1880-1970

March 6, 1880, Alnwick, Northumberland, England.

May 15, 1970.

Harker was a British Seventh-day Adventist minister. His family moved to the Newcastle-upon-Tyne area in 1900, and he taught music for several years out of his home in Simonside Street in Wallsend. In 1916, he began working in the North England Conference of the Seventh-day Adventists. In 1918, he became president of the Irish Mission, holding that office four years. He then moved to pastoral work in the South England Conference. In 1939, he returned to the British Union to lead the Youth and the Home Missionary Departments, serving until retiring to Reading, Berkshire, in 1946.

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