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Chronology and sources for William Henry Branson [ edit ]
Born August 16, near Fairfield, IL.
Trained at Battle Creek Academy
Emmanuel Missionary College
Married Minnie Gertrude Shreve. Two children were born to this couple.
He began denominational service as a colporteur in 1906
Brnson's evangelistic work began
Conference president of South Carolina conference
Conference president of Tennessee conference
President of the former Southeastern Union Conference.
Worked in Africa
Organized the Southern African Division and administered it.
Wife Minnie died.
Served as vice-president of the General Conference
Married Elizabeth Hinton Robbins.
Chaired the committee tasked with developing a uniform baptismal certificate.
Led in the church's work in China
President of General Conference
1961, January 21 at Glendale, CA.
References for this chronology [ edit ]
^ 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.
^ 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
^ 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.
^ Froom, Leroy Edwin (1971). Movement of Destiny (PDF). Washington, D. C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association. pp. 420,421.