Du BOSE, HORACE MELLARD, 1858-1941

Biography:

Methodist minister. Born– November 7, 1858, Choctaw County. Parents– Hezekiah and Amanda (Hawkins) Du Bose. Married– Rosa Chaney, December 6, 1882. Married– Gertrude Vaughn Amis, 1899. Children– Six. Education– Attended Waynesboro Academy in Mississippi; languages and classics tutors; Emory and Henry College, honorary D.D., 1892. Licensed to preach in the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1876; ordained, 1879. Served as pastor of churches in Mississippi; Galveston, Huntsville, Houston, and Tyler, Tex.; Los Angeles, Calif., 1876-1898; secretary of the Epworth League and editor of the Epworth Era, Nashville, 1898-1910; served as pastor in Augusta and Atlanta, Ga. Edited the Methodist Review, 1916-1918; elected a bishop and stationed in Berkeley, Calif. Member of 1901 Ecumenical Conference and of the World Sunday School Convention.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 1., and the National Cyclopaedia of American Biography, Vol. 18.

Publication(s):

The Bible and the Ages. New York; F. H. Revell, 1930.

The Bodily Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Nashville; Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1924.

The Consciousness of Jesus. Nashville; Smith and Lamar, 1917.

The Crisis of Criticism. Nashville; Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1923.

Francis Asbury. Nashville; Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1909.

The Gang of Six. Nashville; Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1906.

A History of Methodism. Nashville; Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1916.

The Law and the Prophets. Nashville; Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1924.

The Life and Memories of Reverend J. D. Barbee. Nashville; Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1906.

Life at Its Best. Nashville; Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1908.

Life of Joshua Soule. Nashville; Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1911.

Margaret, a Poetic Idyll. Nashville; Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1906.

The Men of Sapio Ranch. Nashville; Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1909.

The Planting of the Cross. San Francisco; Whitaker & Ray, 1903.

Rupert Wise. Nashville; Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1889.

The Symbol of Methodism. Nashville; Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1907.

Through Two Generations. New York; F. H. Revell, 1934.

Unto the Dawn. Nashville; Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1896.