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Noah E. Miller, a Mennonite (Mennonite Church) pastor, evangelist, and Bible teacher, was born 13 January 1880, the son of Elias M. and Catherine J. Miller. He was an active member of the Southwestern Pennsylvania (now Allegheny) Mennonite (MC) Conference and lived his entire life in the vicinity of Springs, Somerset County, PA. He was married to Hannah, daughter of Bishop J. N. Durr, Martinsburg, PA on 6 June 1907, to which union were born three sons and three daughters. He was ordained to the ministry in the Springs congregation (MC) on 11 May 1912, and as bishop 5 October 1912. He was known and widely used throughout the church. At different times he served as secretary and moderator of Southwestern Pennsylvania Conference and president of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Mission Board. He was an instructor for the winter Bible school at Eastern Mennonite School for about ten years and was serving in this capacity at the time of his death. At various times he served on the Young People's Bible Meeting Committee and the Young People's Problems Committee of Mennonite General Conference. He was secretary of the Mennonite General Conference at the time of his death, 18 March 1930.


Author(s) John L Horst
Date Published 1957


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Horst, John L. "Miller, Noah E. (1880-1930)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 31 Aug 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Miller,_Noah_E._(1880-1930)&oldid=89979.

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Horst, John L. (1957). Miller, Noah E. (1880-1930). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 31 August 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Miller,_Noah_E._(1880-1930)&oldid=89979.




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