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James Harvey Morrison was a Seventh-day Adventist pastor and administrator, born in Beaver, Pennsylvania, on October 22, 1841.

Joseph Madison Rees was a Seventh-day Adventist pastor, literature evangelist, and administrator.

Judson S. Washburn was an evangelist, musician, and pastor who was deeply connected by pedigree with the church’s leading pioneers.

Robert J. Wieland was a pastor, author, musician, and missionary. He is best known for his controversial interpretation of the 1888 General Conference session in a manuscript co-authored with Donald K. Short, "1888 Re-Examined." This work in time led to the creation of the independent ministry, the 1888 Message Study Committee.