ROSE (HENRY BATES) NOTEBOOK, 1852-1853
Title: Henry Bates Rose notebook
Accession Number(s): 1996-021
Extent: 1 volume
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Austin Seminary Archives at the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
Biographical Note: Henry Bates Rose (1825-1905) was a Presbyterian minister in Virginia, West Virginia and Texas. He studied theology at Union Theological Seminary in Virginia and earned his degree in 1854. He was licensed to preach that year by Montgomery Presbytery and served in various pastorates in West Virginia. In 1874 Rose moved his family to Williamson County, Texas and served churches in Burnet, Pleasant Hill, and Leander. In 1893 he was called to serve at Highland Church in Austin, Texas (now University Presbyterian Church), where he served until 1897. From 1897 until his death in 1905 he preached occasionally at East Austin Presbyterian Church.
Scope and Contents: This notebook contains lecture notes taken by Henry Bates Rose at Union Theological Seminary during lectures in theology by Rev. Samuel B. Wilson, D.D. beginning in August 1852.
Restrictions: Materials are available by appointment only. Contact the archivist for details.
Related Collections: See the “Samuel B. Wilson letter, 1854 July 8” in the Archives and Manuscripts division of the Library of Virginia.
Rose, Henry Bates, 1825-1905.
Wilson, Samuel B., 1783-1869.
Union Theological Seminary in Virginia.
Theology--Study and teaching.
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Preferred Citation: Henry Bates Rose notebook, 1853-1854, Austin Seminary Archives, Stitt Library, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
||Notes taken by Henry Bates Rose at Union Theological Seminary during lectures in theology given by Rev. Samuel B. Wilson, August 1852-[1853?]