Talk:William Henry Branson

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Chronology and sources for William Henry Branson[edit]

1887
Born August 16, near Fairfield, IL.[1][2]
Trained at Battle Creek Academy
Emmanuel Missionary College[3]
1904
Married Minnie Gertrude Shreve. Two children were born to this couple.[1]
1906
He began denominational service as a colporteur in 1906[2]
1908
Brnson's evangelistic work began[2]
1911
Conference president of South Carolina conference
Conference president of Tennessee conference[2]
1915
President of the former Southeastern Union Conference.[2]
1920
Worked in Africa[2]
1920-1930
Organized the Southern African Division and administered it.[2][1]
1935
Wife Minnie died.[1]
1930-1946
Served as vice-president of the General Conference[2]
1936
Married Elizabeth Hinton Robbins.[1]
1941
Chaired the committee tasked with developing a uniform baptismal certificate.[4]
1946-1950
Led in the church's work in China[2]
1950-1954
President of General Conference[2]
1961, January 21 at Glendale, CA.[1]
Died[2]

References for this chronology[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Blacker, W.J., Editor (1961-Feb-13). "Obituaries: Branson" (PDF). Pacific Union Recorder. Angwin, CA: Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. 60 (29): 12. Retrieved 2013-Mar-01.  Check date values in: |access-date=, |date= (help)
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Rebok, Denton E., "Life Sketch of Elder William Henry Branson" (PDF), Review and Herald, February 9, 1961, p. 5 
  3. ^ Froom, Leroy Edwin (September 1950). "Introducing Your New Association Staff, July 15, 1950" (PDF). Ministry. Washington, D.C.: Ministerial Association of Seventh-day Adventists by the Review and Herald Publishing Association. 23 (09): 6, 52. Retrieved 2013-Mar-01.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  4. ^ Froom, Leroy Edwin (1971). Movement of Destiny (PDF). Washington, D. C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association. pp. 420,421.