Ellen G. White – Cause of Death, Date of Death, and More!

Ellen G. White died at age 87, impressive. Check out the death cause, death date, and more facts about the circumstances surrounding religious leader Ellen G. White's death.

Biography - A Short Wiki

American author and Christian leader who co-founded the Seventh Day Adventist church. She authored a number of important Christian writings, including the Conflict of the Ages series.

He family became involved with the Millerite movement when she was a child, and upon adolescence, she began receiving religious visions, which continued throughout her life.

When she was nine years old, she was struck in the face by a rock thrown by a classmate of hers. It disfigured her nose and put her in a coma for a few weeks.

How did Ellen G. White die?

Ellen G. White's death was caused by falling accident.

Information about the death of Ellen G. White
Cause of deathFalling Accident
Age of death87 years
ProfessionReligious Leader
BirthdayNovember 26, 1827
Death dateJuly 16, 1915
Place of deathElmshaven, Deer Park, California, United States
Place of burialN/A


"There are orphans that can be cared for; but this some will not venture to undertake, for it brings them work more than they care to do, leaving them but little time to please themselves."

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"My appeal to the rich is, Deal liberally with your poor brethren, and use your means to advance the cause of God. The worthy poor, who are made poor by misfortune and sickness, deserve your especial care and help."

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"A person whose mind is quiet and satisfied in God is in the pathway to health."

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"Why the Christian life is so difficult to many is because they have a divided heart. They are double-minded, which makes them unstable in all their ways."

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"If you are suffering from your intemperance in eating or in drinking, we that are around you, or associated with you, are affected by your infirmities. We have to suffer on account of the course you pursue, which is wrong. If it has an influence to lessen your powers of mind or body, we are affected by it."

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