Edward Armstrong Ince, M.D.: b. Dec. 10, 1847, Mountmellick, Ireland; d. May 18, 1920, Detroit, Mich.; immigrated to America in 1870; became a naturalized citizen in 1880; grad. Union Theological Seminary, N.Y.C., B.D., 1873, Crozer Theological Seminary, 1874, Hahnemann Medical College, M.D., 1875 (D.D., Denison University, Ohio, 1893); m. Mimie E. Randall (Nov. 1851, N.Y.-by 1920), 1875; lic., 1872, by the new Mantua Baptist Church, West Phila. (constituted May 29, 1872); while still at Crozer he “very acceptably” supplied at Mantua Baptist, 1872; ord. Feb. 12, 1873, Mantua Baptist; . . . pastor, Downer’s Grove, Ill., 1876-1877, Centralia, Ill., 1878-1880, First Baptist, Middletown, Ohio, 1880-1889, Mt. Auburn Baptist, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1889-1893, Quincy, Ill., 1893-1902, Chicago, Ill., 1903, returned to Quincy, Ill., 1904, Mt. Sterling, Ill., 1905-1906, Reed City, Mich., 1907-1908, retired from pastoral ministry and practiced medicine in Illinois at Prophetstown, Tampico, and Quincy. Ince was the author of Miscellany. First Baptist Church, Middletown, Ohio (Cincinnati, 1889), 120 pp. His gravesite is in the Woodland Cemetery, Quincy, Adams County, Illinois.
The picture is of the First Baptist Church in Middletown, Ohio, where Ince pastored.