Billy Sunday

Billy Sunday

Born: November 19, 1862

Died: November 6, 1935

Nationality: American

Occupation: Clergyman

Biography: William Ashley Billy Sunday was an American athlete who, after being a popular outfielder in baseball's National League during the 1880s, became the most celebrated and influential American evangelist during the first two decades of the 20th century.

Source/Notes: Variation. As quoted in ""Billy" Sunday, the man and his message: with his own words which have won thousands for Christ" by William Thomas Ellis, L.T. Myers, 1914, p. 155
Source/Notes: As quoted in ""Billy" Sunday, the man and his message: with his own words which have won thousands for Christ" by William Thomas Ellis, L.T. Myers, 1914, p. 88
Source/Notes: As quoted in ""Billy" Sunday, the man and his message: with his own words which have won thousands for Christ" by William Thomas Ellis, L.T. Myers, 1914, p. 292
Source/Notes: As quoted in ""Billy" Sunday, the man and his message: with his own words which have won thousands for Christ" by William Thomas Ellis, L.T. Myers, 1914, p. 96

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Source/Notes: As quoted in ""Billy" Sunday, the man and his message: with his own words which have won thousands for Christ" by William Thomas Ellis, L.T. Myers, 1914, p. 147
Source/Notes: As quoted in ""Billy" Sunday, the man and his message: with his own words which have won thousands for Christ" by William Thomas Ellis, L.T. Myers, 1914, p. 155

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Source/Notes: The Sawdust Trail: Billy Sunday in His Own Words (2009 edition), University of Iowa Press - ISBN: 9781587296468