W. A. Davis Bio

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William Albert Davis

William Albert Davis was born July 8th, 1865 at Marthasvill, Warren County, Missouri - Baptized by Bishop E. M. Marvin July 7th, 1867 - Converted in August 1881 in Bethel Church, Franklin County Missouri - Received into full connection in the Church at Faette in September 1881.
Entered Central College, Fayette, mo. in September 1881 - Graduated with the degree of A. B. in June 1886, and received the degree of A.M. in June 1887. Entered the Missouri Conference in September 1886. Served the following charges in the order named: Renick CT.: Prairie Hill Ct.: Jamison Ct.: Albany Ct.: West Fayette Ct.: Married Ada, the daughter of Dr. F. X. Forster March 6th, 1889, who died July 31st, 1890.
Went to Japan under appointment of the Board of Missions in September 1891. spent five years on the Uwajuma Ct.: one year on the Maysuyama District, then three years in America, one year of which was spent on the Rockville Ct. in the Pacific Conference. Returned to Japan in September 1900, and spent one year on the Yamaguchi Ct. Since that time he has been on the Kyoto Ct.
Married Mary F. Bice May 30, 1893.
During five years of pastoral work in America took part in the building of four churches.
In 1895 built a church in Uwajima with funds raised in Japan, all but $75.00. During eleven years in Japan had 133 baptisms in the various chrges served.
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