Musselman, Harvey B. (1868-1956)
Harvey B. Musselman (1868-1956) was an outstanding leader of the Mennonite Brethren in Christ Church in Pennsylvania. He was born in Lehigh Co., Pennsylvania. He entered the ministry in 1890 and was ordained in 1893 by the Pennsylvania Mennonite Brethren in Christ Conference. He was married to Annie M. Bans in 1888, to which union were born three children. He held pastorates at Royersford, Spring City, Lehighton, Weissport, Bethlehem, and Mt. Carmel, Pa.; served as presiding elder for 18 years; and was president of the Orphanage and Home Board, the Foreign Mission Board, and the Executive Board of the Mennonite Brethren in Christ Conference.
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