A. T. Pierson — Biographies and Information

A. T. PiersonArthur Tappan Pierson (1837-1911) was an American pastor, Bible expositor and editor of The Missionary Review of the World. Acting pastor during the illness and after the death of Charles Spurgeon at Metropolitan Tabernacle, London (1891-1893). Speaker at D. L. Moody's Northfield Conferences and Keswick Convention in England. Consulting editor for Scofield Reference Bible (1909). Wrote nearly 50 books, including the biography, George Müller of Bristol.

Marriage and Family:
Sarah Francis Pierson Sarah Frances Benedict Pierson (1836-1917): Married Arthur T. Pierson, July 12, 1860. They had seven children: Helen M. (1861-1937); Laura W. (1862-1941); Louise B. (1864-1903); Delavan L. (1867-1952); Farrand B. (1876-1928); Edith Muir and Anna W. Note: Photo at time of her marriage.

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