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Ellen G. White A short biography of the human person
Ellen G. White A short biography of the human person
The Harmon family
The Harmon family
The Harmon family
The Harmon family
James White
James White
James White’s religious experience
James White’s religious experience
Marriage
Marriage
Mother of four sons
Mother of four sons
Mother of four sons
Mother of four sons
Mother of four sons
Mother of four sons
Mother of four sons
Mother of four sons
The human person
The human person
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1Ellen G. White A short biography of 21Nursing an invalid husband. On
the human person. Christmas Day, 1865, Mrs. White received a
2The Harmon family. Father: Robert F. vision during a prayer session in which
Harmon, Sr. [1786-1866] Mother: Eunice she was shown that Adventists had not done
Gould Harmon [1787-1863]. enough to promote health reform, and
3The Harmon family. Caroline should establish a health institution: (a)
Harmon-Clough (1812-1883) Married to a To promote proper cures for healing those
Methodist clergyman Niece: Mary Clough. already ill. (b) To teach prevention of
4The Harmon family. Harriet Harmon illness through proper diet and other
McCann (1814-1870s) Wife of a clergyman in reforms. Although James White recovered
Kansas. John B. Harmon (1815-1883) from this stroke, he would experience
Businessman in Illinois. about five strokes before his death 16
5The Harmon family. Mary Plummer Harmon years later, in 1881, at the age of 60 (LS
Foss (1823-1912) Married Hazen Foss' 248-249).
brother, Samuel Foss Sarah Harmon-Belden 22Nursing an invalid husband. To hasten
(1822-1868) Married Stephen Belden in Aug his convalescence they sold their home in
1851 Two children: Franklin and Lillian. Battle Creek, and relocated on a small
6The Harmon family. Robert F. Harmon, farm purchased at Greenville, Michigan.
Jr. (1825-1853) Only brother to become James White was most reluctant to engage
Sabbatarian Adventist. in any exercise, because he had been
7The Harmon family. Elizabeth converted to Dr. Jackson's erroneous
("Lizzie") N. Harmon Bangs theory of total mental and physical
(1827-1891) Ellen's fraternal twin Married inaction in the recovery of health. In the
Reuben Bangs Never accepted Ellen's gift. spring and summer of 1867, slowly James
8African Ancestry? Some people have began to show an interest, and join in the
claimed that Ellen White has African garden work in a limited way.
American ancestry on the Gould side of her 23Nursing an invalid husband. Although
family. Supporting this claim is her James White recovered from this first
facial features and research done by Elder stroke, he experienced altogether about
C. E. Dudley After some thorough research five strokes before his death 16 years
done regarding this claim, to the best of later, in 1881, at the age of 60 (LS
our knowledge we do not have any tangible 248-249).
proof of this and, as far as we can tell, 24Rejection by the Battle Creek Church.
her ancestry is only European Caucasian. By March, 1867, after an extended absence
9African Ancestry? The latest summary from Battle Creek, Ellen White began to
of the claims and research can be found receive letters in Greenville "of a
in: Craig Newborn, article: “Ancestry of discouraging character" from some of
Ellen G. White” in the Ellen G. White the members of the Battle Creek church.
Encyclopedia (Review and Herald). James R. "Grieved in spirit beyond measure, I
Nix, “Ellen White’s racial background” in remained at home, dreading to go anywhere
“Ellen White and Current Issues” among the church for fear of being
Symposium, Center for Adventist Research, wounded. Finally, as no one made an effort
Andrews University, volume 1 (April 4, to relieve my feelings, I felt it to be my
2005), pp. 30-45. duty to call together a number of
10“My misfortune”. At age nine, Ellen experienced brethren and sisters, and meet
Harmon suffered a tragic accident which, the [false] reports which were circulating
she later wrote, "was to affect my in regard to us. Weighed down and
whole life" (LS 17). She was struck depressed, even to anguish, I met the
on the nose by a stone hurled by a charges against me. . ." (1T
classmate angry at some childish trifle. 580-581).
She was in a coma three weeks. "I was 25Interpersonal problems. Interpersonal
reduced almost to a skeleton." (LS problems between James and Ellen over
18). differences of opinion concerning the
11“My misfortune”. Ellen was also handling of their son, Edson. James took a
physically disfigured for the rest of her very stern, "tough love,"
life. "Every feature of my face attitude, refusing to bail Edson out from
seemed changed. The sight was more than I the consequences of his spendthrift ways.
could bear. The bone of my nose proved to Ellen, however, took a more tender,
be broken. The idea of carrying my lenient, conciliatory attitude, which
misfortune through life was insupportable. caused James to disagree and, at times,
I could see no pleasure in my life. I did explode.
not wish to live, and I dared not die, for 26Interpersonal problems. Problems
I was not prepared." (2SG 9). caused by the deterioration of James’
12The Aftermath of the Accident. Ellen condition. James eventually experienced a
Harmon never resumed formal schooling. complete change of character and
Some 50 years after the accident, she personality. "I shall use the old
wrote that that "which for a time head God gave me until He reveals that I
seemed so bitter and was so hard to bear, am wrong. Your head won't fit on my
have proved to be a blessing in disguise. shoulders. Keep it where it belongs, and I
The cruel blow which blighted the joys of will try to honor God in using my own. I
earth, was the means of turning my eyes to shall be glad to hear from you, but don't
heaven. I might never have known Jesus, waste your precious time and strength in
had not the sorrow that clouded my early lecturing me on matters of mere
years led me to seek comfort in Him" opinion" (Letter 66, May 16, 1876).
(RH, Nov. 25, 1884; cited in 1Bio 30-31). 27Widowhood and loneliness. James died
13James White. Born Aug. 4, 1821, at on Aug. 6, 1881, at age 60. They had been
Palmyra, NY 5th of nine children Suffered married for 35 years. "His sympathy
from poor eyesight which kept him out of and prayers and tears I have missed so
school until the age of 19 Formal much, so very much. No one can understand
education consisted of a total of 29 this as myself. But my work has to be
weeks. done" (Ms 227, 1902, cited in 3SM
14James White’s religious experience. 67). "I miss Father more and more.
Baptized into the "Christian Especially do I feel his loss while here
Connection" denomination Profoundly in the mountains. I find it a very
moved by the preaching of William Miller different thing being in the mountains
and in September 1842 He was successful in with my husband and in the mountains
preaching the Millerite message: in the without him. I am fully of the opinion
winter of 1842-43 Ordained to the gospel that my life was so entwined or interwoven
ministry in April 1843. with my husband's that it is about
15Courtship. They met prior to 1844, at impossible for me to be of any great
Portland, Maine Became acquainted on a account without him" (Letter 17,
trip to Orrington, Maine, where they both Sept. 12, 1881).
went to combat fanaticism. A courtship 28Remarriage? "Since twenty-one
developed, but was allowed to mature only years ago, when I was deprived of my
after both had assured themselves that the husband by death, I have not had the
relationship had God's approval. slightest idea of ever marrying again.
16Marriage. The ceremony was performed Why? Not because God forbade it. No. But
by a justice of the peace, in Portland, to stand alone was best for me, that no
Maine, Aug. 30, 1846. James was 25 years, one should suffer with me in carrying
1 month old Ellen was 18 years, 9 months forward my work entrusted to me of God.
old. And no one should have a right to
17A problem with timidity. May be as a influence me in any way in reference to my
residual effect from her accident (which responsibility and my work in bearing my
physically scarred her for life). At age testimony of encouragement and
17, she was commissioned to public reproof." (Ms. 227, 1902; cited in
ministry. Her reaction: "I was 3SM 66, 67).
exceedingly troubled. . . . My heart 29Mother of four sons. Henry Nichols
shrank in terror from the thought" White (1847-1863) Spent many of his early
(LS 69-70). Reasons why: (1) Poor health years with the Stockbridge Howland family.
(2) "I was only seventeen years of “Sweet singer” Died prematurely at 16
age, small and frail” (3) "I was years of age, of pneumonia.
young and timid”. 30Mother of four sons. James Edson White
18Acute privation in their home. In the (1849-1928) Known by his middle name (to
earliest days of their married life, they differentiate him from his father)
lived in the homes of others Harmon home Missionary to former African American
Stockbridge Howland home They started slaves in the southern United States
housekeeping with borrowed furniture, but (often at great personal endangerment,
determined to be financially independent. from violence at the hands of angry
19Acute privation in their home. In plantation-owners).
vision Ellen was "shown that the Lord 31Mother of four sons. William Clarence
had been trying us for our good, and to White (1854-1937) Known affectionately as
prepare us to labor for others; that He "Willie" After his father's
had been stirring up our nest, lest we decease he served as counselor, business
should settle down at ease. Our work was manger, and traveling companion to his
to labor for souls; if we had been mother, a task to which God had especially
prospered, home would be so pleasant that called him.
we would be unwilling to leave it; trials 32Mother of four sons.
had been permitted to come upon us to 33Mother of four sons. John Herbert
prepare us for the still greater conflicts White (1860) Died at age 2 ? months, from
that we would meet in our travels" erysipelas (also known medically as
(LS 105-106). "St. Anthony's Fire").
20Nursing an invalid husband. James 34The human person. She had her own
White was never in robust health. Stricken struggles, weaknesses, strengths, and
with paralysis on Aug. 16, 1865. difficulties Battled disease and illnesses
Hospitalized at "Our Home on the Lived in poverty.
Hillside," a health reform 35The human person. Worked hard at
institution operated by Dr. Jackson, at raising a family and serving the church
Dansville, New York. God instructed Ellen Had her shortcomings Suffered the loss of
White to remove her husband from this a husband and two sons.
hospital.
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