Elmer Ellsworth Snoddy
E.E. Snoddy was a teacher in the College of the Bible for a number of years. He, along with A.W. Fortune and W.C. Bower were a new generation of teachers in the COB replacing the McGarvey era. In 1917, his teaching on Evolution and the new liberal theology called, destructive criticism, led to the confrontation and ultimate dismissal of H.L. Calhoun and a different direction of the school that never would change.
The grave of E.E. Snoddy is located at Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Ky. Heading west from downtown on West Main Street enter the cemetery to the right. Continue through the iron gates on the main little road (Main Avenue). Just as you approach the "Sunken Garden" section you will want to turn right and head toward East Main Avenue. Go down to Section "26" on the right and the grave is about middle of the section. Be sure to see map. Section 26 Lot 85 SW1/2