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    100003 British Union Conference. Including: W E Reid, Bartlett 1919 Adina Marriner - private collection 87k
     
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    100348 BUC Committee 1919. On the back of this photo is a clipping from the Messenger (11/78) as follows: GOLDEN AGE OF RESPECT Madgwick is a household name among senior British Adventists, Dr W R A Madgwick was for many years a highly successful British evangelist, who also served as principal of Newbold College before responding to a call to serve on the staff of Atlantic Union College in the USA. Now retired, Dr Madgwick is keenly interested in the Home Country. He has a long memory, and particularly enjoys the 'Historic Picture' feature in 'Messenger'. He sent us the above picture of members of the British Union Conference Committee dated December, 1919. He was a student at Stanborough College at the time (Newbold's penultimate predecessor). The picture was taken at the north end of Stanborough College (now the School) by Brother W H Smith, a Leeds man on vacation from service in Bombay, India. Dr Madgwick writes: 'I was a student at college at that time, and can well remember the welcome and veneration which we students gave to the distinguished guests from the General Conference.' He provided details of the above initials and all, and continues: 'They are all now deceased with the possible exception of W H Hurlow. Front (from left): S G Haughey (American serving in Britain), H J Edmed, W A Spicer (at that time, GC secretary, but served many years as GC president), A G Daniels (GC president), M N Campbell (BUC president), W T Knox (GC treasurer), W T Bartlett (editor, minister, missionary, author, and Newbold College principal Bartlett Hall is named for him), J J Gillatt. Middle (from left); F S Jackson, F A Spearing, W E Read (at that time Stanborough Press manager, also BUC president, Northern European Division president, GC secretary, etc.), W H Meredith (BUC president, etc.), Harry E Armstrong, G D Keough (at that time a missionary on furlough from the Middle East, a Bible student and teacher sana parell, Newbold's Keough House named for him), Ernest Ashton, Glen Wakeham (Stanborough College principal). Top (from left): H F De'Ath, J C Stewart (Sanitarium manager), J Camp (Granose Foods manager), William Maudsley, Dr F C Shone (founder of Walthamstow school), R Mussen, H D Clarke (BUC treasurer), Dr G A S Madgwick (Sanitarium medical director. Later, a medical missionary to Africa), W H Hurlow (missionary on furlough from Africa). Messenger 11/78. 1919 Stanborough Press - photographic archive 91k
     
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    100241 Group of workers in British East Africa. On the left is Spencer George Maxwell with Mrs G M Maxwell seated and holding a child. 1920 Stanley Maxwell - private collection 97k
     
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    100263 Missionaries to Kenya in 1920. W T Bartlett is seated on the front row, not wearhing his pith helmet. Back right is Spencer George Maxwell and Mrs Maxwell is in front of him with a child on her knee. 1920 Stanley Maxwell - private collection 99k
     
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    100296 Newcastle Wokers' Convention, 1920. On the back of this photo is a clipping, presumably from an edition of the Messenger, of an article by R D Vine: "We are indebted to Mrs. Vera Dietz (nee Smith) of the Newcastle-on-Tyne church for this picture of the North England Conference ministerial workers attending a convention in Newcastle shortly after World War I. From left to right: (front row): Pastors Samuel F. Tonks (who was eventually responsible for building the fine Reading church); Frederick A. Spearing (one-gime SEC president and Stanborough College principal); ? ; Richard Mussen (a liner captain before his conversion); M. N. Campbell (BUC president); Alfred E. Bacon (NEC president. His wife behind him; his daughter, Alfreda, in front - wife of Pastor D. A. Conroy); A. Rodd (father of Pastor Bob Rodd); J. E. Bell; Joseph Harker (minister, musician, composer, hymnbook editor. He prepared the Advent Hymnal, Advent Hymnal Revised, and the current New Advent Hymnal - his 'swansong' as he put it). Behind the latter is Pastor E. E. Craven (Ted), noted evangelist of the twenties and thirties, and later president of the Irish Mission. To Pastor Craven's right is Pastor W. J. Young (author of Anglo-Israelism at a time when the inter-denominational movement known as british Israelism was strong and militant - an error still held by Armstrong's Radio Church of God. Pastor Young actually died while circulating Gospel literature in his evangelistic effort). First right (third row) is Mr. and Mrs. Harry Casson, one of the denomination's outstanding lay preachers and soul winners. Their home church was Sheffield. He was instrumental in indroducing Pastor W. L. Emmerson to the truth, and also the morhter of the late Pastor G. D. King. First left back row, is Pastor F. W. Goodall, for many years director of the BUC Youth Department; and extreme right, back row, is the fater of Pastors Edgar and Roy Hulbery, and Mrs. Joyce Hill of Plymouth (teacher and headmistress). Pastor Lionel Barras and Valence, Sisters Horsepool, Scott, and Baldwin, are somewhere in the picture; also Mr. and Mrs. Crowder, parents-in-law of the late A. S. Maxwell (minister, editor, and author of over 100 books including Bedtime Stories, and Bible Stories). With the exception of Mrs. Alfreda Conroy (still very much in the land of the living) all we have actually identified are now dead, awaiting the great day which to them as to us was 'the Blessed Hope'. All were spiritual titans in their day. Many descendants still hold high the torch, but mostly in other lands. R. D. Vine, editor." 1920 Stanborough Press - photographic archive 83k
     
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