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P. H. Welshimer

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Pearl Howard "P. H." Welshimer (April 6, 1873 – August 16, 1957) was an American Christian minister and author from Canton, Ohio, and well-known leader in the Restoration Movement. Pearl Welshimer was born to Samuel and Louisa Jane Wilson Welshimer at Union Center, Union County, Ohio, on April 6, 1873. As a boy he selected for himself the middle name “Howard.” In his adult years he was most often known simply as “P.H.” Welshimer graduated from Ohio Northern University at Ada in 1894. In his final year of school there, university president Henry Lehr pulled Welshimer aside and urged him to abandon the study of law for the ministry. As a result, Welshimer attended Hiram College to study preaching. After graduating from Hiram in 1897, Welshimer accepted a call to a church in Millersburg, Ohio. Welshimer met his wife, Clara Hornig, in Millersburg. The two were married in her parents’ home in Vermilion, Ohio, on May 15, 1900. They had three children: Helen, Mildred (Phillips), and Ralph.
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