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     He preaches without manuscript, is earnest and eloquent, and many hundreds have been converted under his ministry. He is a firm Baptist . . . - (The Baptist Encyclopedia, 1881)


Elder S. H. Ford, D. D., LL.D.
By Ben M. Bogard

Rev. Samuel Howard Ford D. D., LL.D.
Baptist Minister and Editor
By Sam Frank Taylor, D. D., 1912

Two Short Bios of Samuel H. Ford

Listed below are the various writings of Ford on this website.

Baptist Waymarks
By Samuel H. Ford, 1903
24 chapters + appendices

"The Life, Times and Teachings of J. R. Graves"
A 12-chapter Serial Document

History of Kentucky Baptists
An Early History of Baptists in Kentucky, 1856-58

Chart of Early Baptist History
By S. H. Ford

Review of Dr. Thomas Armitage's Baptist History
By Samuel H. Ford, 1888

Visits to Association Meetings
Around Kentucky in 1859

By Samuel H. Ford
Christian Repository

Remarkable Revivals and Revivalists
of the 19th Century

Materials Of A Gospel Church
By Samuel H. Ford, 1859

Have Baptists as a People been Indifferent
to the Conversion of the Young?

By Samuel H. Ford, 1889

Does Baptism Admit to Membership
in a Gospel Church?

The One Distinctive Difference Between Baptists and All Others
By S. H. Ford, 1890

The Origin of the Baptists
By S. H. Ford
A Link

Via Google Books.

Christain Repository, 1857
Samuel H. Ford, Editor

Christain Repository, 1859
Samuel H. Ford, Editor

Christain Repository, 1889
Samuel H. Ford, Editor

The Origin of the Baptists
This is a link to another website.

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