A. E. Flowers

1894, A. E. Flowers: Minister to Trinidad
Review and Herald, February 6, 1894, p. 16

Tuesday, Jan. 30, brother A. E. Flowers, of the Bible school of this city, was solemnly set apart to the work of the gospel ministry, preparatory to his leaving for the island of Trinidad, to engage in missionary work in that island and vicinity. The exercises were held in the chapel of the new College building, conducted by Elders Durland, Prescott, and the writer. The evening following, brother Flowers left for his home in Missouri, to make immediate preparation to depart on his mission.
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Flowers Sails on S. S. Trinidad
Review and Herald, February 20, 1894, p. 16

ELDER A. E. FLOWERS and wife sailed from New York, Feb. 17, on the steamship “Trinidad,” bound for the island of Trinidad, where an interest has so lately been awakened in our work by reading, and where the people are calling loudly for the living preacher.
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The S S Trinidad (file photo)

The S S Trinidad (file photo)

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