Biographies

Bush , T.C. Autobiography

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Bush , T. C. Bio 1

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Cameron , H. A. Bio

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Routley , Ray Eulogy

The Lord is good, a stronghold in the day of trouble; and He knoweth them that trust in him. Nahum 1:7 In Memory of Raymond W. RoutleySeptember 1, 1920 - November 21, 2003Raymond W. Routley entered the presence of His Savior Friday, November 21, 2003 at 83 years of age. Ray was born September 1, 1920 in Muskegon, Michigan to Niley and Lillian (Hibbard) Routley. He married Laura S. Orloff August 26, 1944 in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. He was a WW II South Pacific Veteran, serving with the ...

Nicholson , J. Boyd Sr. Eulogy

J. Boyd  Nicholson Sr.   Boyd Nicholson passed into the Lord's presence on Sunday, November 12, 2000 from MacMaster University Hospital. Beloved husband of Bernice (nee Robertson), loving father of Cathie (Bob) Cretney, J. B. (Louise), and Bill (Rona, deceased). Cherished grandfather of Lynn (David) Shatford, John (Janice), Brian (Jackie) Cretney, Joanna (Zachary) Garner, Beth (Crawford) Paul, Craig, Moira, Heather, Lindsey, Sharon, Andrea, David, and Sara. Great-...

William Trotter Bio

William Trotter (1818-1865) was born again in 1830 under the gospel preaching of Methodist preacher, Billy Dawson. In the book, Chief Men Among the Brethren, Henry Pickering claims that Trotter had "done the work of three lives" in his 47-year race through life. The statement seems true enough. He did triple duty as evangelist, pastor, and teacher. There in the north of England, he was saved during a spiritual harvesttime. At the age of 14, he was already testifying and exhorting in the...

Wolston , W.T.P. Bio

Walter Thomas Prideaux Wolston (1840-1917) was born at Brixham, Devon, in the far south of England, on the Channel, 40 kilometers from Plymouth. He was evidently surrounded and nurtured by godly influences. Around those parts at that time an F. Prideaux and an R. W. Wolston, probably related to Wolston, were active Christians in assembly life. He had childhood recollections of his father inviting preachers, such as Charles Stanley to stay in their home. He said he had "a piou...

Vine , W. E. Bio

What kind of man would write an "Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words"? Would he spend his existence cloistered away in an ivory tower, surrounded by heaps of books, and seldom, if ever, descend to the streets below? Perhaps we imagine that there is a hidden community of such people, and they are the ones who give us those cumbersome bookends called lexicons, concordances, encyclopedias and dictionaries. No doubt there are many authors who appear so detached. They approac...

Strong , Leonard Bio

Why would the twelve-year-old son of a Church of England clergyman join the British Navy? Of course, this was a different time, and people seemed to be constituted of sterner stuff. And besides, what twelve-year-old wouldn't be filled with romantic notions of sailing the high seas? Leonard Strong (1797-1874) soon found out what it was like. This fearless young man served as a midshipman in the French and American wars. Many times his ship saw battle. We make a mistake if we think that m...
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