Excerpt from Zion's Landmark, Vol. 101: Published Semi-Monthly; November 15, 1967
Associate Editors who have ser ved in behalf of the Zion's Land mark in the nineteenth Century were as follows: (this list does not include those five associate editors who later became Editors) Sister R. Anna Phillips, corresponding Editress, Macon, Ga.; Twentieth Century: Elders J. D. Cockran, Hartsville, Va., J. C. Hurst (m. Roanoke, Va., M. L. Gilbert, Dade City, Fla., C., B. Hall (d. D. Hillsboro, N.' C., C F. Denny, Wilson, N. C., (elder C. F. Denny Was the father of Frank -w. Denny, one of our current publishers), S. B. Denny, Wilson, N. C., Joshua T. Rowe, Baltimore, Md., Joel B. Marshall, Meadows of Dan, Va., B. S. Cowin, Williamston, N. C., E'. L. Cobb, Wilson, N. C., T R. Crawford, Cairo, Ga., R. W. Gur ganus, jacksonvilletn. C., W. E. Turner, Wilson, N. C., W. C. King.
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