," '87; "Heresy and Heresy," '91, 
etc. 

BREED, Frank Denison, Riley, Kan.— 
Born, Dundee, Mich.; Emp. C, Kan., B. A., 
1893, M. A., '96; Prin. U., M. A., '95; McC. T. 
S., Chicago, '96; Lie. and Ord. May 12, '96, 



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rby. of KinjKma; S. S. Garden Citv, Kan. ,'9(5; 
S. S. Flort-nce, Ctdar Point antf Clfiiients, 
Kan., 'JMt-97; S. S. Rilev and Scdalia, Kan., 
Oct., '97—. 

BREEZE, Daniel. Florid, III.— Ord. Ev. 
1»'.'7. ri'v. of nitawa; Kv. Florid, 111. — . 

BREEZE, Moses, Catubridjze, Wis.— Born, 
Tini.slall. Slaffordsliirc, l':n}.,'land; St. Man's 
Episcopal .\oil., Enj,'. ; Stnd. U. of Wis., 2 
vrs. ; Stud. Theol. under Priniitive Metho- 
dist Ch., Enjs'.. 4 yrs.; t)rd. Sept. 20, 1895, 
rby. of Madison; Assistant 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Madison, Wis., before licensure; S. S. Deer- 
field, Wis.. •9iV9C,; p. I-:, and P. Cambridge, 
Wis. -. 

BREMICKER, Charles, Sutter, III.— 
Born, Roiisdorf Krtis, Lennep, Germany; 
Stud. v. of IJcrlin, Ger. , 1 term; Stud. Gym- 
nasium, Ger., and lUk. I"., 111.; Dub. Acd., 
la.; McC. T. S., Chicago, 1888; Lie April 
21, Pbv. of St. Louis; Ord. July 28, Pbv. of 
Trinity; My. work Dallas, Tex., '88-89; 
Served group of Chs. in 111., Fosterburg, 
Goilfrev and Woodburn, '89-90; Peoria, 111., 
■«0-9o;' P. Ger. Pbn. Ch., Sutter, 111., '9")—; 
Author, "Rev. Adalbert Vander Lippe's 
D. D.; Biographic Sermons, Lectures and 
Poems,"' (llouse of the Ref. Ch., Cleveland, 
O.. $1.25). 

BREN, Joseph, Racine, Wis.— Born, Bo- 
hemia; Koliu Crvnmasium, Bohemia; McC. 
T. S.. Chicago, 1891; Ord. April 2(5, '91, Pbv. 
of Milwaukee; S. S. Bohemian Pbn. Ch., 
Caledonia, Wis., and P. Bohemian Pbn. Ch., 
Racine, Wis., April 2(i, '91—. 

BRENIZER, John Luther, j.^6 A St. X. 
E., Washington, 1). t'. — Born, Milton, Pa.; 
Laf. C, Pa." B. A., I8si»; In. T. S., N. Y., 
•93; Lie. '93, Pbv. of Lehigh; Ord. Oct. 23, 
'94, Pby. of Baltimore; P. Relay, Md., '94, 
Oct., '9'); Studying and writing; Memb. Pby. 
of Baltimore — . 

BRENT, Robert Roland, Aurora 
Sprinx'S. // /-f.— Born. ShelbvCo., Kv.; Stud. 
Centre C, Ky.; Stud. Theol. under' Rt. Rev. 
Benj. Bosworth Smith, D. D., and J. X. 
Norton, I). I)., Frankfort, Kv.; McC. T. S., 
Chicago, istiH. 

BRICKELS, Limep Francis, Aubum- 

dale, H is. B(irn, Woodbriilge, F^ngland; 

Stud. Theol. under Rev. A. Gardiner; Lie. 
April, 1877, Ord. April 2'), '78, Pbv. of Winne- 
bago; S. S. 1st Ch., Wevauwega, Wis, '78- 
79; P. .\uburn))ale and Markfield, Wis., '79- 
K9; S. S. Westfield, '89-92; S. S. Sherry and 
Auburn.lale, Wis., '92-94; S. S. CoIIjv and 
Ma.sonville. Wis., '94—; also S. S. Alibotts- 
ford. Wis., '95—. 

BRIDGES, John Jay, /j Washington St., 

Neuark, A'. ./. Born, Ghent, Kv.; Han 

C. B. A., 1892; fn. T. S., N. V., '95; Ord. 
Feb. 13, '9(5, Pby. of Brooklyn; P. Plm. Ch., 
W;irreiisbiirg, N. V., J.m. 'S»(5 to July, '97—! 

BRIDGES, Thomas Reed, 13 Washimr- 
ton St., \ncark, X. /.—Bom, Ghent, Ky.- 
Han. C, Ind., B. A., 18H7, M. a., '91- Un' 
T. S.. N. Y.. '91; Ord. Dec. 18, '93, Cong' 



.•\.sso.; A. P. Tompkins Ave. Cong. Ch., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., June 1, '93-95; P. 2d Pbn. 
Ch., Newark, N. J., Nov. 7, '95—. 

BRIDGES, Wm. James, /07 W. Com- 
merce St., Bridgcton, N. J. — Born, Balti- 
more, Md.; W. and J. C. Pa., B. A., 1876; 
Prin. T. S., '75; Lie. '74, Pbv. of Baltimore; 
Ord. May '75, Pb. of Brooklyn; P. Green 
Ave. Pbn. Ch., Brooklyn, N.'Y., '75-90; P. 
West Ch., Bridgeton, N. J., Nov., '90—. 

BRIDGMAN, Chester, iVerchantville, 
X.J. — Born, West Hampton, Mass.; Andi. 
C, Mass., M. A., 18(50, Prin. T. S., '59; Lie. 
'58, Ord. Jan. 5, '(50, Pby. of West Jersey; 
Sreved the following Chs. : Woodstown and 
Swedesboro, N. J., '59-62; Ludlow, Mass., 
'()4-()(); Medfield, Mass., '67-68; Pbn. Ch., 
Williamstown, N. J., '69-71; Pbn. Ch., 
Upper IMt. Bethel, Portland, Pa., '71-73; 
Cong. Ch., Torringford, Conn., '78-79; 
Greenfield Hill, Conn., '79-81; Memb. Pby. 
of West Jersey — . 

BRIGDEN, Arthur Engene, Attica, N. 
K— Born, Morenia, N. Y.; Syr. U., N. Y., 
B. A., 1884; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '89; Lie. '88, 
Pby. of Cavuga; Ord. '89, Pb}\ of Genesee; 
P. 1st Pbn.'Ch., Attica, N. Y., '89—. 

BRIGGS, Wm. Albert, Lampoon, Laos, 
.Siaiii. — Born, Parkdale, Ont., Can., Mar. 1, 
18(57; Medical College, N. Y., M. D.; Lie. 
and Ord. '96 or "97, Pbv. of North Laos; 
:Medical My. to Laos, '90—. 

BRIGHT, John H., Franklin, Ind.— Born, 
Eaton, O.; Han. C, Ind., B. A., 1876, M. A., 
'81; Prin. T. 8., '79; Lie. May 14, '78, Pby. 
of New Albany; Ord. Nov. 17, '79, Pby. of 
Neosha; P. Chanute, Kan., '79-85; P. Marion, 
Kan., '86-93; P. Hopewell Ch., Franklin, 
Ind., '94—; S. C. Emporia Pby., '86-94. 

BRINKEMA, Jacob, Rosemont, Xeb. 
— Born, Born, Hanover, Germany; Dub. T. 
S., la., 1871; Lie. April, Ord. Oct., '71; 
Served the following Chs.: Holland, la., 
Pby. of Waterioo, '71-74; S. S. Aekly, la., 
6 mos. ; Kamrar, la., Pby. of \Vaterloo, '75- 
84, Hanover, Neb., '84-90; S. S. Rosemont 
Ch., Neb., April, '90—. 

BRIOL, Pierre Philippe, /// Case St., 
Carthage, Mo. — Born, Villy (near) Ollon, 
Yaud, Switzerland; Ev. de Glay Inst., Doubs, 
France, 1879; McGill C, Montreal, '83; San 
Fran. T. S., Cal., '87; Lie and Ord. May 1, 
'87, Pby. of San Francisco; Ev. French Ref. 
Ch., San Francisco, Cal., '85-87; S. S. Red 
Lake Falls and Argvle, Minn., '87-88; S. S. 
Gary, S. D., '87-89; 'Financial Agt. and INIy. 
Cong, work, '89-93; My. and literary work, 
'93-97; Prof. French, Santiago, Chili, '98 (?). 

BRISTOL, Colman, 79c La Salle Ave., 
Chicago, III.— Born, Out., Can.; U. of Vic- 
toria C, Out., B. A., 1861, M. A., '64; Ord. 
"(51, Wesleyan Methodist Ch. ; in the Cana- 
dian Methodist Ch., '61-80; the Episcopal 
Methodist Ch. and Cong. Ch., '80-90; Rec. 
l)y Pby. of Schuyler, "90; Ser\'ed the follow- 
ing Pbn. Chs.: Bardolph and Lansing, la.; 
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ing Marshall and Chrisraan, 111., to '97; 
Memb. Pby. of Mattoon — . 

BRISTOL, Edward, ScottsvUle, N. V. 
— Bom, Buffalo, N. Y.; Entered Ministry- 
from business life; Lie. and Ord. Pbv. of 
Buffalo. N. Y.; P. E. Calvary Pbn. Ch., 
Rochester, N. Y., 12 yrs.; P. Wheatland Ch., 
Scottsville, N. Y., Dec, '89—. 

BRISTOL, Noiee D., 176 Euclid Ave., 
Cleveland, O. — Born, Harwinton, Conn.; N. 
H. C. of Agr. and Mechanical Arts, B. A., 
1883; McC. T. S., Chicago, '89; Lie. '89, 
Pby. of Chicago; Ord. '80, Pby. of Emporia; 
H. M. work, Hamilton, Neal, Reece, Mt. 
Pleasant, Le Roy, Big Creek, Mayfield, Ar- 
gonia, Ewell, Silver Creek, and Slate Valley, 
Emporia Pby., '89-91; S. S. Conway, la., 
'92-9:;^; S. S. Buffalo and Conway, Mo., '94- 
95; H. M. Miller and Howell Chs., Central 
Dakota Pby., '94-95; My. and Ev. Pby. of 
Central Dakota — . 

BRISTOW, Thomas J., Somerset, Pa. 
— S. S. Little Beaver, Pa., 1884; P. Mahon- 
ing, Pa., '85-90; P. New Providence, Pa., 
'91-92; P. Somerset, Pa., '94—. 

BRITT, Frank P., Corsica, /^a.— Born, 
Smithfield, Pa.; W. and J. C, Pa., B. A., 
1874; Wn. T. S., Pa., '77; Lie. April 27, '76, 
Pby. of Washington; Ord. Aug. 24, '77, Pby. 
of Clarion; P. Pisgah Ch., Corsica, Pa., July 
1, '77 — ; Author, "Christianity, as Contain- 
ing the True Solution of the Sociological 
Questions of the Day. ' ' 

BRITTAIN, Thepon, Ridgebury, N. Y. 
—Born, Lower Mt. Bethel. Pa.; Prin. U., B. 
A., 1860, M. A., '63; Prin. T. S., '63; Lie 
June 2, '63, Pbv. of New Brunswick; Ord. Ev. 
May, '65, Pbv.' of Hudson; S. S. Derry, Pa., 
'63-64; S. S.' Mt. Bethel, Pa., '64; S. S. Co- 
shocton, N. Y., '65-72, and P.. '72-75; S. S. 
Ridgebury, N. Y., '75 — . 

BROADHURST, William A., Norwalk, 
C>.— Received 1890; P. Chippewa Falls, Wis., 
'91-96; P. Norwalk, O., '97—. 

BROADY, William C, Otisco, Ind. 
—Born, near Marvville, E. Tenn.; Marj-ville 
C, Tenn., B. A., 1884, M. A., '90; Un. T. S., 
N. Y., '87; Lie. July 10, '86, Ord. June 25, 
'87, Pby. of Union; P. New Market, Tenn., 
'87-90; Supt. Lexington and Otisco, Ind., 
'92—; Prin. New Market Acd.. Tenn., '90-91. 

BROBST, Flavius J., Chicago, III.—?. 
Wm. Ch., Chicago, 111., 1889-90; S. S. Chi- 
cago, 111., '91; Ev., '93-95; Lecturer, '96; S. 
S. Chicago, 111., '97—. 

BROCKINTON, James Seriven, 237 Em- 
erson Place, New York, N. Y. — Bom, King- 
tree, S. C; Dav. C, N. C, B. A., 1880; Un. 
T. S., N. Y.. '81; Col. T. S., S. C. '84; Lie. 
'86, Pbv. of Harmonv; Ord. '86, Pby. of 
Charleston; P. Beaufort, S. C, '85-87; P. 
Speonk, L. I., N. Y., '87-94; S. S. Circleville, 
N. Y., '94-96; Asso. P. Classon Ave. Pbn. 
Ch., New York City, Nov. 22, '96—. 

BROCKWAY, Julius W., Slalington, 
/*«.— Born, Orangeville, O.; Phil. C, Pa., B. 
A., 1890; Prin. T. S., '97; Lie. .Sept. 7, '97, 



; Ord. Nov. 1, '97, Pby. of Le- 



Pbv. of - 

high; S. S. Slatington, Pa., Oct. 1, '97—. 

BROCKWAY, Thomas Clinton, Vemon, 
iV. }'.— Born, CUnton, N. Y.; Ham. C, N. 
Y., B. A., 1893; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '97; Lie 
April '96, Ord. Oct. 1. '96, Pby. of Utica; P. 
Mt. Vernon Pbn. Ch., Vernon. N. Y., Oct. 1, 
'96—. 

BRODHEAD, Claude Ross, Eagleville, 
Pa. — Born, Mainpurie, India; Prin. U., B. A., 
1883; Prin. T. S., '87; Lie. Mav, '87, Ord. Oct. 

20, '87, Pby. of Philadelphia; P. Gladwvne, 
Pby. of Philadelphia North, '87-90; P. Lower 
Providence Ch., Pbv. of Philadelphia North, 
'90—. 

BRODIE, Fupman Lawrence, Due West, 
S. r.— Born, Aiken, S. C; OnargaHighSch., 
S. C; Biddle U., N. C, 1888; Lie June, '87, 
Ord. Sept. 27, '88; vSen-ed the following Chs. : 
Bethel, Shiloh, Shelby, Davidson College. 
Mt. Zion and Grace; S. S. Mt. Zion Ch., Due 
West, S. C— . 

BROENING, George H., Wissinoming, 
Pa.— Born, Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 30, 1872; 
New Windsor C, Md., B. A., '92; Prin T. S., 
'95; Lie. '94, Pby. of Philadelphia; Ord. May 

21, '95, Pby. of Philadelphia North; P. Pbn. 
Ch., W^issinoming, Pa., May 21, '95 — . 

BROKAW, Harvey, Kanazaiva, Japan. 
—Born, Middlebush, N. J., April 20, 1869; 
Park C, Mo., B. A., '93; Stud. Wn. T. S., N. 
Y., 2 yrs.; Aub. T. S., N. Y.,'96; Memb. 
Northumberland Pby. when appointed My.; 
While Stud.: Front Run and Bedinas, Pa.; 
Pleasanton and Fulton, Kan., '94; 2d Ch., 
Pottsgrove, Pa.; 3d Ch., Williamsport, Pa.; 
My. to Japan, '96—. 

BROMFIELD, Edward Thomas, 4510 
Kingsessing Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. — Born, 
England; Cong. Sch. and New C, London, 
Eng.; Bellevue C. Neb., D. D., 1889; Stud. 
New C. T. S., London; Ord. in England, 
Cong. Ch. ; Rec., '76, Pby. of Westchester; 
Served the following Chs.: Broseley, Eng.; 
London (Holloway), Eng.; Noroton, Conn., 
'83-86; Sabbath-sch. and Missionary Dept. 
( appointments in editorial and literary work ), 
'92 — ; Author, " From WTience come War " 
(London), '64; "Picturesque Journeys in 
America" (Worthington, $2.50), '83; " Re- 
\-iew of the Sabbath-sch. Mission Work of 
the Pbn. Ch." (Philadelphia), '93. 

BRONSON, Charles E., Saginaw, Mich. 
— Born, Geneva, N. Y.; Amh. C, Mass., B. 
A., 1880, D. D., '95; Un. T. S., N. Y., '84; 
Lie. July, '84, Pby. of Geneva; Ord. Nov., 
'84, Pby. of North River; P. Marlborough- 
on-Hudson, N. Y., '84-91; P. 1st Ch., Sag- 
inaw, Mich, '92—. 

BRONSON, Elias S., French Creek, W. 
Va. — Born, Yorktown, N. Y. ; Rec. Degree 
of M. D.; Prin. T. S., 1852; Lie. '49, Pby. of 
Columbia; Ord. Ev., '74, Pby. of West Va.; 
M. and Sab-sch. work in the South, and Ev. 
work; Chiefly M. and Ev. work; Stud, med- 
icine and practiced same with Ev. work; Ev. 
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BROOKS, Peter Haverly, U'ilkesbayrc. 
I\i. -Uoni. SchLiicctaav. N. V., Dec. 1«, 1837; 
Un. C. N. v., B. A., iil; I'n. U., N. Y., D. 
I).. 'WT; Prin. T. S., '(V4; Ord. Julv 13, '«5, Pbv. 

of Alhaiiv; S. S River, N. J., T.4-(i5; P. 

West Milton, N. Y.. 'fif>-«!>; 1'. Knowlton and 
Hope. N. J., '«8-ri; P. 1st Ch., Susquehanna. 
Pa., '"l-H'.t; Phi. M. Lackawanna Phy, '8<J— ; 
S. C, Le^'il A^t. and Representative of 
Lackawanna Phy. — ; Memh. Com. of Synl. 
Sustentation— >■; Author, " Historv of Lacka- 
wanna Phy," '88; " Fiftv Golden Years, Pas- 
tonite of Rev. N. G. 'Parke, D. D.," '94; 
" I-:dfM's Sunnv SIojk-s" ($1.50), '<.»7. 

BROOKS, Walter Augustus, Trenton, 
A', y.— Born, Le Rov, N. Y.; U. of Mich., 
B. A., 1872; Laf. Ci, Pa., D. D., '93; Lie. 
July, '74, Phy. of Blooniinji:ton; Ord. Oct. 
14, '70, Phv. of New Brunswick; P. Prospect 
vSt. Phn. Cii., Trenton, N. J., Oct. 14, '75—; 
S. C. Syn. of New Jersey, Oct., '88—. 

BROUILLETTE, Charles H., k'enesaw, 
\t/>. Horn, Ouehcc, Canada; McG. U., 
yue., B. A., 1K72; Pbn. T. S., Montreal, 
Can., '75; Lie. Sept. 15, Ord. Oct. 21, '75, Pby. 
of Chillicothe; S. S. Mowrytown and Sar- 
dinia. '75-7(5; P. St. Louis, Quebec, Can., 
"77-78; P. New Glasgow, Que., Can., '79-80; 
S. S. Alexandria, Neb., '81-91; S. S. 2d Ch., 
Beatrice, Neb.. '92-93; S. S. Strawford, Or- 
leans. Beaver City and Oxford, Neb., '94-95; 
S. S. Kenesaw and Bethel, Neb., '96 — . 

BROUILLETE, Telespore, Cervais, Ore- 
.C"-— Memb. I'bv. of Williamette; S. S. 
Chehalis, Wa.sh.. ''s2-H4 and P. '85-8(5; S. S. 
Toledo. Wash.. '87-89; S. S. Baker City, 
Ore.. '90-91; S. S. Toledo, Wash., '92-94; S. 
S. Mvrtle Point, Ore., '95; S. S. Gervais, 
Ore.. '97—. 

BROWN, Alexander B., T/iompsonville, 
I'll. I'.orn. Canonsburj^, Pa.; Stud. F. and 
M. C. Pa.; Wn. T. S., Pa., 1878; Lie. '77, 
Ord. Dec. 15. '79, Pbv. of Pittsburg; P. Cen- 
tre. Pa., '79-93; P. Fairview, Pa., INIay 23, 
'9;j— . 

BROWN, Allen Henry, Atlantic City, 
\'. ./.~15orn, New York City, (123 Pearl 
St.), Sept. 23. 1«20; Stud. U.'Cy., N. Y'., 2 
vrs.; Col. C. N. Y., B. A.. '39; Stud. Un. T. 
S.. N. Y.; Prin. T. S , '43; Lie. '43 (?), Pbv. 
of New \brk; Ord. Ivv. Jan. 6, '48, Pby. of 
West Jersey; S. S. May's Landing, N. J., 
'47 CM); I'hl. ^L Abseconi, 't;0-70, S. S. May's 
Landing and Tuckahoe, '70-72; N. Y. City, 
'73; Syn. M. Monmouth and West Jersey, 
'87-88; Pbl. IMissionary West Jersey Pby. — ; 
.\uthor, "History of Pbn. Ch. in New' Jer- 
sey." (Pamphlets, Pby. and Syn. and N. T. 
Hist.Soci 

BROWN, Andrew Christy, iSzi Binnev 
St., Omaha, Xi-b.—Worn, Saltsburg. Pa.; Ad. 
CO., B. A.. 1875; Un. T. S., N. Y., '80; 
Lie. April, '80, Pbv. of Washington; Ord.' 
June 15, '80, Pby. of Ce<lar Rapids; Sened 
the follo^ving Clis. : Garrison, Big Ann and 
Dysjtrt, la.. '8()-.S'_'; Tipton. la., '8'>-88; What 
Cheer. la., 'KK-iM(; Hethel Ch., Peoria, 111 



'90-91; Calvary Ch., Peoria, 111., '91-97; P. 
Knox Ch., Oniaha, Neb., Dec. 20, '97—. 

BROWN, Andrew MeCully, Gorham, 
N. }'. -Born, Minden, Ont., Canada; Man. 
C, B. A., 1893; Aub. T. S., N. \'., '95; Lie 
April 9, Ord. April 24, '95, Pby. of Cayuga; 
S. S. Hartshorn Chapel, Hornells\alle, '95; 
S. S. Pbn. Ch., Gorham, N. Y., Jan. 1, '96—. 

BROWN, Andrew Gregg Curtin, Mid- 
dteto7i'n, la. — Born, Brownsville, Pa.; Stud. 
Waynesburg C, Pa., 3 yrs; McC. T. S., Chi- 
cago. 1896; Lie. Sept. 16, '96, Ord. April 13, 
'97, Pbv. of Iowa; S. S. 1st Pbn. Ch., Mid- 
dleton,' la.. May 9, '96-97 and P. of same 
March 16, '97—.' 

BROWN, Anselm B., 217 S. Broadway, 
Los Angeles, Cat. — Bom, Sebago, Maine; 
Yale C, B. A., 1867, M. A., '75; Stud. U. of 
Halle, Germany; Y'ale T. S., '71; Lie. May 

4, '69, Cong. Asso. \Vestern District, New 
Haven, Conn.; Ord. June 20, '73, Cong. Asso. 
Fox River Union; Rec. '91, by Pby. of Puget 
Sound from Miami Conf. of Cong. Ch. , So. 
Ohio; Rec. Oct. 18, '94 by Pby. of Los An- 
geles; S. S. Cong. Mission, New Hayen, 
Conn., '71-73; P. Cong. Ch., Lockport, 111., 
'73-74; Stud. Halle, Ger., and traveling in 
Europe 18 mos.; P. Cong. Ch., Morrisania, 
N. Y'., and Tea. Washington Heights Inst., 
for boys, 1 yr. , P. Cong. Ch. . Fort Wayne, 
Ind., '76-77; Prin. Classical Sch. for Boys 
and Y^oung Men, Detroit, Mich., '77-82; Prin. 
similar institution, Cincinnati, O., '82-86; S. 

5. various Chs. during this time; S. S. Cong. 
Ch., Salem, Ore., '88-89; S. S. Pbn. Ch., 
New Whatcom, Wash., 2 yrs.; Prin. Collegi- 
ate Sch. for Boys and Y'oung Men, Los An- 
geles. Cal., '93 — ; Traveled extensively in 
China and Japan, '94. 

BROWN, Arthur Judson, 156 Fifth 
Ave., XccV York, N. Y. — Born, Holliston, 
Mass.; Wab. C, Ind., B. A., 1880, M. A., '94; 
Lake F., U. 111., D. D., '91; Lane T. S., O., 
'83; Lie. '82, Ord. '83, Pby. of Winnebago; 
Served the following Chs.: 1st Ch., Ripon, 
Wis., '83-84; 1st Ch., Oak Park. 111., '84-88; 
1st Ch., Portland, Ore., 'SS-95; Correspond- 
ing Sec. Bd. of F. I\I., New York Cy., '96—. 

BROWN, Benjamin James, Mt. Pleas- 
ant, O. — Born, Canada; Knox C., Ont., B. 
A.; Knox T. S., Ont., 1878; Ord. May, '76, 
Pbv. of S. (?); P. Grand Yalley, Out'., '79- 
83; P. Blufifton and Rockport, O., '83-89; P. 
Main St. Ch., Lima. O., '79-92; P. Hopewell 
and Na.shville, O., '92-97; P. Mt. Pleasant. 
O., May 1, '97—. 

BROWN, Charles Henry, Coal 1 alley, 
III. — Born, Waddingtou, N. Y.; St. Lawrence 
U., N. Y., B. A., B. S.. 1889; McC. T. S.. 
Chicago, '95; Ord. June 11. '95, Pby. of Rock 
River; S. S. Coal Vallev and Beulah, 111., 
June 1, '95—. 

BROWN, Charles M., Jacksonville, III, 
—Born, Ilill.sboro, 111.; Blk. U., 111., Ph. B., 
1885, M. A., '89; McC. T. S., Chicago, '88; 
Lie. April, '87, Pby. of .\lton; Ord. June 22, 
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Ch., Jacksonville, 111., Sept., '97—. 

BROWN, Christopher R., Newark, N. 
/.—Born, New York City, Feb. 20, 1840; 
Lane T. S., O., '63-64; Un. T. S., N. Y., '64- 
67; Lie. April 2, '67, Pbv. of New York; Ord. 
May 21, '68; S. S. New'Haven, Conn., Troy, 
N. Y., '69-70, Melrose, '71; P. Newtown, 
'74-77 — ; Memb. Pby. of Westchester — . 

BROWN, David, Perry, /a.— Born, West- 
moreland Co., Pa., Feb. 14, 1838; W. and J. 
C, Pa., B. A., '67; Lane T. S., O., '67-70; 
Lie. April, '69, Pbv. of Kittanning; Ord. 
April. '70, Pby. of Fairfield; S. S. Kirkville, 
la., '70-73; P. Oxford, '73-83—; S. S. Perry, 
la.—. 

BROWN, David, // Nassau St., Charles- 
ton, S. r.— Born, Sah.sbur>-, N. C; Biddle 
U., N. C. B. A., 1882, M. A., '88, D. D., '96; 
Biddle T. S., N. C, '85; Lie Nov., '84, Ord. 
April, '85- P. 2d Pbn. Ch., Statesville, N. C, 
'85-88; P. Cameron, '86-88; S. S. My. ^for 
Pbn. Bd., '88-93; P. Chestnut St. Pbn. Ch., 
Wilmington. N. C, '93-94; College P, and 
Supt. Dept. of Biddle U., Charlotte, N. C, 
'94-96; S. S. Olivet Pbn. Ch. and Pres. Wal- 
lingford Acd., Charleston, S. C. — ; author, 
" Young People' Column," in The Africo- 
Atnerican Pbn., '93 — . 

BROWN, David S., Kimball, S. Dak. 
— Born, Plattsville, Ont., Canada; Stud, in 
Canadian Schs.; Aub. T. S., N. Y., 1889; Lie. 
May, '88, Ord. May, '99, Pby. of Cayuga; H. 
M. work in Iowa and S. Dak.; S. S. 1st 
Pbn. Ch., Kimball, S. Dak., '96—. 

BROWN, Duncan, Tarkio, J/o.— Born, 
Hannibal, Mo., June 6, 1844; Pardee C, Mo., 

B. A., '68; High. U.. Kans., M. A., '72, D. 
D., '84; Prin. T. S., '71; Lie. April, '70, Pby. 
of Palmyra; Ord. April, '72, Pby. of Osage 
(Kansas City); ser\-ed the following Chs. : 
Warsaw, Mo'. '71-73; Clarence, Mo., '73-74; 
Palmyra, Mo., "71-77; Mound Citv. Mo.,'77- 
82; North Ch., St. Joseph, Mo., '83-85; Ma- 
con, Mo., '91-93; S. S. Tarkio, Mo., '93—; 
Prof. Latin, Highland U., Kans., '82-84 and 
Pres. of same U., '85-89; Pres. Brookfield 

C, Mo., '89-91; served in 3d Mo. Un. Vol. 
Cavalry, '61-65. 

BROWN, Edward John, Comvay 
Springs, Kans. — Born, Avondale, Cincin- 
nati, O.; Han. C, Ind., B. A., 1873, M. A., 
'78; Lane T. S., '76; Lie. '76, Ord. '77, Pby. 
of Cincinnati; P. Harrison, O., '76-82; S. S. 
Newton, Kans., '82-83; S. S. Florence, Kans., 
'83-85; H. M. Wichita, Kans., '85-88; P. 
Conway Springs and Peotonc, Kans., '88 — . 

BROWN, Edward Williams, Nezvark, 
O. — Born, Montgomery Shire, N. Wales; 
Denison U., O.. B. A., 1863, M. A., '66; Wn. 
T. S., Pa., '(i5; Lie '59, Pby. of Ohio (Welsh 
Calvinistic Methodist Ch. ); Ord. Syn. of 
« New York and Vermont (same Ch. ); sen-ed 
the following Chs.: Calvin M. Ch., Fairha- 
ven, Vt., '65-69; Pbn. Chs., Chesterville and 
Waterford, O., '70-72; Irondale, O., '72-78; 
Ebensburg, Pa., '78-80; Chesterville, O., '81- 
84; Pomeroy, O., '84-86; Chandlersville and 



Duncan Falls, O., '87-92; Martinsburg and 
Bladensburg, O., '92-95; S. S. Newark, O.— . 

BROWN, Edwin, Wolsey, S. Dak.—?,oxx\, 
Holmes Co.. O.; Wo. U., O., B. A., 1876, M. 
A., '79; Un. T. S., N. Y.. '79; Ord. Aug. '79, 
Pby. of Nassau; served the following Chs. : 
Green Lawn. L. I., N. J., '79-83; Jefferson 
Citv, Mo., '83, Wolsev, S. Dak., '84-92; 
Prof. Greek, Pierre C, S. Dak., '92-95; S. S. 
Wolsey, S. Dak., '95—. 

BROWN, E. Winslow, Malvern, la. 
—Born, Urbana, 111.; Wo. U., O., B. A., 

1884, M. A., '87; Prin. T. S., '87; Lie June, 
'86, Pby. of Wooster; Ord. June,- '87, Pby. of 
Newton; P. Greenwich Ch. , Bloomsburg, N. 
J., '87-92; P. Malvern, la., Jan., '92—. 

BROWN, Elliott Wilber, Dubuque, 
/a.— Born, West Brookfield, Mass.; Wab. C, 
Ind., B. A., 1885, and M. A.; McC. T. S., 
Chicago, '88; Lie. March 28, '87, Pby. of 
Chicago; Ord. July 31, '88, Pby. of Puget 
Sound; P. 1st Ch., Seattle, Wash., '88-92; P. 
Wm. Ch., Detroit. Mich.. '92-94; P. 2dCh., 
Dubuque, la.. May 1, '94 — . 

BROWN, E. Woodworth, Palo Alto, 
Cal. — IVIemb. Pby. of San Jose — . 

BROWN, Paris, Neiv Concord, Ohio. 
—Born, Ohio C, W. Va., April 24, 1836; 
Stud. W. C, Pa., ZYz vr§.; W. and J., M. 
A.; Stud. Dan. T. S., Ky., and Wn. T. S., 
Pa.; Lie. April, '61, Pbv. of Washington; 
Ord. April, '63, Pby. of Ebenezer; S. S. 
Greenupsburg and Greenup Union, '63-66; 
P. ]Muskingum, '66-75; P. New Concord and 
Norwich, O., '75 — . 

BROWN, Francis, 700 Park Ave., 
New York, N. F.— Born, Hanover, N. H.; 
Dart C, N. H., B. A., 1870, M. A., '73, D. 
D., '84; Ham. C, N. Y., Ph. D., '84; Yale, 
D. D., '94; Stud. U. of Berlin, '77-79; Lie. 
April, '77, Manhattan Cong. Asso.; Ord. 
March 20, '82, Pby. of New York; Instructor 
of Biblical Philology-; Un. T. S., N. Y., '79- 
81, Asso. -Prof, of same, '90; Davenport Prof. 
Hebrew and Cognate Language, Un. T. S., 
N. Y., '90 — ; author (Ed.), "Lenomant's 
'Beginnings of History,'" '82; "Teaching 
of Twelve Apostles " (with Pres. R. D. Han- 
cock), '84-85; " Assj-riology, Its Use and 
Abuse," '85; " Hebrew and English Lex.," 
'91-97. 

BROWN, Fred A. M., New Haven, 
Ojw;/.— Born, New York City; Un. C, N. Y., 
B. A., 1860, D. D., '86; Un. T. S., N. Y., '63; 
Lie. '63, Ord. '64, Pbv. of New York; P. Pon- 
sippany. N. J.; P. Delhi, N. Y., 16yrs.; P. 
Little Falls, N. Y., 6 yrs. ; P. Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y., '88-90; P. 1st Ch., New Haven, Conn., 
'90—. 

BROWN, Henry A., Cottageville, Ky. 
—Lie. and Ord., 1894, Pby. of Ebenezer; P. 
E^benezer and S. S. Valle}-, Ky., '95 — . 

BROWN, Henry Lewis, Somers, Wis. 
— Born, Worcester, Mass., Feb. 13, 1830; 
Stud. Mi. v., O., '51-55; Lane T. S., O.. '67; 
Lie. Sept., '66, Pby. of Oxford; Ord. Sept., 
'67, Pby. of Ft. Wayne; Served the follow- 



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ing Chs.: Marion, Ind., '()7-<39; Peru, Ind., 
•«!>-70; Omro. Wis., Tt^-TU; U)di, Wis., '79- 
ha; Omro, Wis., '88-87, Merrill. Wis., '87-94; 
Ollawa and Kaj^'le, Wis., '94-97; P. Somers, 
Wis. '97- . 

BROWN, Hopatlo Woodward, U'oostcr, 
(;._H<,rn, lUifTalo, N. Y.; YaleC, B. A., 1864, 
and M. A.; Stud. Un. T. vS.,N. Y.,and Yale 
T. S.; Lie. at New Haven; Ord. Jan. 17, '59, 
Cong. Asso., Wis.; Tutor Yale C, 'oB-59; S. 
S. Ripon, Wis., ■f)9-(H»; Europe, '(R>-()2; P. 
Pbn. Ch., Lvons, N. Y., 'tS8-(;(i; P. Brockport, 
N. Y., '()7-71; P. WilliaiiL-^jiort, Pa., '72-84; 
H. R., '84—. 

BROWN. Hubert Wm., Apartado joj, 
Mfxuo Cil\. Mt.viio. — Horn, Cleveland, U., 
Feb. 10, 186S; U. of Mich., B. A., 1879, and 
M. A.; Prin. T. S., '88; P. G., Prin. T. S.; 
Lie, '82. Pbv. of New Brunswick; Ord. April 
9, '84, Pby. of Monmouth; S. S. Point Pleas- 
ant, N. J., '83-84; My. Cy. of Mexico, Aug., 
'84—; Supt. of part of Mexico field; Treas. 
So. Half Mexico Mis.sion,"92 — ; Prof, in The- 
ological Sch. of Mission, '84—; Author, Ed. 
of .^I. Publications; Translator into Spanish, 
"Dr. Fisher's Hist, of the Reformation," 
(Pbn. Bd. of Pub.,) '91; A Book of Forms 
for Pbn. Ch., (Mexico Cy.,) '96; Ed. Spanish 
translations, " Dr. A. A. Hodge's Commen- 
tary- on Confession of Faith," and " Dr. W. 
H. Green's Argument of Book of Job," (Mex- 
ico City); "El Faro," Mission paper; S. S. 
Leaves, etc., in Spanish. 

BROWN, James R., Citronelle. Ala. 
—Born, Morning Sun, O.; CentreC, Kv.,M. 
A., 18(U; Oxford T. S., O., (Asso. Ref.'Ch.); 
Lie. April, "52, 1st Pby. of Ohio; Ord. Sept., 
'69, Pby. of Schuyler; Prof. Latin and Greek, 
Monmouth C, 111., '68-58; P. Pbn. Ch., Hilis- 
boro. 111.; P. Malvern, la.; P. Emerson, la.; 
P. Emerson, Neb.; P. 4th Pbn. Ch., Sioux 
City, la.; P. Citroiiellc, Ala., '97—. 

BROWN, J. EdwaPd, Piercc/on, Ind. 
— Born, Indiana])olis, Ind.; Un. T. S., N. Y., 
1886; Lie. and Ord. Julv, '8.5, Pbv. of Indian- 
apolis; Ser\-ed the following Chs.': North Ch., 
St. Joseph, Mo., '86-88; P. 6th Ch., Indian- 
apolis, Ind., '88-92; with Herald and Pres- 
byter, '92-94; P. Ludlow, Kv., '96-96; P. 
I*iereeton, Ind., '97—. 

BROWN, John, Pall River, J/fl.M.— Born, 
County Derrv, IrL-land, 1820; Laf. C, Pa., B. 
A.; Lane T. S., O., '47 60; Lie. April, '59, 
Pby. of Allegheny; Ord. '60, Pbv. of Beaver; 
P. Freedom, '61-.53; Concord, ' Pa., '61-77- 
Pleas<int Hill, W. Ya., '77-79; W. C, ,79-82; 
Ev. Pby. of Boston—. 

BROWN, John Alexander, Williavis- 
t07vn, N. /—Horn. Newtownards, Iieland; 
New Windsor C, Md., B. A., 1898, M. A., 96; 
Pnn. T. S., '96; Lie. April 17, '96, Ord. May 
14, 'W, Pby. of West Jersev; P. Williams- 
town, and S. S. Janvier, N. j".. May 14, 96 . 

BROWN, John Halleek, jVedoppen , Pa. 
—Born, Slroudsburg, Pa., Mav 17, 1843; 
^ltud. Prin. U.; Fn. T. S.. N. ^ ., '70; Ord. 
May, '70, Pby. of Otsego; P. Worcester, N. 
Y., •7(»-72; P. Preble, N. Y., 70-74; S S 



Canisteo, N. Y., '74-79; S. S. Shawnee, Pa., 
'79-84; P. TunkhannockandMeshoppen.Pa., 
'84—; Memb. Pby. of . 

BROWN, John Howard, Nezv Haven, 
Conn. — Memb. Pbv. of Lehigh; P. Tunkhan- 
noek. Pa., 1886-92; P. t:. Stroudsburg, Pa., 
'98-94; Resident, New Haven, Conn., '9(>- 
97—. 

BROWN, Joseph, Marshfield, Wis.— 
Born, Scotland; Lie.—, Ord., Oct., 1897, I'by. 
Winnebago; S. S. Mission work, 10 yrs.; S. 
S. vSheldon, N. D.; H. M., Pby. of Fargo—. 

BROWN, Josiah Johnson, Newark, N.J. 

—Born, Newark, N. J., Aug. 29, 1889; Rut. 
C, N. J., B. A., '60; New Brunswnek T. S., 
'66-66; Un. T. S., N. Y., '66-68; Ord. Oct., 
'68; H. M. Clinton, Mo., '68-69; S. S. Inde- 
pendence, Kan., '69-70; S. S. Milton Centre, 
O.. '71-72; Toledo, O., '72-86; Memb. Pby. 
of Newark — . 

BROWN, Kenneth, Chehalis, Wash.— 
Born, Hamilton, Ont., Can.; Prin. U., B. A., 
1878, M. A., '96; Prin. T. S., '96; Lie. April, 
Ord. June, '96, Pbv. of Brooklyn; S. S. Zion, 
:\Id., '94; S. S. Piedmont, W. Va., '95; S. S. 
Chehalis, Wash., '96—. 

BROWN, Lewis Fpanklin, Washington- 
ville. Pa. — Born, New Oxford, Pa.; F. and 
M. C, Pa., B. A., 1881, M. A., '87; P. G. Stud. 
Prin. U., '81-82; Prin. T. S., '84; Lie. April 
10, '83, Pbv. of Westminster; Ord. June 5, '88, 
Pbv. of Northumberland; S. S. I\Iem. Ch., 
Lancaster, Pa., '83; S. S. Lost Creek, McAlis- 
terville. Pa., '84-87; S. S. Washingtonville 
and Deny, Pa., '87, and P., '88; S. S. New 
Columbia, Pa.,'88— ; Mod. Pby. of Northum- 
berland, '94-96; Corns, to Gen. Ass., Winona 
Park, Ind., '97; Chm. Com. of Ch. Erection, 
'94-9(); Chm. Com. on S. S. work of Pby. 
North, '97; j\Iem. Com. of Examination on 
Personal Pietv and Motives for Seeking the 
Ministrv, '98.' 

BROWN, Milton W., Delaware, O.— 
Born, Apple Creek, O., May 20, 1821; Jeflf. 
C, Pa., B. A., '48; W^n. T. S., Pa., '61; Lie. 
April, '61, Ord. Nov. 17, '51, Pby. of Coshoc- 
ton (Wooster); Served the following Chs.: 
Wooster, Nashville. Hopewell, '61-71; Mt. 
Ivaton and Berlin, O., '71-79; Radnor and 
O.strander, '79-86; Ev. work, '8(5-92; H. R. 
Author, " March of Progress;" two sons in 
the ]\Iinistrv. 

brown', Nathan Thomas, Cat-'ers-Mle, 
/{/.— P.oni, Millport, ().; Prin. U., B. A., '91, 
,^I. A., '94, Ph. D., '97; Prin. T. S., '95; Lie. 
June 28, '94, Pbv. of Steuben ville; Ord. Aug. 
ii, '95, Pby. of 'Philadelphia, North; P. Car- 
versville. Pa.. '96 — . 

BROWN, Paul F., BaHoiv, /'/a.— Born, 
Madison, hid.; II.-S. C, Ya., '72; Un. T. S., 
Va., '76; Lie. April 24, '76, Ord. April, 'SO, 
Pbv. of Roanoke; Ev. Pbv. of Roanoke, '75- 
82;' P:v. in Kv.. '82-83; P. Buckingham C.. 
H., Va.. '88-8"6; P. Brunswick. Ga., '86-92; 
P. St. Elmo and Lookout Mt., Tenn., '92-96; 
P. Bartow. Fla.. '97—. 

BROWN, Paul W., 1305 Michigan Ave., 
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Cong. Ch., Kansas City, Mo. — 

BROWN, Robert Matthews, Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y. — Born, Amsterdam, N. Y., 
1813; Un. C, N. Y., B. A., M. A., and D. D.; 
Ref. Pbn. T. S., '41; Lie. '41, Ord '45 Pby. 
of New York; Served the following Chs. : 
Highland, Marlborough, and Cold Spring; 
Memb. Pby. of North River—; H. R. 

BROWN, Samuel, 712 jth Ave., West 
Ashland, Wis. — Born, Monaghan, Ireland; 
Queens C, Belfast; Assembly's C. T. S., 

Belfast; Ord. Pby. of Chippewa; Served 

the following Chs. : Galesville, Wis. , 3 yrs. ; 
Chippewa Falls, Wis., 14 yrs.; P. 1st Ch., 
Ashland, Wis. , 8 yrs.^ 

BROWN, Thomas J., Utka, N. V.— 
Born, Philadelphia, Pa.; YaleC, B. A., 1865; 
Ham. C, N. Y., D. D., '85; Un. T. S., N. Y., 
'68; Ord. '68, Pby. of Philadelphia; P. Logan 
Square Ch., Philadelphia, Pa., '68-70; P. 
Wm. Ch., Utica, N. Y., '70—. 

BROWN, Walter Scott, Satid Lake' 
JV. Y. — Born, Dumfries, Scotland; Prin. U., 

B. A., 1860; Prin. T. S., '63; Lie. Sept. 11, 
'62, Ord. Sept. 12, '63, Pby. of Hudson; 
Served the following Chs.: Bethel, N. Y., 
'64-67; Ref. Ch. , Woodbourne, N. Y., '67-88; 
Ref. Ch., Clarksville, N. Y., '88-91; Pbn. 
Ch., Sand Lake, N. Y., '91—; Del. 3d Gen. 
Council of the Ref. D. Chs., Belfast, Ireland, 
'84; Author, "Ref. Ch. in Fallsburg." 

BROWN, Wm. Adams, 46 East 70th St., 
New York, N. Y. — Born, New York City; 
Yale C, B. A., 1886, M. A., '87; Un. T. S., 
N. Y., '90; Lie. '90, Ord. '92, Pby. of New 
York; Instructor Ch. Hist. Un. T. S., N. Y., 
'92-93; Instructor in Systematic Theol., '92- 
95, and Prof. Systematic Theology, '95 — . 

BROWN, Wm. Albert, Arnot, Pa.— 
Born, Green City, Pa.; Franklin C. O., Ph. 
B., 1893; Wn. T. S., Pa., '96; Lie. April 17, 
'95, Pby. of Butler; Ord. June 29, '97, Pby. 
of Wellsboro; S. S. Bell Valley, Pa., 9 mos.; 
P. Arnot, Pa., April, '97—. 

BROWN, Wm. Blackburn, Hays, Kan. 
— Born, Spring Place, Ga.; Marysville C, 
Tenn., B. A., 1875; Dan. T. S., Ky., '78; Lie. 
Aug., '77, Ord. Aug., '78. Pby. of Kingston; 
Served the following Chs. : Kingston, Tenn., 
'78-82; Villisca, la., '82-87; Wakeeney, 
Kan., 87-90; Rockwood and Spring City, 
Tenn., '90-92; New W^ashington, Ind., '92- 
96; Hayes and Wakeeny, Kan., '96 — . 

BROWN, Wm. C, West Chester, Pa. 
—Memb. Pby. of Chester; P. Liberty St. 
Ch., Troy, N. Y., '83-87; P. Knox Ch., 
Baltimore, Md., '88-93; P. 2d Ch., West 
Chester, Pa., '94—. 

BROWN, William F., Canonsburg, Pa- 
—Born, Canonsburg, Pa., 1843; W. and J. 

C, Pa., B. A., '65. Wn. T. S., Pa., '65-68; 
Lie. April, '69, Ord. '72, Pby. of Ohio; P. 
Canonsburg, Pa., '72-75; P. Newark, O., 
'75-79; Prin. Canonsburg Acd., 84-88; Ev. 
Canonsburg, Pa., '89 — . 



BROWN, Wm. Fiske, 121S Chapin St., 
Beloit, Wis.—^cxu, Beloit, Wis.; Beloit C, 
B. A., 1866, M. A., '69; Gale C, Wis., D. D., 
'90; Un. T. S., N. Y., '70; Lie. April or May, 
'70, Pby. of New York; Ord. May 3, '71, 
Pby. of Milwaukee; S. S. Cong. Ch., Benton 
and Chnton, Mo., '69; S. S. Black River 
Falls, Wis., '71-73; P. Mavwood, 111., '74- 
75; P. E. 1st Pbn. Ch., Beaver Dam, Wis., 
'75-78; S. S. 1st Pbn. Ch., Baraboo, Wis., 
'78-79; S. S. Cong. Ch., Evansville, Wis., 
'79-80; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Janesville, Wis., 
'80-93; Synl. M. for Wis., '94-95; S. S. 1st 
Pbn. Ch., Superior, Wis., '95-96; Ev. Pby. of 
Madison, '96 — ; S. C. and Treas. Madison 
Pby., '87-95, and Oct. 15, '97—. 

BROWN, Wm. Reynolds, 209 East St. 
Catherine St., Louisville, Ky. — Born, Ver- 
sailles, Ky.; Centre C, Kv., B. A., 1862; 
Han. C, Ind., D. D.. '83; Dan. T. S., Ky., 
'65; Lie. April, '64, Ord. Sept., '65, Pby. of 
West Lexington; P. Georgetown, Ky., '65- 
70; P. 1st Ch., Leavenworth, Kan., '70-73; 

P. Valley, Ky., '73-77; P. Lake Forest, 

111., '77-81; P. Madison, Ind., '81-93; Ev. 
Louis\'ille, Ky., '93 — . 

BROWN, William Y., Philadelphia, Pa. 
—Born, Achor, O.; Jeflf. C, Pa., B. A. and 
M. A.; Laf. C, Pa., D. D., 1883; Stud, (spe- 
cial course) Prin. T. S.; Lie. Pby. of New 
Brunswick; Ord. Pby. of New Li.sbon; P. 
Pbn. Ch., New Lisbon, O., Port Royal, Pa., 
1st Pbn. Ch., Denver, Col., Darbv Borough, 
Pa., Port Chester, N. Y., 1st Ch.,' Narberth, 
Pa.; S. S. 7th St., Wm. Ch., Washington, D. 
C; S. S. Conshohocken, Pa.; Memb. Pby. of 
Philadelphia North —; Hospital Chapl. U. S. 
Army, Washington, D. C, '61-65; Author, 
"Army Chaplain, U. S. A.," (Martin & Co., 
Phila.), "Christian Hero," "Century of 
Temperance Work in Pbn. Ch." 

BROWN, George S. J., 2605 Eden Ave., 
Cincinnati, O. — Born, Cincinnati, O.; Otb. 
U., O., B. A., 1869, M. A., '72; Lane T. S., O., 
'72; Lie. April, '71, Ord. June 13, '72, Pby. of 
Cincinnati; S. S. Morrow, O., '71, and P. '72- 
74; M. work Chicago, '75-77; P. Mt. Ster- 
ling and Midway, O. , '77-82; P. Columbus, 
Ind., '83-86; P. Bowling Green, O., '86-94; 
P. Poplar St. Ch., Cincinnati, O., '95—. 

BROWN, Nathaniel Foster, Carlton, N. 
K— Born, Millville, N. J.; Prin. U., B. A., 
1849, M. A. ,'55; Lie. April, '78, Ord. April, '79, 
Pbv. of Huntingdon; Served the following 
Chs.: Newton, Hamilton, Pa., '79-82, with 
Petersburg, '80-82; Carlton, N. Y., '82-87; 
Springville, N. Y., '87-92; S. S. Carlton, N. 
Y., '92—. 

BROWNING, Webster E., Santiago, 
Chili.— V&r\L C, Mo., B. A., 1894, and M. A.; 
Prin. U., B. A., '94; Emp. C, Kan., Ph.D., 
'95; San Fran. T. S., Cal., '95; Ord. July 7, 
'95, Pby. of Larned; S. S. Garden City, Kan., 
'95. My. to Chili, '96—. 

BROWNLEE, Daniel, Cli/ton, a— Born, 
Cincinnati, O.; U. of Cinti., B. A., 1892; Wn. 
T. S., Pa., '95; Lie. Arpil, '94, Pby. of Cin- 



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ciunati; Oni. Oct. 22, "DS, Pby. of Dayton; P. 
Clifton. O.. Oct., •»»>—. 

BROWN LEE, Edmund S., Appleton City, 
y>/c). Horn, WashiiiKlon, Pa.; \V. and J. C, 
I'a., H. A., IXHtt; Wn. T. S., Pa., '«}»; Ijc. 
.\pril 11, 'HS, Phv. of \Vashin)^on; Ord. April 
X. •»(), Pby. of West Vii^jinia; S. S. Ravens- 
wooil. W. Va.. 'W> ilt); S. S. Ml. Vernon, la., 
■»l-«4; S. S. Appleton City, Mo.. '94 — ; Au- 
thor. News Va\. Anjcrican Press Association 
for a time. 

BROWNSON.JamesL, IVashius^-lon, Pa. 

Horn. MerlX■r^llllr^,^ Pa., Mar. 11, 1817; W. 
and J. C, Pa., R. A.'. ':«!; I.af. C, Pa., D. D., 
•r>S; Han. C. Ind., I-L.D.,'!»1; Wn. T. S.. 
Pa., '40; I,ic. Oct. 10, '40, Pbv. of Carlisle; 
Ord. Nov. 2o, '41, Pby. of Redstone; P. 
Orcensbur^' and Ml. Pleasant, Pa., '41-49; P. 
1st Ch., Pa.. Jan. 1, •4'.>— . 

BROWNSON, Marcus A., Pfiihi.. Pa. 
-r.orii. Wasliiii-ion, Pa., June 24, 18o!»; W. 
and J. C, Pa., B. A., '7S; Wn. T. S., Pa., '78- 
M; Lie. April 28, '80, Pbv. of Washington; 
Ord. April 2!*, 'H3. Pby. of' New Castle ;\S.S. 
Hebron Mem. Chapel, Philadelphia, Pa., '79- 
H:{; a. p. Central Ch., Wilmington, Del.. '88- 
81; P. IstCh., Camden, N. J.,'84— ; P. IstCh.. 
Detroit. Mich. — ; P. 10th Ch., Phila., '9(>— . 

BRUCE, Charles H., Mmicv, /Iz.— Born, 
N\w ShetTield, Pa.; Ag. C, Pa., B. A.. 1879, 
D. I)., '90; Stud. Wn. T. S., Pa., '79-81; Ijc. 
April 14, '80, Pbv. of Krie; Ord. Oct. 18, '82, 
Pbv. of Council Bluffs; P. Menlo, la.. H. M., 
'HI -So; P. Union Citv, Pa., '85-87; P. Fifth 
Ch.. Kansas Citv, Mo'., 87-97; P. E. Muncv, 
Pa., July 9, '87—. 

BRUCE, David G., Cardeti Grove, la. 
— Born, Jefferson Co., O.; Wm. C, Pa., B. A., 
18(11; Xenia T. S., O., '67; Uc '66, U. P. 
Pby. of Delaware; Ord. '69, U. P. Pby. of 
Big Spring; P. Lower Chanceford, Pa. ; P. U. 
P. Ch., IMediapolis, la.; S. S. Camp Creek, 
111.; S. S. Randolph, 111.; S. S. Ebenezer, 
111.; S. S. Fountain Green, 111.; S. S. Prim- 
rose and Sharon, la.; Memb. Pby. of Des 
Moines. 

BRUCE, Jesse C, /j; Beuna Vista St., 
All,iiheu\\ /'(/.— Born, Florence, Pa.; W. 
and J. C, Pa., B. A., 1872, M. A., '75, D. D., 
"5HJ; Wn. T. S., Pa., '76; Lie. April, '75, Pby. 
of Wiishington; Ord. June, '76, Pby. of Pitts- 
burg; Ser\'ed the following Chs.; Oakdale, 
Pa.. '76-78; 1st Ch., Peoria, 111.. '78-86; 
Franklin. Pa.. '87-9(5; P. Wm. Ch., Alle- 
gheny, Pa., '9(5—; Director Wn. T. S. — . 

BRUECHERT, Fpederick W., Schap- 
vilU\ III. — Horn, Arendsee, Pru.ssia; Dub. C. 
la.. B. A.. 1873; Dub. T. S., la.. '78; Ord. 
June 18. '73. Pbv. of Cedar Rapids; P. Rich- 
land Centre. la., '73-89; S. S. Zion Ch., 
Schapvi'ile, 111., and vScales Mound, 111 . Mar 
1. '><'.»— . 

BRUEN. Arthur Newell, /^.j/^r. A'. }'. 
—Horn, Rockawav, N. J.; Prin. U., B. A 
1872; Un. T. S., N. Y., '76; Lie. '74 ('?), Pby! 
of Morris and Orange; Ord. '77 (?). Pby. of 
Steuben; S. S. Ja.sper and Woodhull, N' Y., 
76-79; S. S. Woodhull and p;ik Creek, N. V. 



'79-82; Sab. Sch. Supt., Teacher, Chorister, 
etc.. '82—. 

BRUEN, Edward Baldwin, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. — Born, New-ark, N. J.; U. of Pa., 
B. A., 1842; Un. T. S., N. Y., '46; Lie. April 
10, '46, Pby. of New York; Ord. June 25, '48, 
Pby. of Philadelphia; S. vS. and P. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Southwark, Philadelphia, Pa., to '58; 
S. S. Atonement Pbn. Ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 
'58-77 and P. '77 — . 

BRUEN, James de Hapt, Behndere, N. 
/. — Born, New Windsor, N. Y.; Wms. C, 
Mass., M. A.; Un. T. S., N. Y., 1871; Ord. 
'71, Pbv. of Ivlizabeth; P. Summit, N. J., '71- 
79; P.'Clavton, N. J., '79-88; P. 1st Ch., 
Belvidere, 5s'. J., Sept., '88—. 

BRUNER, James F., 647 East Capitol 
St., Washing^ton, D. C. — Born, Vincennes, 
Ind., April 19, 1822; Stud. Han. C, Ind., 6 
vrs.; Lv. Med. C. Soc. M. D.,'43; Pleasant 
Ridge C, Mo., M. A., '60; St. L. Med. C, 
M. D. (ad eundeni),'68; Stud. McC. T. S., 
Chicago, '42; Lie. April, '74, Pbv. of Osage; 
Ord. Ev. Oct., '74, Pby. of Kansas City 
(Osage); S. S. Salt Spring, Mo.; P. Malta 
Bend, Mo.; S. S. 3d Ch., Chillicothe, O.; P. 
P.Terrell, Tex.; S. S. Lawrence, Tex.; H. 
^I. work Missouri and Nebraska, '80-95; H. 
R. — ; Prin. Female Acd., Independence, 
Mo., '50-58; Vice-Pres. Pleasant Ridge C.-, 
Mo., '58-60; Pres. Grandview C, Edinburg, 
Mo., '60-62; Surgeon in V. S. Army, 7th Mo. 
Calv., '62, and in C. Gen. Hospital, St. Jos- 
eph, Mo., '68-65. 

BRUSH, Frank Spencer, Alameda, Cal. 
—Born, Zanesville, O.; Ma. C, O., D. D., 
1897; Lane T. S., O., '91; Ord. Oct., '81, Pby. 
of Bloomington; P. 1st Ch., Bloomington, 
'81-86; P. 1st Ch., Las Vegas, N. M., '89-92; 
P. Los Gatos, Cal., '92-94; P. Alameda, Cal., 
'94—. 

BRUSKE, August F., Alma, Mich. 
— Born, Rachen, Prus.sia; Adrian C, Mich., 
B. S., 1869, M. S., '72; Lake F. U., 111., D. 
D., '91; Drew T. S., N. J., '72; Ord. '72, 
Cong. Council; P. 1st Cong. Ch., Charlotte, 
Mich., '72-78; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Saginaw, 
Mich.. '78-91; Pres. Alma College, Mich., 
'91—. 

BRYAN, APthuP Vepnon, Hiroshima, 
Japan.— Born, Rye, N. Y., May 11, 1856; 
Prin. U., B. A., '78; Wn. T. S., Pa., '81; Lie. 
April. 'SO, Ord. '82, Pbv. of Washington. 
My. to Tokio, Japan, '82—. 

BRYAN, Edwapd, 353 Fifteenth Ave., 
Milivaiikce, /rV.v. — Born, Portchester, N. Y.; 
Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 1871, M. A., '74; Wn. T. 
S., Pa., '75; I'n. T. S., N. Y.,'76; Lie. '74, 
Pb)-. of Lackawanna; Ord. Dec. 6, '76, Pbj-. 
of Clarion; P. St. Petersburg, Pa., '76-79; 
S. S. Atlantic City, N. J., '80-82; P. Brad- 
ford, Pa., '82-89; P. Bethany Pbn. Ch., Mil- 
waukee, Wis., '93 — . 

BRYAN, W. S. PlumeP, 13 Chalmers 
Place, C hica'ro. III. — Born, Allegheny Citv, 
Pa.. Aug. 80, 1856; Dav. C, N. C, B. A'., 
'75, M. A., '78; Centre C, Ky., D. D., '92; 
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Harmony; Ord. June 8, '79, Pbv. of Lexing- 
ton; P. Tvgart's Valley, W. Va., '78-87; P. 
Asheville,' N. C, '87-92; P. 2d Ch., Cincin- 
nati, O., '92-94; P. Ch. of the Covenant, 
Chicage, 111., '95—. 

BRYANT, James P., Albany, N. V. 
—Born, Shekomeko, N. Y., March 25. 1839; 
Un. C, N. Y., B. A., '70; Un. T. S., N. Y., 
'74; Lie. '74, Ord. '75, Pbv. of Mirimichi, N. 
B.; S. S. and P. Konchibonguack, N. B., 
'74-76; P. Batchellerville, N. Y., '77-81; P. 
Galway, N. Y., '81-88, Ev. work (chiefly), 
'88—. 

BRYANT, Robert A. Witherbee. N. Y. 
—Born, Francetown, N. H.; Prin. T. S., 1882; 
Lie. Mav, '81, Pbv. of West New Jersey; 
Ord. Oct., '82, Pby' of Newton; P. Danville, 
N. J., '82-89; P. Asbury, N. J., '89-96; Supt. 
Witherbee, N. Y., '97—. 

BRYANT, Robert C, iSi West End 
Ave., Binghamplon, N. Y. — Born, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.; Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 1891, M. A., 
'96; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '95; Lie. '93, Pby. of 
Newton; Ord. June, '95, Pby. of Binghamp- 
ton; S. S. La Salle, Colo., and Station, '93- 
94; P. Floral Ave. Pbn. Ch., Binghampton, 
N. Y., May 1, '95—. 

BRYANT, William, Ml. Clemens, Mich. 
— Memb. Pby. of Detroit; P. and Ed. Mt. 
Clemens, Mich. — . 

BRYANT, William H., Salisbury, N. C. 
— S. S. Cameron, Mt. Tabor and Pittsburg, 
N. C, 1882-84; P. St. Ch.; S. S. Mt. Tabor, 
N. C, '84—. 

BRYCE, Wm. Ellswortll, Shelbyville, 
Ky. — Born, Cincinnati, O.; Centre C, Ky., 
B. S., 1886, M. A., '91; Prin. T. S , '89; Lie. 
May 27, '89, Pby. of Indianapolis; Ord. April 
17, '90, Pby. of Monmouth; A. P. Burling- 
ton, N. J., '89-90; P. E. 4th Ch., Louisville, 
Ky., '90-91; P. Shelbyville, Ky., '92—. 

BRYDIE, Ancjpew, Rochester, N. Y. 
— Born, Glasgow, Scotland; U. of Edinburg, 
Scot., B. A., 1850; New C. T. S., Edinburg, 
Scot., '54; Ord. '5(5, Pby. of Dunfomiline, 
Scotland; P. Free Ch., Dunformline, Scot- 
land, '56-76; P. Langcliffe, Pa., '76-82; P. 
P. Simburv, Pa., '82-91; Ev. Rochester, N. 
Y.— . 

BUCHANAN, Aapon Moore, Morgan- 
town, W. Va. — Born, Hanover Tp., Beaver 
Co., Pa.; W. and J. C, Pa., B. A., 1879; Wn. 
T. S., Pa., '82; Lie. April 27, '81, Pby. of 
Washington; Ord. Oct. 4. '82, Pby. of Pitts- 
burg; P. Hebron, Pby. of Pittsburg, '82-86; 
P. Morgantown, W. Va., June, '86—. 

BUCHANAN, David Diekson, Algona, 
la. — Born, Kilmarnock, Avrshire, Scotland; 
Par. C, la., B. A., 1892, m". A., '95; McC. T. 
S., Chicago, '95; Ord. April 17, '95, Pby. of 
Council Bluffs; S. S. 1st Pbn. Ch., Adair, 
la., '95-97; S. S. Algona and Ir\dngton 
Group, la., Aug. 14, '97—. 

BUCHANAN, Duncan McLennan, 

Mauch Chunk, Pa. — Bom, Elmira, 111., Feb. 
3, 1861; Knox C, 111., B. A., '86; Un. T. S., 
N. Y., '89; Lie. April 9, '89, Ord. June 6, '89, 



Pby. of Nas.sau; Stud. S. S. Pbn. Ch., Ocean 
Side, L. I., N. Y., '87-89 and P. '89-91; P. 
Mauch Chunk, Pa., Nov. 1, '91 — ; Author, 
" Historic America," "About Three Minutes 
Ago," (A tract: Pub. by Am. Tract Soc. ) 

BUCHANAN, Thomas N., Wapello, la. 
—Born. Jewett O.; Wayne. C, Pa., B. A., 
1874; Wn. T. S., Pa., '77; Lie. '76, Pby. of 
Steubenville; Ord. Oct., '77, Pby. of Des 
Moines; P. Dexter, la., '77-82; P. Monte- 
zuma, la., '82-84; 111 health, '84-86; P. Os- 
kaloosa, Kan., '86-90; P. Ida Grove, la., "90- 
96; P. Wapello, la., Nov. 1, '96—; In Europe 
and the Holy Land, '88; Corns, to Gen. Ass., 
4 times. 

BUCHANAN, Walter Duncan, 139 W. 

ijth St., New York, N. Y. — Born, Milwau- 
kee, Wis.; U. Cy. N. Y., B. A., 1881, M. A., 
'84; Un. T. S., N. Y., '83; Lie and Ord. 
June 27, '84, Pby. of New York; S. S. 7th 
Ave. Chapel, N. Y. City, '84-87; A. P. Madi- 
son Ave. Ch., New York City, '87-88; P. 
Chalmers Pbn. Ch., New York City, '89-92; 
P. 13th St. Pbn. Ch., New York City, '92-. 

BUCHANAN, Wm. Howell, Siou^- Falls, 
S. /?.— Born, Florence, Pa.; Stud. Jeff. C, 
Pa., lyr.,andMi. U., O., 1 vr.; Mon. C, 111., 
B. A.; Mon. T. S., 111., 1859; Lie Julv, '59, 
Ord. Jiily, '60, Pby. of Monmouth ('U. P. 
Ch.); P. U. P. Ch., Elvaston, Ill.,8>^ yrs.; 
Rec. by Pby. of St. Louis, '70; Organized 
and P. Wm. Ch., St. Louis, Mo., 8 yrs.; Or- 
ganized and P. Madison Square Ch., San 
Antonio, Tex., 5 yrs.; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., New- 
Bedford, Mass., 2 yrs.; S. S. 1st Pbn. Ch., 
Hunter, N. Y., 1 yr.; Pbl. S. Sioux City, 1 
yr.; C. M. Sioux Falls, S. D.— ; Memb. Pby. 
of Boston — . 

BUCK, Wm. Silsby, Holly, Mich.— Bom, 
La Porte, Ind.; Stud. La Porte, Ind. Pub. 
Schs. and Private Course in Modern Lang, 
and Philosophy; McC. T. S., Chicago, (N. 
W. Pbn. T. S. ), 1880; Lie April, '79; Pbv. 
of Chicago; Ord. Sept. 22, '80, Pby. of Kal- 
amazoo; Served the following Chs.: Bri.stol, 
Ind., (vacations); Constantine, Mich., '80- 
87; Schoolcraft, Mich., '87-94; S. S. Holly, 
Mich., May, '95 — . 

BUCKLE, George, Elizabeth, N. J.— 
Born, Bristol, England; Stud. Wm'. C, Mo., 
'76-80; Un. T. S., Va., '80-84; Lie. '82, Pby. 
of Lexington; Ord. '84, Pby. of Maryland; 
So. Pby.; Pbl. H. M. and P. Hancock, Md.; 
My. and S. S. Chs. in W. Va. and Md.; So. 
Asso. and two Chs., N. Asso. in Pa., '84- 
87; P. Little Britain, Pa., '87-89; P. (Mar- 
shall St. Ch.), Greystone Ch., Ehzabeth, N. 
J., '89-. 

BUELL, Allen J., Fruitvale, Ca/.— Born, 
Frankhn, N. Y., 1829; Stud. Theol. privately 
in Delaware Co., N. Y.; Lie. 1856, Delaware 
Cong. Asso.; Ord. Council of Pbn. and Cong. 
Ministers; United with Delaware Co. Pby., 
N. Y., '62; My. work, Delaware Co., N. Y., 
several yrs. ; Served the following Chs. : Pbn. 
Ch., Jefferson. N. Y., '61-65: Cong. Ch., 
Coventry, N. Y., '65—; Pbn. Ch., North- 
ville, Mich.; Pbn. Ch., Ridgefield, 111.; My. 



Mti 



THK I'RESBVTKRIAN MlMSTi-KlAJ- DlKKCTORV I NORTHERN), 1898. 



UtclUiehl, Miun.; P. Hebron, 111., 3yrs.;S. 
S. and Sah. Sch. M. to '!»»; II. R. Pby. of 

O.iklaii.l. !•.'> . 

BUELL, Henry C, ~'So Lmoidalc .Ivc, 
Chirairo, ///.— Rorn. Warsaw, N. V.; Center 
C, Ky.. B. S., IHStH, McC. T. vS., Chicago, 
■!t«i; Onl. Mav. •«»>, Pby. of Chicago; V. 
Riilgeway Ave. Pbn. Ch., Chicago. 111., 
■".•I! 

BUETTELL. Michael, U'niikou, la.— 
Born, Baden, (ierniany; I)nl). C, la., B. A., 
1H7:{; Prin. T. vS.. '7<)'; I.ic. 74, Ord. April, 
77. Pbv. of Dubucjue; S. S. Mt. Pleasant, 
la., 77-8(); S. vS. Hd Ger. Pbn. Ch.. Preeport, 
111., 'K()-H-2: S. S. C.ranville, Wis., '8'2-!)5; P. 
Zalinoiia Ch., Waiikon, la., '»5— . 

BULGIN, Ellwood James, Three Rivers, 
.)//i/i., (Os-ur^o, jV. )'.)— Born. Vienna, N. 
J.; vSlud. Law; Stud. Wooster Bible Inst., 2 
vrs.; Lie Oct. 7, '91, Pby. of Ozark; Ord. 
'•95, Pby. of Lvons; S. S. Lone Elm, Mo., 
Gnios., A. P. Dr. Breed's Ch., Chicago, 111., 
1 vr.; P. Sotlus Centre, N. Y., 3 yrs.; P. 1st 
Ger. Ref. Ch., Three Rivers, Mich., l}i yrs.; 
Ev. .Albany, Oswego. Clyde, Palmyra, New- 
ark, Sodus, Shirtsville, N. Y., Three Rivers, 
Constantine, Centerville, Cassappalis, Ale- 
gan, Mich., P'ort Wayne and South Bend, 
Ind., ;{yrs.; Kv. Pby. of Lyons — . 

BULKLEY, Edwin A., Rutherford, N.J. 
—Burn. Charleston, S. C; Yale C, B. A., 
IHSJ, M. A., '47; U. of Vt., D. D., '68; Un. T. 
S., N. Y., '47; Lie April '.), '47, Ord. Oct. IL 
'47, 4th Pby. of New York City; Ser^•ed the 
following Chs. : Cong. Ch., Geneva, N. Y., 
'47-.')<); Cong. Ch., Groton. Mass., '50-64; 
Pbn. Ch., Plattsbnrg. N. Y., '64-78; Pbn. 
Ch., Rutherford, N. J., '78—. 

BULL, Edward Hardy, Breckenridgc, 
Mo.—%ox\\, Frankfort, Ky., May 25, 1869; 
Centre C, Kv., B. A., 'i)0; McC. T. S., Chi- 
cago, '95; Lie., '94, Ord. June 18, '95, Pby. of 
Duluth; Served the following Chs. : Tower 
and Ely, Minn., '95-97; S. S. Breckenridge 
and New York Settlement, Mo., Oct., '97—. 

BULL, Kent Melanethon, Church Hill, 

Md. — Wurn, Orwell, Pa.; Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 
IKSti, M. A., 'S9; Prin. T. S.. '90; Lie April 
15, 'IM), Ord. Mav 2H. '!H), Pbv. of Chester; S. 
S. Nottingham, 'sS-69; P. of same, '90-94; S. 
S. Trinity Pbn. Ch. and 1st Pbn. Ch., WortOn 
and (irace Pbn. Ch., Kennedyville, Md..Oct., 
'94—; During vacations S. S. Gretna. Mani- 
toba, Can..'«7, S. S. Freeport, Danville. Cor- 
win and Crisfic-ld, Kan., 'S,S. 

BULLARD, Charles ^\x\k\Qy, 23 Gillette 
Place, Newark, N. J. — Born, Lee, Mass,; 
Wnis C, Mass., B. A., 1875; Un. T. S., N. 
Y., '82; Lie. April 5, '82, Manhattan Cong. 
Asso.; Ord. Jan. 17, '88, Pby. of Morris and 
Orange; P. Parsippany, N. J.,'8;}-96; Menib. 
Pby. of Morris and Orange — ; Mod. Pby. of 
Morris and Orange, '!t5; Memb. Gen. Ass., 
'96; Chm. Pbl. Com. of Ministerial Relief, 
•95--. 

BULLARD, Frederick Lauriston, Cir- 

clcville. O. Born, Wanseow, O., Mav 13, 



1866; Wo. U., O.. B. A., '91; Stud. McC. T, S., 
Chicago, 1 yr.; Wn. T. S., Pa., 2 yrs.; Lie., 
'93, Pbv. of Maumee; Ord. May 14, '94, Pby. 
of Dayton; A. P. McClure Ave. Pbn. Ch'., 
Alleghenv Citv, Pa., '92-94; P. Park Ch.. 
Davton. 6., '94-97; P. 1st Ch., Circleville, O., 
'97—. 

BULLARD, Henry, St. Joseph, Mo.— 
Born, Si. Louis, Mo.; Amh. C, :Mass., B. A., 
1860, M. A., '63; Wm. C, Mo., D. D., 'S !; 
.\nd. T. S., Mass., '63; Lie Jan., '63, Suffolk 
vSo. Asso.; Ord. Oct. 1,'()3, Cong. A.5So. Way- 
land, Mass.; P. Trinitarian Cong. Ch., Wav- 
land, Mass., "63-68; P. Wm. Pbn. Ch., St. 
Joseph. Mo., '68 — . 

BULLOCK, William, Kalida, a— Born, 
Mangol.sfield, Gloucestershire, England, Aug. 
29, 18()5; Stud, under care and direction of 
Pastor; Thelme Cliff C, T. S., Eng.,'!lO; Lie. 
Sept. 20, '90, Ord. March 11, '91, Lansing 

Asso. Cong. Chs.; S. S. Cong. Ch., , 

Mich., '90; S. S. 2d Ch., Marietta and Pbn. 
Ch., Lamotte, Mich., '92-94; P. Fairgrove, 
Mich., '94; P. Kalida, O., Jan. 26, '95—. 

BUNSTEIN, Henry L., Milford, Del. 
—Born, Easton, Pa., Aug. 18, 1S44; Laf. C, 
Pa., B. A., '64; Un. T. S.,N. Y., '70-72; Ord. 
Feb. 25, '73; P. Philadelphia, Pa., '73-76; P. 
Beech Grove, Pa., '79-80; P. Milford, Del., 
'80—. 

BURBANK, Lysander Tower, Fresno, 
Cat. — Born, Fitzwilliam, N. H., Nov., 24, 
1828; Wms. C, Mass., B. A., '57; Un. T. S., 
N. Y.,'60; Lie. April, '(H), 4th New York Pbv.; 
Ord., June 14, '60, Cong. Council; F. M. 
Bitlis, Turkey, '60-70; P. Cong. Ch., Hern- 
don, Va., '70-77; S. S. Pbn. Ch., East Water- 
ford and vicinitv. Pa., '78; P. Hemdon, Va., 
'79; P. Pbn. Ch., Burr Oak, '80-85; P. Pbn. 
Ch., Gandy, Garfield and Dorp Vallev, Neb., 
'89; P. Byers, '95-97; P. 1st Armenian Pbn. 
Ch., Fresno, Cal., July 25, '97—. 

BURCHFIELD, James Richard, Hill 
City, Tenn. — Born, Block House, Tenn.; 
Maryville C, Tenn., B. A., 1893; Aub, T. S., 
N. Y.,'97; Lie. April, 14.'97, Pbv. of Cavuga; 
Ord. vSept. 29, '97, Pby. of Kingston; S. S. 
Rockwood, Tenn., '95; S. S. Dutch Ref. Ch., 
Magee, N. Y., '96, 2 mos.; H. M. Pbn. Ch., 
Hill Citv and Shennan Heights, Tenn., Aug. 
1, '97—.^ 

BIRCHFIELD, Wm. M., Centre Pa.— 
Born, John.stown, Pa.; Stud, under Hunting- 
ton Pbv. and Rev. Matthew .\llison; Lie. 
April, 1S61, Ord. April, '61, Pbv. of Hunting- 
don; S. S. First Hill, Pa., '61-63, and P. '63- 
(59; P. Curwensville. Pa., '69-76; S. S. Du 
Bois, Pa.. '76-83; P. Landisburg, Upper Buff- 
alo and Center, Pa., '87-94, and P. Center, 
Pa., '94—. 

BURDGE, James McGee, Arlington, III. 
—Born, near Montezuma, O., Julv 27, 1864; 
Lie. and Ord. Ai>ril 14, '97; S. S.' Arlington 
and Ladd, 111.. Nov. 25, '96—; Gen. Sec. Y. 
M. C. A.. 10 vrs.. Clinton, Mo.. '87-88; Ma- 
comb, 111.. '88-91; Monmouth, 111., '91-94; 
Freeport. 111., '94-96; vStreator, 111., '96; 
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Prin. U., B. A., 1873, M. A., '76, Ph. D., '84, 
D. D., '87; Ma. C, O., hh. D., '95; Prin. T. 
S.,'77; Lie. April 26, '76, Pby. of New Bruns- 
wick; Ord. May 10, "77, Pby. of Lehigh; P. 
Slatington, Pa., '77-79; P. 1st Ch. of Christ 
(Cong.), Fairfield, Conn., '79-83; P. Church 
of Christ and Samuel Green Prof, of Biblical 
Interpretation, Amherst C., Mass., '86-92; 
Pres. Wabash C, Ind., '92—. 

BURROWES, Thomas E., Newton, III. 
— Born, Franklin, O.; Stud. Theol. under 
care of Maumee Pby.; Ord. 1886, Pby. of 
Maumee; S. S. Grand Rapids and Holgate, 
O., '86-87; P. Hicksville, O., '87-92; P. Lud- 
ington, Mich., '92-93; S. S. Newton, 111., 
•94—. 

BURT, James C, Indianapolis, Ind. 
— Born, Vernon, Ind.; Han. C, Ind., B. A., 
1867, M. A., '70; Stud. Prin. T. S., 2 yrs., and 
Stud. Ebenezer, Bavaria, Germany; Lie '72, 
Ord. '74, Pby. of New Albany; Served the 
following Chs. : Vernon, Ind., '74-82; McRu- 
son, Kan., '82-84; Huntington, Ind., '84-86; 
North Vernon, Ind, '86-89; Bethany Ch., 
Whiteland, Ind., '89-94; Ev. in C. Mission 
Ch., '94—. 

BURTON, George Finley, Kirksville, 
Mo. — Born, Monroe Co., Mo.; Kirksville 
State Normal, la.; Stud. Wm. C, Mo., '84-85; 
Stud. Un. T. S., Va., '91-92; Stud. McC. T. 
S., Chicago, '92-93; Lie and Ord. Nov. 27, 
'93, Pby. of Saginaw; S. S. Au Sable and Os- 
coda, Mich., '93-95; S. S. Conrad Grove Pbn. 
Ch., '95-96; Studying medicine and Ev. — . 

BURTON, Sherman M., 23 Pleasant St., 
Wobiirn, Mass. — Born, Jefferson Co., N. Y.; 
Ad. C, O., B. A., 1841, M. A., '43; W. R. T. 
S., O., '44; Lie. '43, Pby. of Portage; Ord. 
'72, Pby. of Cleveland; S. S. Aurora, O., '44- 
56; S. S. Grafton, O., '72-75; S. S. Watts- 
burg, Pa., '76; S. S. Golconda, 111., '76-81; P. 
CHnton, 111., '81-82; H. R., Pby. of Freeport, 
'92—. 

BURTON, William, Langford, S. Dak. 
— Born, Liskeard, Cornwall, England; Stud. 
Cornwall and London, England; Lie Aug., 
'96, Ord. April, '97, Pby. of Aberdeen; S. S. 
1st Ch., Wilmot, S. Dak., '95-96; S. S. 1st 
Ch., Langford, S. Dak., Jan. 1, '97—. 

BURTT, Robert J., Marksboro, N. J. 
—Born, Salem, N. J.; Stud. Cinti. C; Stud. 
Wn. T. S., Pa.; Lie. 1854, Pby. of Indian; 
Ord. '(50, Pby. of Missouri River; Mv. Spencer 
Acad., I..T., '53-58; My. So. Ca'r., '58-60; 
Supt. Omaha M., '60-66; S. S. Osceola, la., 
'66-68; S. S. Woodstown, N. J., '68-72; P. So. 
Amboy, N. J., '72-79; P. Marksboro, N. J., 
'79-96; H. R. Pby. of Newton, '96—. 

BUSCH, Augustus, 220S N. igth St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. — Born, Hanover, Germany; 
Stud. Wab. C, Ind.; Dub. T. S., la., 1896; 
Ord. May 1, '70, Pby. of Chippewa; Served 
the following Chs.: Ger. Pbn., Winona, 
Minn., 12 yrs.; Ger. Pbn., Rock Island, 111., 
3 yrs.; Ger. Pbn., Fosterburg, 111., 3 yrs., 
Eng. Pbn., Cottage Grove, Wis., 1 yr.; Ger- 
Pbn., Lennox. S. Dak., 2 yrs.; P. Carmel, 
Philadelphia, Pa., 6 yrs. — . 



BUSHNELL, Ebenezer, 72J GeneseeAve., 
Cleveland, O.— Born, Granville, O.; Ad. C, 
O., B. A., 1846, M. A., '49; Ma. C, O., D.D., 
'71; W. R. T. S., O., '49; Lie. April, '48, Pby. 
of Patascola; Ord. June, '51, Pby. of Grand 
River; S. S. Burton, O., '50-51; P. of same, 
'51-57; P. Fremont, O., '57-82; Sec. and 
Treas. of Adelbert C. and Western Reserve 
U., Cleveland, O., '82—; S. C, 3 Pbys. and 
1 Syn.; P. C, 1 Syn. and C. of 1 Gen. Ass. 

BUSHNELL, Henry, Westei-ville, O. 
—Born, Granville, O., Jan. 31, 1824; Ma. C, 
O.. B. A., '45, M. A., '61; And. T. S., Mass., 
'48; Lie. June 23, '47, Pby. of Pataskala; Ord. 
Sept. 5, '49, Pby. of Franklin; Served the 
following Chs. : Lexington, O., '48-52; Marys- 
ville, O., '52-57; 111 health, '67-60; Tea. Acad, 
of Central College, O., '60-66; Tea. Albany 
Collegiate Inst., Ore., '69-70; Tea. McMinn- 
ville C, Ore., '70-71; Fin. Agt. Central C, 
O., '83-85; Book-Store, Westerv-ille, O., '83- 
88; Tea. and business pursuits — ; Author, 
"Hist, of Granville, O." (Author, $2.50), 
'89; " Following the Star " (Am. S. S. Union, 
90c.), '94. 

BUSHNELL, Herbert Kelsey, Hastings, 
Neb.— Born, Litchfield, Mich.; Lie. 1871, 
Cong. Ass.,S. Mich.;Ord.' 72, Council of Cong, 
and Pbn. Ministers, Pine River, Wis.; Served 
the following Chs.: Pine River, Wis., '72-73; 
Pbn. Chs. Poynette and Lowville, Wis., '73- 
75; Beaver City and Wilsonville, Neb., 6 vrs. ; 
Hansen, Neb., '84-85; Ev., '85-90; S. S' M. 
Hastings, Neb.; S. S. work, '90—. 

BUSHNELL, Horace, Concordia, Kan. 
— Born, Cincinnati, O. ; Farmers C, B. A., 
1859; Lane T. S., O., '62; Lie. '61, Miami 
Cong. Asso.; Ord. Sept. 30, '63, Pby. of Mad- 
ison, N. S.; S. S. Allensville, Ind., '62-64; S. 
S. St. Louis Crossing, Ind., '64-66; S. S. 
Southport, Ind., '66-67; S. S. Minneapolis, 
Kan., '77-82; P. Concordia, Kan., Jan. I, 
'82 — ; Labored in Christian Coms., Memphis, 
Tenn., and luka, Miss., 2 mos., '63, and Pu- 
laski and Knoxville, Tenn, 11 wks. , '64. 

BUSHNELL, John Edward, 73 E. 79th 
St., New York, N. V. — Born, Saybrook, 
Conn.; Yale C. B. A., 1880; Yale T. S., '83; 
Ord. July 30, '84, West Consociation Cong., 
Fairfield, Conn.; P. Fairfield, Conn., '84-88; 
P. Pbn. Ch., Rye, N. Y., '88-94; Phillips 
Pbn., New York City, '95—. 

BUTLER, Courtlandt Patterson, Piv- 
erton, N.J. — Born, Pound Ridge, N. Y., Nov. 
4, 1868; Prin. U., B. A., '92; Prin. T. S., '95; 
Lie. June, '95, Pby. of Newton; Ord. May 6, 
'96, Pby. of Monmouth; P. Calvary Ch., Riv- 
erton, N. J., May 6, '96—. 

BUTLER, Henry Seymour, Blairstown, 
iV./.— Born, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Prin. U., B. 
A., 1862, M. A., '65; Laf. C, Pa., D. D., '85; 
Prin. T. S., '66; Lie. April, 'm, Pby. of New 
Brunswick; Ord. Oct., '66, Pby. of Burling- 
ton (Monmouth); Tutor Prin. U., '66; P. Co- 
lumbus and Bustleton, N. J., '66-68; S. S. 
South Salem, N. Y., '68; P. Clearfield, Pa., 
'69-84; P. and Pres. Directors, Blair Pbl. 
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BURDICK, Newman Hall, Rochester, 
/)/;««. — Horn, Youngstown, N. Y.; Lake F. 
C. 111.. B. A., 1H9:{; McC. T. S., Chicago,'9»); 
Or<l. Aug. (I. 'SH\, I'bv. of Winona; S. S. We- 
quuK-k. Wis, sunum'rsof '»:i-i»4; Roscoeand 
luiri'ka, S. I), 'SI.'); P. 1st Thn. Ch., Roches- 
ter, Minn., Aug. (i, '!»<). 

BURGER, Henry Walter, Gardner, III. 

— Horn. I'etersburg, Inil.; Han. C, Ind., B. 
:\., IHlH, M. A., "97; McC. T. S.. '97; Lie. 
.\pril H5. '}»<), rbv. of Vincennes; Onl. June 
7, 'WT. I'by. of Chicago; H. M. vShoals. Ind., 
;{'i nios.; r. Gardner, 111., June, '97 — . 

BURGESS, A. Parke, Newark, N. V. 
-Born, Liuliticld, Mass.; Monroe C, la., D. 
1).; Stud. Theol. under private teachers; Ord. 
ISSS, Pby. of Syracuse; P. Pratham, N. Y., 
'.')7-(W5; P. Ind. Cong. Ch., East Dennis, 
.Mass.. '65-H!»; P. Duxbury, Pilgrim Ch., 
Mass.,' 70-7-2; S. S. Pbn. Ch., Newark, N. Y'., 
"71—; Author. Rd./^r.f^, Boston, '70-78; Ed. 
U'ii/(/i:cori/, Ilion, N. Y., '73-7o. 

BURGESS, Chalon, Si/z'er Creek, N. Y. 
—Born. Silver Creek, N. Y'., June 24, 1817; 
Haul. C, N. Y'., B. A., '44, M. A., '47; Aub. 
T. S.. N. Y'.. '50; Lie. '50, Ord. '56, Pby. of 
Buffalo; P. Little Valley (Cong.), N. Y.,'50- 
61; P. Pbn. Ch., Panama, N. Y'., '(51-75; 
with Cong. Ch.. Ashville, N. Y'.,5yrs.; P. 
Pbn. Ch., Silver Creek, N. Y'., '75-91; resi- 
<lent Silver Creek, N. Y. — ; author, "The 
Life and Character of Abraham Lincoln." 

BURGESS. Joshua C, Danville, Cal. 

H-.ru, Connvallis, N. S.; Dal. U., N. S., B. 
A., l^^^i7; New. 1-ree Ch. T. S., Edinburg, 
Scot., '()'.»; Lie. '(!<», Pbv. of HaHfax; Ord. '70, 
Pbv. of St. John; P. ' 1st Ch., Western St. 
John, N. B., '70-84; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., San 
Francisco, Cal. ,'84-8(5; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Dan- 
ville, Cal., 'SO—. 

BURGESS, Will M., Portsmouth, O. 
—Born, Bovd Co. (Lockwood P. O.), Ky.; 
Frank CO.. B. A., IHiH; Lane T. S., O., 
'94; Ord. Pby. of Louisville; S. S. Manches- 
ter, O., 1 yr.'; M. D. Portsmouth, O.— . 

BURKHALTER, Edward Read, Cedar 

h'iiptJs, /./. — Ik)rii, New York City; Prin. IT., 
B. A.. lst;-J, M. A.. '(15, D. D.,'95; Un. T. S., 
N. v., '70; Lie. '70, 4th Pbv. of New Y'ork; 
Ord. Oct. 2(5, '70. Pbv. of Westchester; P. 
Pbn. Ch.. New Rochelle, N. Y'., '70-76; P. 
1st Pbn. Cli., Cedar Rapids, la., '76—. 

BURKHARDT, John, Wampsville,N. Y. 

— Horn, Cleveland, O.; Stud. Genesee Acd., 
N. Y.; Aui). T. S., N. Y.. 1881; Lie. April, 

-^0. Pby. of Cayuga; Ord. Oct. 18, '81, Pby. 
of Omaha; ser\'ed the following Chs. : Oak- 
lanrl and Craig, Neb., '81; St. Edward, 
Boone ami Stations, Neb., '81-84; Corfu, N. 
Y., 'H-l-MH; West I'ayette, N. Y., '88-92; Will- 
iamstown aTul West Camden, N. Y., '92-iX); 
S S. Wanipsvilk-, N. V., July 1, '!)(}—. 

BURKHOLDER, Abram H., Rid^ejield, 
/rc.f/r— Born, Lancaster, Pa.; V. of Wis.. B. 
I-., 1H»7; Chicago T. S.. '95; Lie. April 22, 
'!«). Onl. April 28. -WT, Pbv. of Madi.son; A. 
P. Pbn. Ch., Madison, Wis., '96-97; S. S. 
Ridgefield. Wash., Aug. 15, 'D7— 
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BURKS, Charles Wesley, Wister, Ind. 
Ter. — Born, McNairy Co., Tenn.; Jackson 
Dist. High Sch., Henderson,Tenn., 1888; Lie. 
April », '91, Ord. March 24, '94, Pby. of 
Choctaw; H. M. and S. S. Lehigh, I. T., 2 
yrs.; S. S. Talihina and Wister, I. T., 4 
yrs. — . 

BURNETT, Elijah LevingS, San Lo- 
renzo, Crt/.— Born, De Kalb, N. Y"., Dec. 30, 
1839; U. of Vt., B. A., '62; Un. T. S., N. X., 
'(55; Ord. Jan. 31, '67, Presbyterian; S. S. 
Coleraine, Mass., '65-(56; P. Philadelphia, Pa., 
'66-(57; P. Rock Island, 111., '68-70; in 
Europe, '70-71; P. Florida, N. Y., '72-74; P. 
Washington, Ind., '74-76; Tea. N. Y. City, 
'76-84; Tea. Montrose, Pa., '84—; Memb. 
Pby. of Oakland; S. S. Lorenzo, Cal. — . 

BURNFIELD, Geopge S., Philadelphia, 
/'a.— Degree of D. D.; received, 1893; P. 
North Ch., Philadelphia, Pa., '93—. 

BURNHAM, Theodore Frelinghuysen, 

Vallejo, Cal. — Bom, Deckertown, N. J., 
Aug. 31, 1845; U. Cy., N. Y'., B. A., '71, M. 
A., '78; Un. T. S., N. Y^, '74; Lie. April, '74, 
Pby. of New Y'ork; Ord. May 28, '74, Pbv. of 
Nassau; P. Freeport, L. I., N. Y'., '74-78; P. 
South Amenia, N. Y., '78-90; P. Millerton, 
N. Y., '90-92; P. Vallejo, Cal., '92—. 

BURNLEY, Charles T., Hudson, Wis. 
— Born, Nottingham, England; Ham. C, N. 
Y., 1873, and M. A.; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '79; 
Lie. April 10, '78, Pby. of Utica; Ord. April 
22, '79, Pby. of Cayuga; S. S. Sennett, N.Y., 
'77-79; P. Sennett, N. Y., '79-85; S. S. Will- 
man, Minn., '85-88; P. Hudson, Wis., July 
16, '88—; served in the U. S. A. under Gen. 
Banks, '63-65; Mod. Syn. of Wis., '91. 

BURNS, Charles Edward, Manayunk, 
Pa. — Born, Duncannon, Pa.; Laf. C, Pa., B. 
A., 1873, M. A., '76; Un. T. S., N. Y'., '76; 
Lie. '76, Pby. of Cariisle; Ord. Jan. 5. '77, 
Pby. of Newton; P. 1st Ch., Boomerville, N. 
J., '76-78; P. Lehigh Ave. Pbn. Ch., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., '78; P. 1st Ch., Manayunk, 
Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 1, '78—. 

BURNS, George Garrett, HeHngton, 
A'ans. — Born, Dubuque, la.; Wo. U., O., B. 
A., 1S93, and M. A.; W^n. T. S., Pa., '96; Lie. 
Oct. '95, Pbv. of Pittsburg; Ord. Sept., '96, 
Pby. of Solomon; S. S. Mt. Olive Pbn. Ch., 
Pittsburg, Pa.; S. S. Pbn. Ch., Herington, 
Kans. — . 

BURR, David R., Covington, Ind.— Ord. 
1889, Pby. of Crawfords\alle; S. S. Rossville 
and Pleasant Hill, Ind., '89-93; 'S. S. Ox- 
ford, Ind., '94-96; S. S. Covington, Ind., 
'97—. 

BURRELL, Joseph Dunn, 242 Gates 
Ave., Brooklyn, A'. Y. — Born, I""reeport, 111., 
Dec. 22, 1858; Yale C, B. A., '81, M. A., '93; 
Lie. '81, Pby. of Freeport; Ord. Nov. 13,'84, 
Pbv. of Cedar Rapids; P. Pbn. Ch., Clinton, 
la.', '84-92; P. Classon Ave. Pbn. Ch., Brook- 
Ivn, N. Y., '92—; Joint author, "Hints £.flid 
Helps," "The Early Church" (Am. Tract 
Soe. ) 

BURROUGHS, George Stockton, Cra2v- 
Jordsville, Ind.— Eom, W^aterloo, N. Y.; 



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Harrisburg, '80, and Syn. of New Jersey, '95; 
Convener Syn. of Pa , '82. 

BUTLER, James Glennann, Oswego, 
III. — Bom, near Quebec, Can.; Stud. Wms. 
C, Mass.; Aub. T. S., N. Y., 1870; Lie. April 
14, '69, Pby. of Cayuga; Ord. Oct. 29, 70, 
Pby. of Cairo; P. Grand Forest, 111., 70-8-1; 
P. Enfield, 111., '84-87; P. Cobden, 111., '87- 
91; S. S. Kings, 111., '91-92; P. Oswego, 111., 
'93-94; Ev., '94—; Captain U. S. C. Troops, 
'64. 

BUTLER, James Glentworth, S46 Pros- 
pect Place, Brooklyn, N. }'. — Born, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.; Ham. C, N. Y., D. D, 1864; 
Y'ale T. S., '50; Ord. Dec. '52, 3d Pby. of 
Philadelphia; P. Walnut St. Pbn. Ch., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., '52-68; P. So. 4th St. Pbn. Ch., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., '70-72; Ed.—; Author, 
" Bible work " ( 11 vols. ) ; " Topical Analysis 
of the Bible" (Butler Bible Works Co., N. 
Y. City). 

BUTLER, MilfOFd Clarke, ^o.iZ9 Delmar 
Ave., St. Louis, Mo. — ^oxn, Buchland, 
Mass., March 31, 1824; Amh. C, Mass., 

B. A., '51, M. A., '58; Ord. '82, Pby. of 
Alton; S.S. Alton, 111., '82-83; P. Cong. Ch., 
Exeter, Neb., '84-86; P. Cong. Ch., Red 
Cloud, Neb., '87-89; P. Cong. Ch., Mead- 
ville, Mo., '91-92; S. S. Oak Hill, St. Louis, 
Mo., '93-94; S. S. Moselle. Mo., 2 Sab. a 
mo.; Memb. Pby. of St. Louis — ; In Educa- 
tional work 25 yrs. before entering the Min- 
istry. 

BUTT, Daniel McClelland, Britton, S. 
Dak.— ^orn, York, Pa.; Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 
1884, M. A., '87; Prin. T. S., '87; Ord. April, 
'87, Pby. of Westminster; P. Britton, S. Dak., 
Aug., '87—. 

BUTT, Jacob Scott, Groton, S. Dak. 
—Born, York, Pa.; Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 1884, 
M. A., '87; Prin. T. S., '87; Lie. and Ord. 
April, '87, Pby. of Westminster; P. Blunt, 
S. Dak., '87-88; P. Groton, S. Dak., Nov. 15, 
'88—. 

BUTTER, James Baillie, Philipsburg, 
Mont. — Bom, Dundee, Scotland; St. An- 
drews U., Scotland, M. A., 1874; St. Mary's 

C, St. Andrews U. T. C, Scotland, '79; Lie. 
April, '79, Pby. of St. Andrews, Scotland; 
Ord. May, '85, Pby. of Iowa; Served the fol- 
lowing Chs.: Deep River, la., '80-81; French 
Grove, 111., '81-82; Winfield, la., '84-88; 
Blairstown, la., '88-97; S. S. Philipsburg, 
Mont., '97—. 

BUTTERFIELD, Geopgre Cabot, El 

Cajon, Cat. — Born, Sanborn, N. Y.; Lie. 
April, 1894, Ord. April 3, '95, Pby. of San 
Jose; S. S. El Cajon and Lakeside, Cal., 
Jan. 1, '95—; Gen. Sec. Y. M. C. A., 13 yrs. 

BUTTINGHAUSEN, Remi J., Elmo?ii, 
L.I.,N. J".— Ord. 1892, Pby. of West Jer- 
sey; P. Liberty Park Ger. Ch., Camden, N. 
J., '93-94; P. St. Pauls, Elmont, L. I., N. Y., 
'95—. 

BYERS, James, Mandan, N. Dak.— 
Born, Co. Cavan, Ireland; Magee C, Ireland, 
1891; Stud. Prin. T. S., 2 yrs.; McC. T. S., 
Chicago, '95; Lie. by Pby. of Corning; Ord. 



Oct. 7, '96, Pby. of Fargo; S. S. Tower City 
and Buffalo, N. Dak., '97; S. S. Mandan, N. 
Dak., Jan. 4, '97—. 

BYERS, Joseph B.., Brighton, III.— Born, 
Sullivan Co., Tenn.; Dan. T. S., Ky., 1864; 
Lie. April 9, '64, Ord. April 15, '65, Pby. of 
Transylvania; Served the follovring Chs.: 
New Providence, Ky., '64; S. S. Somerset 
and Pisgah, Kv., '64-67; S. S. Knobnoster 
and Sugar Creek, Mo., '67-70; S. S. 3d Ch., 
Kansas City, Mo., '70-71; P. 1st Ch., Lex- 
ington, Mo., '71-74; My. work on the Pacific 
Coast, 3 yrs.; S. S. Nevada, Mo., 2 yrs.; 
S. S. Perry and Clinton, Kan., 4 yrs.; S. S. 
Eureka, Kan., 3 yrs.; S. S. Arundel Ave. 
Ch., Emporia, 3 yrs.; S. S. Madison and El- 
mendaro, 2 yrs.; S. S. Lamar, Mo., 1 yr.; 
Ev. work. Mo., 3 yrs.; S. S. Brighton and 
Moro, 111., May 2, '97—; Organized 6 Chs., 
dedicated 9. 

BYERS, Vernon Clyde, /j2 IV. 90th St., 
Neiv York, N. Y. — Born, Knobnoster, Mo.; 
Emp. C, Kan., B. A., 1892, M. A., '95; Prin. 
T. S., '95; Ord. Oct. 8, '95, Pby. of Lacka- 
wanna; P. Peckville, Pa., '95 — . 

BYLLESBY, Faber, Marshall, Minn. 
—P. Orwell and Rome, Pa., '74-75; S. S. 
Pike, Portageville, N. Y., '76; S. S. Hokah, 
Minn., '84; S. S. Brown's Valley, Minn., 
'85; S. S. Flandreau, Dak., '88; P. Jesups, 
la., '89-91; Memb. Pby. of Dubuque; H. 
R.— 

BYRAM, Albert Barnes, Williams, la. 
—Born, Hillgrove, O.; Iowa State C, B. A.; 
McC. T. S., Chicago; Lie April, '76, Pby. of 
Chicago; Ord. Nov., '77, Pby. of Alton; P. 
Greenville, 111., '77-80; S. S. Fremont, Neb., 
'80-81; P. Edgar, Neb., '81-90; S. S. Ong. 
and Oak, Neb., '90-91; P. Craig, Neb., '91- 
92; S. S. Mound City, Mo., '92-94; Ev. 
work, '94-95; S. S. Diagonal, Platte Center, 
and Prairie Star, la. , '95-96; S. S. Williams, 
la., June, '96—. 

BYRD, William Alfred, New Bertte, 
N. r.— Born, Winnsboro, S. C, June 8, 
1867; Bid. U.. N. C, B. A., '91; Prin. T. S., 
'91; Lie. April 24, '94, Pby. of New Bruns- 
wick; Memb. Pby. of Cape Fear; P. Eben- 
ezer Ch.. New Berne, N. C. — 



CABLE, Charles Watson, Rochester, Pa. 
— Born, Rochester, Pa. ; Admitted .to 
Bar, Pa., 1888; Lie. and Ord. '91, Pby. 
of Fargo; S. S. 1st Pbn. Ch., Casselton, N. 
D., '91; S. S. 1st Pbn. Ch., Hillsboro, N. D., 
'92; 111 health, '92; Ev. and supply work, 
'93—. 

CADWALLADER, Starr, Cleveland, O. 
—Born, Howard, N. Y.; Ham. C, N. Y., B. 
A., 1893, A. M.,'96; Un. T. S., N. Y., '96; 
Lie. '95, Ord. '96, Pby. of Utica; In charge 
Goodrich Social Settlement, '96 — . 

CADWELL, Fred George, Lansing, 
Mich. -Born, Burr Oak, 1868; U. Mich., B. 
A., '91; McC. T. S., Chicago, '94; Lie. '93, 
Ord. '94, Pby. of Mattoon; S. S. Petersburg 
and Deerfield, Mich., '92; S. S. Clayton, 



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Mich..'y8; S. S. Austin. 111., '»3; P. Pana, 
111.. •1»4; P. Albion, Mich., '95-96; P. 1st Ch., 
Lansin).(, Mich., 'V7 — . 

CADWELL, Newton Woodwopth, 
U'tittitUi, A. /.—Horn, Hillsdale, Mich., 
18ft.S; Ham. C.,N. Y., B. A., T*?; Aub. T. S., 
N. Y., 'H'i; Onl. Pbv. of Ivlizjibeth, '82; V. 
Wislficl.l, N. J., 'SI'—. 

C AD Y. Charles G., Theresa, jV. K— Born, 
EllicotlsvilU-, N. Y.; Olivet C, Mich., B. A., 
18H.S; Lie. "ifi, Orel. '!t3, Pbv. of St. I.awTence; 
P. Tht-rtsa, X. Y., '»'2— . 

CADY, Putnam, IVes/ Superior, Wis. 
— Hum, Auricsvillc. X. Y., lH(i3; Prin. U., 
B. A.,'85, M. A.,'8K; Prin. T. S., '88; Ord. 
'a8, Pbv. of Chippewa; P. 1st Ch., West Su- 
perior. Wis., 'SS--. 

CAHILL, Joseph Austin, .ludubon, la. 
— Menib. Pbv. of Council Bluffs; S. S. Cul- 
l>ertson, Xeb!, 1S93; S. S. Glidden, la., '94- 
9(5; S. S. Audubon, la., '!»7— . 

CAIN, Louis Perkins, Sedalia, Mo. 
—Born, Danville, 111.; Wab. C, Ind., B. A., 
18iK); McC. T. S., Chiaigo, '94; Lie '93, Ord. 
'94, Pbv. of Bloominj^on; S. S. 1st Pbn. 
Ch., Sheldon, 111., 'ii2-94; P. same, '94-96; 
P. Broadway Pbn. Ch., Sedalia, Mo., '96 — . 

CAIRNS. William G., Bart, Pa.— Born, 
Hartford Co., Md.; Laf. C, Pa., B. A., 1865; 
Prin. T. S., '69; Lie. '69, Pbv. of Baltimore; 
Ord. '69, Pbv. of Burlington; P. Cream 
Ridge and Plumstead (Xew Eg\'pt), N. J., 
•69-71; P. Cream Ridge, N. J., '71-76; S. S. 
Middle Octorara Ch., Bart, Pa., '77-78; P. 
same, '78 — ; Author, " Records of the Mid- 
dle Octorara Pbn. Ch., April 1, '77 to May 1, 
•86;" Tea. Tuscarora Acad., '60-62, '65"-67; 
Tea. Bethel Acad.; Sec. I'by. of Westmin- 
ster, '81—. 

CAIRNS, John, Elmira, N. J'.— Memb. 
Pby. of Chemung; S. S. Moreland, Havana, 
N. Y., 18S1-K3; S. S. Dresden, N. Y., '84-87; 
S. S. Monterev, Sugar Hill, X. Y., '88-90; S. 
S. Breesport, X. Y., '91-92; P. Southport, X. 
Y., '9:{-9(i; S. S. Elmira, X. Y., '97—. 

CALDWELL, Albert M., Greensboro, Ga. 
— Rec. by Pby. of Catawba, 1889; S. S. St. 
Paul's, Oglet'hrope, Pleasant Grove, Ga., 
'89—. 

CALDWELL, Charles Warner, Cam- 
den, (;.— Born, Pleasant Valley, O., 1862- 
Wo. U., O., B. A., '«8, M. A., '91; Lane T.' 
S., O , '91; Lie. '91, Pby. of Zanesville; Ord. 
'92, Pby. of Wooster; P. Bellville, O., '92-97; 
S. S. Camden and Somer^•ille, O., '97—; 
Mod. Pby. of Wooster, '96-96; Chm. Pbl. 
Com. of Young People's Societies of Pby. of 
Wix)ster, '97 . 

CALDWELL, David, Penjield, Pa. 
—Born, Howe, Pa.; W. and J. C, Pa., B. A 
1891, M- A., '94; Wn. T. S., Pa., '94- Lie' 
'98, Ord. '9(i, Pbv. of Clarion; S. S. Mt. Ta- 
bor and Millcreek, Pa., '92; S. S. Wilson 
Mem. Ch., Xeb., '93; S. S. Wvonia and Mills- 
ton, Pa., '94-96; vS. S. Penfield, Pa.. '96-96; 
P. Medix Run, Pa., '96-97; P. Penfield Pa 



CALDWELL, GEORGE, Mareellus, Car- 
thage. Mo.— V,or\\, Caldwell, Mo., 1848; 
Wm. C, Mo., B. S., '76; Ham. C, N. Y., B. 
A., '80; Prin. T. S., '83; Lie. '83, Pby. of 
X^ew Brunswick; Ord. '86, Pby. of Council 
Bluffs; S. S. Warrensburg, Mo., '83-84; S. S. 
Pilot Grove, la., '84-86; S. S. Eustis, Bethel 
and Olivet, Kan., '87-90; S. S. Fairmount 
and High Prairie, Kan., '91; Ev. St. Louis, 
Mo., '92; Ev. Topeka, Kan., '93-; Ev. Xeb., 
Ind., 111., Mo., Wyo., etc., '92-97; Preparing 
for Gen. Ev. and F. M. Medical work, M. 
D. received, '97 — ; Author, '* Poetic Princess 
of David;" "Electricity, Gravitation and 
Life,"' $1. 

CALDWELL, John Alexander, Hill- 
bum, N. Y. — Born, Greensboro, X. C; Lin. 
U., Pa., B. A., 1886, M. A., '89; Lin. T. S., 
'89; Ord. '89, Pby. of Chester; H. M. Wil- 
mington, Del., '89; S. S. Mission of Ramapo 
Ch., X. Y., and Tea., '90-93; College P. and 
Tea. Haines Normal and Industrial Sch., 
Augusta, Ga., '93-95. 

CALDWELL, John Calvin, Shelbyville, 
/;/</.— Born, Xew Athens, O., 1840; W. C, 
Pa., B. A., '62, M. A., '65; Laf. C, Pa., 
D. D.; Stud. Wn. T. S.; Lie '64, Pby. of 
Richland; Ord. '64, Pby. of Washington; 
Mount Prospect, Pa.; 2d Ch., Washington, 
Pa.; Central Ch., Chambersburg, Pa.; Ly- 
coming Ch., Williamsport, Pa.; Pres. Wilson 
Female C, Pa.; 1st Pbn. Ch., West Chester, 
Pa.; 1st Ch., Shelbyville, Ind.—; Memb. 
Victoria Institute of Christian Philosophy; 
London, Eng.; Am. Ed. Homiletic Quar- 
terly (A. D. F. Randolph); Hon. Sec'. Vic- 
toria Institute of Christian Philosophy; 
Asst. Prof. Latin and Greek, Vermillion In- 
stitute, O. 

CALDWELL, John Daniel, Manton, 
Gz/.— Born, Sheakleyville, Pa.; Jeff. C, Pa., 
B. A., 1853; Wn. T. S., Pa., '66; Lie. '55. 
Pby. of Erie; Ord. '56, Pby. of Dubuque; 
H.'lM. Pby. of Dubuque' '56-91; P. Pleasant 
Grove and Hazelton, la., '56-91; S. S. Jusup, 
la., '56-62; S. S. Sumner, la., '56-72; S. S. 
Waverly, la., '56-68; H. M. Pin Hook, Fred- 
ericksburg, Nautville P. O., Frenchtown, 
Dayton, Fairbank, la., '58-76; Otter\ille, 
"89-91; Ev. Pby. of Sacramento, '91-96; Ev. 
Sacramento River Valley, Northern Cal. 

CALDWELL, John H., Hilbum, N. Y. 
—Received by Pby. of Chester, 1889; Ev. 
'89-92; Tea. and S. S., Hilbum, X. Y., '93; 
Tea. Augusta, Ga., '94-96;. S. S. Hilburn, 
X. Y.,'97. 

CALDWELL, John J., 1605 Minnehaha 
St., St. Paul, Minn. — Born, Rising Sun, 
Ind.; Stud. N. W. U. T. S., HI.; Stud. la. 
Wn. U., 1866-66; Lie. M. E. Ch., "66; Ord. 
Elder, '74, Bp. Haven; Memb. St. Paul Pby., 
'92; Served Decatur City, la., Dallas Centre, 
la., Des Moines, la., etc.; Ev. — ; 26 ministers 
among his ancestors. 

CALDWELL, Milton Etsil, 59 Mulberry 
St., Cincinnati, O. — Born, South Salem, O.; 
Wo. U., O., B. A., 1845, M. A., "78; Wn. 
T. S., Pa., '79; Lie. '78, Pbv. of Chillieothe; 



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Ord. '79, Pby. of Cleveland; S. S. North- 
field, O., '79-80; F. M. Bogota, S. A., '80-94; 
P. 4th Pbn. Ch., Cincinnati, O., '95—; Au- 
thor, "Los Diaz Mandamientas " ("The 
Ten Commandments"). 

CALDWELL, Robert F., Sharpsburg, 
Aj.— Born, Nicholas Co., Ky., 1811; Stud. 
Centre C, Ky., '30-35; ^Lic '37, Ord. '40, 
Pby. of Ebenezer; H. M. Ala., 37-39; P. 
Moorefield and Springfield, Ky., '39-48; P. 
Sharpsburg, Ky., '48-()7; P. Crawfordsville, 
Ind., '67-74; P. Thorntown, Ind., and vicin- 
ity, '74-79; P. Olivet Ch., Shelbv Co., Ky., 
'79-83; P. Sharpsburg and Moorefield, Kv., 
•83-91; Honorably retired, '91—. 

CALDWELL, Samuel Anthony, Ard- 
tnore, I. T. — Born, New Market, Tenn.; 
Marvsville C, Tenn., B. A., 1891, M. A., '95; 
McC. T. S., Chicago, '94; Ord. '94, Pby. of 
Union; S. S. and H. M. 1st Pbn. Ch., Vinita, 
I. T., '94-9(5; S. S. 1st Pbn. Ch., Shawnee, 
Ok!., '96-97; Ardmore, I. T., '97—. 

CALDWELL, Stewart Smith, Ashland, 
<9m— Born, Crawford Co., Pa., 1847; O. U., 
B. A., '77; Stud. \Vn. T. S., Pa., '77-79; San 
Fran. T. S., '81; Lie '80, Pby. of San Fran- 
cisco; Ord. '82, Pby. of Oregon; H. M. Lake- 
view, Ore., '81 (?); S. S. Ashland, Ore. — . 

CALDWELL, William, Baltimore, Md. 
—Born, Miss., 1865; S. \V. Pbn. U., Tenn., 
M. A., '88; Prin. T. S., '91; Lie '91, Pby. 
of Mississippi; Ord. '94, Pby. of Baltimore; 
My. of 1st Pbn. Ch., Baltimore, at Hope In- 
stitute, '94—. 

CALDWELL, William Elliott, Mail- 
land, i^o.— Born, EUzabeth, Pa.; Wo. U., 
O., B. A., 1879, M. A., '82; Wn. T. S., Pa., 
82; Lie, '81, Pby. of Pittsburg; Ord. '82, Pby. 
of Fort Dodge; S. S. Marcus, Liberty, and 
Paulina, '82-83; S. S. Sanborn and Paulina, 
'83-86; P. Liberty, and S. S. Paulina, '85-89; 
Livermore, Luverne, and Irvington, '89-93; 
Allenton and Lineville, '93-97; Maitland, 
'97—. 

CALHOUN, Harry Campbell, Glasgow, 
C— Born, Goheenville, Pa.; McC. T. S., 
Chicago, 1890; Ord. '90, Cong. Council at 
Parkersburg, la. ; Served AlUston and Park- 
ersburg Cong. Chs., la., '90-91; Clifton and 
Ashkum Cong. Chs., 111., '92-94; P. Yellow 
Creek Pbn. Ch., Glasgow, O., '94—. 

CALHOUN, John, 15 E. Ml. Pleasant 
Ave., Gemiantoivn, Phila., Pa. — Born, Mc- 
Keesport, Pa ; Prin. U., B. A., 1886; Prin. 
T. S., '92; Lie. '91, Ord. '92, Pby. of Red- 
stone; A. P. 1st Pbn. Ch., Germantown, Pa., 
'92-96; P. Mt. Airy Pbn. Ch., Germantown, 
Pa., '96—. 

CALHOUN, Joseph Painter, 7135 Ham- 
ilton, Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. — Born near Go- 
heenville, Pa. ; Stud. Wn. T. S. ; Lie 1879, 
Ord. '87, Pby. of Kittanning; H. M. Iowa, 
'79-80; 111 health, '80-85; S. S. Cherry Run 
and Crooked Creek, Pa., '85-89; S. S. and 
P. Slate Lick, '89-94; P. 1st Pbn. Ch., New- 
ton, Kan., '94-95; Home wood Ave. Pbn. 
Ch.,. Pittsburg, Pa., '95—. 



CALIFF, Stephen Allen, East Smith- 
field, /k.— Born, Smithfield, Pa., 1836; Jeff. 
C, Pa., B. A., '62; Prin. T. S., '65; Lie '65, 
Ord. '67, Pby. of Susquehanna; S. S. W. 
Newark, Speedsville Cong. Chs., N. Y., '66- 
69; S. S. Wells, N. Wells, and Columbia 
Pbn. Chs., Pa., '70-72; S. S. Mt. Zion, Pa., 
'72-75; 111 health, '75-80; S. S. Mt. Zion, 
Pa., '81-84; P. Cong. Ch., Smithfield, Pa., 
'85 — . t. 

CALKINS, Lyman \i2i^vo\4 , Far Rocka- 
way, L. I., N. Y. — Born, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
Wms. C, Mass., B. A., 1867, M. A., '70; Stud. 
rn.T.S.,N.Y., '67-68; Prin. T. S., '70; Lie 
'70, Pby. of Nassau ( now Brooklyn ) ; Ord. '71, 
Pby. of Northumberland; S. S. Ossian, N. 
Y., '68; S. S. Old Kirk, Holbrook, Ont., '69; 
S. S. Stillwater, N. Y., '70; P. Muncy, Pa., 
'71-73; P. Park St. Cong. Ch., Springfield, 
Mass., '73-83; P. Pbn. Ch., South Salem, N. 
Y., '84-86; P. Trinity Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 
'86-89; S. S. Cong. Ch., East Rockaway, 
L. I., '89-90; P. Far Rockaway Pbn. Ch., 
'90—. 

CALKINS, Matthew Henry, New 
Castle, /*«.— Born, Ballston, N. Y., 1842; 
Prin. U., B. A. '65, M. A , '68; Prin. T. S., 
'68; Grove Cy. C, Pa., D. D., '94; Lie '67, 
Pby. of Albany; Ord. '68, Pbv. of Raritan, 
P. Solebury, Pa., '68-73; P. 2d Ch., New 
Castle, Pa., '73—. 

CALLEN, Samuel, Cedar Falls, la. 
Born, Londonderry, Ire.; Lie 1893, Pby. of 
Fort Dodge; Ord. '94, Pby. of Waterloo; S. 
S. Dysart, la., '93-94; P. same '94-96; P. Ce- 
dar Falls, la., '96—. 

CALLENDER, Charles Royal, Chieng 
Mai, Laos, Siain. — Born, Scott, Ind., 1867; 
San Fran. T. S., '93; F. M. Laos, '96—. 

CALNON, John C, Kingfisher, _ Okla. 
Ter. — Received by Pby. of Cimarron in 1896; 
Degree of D. D. has been conferred; S. S. 
Kingfisher, Okla. Ter., '96—. 

CALVIN, Edward MeCullough, Miles 
City, Mo7it.— Born, Wilmington, 111, 1868; 
Stud. Par. C, la., '85-88; Prin. T. S. '96; 
Lie '92, Ord. '96, Pby. of Olympia; H. M. 
Pby. of Olympia, '92-93; S. S. Irving Ave. 
Pbn. Ch., Bridgeton, N. J., '94; S. S. Miles 
City, Mont., '97; P. Miles City, Mont., '97—. 

CAMARA, Lisandro R., San Juan Bau- 
tista, Tabasco, Mexico. — Born, Cacaos, Mex- 
ico; Tlalpan T. S., Mexico, 1893; Lie '95, 
Pby. City of Mexico; Ord. '96, Pby. of Gulf 
of Mexico; S. S. Tizapan, Federal District; 
S. S. Toluca estate of Mexico; S. S. San 
Juan Bautista, Tabasco, '94 — . 

CAMBERN, Henry Hambleton, Erie, 
A'aw.— Born, Marion Co., Ky., 1811; Prin.T. 
S., '39; Ord. '40, Pby. of Salem; P. Jefferson- 
ville, Ind., '40-41; P. Charlestown, '43-62; S. 
S. Bridgeton, '46-52; S. S. Walnut St. Ch., 
Louisville, Ky., '52-64; S. S. Rushville, '55- 
56; P. Rushville, '56-60; S. S. Marshall, Mo., 
'60-63; Financial Agt. Han. C, Ind., '63-64; 
S. S. Covington, Ind., '64-66; S. S. Attica, 



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•WV-fll); S. S. La Dore, Kan.. '70-72; S. S. 
Os;iKe Mission, '73-7(); S. S. Catalpa, '77-78; 
rctirol, l>ic. Kan. 

CAMERON, Alexander G., Sylvania, 
Pti —Horn, Ncwlowii, N.S.; Dalhousie C, 
N. S., H. S.. 1HH2; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '88; Lie. 
•87, I'bv. of Cayuga; Ord. '88, Pby. of Laka- 
wanna;" Svlvani'a and Columbia Cross Roads, 
Pa.. •8K^. 

CAMERON, Angus Hugh, Palmyra, N. 
)'. — Horn, Newtown. N. vS. ; Hani. C, N. Y., 
M. A.. 18»ti; Aub. T. S.. '8(5; Lie. '86, Pby. 
Cayuga; Onl. '8(), Pby. of Syracuse; served 
Wfiitflaw and Oneida Lake, N. Y'., '80-88; 
MarcL-llus, N. Y., '88-97; Palmyra, N. Y., 
'it7— . 

CAMERON, Charles J., S Pacific St., 
South Jloston, Mass.— llorn. New Glasgow, 
N. S.; Queen's C, Ont., B. A., 1886, M. A., 
•87; Queen's C. T. S.,'89; Lie. and Ord. '89, 
Pbv. of Ont.; ser\-ed Cannington, Ont., '90- 
yi;'St. John's Ch.. Brockville, Ont., '91-96; 
P. 4th Pbn. Ch., Boston, Mass., '96: Editor 
"Lyrics on Freedom, Love and Death," by 
Freilerie Cameron ( L. W. Shannon, Kings- 
ton, Ont.; Alex. Moore, Boston, Mass.), 
$1.50; K<litor .SV(/, Forest auct Prairie (John 
Dougal & Son, Montreal, Que.), $1.25; Co- 
author Libretto of "Leo, the Royal Cadet" 
(John Henderson, Kingston, Ont. ),$1. 

CAMERON, Duncan, iVorM Tonazvanda, 
N. >'.— Born, St., Mary's, N. S.; Stud. Wab. 
C, Ind.; Dalhousie C. N. S., B. A., 1881; 
Aub. T. S., '84; Lie. '83, Ord '84, Pby. of 
Cayuga; S. S. North West Arm, Halifax, N. 
S.. '8-2; S. S. Lockport, N. S., '83; Carlton, 
St. John, N. B., 'S4; F. M., Santiago, Chih, 
'84-87; S. S. Canisteo, N. Y.. '87-97; North 
Tonawanda, N. Y., '97 — ; Coms. Gen. Ass., 
Coms. Synod, N. Y., twice; Coms. to Aub. 
T. S., two terms; Mod. Steuben Pbv'. 

CAMERON, Donald C, San Francisco, 
Ca/.— Lie. and Ord. 1891, Pby. San Fran- 
cisco; P. Fulton, Cal., '92—; P. San Leandro 
1st Cal., '93—; S. S. Dairs'ille, Cal., '95. 

CAMERON. Daniel William, Yoimgs- 
town, N. )'.— Born, Green Hill, N. S., 1839; 
Stud. Dal. C, N. S.; Truro C, N. S.,B. A. ,'62; 
Prin. T. S., '6."); Ord. 'Oo, Pbv. of Prince 
Ivlward's Island; P. St. Peter's, P. E. I., 
'0')-6»; S. S. Morrisville, Pa., '69-70; S. S. 
Plattsmouth. Neb., '70; P. same '70-73; S.S. 
Cong. Ch., Moriah, N. Y.. '73-7(i; P. Pbn. 
Ch., Palmerston. Ont., '76-80; P. Cong. Ch., 
Kesuick Ridge, N. B., '80-84; S. S. Reading, 
Ma.ss., '8t-H."); P. same '85-87; S. S. West 
Milton, '87-88; p. same '88-89; P. E. Cato, 
N. Y., '89-92; P. Iv Youngstown, N. Y., 
'92—. 

CAMERON, Henry Clay, Princeton, N. 
/.—Born, Sliephardstown, Ya., 1827; Prin. 
U., B. A.. '17. M. A., '50, Ph. D., '66; Rg. 
C. N. J., D..D., '75; Wo. U., O., D. D.. '75; 
Tea. Prin. T. S., '55; Prin. Edgehill Sch., 
N. J., '51; Tut. Greek Prin. V., '52-55; Adj. 
and Assoc. Prof. Greek Prin. U., '55-61; Ord. 
Kv. '63, Pbv. of Philadelphia; In.str. French 
Pnn. U., '59-70; Libr. Prin. U., '65-72; P