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Sarah A. Staley

Board of Trustees Member

Toccoa Falls College

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Toccoa Falls College

107 Kincaid Dr

Toccoa, Georgia,30577

United States

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Influential People to Dr. and Mrs. R.A. Forrest - TFC History

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Miss Staley
Miss Sarah Staley Miss Sarah Staley was one of the first teachers at Toccoa Falls. She met Richard Forrest in Nyack, New York, while he was a student at the Bible Training Institute. She was an elementary school principal. After retirement, she moved to Asheville, North Carolina, but soon relocated to Toccoa Falls were she taught classes at the school. (to read more about Sarah Staley, click here


1955 Board of Trustees | TFC History

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TFC History » Sarah Staley

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TFC History > Sarah Staley Posts Tagged ' Sarah Staley ' Sarah Staley Gaining the Eternal Victory For years, Sarah Staley's unmarked grave rested on a windy hillside in Westview Cemetery overlooking the very place where the Battle of Atlanta was fought. In October 2001, on what would have been her 157th birthday, college alumni and officials placed a marker on her grave. Sarah A. Staley was one [...] Posted in Photos | Comments Off on Sarah Staley Tags:people, Sarah Staley


Sarah Staley - TFC History

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Sarah Staley
For years, Sarah Staley's unmarked grave rested on a windy hillside in Westview Cemetery overlooking the very place where the Battle of Atlanta was fought. In October 2001, on what would have been her 157th birthday, college alumni and officials placed a marker on her grave. Sarah A. Staley was one of the founding members of the Toccoa Falls Institute faculty. Sarah Staley In 1911 she moved to Georgia at the request of Dr. and Mrs. Forrest. While attending Nyack Institute, Dr. Forrest worked as a houseboy for Miss Staley, who was an elementary school principal in Brooklyn. After Haddock Inn, which housed Toccoa Falls Institute, burned to the ground on March 7, 1913, Sarah remained firm in her commitment to God's vision for the school. Sarah Staley in New York Had Sarah advised Dr. Forrest differently, countless individuals would have never been trained to teach and preach the gospel of Jesus Christ. But when Sarah faced what appeared to be a sure defeat, she trusted God and gained the eternal victory! Sarah Staley's headstone If you would like information on the location of Sarah Staley's grave site, you can call Westview Cemetery. Tags:people, Sarah Staley Comments are closed.


A Mighty Rushing Wind - TFC History

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Finally confronted by Sarah Staley, the turning point came.
She reminded Richard that they had been "called by God," and the work had to continue. She was a school teacher so I often wonder just how big the period was at the end of her sentence. Rather than live comfortably on the hill with Sarah Staley, the Forrests chose to live a few yards from here in the board shack.


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