2 edition of genealogy of Ellen Gould Harmon White found in the catalog.
genealogy of Ellen Gould Harmon White
Charles E. Dudley
|Statement||by Charles Edward Dudley, Sr.|
|Contributions||Dudley, Charles E.|
|LC Classifications||BX6193.W5 D83 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||172 p. :|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||00502536|
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Ellen Gould Harmon White, born Ellen Harmon in , is one of the founders of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. She was believed by some within the Church to be a prophetess, and White herself claimed that she was the messenger of the Lord. In March , the Ellen G. White Estate commissioned Roger D. Joslyn,  a professional genealogist, to research Ellen G. White's ancestry. Joslyn concluded that she was of Anglo-Saxon origin.  Joslyn found that that Ellen's mother, Eunice (Gould) Harmon was the daughter of Joseph Goold/Gould, an American Revolutionary soldier.
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Ellen Gould, born 26 Novemberand married 30 August to James White, is listed as a daughter of Robert and Eunice (Gould) Harmon in The Harmon Genealogy compiled and edited by Artemas C. Harmon (Washington, D.C.: the compiler, ), 41 (copy supplied by Ellen G.
White Estate from previously copied genealogical records). Although the. The basic information on the Gould ancestral line of Ellen Gould (Harmon) White is from published sources, such as Edward S.
Stackpole’s Old Kittery and Her Families (), Artemas C. Harmon’s The Harmon Genealogy (), and so forth. The genealogy of Ellen Gould Harmon White: The prophetess of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, and the story of the growth and development of the as it relates to African-Americans [Dudley, Charles E] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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The Genealogy of Ellen Gould Harmon White: the Prophetess. x The Genealogy of Ellen G. White The above are just a few quotes from an interesting book pub-lished in —The Genealogy of Ellen Gould Harmon White: The Prophetess of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and the Story of the Growth and Development of the Seventh-day Adventist Denomi-nation As It Relates to Two 1.
As discussed above, Robert and Eunice (Gould) Harmon were the parents of Ellen Gould (Harmon) White. No birth record was found for Robert, shown in Artemas Harmon’s The Harmon Genealogy (pa 19, and 41) to have occurred in Standish, Maine, 28 February That he was born in Maine about —84 is evident from his entry in the In Ellen White's lineage on her father's side was set forth in the publication of The Harmon Genealogy, by Artemas C.
Harmon. Many years later, in the early s, the White Estate contracted with a professional genealogist to specifically trace Ellen White's lineage on her mother's side-Eunice Gould Harmon.
Was Ellen White Black. 1Ti Neither give heed to fables and endless genealogies, which minister questions, rather than godly edifying which is in faith: so do. In the book, The Genealogy of Ellen Gould Harmon White, was published. Charles Edward Dudley, Sr., for many years a regional conference president, is the author.
Jesus Christ, Ellen Gould Harmon White (), Ellen G. White, Enoch (Biblical figure), James White, William Miller () Time To 70 A.D., 19th century, Christianity, Jesus Christ, Seventh-day Adventist, The Beginning of Time to Eternity. The genealogy of Ellen Gould Harmon White the prophetess of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, and the story of the growth and development of the Seventh-Day Adventist denomination as it relates to African-Americans by Charles E.
Dudley. 0 Ratings 1 Want to read; 0 Currently reading; 0 Have read. In Ellen White’s ancestry on her father’s side was well documented with the publication of The Harmon Genealogy, by Artemas C. Harmon. In the early s, in anticipation of the six-volume biography of Ellen White, to be written by Arthur White, the White Estate contracted with a professional genealogist to trace Ellen White’s.
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White which appeared in the book A Solemn Appeal Relative to the Solitary Vice and Abuses and Excesses of the Marriage Relation, published in by the Steam Press of Battle Creek. Articles include Appeal to Mothers, The Marriage Relation, Obedience to the Law of God, Female Modesty, and Sentimentalism.
About the Author Ellen Gould (Harmon) White. Robert Harmon and Abner Gould, Jr., were enumerated near each other in Portland in the Federal Census (research notes of James R.
Nix and copy of notes revised 24 October supplied by Ellen G. White Estate from previously copied genealogical records). Education [Ellen Gould Harmon White] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book was digitized and reprinted from the collections of the University of California Libraries.
It was produced from digital images created through the libraries’ mass digitization efforts. The digital images were cleaned and prepared for printing through automated processes. This report by noted genealogist Roger D.
Joslyn documents the linage of Ellen White in great detail: Ellen's mother was Eunice Gould Harmon, the daughter of Joseph Gould (also spelled Goold), who was a soldier in the American Revolution. Following the War of Independence, Joseph Gould moved to Portland, Maine, from the town of Kittery.
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0 Reviews. - The Genealogy of Ellen Gould Harmon White © Charles E Dudley Sr Adventist. InCharles E. Dudley published a book on the genealogy of Ellen White (The genealogy of Ellen Gould Harmon White: the prophetess of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and the story of the growth and development of the Seventh-day Adventist denomination as it relates to African-Americans [Nashville, TN: Dudley Publishing Services.
Ellen G. White. AKA Ellen Gould Harmon. Adventist seer of visions. Birthplace: Gorham, ME Location of death: St. Helena, CA Cause of death: Heart Failure Remains: Buried.  Charles Edward Dudley, Sr., The Genealogy of Ellen Gould Harmon White () makes a claim that EGW by imputing a connection of the Gould family of which she is a member Born: Robert F.
Harmon, Sr., () — A resourceful farmer and hatmaker, Ellen’s father was disfellowshipped in from his church for embracing the Millerite message. Eunice Gould Harmon () — Her mother had two sons and six daughters, of whom Ellen and her twin, Elizabeth, were the last.
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