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Missionary

Samuel Graham Wilson, American missionary.

Background

Wilson, Samuel Graham was born on February 11, 1858 in Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Andrew Wilkins and Anna Graham (Dick) Wilson.

Education

Brother of Robert Dick W. Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1876, A.M., 1879. Graduate Western Theological Seminary, 1879.

Post-graduate, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1879-1880. (Doctor of Divinity, Western University of Pennsylvania, and Grove City College, Pennsylvania, 1906).

Career

Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1880. Principal Memorial Training School, Tabriz, Persia, and treasurer W. Persia Mission since 1880. Wrote articles in the Encyclopaedia of Temperance.

Contributor North American Review, Princeton Theological Review, Missionary Review of the World, etc. Author: Persian Life and Customs, 1895. Persia, Western Missions, 1897.

Mariam, 1906; Bahaism and Its Claims, 1915. Address: Tabriz, Persia.

Connections

Married Annie Dwight Rhea, of Lake Forest, Illinois, September 16, 1886.

father:
Andrew Wilkins Wilson

mother:
Anna Graham (Dick) Wilson

spouse:
Annie Dwight Rhea