|Short Name:||Samuel P. Craver|
|Full Name:||Craver, Samuel Porch, 1847-1919|
Born: April 26, 1847, Franklinville, New Jersey.
Died: October 31, 1919, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Buried: Cementerio Británico, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Samuel’s parents were James Abbott Craver and Hannah Porch Craver. He and his wife Laura Ellen Gassner and had six children.
Craver was educated at Iowa College (AB, BD, DD, 1871); Boston Theological College (1875); and Iowa Wesleyan College (1887).
In 1875, Craver became a Methodist Episcopal missionary in Mexico, serving there for 20 years. He was a charter member of the Methodist Mexico Conference, and founder of the Methodist Church at Guanajuato. He also worked in Paraguay.
In 1895, Craver was transferred to South America, serving as a pastor, several times district superintendent, and president of the theological seminary in Buenos Aires (1895-1919).
|Texts by Samuel P. Craver (4)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|Muere tu amigo, pecador||S. P. Craver (Translator)||Spanish||2|
|Oh hermanos, dad á Cristo||Samuel P. Craver (Author)||Spanish||6|
|Siempre aquí reposaré||Samuel P. Craver (Translator)||Spanish||3|
|Vén, Espíritu eterno||S. P. Craver (Translator)||Spanish||4|