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VINTON BOOK COPY 



VOLUME IV 



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V0LUM5 IV 



This volxime is a typewritten copy of Missionari es of the 
A.B.C.F.M. Memorandum, 1335 - 1910 , which is the second of two 
Tolumes of handwritten biographical memoranda about the missionaries 
of the American Board. The first volume was copied after 1910; this 
rolume is being copied in 1967. 

These volumes are also known as the Vinton Book after the Rever- 
end John A. Vinton, who wrote the major part of the first handwritten 
rolume, the format of which was used in this second volume. His work 
vt8 carried on, after his death, by Dr. Alfred 0. Treat, Vlss A. Chapin, 
*nd others until a card filing system was adopted. 



Abbott, Anatice ^^ 

Abbott, Inez Louise i^q 

AbeLl, Annie Elizabeth • 202 

Abraham, Ralph Lee ^J^ 

Abraham, Mrs. Raloh Lee (Clara Margaret Noderer) 14 

Adams, Alice Pettee IQq 

AFRICAN MISSION, EAST CSMTRAL I5 

AFRICAN MISSION, SOUTH 21 

AFRICAN MISSION, 'v^EST CSiTRAL 22 

Ainslie, Kate Elizabeth 59 

Albrecht, George Eu?ene iy3 I'^i^ 

Albrecht, Mrs. Geor3;e Eugene (Lenora Juliet Barr) I73 194 

Allchin, Florence Stratton I93 

Allen, Annie Teresa - ^ 

Allen, Herbert M.arsena 45 yy 

Allen, Mrs. Herbert Marsena (Ellen Ropes Ladd) 45 77 

Amott, Nellie Jane 27 

Ashdov/n, Charles Rowland jq 

Ashdown, bjrs. Charles Rowland (Jane Dickie) 78 

Atkins, Eunice Mary go 

Atkinson, Henry Herbert 33 

Atkins^' Mrs. Henry Herbert (Tacy Adelia Wilkinson) 83 

Atwater, Ernest Richmond 1^ 

Atwater, Mrs. Ernest Richmond (Jennie Evelyn Pond) 162 

Atwater, Mrs. Ernest Richmond (Elizabeth Graham) 163 

AUSTRIA, MISSION TO 213 

Bailey, Henry Lincoln 2_04 

Bailey, Mrs. Henry Lincoln (R.Nelle Clute) IO4 

Baird, Agnes Mary 30 

Baldwin, Elizabeth " 203 

Baldwin, Jane Du Bois 203 

Banninga, John J. 2_qq 

Banninga, Mrs. John J. (Mary S. Damson) HO 

Barbour, Catherine Hayden 213 

Barker, Annie Mildred 55 

Barker, Lydia Gertrude II3 

Bamum, Sima Minerva gc 

Barrows, Elizabeth Freeman gy 

Bartlett, Cornelia Storrs 54 

Bartlett, Jr., Saimiel Colcoird I77 

Bartlett, Jr. Mrs. Samuel Colcord (Fannie Slater Gordon) 177 

Bates, Eula Goodpasture hq 

Bates, Francis William 3 

Bates, Mrs. Francis V/. (Laura Charlotte Herrick) 3 

Bates, Rosamond Cozad ]_00 

Beach, Frederick Paul ]L27 

Beach, Mrs. Frederick Paul (Ruth P.^ 128 

Beals, Lester Haves nn 

Beal3, Mrs. Lester Hayes (Rose Fairbank) 97 

Beard, Willard Livingstone 123 

Beard, Mrs. Willard Livingstone (Ellen Lucy Kinney) 123 



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Bell, Careline S. 112 

Bell, Diadem 33 

Bell, Enoch Frye • 179 

Bell, Mr3. Enoch Frye (Anna Elizabeth Bowman) 179 

Bell, Ernest A. 115 

Bell, Mrs. Ernest A. (Mary Greer) 115 

Bell, Sarah 30 

Bell, William Clark 26 

Bell, Krs. William Clark (Lena Grace Killer) 26 

Bement, Frances Katherine 131 

Bement, Lucy Permelia 129 

Bennett, Henry James 178 

Bennett, Mrs. Henry James (Annie Woodruff Jones) 178 

Bennett, John D. 16 

Bennett, I-irs. John D. 16 

Bewer, Alice Carolyn 74 

Bigelovf, Agnes Way 10 

Billings, Virginia Aurelia 73 

Bird, Susan Rowena 166 

Bissell, Saily 98 

Bissell, Henry Gaston 91 

Bissell, Mrs. Henry Gaston (Alice Theo King) 92 

Bissell, Henry tortyn 208 

Bissell, Mrs. Henry ilartyn (Ella Norwood) 208 

Bissell, Julia 96 

Black, Robert Franklin 205 

Black, Mrs. Robert Franklin (Anna Gertrude Granger) 205 

Blake, Isabella Theobold Mather 74 

Blanchard, Gertrude Helena 134 
Bliss, Edward Lydston ^ 129,130 
Bliss, Mrs. Edward Lydston (l-Iinnie May Borts) " 129-130 

Bliss, Marcia Fessenden 183 

Bookwalter, Lulu Gertrude 118 

Borts, Minnie May 132 

Bostwick, Henry Josiah 155 

Bost'/dck, Mrs. Henry Josiah (Amelia Louisa Damon) 155 

Bower, Rose Anna 29 

Bradsha>i, Annie Hammond 186 

Breneman, William P. 159 

Bren^afeman, Mrs. William P. 159 

Brewer, I-Iary Emilia 52 
Bridgman, Burt N. .7 

Bridgman, Mrs. Burt N. (Esther Hester McConnell) 7 

Bridgman, Frederick B. 5 

Bridgman, Mrs. Frederick B, (Clara Strong Davis) 5 

Brown, Clara Louise 188 

Brown, Giles Gorton 115 

Brown, Mrs, Giles Gorton (Clarissa Lucretia Pendleton) 115 

Brown, Jean Hazelton 132 

Browne, Alice Seymour 150 

Bruce, Clara Harding 102 

Bruce, Harriet Louisa (Mrs. George Cooper) 99 

Brueckner, K. Robert 13 



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Buckley, Edmund J-^ 

Buckley, Mrs. Edmund (Sara Craig) 182 

Bunker, Fred Robert ^.J-5 

Bunker Mra. Fred Robert (Belle Helen Richards; 4,16 

Burr, Charles Hubbard 95 

Burr, Mra. Charles Hubbard (Annie Brayton Harding) 95 

Burrows, Augusta J. 211 

Bushee, Alice Huntington 213 

Bushnell, Ruth Mary 87 



Calder, Matilda Smyrell 72 

Caldwell, Samuel Lee 46 

Caldwell, Mrs. Samuel Lee (Carrie Bruggeneate) 46 

Cammack, William 26 

Caramack, Mrs. William (Sarah Ubby Seymour) 26 

Campbell, Elizabeth Beveridge 33 

Carey, Edward Francis 79 

Carey, Mrs. Edward Francis (lora Gale Simons) 79 

Carey, Mrs. Edward Francis (Miriam V. Piatt) 79 

Carleton, William McNeill 12 

I Carleton, Mrs. William McNeill (Geraldine Onslow) 12 

I earring ton, Thomas Spees 49 

I Carrington, Mrs. Thomas Spees (Phebe W. Jacques) 49 

Case, Herbert Edwards Brown 199 

i Case, Mrs. Herbert Edwards Brown (Ada Rogers) 200 

I Case, Lucy Ellen 191 

! Catlin, Ellen Weston °9 

I CEYLON MISSION 115 

I Chambers, Effie Mary °5 

I Chandler, Gertrude Ethel 11^ 

Chandler, Helen Elizabeth 113 

Chandler, Robert Elmer 154 

Chandler, Hrs. Robert Elmer (Helen Davis) i->U 

Chaney, Gertrude 1°7 

Channell, Mary Augusta ^^ 

Channon, Irving Monroe 197 

Channon, Mrs. Irving Monroe (Mary Long Goldsbury) 1V7 

Chapin, Abbie Goodrich 157 

Cheney, Nellie May J^ 

CHINA MISSION, NORTH J^g 

CHINA MISSION, SOUTH 119 

Chittenden, Caroline Elizabeth 131 

Christian, Leonard Jacob 127 

Churchill, David Carroll 1^^ 

Churchill, Mrs. David Carroll (Alice Elizabeth Harding) W 

Churchill, Mrs. David Carroll (A. Eleabor Franzen) 103 

Clark, Alden Kyde 94 

Clark, Mrs. Alden Hyde (Mary Sheafer Whitcomb) i^ 

Clark, Charles Ernest 49 

Claric, Mrs. Charles Ernest (Ina Van Liew Clawson) 4V 

Clark, Cyrus Alonzo 17° 

Clark, Mrs. Cyrus Alonzo (Harriet Mitchell Gulick) i/i 

Clark, Hattie Jj- 

Clark, Martha Johnson ■'•°J 

Clarke, Elizabeth Clapp 39 



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Clarke, Evelyn F. 13 

Clarke, ^innehaha An^^ela • 3I 

Clarke, William Paine 34 

darke Kxs. William Paine (Martha Gislar) 34 

Clowe,' Charles Francis 2d 

Clowe ^i■s. Charles Francis (Mary Louisa Marcellus) 29 

Cobb,*Edward Scribner 181 

Cobb Mrs. Edward Scribner (Florence Brooks) 131 

Coldl Edith 69 

Colton, Harry Alonzo 24 

Colton, Mrs. Harry Alonzo (Gertrude Jacobs) 24 

Conn, Edithe A. I3 

Cooper, William Compton 38 

Cooper, Mrs. William Compton (Eugenia S, Cooper) JB 

Corbett, Hay Nixon I5O 

Corbin, Paul Leaton 142 

Corbin, Mrs. Paul Leaton (Miriam Hannah Locke) 142 

Cowles, George B. 4 

Cowles, Mrs. George B. (Any Bridgman) 4 

Cozad, Gertrude I85 

Cozad, Jane 185 

Crosby, Ella Theodora 200 

Curr, Isabella Hardie II7 

Currie, Walter Thomas 22 

Currie, Mrs. Walter Thomas (Clara Maria Wilkes) 22 

Currie, Mrs. Walter Thomas (Amy Johnston) 22 

Curtis, V/illiam Leavitt I74 

Curtis, Mrs. William Leavitt (Gertrude Benedict) • 175 

Curtis, Mrs. William Leavitt (Grace W. Learned) 175 

Cushman, Unrna. Darling 58 

Daniels, Mary Bryant I87 . 

Davis, Edith I54 

Davis, Francis Ward I6I 

Da-ils, Mjrs. Francis Ward (Lydia C. Lord) I6I 

De Forest, Charlotte Burgis 192 

D« Haan, Aria Benjamin I43 

De Haan, Mrs. Arie Benjamin (Sarah D. Seymour) 143 

Denton, Mary Florence 186 

<J« Regt, William Nelson 98 

Dowey, Diantha Laura 88 

Dcvcy, Helen Louise 84 

Dickson, James Henry 116 

Dickson, Mrs. James Henry (Frances Adelia Hale) 116 

Itodd, William Schauffler 41 

Dodd, Mrs. William Schauffler (Mary Louise Carter) 41 

uomblazer, Irene Lea Wall I34 

Ifervard, James C. 2 

Ibrward, Mrs. James C. (Florence Adelia Hills) 2 

Durminjj;, Mary B. 210 

I^"inin^, Morton Dexter I78 

iXinnint^, Kra. Morton Dexter (Mary Kingsbury Ward) I79 

I>*d.(?ht, Adelaide Susan 6O 

Dysart, John Faden I7 

Dysart, Urs. John (Bertha F. Fox) 17 

Djsart, Mrs. John Paden (A. Mathilde Thorson) 17 



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Eastman, Vinton Powers 

Eastman, Mrs. Vinton Powers (Florence May Cutler) 

Ellis, Ep;bert SrnTth 

Ellis, Einery Ward 

Ellis, Mrs. cinery V.'ard (Minnie Caroline Case) 

Ellis, Mabel Anna 

Ellsworth, Laura 

Elmer, Theodore Alden 

Elmer, Mrs. Theodore Allen (Henrietta Mary Horsley) 

Elwood, Willis Penfield 

ElwDod, Mrs. Willis Penfield (Agnes Antoinette Munro) 

Enrich, Richard Stanley 

Burich, Mrs. Richard Stanley (Jeanette Wallace) 

Biglish, William Fry 

English, Mrs. William Fry (Janet Snith McCrone) 

Ennis, Elizabeth Ruth Logan 

Ennis, Merlin 

Erickson, Charles Telford 

Erickson, Mrs. Charles Telford (Carrie Louise Earl) 

Evans, Hariaiii G-ertrude MacGown 

Ewing, Charles Ed^v'ard 

Ewing, Mrs. Charles Edward (Bessie Goodyear Smith) 

Ewing, Georc;e Henry 

Ewing, Mrs. George Henry (Sarah Holt Porter) 

Fairbank, Edward 

Pairbank, Mrs. Edward (Mary Adelaide Caskey) 

Fairbank, Henry 

Fairbank, Mrs. Henry (Ruby Elizabeth Harding) 

Fairfield, k^ynn Cowan 

Fairfield, Mrs. wynn Cowan (Daisie Pearl Gehman) 

Fay, Louise Babbitt 

Fenenga, Agnes 

Ferguson, Thomas Joseph Smith 

Ferguson, Firs. Ihomas Joseph (Amy Spencer) 

Ferris, Isabella Whiting 

PDOCHOT MBS ION 

Foote, Mary >fyTtle 

Forbes, John James 

Forbes, Mrs. John (Rachel Crawford) 

Foreman, Lucille 

Fo3s, Ida Creesey 

Foss, Walter 

Foss, Mrs. Walter (Anna Bell) 

Foster, George Ingalls 

FowLe, Mary Carolyn 

Fowler, Esther Brigham 

Frame, Murray Scott 

Fraser, Helen Eliza 

Fraaer, Hu^h William 

Fraser, Mrs. Hu^h William (Susan Chubb) 

Fraaer, Katherine Belle 

Frost, Caroline Elizabeth 

Fuller, Columbus C. 

Fuller, Mrs. Columbus C. (Julia B. McKee) 

Funk, Grace Adeline 



US 
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77 
1A8 
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151 

86 

47 

47 
106 
106 

80 

80 

42 

42 

25 

24 

37 

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149 
139 
139 
138 
133 

92 
93 

90 

90 
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31 

87 

48 

48 
209 
122 

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196 
197 

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Gft^'e, France3 Cousens 55 

Salt, Sbner W. 153 

Gait Mrs. ELmer >/. (Altie Maria Cumndngs) 153 

Gait, Howard Spilman 140 

Gait Krs. Howard Spilman (Louise A. West) lAO 

Gardner, George Milton 122 

Gardner, Mrs. Geor?e Milton (Mary J. Dewey) 122 

Gardner, Harold Irving 6? 

Gardner, >5rs. Harold Irving (Qnily Frederika Richter) 6? 

Gates, Edith 101 

Gelnan, Daisie Pearl 16? 

Getchell, Dana King 6l 

Getchell, Mrs. Dana King (Susan Dwight Riggs) 61 

Gile, Ijcdia Ann 5k 

Gile, Madeline 62 

Gin, Almona 1S4 

Gilson, Hannah Juliette 20 

Gleason, Alice 211 

Goddard, Dwight 123 

Goddard, Mrs. Dwight (Frances Eliza Nieberg) 123 

Goldsbury, Jr. James 164 

Goldsbury, Mrs. James (Mary Grace Fisher) 164 

Goodsell, Fred Field 66 

Ck)0dsell, Mrs. Fred Field (Lulu Karolina Service) 66 

Gordon, Annie Eliza 72 

Gordon, Jean P. . 99 

Gould, Annie Allender 157 

Graf, Johanna Louise 86 

C^affam, Mary Louise 58 

Graham, Annie Davis 70 

Graves, Mary Louise 183 

Gray, Thomas 198 

Gray, Mrs. Thomas (Leta Danby (Danley)) 198 

Green, Julia E. 118 

Greene, Frederick Davis 75 

Gr«!one, Mrs. Frederick Davis (Sarah Anna Foster) 75 

Grieve, Louise H. Rainey 96 

Griffiths, Gwen 6l 

GriBell, McFarlane McLaren 87 

Grisvold, Fannie Onsworth 187 

Griswold, Florence E. 54 

GroTer, Dana Irving 182 

GroTer, Mrs. Dana Irving (Charlotte Eleaiwr White) 182 

^>illck, Sidney Lewis 172 

^lick, ^5ra. Sidney Lewis (Cara May Fisher) 173 

Haas, Cyril Herbert 68 

Haas, Hrs. Cyril Herbert (Ruth May Dietz) 69 
H*hn, Theodore Ferdinand ^ 209 

f-Ahn, Mrs. Theodore Ferdinand (Anna Margareta Scheer) 209 

'^11, Alice Underwood 133 

HaU, WiUiara Lafoy l65 

J*U, Mr3. William Lafoy (Lou Alberta Wear) 165 

J-Jilsfly, Charlotte Pay son 59 

J^Allton, Caroline F. 68 

>^A3»ond, Mary Uzzie . 211 



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VArdins, George Winthrop 96 

Hurling* ^^' "^or?® V/inthrop (Bnily Diament Williams) 96 

Hardin?* Mary B allantine 100 

Harlow, Sarah Havens 55 

Karris, David Hutton 2 

Harris Mrs. David Hutton (Eupheraia Shepherd Milne) 2 

Harris, Gertrude 103 

Hirtt, Florence £dith 101 
Han'ood, Alice Eliza . 190 

HA3<ell, Edward Bell 34 

.KasJcell, Mrs. Edward (Martha Huntington Miller) 34 

Haskell, Mrs. Edward (Elizabeth finilie Frohlich) 35 

Kas:<ell, Mary Minerva 39 

J-:aren, V/illiaa 93 

Hizen, Mrs. William (Florence E. Hartt) 93 

H-f-ald, Alice 84 

Haaln^iway, Lydia Esther 201 

H«3dn5>ay, Willoughby Anson 165 

Hesdnrvay, iirs. Willoughby Anson (Mary Williams) 165 

Herrick,' David Scudder 108 

HflrriCK, Mrs. David Scudder (Dency Tiffany Marvin Root) 108 

Hess, Keda 71 

H«wett, linnie De Etta 166 

Hill, Arthur Thompson 188 

Hill, Mrs. Arthur Thompson (Louise Eddy) 189 

Hi man, George Warren 124 

Hinaan, Mxs. George Warren (Kate Rumsey Bailey) 124 

HL-jaan, Susan Fidelite 158 

Hitchcock, William E. 116 

Hitchcock, Mrs. William E. 116 

.Hocking, Julia Clarissa 192 

Hodous, Lewis 124 

}x>dous, Mrs. Lewis (Anna Jelnick) 124 

Hoffaan, Marie Auguste 57 

>x)lbrook, Charles Henry 48 

KoUenbeck, Henry Stanley 27 

Holt, SoDhie Sherman 59 

Korton, Edward Payson 105 

Horton, Mrs. Edward Payson (Gertrude Minnie Sears) 106 

H^lvay, Theodore Thomas 35 

Holw«7, Mrs. Theodore Thomas (Jane Hudson) 35 

Kolvay, }-^s. Theodore Thomas (Charlotte Tickenor) 36 

H:S3 K0N5 MISSION 119 

HooTTjr, Alden Robbins 50 

*«5T«r, Mrs. Alden Robbins (Esther Finger) 50 

R<>rpln, Jessie Rebecca 202 

Housftaan, Kate 9 

'fc'jston, Hattie Abbie 111 

**»^, Ami© Lyon 185 

''•^Tt, Olive Sawyer 192 

Rjfco^r, Flora Krauss 167 

'^■»«, Robert Ernest 95 

Ifea«, Krs. Robert Ernest (Laura Caswell) ' 95 



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Hum's, Ruth Peabody 
■ Ha-rohrey, Robert 

Hur.ohrey, Mrs. Robert (Olive Atwood) 

H-ansberp;er, Byron Keyser 

Hunsberger, Mrs. Bjrron Keyser (Elizabeth Norris Hume) 
HuntinrTton, Elizabeth Bars tow 

Huntington, Theresa Lyman 

Hyde, Edward Everett 

Hyde, Mrs. Edward Everett (Mabel Evelyn Lelleck) 

H^de, Susan Cleveland 



97 

109 

109 

94 

94 

86 

86 

198 

199 

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Ingersoll, Lucy Merrill 

Im^am, James Harry 

In^am, Mrs. James Harry (Sallie Voss) 

Ingram, Mrs. James Harry (>t7rtle B. Prough) 

Irwin, Herbert Moffatt 

Irwin, Mrs. Herbert i-bffatt (Genevieve Du Val) 

Ii^n, I-lary H. 



(Maria E.J, Qieive) 
(Annie E. Fisher) 



(Vida Lowrey) 



Jai^now, Albert Augusts 

Jagnow, Mrs. Albert Auguste 

Jamison, Lewis Henry 

Jvaison, Mrs. Lewis Henry 

JAPAN MISSION 

JAPAN MISSION, NORTHERN 

Jeffery, Fran'<lin Ellsworth 

Jeffery, Mrs. Franklin Ellsworth (J-Iaud Berggrew) 

JiUson, Jeanie Louise 

Johnson, Elizabeth 

Johnson, Obed Simon 

Johnson, Mrs. Obed Simon 

Johnston, Amy 

Jones, Anna Bancroft 

Jones, Laura Nellie 

Joni»s, Nancy 

Judson, Cornelia 

Judson, Sarah Paterson 

Keith, Cora Frances 

Kellogg, Edwin Dwight 

r.allo^y;, Mrs. Edwin Dwight (Alice Rogers Ropes) 

Kendall, Mrs. Eliza CanTield 

Kennedy, Phineas Barber 

Kennedy, Mrs. Phineas Barber (Vilot Russell Bond) 

Kent, Abbie W. 

K«jo3, Mary Elizabeth 

Kin;;, Martha Anne 

Kin?, Thomas 

Jin/, Mrs. Thomas (Es telle Reed) 

Kin:^3ian, Henry 

Klrvxan, Mrs. Henry (Annie Lees) 

Kliinear, Nathan Hardman 

Klnnear, Krs. Nathan Hardman (H. Jennie Filton) 

^mnear, Mrs. Nathan Hardman (Ella Johnson) 

Kifwey, Mary Ella 



201 
U5 
145 
U5 
45 
46 
117 

199 
199 
203 
209 
169 
194 
105 
105 

62 
102 
120 
121 

31 

53 
160 

20 
184 
101 

192 

126 

127 

183 

37 

37 

189 

210 

55 

16 

16 

136 

136 

128 

128 

129 

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Kinney, Rosetta Matthews 
Kirtland, Lizzie Emma 
Knapp, Georse Perkins 
Knapp, Mrs. George Perkins 
KnapD, Oace Higley 
Koemer, Caroline 



(Anna J. Hunt) 



Ladd, Ellen Roper 

Larkin, Ralph Baxter 

Larkin, Mrs. Ralph Baxter (Mary Eleanor McCord) 

Laurenz, Richard C. 

Laurenz, Richard C, Mrs. (Gertrude Anna E. Knierer) 

Lavfrence, William Tilden 

Lawrence, Mrs. William Tilden (Florence Eugenie Drayton 

Henderson) 
Lawson, Harvey Merrill 

Lawson, Mrs. Harvey Merrill (Dedi Sarah Baldwin) 
Lay, Corliss Wilkes 

Lay, Mrs. Corliss Wilkes (Lillian Belle Matthews) 
Leadinghara, John 

Leadingham, Mrs. John (Anna Mayo Rich) 
Leavens, Delia Dickson 
Leavitt, Darwin Ashley 
Lee, Theodore Storrs 
Lee, Mrs. Theodore Storrs 
Lee, Wilberforce 
Lee, Mrs. Wilberforce 
LeRoy, Albert E. 
LeRoy, Mrs. Albert E. 
Little, Alice Cowles 
Logan, Arthur C. 
Logan, Mrs. Arthur C. 
Lombard, Frank A, 
Lombard, Mrs. Frank A. 
Long, Mary Frances 
Longbridge, Stella Nelson 
Lovell, Harriet A. 
Lowrey, Edna 
lowrey, Vida 
layman, Elizabeth Mary 
Lyons, Lucia Edith 



(Hannah Hume) 

(Agnes Alberta Carter) 

(Rhoda Anna Clarke) 

(Alice Price) 
(Alice G. Ward) 



MacCallum, Frederick Williams 
MacCallura, Mrs. Frederick William 
MacLachlan, Alexander 
MacLachlan, Mrs. Alexander 
MARATHA MISSION 
MADURA MISSION 
Harden, Jesse Krikore 
Harden, Mrs. Jesse Krikore 

Martin, Harry Stratton 
Martin, Jjrsr Harry St rat ton 



(Henrietta Mima Reid) 
(Rose Hooper Blackler) 

(Lucy H. Morley) 
(Rose Lombard) 



202 
53 
76 
76 

85 
131 

85 
78 
78 
21 

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18 

19 

92 

92 

91 

91 
216 
216 
151 

67 

91 

91 

23 

23 
6 
6 
201 
204 
204 
180 
180 
211 

59 

71 
120 
121 

98 
150 

48,65,76 
77 
63 
64 
90 
105 
51 
51 

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(Mary Isabel Cameron) 



Martin, John Canrobell 

Martin, Mrs. John CamDbell 

Massey, Alfred Yale 

Massey, Mrs. Alfred Yale (Ella Mary Amoldi) 

Mateer, John Lowrie 

Hateer, Mrs. John Lowrie (i^ry La Rhue Sellers) 

Mathews, 3urlin?^ton Voorhees 

Mathews, Mrs. Burlins^ton Voorhees (L. Pearl Caroll) 

Matthews, Mary Louisa 

Matthews, Octavia Whiting 

Maxwell, Charles H. 

Maxwell, Mrs. Charles H. (Katherine Maria Sullivan) 

Maynard, Harrison Albert 

Maynard, Mrs. Harrison Albert (fiary SLizabeth White) 

McBride, Arthur Andrews 

McBride, Mrs. Arthur Andrews (Elizabeth A. Vile 3) , 

McBSride, Franklin Elmore 

McBride, Mrs. Franklin Elmore (Julia Lillian Wheeler) 

Mctendlish, Cora 

McCann, James Hanilton 

McCann, Mrs. James Hanilton (Netta Mary King) 

McGonnaughey, Grace Elizabeth 

McCord, James B. 

McOsrd, Mrs. James B. (Margaret Caroline Lucy Mellen) 

McConnack, Mary Elizabeth 

McCullough, Robert 

McLaren, Grisell McFarlane 

Mcljennan, Ida 

McJfeihon, Annie 

Mcfeughton, James 

Mc^laughton, Mrs. James 

Mead, Lucy Irene 

Mead, Willis V/aldo 

Mead, Mrs. Willis Waldo (Harriet Newill Childs) 

Meebold, Agnes Julia 

Mellen, Laura I-bntague 

Mellinger, Ida 

Melville, Helen Jane 

MelTille, Margaret Walker 

Merrill, John Ernest 

Merrill, Mrs. John Ernest (Isabella Bliss Trowbridge) 

Meyer, Mathilde 

MEXICO MISSION, NORTHERN 

MICaONESIA MISSION 

M i lla rd, Anna Lane 

Miller, Isabella Maria 

Miller, Janette Estelle 

Miller, John X. 

Miller, Mrs. John X. (Margaret Jane Young) 

Mills, Minnie B. 

Miner, Luella 

Morley, Lucy Harriett 



(Rebecca Cladding Jillson) 



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30 

30 

158 

158 

111 

111 

38 

212 

6 

7 

81 

81 

102 

102 

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146 

191 

159 

159 

167 

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42 

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63 
63 

134 

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31 

32 

65 

65 

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207 

196 

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28 

110 

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Morrill, Mary Susan 156 

Korrisoa, May 214 

>fc>ulton, Kary Stta 100 

Kulliken, Ruth Ethel 121 

Hjrers, ttatherine Lu fina 117,120 

Nason, Cora Addi© 56 

Neiop, Henri Alfred 25 

Neiop, Mrs. Henrv Alfred (Friedericka Louise Joseohine 

Heinrich) 25 

Kelson, Charles Adolpus 119 

Nelson, Mrs. Charles Adolpus (Jeanette May KLraore) 119 

Kewell, George Merriam 126 

Newell, Krs. George Merriam (Mary Reynolds) 126 

Newell, Horatio Bannister *■ 171 

Newell, Mrs. Horatio Bannister (Jennie Cozad) 172 

Nieberf;, Frances Sliza 131 
Norton, Harriet Conant 74 

Norton, Susan Reid 88 

Nqyes, Bessie Brovming . 113 

No yes, Maiy Tucker , 112 

Noyes, William Horace 176 

Noyes, Mrs. William Horace (Inez Curl) 177 
Nugent, Isabella 99 

Nuttin?, Maria G-ilman 84 

Olds, Charles Bumell 179 

Olds, Urs, Charles Burnell (Genevieve W. Davis) 180 

Olds, Otis Calvin 207 

Olds, Mrs. Otis Calvin (Helen Sue Bush) 207 

Olds, I-fra. Otis Calvin (Helen Cattell) 208 

Olin, Jennie 203 
Olmstead, Susan Hawley 53 

Onslow-Carleton, William McNeill 12 

Omer, Arthur Jerome 9>19 

Omer, Mrs. Arthur Jerome (Dorothy £. Hack) 19 

Osborne, Harriet Leah 133 
Ostrandsr, Leroy Farrin^ton 36 

Oatrander, Mrs. Leroy Farrington (Mary Louise Roys) 36 

Orvis, Susan Wealthy 60 

Pa<:e, Mary Lyon 213 

Parker, Harriett Eliza 113 

Parker, Lydia Gertrude 113 
Partridge, Ernest Croker 44 

Partridge, Mary Louise 167 

Patterson, Frances Bates 159 

Payne, Jessie S. 160 

Peacock, Merrill Ambrose 101 

Peacock, Mrs. Merrill Ambrose (Nellie Laura Preslar) 101 
P«ck, Sara Louise 69 

PMley, HUton 173 

Pthiley, Krs. Hilton (Elizabeth Anne Staples) 174 

P^dley, Mrs. Hilton (Martha Johnson Clarkj 174 



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Pee t, I^7alan Plimpton ,„ ,. ^ ■ \ }ll 

Peet Krs. Lyman Plimoton (Caroline KoemerJ l^'i 

Perkins, Elizabeth Sarah 134 

Perkins, I-iary Rogers 11^ 

Phelps, Isabelle 152 

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 205 

Pitkin, Horace Tracy 1^7 

Pitkin Mrs. Horace Tracy (Letitia Elizabeth Ihomas; 1A8 

Pixley,' Kartha H. 10 

Piatt, 3nily Clarbel 5^ 

Piatt, Miriam Vedder 87 

Pohl, Use (Elizabeth) Charlotte 56- 

Poole, rferia Brooks ^ 

Poole, iSary If* 

Porter, John Solomon '^J 

Porter, Mrs. John Solornon (Lizzie Lucretia Colver) 215 

Porter, Lucius Chapin 1A9 

Porter, Mrs. Lucius Chapin (Lillian Lee Dudley) 150 

Post, Wilfred McILvaine 50 

Post, Mrs. V/ilfred McILvaine (Annie Gardner Stabb) 50 

Powers, Lawrence Clement lH 

Prescott, Nellie Olivia 210 

Preston, Abi Lucette 82 

Price, Charles Wesley l6l 

Price, Krs. Charles Wesley. (Eva Jane Keasey) l6l 

Pye, Watts Orson 163 

Quickenden, Catherine Sarah llA 

Radford, Mary 187 

Ransom, Charles N. 3 

Ransom, Mrs. Charles N. (Susan Howard Calhoun) 3 

Read, Francis Winter 24 

Real, Mrs. Francis V«'inter (Annie Williams) 24 

Redick, Emma Cecelia 32 

Reed, Bertha Prichard -. 160 

Rice, Nina Ellen 60 

Richards, Kelina Ann Judson 182 

Richardson, David Alpheus 75 

Richardson, Mrs. David A^lpheus (l^a Elizabeth Newton) 75 

Richniond, Clara Childs 62 

Richter, Emily Frederika 74 

Rife, Clinton Francis 200 

Rife, Krs. Clinton Francis (Isadora Rote) 200 

Rl^s, Charles Trowbridge 44 

Ri!^?s, Krs. Charles Trowbridge (Mary Rendle Steele) 44 

RlTgs, Ernest Wilson 81 

Ri-:p:s, Krs. Ernest Wilson (Alice Claudia Shepard) 82 

Ris^gs, Henry Harrison 45 

Slggs, Mrs. Henry Harrison (Annie Caroline Tracy) 45 

Ri-^gs, Krs. Henry Harrison (anma Bamum) 45 

Rlggs, Mary West 59 

^Z&^, Susan Dwight 55 



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Rosers 



Daniel Miner 



Rocers, Mrs. Daniel Miner (May Phelps Christie ) 



Rogers, 



fimna Gertrude 



(Mary E. MacCalluai) 
(Alnona GiU) 

(Katharine Chase Pratt) 



Root, Dency Tiffany Marvin 

Root, Helen Isabel 

Root, Mary Metcalfe 
^/Russell, Nellie Naomi 
/Rowland, George Miller 
vkowland, Mrs. George Miller (Helen Annette Goodrich) 

Samson, Ella 

S^NDWICH ISLANDS 

Saunders, Isabel 

Scott, Thomas Beckett 

Scott, Mrs. Thomas Beckett 

Severance, Claude Milton 

Severance, Mrs. Claude Milton 

Sewny, Mrs. Lillian F. Cole 

SHAIJSS MISSION 

Shapleigh, Alfred Lindsay 

Shapleigh, Mrs. Alfred Lindsay 

Sheffield, Mary KLizabeth 

Sheldon, Marion Evarts 

Shepard, Fred Douglas 

Shepard, Mrs. Fred Douglas (Fanny Perkins Andrews) 

Sibley, Charles Thomas 

Sibley, Mrs. Charles Thomas (Annie Elizabeth Short) 

Sibley, James Willie 

Siebert, Alice Qnma 

Silliman, Caroline 

Saith, Bertha 

Ssiith, Edward Hunting 

Saiith, Mrs. Edward Hunting (Grace Wilbur Thomas) 

Soiith, Emily D, 

Smith, Ida Victoria 

Saith, Jane Caroline 

Saith, Laura Clarissa 

Saith, Sarah Louise 

Snelling, Alfred 

Snelling, Mrs. Alfred (Elizabeth Miaria Weymer) 

SPAIN, MISSION TO 

Stanford, Arthur Willis 

Stanford, Mrs. Arthur Willis (Jane H. Pearson) 

Stanley, Charles Alfred^Jr. 

Stanley, Mrs. Charles .^^Itid, Jr. (Louise Claire Hathaway) 

Stanley, Gertrude Williams 

Stanley, Mary Edith 

Stapleton, Robert 

Stapleton, Vjrs. Robert (Ida M. SaLmond) 

Staub, Albert William 

SUub, Mrs. Albert William (Jane Frederica Mcintosh) 

St«Ue, VJilliam Bergen 

Stolle, Mrs. V/illiaxi Bergen (Mary Elizabeth Sheffield) 



66 
67 

89 
112 
118 
112 
156 
169 
169 

113 

216 

56 

116 

117 

175 

176 

61 

161 

146 

147 

159 

51 

68 

68 

205 

205 

90 

12 

89 

53 

125 

125 

130 

187 

52 

11 

201 

196 

196 

213 

170 

170 

Ul 

142 

157 

156 

78 

79 

163 

163 

UO 

141 



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Stephenson, Mary Eleanor 

Stewart, Nina Claire 

Stick, Henry Augustus 

Stick, Mrs. Henry Augustus (Bertha E. Hasenpflug) 

Stillson, Alice Fidelia 

Stimpson, Sarah L. 

Stimson, Martin Luther 

Stimson, Mrs. Martin Luther (Dnily Brooks Hall) 

Stockbridge, Annie 

Stone, Cora Augusta 

Storrs, Charles Lysander 

Stover, Helen Hurlburt 

Stowe, Grace Hannah 

Stowe, Mary Elizabeth 

Stryker, Minnie 

Swartz, ELectra Pauline 

Swenson, Agnes Elvira 



(Katherine Mary Guernsey) 
(Lillian L. Brigham) 

(G^ace Holbrook) 
(Mary Elizabeth McCormack) 



Tallman, Susan Barbara 

Taylor, James Dexter 

Taylor, Mrs. James Dexter 

Taylor, John Richard 

Taylor, Mrs. John Richard 

Telford, Caroline M. 

Tewksbury, Elwood Gardner 

Tewksbury, Mrs. Elwood Gardner 

Thompson, William Lamarcus 

■niompson, Mrs. William Lamarcus 

Tbrrey, Elizabeth 

Tracy, Charles Kellogg 

Tracy, Mrs. Charles Kellogg (May Belle Sherman) 

Treiber, Daniel J. 

Treiber, Mrs. Daniel J. (Rose Ellen Standish) 

Trowbridge, Elizabeth Martha 

Trowbridge, Isabelle Bliss 

Trowbridge, Stephen van Reneselaer 

Trowbridge, Mrs. Stephen van Reneselaer (Blanche Louise Horton 

IVicker, Francis Fisher 

Tucker, Mrs. Francis Fisher (E>Bma Jane Boose) 

TURKEY MISSION, CENTRAL 

TURKEY MISSION, EASTERN 

TURKEY MISSION, EUROPEAN 

TURKEY MISSION, WESTERN 

Underwood, Herbert Lyman 

Underwood, Mrs. Herbert Lyman (Dora E. Judson) 

Usher, Clarence Douglas 

Usher, Mrs. Clarence Douglas (Elizabeth Freeman Barrows) 



-r-. I 



Van Allen, Frank 

Van Allen, Mrs. Frank 



(Harriett Adelia Gurnee) 



97 

190 

13 

13 

10 

32 

198 

193 

100 

188 

125 

27 

192 

192 

130 

191 

72 

144 
5 
6 

119 

119 

189 

137 

137 

18 

18 

189 

47 

47 

196 

196 

71 

72 

65 

66 

143 

144 

63 

75 

34 

41 

82 
83 
82 
82 

104 
104 



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Vanderslice, Mary Es telle 150 

^au^han, Charles Stanley 107 

Vaughan, Mrs. Charles Stanley (Martha Ella Vaughan) 107 

VTU^han, I-Irs. Charles Stanley (Harriet Parker) 107 

Vaui^han, Olive Mary _ 73 

Vetter, Anna Maria 166 

Viles, Elizabeth Hubbard 102 

Wa;^er, Edward R. ' 146 

Wa^er, i"Irs. Edward R. )f>^tle Celia Hudson) 146 

Vainer, Horace lyson 208 

Waf^ier, Mrs. Horace Tyson (Fidelia May McCord) 208 

Vainwrif^ht, Mary Ellen 183 

Walker, >Srs. Amanda Laughlin (Andrews) 194 

Walker, Josenhine G. 132 

Wallace, Willia-n Wood 108 

Wallace, Mrs. Willian Wood (Genevieve Ihekla Sanford) 108 

Waoles, Frank Ale worth 147 

Waples, Mrs. Frank Aleworth (Cora Isabella Riggs) 147 

Ward, Edwin St. John 83 

Ward, Mrs. Edwin St. John (Charlotte Edwards Allen) 84 

Ward, Elizabeth 194 

Ward, Mary Elizabeth 53 

Ward, Ruth Porter 134 

Warren, Charles McLean 181 

Warren, Mirs. Charles McLean (Cora Frances Keith) 181 

Watson, Percy Theodore 166 

Watson, Mrs. Percy Theodore (Clara Burleigh French) 166 

Webb, Anna Foote 213 

Webb, Elizabeth Stevens 69 

Webb, Mary Grimsby 70 

Webster, Ardell Henry 28 

Webster, firs. A'ciell Henry (Marion Murchie) 28 

Wellman, Frederich Grei^hton 29 

WoUnan, Mrs. Frederich Creighton (lydia Jeanette Isely) 30 

WeUs, Helen Lucy 52 

Walls, Marion Parker 204 

Welpton, Cora 1-iay 73 

Westervelt, Williaa Drake 2l6 

W«stervelt, Mrs. William Drake (Louisa Clark) 216 

White, Florence 185,210 

■''hlte, Frank Newhall l69 

■■^.lte, Mrs. Frank Newhall (Jennie Allen) 170 

"iihite, George Edward 42 

Vhlte, Mrs. George Edward (Ssthsr Burrill Robbins) 43 

^'Mte, Schuyler SaniDSon 176 

•hite, Mrs. Schuyler Sampson (Ida McLennan) 176 

Wilcox, Gertrude toy - 191 

Vllder, Geor<^e Durand 138 

J'il^-er, Mrs. George Durand (Gertmde Williams Stanley) 139 

•iley, Martha 132 

Wilkinson, Elizabeth 190 

Vlllard, Charlotte Richards 57 



Tcn. 



Williams, George Louis 3^62 

Williams, Mr?. Georn;e Louis ( Mary Alice Moon) 162 

■rfilliama, Henrietta Blodgett . 15y 

Wilson, Bertha gg 

Wilson, Louise Eliza 202 

Winchester, Alexander Brown I36 

Winchester, Mrs. Alexander Brovm (EuDhemia Jane Douglas) 13 6 

Win^ate, Henry Knowles /^3 

Win'^ate, Mrs. Henry Knowles (Jane Caroline Smith) /j^ 

Win-^er, Helen 214 

Winter, Julia Flora 20 

Wbodside, Thomas Washington 22 

Wbodside, Mrs. Thomas /.'ashington (Erana Grace Dreisbach) 23 

Wbrthley, Evelyn .'-l. I33 

'.fright, Alfred Clarence 207 

Wright, Mrs. Alfred Clarence (Annie Curtis Olds) 20? 

Wright, George Washington 107 

Wyckoff, Ellen Gertrude ' 2.5k 

Wyckoff, Helen Grace 2.55 

Yarrow, Ernest Albert gg 

Yarrow, Mrs. Ernest Albert (l-Iartha Jane Tuckley) 80 

Youn?, Annie jjn 

Yo\mg, Charles V/hittier y ^ ^^ 

Young, Mrs. Charles './hittier (Olivia Doyle) 144 

ZULU MISSION 2 

Zimmer, Johanna 53 

Zumbro, William I-iichael IO9 

Zumbro, Mrs. William Michael (Harriet Stuart Pfyde) HO 



ZULU MISSION 

David Button Harris, b. Cliesh, Kinross-shiro, Scotland, April 10, 1854: 
prof, relig. Imerkerthing, 1875: Studied Harley Coll. London: grad. 1884 
Glaegon Coll., Scotland: ord. Durban, Natal, June 14, 188?: Via. Scotland 
in 1896 returning to Natal, July 6, 1897: five days after his arrival he 
was drowned while bathing at the mouth of the UmkOmazi River, Natal July 
11, 1897. 

Mrs. Harris. (Euphemia Shepherd Milne) b. IXindee, Scotland, June 23, 1852: 
prof, relig. 1870: studied in Newport Parish School: mar. Nov. 14, 1884: 
Vis. Scotland in 1896, returning to Natal July 6, 1897. 

James Cheyne Dorvrard, b. Mantrose, Forforshire, Scotland, Dec. 12, 1859: 
prof, relig. Edinburgh, Scotland, Aug. 3, 1879: studied Watt Inst, and 
School of Arts: grad. Pacific Theol. Sem., May 1889: ord, San Francisco, 
Aug. 7, 1889: emb. Boston, Jan. 27, 1890: arr. Durban, Mar. 3,1890. Vis. 
U.S. arr. N.Y. Aug. 7, 1899: re-emb. N.Y. May 18, 1900: arr. Durban, Aug. 
1. retumedto U.S. arr. Boston, Sept. 23, 1906. Released Nov. 20, 1906. 
Died Jan. 23, 1939, at So. Windham, Conn. 

Mrs. Dorward :( Florence Adella Hills) b. Buckingham, Hartford Co. Ct., Aug. 

28, 1861: prof, relig. Buckingham, 1880: studied at Cloverack Coll: mar. 

Buckingham, Jan. 15, 1890: emb. Boston, Jan. 27, 1890j arr. Durban, Mar. 

3, 1890: vis. U.S. arr. New York, June - 1895: re-emb. Nov. 11, '96: arr. 
Durban, Dec. 29, '96. Returned to U.S. arr. Boston, Sept. 23, 1906. 
Released Nov. 20, 1906. Died in Springfield, Mass. July 14, 1943. 



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ZULU MISSION 

F rancis William Bates, transferred to this mission from E. Cent. Africa 

August 1890. See East Central Africa. Vis. U.S. arr. N.r. Dec. 8,1894: 

transferred to E.Cent, Af, mission 1893: vis. U.S. arr. Boston, Sept. 30, 
1904;relea8ed Sept. 5, 1905. 

Mrs. Bates (Laura Charlotte Herrick) transferred to this Mission from E. 
Cent'l. Africa Aug. 1890. See East Central Africa. Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, 
June 4, 1893. Vis. U.S. arr. Boston Sept. 31, 1904. Released Sept. 5, 1905. 

Charles Nevrton Ransom , b. Colchester, New London Co. Conn, Nov. 13, 1857: 
prof, Relig. Colchester, 1866: studied Bacon Academy: grad. Yale Coll. 
1880: Chicago Theol. Sera. 1889: ord. Colchester, Jan. 17, 1889: emb. 
Boston, Sept. 6, 1890: Arr. Durban, Oct. 25, '90: Vis, U.S. arr. N.T. 
June 11, 1901, re-emb. Boston, April 7, 1903: Vis. U.S. arr, Boston, 
June 14, 1912; re-emb. New Orleans, La., Jan. 8, 1918. Arr. Durban, Feb. 
6, 1918, Arr, Home, May 26, 1925. Retired, Died Sept. 10,1933 at 
Auburndale, Mass. 

Mrs. Ransom (Susan Howard Calhoun), dau. of Dr. Simeon H. Calhoun, 
missionary to Syria from 1349 to 1876: b. Abeih, Mt. Lebanon, Syria, 
May 4, 1859: prof, relig. Clinton, N.Y. May 1876: Studied Houghton Sem. 
Clinton, N.Y. & Glen Sem., Williamstown, Mass.: engaged for 6 yrs. in for. 
miss'y work in Syria, under the Presb. Board, and later in City mission 
work in Detroit: mar. South Bristol, Me., Aug. 21, 1890: emb. Boston, 
Sept. 6, 1890: arr. Durban, Oct. 25, '90: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. June 11, 
1901. re-emb. Boston, April 7, 1903. Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, June 14, 1912. 
re-emb. New Orleans, La., Jan. 8, 1918; arr. Durban Feb. 6, 1918. Arr. 
home May 26, 1925, Retired. Died April 26, 1937 at Walker Miss'y. Home 
Auburndale, Mass, 



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Geor;;e B. Cowles. Jr. b. Yonkers, N.Y. Nov. 11, 1862. prof, relig. 1877: 
grad. International Y.M.C.A. Training School: for some time Gen. Sec. of 
Somervllle Y.M.C.A.: emb. N.Y. Apr. 2, 1893: arr. Amanzimtote June 
'93. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Aug. 30, 1902: re-emb. Boston, Oct. 12, 1904. 
While in America Mr. Cowles vras ordained at New Britain, Conn. Oct. 5,1904: 
Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. June 9, 1911. Re-emb. Providence, R.I. Dec. 8, 1915. 
Arr'd. home June 8, 1923, sailed May 6, 1925. Died at Durban, Matal, Aug. 
21, 1929. See Miss. Her. October 1929, p. 399. 

Mrs. Cowles (Amy Bridgman) dau. of Rev. H.M. Bridgman: b, Ubzumbe, Natal, 
1866. prof, relig. Umzumbe 1881: grad. Oberlin College: Mar. Jan. 27,1892, 
New Britain, Conn.: emb. N.Y. Apr. 2, 1893J arr. Amanzimtote, June, 1893. 
Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Aug. 30, 1902, re-amb. Boston Oct. 12, 1904: Vis. U.S. 
arr. N.Y. June 9, 1911. Re-emb. Providence, R.I. Dec. 8, 1915; arr. 
home June 8, 1923; Sailed May 6, 1925; arr. home Dec. 12, 1929. Retired 
1930. Died on November 27, 1948 in Claremont, California. See card. 

Fred Robert Bunker, Transferred from East Central Africa (see East Central 
Africa) vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Nov. 1, 1900; re-emb. Boston, May 7, 1902: vis. 
U.S. arr. N.Y. Nov. 1, 1907, released Feb. 25, 1908. Returned to the 
mission for a three year term of service, anb. Boston, Jan. 11, 1911. Mar. 
11, 1913 Re-apptd. miss'y of Board, vis. U.S. arrived San Francisco, Dec. 
14, 1916. Died Sept. 4, 1946, Lancaster, N.H. (see card). 

Mrs. Bunker (Belle Heled Richards) Transferred from East Central Africs 
(see East Central Africa) vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Nov. 1, 1900. re-emb. Boston 
May 7, 1902. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Nov. 1, 1907. released Feb. 25, 1908. 
Re-appt'd. miss'y. Mar. 11, 1913 - re-embarked Boston, July 12, 1913. Vis. 
U.S. arr. San Francisco, Dec. 14, 1917. 



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Frederick Bratnerd Brld/^nan, son of Rev. Henrj M. Bridgman, formerly of 
this mission, b. Imfumi, Natal, May 18, 1869: prof, relig. New Britain, 
Conn., Jan. 1885: grad. Oberlin College 1893, Chicago Iheol. Sera. 1896: 
ord. Spring Valley, Wis. Dec. U, 1896: emb. N.r. Sept. 25, 1897: arr. 
Durban, Nov. 4, '97. Vis. U.S. arr. New loric, Sep. 1905. re-emb. San 
Francisco Nov. 20, 1906, returning by way of Japan. Vis. U.S. arr. Boston 
Oct. 22, 1915. Re-emb. San Francisco, Jan. 17, 1917 - returning by way of 
Japan: Arr. Johannesburg, May 3, 1917. Vis. U.S. arrived Oct. 16, 192A. 
Died on Aug. 23) 1925 in the hospital at Portland, Me. as the result of an 
operation for appendicitiJ-3» See Miss'y. Herald 1925 - page 463, 

Mr8. Brid^man (Clara Strong Davis) dau. of Rev. Jerome D. Davis of the 
Japan Mission: b. Kobe, Japan, Feb. 10, 1872: prof, relig, Japan, March 
1885: studied at Oberlin Academy and College: mar. Elgin, HI. Sept. 8, 
1896: emb. N.T. Sept. 25, 1897. arr. Durban Nov. 4, 1897. Vis. U.S. arr. 
N.Y. Jan. 21, 1905. re-emb. San Francisco, Nov. 20, 1906. Vis. U.S. arr. 
Boston October 22, 1915. Re-emb. San Francisco, Jan'y. 17, 1917. Arr. 
Joburg, May 3, 1917. Mrs. Bridgman died in Auburndale, Mass. on Julj 9, 
1956. See card. 

James Dexter Taylor, b. Waltham, Middlesex Co, Mass, Jan. 27, 1876. prof, 
relig. Old So. Presb.Ch. Newburyport, Mass. June 1887: Grad, Amherst Coll. 
1896, Auburn Sem, 1899} ord. Newburyport, Mass. June 19, 1899, emb. Boston, 
October 11, 1899. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y., Oct, 16, 1907: re-emb. Boston, y^y 
18, 1909. Vis. U.S. arr. San "'Francisco, October 11, 1917. Sailed Dec. 19. 
ar. field Mar. 20. Left Apr. '26. Sailed June '27, Ard. Aug. '27. Died at 
the Voll Nursing Home, Newton, Mass. on February 11, 1959. See card. 



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ZULU MISSIOfJ 

Mrs. Taylor (Katherine Mary Guernsey) b. Springfield, Hampden Co. Mass. 
December 23, 1872: prof, relig. 1885 Amherst, Mass.; studied in coranon 
schools: mar. Amherst, Mass. Sept. 6, 1S99J erab. Boston, Oct. 11, 1899. 
▼Is. U.S. arr. N.Y. Oct. 16, 1907. re-emb. Boston, May 18, 1909. Vis. 
U.S. Arr. San Francisco, Oct. 11, 1917. Died at Chetwynde Nursing Home, 
W. Newton, Mass. Sept. 19, 1957. See card. 

Albert Emile Le Roy , b. Petrolia, Pa. April 28, 1873: united with Bull 

Creek Presb. Ch. 1890: Grad. Wabash College, 1897: studied in Western 

Tbeol. Sem, one year. Auburn one-half year,Oberlin, one and one half years: 

ord. Oberlin, June 1901: emb. N.Y. Aug. 7, 1901: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Aug. 

18, 1909. re-emb. Boston May 2, 1911. Arr. home April 21, 1919; sailed 

Aug. 14, 1920, Arr. home Sept. 15, 1926. L.H.D. 1932 - Wabash Col. Are 

now in the U.S. and are superintendents of the Walker Missionary Home. Died 
at Bradenton, Florida on April 4, I960. See card. 

Ifrs. Le Roy (Rhoda Anna Clarke, b. Cherokee, Cherokee Co. Iowa, Dec, 3, 
1873: United with Candor Cong'l Ch. 1335: studied in Owego Acad, and 
Cberlin College, mar. Oberlin, May 10, 1901: emb. N.Y. Aug. 7, 1901: vis. 
U.S. arr. N.Y. Aug. 13, 1909: re-erab. Boston May 2, 1911. Arr. home Apr. 
21, 1919; sailed, Aug. 14, 1920; Arr. home Sept. 15, 1926. Died at 
Biradenton, Florida (near Manatee, Fla.) on July 6, 1959. See csird. 

Charles Henry Majcwell, b. Dawson, Minn, Jan. 29, 1876: united with the 
Cong'l. Church at Dawson in 1890: grad. Carleton College 1900, Hartford 
Iheol. Sem, 1903: ord. Itinneapolis, Minn, June 5, 1903: for three years 
pastor of the Linden Hill church Minneapolis: em, Boston, April 18, 1906: 
ins. U.S. arr. Boston, Aug. 27, 1913. re-emb. N.Y. Oct. 27, 19U. 



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Stationed at Adams, 1906-07; Esidumbini, 1907-1913; Beira 1915, (Studied 

1 languaga at Lisbon Nov. '14 to Apr.»15) Died Aug. 23, 1917, at Durban, 
So. Africa. See Miss. Herald Oct. 1917, p. 459. 

Mrs. Maxwell (Katherine Maria Sullivan) b. Minneapolis, Minn, Sept. 1, 
1878s confirmed in the Romsm Catholic church at the age of seven, later 
united with the Linden Hill Ch. Minneapolis: studied in Holy Angels Acad. 
& School of Business, Minneapolis; mar, Minneapolis, Jan. 3, 1906: emb, 
Boston, April 18, 1906. Vis. U.S. Arr. Boston, Aug. 27, 1913; re-cmb.N.Y. 
Oct.27, 1914 - Sailed Oct. 22 '27. Began third term Nov. 16, 1927. Died 
in Seattle, Wash, on March 10, 1959. See card. 

Missionary Physicians 

Burt Nichols Brid^^nan, son of Rev. H.M. Bridgtaan for many years a member of 

this mission; b. Natal, So. Africa, Dec. 31, 1863? (Amherst records 1864) 

prof, relig. St.Johnsbury, Vt. 1880: prepared for college in St. Johns bury 

Acad., Vt. : grad. Amherst Coll. 1885: grad. Univ. Med. Coll. of N.Y. 1889: 

emb.N.Y. May 4, 1892: arr. Durban, June 26, 1892. Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, 

Oct. 15, 1898: Released Aug. 15, 1899. 1910 living in Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Ret'd to South Africa, remarried, and settled there. Married Susan S, Johnson, 

a nurse, on Feb. 19, 1921 in Pretoria (Transvaal). Home:"Okalweni", 

Kenterton, Natal. Passed away at Kenterton, So. Africa May 3, 1951« Obit. 
notice in June 25, 1951 issue of ADVANCE p. 28. 

Mrs. BridPTnan (Esther Hester McConnell) b. (Hen Gardner, N.J. June 7, 

1863: prof, relig. Bidwell Lane, N.I. 1887: grad. Post-Graduate Training 
Sch. for Nurses, New Yoric, May 1891: mar. Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y. Mar. 29, 
1892: emb. N.Y. May 4, 1892: arr. Durban, June 26, 1892: vis. U.S. arr. 



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Boston, Oct. 15, 1898: Released Aug. 15, 189-9. Diedt at Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. Nov. 1915. 



James Bennett McCord. b. Ibulon, Stark Co. ni. ^^^3. supplied by 



relig. Western Sprin^^s, 111, 1883: grad. Oberli Dr. Ross ^Shield "^ -• 

-J-6^Laiamil4:oiu-atDeet_(4;i50&X____ 
Med. College, 1894: emb. Boston, Oct. 11, 1899. Pretoria 0083 - - - ■ 




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Mrs. McCord (Ifergaret Caroline Lucy Meixen; actu. u^ 
Umsoonduzi, Natal, Nov. 9, 1870: prof, relig. Oberlin, 1883: studied 
Oberlin Acad, and College: mar. Oberlin, Aug. 14, 1395 J emb. Boston 
Oct. 11, 1899. vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Dec. 9, 1909: re-emb. N.Y. Jan. 28, 
1911. Died at her home in Oakham, Mass. on May 31, 1961. See card. 

Walter Foss . b. Toronto, Canada, Sept. 28, 1877: united with Presb. 
Ch. in Canada 1391: grad. Manitoba College, Winnepeg 1905, and Auburn 
Theol, Sem. 13QI&; \ ord. Syracuse, N.Y. Sept. 14, 1908: emb. N.Y. Sept. 
19, 1908: vis. U.S. air. Boston, July 21, 1910. Resigned in 1910. 
Engaged for 5 yr. term service Feb. 27, 1912. Re-emb. N.Y. May 25,1912. 
Returned to U.S. arr. Baltimore, Md., Dec. 15, 1915. 

?frs. Foss . (Anna Bell) b. Newton Stewart, Wigtonshire, Scotland, July 
13, 1890: united with Presb. Church June 1899: studied in Collegiate 
i^d Model School, Tbronto Junction and Normal School, Ibronto: mar. 



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Toronto Junction, Aug. 14, 1907: emb. N.Y. Sept. 19, 1908: vis. U.S. 
arr. Boston, July 21, 1910; Resigned in 1910, Re-emb. with Mr. Foss, 
N.T. May 25, 1912. Rat. to U.S. arr. Dec. 15, 1915. 

East Africa 

Arthur Jerome Orner ; b. Port Jervis, N.T. March 14, 1888: united vdth 
Temple Baptist Church, Philadelphia, Feb. 1904: studied at Northeast 
Manual Training School, Philadelphia: erab. N.Y. Apr. 14, 1909: returned to 
U.S. arr. New York, Sept. 24, 1914; re-emb. N.Y. Sept. 30, 1915; arr. at 
Mt.Silinda Dec. 6, 1915. Left Nov. 2, »20. arr. Mar. 17, '21. Sailed Jul. 
22, '22. Arr. Sept. 8, '22. Left Jul. 19, '27. Sailed Sept. U, '29. Arr. 
Nov. 23 '29. Died at Mt. Silinda, May 23, 1953. See card. 

Mrs. Orner (Dorothy E. Hack) b. Cape Colony, So. Africa, Oct. 29, 1890; 
studied Grahamstown Training College; appted missy on the field Oct. 29, 
1912; mar. Dec. 18, 1912; Came to U.S. arr. N.Y. Sept. 24, 1914; emb. N.Y. 
Sept. 30, 1915. arr. at Mt.Silinda, Dec. 6, 1915. Before her marriage 
she taught in the bovt. school for white children in Mt.Silinda, 

Assistant Missionaries 

Kate Houseman, b. Kansas, Leneca Co., 0., Feb. 1, 1852: prof, relig. 
about 1866: studied Oberlin College.: emb. Boston July 29, 1836. released 
Dec. 6, 1392, 

Annie McMahon. b. Sept. 23, 1859: prof, of relig. Hudson, N.Y. 

1882: studied in conmon schools Hudson: emb. New York, Mar. 26, 1887: arr. 



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Durban, Ma7 11, 1887: returned to U.S. arr. New York, June 18, 1889: 
released, July 9, 1889. Married Mr. Henry Leyman and resided at East- 
hampton, Mass. vrtiere she died Dec. 29, 1898. 

Martha Hannah Pixley , dau. of Rev. S.C. Pixley,for many years missionary 
of the Board in So. Africa, b. Natal, So. Africa, May 23, 1863: prof, 
relig. Auburndale, Mass. 1878: grad. Mt.ifolToke 1886: emb. N.Y. June 1, 
1889: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 17, 1899: re-emb. Boston, Oct. 21, '99j 
Tls. U.S. arr. N.Y. Apr. 13, 1911. Died June 1, 1912 at Banning, Calif. 
See Herald June, 1912. p. 302. 

Mary Elizabeth McCormaek. b. McQueen, Kane Co., HI., Mar. 30, 1862: 
prof, relig. Presb. Ch. McQueen, 111. 1872; studied Elgin Acad. & 
Oberlin Coll.: emb. N.Y. June 1, 1889: arr. Durban, July 20, 1889: 
mar. Win. L. Thompson, M.D. at Esidumbini, June lA, 1893. Transferred to 
East Cent. Africa (See East Central African Mission) Died March 10, 
1936, at Penney Farms, Florida. 

Alice Fidelia Stillson. b. Woodbury, Litchfield Co., Ct., July 5, 1854: 
prof, relig. M.E. Ch., Bridgville, Del. 1869: studied at Conn. State 
Normal School: emb. N.Y. Oct. 2, 1891: arr. Durban, Dec. 15, 1891. Vis. 
U.S. arr. N.Y. May 11, 1901. Released Dec. 31, 1901. In 1918 at Shelton, 
Ct. 112 Oak Str. Died July 4, 1940, in Claremont, Cal. 

A^es May Bigelow. b. Rockford, 111. May 27, 1865: prof, relig. 1881: grad, 
Lowell High School 1884: C.L.L.C. 1887: Northfield Tr.Sch.; emb, N.Y. 
Oct. 2, 1891: arr. Durban, Dec. 15, 1891: returned to U.S. arr, N.Y. Oct. 



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1, 1896. Released Dec. 15, 1896. 

Laura Clarissa Smith ; b. East Hartford, Hartford Co., Ct., prof, rellg. 
New Britain, Ct., Nov. 1882: studied Oberlin College & Conservatory of 
Iftisic and Mew Britain State Normal School 1892-93: emb. N.Y. Nov. 22, 
1893: arr. Durban, Dec. 29, '93: Released March 14, 1899 Returned to 
O.S. arr. N.T. July 17, 1899. re-app'td July 12, 1904 and re-emb. 1904 - 
Returned to U.S. arr. Sept. 8, 1912. Resigned 1913. Now (1917) at 
Lovedale, So. Af. 

Laura Montague Mellen. dau. of Rev. Ifin. Mellen, foraerly of this mission: 
b. Durban, Hatal, Dec. 11, 1356: prof, relig. at Umsunduzi in 1874: studied 
at MaplewDod Inst. Pittsfield, Mass., Mass Normal Art School & N.Y. Art- 
League: eniJ. N.Y. Sept. 11, 1895: arr. Durban, Oct. 30, '95: Vis. U.S. 
arr. N.Y. Sept. 12, 1903: Mar. at Chester, N.Y. Oct. 20, 1904 to Mr. 
Chester Gates Robinson, of Vacaville, Cal. Still in Vacaville, in 1917. 
Lived in Claremont, Calif, for many years, died there December 25, 1953. 
(Sister of Mrs. J.B. McCord). 

Hat tie Clark , b. Carmi, White Co., lU. Dec. 8, 1865: prof, relig. 1880. 
Baptist Ch., later united with Presb. Ch., studied at State Normal School 
and Chicago Kindergarten College: emb. N.Y. Sept. 25, 1897: vis. the U.S. 
arr. N.Y. Dec. 23, 1904. Released Aug. 27, 1907. 

Caroline Elizabeth Frost, b. Hollis, Hillsboro Co., N.H. Jan. 3, 1870. 
united with Cong'l Church, Needham, Mass. Jan. '79: studied in Needham 
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in teaching in A.M.A. schools in N.C. and Ala, j Joined the mission in 1901j 
Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Aug. 4. 1906: re-emb. N.Y. Feb. 26, 190fi. Vis. U.S. arr. 
J N.Y. Apr. 26, 1916. re-emb. New Orleans La. .Jan. 8, 1918. Arr. Durban, Feb. 

6, 1918. Died in Waltham Hosp. Waltham, Mass. on Feb. 11, 1945, Her home 
at time of death was 133 Hancock St., Auburndale, Mass. 

Alice Ehuna Siebert, b. Bloorafield, N.J. Dec. 29, 1874: united with the 
Ger.Presb.Ch. of Cincinnati, 0., of >*iich her brother Henry was pastor; 
studied in the Moravian Sem. Bethlehem, Pa. and Newark, N.J. Normal School: 
enb. Boston, June 9, 1906: Returned to the U.S. arrived 1910. 

In 1913 at Orange, N.J., 29 Highland Terrace. 

In 1906 the Zulu and the E. Cent. Africa Missions federated under 
the name of the South Africa Mission, with the Zulu Branch and the Rhodesia 
Branch, 

William McNeill Onslow-Carleton , b. Belfast, Ireland, Aug. 30, 1874, 
Member of Salvation Array, Educated at Albemarle Coll., Beckenham - Kent; 
member of Anerley Cong. Ch. London. From 1901-1907 in Zulu-land under S.A.; 
in 1908 ordained to work for London Miss. Soc, in Matebeland & in 1911 his 
connection with L.M.S. terminated. App'td missy of the am. Bd, Dec. 3, 
1912 - located at Ifafa, Resignation accepted by P.C. Nov. 7, 1916 & took 
effect May, 1917, Mr.Carleton worked in the mission for \\ yrs, before 
app' tment. 

Mrs. Carleton. (Oeraldine Onslow) b. Sept. 4, 1873, Salvation 

Army officer. Married Ifthi.M. Onslow-Carleton in 1899. App' ted missy. Dec. 3, 
1912. Resignation accepted Nov. 7, 1916, 



ZULU MISSION 13. 

Edithe A> Conn, b. Ogallala, Nebr. Dec. 20, 1382: prof. rel. in 1893; 
member of 1st Cong. Ch., Fargo, N.D. at time- of leaving U.S.; studied in 
State Nonnal Sch., Valley City and Fargo Coll, N.D.; emb. Boston, Oct. 8, 
1912; arr. at Durban, Nov. 1912; at Umzumbe 1912-13, Mapumulo, 1913, 
Umzumbe, 1914. ' , 

Evelyn F. Clarke, b. King Williamstovm, Cape Province, So. Af., Sept, 17, 
1875. Keraber of the Soc. of Friends - "Darlington Meeting of the Durham 
Quarterly Meeting" Eng. - tho baptized by immersion, Durban, 1900; studied 
in "Friends" Schools at Wigton, Ackworth Sch., Pontefract, & J-faunt School, 
York; and St. Andrews Univ., Scotland, Taught at Inanda before aop ' t.-nent 
by Board Mar. 26, 1912; Vis. U.S., ar. N.Y. Apr. 19U; re-emb. N.Y. Feb. 
6, 1915 

Henry Augustus Stick, b Brovmhelm, Ohio, Nov. 9, 1881; prof, religion. J-Iar. 
1903 Ger. Ch. Evang. Assoc; Studied Oberlin Coll. (A.B. 1909) Oberlin 
Theol. Sem'y. (B.D. 1911); emb. N.I. Apr. 24, 1912; arr. Durban, May 26, 
1912. Died South Amherst, Ohio, May 29, 1961 

Mrs. Stidc . (Bertha E. Hasenpflug) b. Brownhelm, Ohio, June 16, 1882; prof. 
relig. 1897 United Evang. Ch.; Studied German Wallace Coll. & special 
studies in Oberlin Iheol. Sen.; mar. at Brownhelm, 0., Sept. 8, 1909.; emb. 
as above. Died in Amherst, Ohio at Amherst Hospital, Nov. 28, 1966. 

K. Robert Brueckner, indust'l missy, b. Dresden, Ger. Mar. 4, 1882; Studied 
Royal Inst. Technology, Dresden; Smb. N.Y. Nov. 9, 1911; arr. Durban, Dec. 
24, 1912; Went out under term service; on June 2/14 app'ted a missy; 



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Ralph Lee Abraham, b. Washington Co., Ibwa, Apr. 1, 1834; prof, relig., 
1898; grad. Pacific Un. Forest Grove, Ore., 1911; Oberlin Theol. Sem., 
191A; ord. May 3, 1914; Erab. N.Y. Nov. 4> 1914; arr. Durban, Dec. 9, 1914. 

Mrs. Abraham (Clara >iargaret Noderer) b. Parma, Cuyahoga Co., 0., Sept, 
24, 1386; Studied Western Reserve Univ. & Oberlin Coll.; Mar, July 14, 
1914; emb. N.Y. Nov. 4, 1914 J arr. Durban, Dec, 9, 1914. 



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Missionaries 

Francis William Bates, b. Almont, Mich., Sept. 7, 1857: prof, relig. 
Oberlin, 0., 1S84: grad. Doane Coll. ISSO, Oberlin Theol. Sem. 1887: 
ord. Oberlin, June 3, 1887: emb. Boston, Jan. 28, '88: arr. Durban, 
Mar. 16: Transferred to the Zulu mission Aug. 1890 (See Zulu Mission) 
Transferred 'a'^ain to this mission 1893. Vis U.S. arr. N.Y. Dec. 8, 1894: 
re-emb. April 15, 1896: arr. Mt.Silinda Sept. 10, '96. Returned to U.S. 
in 1905. Released Sept. 5, 1905. Died in Concord, Vt., Oct. 26, 1921. 
Buried in Concord, Vt., in Cong'l. Cemetarj 

Mrs. Bates (Laura Charlotte Herrick) b. Rockford, Winnebago Co., HI. 
May 12, 1863: prof, relig. Rockford, 111. 1874: studied Rockford Fem. 
Sem. and Oberlin Coll.; mar. Rockford, 111. Sept. 1, 1387: emb. Boston, 
Jan. 28, '88: arr. Durban, Mar. 16: Transferred to the Zulu mission Aug. 
1890. (see Zulu Mission) Transferred again to this miss. 1893: Vis. U.S. 
arr. June 4, 1893: re-emb. April 15, 1896: arr. Mt. Silinda, Sept. 10, 
•96. Released Sept. 5, 1905. Died March 31, 1946 at Hot Springs National 
Park, Arkansas. 

Fred Robert Bunker , b. Prentissvale, McKean Co. Penn., Dec. 20, 1859; 
prof, relig. Olivet, Mich., 1882: grad. Olivet Coll. 1887: had no seminary 
training; previous to going out was State Sec. Mich. Y.M.C.A.; ord. FairrriDnt, 
Neb. Feb. 26, 1888: emb. New York, Feb. 11, 1891; arr. Inhambane, Apr. 20, 
•91. Transferred to Zulu Mission, April 13, 1897 (See Zulu Mssion) Vis. 
U.S. arr. Boston, Nov. 1, 1900. Died September 4, 1946 at Lancaster, N.H. 
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Mrs. Bunker (Belle Helen Richards) b. Paw Paw, Van Buren Co., Mich. April 
23, 1865. prof, relig. 1878; studied at Kalamazoo College, Mich: mar. 
Kalamazoo, Jan. 2, 1891: emb. N.Y. Feb. 11, 1391: arr. Inhambane Apr. 20, 
•91. Transferred to Zulu Mission, April 13, 1897. (See Zulu Mission) Vis. 
U.S. arr. Boston, Nov. 1, 1900. Died October 1, 1950 at Mrs. Milner's 
Nursia^ Home in Bradford, New Hampshire. Service at V/ilton, Conn. 

John D. Bennett and Mrs. Bennett - Free Methodist missionaries to Africa. 
Appt'd Dec. 31, 1339, Released Jan. 31, 1393 

Thomas Kin^. b. Craigmore, Londonderry Co., Ireland Aug. 24, 1870: united 
with Kingsend Presb. Ch. Ireland, v/hen 12 or 13 years of age. Came to 
America in 1393, and for two or three years engaged in mercantile pursuits. 
Entered Oberlin spending eight years there and grad, from the Theol. Sem. 
May 18, 1900: ord. 1st Cong. Ch., Oberlin; May 15, 1905: emb. N.I. Aug. 
5, 1905: Vis. U.S. arr. N.I. Oct. 26, 1912 - re-emb. M.Y. July 26, 1913: 
Arr. home Oct, 17, 1919. Retired in Oct. 1920. Died May 9, 1947 at 
Umbali Hospital, (Southern Rhodesia) Buried Mt.Silinda, 

Mrs. King. (Estelle Reed) b. Weeping Water, Nebraska, Jan. 1, 1370: 
united with the Cong. Ch. of Weeping Water in 1382: studied in V/eeping 
Water Academy and Oberlin Conservatory of Music: mar. Oberlin, June 29, 
1905: emb. H.Y. Aug. 5, 1905: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Oct. 26, 1912: re-emb. 
N.r. July 26, 1913: Arr. home Oct. 17, 1919. Retired Oct. 1920. Died at 
her home at Craigmore, So. Rhodesia on November 27, 1948. Buried at Mt. 
Silinda. 
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John Paden Dysart b. Granville, Putnam Co., HL., Aug. 23, 1830: united 
with Cong'l. Ch. of Granville, 1396: grad. Univ. of HI. 1906 and Oberlin 
Theol. Sem. 1910: ord. Granville, 111. Oct. 20, 1910: emb. N.IT. April 1, 
1911. Visited U.S. arriving Nov. 17, 1916. Re-emb. N.Y. Mar. 1918. Home 
on furlo, 1929 because of son's health, 

Krs. I>7sart - (Bertha ?. Fox) b. Dodgeville, Wis. Oct. 25, 1880. United 
with First Cong'l. Church of i>anville. 111. Studied for a time at Knox 
Col. & Iowa Col. (1 year each). Taught in pub. schools and among colored 
people of Meridian, Miss,: m?.r. Granville, HI. Jan, 10, 1911: emb. N.Y. 
April 1, 1911. Died May 12, 1913 at Mt.Silinda, Rhodesia, Africa. See 
Kiss. Herald, May, 1913. 

Mrs. Dysart (A. Mathilde Thorson) St. Paul, Minn. b. Minneapolis, Minn, 
Dec. 21, 1882. Studied Norwegian Lutheran Deaconess Inst., Minneapolis; 
a missy for 72 yrs. in Madagascar. Mar. Feb. 4., 1918; emb. N.Y. Mar. 1918. 
Home on furlo, 1929 because of son's ill health. Died at Temple, Texas on 
Oct. 28, 1954. See card. 



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M^si^lonary Physicians 

wmian Laniarr.us Thorr.oson. !I.D. b. Cberlin, I/sram Co., Ohio, Au?. lA, 
1357: prof. reli-. Leland, Mich. 1373: srad. Cberlin Coll. 18S6: studied 
medicine at Ann Arbor, Mich, one year & at University Med. Coll. N.Y. 
t>o years: emb. Boston, July 25, 1891: arr. Durban Sept. 5, 1391: mar. 
at Ssidunbini, June U, 1893: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. April 12, 1399: re-snb. 
Boston, Apr. 24, 1901: Vis. U.S. Arr. N.Y. Sept. 24, 1910: re-emb. Boston, 
Sept. 15, 1911: Vis. U.S. arr. Seattle, V/as. July 3, 1917: (Schedule same 
as below) Sailed Jan. 15, 1919; il', arr. home Jan. 6, 1925; Sailed Sept. 
11, 1926; Arr. home Jan. 23, 1932; Retired Jan. 16, 1932. Died January 
4, 1947, St. Cloud, Florida. 

Krs. Thompson (Mary Elizabeth McCormack) See Zulu Mission) Transferred 
from the Ziilu Mssion July 1393: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. April 12, 1399. re- 
e-nb. Boston Apr. 24, 1901; Vis. U.S. Arr. N.Y. Sept. 24, 1910: re-emb. 
Boston, Sept. 15, 1911: Vis U.S. Arr. Seattle, Was., July 3, 1917: Sailed 
Jan. 1^ '19. arr. Mar. 13, '19. Left Oct. 15 '24. Arr. home Jan. 6, '25. 
Sailed Sep. 11 - '26, arr. Nov. 2, '26. Arr. home Jan. 23, 1932. Retired 
Jan. 16, 1932. Di^d March 10, 1936 at Penney Farms, Fla. 



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Mrs. Lavrrance, (Florence Bu.^enie Drayton Henderson) b. Bethliphil, 
Jamaica, V/est Indies, dau. of Rev. Geo. R. Henderson, missionary to that 
Island and one of the founders of the Jamaica Baptist Missionary Society: 
prof, relig. 1334 in Jamaica: studied at the Maryland Business College and 
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May 7, 1902. arr. Mt.Silinda Nov. 19, 19C- — Acknowledged Dec. 28, 1989, hfw. 
1909: re-emb. N.T. Apr. 24, 1912: vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, Nov. 23, 1917. 
Sailed: Feb. 11 '20, Arr. May 30, '20. Arr. Home Aug. 15, '25. Sailed Sept. 
11 '26. Arr. Nov. 2, '26. Arr. home Jan. 28, 1932. Retired Jan. 2. 1933. 
Died in Los Angeles, Calif, on July 10, 1952. See card. 

Mrs. Fuller (Julian B. KcKee) b. Waynesville, De Witt Co. HI., Oct. 15, 
1869: united with Presb Ch., Port Austen, Mich. 1332: studied at Hanover 
College and Lake Forest Univ. : mar. December 26, 1901 at Cravfordsville, 
Ind. emb. Boston, May 7, 1902. arr. Mt. Selinda, Nov. 19, 1902; vis. U.S. • 
arr. Boston, Nov. 13, 1909: re-emb. N.Y. Apr. 24, 1912: vis. U.S. arr. 
San Francisco, Nov. 23, 1917: Sailed Feb. 11, 1920; arr. home Aug. 15, 
1925; sailed Feb. 12, 1927. arr. home Jan. 28, 1932. Died in Los Angeles, 
Calif, on February 21, 1946> 



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Assistant Missionaries 

Nancy Jones ; b. Hopkinsville, Christian Co., Ky., Jan. 8, 1860: prof. 
relig. ^fe7 1, 1874: studied Lemoyne Institute and Fisk Iftiiversity. Miss 
Jones was the first unmarried colored female missionary ever sent out by 
the Board: emb. Boston, Jan. 28, 1838: arr. Durban, Mar. 16: released 
Aug. 24, 1897. Dr. James Dexter Taylor was under the impression that she 
passed avfay but was unable to secure date, place, or any other particulars 
about it. R. Yeranian 1949. 

Hannah Juliette Gilson b. Brookline, Hillsboro Co., N.H. Jan. U, 1845: 
prof, relig. Brookline, i\'.H. May 1857; studied in Derry Academy and Kt. 
Holyoke Sera, and Hartford Theol. Sem. j had previously taught at Cape Colony; 
emb. N.Y., Mar. IS, 1896: arr. Mt. Selinda, Sept. 10, 1896. vis. U.S. arr. 
M.r. March 4, 1906: re-emb. N.Y. Nov. 2, 1906. Ar. Home Dec. 14, 1914. 
Died at Nashua, N.H. Apr. 25, 1924. Missy. Herald 1924-289. 

Julia Flora Winter : b. Hiddlefield, Middlesex Co., Conn., Sept. 7, 1873. 
united with the Asylum Hill Ch., Hartford, 1888: studied at Northfield 
Sem. Moody Bible Inst., and Univ. of HI.: emb. N.I., Aug. 27, 1904: 
Mar. Mr. John F. Hatch at Mt.Silinda, June 5, 1907, remaining in the 
work of the mission for a time with Mr. Hatch. Released Nov. 19, ' 07. died 
at Melsetter, Rhodesia, April 22, 1903. (See July Herald, page 314) 



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Richard C. Laurenz, M.D . b Dayton, 0. Feb. 3, 1880. Confirmed Lutheran 
Ch. 1893; studied Starling, 0., Medical Univ.; emb. N.Y. Aug. 9, 1913. 
While studying in Lisbon withdrew from the Board in 1915. 

Mrs. Laurenz (Gertrude Anna E. Knierer) b. Hamburg, Germany, Mar. 17, 1891. 
Episcopalian. Married Mar. 6, 1911 at Hamburg, Ger.j emb. N.Y. Aug. 9,1913. 
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Missionaries 

Walter Thomas Currie, P.P. b. Toronto, Canada, July 27, 185B: prof, relig. 

Ibronto, 1376: grad. McQill Coll. ^bnt^eal, 1935, fie Cong. Coll. B.N. A. 1835; 

ord. Hamilton, June 15, '85. Boston, April 3, 1386: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 

Feb. 24, 1892: re-emb. N.I. June 3, 1893: arr. Benguella July 17. Vis. 

U.S. arr. Boston, Oct. 24, 1905: re-emb. N.I. July 6, 1907. Returned to' 

America 1911. Died at "Chisamba" near Victoria, British Columbia, Aoril 

7, 1915. See Missionary Herald, June 1915. p. 263 DD. 1907. 

See p. 32 
Krs. Currie (Clara Maria Wilkes )y o. Brantford, Ont. Can., Feb. 14, 1857: 

prof, relig. Brantford, Mar. 1369: grad. loung Ladies Coll. Brantford: 

mar. Mar. 11, 1886: emb. April 3, 1836: died at Eailundu, Sept. 24, 1886. 

Mrs. Currie (Asxy Johnston) Married at Chisamba Dec. 25, 1394. Vis, the 
U.S. and re-eiab. N.I. Kay 5, 1900: arr. Benguella June 23. Vis. U.S. arr. ' 
Boston, Oct. 24, 1905: re-emb. N.I. July 6, 1907. Returned to America in 
1911. In Sept. 1926 taken up by United Chuch of Can. Died Dec. 3, 1923. 
See Herald February 1929, p. 87. 

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jTiomas Vfashin^ton I-foodside . b. Brookville, Ogle Co./ Dec. 25, 1352: 

prof, relig. Feb. 1366, Freeport, 111.: grad. North Western Coll., 1373. 

Union Biblical Institute, 1330: ord. as Elder in Evangelical Assoc, at 

Genesco, HI., Mar. 1834. emb. Boston, June 22, 1338: arr. Benguella Aug. 

^, '83: arr. Bailundu, Sept. 23, 1833. Vis. the U.S. arr. Boston, Oct. 7, 

1897: re-emb. N.I. June 21, 1899. Vis. U.S. arr. K.I.'May 28, .1901. 

Sailed back. Ar'd. home Jun« 13, 1915; Sailed Sept. 7, 1916; Ar'd home 

Oct. 13, 1919. Retired for health reasons. Died Sept. 19, 1929, Winter 

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Kr3» Woods Ide (Sinia Grace Dreisbach), b. Circleville, Pickaway Co., Nov, 
5, 1361: prof, relig. 1373: studied at North V.'estern College, Kaperville, 
Ill.s mar. Dec. 28, 1882: erab. Boston, June 22, 1838, arr. Benguella, Aug, 
U, «88; arr. Bailundu, Sept. 23, 1338.. Vis. the U.S. arr. Boston Oct. 7, 
1397: re-cab. N.Y. June 21, 1399. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. May 13, 1906. Ar. 
field Nov. 16, 1908; Arr. U.S. Aug. 1911; sailed Oct. 1912; Arr. home 
Nov. 6, 1914. Died February 21, 1951 at Hudson, Illinois; buried at 
Circleville, Ohio, See card. 

Wilberforce Lee : b. Bideford, N. Devon, England, July 12, 1858: prof, 

relig. I-Iassena, N.Y. 1882: studied in private sch. Bideford, N. Devon, 

Eng, : McGill Univ, Ibntreal, Que., & Cong'l, Coll, British No. Am.; 

ord, Montreal, Que., Apr. 11,' 1889: emb. Boston, June 1, 1389: arr, 

Benguella, Aug. 7, 1339: vis. U.S. arr. I-bntreal, Aug. 31, 1895: released, 

Feb. 11, '96. 

Kay, 1951: A daughter, Mrs. Dorothea H. Ball lives at 2167 

Qirard Street East, Toronto, 13, Ontario, Canada. She was 

adopted by Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Nell, (Probably after mother's 

death. 

^3. Lee (Agnes Alberta Carter) b, Cowansville, Que, Canada, April 19, 
1872, Prof, relig. Cowansville, May 1389: studied at Cowansville Acad. 
partial course at McGill Univ. Montreal, emb. Boston, May 16, 1891: arr. 
Benguella July 23, 1891: mar. at Benguella July 23, 1891: arr, Chisamba 
Aug. 20: returned to U.S. arr. Montreal, Aug. 31, 1895: Died Montreal, 
Nov. 15, 1895. 



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Harry Alonzo Cotton, b. Hartford, Ct. Feb. 1, I860: prof, relig. Amity, 
Dekalb Ck)., Mo., vrinter of 1873-74: studied Dmry Coll., grad. 1385: 
grad. Chicago Theol. Sem. 1338: ord. Chicago, April 27, 1838: emb. 
Boston, June 1, 1839: arr. Benguella, Aug. 7, 1889: returned to U.S. 
arr. N.Y. Feb. 15, 1892. Released March 8, 1392. 

Mrs. Cotton (Gertrude Jacobs, M.D.) b. Goshen, Elkart Co., Ind. Sept. 23, 
1866: prof, relig. Chicago, July 3, 1831: studied Chicago public schools 
and Woman's Medical College: mar. Chicago, May 13, 1339: emb. Boston 
June 1, 1389: arr. Benguella, Aug. 7, 1389: returned to U.S. arr. N.Y. 
Feb. 15, 1892. Released March 3, 1392. 

Francis Winter Read , b. Romsey, Hampshire, Eng., Nov. 25, 1359: prof, 
relig. London, Ont. Can. 1883: studied at Le Francis Coll. Richmond, Que.: 
grad. McGill Univ. 1389, and Cong'l. CoU. Can., 1892: ord. Zion Ch., 
Montreal April 28, '92; emb. Boston, May 7, 1892: arr. Benguella, Aug. 
19, '92. arr. Montreal on furlough about Oct. 1, 1902. Died at Montreal, 
Dec. 16, 1902. (See Feb. 1903 Herald, page 6l) 

^s. Read, (Annie Williams) b. tontreal, Quebec, Feb. 15, 1871. prof, relig. 
>bntreal 1878: studied at McGill Univ. I-bntrealj mar. Montreal April 14, 
1892: emb. Boston, May 7, 1892: arr. Benguella, Aug. 19, '92. arr. at 
Montreal on furlough about Oct. 1, 1902: 1910 living in Montreal. 

>Lerlin SnnJB. b. Douglas, Marquette Co., Wis. Jan. 29, 1874. united with 
Cong'l Church, Endeavor, Wis. 1890: graduated Beloit College, 1900: Yale 
Kvlnity School, 1903: ord. Endeavor, Wis., June 10, 1903: emb. N.Y. 
"^y 22, 1903: cai;9 to the U.S. to be married arriving in Nov, 1906: 



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re-emb. Boston, March 5, 1907. Began fifth term of service July 26, 1928, 
Received degree of D.D. from Beloit C. 1922. Retired 1945 - Died August 
20, 1964 at Karblehead, I^lass, at home of his daughter, Jean (Mrs. Robert 
; H. Packard). See card. 

Henri Alfre.d Neipp b . Neuchatel, Switzerland July 1, 1874: came to the U.S. 
in 18945 Studied in Neuchatel and at the Gordon Bible School, Boston. Four 
years later went to V/. Africa under the Phil. African Liberators League. 
Failing of support under the League he labored for some time with our mission: 
vis. the U.S. for rest and study: ord. Boston, June 13, 1904: emb. N.Y. July 
7, 1904: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Sept. 21, 19,10: re-emb. N.Y. June 17, 1911. 
Arr. F. Oct. 11 L.F. Soc. 'I6 - emb. Jan. '19, Arr. F. May '19 - L.F. Apr. 
24 - emb. Jun '25. Arr. F. Sep. 18 '25. 

Mrs. Neipp (Friedericka Louise Josephine Keinrich) b. Bergzahern, Rheimzifalz, 
Germany, March 21, 1870: confirmed in the Lutherai Church in Germany, united 
with French Evan. Church, New York later: studied in Germany: mar. Benguella, 
West Africa, Aug. 7, 1399: emb. N.Y. July 7, 1904: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 
Sept. 21, 1910: re-emb. N.Y. June 17, 1911. Died Oct. 23, 1936 at Vfellesley, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Ennis (Elizabeth Ruth Logan) b. Hortonville, V/is. March 8, 1881; united 
with the Cong'l. Ch. Endeavor, Wis. May 1895: studied at Lawrence Univ., 
Univ. of Oregon and Wellesley Col.: mar. Endeavor, V/is. Feb. 21, 1907: 
emb. Boston, March 5, 1907. Died at Mt. Auburn Hosp. in Cambrid.7;e, Mass. 
on June 8, I96I (home Lexington, Mass.) See card. 



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wmiam Clark Bell ; b. I>Dckport, N.Y. July 27, 1872: united with 
Baptist Church, Ithaca, N.T. 1394 or 5: grad. Cornell Univ. 1397: 
attended >body Bible Inst. Chicago 9 mos.; ord. Lockport, N.Y. I-iay 9, 
190?: before entering Cornell I-ir. Bell had taken a full business course 
in Denver University, Colo., and was for a time connected with a mining 
cam? in Southern Colorado: immediately after graduating from Cornell he 
went to Africa under the Phil-African League and was stationed near Caconda. 
Later after vrithdrawing from that organization he became interested in the 
work at Chisamba and assisted in such work as he found open to him. Vis. the 
U.S. in 1906. emb. Boston, May 30, 1907. Diedt at Claremont, California, 
Feb. 19, 1942. See card. 

Mrs. Bell (Lena Grace HiUer) b. Ithaca, N.Y. Jan. 9, 1876: united with 
the Baptist Church, Ithaca, Feb. 22, 1902: studied in the public schools 
of Ithaca: mar. Ithaca June 19, 1897: emb. under this Board Boston, May 
30, 1907: Died Stanford Hospital, California, June 19, 1946. See card. 

William Cammack. M.D ., b. Salem, Iowa, March 27, 1380: united with Cong'l. 
Oh. Salem, 1896: grad. State Univ. of Iowa, studied medicine in State 
Univ. of Iowa and Northwestern Univ.: emb. Boston, Sept. 26, I906: spent 
some time in England and Austria in study: Arr. field June 22, 1907: Arr. 
home June 14, 1912; Sailed Sept. 23, 1913; Att. home Aug. 7, 1919; 
Sailed Aug. 4/20. Ended 3rd term Dec. 11, 1923 - (Arr. home) -Retired 
from service and located in Florida because of Mrs. Cammack' s poor health. 

Mrs. C--mimack (Sarah Ubby Seymour, H.D.) b. Iowa City, Iowa. March 7, 
1875: united with Cong'l Ch. Iowa City, 1-Iay 1886:studied at State Univ. of 



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Xowa: mar. Iowa City, Sept. 12, 1906: enb. Boston Sept. 26, 1906: 
Arr. field June 22, 1907; Arr. home June U, 1912; Sailed Seot. 23, 
1913; 'Arr. home Aug. 7, 1919; Sailed Au.3. 4, 1920; Arr. home Dec. 11, 
1923. Retired 1923. 

Henry Stanley Hollenbeck, M.D., b. Sheldon, Iowa, May 22, 1S78: united 
with Sheldon Cong. Ch. 1396: studied 2 years at Beloit Col., grad. Iowa 
State Univ. 1902, and Northwestern ^Medical College, Chicago, 1907: enb. 
N.T. Jan. 2, 1909: Arrived F. May '09, L.F. Jul. '14. erab. Aug. 14, '15. 
Second term. Oct. 2, '15. L.F. Aug. 3, »21, emb. June 2, '22. L.F. 
Aug. 2, »27. emb. Aug. 11, '28. Began 4th term Nov. 8, 1923. V/hen on 
way to field in 1909 took studies in London Tropical School of Medicine. 
Rec'd, degree K.D. Northwestern U. - from July 5 - to - was away from 
mission as member Phelps-Stokes Conraission. Located in Sochikela, . 1929. 
Died in Chi. 1942. 

Nellie Jane Arnott . b. Minneapolis, Minn, Nov. 16, 1873. united with 
Cob. Ch. Nashua, Iowa, Feb. 20, 1336: grad. Nashua High Sch. studied in 
Hoo<iy Bible Inst. & Kinder'^arten Tr. Sch.: for three years pastor's assistant 
in large churches: emb. Boston, Apr. 25, 1905. Arr. in Benguella, June 26, 
1905. Ar'd home Aug. 22, 1912. Married May 1, 1913; Paul L. Darling 

Helen Hurl bur t Stover, dau. of Rev. W.M. Stover, b. Benguella, Angola, 
Africa, May 6, 1333: united with Cong. Church, Oberlin, Ohio, Jan. 6, 
1896: Studied at Oberlin Colle3e, and grad. from the Baptist Hospital Tr. 
Sch. for Nurses, Chicago: erab. Boston, May 5, 1903; Arr. home Apr. 27, 
1913; Sailed May 16, 1914; Arr. home June 17, 1920. Died at 'the McCabe 
Rest Home, Claremont, Calif, on Oct. 4, I960. See card. 



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Janette Sstelle Miller , b. Hancock, Houghton. Co., Vlch. Sept. 19, 1879: 
united with Cong'l. Ch., Evanston, 111. ilar. 4, 1^94: studied in Omaha 
i: Detroit High Schools & Chicago Iheol. Sen. by correspondence: emb. 
hbntreal, Sept. 19, 1910: Ar. f. Oct. 13, '10. L.F. Apr. '18. emb. May 
20 '20. Arr. F. Jul. '20. L.F. Jan. 15 '26. erab. Apr. 13 '26. Began 
3rd term June 10, '27. Resignation as miss'y. of Board accepted Mar. 
26, '29. by P.O. She joined Sv^-iss >iLssion at Missao Suica, Caluquembe, 
Caconda, Angola. 

Missionary Physicians 

Vebster, Ardell Henry, b. Canton, Bradford Co., Penn., Sept. 21, 1858: 
prof, relig. Burlington, Pa. 1872: grad. Eastman Nat. Business Coll, 
Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Chicago Homeopathic Medical Coll., Rush Medical Coll., 
and Cook co. Hospital: erab. New Yoric, March 26, 1337: arr. Benguella, 
June 2, '87: died at Benguella, May 4, 1889. (Obit. notice in Aug. 
Herald, 1889). 

Mrs. Webster (Marion Murchie) b. Vfalton, Huron Co., Ontarioa, Can., Nov. 
6, 1863: prof, relig, 1383; studied at Northwestern College, Napervllle, 
HI.: mar. in St. Andrews, V.'alsh Co., Dak. Feb. 8, 1887: emb. New York 
Harch 26, 1837: arr. Benguella, June 2, '87: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Dec. 28, 
1395: re-emb. N.Y. July 10, 1897: arr. Benguella, Sept. Vis. U.S. 
arr. Boston Oct. 2, 1905, re-emb. N.Y. July 6, 1907. A.F. Aug. '07. L.F. 
fer. 22, '13 - re-emb. Aug. 15, '15. A.F. Sept. '15. L.F.F. Aug. '24 - 
A. P. Sept. 24. Arr. home June 19, 1933. Retired to Honor Roll June 25, 
1934. Died May 31, 1952 at Los Angeles, California. See card. 

Charles Francis Clowe, M.D . b. denville, Schenectady Co., N.Y. Aug. 11, 
1?66: prof, relig. (Reformed Protestant Dutch Ch) June 1377: studied in 

Union Classical Institute, Schenectady, N.Y. grad. from Med. Dept. of 



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same 1888: studied medicine also at Albany, N.Y. : practiced at 
doversville and Schenectady, N.Y.: emb. Boston June 23, 1390: arr. 
Benguella Aug. 19, 1390: arr. Bailundu Oct. 11, '90: returned to U.S. 
arr. Boston July 30, 1892. Died April 1912. 

Mrs. Clowe (Mary Louisa Marcellus) b. Glenville, Schenectady. Co., N.-Y. 
Aug. 19, i368: prof. reli,^. Glenville (Reformed Protestant Dutch Oh) 
1883: studied at Union Classical Institute: mar. Glenville, N.Y. March 
21, 1838: emb. Boston, June 23, 1390: arr. Ben,2uella, Aug. 19, 1390: 
arr. Bailundu, Oct. 11, '90: returned to U.S. arr. Boston, July 30, 1892. 

Rose Anna Bower, M.D . b. Delta, York Co., Pa. Oct. 31, 1359: prof, relig. 
Presb. Church, Philadelphia, 1375*. studied at the Pa. State Normal, Can. 
Mss'y Tr. Inst. & Univ. of Mich., labored for three years in Africa 
under Bishop Taylor, returned to Am. and took up the study of medicine: 
emb. N.Y. July 13, 1394; arr. Benguella, Sept. 19, 1894. Vis. U.S. arr. 
Boston, Aug. 20, 1903: released Jan. 3, 1905. Re-ap. June 13, 1922 for 
5 years; Sailed Sept. 22, 1922; Arr. home May 6, 1927. Died July 9, 1943, 
in Delta, Penn., R.D. #1. 

Frederich Crei'^hton VJelL-nan, M.D., b. Fredonia, Wilson Co., Kansas Jan. 
3, 1871: prof, relig. 1833: studied one year at Kingfisher College: grad. 
Chicago Theol. Sem. 1895: also Kansas City Med. College: ord. Snid, Gkla. 
Ter. 1895: emb. Boston, May 23, 1396. arr. Kamundongo Aug. 19. Vis. U.S. 
arr. N.Y. Aug. 10, 1899. re-emb. Aug. 4, 1900. Arr. Returned to 
U.S. and on account of ill health released May 18, 1909. 



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Mrs, /fellman (Lydia Jeanette Isely) b. St. Joseph, >b., May 19, 1869: 
prof, relig. 13S5. studied in Hiawatha Academy, Kingfisher College and 
Moody Institute: laar. Fairview, Kansas, June 27, 139^: enb. Boston, 
May 23, 1896: arr. Ka-nundongo, Aug. 19. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Aug. 10, 
1899. re-emb. Boston, May 21, 1902: vis. U.S. arr. Boston, Aug. 5, 1904: 
Re-emb. Boston, Sep. 16, 1905. Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, Ifey 15, 1908: re- 
leased May 18, 1909. See obituary notice in 1948 files. Passed away at 
Wichita, Kansas on January 21, 1943. 

Alfred Yale Kassev, M.D. b. Wallbridge, Ont. Can. Aug. 12, 1371: prof. 
relig; Wallbridge 1382, Grad. Toronto University 1893. and Trinity 
Medical College, Toronto: engaged for some time in the mission to the 
deep sea fishers on the coast of Labrador: emb. Montreal July 26,1399: 
arr, Benguella, Sept. 17, 1399. Vis. U.S. arr. Montreal May 16, 1904. 
Released Sept. 5, 1905. 

Mrs. Massey, (-Ella Mary Arnoldi) b. 'Jalton, Lean, Zng. AprO. 27, 1379 
belonged to the English Church: studied nursings Appt'd. June 21, 1902: 
emb. >bntreal June 21, 1902: arr. Benguella, Oct. 10, 1902: mar. Benguela 
Dec. 9, 1902: vis. An. arr. J-bntreal i-Iay 16, 1904. Released Sept. 5, 1905 

Assistant Missionaries 



Sarah Bell , b. Radrum township, t-bnagham Co., Ireland, July 10, 1862: 
prof, relig. May 1330: studied Oberlin College: emb. July 30, 1387: arr. 
Benguella Aug. 4, 1888: mar. Rev. \'hn. H. Sanders at Benguella, Oct. 17, 
1893. (see Vol. I. p. 8. Died on May 4, 1959 at Wilmington, Delaware. 
See her card. 



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I . . ■ 

I ii^innehaha An'::ela Cl?rke , d?u. of Rev. V.in, F. Clarke of Guelph, Ont., Can: 
! b. Guelph, Ont. Jan. 31, 1864. prof, ralig. Toronto, 1375: studied in 
I Guelph Collegiate Institute, Berlin Model Sch. and Ottawa Normal: emb, 
I Boston, June 2S, 1S90: arr. Ben.^uella, Aug. 19, 1^0: arr. Bailundu, 
I Oct. 11, '90: died at Chisamba, .March 18, 1893. (See Miss'y Herald July 
1893, p. 272) . ., 



Amy Johnston. Brandon, Manitoba, Can., b. Dublin, Ireland, 1861: prof. 
relig. Gh. of Ireland 1379 Cong. Ch. Brandon 1390: ed. in r'rench and 
German Colleges, Dublin; came to Afnerica in 1339: emb. N.Y. June 3, 
1893. Arr, Benguella, July 17, mar. Rev. Walter Currie, Chisamba, Dec. 
25, 1894. See page 2^. Died Dec. 3, 1923, see Herald Feb. 29 - p. 37. 

Helen Jane Melville, b. Toronto, Can., October 1864: prof, relig. 
Hazelton Av. Cong. Ch., Toronto, 1831: studied in public & private schools 
Toronto: emb. N.Y. June 3, 1893. arr. Benguella, July 17. Vis. U.S. in 
1898: re-emb. ^bntreal, July 26, 1399: arr. Benguella, Sep. 17, '99: 
vis. America arr. Toronto, July 11, 1910. emb. I'-Lay 7, '12. Served 4 terms. 
Began 5th Aug. 23, 1926. Removed from official list of miss'ys. Iciken over 
by United Church of Canada, 1926. 

Louise Babbitt Fay , b. Marietta, Washington Co., Ohio, Oct. 9, 1869: prof, 

relig. Springfield, 0. Mar. 1836: studied, Wittenberg Col. & Oberlin 

College: emb. N.Y. J-oly 13, 1894: arr. Benguella, Sept. 19, 1394. Vis. U.S. 
arr. Boston, Nov. 9, 1900. Released April 8, 1902 



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Ma rgaret Vfalker Melville, b, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 11th 186?: 
prof, relig. Toronto, 1831: studied at Collegiate Institute, Toronto: 
Parkdale ^bdel School and Normal School: emb. N.Y. June 13, '95. Vis. 
a.S. arr. Toronto, Oct. 2, 1900- re-emb. Boston, toy 21, 1902. vis 
Aaerica, arr. Toronto, July 11, 1910. Sailed May 7, 1912. Arr. field 
Jul. 7, 1910. vis. U.S. -arr. Mar. 22, 1919.' sailed Sep. 13, 1920. 
arr. field Nov. 30, 1920. Vis. U.S. arr. Jun 2, 1924. Died at Toronto, 
Canada Oct. 15, 192-5. See Missy Herald 1925 - pg 574. 

Sarah L. Stimnson b. llittineague, i\u Springfield) Haaiipden Co., 1-lass. 
Dec. 6, 1865: prof, relig. F-ay 1883: studied in coranion schools of West 
Springfield & Bible School, Chic-go, HI: emb. N.Y. June 27, 1898: arr. 
Bailundu Sept. 13. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. May 13, 1906: re-erab. Boston, 
Deci 5, 1907: In U.S. 1913, returned to field, ar'd home Nov. 3, 1918. 
Died January 16, 1919 in Boston, tiass. Miss. Herald 1919 pg. 96. 

Bnma Cecelia Redick, b. Gallon, Crawford Co., Aug. 19, 1372: united 
with Cong'l. Ch. ^^nsfield, 0., Jan. 1, 1888. grad. >:ansfield High Sch, 
& studied six months at Oberlin: Taught in Tougaloo Univ. I-iss. for 
nearly five years: emb. N.Y. h^Bj 5, 1900: arr. Kamundongo July 24, 1900; 
Tis. U.S. arr. N.Y. May 28, 1907: re-emb. Boston, March 9, 1909. AF 
Jun. '09. LF Jul 14 - emb. Nov. '15. A F Jan. 'l6. Snb. froa MF Nov. 
24. AF Jul. 25. Died at Corunna, Mich. Sept. 4, 1959. See card. 



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Diadem Bell , b. Milton, Queens Co, N.S. Oct, 12th, 1370; united vdth 
Conc'l Ch., Milton, Nova Scotia, May 1884; studied in Milton public 
gchool, and Liverpool Academy; emb. Boston, Kay 21, 1902: arr. St, 
Paul de Loanda, July 16, 1902; arr. Chisaraba, Nov. 3, 1902. vis. Am, 
arr. Milton, N.S. May 26, 1903, re-emb. St. John, April 22, 1910: arr'd 
home June 13/15. Re-erab. Dec, 20/l6, Arr'd. home July 14/22; Died 
in Ckjbourg, Ont, Canada on June 20, 1923, Miss'y, Herald 1923, pg 357. 

Elizabeth Beveridge Campbell , b. County of Luncoe, Province of Ont, Can. 
June 17, 1869. United vdth Presb. Ch. Gelert, Ont. 1890, studied at 
Collingwood Collegiate Inst. : engaged for I25 years in teaching: erab, 
Boston, July 16, 1902: arr, Benguella Oct, 10, 1902: vis. U.S. arr, 
Boston, June 2, 1909. Served two terms with Board. Then taken off 
official list of American Bd. missys because taken over by the United 
Church of Canada. Sailed May 7, 1912. Arr. home Jan. I5/I6; Sailed 
Oct. 28, 1919; arr. home 1924. Retired July 1, 1934. Passed away May 
10, 1951 in Toronto, Canada. See card* 



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^ Migsionaries 

i rtllliam Paine Clarke , son of Rev. James F. Clarke of this mission: 

b. Philippopolis, Bulgaria, Nov. 11, 1865: prof, relig. Samokcv, Xay 4> 

i 

I 1379: studied Robert Coll., Boston Latin Sch. and Amherst Coll: grad. 

; Hartford Theol. 3em. 1391: erab. Boston, June 3, 1891; arr. Samokov, 

[ July - 1391: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Au^. 23, 1901. re-erab. Boston, June 

I 21, 1902: v4s. U.S. arr. Boston Sept. 17, 1910: Re-emb. Aug. 1911. 3rd .T. 

1 Sep. '11. A.H. Aug. '20. Re-emb. Sep. '21. 4th. T. Oct. '21. L.F. Apr. '23. A.H.Seo'I 

I Re-erab. Dec. '29. 5th T. Feb. '30. Arr. home July 16, 1933. Retired July 

f 

I 

1, 1932. Died August 1, 1955 in Northampton, Mass. See card. 

Mrs. Clarke (i«!artha Gisler) b. Pforzheim, Baden, Germany, Jan. 23, 1872. 
United with M.E. 1390: studied in private sch., f!ar. Baste, Switzerland 
Apr. 24, 1900. Vis U.S. arr. N.Y. Aug. 23, 1901: re-emb. Boston, June 21, 
1902; vis. U.S. arr. Boston, Sept. 17, 1910: Retired as above. Mrs. 
Clarke died in Morthampton, Mass. on Sept. 13, 1955. 

Edward Bell Haskell, son of Rev. Dr. Henry C. Haskell of this mission. 

b, Phillipopolis, Bulgaria, Nov. 4, 1865: prof, relig. Columbus 0. 1875: 

grad. Marietta College 1337: Oberlin Sera. 1391: ord. Marietta, 0. 1891: 

emb. Boston, Oct. 3, 1391: arr. Samokov Dec. 22, '91: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 

April 19, 1900: re-emb. Boston, Sept. 7, 1901: Sec. term Oct. '01. L.F. 

June '11. A.H. Aug. '11. Re-emb. Jul. '12. L.F. Jan. '18. A.H. Mar. 21, 

1913. Re-emb. Jul. '20. 4th term. Sept. 1920. L.F. May, 1927. A.H. June ' 

1927. Re-emb. Nov. 7, 1923. 5th term. Nov. 29, 1923. Married Elizabeth 

Frohllch Oct. 17, 1904. Rec'd. decoration from Bulgarian Govt, in 1927 '. 

in recognition of 35 yrs. of service in Bulgaria. Ar'd. Home July 1934. 

Died Jan. 9, 1935 at Claremont, Calif. 



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f 

■ vrg. Haskell - (Martha Huntington Miller) b. Cedar Falls, Black Hawk 
Co. lo'-^j Sept. 9, 1S67: prof, relig. 1831: studied at Iov,-a State Normal 
School and Oberlin College: mar. Cedar Falls, Iowa, Aug. 25, 1391. emb. 
Boston, Oct. 3, 1891: arr. Samokov, Dec. 22, '91: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 
Apr. 19, 1900. re-enb. Boston, Sept. 7, 1901: died Salonica May 4, 1903. 

Mrs. Haskell - (Elizabeth anilie Frohlich) b. Snnenda, Switzerland, Aug. 
U, 1331: united with Baptist Ch. Jan. 13, 1900: educated in S'^tzerland 
tc Univ. Neuchatel: mar. Ennenda, Switzerland, Dec. 13, 1904. Had been 
erirjaged in rtission v;ork in Philippopolis for 3 years: appt'd. Sept. 2?, 
1904. Arr. home Aug. 27, 1911: Retired to Honor Roll May 30, 1935. 
Died July 3, 1967 HcCabe Rest Home, Clareniont, Calif. 

i 

Theodore Thoisias Holvjav : b. York, Medina Co., Ohio, Oct. 13, 1867. prof, 
relig, -Haubury St. Congl. Ch. London, Eng. 1332: grad. Oberlin College 
1393, and Chicago Theol. Sen. 1396: ord. St. Louis, May 14, 1396: served 
as pastor at 1-Iaplewood, St. Louis, Vo. four years: emb. Boston July 31, 
1901. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Aug. 1909: re-enb. N.Y. Aug. 2, 1910. A.F. 
Sep. '10, L.F. Jul. '15. A.H. Aug. '15. Re-emb. Jan. '19. 3rd term. March 
•19. Re-emb. Sep. '22. 4th term, Oct. '22. L.F. July '29. A.H. Oct. '29. 
Kr. Holway died August 24, 1954, Victoria, B.C. Canada. See card. 

^ Krs. Holway. (Elizabeth Jane Hudson) b. Cork, Queenstown Harbor, Ireland, 
August 24, 1865. Her father. Rev. Thomas Hudson, was pastor of the 1st 
Baptist Church in Cork for three years: cane to America with her parents 
11^ in childhood: prof, relig. South St. Louis Baptist Church 1374; studied 
^ St. Louis Public schools and at home: married Maplewood, >b. May 29, 
1900: emb. July 31, 1901. vis. U.S. arr. N.Y.Aug. 1, 190°: re-emb. 



EUROPEAN TORKSY NI33ION 

N.Y. Aug. 2, 1910: arr'd. home Aug. 9, 1915: Died in Bradenton, Fla. 
May 23, 1918. See Hiss. Herald 1918 p3 315. 

Kjs. Holway (Charlotte Tickenor) b. Aug. 27, 1869. grad. Oberlin College 
1393. Married Aug. 23, 1919 'Afaukesha, Wis. app't. missionary 1-la.y 23, 
1922. Sailed Sep. 1, 1922. arrived U.S. Jul. 25, 1925. Died at 
Waukesha, Wis. on December 21, 1925. See Missy Herald 1926 - page 77. 

Leroy Farrin'^ton Ostrander , b. Dubuque, Dubuque Co. Iowa Aug. 20, 1372; 
united \-n.th Presb. Ch., Lyons, N.Y. ; grad. Hanilton College, 1894; 
Auburn Theol. Sen. 1901; ord. Lyons, N.Y. June 11, 1901: emb. Boston 
Dec. 4, 1901: arr. Samokov, Jan. 13, 1902, vis. U.S. arr. U.Y. July 
25, 1910, Sailed Jul. 29, 1911. Arr'd home Aug. 9, 1921. Sailed Aug. 
8, 1922; Ar'd home Sept. 13, 1926. V/as in U.S. July 1914 to Aug. 26, 
1915 - detained by European war. Died Dec. 12, 1926 - Clifton Springs, 
N.Y. of Nephritis. ' 

Mrs. Ostrander (^-lary Louise Roys) b. Lyons, Wayne Co. N.Y. May 10, 1873: 
united with Presb. Ch. Lyons, 1837: studied in Kindergarten Training 
School, Chicago: married New York City Nov. 21, 1901. emb. Dec. 4, 1901: 
arr. Samokor, Jan. 13, 1902: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 25, 1910: Re-emb. 
Jul. 29, 1911. Sec. term Sep. '11. L.F. Jul. 1921. A.H. Aug. '21. Re-emb. 
Au2. 8, 1922. 3rd term. Sep. 3, 1922. L.F. Aug. '26. A.H. Sept. 13, 1926, 
after husband's death, took up work in U.S. to be near son. Died Pomona, 
Calif, on September 15, 1947. Weak heart-shock before death. 



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EUR0PSA:J TimKEY lilSoICN 



! phineas Barber Kennedy , b. Kennedyville, Greenwich Township, Warren Co., 
j N.J. June 14, 1367. united with 2nd Presb. Ch. Bridgeton, N.J. 1878: 
grad. Princeton Univ. 1891, Princeton Theol. Sera. 1894i ord.' by Lack- 
awana Presb. June 1894: settled as pastor in Asbury, N.J. and Easton and 
Philadelphia, Pa., emb. N.Y. Oct. 24, 1907. Arr. home Sept. 12, 1914: 
Sailed Oct. 15, 1916; arr. home Aug. 1921. Resigned from A.B. but 
continued independently in the Albanian work. Died at the Crawford Hall 
N'ursing Home in Cranio rd, N.Jersey, i-iay 4, 1963. 

i 

i Mrs. Kennedy (Violet Russell Bond) dau. of Rev. Lewis Bond, fonnerly of 
i this mission: b. Eski Zagra, Turkey in Europe June 11, 1870: united 
( with the mission church at tonastir: studied at the Am. School for Girls 
I at Constantinople and grad. at Mt.Holyoke College: mar. at Plainfield, N.J. 
June 7, 1898: emb. N.Y. Oct. 24, 1907: .'^r. home Sept. 12, 1914; sailed 
Oct. 15, 1916; Arr. hone Aug. 1, 1921. See above. Mrs. Kennedy died in 
Brooklyn, N.Y. on December 27, 1952. Buried in Plainfield, N.J. See card. 

Charles Telford Srickson : b. Galesburg, Knox Co., HI. July 15, 1867: 
united with the M.S. Church, Gaynor City, Nb., 1880: grad. DePauw Col., 
1891; theological training at Boston Univ. grad. 1895, and post-grad, 
course at Yale: ord. Corrydon, Iowa Sept. 1896: took brief appointment 
under the M. E. Board in Rangoon, Bunnah: pastor for a time of the V.'ethers- 
field Ave. Cong. Ch. of Hartford, Conn, at time of appointment pastor of 
the 1st Cong. Ch., West Seattle, Wash. enb. N.Y. Aug. 1, 1908, Arr. home 
S«?t. 17, 1913; sailed Apr. 21, 1914; Arr. home June 27, 1919. ' D.D.Drury 
Col. 1915. Resigned Apr. 29, 1919. Died at Claremont, California, Dec. 
26, 1966. 



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EUROPSii.:J TURKFTf MISSION 

Mrs. Erickson (Carrie Louise Earl) b. Lake View, Erie Co., li.Y. March U, 
1872: united with M.E. Church, Akron, K.Y. 1335; studied in comiEon 
schools and Dana Musical Institute: mar. Akron, N.Y. Sept. 13, 1395: 
emb. N.r. Aug. 1, 1903; Arr. hone Sept. 17, 1913; sailed Apr. 21, 1914; 
Arr. hone June 2U, 1919. 

William Conoton Cooper, b. Bridgeport, HI. July 30, 1376: united with 
Presb. Church, Sumner, HI. 1392: grad. Wheaton Col. '06 and McCoimick 
Iheol. Sem. '08: ord. 9th Presb. Ch. Chicago, Oct. 24, "07: eir.b. Boston, 
Nov. 2, 1909. A.F. Dec. '09 - A.H. Oct. 10, 1919. Re-emb. Aug. 21, 1920. 
2nd terra, Sept. '20. L.F. July '27. A.H. Aug. '27. Remb. Aug. '23. Arr. 
home July 24, 1933. Retired Aug. 31, 1934. Died in Clare^iont, California 
April 21, 1943. 

Cooper, Mrs. Eugenia S. b. July 4, 1333, Villa Friedberg Ennenda, Ct.Glarus, 
Switzerland. Edu. French School, Neuchatel Nurses Training in school 
and hospital. Married Apr. 18, 1912. Married Apr. 13, 1912, William 
Cooper, Ennenda, Switz. Apptd. Feb. 27, 1912. Arr. home Cct. 10, 1919; 
Sailed Aug. 21, 1920; Arr. home Aug. 5, 1927; Sailed Aug. 4, 1923: Arr. 
home July 24, 1933. Retired Aug. 31, 1934. Died September 23, 1962 

Assistant Mssionaries 

^Iary Ixjuisa Matthews: b. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., 0. Aug. 23, 1864. prof, 
relig. Cleveland, 0. Jan. 1376: studied Oberlin High School and Mt.Holyoke 
Sem. emb. Boston, Aug. 11, 1383: arr. Monastir Sept. 24, '33: vis. U.S. 
arr. N.Y. June 25, '93: re-erab. N.Y. Sept. 16, 1896. arr. .'-ionastir. 



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EUROPEAN TURKJf InlSSION 

- . 11 '96: vis. U.S. arr. H.Y. July 25, 1904: re-eaib. Boston, Auj. 
S, 1905. Arr. hone Sept. 15, 1913. Sailed .^.u-. 26, 1915; arr. hone 
>c 10, 1920. See card. Passed away on December 31, 1950 in Lancaster, 
Wisconsin. 

v.T^ I.'inerva Haskell , dau. of Dr. H.G. Haskell of this mission, bo. 
PhillippopoUs, Bulgaria, May 18, 1869: prof, relig. '/Jest Marietta, 0. 
May 1832: studied at Painesville Sera. & Oberlin Coll. : emb. New York, 
Oct. 11, 1390: arr. Samokov, Nov. 3, '90.: Vis. U.S. arr. N.I. July 26, 
1393. re-emb. Boston, Au-. U, 1900. arr. Samokov. Aug. 23. vis. U.S. 
arr. N.Y. Sept. 5, 1908. re-emb. N.Y. Aug. 28, 1909; Arr. home March 21, 
1913. See card for further details. Died in Claremont, California on 
I December 9, 1953. 

i A>-mes r^ry Baird, dau. of Rev. J.W. Baird of this mission: b. >bnastir, 

; Siropean Turkey, Aug. 8, 1876: prof, relig. Monastir 1887: studied in 

i Visnastir Girls Boarding School, American College, Constantinople, Oberlin 

i CoUe-e and Oberlin Kindergarten School: emb. N.Y. Sept. 3, 1898: arr. 

\ Samokov, Sent. 15; vis. U.S. arr. Boston, Sep. 1905. re-emb. N.Y. 

1 July 2h, 1907. A.F. Sep. '07. L.F. July. 'U, A.M. Aug. '14. Re-emb. 

i 

I Oct. 1920. Left Field Jun. '26. A.H.July. '26. Re-emb. Dec. -27. Began 



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Uth Term Dec. '27. 



1 gUzabeth Clapn Clarke, dau. of Rev. James F. Clarke, b. Philippopolis, 

I Blugaria, June 1, 1867; united with the mission church in Samokov, 1381: 

i studied at A.C.G.C, Dana Hall, Wellesley, and Kt. Holyoke College: joined 

W the mission in 1899. Vis. U.S. arr. f-bntreal, Aug. 31, 1907. re-emb. N.Y. 

] Aug. 1, 1903: Second Term Aug. 19, 1908. Sailed from .Am. .Aug. '19. L.F. 



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EUROPrAN TURK5Y MISSION 

J • 

3rd Terra. Sept. '25. Re-emb. Sep. 11, 1926. 4tr: Temi. Oct. 1, 1916. 
Retired July 1, 1932. Died in Bulgaria of pneumcn^a., Dec. 12, 1942. 



Jne.7. Louise Abbott : b. Fairfield, Vlch, July 20, 1£69. united with j 

Cons. Ch. Fairfield, 1882: studied at Univ. of I-JLrr., and ^sa.. School \ 

I 

t 

for Classical Studies, Rome, Italy: emb. Montreal. Aug. 24, 190?: A.F. | 

Sept. '07. L-.F. Aior. 24, '11. Re-emb. Jun. '12. Second Tenn -Jul. '12. .; 

! 
Sailed Feb. 27, '20. 3rd Term - Apr. 2, 1920. I:: 1^15 came to U.S. on i 

sick leave. Ar'd. Aug. 9. From Nov. 1913 to JUI7 1=14 in U.S. on a | 

i 

special, mission for funds for the Samokov School. Ar'd. Aug. 5, 1914. 
Died at Samokov, May 1, 1926, of influenza, pneur^^ls. 



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VffiSTJRN TURKEY MISSION 

Miss ion sri'^s 

William Schauffler Dodd , H.D. son of Edward I-l. Dodd for several years a 
member of this Mission; b. SciTrna, Turkey, Dec. 27th, 1360; prof. reli^. 
Mendhar-., N.J. Feb. 1370: <^ad. Coll. of N.J. 1331, Union Theol. Sera. 1384, 
Coll. Physicians & Surgeons, 1386, ord. at Boonton, N.J. June 1, '36. 
Presby. emb. N.I. July 24, 1336: arr. Cesarea, Nov, 20, 1336: vis. the 
U.S. arr. N.Y. June 29, 1396: re-emb. N.Y. Sep. 4, 1397: arr. Cesarea, 
Oct. 23;, '97: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Hay 31, 1906: re-emb. N.Y. Sept. 7, 
1907: Released in 1909, hut continued independently at Konia, Turkey. 

}^s, Dodd (Mary Louise Carter) b. New York City, I-!arch 21, 1363: prof. 
relis. Presb'n. Ch., New York, 1875: studied public and private schools 
and Normal College, N.Y.; mar. June 24, 1336: enb. N.Y. July 24, 1336: 
arr. Cesarea, Nov. 20, 1336: Vis. the U.S. arr. N.Y., June 29, 1396: 
re-emb. N.Y. Sept. 4, 1397: arr. Cesarea, Oct. 23, '97: Vis. U.S. arr. 
N.Y. Kay 31, 1906: re-emb. N.Y. Sept. 7, 1907. Released in 1909 but 
continued independently at Konia, Turkey. Died Oct. 31, 1934, at Ibnt- 
clair, N.J. 

Ja-nes McNau"-hton . b. Doniinionville, Ont., Can., Jan. 22, 1361: prof. 
relig. Kingston, Ont. 1330: studied Hanilton Collegiate Institute, Can.: 
erad. Queens College, Can., 1334: one year at Queen's Theol. Sem. two years 
at Union Theol. Sen.: ord. Rutherford Park, N.J., Xay 1337; emb, Boston, 
^pt. 8, '87: arr. Smyrna, Oct. 6. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. — 1399: re-emb. 
Boston, Sept. 12, 1900: arr. Snyrna Oct. 23, 1900. Vis U.S. Arr. N.Y. 
June 14, 1909: re-emb. Boston, Aug. 23, 1910: Arr. home July 26, 1915; 
D.Q. Queen' 3 Univ. Apr. 19l6. Sailed Apr. 23, 1919- Arr. home Sep. 



WE3T3^iM TURKEY MIS3IGtI '^^' 



25, 1930. Retired Apr. 16, 1931. Died July 11, 193B, CUfton Springs, 
N.Y- 

Vts. McMau^hton (Rebecca Gladding Jillson) See Vol. Ill, p. 5/).. mar. 
SnTi-na, June 23, 1?58: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y". June 14, 1909: re-emb. N.Y. 
Jan. 11, 1911: >xv. home July 26, 1915; Sailed Oct. 18, 1919; Arr. 
home Sept. 23, 1930. './as in U.S. in 1923 for a few mos, ret'g to field 
June 19. Retired Apr. 16, 1931. Died Nov. 29, 1947 at Claremont, 
California. Buried North End Burial Ground, Providence, R.I. 

Win jam Fry Sn^lish, b. Tuftonborou^h, N.H. February 6, 1363: prof, relig. 
t!a7 2, 1875: ^rad. Dartmouth Coll. 1832: Hartford. Sem. 1835: ord. Essex 
Junction, Vt., July 2, 1385. emb. Boston, Oct. 13, 1337: arr. Cons 'pie 
Nov. 11, '87: returned to U.S. arr. N.Y. May 19, 1892: released June 14, 
'92, 

Mrs. an,?lish (Janet Smith llcCrone) b. Hartford, Ct., August 1, 1363: prof. 
relis. Feb. 1376: grad. Hartford Hi.^h Sch. 1831: mar. May 19, 1835: emb. 
Boston, Oct. 30, 1837 arr. Cons 'pie Nov. 11, '87; returned to U.S. arr. 
N.Y. May 19, 1892: released June 14, 1392. 

George Sdward >j"hite . Son of Rev. Geo. H. VMte, formerly of the Cent. 
Turkey Ilission: b. liarash, Turkey, Oct. 14, 1361; prof, relig. Chester 
Center, Iowa, Apr. '73: grad. Iowa Coll. '82; Chicaso Sem. '87: ord. 
Waverly, la, Sept. 14, 1837. emb. N. York Oct. 11, 1390: arr. Marsovan 
Nov. 14, 1390. vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. June 6, 1898; re-emb. Boston June 
3, 1399. arr. Marsovan, July 7, 1399. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Aug. 1, 1909: 



n if . ii M j ||HH - Hj; ,; y;^ i ^ . ^... H ,,.. ,, H li .j , i,ii, mi„ ,,. 



VvESTSRN TlIRrlEY KI33ICN 

re-emb. N.Y. Oct. 19, 1910: .\rr. home July 11, 1916. Sailed Feb. 
l6, 1919; Arr. home Oct. 9, 1921;' Sailed Sept. 13, 1923. Arr. home 

Nov. 11, 1933: Sailed 1935. Ar. field Sept. 15, 1935. 
V/as in U.S. (with Mrs.W.) Apr. 1925-I-^r. 1926 for campaign purposes for 
Anatolia College. V»'as in U.S. fall 1927 for another campaign. Ret'd. 
to field Feb. 14, 1923. Was in U.S. (with l'X3. W. ) Nov. 2, '32, to 
y^y 5, 1933. Retired Nov. 4, 1934. Died April 27, 1946, Clarenont, 
California. See card. 

Mrs. White (Esther Burrill Robbins) b. 2-!uscatine, liiscatine Co., loiva, 
Feb. 20, 1360: prof, relig. Muscatine, la., 1372: studied at Iowa Coll. 
Grinnell: mar. Muscatine, la. June 29, 1337: emb. N.Y. Oct. 11, 1390: 
arr. >Iarsovan, Nov. 14, 1390: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. June 6, 1893: re-emb, 
Boston, June 3, 1399: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Aug. 1, 1909: re-erab. N.Y. 
Oct. 19, 1910. See above. Died June 13, 1950 at the hospital in 
Canandaiqua, N.Y. Ashes buried July 12, 1950 at Grinnell, Iowa. See card. 

Henry Knowles Win-^ate, b. Janesville, '..'is. May 23, 1865: prof, relig, 
1832: grad. Carleton Coll., Northfield, Minn. 1837 ^ Hartford Theol. Sem. 
1393: ord. Minneapolis, Minn. July 26, '93. emb. N.Y. Sept. 23, 1393: 
arr. Cesarea Dec. 16, 1S93: Vis. U.S. N.Y. May 10, 1901: re-emb. N.Y. 
Aug. 9, 1902. Arr. hone June 23, 1911; Sailed June 11, 1912; arr. hone 
Aug. 28, 1917; Sailed Kay 17, 1919; arr. hone June 18, 1920, Released 
1922. Died in Northfield, .Minn., Feb. 22, 1944. 



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V/ESTERN TURKEY MI5SI0M 

52. Addison Co., 

v rg. Vfln^ate (Jane Caroline Smith) See pas^e j5$,Mar. Madison, V/is/Aug. 8, 

T_393. emb. N.Y. Sept. 23, '93: arr. Cesarea Dec. l6, 1393: vis. U.S. 

arr. N.Y. Kay 10, 1901: re-emb. N.Y. Au-^. 9, 1902. Arr. home July 12, 1911; 

Sailed June 11, 1912. Arr. home Aug. 23, 1917. Released 1922. Died in 

?,'ew York City April 23, 1952. Mem'l. Service Northfield, Minn. May 2, 1952. 

See card. 

• 

Charles Trowbrid":e Ri??s, son of Rev. Edward Ri^gs of this aission: b, 

Marsovah, Turkev, Sent. 1, 1S71: orof. relig. ConstantinoTDle May 16, 1335: I 

I 

grad. Princeton College, 1393, Auburn Sem., 1900: ord. Auburn, N.Y. V^ 

7, 1900: emb. Boston, Aug. 4, 1900. arr. Marsovan Sept. 6. Vis. U.S. 
arr. N.Y. June 4, 1903: re-emb. N.Y. Aug. 17, 1909: Retired 1946. Died 
in Istanbul, Turkey on February 12, 1953. See card. 

Hrs. Rigrs (Mary Rendle Steele) b. Middlebury, Vt. Dec. 4, 1370. prof, relig. 

Middlebury 1386: studied at Burnham Sch. Northampton, Mass. mar. Germantown, ■ 

Pa., Jan. 9, 1900: emb. Boston Aug. 4, 1900. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. June 4, \ 

1903: re-emb. Aug. 17, 1909 from N.Y. Retired 1946. Died July 13, 1949 at 1 

Kiddlebury, Vermont. See card. I 



J 

Ernes t Croker Partridge, Shoreham, Vt. b. V/eybridge, Addison Co., Vt. Dec. 8, \ 

I 

1370; prof, relig. Longwood, Florida, 1374: grad. Oberlin College, 1395, * 

i 

Andover Sera. 1398: ord. Stoneham, Vt., Oct. 13, 1398. ecb. Boston Oct. 3, " 1 



1900. arr. Sivas Nov. 14, 1900. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. May 23, 1907: re-emb. ? 

N.Y.Sept. 26, 1903: Arr. home Aug. 24, 1915; Sailed July 13, 1917 (on sp. | 

j 

relief mission). Arr. home Aug. 15, 1913; Sailed Jan. 25, 1919. Arr. home i 

1920. Sailed Feb, 4, 1922; arr. home July 2, 1929; Sailed Jan. 24, 1931; arr. ) 
home Aug. 24, 1933. Retired Dec. 22, 1933. Died in Stow, Chio on May 4, 1955. 
See card. 



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■ Henrv Harrison Ri::.-^s , son of Rev. Sdwd. Ri-^gs, D,D., b. Sivas, V.'estem j 

I 
?ir.<ey, March 2, 1375: united v.lth the ridssion church at Iisrsovan in 1339: 

^ad. Carleton Colle-e 1396; Auburn Ihaol. 3er\.- licensed to preach by ! 

:a;/u^a Presbytery, Lennet, Iv'.Y. Anril 1901: enb. M.I. Au-3. 9, 1902: arr. 

Cesarea Oct. 3, 1902: vis. U.S. in saiiner of 1904 and re-eab. JUI7 23, 1904: 

t 

vis; U.S. arr. II. Y. Dec, 3, 1910: re-enib. N.Y. Apr. 25, 1912. Ca-e to U.S. [ 
arr. N.Y. A.U5. 22, 1917. Died suddenly on Au^. 17, 1943, in Jsrusalen., | 

i 

enroute to Syria. { 

I 
1 

:'t5. Ri~~s. (Annie Caroline Tracy) dau. of Rev. C.Z. Tracr, D.D. of 
:>-rsovan: b. l-Iarsovan, Tuncey, April 17, 1379: united with the ziission 
church in 1S90: grad. at i-It.Kolyoke College: nar. Athens, Pa. July 13, 1904: 
exb. N.Y. July 23, 1904: died at Harpoot, July 23, 1905 (see Oct. 1905 

Herald, p. 494. 

?-J3. Rl^.'zs (aiiaa Bamum) see page 84 * Vis. U.S. arr. K.Y.Dec. 3, 1910, -. 

re-emb. N.Y. Apr. 25, 1912. Died Harpoot, Apr. 27, 1917. See Herald 1 

• Aa^. 1917, p. 355. I 



i 



Herbert Ila rsena Allen (s3e pa^e 77) Re-appt'd. i-Iar. 17, 1903: enb. 1 

Boston, March 1911. Herald pages 103 & 117) Died at Constantinople Jan. 25, I 

mi. '^ ' i 

>^3. Allen (EUen Ropjs Ladd) sse page 77,. Re-aoptd. Mar. 17, 1903. | 

«=b. Boston, Aug,. 8, 1903: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Apr. 16, 1911. I 

I 

-^rbert ?n ffatt Ir-fin. b. Tov.-nship of Fenelon Victoria Co., Ontario, Feb. ] 

i 

^ <■?, 1^6^: united vn.th 1st Presb. Ch., Port Hope, Ont. May 1337:* grad. '■ 

'^Titoba Univ. I9OO. studied theolo^^ in Manitoba College <i grad. Knox \ 

-ollege Sept. 1902: ord. Central Park, 3.C. Oct. 30, 1902: ecb. Boston, [ 



us 



;f£^Trjl'i TU:-vK£Y MBSia^ 

p t 1 1903' ■^is. U.S. arr. lontreal Au;. i, 1910: Arr'd home Au^. ", 
;i_9lO; sailed Jul/ 20, 1911; ar'd home Aug. 12, 1919; Sailed r.'ov. 10, 1923. 
D D. t'imitoba, Anr. 1926. Died Nov. 17, 1927 at Old Phaleron, Greece. See 
Herald January '23. 

'.j-s. Irwin (Genevieve Du Val) b. 'r;ilmin3ton, Newcastle Co. Del. Oct. 3, 
1376: united with Presb. Ch., Winnipeg, I'ian., Jan. 13S9: studied in 
Provincial Normal Sch. and Manitoba College, Winnipeg: mar. Winnipeg 
Sept. 7, 1903: e.'ab. Boston Oct. 1, l903: vis U.S. arr. I-bntreal, Aug. 3, 
1910. Sailed July 20, 1911; Arr. home Aug. 12, 1919; Sailed Aug. 9, 192A; 
Ret'd to Canada after Yx. Irwin's death, retired from service. Died on 
Nove-.ber 1, 1952 at Ednonton, Alberta, Canada. Buried Winnipeg. See card. 

Sariuel Lee Caldwell, b. Charlotte, KcKeenbury Co., No. Carolina, March 2nd, 
1367: united with Baptist Ch., Reedsville No. Carolina ; grad. Carleton 
College, 1397: tutor in Smyrna International College prior to appointment, 
aopt'd. Sent. 3, 1903: vis. U.S. 1907-03, re-emb. N.Y. Aug. 22, 1903 
Arr. hone July 1919; Sailed July 13, 1920; Arr. hone 1923, Sailed 1929; 
Arr, hom^ July 5, 1932. Retired Jun3 15, 1932. Die-; La.guna Beach, CaUf. 
June 17, 1943. 

Mrs. Caldwell (Carrie Bruggeneate ) b. St. Johnsville, I-£)ntgonery Co., New 
York, Nov. 20, 1871: united with Cong'l. Church, Northfield, Klnn., 1596: 
studied at Carleton College: mar. St.Paul,Mjin. , Nov. 11, 139': appt'd. 
Seot. 3, 1903. vis. U.S. 1907-3: re-enb. N.Y. Aug. 22, 1908; Arr. home 
Oct. 10, 1917; Sailed July 13, 1920; arr. homa Oct. 19, 1922; Sailed. 
Aug. 3, 192A; arr. home 1923: Sailed 1929: Arr. home July 5/32. Retired 
June 5, 1932. Died in hospital, New Haven, Connecticut, Nov. 20, 1963. 



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WB3TER?J TUPJCSY ; MISSION 

"harles KelJop;'^ Tracy , son of Rev.C.C. Tracy, iJ.D. of Marsovan: b. 
•larsovan i:ar. IZ*, 1374: united v/ith the church in Constantinople 1356: 
;rad. Cberlin Collate, 1397, and Hartford Theological Se:,i. 1904: ord. 
Hartford, May 27, 1934: enb. Boston, Aug. 30, 1904. Arr. home January 3, 
1912. Died Caaden, M.J. (residance Haddonfi?ld) Ajg. 22, I965 

"ts . Tracy (Kay Belle Sher.ian), b. Norvdch, Conn. Jan. 24, 1879: united 
with Confj'l Ch., Norwich 1394: studied in Norvdch Free Acad, and Norwich 
Art School: roar, Norwich, June 29, 1904: emb. Boston, Aug. 30, 1904. 
Arr. home Jan. 3, 1912. 

Theodore .'O.len SLr.er, b. Fairton, N.J. Nov. 14, 1371: united vdth the 
Presb.'Ch. of Fairton, 1336: grad. Lafayette Col. 1394, Princeton Univ. 
1S96 and Princeton Theol. Se:a. 1397: ord. 1st Presb. Ch. Bridgeton, N.J., 
April 1397: was professor in Jaffna Collej^e, Ceylon for five years, return- 
ing to the U.S. in 1902: acted as professor of noral philosophy, and Hebrew 
in Lafayette College until 1905 when he entered the service of the Board: 
eob. N.Y. July 19, 1905: Arr. home Aug. 1, 1912; Sailed Feb. 27, 1913; Arr. 
home Mar. 11, 1920; Sailed Aug. 17, 1920. In U.S. Oct. 4, 1915 - July 13, 
1917 because of unsettled conditions in lUrkey. Since 1917 w;re engaged in 
special relief & educational work, not directly connected \iith the American 
Board. Died Feb. 25, 1964, at age of 92, in Safety Karoor, Florida. 

.-•rs. ^impi- (Henrietta Ilary Horsley) dau. of Rev. Hu^h Horsley, rriissionary 
under the Church Missionary Society in Ceylon: born Kodai Kahal, Pulney 
f^ls. So. India, I-lay 15, 1379: coniinaed in Church of England,* Trenton, 
-"^?. 1895: studied in Ormes Girls' School, Newcastle, Staffs. Zhg.: mar. 



• • . westsr:^ tikaeYiOssion 

! * ■ — ~ 

\-llore, Jaf ma, Ceylon, Dec. 1st, 1399: eab. IJ.r. July 19, 1905: Arr. 
i^ze Aug. 1, 1912; Sailed Nov. l6, 1912: -Arr. hone 1915; Sailed Au^. 17, 
1^20. (See Kr. Elmer ) 

I 

•^-'-la s Joseph Smith ?er-'uson , b. Blackstock, Co. Durhan, Prov. of Ontario, 
Canada, Au-:^. 14, 1S70: united with Presb. Ch. Blackstock, Xonas, 1394i 
-rad. Queen's Univ. 1-398 & Queen's Theol. San. 1903. ord. Didsbury, j 

Alberta, Can. June 1903: joined the mission in the suniaer of 1909: re- 
leased July 26, 1910. 

I 

:'rs. Fer-Tuson (Any Spencer) b. Vfoodgreen, London, £n:j., Nov. 6, 1?84. 

'united '.^^.th 1st Baptist Ch. of Brantford, Ont., of /.tiich her father tvas 

^pastor,- in 1396: studied at Brantford Collegiate Inst., and Queen's 

"Jhiv. and Ha.-rilton Nornal Col. mar. Banff, Alberta, Can. Dec. 3, 1907: 

; joined the mission in the sa^uner of 1909: released July 26, 1910, 



iwith the Old South Cong'l. Church of '.Worcester, March 1904: grad. Boston 

t 
Univ., A.M. 1903 and Union Theol. Sem, 1910: for two years after graduating 

! 

!fron Boston, Univ. he taught in V.'orcester Polytechic: ord. V.'ellesley Hills 

Feb. 15, 1911: «^b. N.Y. I!ar. 25, 1911. Died (murdered) Aug. 13, 1913 at 

Soushehir, Turkey. See loLssy. Herald, Oct. 1913. 

I Frederich ':IiH i ? ". : '.ac al la^ (Transferred from 3. Turkey to Cent. Mss. & 
y-ar. 2, 1909 to the VJestern Turkey Vlss., (See pages 65, 76, • ^/'is. U.S. 
June 1911. Retired June 1, 1933. DiBd November 23, 1945, Istanbul Turkey. 

yjs. :iacallun (Henrietta liima Reid) Transferred from £. Turkey to Cent. 

Turkey Mar. 2, 1909 to the v;. Turkey lass: See pages 65, 72. V'is. U.S. 
arrived in ll.Y. Aug. 3, 1910. 



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Charles Henrr Holbrcok. b. Salen, Essex Co., Mass. Nov. 9, r3-30: united | 



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Miaslonary Physicians 

Thomas Spees Carrin-ton, M.D. b. New York City, Aug. 12, 1863: prof. 

relig. Preab, Ch. Jamaica, L.I., N.Y. 1380: studied St.Pauls School 

Garden City, N.Y., Colorado SUte School Mines, (i^jsa Med. Col., Denver, 

V-"^ Colo., Phila. Polyclinic Hospital, Phila College of Pharmacy & Jefferson 
A" . . 
jX"^"^ t C^J^'^' ^^* I-a^ratories: practiced medicine in Philadelphiat emb. N.Y. 

->k :^ Sept. 4, 1897: vis. America arr. ^bntreal Aug. 4, 1904: re-eab. Boston 



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^ril 7, 1906. returned to U.S. 1909: released June 8, 1909, 

Mrs. Carrin^n (Phebe W. Jacques) b. Washingtonville, N.Y. Feb, 24, 
1868: prof, relig. Presb. Ch. Newburgh, N.Y. 1878: studied Gormley 
Sem. Newburgh, N.Y. & Gross Med. College, Denver: mar. Denver Sept. 8, 
1891: emb. H.Y. Sept. 4, 1397. vis. U.S. arr. Boston, June 27, 1904. 
w-emb. Boston, April 7, 1906. returned to U.S. in 1909: released June 
8, 1909. 

Charles Ernest Clark: b. Brattleboro; Windham Co., VT. Feb. 21, 1875: 
united with Cong'l. Ch., West Brattleboro, 7t. 1889: grad. Dartmouth 
College 1S98: studied medicine at the University of Michigan, emb. N.Y. 
*»l7 22, 1903: vis U.S. arr. Brattleboro, Vt. June 18, 1910. re-emb. 
H.T. June 1, 1911. Died Gaziantep, Turkey, April 2^, 1942. See card. 

!&2._Clark (Iha Van IJ,^^^ Clawson) b. Eaton Rapids, Eaton Co., Mich. March 
^» 1875: united with Presb.. Ch., Detroit, Mich., 1889: grad. University 
o^ Michigan: mar. Royal Oak, Mich. June 11, 1903: emb. N.Y. Jul'y 22, 1903: 



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vis, U.S. arr. Brattleboro, Vt., June 18, 1910; re-©mb.June 1, 1911, 
K.T. Died on June 2, I960 at Evansdale (Waterloo), Iowa. See card, 

Wilfred McHvalne Post, son of Rev. Dr. George S, Post, missionary of 
the Presb. Board at Beirut, Syria: b. Beirut, Oct. 25, 1876: united 
idth the Ajiglo-American Ch., Beirut, 1889: grad. Princeton Univ. 1897, 
and studied 2 yrs. in Syria Protestant Col., Beirut and 2 tts Col. of 
Physicians L Surgeons, Columbia Univ., N.I.City. emb. 1904 At 
Talas Served till 1910. Died January 20, 1966 at Nassau Hospital, 
Williston Paric, Long Island. 

Krs. Post (Annie Gardner Stabb) b. Brooklyn, N.Y., Apr. 24, 1877: 
confirmed in Episcopal Ch., 1893: studied in Bible Teachers College, 
N.T. City and Presb. Hospital Training Sch. for Nurses, N.Y. City: 
«ar. Died September 9, 1925. New Toric. 

Alden Robbins Hoover, b, Muscatine, Iowa. Jan. 6, 1877: united with 
Cong'l.Ch., Muscatine 1890: grad. Univ. of Iowa, Collegiate and Medical 
Depts. emb. Boston, Aug. 2, 1906: Arr. home July 28, 1914; Sailed May 
8, 1915; Arr. U.S. Jan. 1916. Resigned Apr. 1, 1919. 1919 went to 
Const., connected with Med. Dept. Const, Col. until 1923, when he re- 
turned to U.S.. During furlough 1914-15 rec'd M.S., Iowa State Iftiiv. 
S«e card. Died at Elizabeth, N.J. on ^ril 1940. 

>fr8. Hoover (Esther Finger) b, Oshkosh, Wis. Nov. 17, 1880: united 
^th Ger. Cong.Ch. Davenport, la., of which her father was pastor in 
1905 J studied at Tankton College & a summer quarter each at Chicago 



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•Mir, 4 lo^** State Normal; mar. Chicago, June 27, 1906: e::ib. Boston 
tog. 2,1906. Arr, home July 28, 1914. See card. Died at Ivy, Virginia 
on torch 26, 1948. 

Jesse Krikore Harden, iM«D» , son of Rev, Henry tlarden, b. at Aintab, 
Turkey, >Iarch 10, 1S72: xinited with the Cong'l. Ch., N. Leominster, Mass.: 
grad. Dartmouth Col. 189- and med. Dept. of Univ. of Hich. 1393: labored. 
u a physician for several years in Turkey before appointment; nar. Miss 
l.H. torley, foraerly of Cent.Toricey Miss. July 15, 1908. Apptd. March 
6, 1910. Rat. to U.S. arr, N.I. July 8, 1916. See card- Passed^away 
K&rch 21, 1949 at Claremont, California. 

Mrs. Marden (Lucy H. Iforley) - see page 73. Re-appted missy. Mar, 8, 

1910. Ret. to U.S. arr. N.Y. July 8, 1916, See card. 

Assistant Missionaries 

Marion Evarta Sheldon, b. West Newton Middlesex Co., Mass., June 26, 1861: 

prof, relig. West Newton, Jan. 3, 1874 J studied Newton pub, schls, and 

Wellesley Coll.: emb. Boston Sept. 16, 1886: vis, U.S. arr. S.I. July 22, 

1892. re-emb. N.I. Mar. 18, 1893: arr. Adabazar, April 4, 1893. Left 

Adabazar, Not, 1893, reached U.S. Dec. 1898. In West JJewton, Mass. 1898- 

1916, In Ashland, Ky. 1916 to 1928, Re-emb. New lork Aa^. 16, 1928; ar. 

Istanbul Turkey Sept. 6, 1928; teacher and librarian in. American Acadany 

for Girls, Scutari, Istanbul; visited U.S. June 20, 19J7. ro-emb. April 

2, 1938; ar, Scutari, Istanbul, April 18, 1938. From S«pt. 1938 to June 

(Rumeli Hisar - Ruaeli Hisari) 
1939 resided in Ronmeli Hissar, Istanbul, and woi^ed in library of 

the Service Center (l.W.C.A.) in Stamboul, Left Istanbul Juno 11, 1939; 



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ar. at Aubumdale, Mass, June 23, 1939. Miss Sheldon passed awa7 at 
a nursing home in Aubumdale on April 12, 1948 after a stroke of apople^ty. 
The service was held at the Second Church in Newton, West Newton, Mass. 
on April 15. 

Jana Caroline Smith , dau. of Rev. John F. Smith of same miss, b, 
Marsovan, Turkey, April 25, 1865; prof, relig. June 1879: studied 
Marsovan Girls Bdg. Sch., Home Sch. Consple, High Sch. Madison, VJis., 

Montlcello Sea. HI.: emb. Boston, Sep, 8, 'S?: arr. Vis. U.S. 1893. 

mar. at Madison, '..'is. Aug. 8, 1893, to Rev. Henry K. Wingate (see page H^). 
Died New Tork City, April 23, 1952. Ifem'l. service, Northfield, Minn. 
May 2, 1952. 

Heleii Lucy Wells, b, Lenox, Bericshire Co., Mass., Dec. 25, 1862: prof. 
relig. Jan. 1, 1887: studied Oberlin College, and Iowa Coll.: emb. Boston, 
Sept, 8, 1887: arr. Broosa, Oct. 11, '87: released Oct. 22, 1889: arr. 
Boston, Feb. 17, 1890: mar. Mr. Kelsey, Seattle, Wash. Feb. 
1890. 

Hary Bnilia Brewer , bom New Haven, Conn. Dec. 3, 1863: prof, relig. 
1876: studied at a private school in Stockbridge, Mass, and at Iowa 
College, Grinnell, Iowa: emb. Boston, Sept. 8, 1888: Vis. U.S. arr. 
H.r. June 6, 1898, re-emb. N.T. Aug. 9, 1899: returned to U.S. on 
accoTint of Illness, arr. N.Y. June 14, 1902, Died Iowa State rfcsp, 
Mt.Pleasant, Iowa. May 25, 1946. Buried Grinnell, Iowa. Brother wrote 
that after she was stricken with typhoid fever she never recovered her 

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Ttertha Smith, dau. of Rev. J.F. Soith of this mission, b. Marsovan, 
Itirkey, Mar. 2, 1868. prof, relig. Constantinople, 1880: studied 
Montlcello, Sera., Godfrey, HI.: emb. New York, Oct. 2, 1889: arr. 
Marsovan, Nov. U, '89: Died near Marsovan July 30, 1892. 

Snsan Hawley Qlmstead, b. New Haven, Ct., April 24, 1865; prof, relig. 

New Haven, 1877: studied at Univ. of Minn.; emb. New YoiSs, Oct. 2, 1889; 

arr. Consple Nov. 4, 'S9: vis the U.S. arr. N.Y. July 13, 1896: re- 
leased April 5, 1898 

Uzzie Enma Kirtland . b. Wallingford, New Haven Co., Ct,, May 25, 1866: 
prof, relig. Yaleville, Ct., 1880: studied Jinn. State Univ.: emb. New 
York. Oct. 2, 1889: arr. Smyrna, Nov. 12, 1889: Released li&j 12, 1891. 

Anna Bancroft Jones , b. Columbia, Franklin Co., Ohio, May 2, 1862: prof. 
relig. Paddy's Run, 1874: studied at Granville Female College: erab. 
Boston, April 26, 1390: vis. U.S. in 1897: re-emb. N.Y. Aug. 14, 1397. 
Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 31, 1903. re-emb. Jan. 12, 1904: Arr. home 
June 12, 1912; Sailed Mar. 1, 1913; Arr. home Nov. 19, 1919; Sailed Dec. 
18, 1920; Arr. home Aug. 25, 1930. Retired July 20, 1931. Died at Newton- 
Wellesley Hospital, Newton Lower Falls, Mass., November 7, 1947 after shock 
that morning. 

Johanna Ziirmer; b. Plagnitz, near Leipzig, Saxony, Germany, July 26, 1357: 
prof, relig. 1871 Leipzig (Swiss Reformed Church) studied in Leipzig, enb. 
Hew York, July 30, 1890: released Oct. 31, 1899. 



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T. yxiia Ann Qile ; b. No. Andover, Essex Co., Mass. Mar. 14, 1869: prof, 
relig. No. Andover, 1335: studied at Mt. Holyoke Sem. & Coll.: emb. 
Boston, Aug. 16, 1890: arr. Constantinople, Sept. 13, 1890: released 
Juno 7, 1892. mar. Prof. Stephen Panaretoff of Robert College at Consple 
July 1892. Died April 1, 1931 at Washington, D.C. 

Cornelia Storrs Bartlett . dau. of Rev. Lyman Bartlett of this mission: b, 
Columbus, N.Y. 1360: prof, relig. Cons 'pie 1373: studied at Wellesley 
Coll: engaged in kindergarten work in Smyrna five yrs. before appt'd: via. 
U.S. 1889:, emb. New Yoric, Oct. 11, 1890: arr. Smyrna, Nov. 22, '90: vis. 
U.S. arr. N.Y. Feb, 6, 1896: re-emb. Boston, Jan. 4, 1899: arr. anyma, 
Jan. 31, «99. Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, June 13, 1904. Did not return. 

Susan Cleveland Hyde, b. Norwich, New London Co,, Conn., Aug, 30, 1866: 
prof, relig. Norwich, Sept. 1882: studied at Mt, Holyoke: (Class 1888): 
enb. N.Y. Aug. 5, 1391: arr. Cons'ple. Aug. 28, '91: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 
Oct. 23, 1897: re-emb. N.Y. Oct. 8, '98: arr. Adabazar Nov. 7. Resigned 
and returned to U.S. 1902. 1902-1941 in Norwich, Conn, Died in Norwich, 
Conn, on June 13, 1956 after a short illness. Member of the Cong'l. Church 
Horwich Town where the service was held on June 15. Obit, notice in July 
18, 1956 issue of ADVANCE p. 27. (Her mother was a first cousin of Pres. 
Qporer Cleveland, 

Florence S. Griswold . b. Guilford, New Haven Co,, Conn,, Oct, 15, 1869: 
prof, relig. Guilford, May 1889: studied at Mt. Holyoke Sem. & Coll: emb, 

» 

Mew York, Nov, 14, 1891: arr. Cons'ple Dec, 4, '91: Released, Nov, 8, 
1898. Died February 22, 1928 - Guilford, Conn. 



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Snsan DwJPiht Rle^t^a, dau. of Rev. Edvard Riggs of this mission: b, Sivas, 
Xurkej, July 1, 1370: prof, relig, Consp'le 1382: studied at Elmira 
Coll. Elmira, N.T. aab. Boston, July 30, 1892: Vis. 0.3. arr. N.T. July 
28, 1902. Mar. Mr. Dana K. Getchell, I-Iarsovan, Aug. 4. 1904. (See p. 60). 
Died June 11, 1959 at Clareaont, Calif. See card. 

Frances Cousoas Ga^e, St. Paul, Minn. b. Quincy, Mass. Oct. 14, 1863: 
prof, relig, 1875. grad. Carleton, Coll. 1890: emb. Boston Aug. 5, 1893: 
arr. Cons 'pie Sept. 14. Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, Oct. 29, 1393: released 
Oct. 30, 1900. In 1913 went back to TSirkey under the Int'nal. Y.W.C.A. 
Died July 15, 1917 at Marsovan. See Herald Oct. 1917 p. 445. 

Martha Anne Kln^. Minneapolis, Minn. b. Minneapolis, Dec, 26, 1367: 
prof, relig. Paric Atb. Cong. Ch., May 1883. grad. Carleton Coll. 1891: 
emb, Boston Aug, 5, 1S^3: arr. Cons'ple Sept. 14: Died at Jfarsovan, 
Feb. 1, 1896. (See April '96 Herald - p. 143). 

Sarah Havens Earlov . b. Florida, Orange Co. N.T. Oct. 20, 1867, 
daughter of Hct. Henry A. Harlow: prof, relig. Aug. 1881, uniting with 
Presb. Ch., Goshen, N.T. ; grad. at Northfield Sem. and Wellesley College: 
arr. Smyrna Oct. 17, 1893: released March 17, 1896 

Annie Mildred Barker, b. Sheffield, New Brunswick, Can. Oct. 26, 1864: 
prof, relig. 1836: gr^d. Provincial Normal School, Frederickton: emb. 
Boston, Aug. 4, 1894: arr. Cons'ple, Sept. 8. Vis. U.S. arr. Halifax, 
H.I. Aug. 23, 1901: re-emb. Boston, Aug. 13, 1902: Vis. U.S. 1905. 



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Be-«nb. from New York Sep. 1, 1905. Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, July 8, 
1907. Sailed Sept. 13, 1911; ar'd home May 21, 1919; Sailed Aug. 
17, 1920; ar'd home Sept, 17, 1927; Sailed Sept. 20, 1928. Retired 
Oct. 26, 1934, on field. Returned to U.S. Dec. 1946. Died in West 
Newton, Mass, on October 7, 1950. See card. 

Use (Elizabeth) Charlotte Pohl, b. Dresden, Saxony, Germany, Apr. 26th 
1868: united with the ^toravian Brethren in GnadAUj near Magdeburg, 
Germany, 1334-: studied in Girls' College in Dresden, Sch, of the 
Moravian Bretliren Giadau, and Royal Teachers' College, Dresden: emb. 
N.y. Sept. 5, 1894: arr. Smyrna, Oct. 4: Vis. U.S. in 1901 and re-emb. 

Apr. 10, 1902, returning to her mission via Germany. Arr, home : 

Sailed Sept. 3, 1909; Left field Mar. 1919; Arr. home : Sailed 

: Arr. field Dec. 1923; arr. home Aug. 10, 1928; Sailed Dec. 

7, 1929. In Germany summer 1914. Was in Red Cross work in Dresden. 
Retired in Athens Jan. 1936. Died at La Puente, Calif, on October 11, 
1958. See card. 



Isabel Saunders, b. Battle Creek, Calhoun Co., Mich,, Sept. 10, 1869: 

prof, relig. April 25, 1388 uniting with Episcopal Ch. Grand Rapids, ' 

Mich, I studied in Grand Rapids Kindergarten Sch., and Business College: \ 

«nb. N.Y. Sept. 5, 1394: arr. Smyrna, Oct. 4; released Aug. 16, 1898: j 

»rr, H.Y. April 10, •99. 

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Cora Addle Nason, b. Smyrna, Chenango Co., N.Y. Dec. 13, 1864: prof. ? 

i 

«'«lig. East Smithfield, Pa., 1875: studied at Carlton College, North- ] 

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■field, Minn^ta: endb. N.Y. Oct. 13, 1894: arr. Cesarea Dec., 26. j 

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Minnie B« Mills, b. Magnolia, Harrison Co., Iowa, Sept, lA., 1872, prof. 
relig. 1884: studied at Olivet College, engaged in teaching: emb. N.Y. 

Sept. 4, 1897. arr. Smyrna Sept. 28: via. U.S Re-emb, Boston 

Aug. 23, 1905. Died March 30, 1965 at Bellevue Manor Nursing Home, 150 - 
102nd St., S.E., Bellevue, Washington. 

Marie Auguste Hoffman, b, Neustadt, West Preussen, Germany, July 3» 1862: 
confirmed in the Lutheran Church, Berlin when l6 years of age: educated 
in Gennany: in N.I. studied & became a trained nurse: emb, N.Y. Sept. 
kt 1397. arr. Cesarea Oct. 25, 1897. Released Nov. 22, 1898. 

Charlotte Richards Willard, b. Fairhaven, Mass. Sept. 20, I860: united 
vith Ch. of wh. her father was pastor in 1871. grad. Smith College 1883: 

8tudi^ one year at Harvard Annex: taught in Carleton College: emb 

1897: vis. U.S. arr. N.I. June 19, 1899: re-emb. Boston, Apr. 27,1901. 
71s. U.S. in 1908: re-emb. Boston, Aug. 4. 1909. Lv. of absence June- 
Sept. 1912. Ar'd. home Nov. 19, 1919; (L.H.D. 1922 -Smith). Sailed Feb. 
25, 1922; In U.S. summer 1925. Ar'd home Feb. 24, 1930. Died at Chicago, 
ni. Oct. 1, 1930. 

Bnily Clarabel Piatt, b. Pictou, Prince Edward Co., Ontario, Canada, Jan. 
18, 1868: prof, relig. Meth. Church, Pictou, 1880: studied in Univeristy 
of Toronto; emb. N.Y. Aug. 17, 1899. arr. Smyrna, Oct. 1, '99; Arr. home 
Aag. 20, 1911. Died in Toronto, Canada, July 19, 1953. 



WESTERN TURKEY ICSSION 

MAT f Ella Kinney : b. Boston, Suffolk Co., Mass. Oct. 2?, 1874. prof, 
relig. Rojd5ur7, 1890: grad. from Ga.rls' High and Boston Normal Schools 
1396: emb. Boston, Oct. 18, 1899. Vis. U.S. arr. N.I. July 30, 1906: 
re-cjnb. N.Y. Aug. 7, 1907. Ar'd home July 2, 1914 J Sailed Sept. 7, 1916; 
(S«pt. 1916 sailed for Egypt to engage in relief work for Armenian refugees) 
Ir'd. home May 8, 1925j Sailed Aug. 13, 1925. Died in Constantliiople 
Feb. 7, 1930. 

Hary Louise Graffaa : b. >bnson, Piefiataquis Co., Me. May 11, 1871: united 
with Cong'l. Ch. Andover, Mass. 1885: studied in Punchard School, Andover, 
and Oberlin Coll. enb. Boston, Aug. 14, 1901. Vis. U.S. 1909-10: re-emb. 
K.T. June 18, 1910. Received decoration of Red Crescent by Imperial Irade 
froa Turkish government for distinguished service in relief work in Sivas 
fooetime before 1917. (Honary M.A. Oberlin 1917). Died In Sivas, Turkey 
on August 17, 1921. Miss. Herald 1921 - pg. 345, 

Kary Eliz abeth Ward, dau. of Langdon S. Ward, for many years Treas. of the 
to. Board: b. Brookline, Norfolk Co., Mass. Sept. 19, 1874: prof, relig. 
l»t Cong. Ch. Nevfton, 1388: grad. Mt, Holyoke College 1897: emb. Boston, 
Aa«. 4, 1900. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Aug. 11, 1907: re-emb. N.Y. Aug. 1, 19O8. 
S«« card for further details. Died at Medfield, Ifess. on November 16, I960. 
(Hc«ae: Newton Highlands) 

}j:^rr y^p^ le Foote - Transferred from Central Turkey (See page 72.) 
O'^nsferred to the Eastern Turkey Mission March 7, I905 (See page 72 ). 

^ga DarU ng Cushman . b. Burlington, Otsego Co. N.Y. July 20, 1863: prof. 
'*^. Presb. Ch. New Berlin, N.Y. 1887: studied in public schools & 
^ College, Manhattan, Kan., grad. in nursing Paterson, N.J,: Apt'd. 



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June 5, 1900. emb. ... 1900: vis. U.S. arr. N.T. Maj 31, 1906. 
released June 25, 1907. Died Dec. 31, 1930, at Cairo, Egypt. 

Sophie Sherman Holt , b. Somerville, Middlesex Ck>., Mass, Feb, 18, 1876i 
united with Church of Christ, Minneapolis, Minn. 1888. Studied in North- 
western Christian College and Univ. of Minnesota: emb. Boston, July 31, 
1901: Released Aug. 25, 1903: arr. N.I. July 16, 1903. Returned for a 
tern of 3 years, emb. Boston Aug. 6, 1910. Fully appointed 1913 (Jan. 21). 
Arr. home Sept. 20, 1915; Sailed Feb. 16, 1919. Arr. home June 16, 1922. 
Died February 22, I960 near Pasadena, California. See card, 

Stella Nelson Longbridge. b. Albia, Iowa, Jan. 18, 1371: united with 
Cong'l. Ch, Lincoln, Nebr. 1884: studied in Doane College and Md. State 
Univ.: emb. Boston, Sept. 18, 1901: arr. Cesarea Nov. 2; vis. U.S. arr. 
Boston, June 23, 1908: re-emb. Boston, Aug. U, 1909. Died January 5, 
1963 in Sacramento, California. For further information see card . 

Charlotte Payson Halsey : b. Galesburg, HI. Aug. 6, 1875: united with 
2nd Presb. Ch. Evanston, HI. 1886: studied in Northfield Sem, and Gales- 
burg Kindergarten Normal: emb. Boston, Sept, 18, 1901: arr, Smyrna, Nov, 
9: Via, U.S. arr. Boston, Aug. 8, 1907. re-«nb. San Francisco, May 9,1908. 
released June 8, 1909. 

Mary West Riggs dau. of Rev. Edward Riggs, b. Sivas, Turkey Dec. U, 1873. 
united with the mission church 1887: studied at Klmira College, N.T. : anb. 
Boston, Sept. 17, 1902: arr. Smyrna Oct. 12. vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Nov. 24, 
1909. re-emb. Boston, Aug. 6, 1910: Arr. home July 25, 19l6j sailed 



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Feb. 16, 1919; Arr. home Sept. 25, 1925. Resiained in U.S. for family 
reasons. Passed awaj in Claremont, California on September 25, 1943. 
See card. 

Susan Wealthy Orvis, b. Atlanta, Logan Co., HI,, Dec, 20, 1878; united 
with Cong, CH, Bladen, Neb, May 9, 1886; studied in Iowa Col, Acadeiny 
and Iowa State College, also Moody Bible Institute; emb. Boston, Sept, 
17, 1902, arr, Cesarea, Oct, 8, 1902, vis, U.S. arr, Boston, Aug, 5, 
1909: re-eaib. N.Y. Aug. 31, 1910: Arr. home Nov. 16, 1914: M.A. Univ. 
of Qilcago 1915; Sailed July 18, 1917. Arr. home Feb. 11, 1923; sail- 
ed Sept. 1, 1926; In 1930-31 was in Austria, later Egypt, for health 
reasons, ret'd to Istanbul Apr. 1931. Arr. home Nov. 1, 1932. Retired 
to Honor Roll Nov. 1, 1933. Died Jan. 10, 1941, at Earlville, Iowa. 

Adelaide Susan Dwight, daughter of Rev. H.O. Dwight, formerly of this 
mission; b. Constantinople, Turkey July 24, 1878: united with Cong'l. 
Church, Constantinople 1892: studied in Am. Col. for Girls Cons 'pie and 
Smith College: emb. Boston Sept. 17, 1902: arr. Cesarea Oct. 8, 1902: 
Vis. U.S. arr. N.I. July 31, 1906. re-emb. N.Y. Apr. 9, 1908. 

Annte Teresa Allen , dau. of Rev. O.P. Allen of the Eastern Turicey Miss., • 

b. Harpoot, Dec. 21, 1868: united with mission church, Harpoot 1880: 

studied at Mt. Holyoke, Bible Normal College, Springfield: emb. Boston, 

Aug. 8, 1903: vis U.S. arr. N.Y. Aug. 25, 1909: Died in Sivas, Turkey 

Feb. 2, 1922. Miss. Herald 1922 pg 88. ' | 

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Nina Ellen Rice b. Penfield, Lorain Co., Ohio, Jan. 26, 1878: united with 
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studied at 1.3 Angeles, CaX., state No^aZ SCool a„d Po^na College- 
^. Boston, Oct. X, .^3= ,13. a.S. a.. „.,. ,^ ^^^^ ^,^„^ ^^^^ 
ius. U, 19U, Arr. ho«e Jul^ u. 1916; S,lled Oct. IS, i,x,. ^ 
he.., .una 30, 19^, sailed Sept. ,, 19,5, ^,. ^,^ ,^^ ^; ^^^^ 
Betlred Sept. 27, 1933. Died In Cla.e„nt, Call.. c„ Oct. 5, 1953 ' 



See card. 



Dana King Getr^h.n , b. Qlencoe, McLeod Co m^ 

, McLeod Co., Mim. May 10, 1870: united 

»™. 1399: tuto. t>.ee .ea„ 1. ^.xia CoUe.e .e.o„ ap^l„.„,„,, 
appf d. Sept. 1, 1903: Retired 1937 p^<„«h 

^^^' "^^"^"'^ ^^^ ^ Claremont, California 
oa November 1, 1950. See card. 

Krs. GetchftTI (Susan Dwl^ht P-? -,=,«, ^ 

-— ■' "^ShtRlsgs) seepage 55. Kar. fersovan, Aug. 4, 

IW. Died June 11, 1959 1. Claremont, OaUf. See card. 

agn Griffith^,,, b. Des Ifclnee, Io«, j„ o, ,.,, 

, iowa, Jan. 28, 1866: united irtth the 

e-pUet Ch. 1879= studied at lo. aute ^.. and WeUesle, OoUege- 
•*. Boeton, Aug. 17, 190,: r... V.S. arr. N.x. Jan. 10, 19O8. 

fe«»_Lillian F. Cole .^pwn^ , b. Tenaflv M T * 

^ ienariy, N.J. Aug. 31, 1870: in 1883 

--". a Con.1. c, but at tl. o. leaving the count. ^ . .^, 
J a .l^ee .pl^copal C, ...ntclalr, ..J... studied 1„ pu.lxc achoole and 
Ji«d training In >.untal. side Hospital TralM^g SC. .or Nurses, 
*»'=lUr, K.J. 1892: ,™. ijQi- vis u , 

•'• ^■■- "•'^•^'^ 31, 1906: 
-«^. K.r. Jul. 15, 1907= Died at Sa^He .eteran. Hospital In X.,. 
•^•l". Calif, on Au^st 12, 1955. See card ^ ft^^^ ^^^^_ 



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Jeannle Lotiise Jlllson, b. Jamaica Plain, Mass. j^ril 19, 186?: united 
with the Central Cong. Church of Providence, R.I. in 1880: studied at 
Abbot AcadffliQr, Andover and Bnerson College of Oratorx, Boston; in 1902 
went to Siayroa to assist her sister, Mrs. J. P. McNaughton, in teaching 
her children and also to help in the Smyrna Collegiate Institute: 
appointed July 12, 1904: vis. U.S. in 1909 - re-emb. Boston, July 9, 
1910, Died at McCabe Rest Home, Claremont, California, May 11, 1964. 

Mary Carolyn Fowle. dau. of Rev. James L. Fowle, b. Talas, Turkey, April 
23, 1831: united with Ist Cong. Ch., Wobum, Mass. 1896 having previously 
united with the mission ch. in Talas June 1895: grad. Mt. Holyoke Col.: 
«nb, M.r. May 10, 1906: returned to U.S. on account of ill health, arr. 
Feb. 1907. Bnb. Aug. 7, '07. Died at Sivas Nov. 22 (24), 1916. See 
card. For date of death see Feb, 1917 Missionary Herald, page 74. 

Madeline Gile . b. Haverhill, Essex Co., Mass., June 10, 1875 (3?); united 
with North Cong'l. Ch., Haverhill, March 1890 in ^yannis Normal. Haverhill 
Training School, and Bridgewater Normal: engaged in teaching: emb. N.I. 
Aug. 7, 1907: vis. U.S. in 1910, arriving N.T. July 11, 1910: Bountiful, 
Plymouth and Sandy churches 30 yrsj retired 1944. Died April 9, 1946, 
Bountiful, Utah. 

Clara Childs Richrond. b. Le Saysville, Pa., April 4, 1879: when 12 years 
of age united with Cong. Church of which her father was pastor: Studied at 
Litchfield Acad. Maine, Northfield Sem, and Miss Wheelock's Kindergarten 
Tr. Sch. Boston: emb. Boston, Aug. 4, 1909: Arr. home Aug. 22, 1917; 
Sailed Feb. 15, 1919: Arr. home Aug. 6, 1925: Sailed Aug. 9, 1927; 
Arr. home Aug. 9, 1928. Retired 1929. 



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v<lli3 Waldo Mead, b. Fayetteville, Onondaga Co., N.T., March 9, 1854.; 
prof, relig, Fayetteville, March, 1869: grad. Williams Coll. 1880,. 
Hartford Theol. Sem. 1834: Appt. Aug. 5, '84. ord. Clarion, Iowa, Sept. 
3, 1884: emb. Boston Sept. l6, 1886: vis. U.S. arr. Boston, June 11, 
1893. re-emb. N.T. Nor. 6, 1895: vis. U.S. arr. Aug. 12, 1898: Released 
July 11, 1899. See Pres. Minutes 1903. Died December 2, 1932 at Brooklyn, 
N.T. 

Hrs. Mead (Harriot Ne;.-ill Childs) see p. 71, Vol. m. mar. Cons "pi. 
Sept. 20, 1888: Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, June 11, 1893: re-emb. N.T. Ifov. 
\ 6, 1895. Vis. U.S. arr. N.T. Aug. 12, 1898. Released July 11, 1899. 
died at Middletown, N.T. 1936 (?). 

Alexander Mac Lachlan, b. Towiship of Erin, County of Wellington, Province 

of Ontario, Canada, Sept. 17, 1858. prof, relig., Chatham, Ont. Can. 1876; 

grad. Canada Business College, Chatham; grad. Queens University, Kingston, 

Can., 1884: studied theology one year at Divinity Hall, Queens Univ. and 

twj years at Union Sem., N.T.: ord. N.T. City, May, 1887: emb. - - 1890. 

Vis. America. Arr Chatham, Ontario Aug. 25, 1898: re-emb. N.T. July 7, 

19 
1899; arr. Smyrna, Aug. 29. Vis. U.S. arr. N.T. Aug^910. D.D. McQill 

UnlT. Montreal 1911. Sailed July 22, '11. Arr. home July 22, 1919; saUed 
Kay 4, 1920. Hade short visit to U.S. in summer of 1924. Arr. home, June 
20, 1926. Retired to Ibnor Roll 1926. Died Sept. 8, 1940, at Kingston, 

Ontario, Canada, 



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Mra. Mac Lachlan (Rose Hooper Blackler). b. SmTrna, Turkey, Mar. 23, 1366: 
ptot. relig. May 1886: studied at a French Institution, & at the American 
8Ch. in Scutari, Cons 'pie: mar. Smyrna, Turkey, Feb. U, 1891. Vis. 
toerica, arr. Chatham, Ontario, Aug. 25, 1898: re-emb. N.Y. July 7, 1899: 
^8. U.S. arr. N.I. Aug. 19, 1910. Sailed July 22, 1911j Arr. home July 
22, 1919. Sailed May 4, 1920j Arr. home June 20, 1926. Retired to Honor 
Boll, 1926. Mrs. Mac Lachlan died in Kingston, Ont., Canada on March 20, 
1954. 

J»hn Cairobell Martin, b. Heatherdale, P.E. Island, Canada, Dec. 28, I860: 
prof, relig. Presby. Ch. of Heatherdale & Valleyfield in 1873: graduated 
KcGill College, Montreal, 1885: studied at Union Sem., N.Y. and grad. 
Presby. Coll., Montreal, 1338: ord. Union Ch., Dundee, June 26, 1388: for 
tw> and a half years pastor of the Presb. Church in Dundee, Que., Canada: 
eab. 1893: re-emb. Boston, Oct. 2, 1901. Returned to U.S. arr. N.Y. July 
4, 1906. Released Sept. 5, 1905. Was in the pastorate for 5 years. Re-ap. 
July 11, 1911; Sailed Oct. 23, '11; arr. home Jan. 24, '19. D.D. Presby. 
Col. Montreal, Apr. 29, 1919. Sailed Oct. 14, 1920; arr. home July 26, 
1926. Retired July 26, 1927. 

Hrs. Martin (Mary Isabel Cameron) b. Westville, Franklin Co., N.Y. Dec. 5, 
1868. prof, relig. Elgin, Canada, July 1883; studied at Franklin Acad. 
Malone, and Potsdam Normal Sch.: mar. at Trout River Lines, N.Y. May 30, 
1389: «nb. 1893: Vis. U.S. & re-emb. Boston, Oct. 2, 1901. Released 
Sept. 5, 1905. Returned to U.S. arr. N.Y. July 4, 1906. Re-ap. July U, 
19U: sailed Oct. 28, 1911; Arr. hone May U, 19U; sailed Oct. 14, 1920. 
Can^e to U.S. early sumn«r 1923; sailed Sept. 10, 1923; arr. home July 26,1926. 
Retired July 26, 1927. Died at Long Beach, California December 1, 1944. 



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John Emest Merrill, b. Medina, N.I. May 9, 1872: prof, rellg: May, 
IBBUf Painesville, 0.: grad. Univ. of Minn. 1891, continued study there 
until '93: grad. Hartford Theol. Sem, 1896: con^jleted work for doctor's 
degree, Minnesota '94; spent '96 in Europe on Welles Fellowship licensed 
by Hartford Assoc. 1896: emb, 1898: vis. Switzerland summer of 1905. 
Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Oct, 2, 1908. ord. Plymouth Church, Minneapolis, 
Minneapolis, Oct. 10, 1909. re-emb, Boston, Aug. 6, 1910: See card. 
Died at Bellows Falls, Vermont on September 22, I960. 

Mrs. Merrill (Isabella Bliss Trowbridge) see page 72. vis. U.S. 1909 - 
re-enb. Boston Aug. 6, 1910. Died in Beacon, New Tork on March 5, 1950. 
See card. 

Frederick Vfillian Mac Galium (transferred firom Eastern Turkey, see page 
▼is. the U.S. re-emb. Sept. 18, 1901. vis. U.S. June 1911. Transferred 
to West. Turkey Mar. 2, 1909. See page 76. Retired June 1, 1938. Died 
November 28, 1945 Istanbul, Turkey. See card, 

Mrs. MacCallum (Henrietta Mima Raid) Transferred from Eastern" Turicey 
(see page 77. Vis. U.S. re-emb. Boston, Sept. 18, 1901: vis. U.S. 
arr. N.Y. Aug. 3, 1910: Died Nov. 5, 1959, Newton Lower Falls, Mass. 

Stephen van Reneselaer Trowbridge, son of Dr. T.C, Trowbridge, and grand- 
ton of Dr. Elias Riggs. b. Aintab, Turkey, May 28, 1881: united with the 

N.J. 
I*resb. Ch. Princetons/studied 2 yrs. in Robert Col. grad. Princeton 1902 

»ad Hartford Iheol. Sem. 1905: ord. Hartford, May 1905: emb. N.Y. Oct. 19, 
1906. Arr. home July 19, 1911; Released Nov. 14, 1911. Became Sec'y. 
V.3.S.A. in Egypt, & continued until his death. Died July 11, 1923 at 
Clifton Springs, N.Y. 



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Kr3. Trowfarld^a (Blanche Louise Horton) b, BrooklTn, N.Y. June 18, 1879: 
united with Central Cong. Ch. Brooklyn, in 1894: grad. Packer Inst. 1899 
and Mt.Holyoke Col. 1902: mar. Brooklyn June 21, 1906: emb. N.Y. Oct. 19, 
1906: Arr. home July 19, »11. Released Nov. U, 1911. 

Fred Field Goodsell, P.P., b. Montevideo, Minn. Sept. 21, 1880: united 
with the Cong'l. Ch. of Westminster, Cal., of which his father was pastor: 
grad. from Univ. of Calif. 1902, Hartford Theol. Sem. 1905. ord. Hartford, 
1905. After two years of study in Germany joined the mission in October 
1907. Arr. home Oct, 28, 1914j Sailed Sept. 6, 1916, to Russia to work 
there under Y.M.C.A. for Turkish prisoners: Ret'd to U.S. Nov. 1, 1917. 
Served another term und. Y.M.C.A. in Vladivostok, rtg. to U.S. Feb. 12, 
1919. Sailed for Const. Oct. 18, 1919; Apt'd. Pres. Sch. of Rel. Ed., 
Const. March 28, 1922; Was in U.S. on sp. visit to attend a convention 
In Wash. D.C. , Ivg. Const. Jan. &. rtg. Apr. 5, 1925. D.D. 1926 - Pacific 
Sch, of Rel. Arr. home June 14, 1926; Sailed July 29, 1927. Cane to U.S. 
Sept. 20 - Dec. 31, 1929, to consider work in Bd. office. Dec. 10, 1929, 
«pt'd. Ex. V.P. Arr. home Apr. 15, 1930. Began E.7.P. work l^y 1, 1930. 

Mrs. Goodsell. (Lulu Karolina Service) b. Ceres, Cal., Jan. 29, 1881: ! 

united with Ist Baptist Ch., Berkeley, 1902: studied at Univ. of Cal. \ 

»ar, Berkeley, Cal., June 29, 1905: joined the mission Oct. 1907. Arr. .' 

bome May 14, 1914; Sailed Oct. 13, 1919; Arr. home June 14, 1926; \ 

Sailed July 29, 1927; Arr. home Apr. 15, 1930. 1 

P^tniel Mi ner Rogers , b. New Britain, Conn. April 25, 1882: united with 
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and Hartford Iheol. Sera, 1906: ord. New Britain, Sept. 1906: pastor 
Cong '1, Church, East Dorset, Vt., erab. N.Y. Sep. 8, 1908. Killed 
during a massacre at Adana ^ril 15, 1909. 

Mrs. Ro^er3 (ii^'Phelps Christie) dau. of Dr. Ihomas D. Christie; b, 
Marash, Turkey in Asia, Jan. 11, 1881: united with PlTicouth Cong. Ch. 
Kew Haven, Ct, 1898: studied at Adana CiLrls' School, Am. Col. for Girls, 
Constantinople, Hill School, Athens, Gi*eece, New Haven High Sch., Bryn 
Mawr College and Hartford Iheol. Sera.: mar. Palmer, Mass. May 29, 1908: 
emb. N.Y. S^t. 8, 1908: came to the U.S. after Ifr. Roger's death, arr. 
N.Y. May 31, 1909. married W.L. Nute, 1915: In Turkey in 1947. 

Harold Irving Gardner, b. Bumside, Hartford Co., Ct. Jan. 24, 1882: 

united with M.E. Church of Bumside about 1897: grad. Yale Col. 1904 

and Hartford Theol. Sem. 1907: ord. Melville, No. Dak., Aug. 6, 1907; 

of which church he served as pastor 1907-8, and at Harvey, No. Dak. 

was settled 1903-9: emb. Boston, Sept. 15, 1909. Arr'd. home Jan. 1, 

1913. Died at Whittier, Cal, Sept. 11, 1933. . 

Mrs. Gardiner (Bnily Frederika Richter) see page 74. Arr. home Jan. 1, 
1913. Died at Pilgrim Place, Calif, on Oct. 12, 1950. 

Darwin Ashley Leavitt. b. Cambridge, Mass. June 15, 1882: united with 

Plymouth C<Kig'l. Ch., Cleveland, 0., of which his father. Rev. Geo. R. I 

Leavitt, was pastor in 1890: grad. Beloit Col. 1904: one yr. at Chicago 

Theol. Sem., grad. Yale Sem. 1907: receiving a fellowship from Yale he i 

studied two years abroad: ord. Beloit, Wis. Nov. 12, 1909: erab, Boston, 

Oct. 29, 1910. Released July, 1911. Came to U.S. in 1911. I 

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Caroline P. Hamilton, ^f.n > B. Sept. IS, 1361, W. Hartford, Conn. Member 
Cong'l. Ch., V. Hartford. Q-ad. Smith Col. 1885: Woman's Med. Col. of 
N.r. 1888; Apfd. Aug. 16, 1910 j Sailed Aug. 3, 1910; Arr. home Nov. 
2, 1919; Sailed Sept. 29, 1920; Arr. home Oct. 23, 1928: Sailed 1928. 
Arr. home July 31, 1922. Retired July 26, 1933. Died at VMte Plains, 
N«T. on September U, 19AA. 

Fred Dou^laa Shenarri, b. Ellenburgh, Clinton Co., N.Y. Sept, 11, 1855: 
united vith Ist Baptist Ch., Malone, N.Y. 1378: studied two years at 
Cornel Univ. entering in 1876: grad. M.D. Univ. of Mich. 1881: went 
to lUrkey in 1882 and was connected with the Azariah Smith Memo. 
Hospital at Aintab: appt'd. Aug. 16, 1910. In U.S. 191O; sailed 
Ju3y 29, 1911. From July to Oct. 19? was absent from Aintab part 
time In Constantinople in Red Cross work. Died at Aintab December 18, 
1915. Missy. Herald 1916 - II5. 

^- Shepard (Fanny Perkins Andrews) bom July U, 1856 I^ul, 
Lahainaluna, Hawaian Is. united with Haik Evangelical Church, Aintab. 
grad. Mt. Holyoke College 1379 and med. Dept. Univ. of Mich. 1882. 
«^ied July 15, 1882, Ann Arbor, Michigan, appointed Aug. 16, 1910. 
Sailed Apr, 25 1912, arrived U.S. Jan. Jan. 1919. Died in East Orange, 
».J. on June 4, 1920. Missionary Herald 1920 page 308. 

Sz m Herbert Haas. M.D. b. Selinls Grove, Pa. May 10, 1876: united with 
R^fonned Ch. in the U.S. Selinls a^,ve, I89O: grad. Susquehanna Col. 1899: 
«-D. Univ. of Mich 1904: emb. N.T. Sept. 21, I91O: 



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^3» Haas (Ruth Kay Dietz) b. Lake Preston, So. Dak. May 22, 1881; 
united with Methodist Church, June, 1893: grad. Univ. of Mich. 1904. 
mar. Ann Arbor, Mich., June 12, 1905: emb. N.Y, Jan. 7, 1911. 

Sara Louise Peck, b. Lincoln, Neb. May 6, 1878: united with Cong. 
Ch., Fairbault, Minn. 1901: grad. Univ. of Minnesota: emb. N.Y. 
Sept. 19, 1908: Arr. home Sept. 5, 1913, and not return to field 
account ill health. Died in Fresno, Calif. Sept. 5, I943. 

Kate Elizabeth Ainslie. dau. of Rev. John A. Ainslie, formerly of the 
Eastern Turkey Mission: b. Midyat, Turkey, Dec. 10, 1883: united with 
Cong'l. Church, Oak Park, 111., 1898: grad. Carleton, Col.: emb. N.Y. 
Sept. 19, 1908: Ar'd. home Oct. 1915; Ret'd. to field, Dec. 1920. 
Ar'd. home Dec. 3, 1922. Withdrew in 1922. 

Edith Cold, b. Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 19, I879: united with Free 

Baptist Ch. Cleveland, 0., 1898: grad. Hillsdale Col. Mich. 1906; 

later instruction in German and Latin in that college: emb. N.Y. 

October 19, 1910: Arr. home Nov. 25, 1915; sailed Feb. 16, 1919; 

Arr. home Dec. 18, 1924; Sailed Nov. 17, 1928; Arr. home July 1934. 

Withdrew in 1934. Went to teach in Pine Mt. Settlement Sch. Kentucky. 
Died in Bcyon, Minna acta March 14, 1963. 

Assistant Missionaries 

•gUzabeth Stevens Webb, b. Buoker Hill, 111. March 1, I860: prof, relig. 
Lafayette, La., 1874: grad. Drury Coll. *^ ?; emb. Boston Sept. 16, 
|1886: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 1895: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 4, 1906: 
re-emb. N.Y. Oct. 15, 1907: Arr. home Oct. 10, 1917: Sailed Feb. 16,1919. 
Retired July 1, 1930. Died October 10, 1949 in Beirut, Lebanon. Buried 
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Jtpnie Davie Graham , b. Carleton Place, Ont. Can., Mar. 3JV, 1866: prof, 
relig. Carleton Place, 1884: studied public schools; engaged for three 
years in teaching; enb, Boston, Sept. 16, 1836: Ret. to U.S. & rel. 
1891, 1892? Married Edward S. Johnston. Word of death reached Bd. 
thru June 1947 N.E. Annual m'nts - no date or place. Chas. Riggs 
thinks she died in 1946. 

Eula Goodpasture Bates, b. Abingdon, Knox Co., HI. May 28, 1865: prof, 
relig. Jan. 1881: studied at Knox Coll.: emb. New Yoric, Oct. 2, 1889: 
arr. Hadjin, Nov. 19, '89: vis. US. arr. N.Y. Nov. 22, 1899: re-emb. 
N.Y., Nov. 3, 1900. Mar. Rev. L.O. Lee, Hadjin, June 9, 1904 (See Vol. Ill, 
page 68, Died October 27, 1957> Newton Wellesley Hosp, Newton Lower Falls, 
Mass. 

Mary Si'imsby Vfebb, b. Esopus, Ulster Co., N.Y. — 1856; prof, relig. 1868 
Bunker Hill, 111.: studied at Western Col. and Seminary, Oxford, 0. emb. 
Boston, April 26, 1890: arr. Mersine, June 10, »90. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 
May 24, 1899. re-emb. N.Y. Feb. 6, 1901. Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, Aug. 5, 
1909: re-emb. N.Y. Aug. 31, 1910. Arr. home Nov. 25, 1915; sailed Feb. 
16, 1919. Retired July 1, 1928. Died Jan. 4, 1938 at Beirut, Syria. 

Ida Mellinger. b. Iowa Falls, Hardin Co., Iowa, Sept. 23, 1866: prof, 
relig. Iowa Falls, April 18821 studied Iowa College, Cedar Valley Sem. 
k Bible Institute: emb. N.Y. Aug. 30, 1890: arr. Adana, Oct. 1, '90: 
released June 7, 1898. Married May 11, 1898, Dr. A. Nakashian. Died 
in Hadjin May 18, 1899. 






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Elizabeth Martha Trowbrld.q:e. dau. of Pres* T.C.Trowbridge of Cent. 
-TUr.CoUsge: b. Cons'ple, Dec. 12, 1865:. prof . reUg. Sept. 1882: 
studied at Unir. of Mich,, trained as nurse in Bellevue Hospital, New 
Tork: emb. N.Y. July 11, 1891: Arr. home Oct. 10, 1919; sailed 

Sept. 17^ 1920 ; Furlough in Switzerland, England, Egypt in 1928j 

ret'g. to field June 16, 1929; Arr. home July 31, 1932. ReUred 
Aug. 1, 1933. Died Brooklyn, N.Y. August 31, 1947. (See her card). ' 

Harriet A. Lovell. b. Flint, Mich. October 1868: prof, relig. Flint, 

Mich, 1882: studied at the Univ. of Mich,: emb. N.Y. Nov, 2, 1892: 

arr, Marash Jan. 14, 1893: died of malarial fever at Marash Dec. 2,1894, 

Meda Hess. M.D. b. West Campbell, Ionia Co., Mich, ^r. 23, 1867: prof. 
relig. Presby. Ch., Ionia, Mich. 1883: studied at Alma College and Univ. 
of Mich.: egib. N.Y. Oct. 21, 1893: arr. Marash, Dec. 16, '93: Returned 
to U.S. & released: re-apt' d. Dec. 15, 1903: emb. N.Y. Aug. 13, 1904: 
vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 4, 1906. (Later married Charles T. Patchell) 
Died ^ril 1, 1939, at Laguna Beach, California. 

Lucille Foreman, b. Massilon, Ohio, Feb. 23, 1368: prof. rel. 1st. Presb. 
Ch. Germantown, Pa. 1387: studied three years in Miss 'y. Training School 
I.M.A. New Tork, emb. N.Y. July 18, 1894: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 17, 
1902. re-eab. Aug. 13, 1903. vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 23, I904. In 
U.S. 1904-09 because of poor health, re-emb, Boston, Oct. 2, 1909, arr'd. 
home Oct. 10, 1917; Sailed February 16, 1919. Took vacation of several 
aos. In 1921. arr'd home July 1926; Sailed Aug. 9, 1927. In 1932-33 
took furlough in Europe, arr'd home July 1926:Ar'd.hoii»Aug,i2, I933. 
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Agnes Elvirq Sw^nson, b. Chicago, Cook Co., HI. Sept. 1, 1870: 
prof, relig, Chicago, June 1834: studied at >body'3 Institute and Knox 
College: emb. N.T. Sept. 26, 1894: released Feb. 4, 1898. Arr, N.T. 
Mat. 22, 1898. 

Mary Myrtle Foote; b. Adams Co., Iowa, neat Mt.Etna, May 15, 1870: 
united with Cong'l. Church, Coming, Iowa, March 1883: studied at 
Tabor Col. and >bod7 Bible Ihst.: emb. N.Y. Aug. 19, '99: Transferred 
to Western lUrkey, Aug. 6, 1901. (p. 58. 

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Matilda Smyrell Calder, b. Hartford, Conn. May 16, 1875: prof. .relig. 
Hartford 1st. Cong. Church 1888: grad. Mt.Holyoke College 1896. emb. 
New Ioi4c Sept. 29, 1900. Ar. I'^rash, Dec. 8j Returned to the U.S. in 
the spring of 1902. Released Sept. 30, 1902. Married Rev. J. L.Thurston 
of the lale Mission to No. China, Sept. 10, 1902. Died in Aubumdale, 
Mass, on April 18, 1958. See special card made out at the time. 

Isabelle Bliss Trowbridge, dau. of Rer. T.C. Trowbridge, former Pres. 

of Cent. Turkey College and grand-daughter of Dr. Elias Riggs: b. London, 

Bng. Aug. 12, 1876: prof, relig. at Constantinople March 1839: Studied 

at A.C.G.C,, Ferry Hall Sem., Lake Forest, 111. and grad. at Vassar College: 

emb, Boston, Aug. 4, 1900: Mar. Rev. John E. Merrill of same mission in 

Geneva, Swisse, Aug. 9, 1905: Died in Beacon, New York on 

March 5, 1950. See card. 

Annie Eliza Gordon, b. North Williamsburg, Dundas Co. Ont. Jan, 31, 1867: 
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University: emb. Boston, Sept. 18, 1901: arr, ^ferash Nov. 5, 1901. 
rls. U.S. arr. Boston, Aug. 9, 1903: re-emb. Boston, Sept. 15,1909; 
Arr. home Feb. 1919: Sailed Oct. U, 1920: Arr. home Aug. 11, 1923j 
Sailed Sept. 9, 1924: Arr. home Aug. 17, 1931. Retired July 19, 1932. 
Died on Movember 16, 1959, at Ottawa, Ont., Canada. See card. ' 

Cora May Welpton, b. Tabor, Fremont Co., Iowa, Sept, 16, 1874: united 
with Presb. Ch. Qierson, lovfa, 1885: studied at Tabor Col. and Chicago 
Bible Inst., emb. Boston, Sept. 18, 1901: arr. Nov. 5, 1901. Vis. U.S. 
1910. re-emb. Sept. 1911. Died Marash, Turkey, Oct. 1, 1912. See Her. 
Nov. 1912, p. 497. 

Virginia Aurelia Billina:s, b. Kirtland, Lake Co., 0., Sept. 18, 1872: 
united with Presb'n. Church, Kirtland, 0., 1888. studied at Oberlin 
College; emb. Boston, Sept. 14, 1904: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Dec. 19, 1909: 
Died in Tempe, Arizona Jan. 19, 1947. 

Olive Mary Vaughan, b. Lansing, Mich., Nov. 28, 1874: united with M.E. 

Church, Dec. 1894: grad. at Carleton College: emb. Boston, Sept. 14, 1904. 

vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Oct. 2, 1908: re-emb. Boston, Sept. 15, '09. Arr. 

home Aug. 12, 1919. Died at Tempe, Arizona, Oct. 2, 1936. Cause septeoiia. 

Lucy Harriet I-brley, b. Kirtland, Lake Co., Ohio, July 11, 1870: united 
with the 1st Cong. Ch., Oberlin, 0. 1887. grad. at Oberlin College, emb. 
H.T. Oct. 22, 1904. released March 31, 1908: mar. Jesse K. Marden of 
Haroovan, Turkey at Mentor, Ohio, July 15, 1908. See page 51. 



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Isabella Theobold I-Iather Blake, b. Boston, >tas3, June 14, 1879; united 
idth the 2nd. Cong'l. Ch., of V/estfield, Mass. of which her father. Rev. 
lyman H. Blake was pastor in 1890: grad. from Westfield Normal School 
after a two years course, and from Middlebury Col, June 1905: emb, 
Boston, Aug. 23, 1905. Arr. home July 25, 1912: Gave a years' work 
(1913) to '.f-B.M. Studied at Teacher's Col. Columbia 1914-15, while 
detained in U.S. by European War, Sailed March 13, 1918, Died at 
Essex, Conn, (near New London) on Jan, 6, 1956. See card. 

Harriet Conant Norton, b, Medway, Mass. March 6, 1374: united with the 
Cong'l. Ch., Kedway, Mass. May 1887: grad. Bridgewater, Mass. Normal 
School and Gordon Bible Sc Miss'y. Training School, Boston: emb, Boston 
Aug, 23, 1905. Died at McCabe Rest Home, Pilgrim Place, Claremont, 
California oai Sept, 21, 1966. 

Alice Carolyn Bever : b. Riebingru, Germany Sept. 27, 1880: confirmed in 
Lutheran Ch., Dusseldorf, Germany: grad. from Training School for nurses 
Methodist aascopal Hospital, Philadelphia; enb, Boston, Sept. 14, 1907: 
Married GaraJbed K. Daghlian 1914, Died New London, Connecticut April 8, 
1965. 

Bnily Frederika Rlchter. b. Bremen, Germany, Nov. 5, 1876: united with 
Summerdale Cong. Ch. of Chicago, July 1890: studied at Wheaton College, 111. 
and Christian Institute of Chicago Theol. Sem. Snb. N.I. Aug. 1, 1908. >fer. 
Rev, Harold T. Gardner, Geozheh, Turkey, Aug. 3, 1910. (See page 67. Died 
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David Alpheu3 Richardson > son of Rev. Sanford Richardson, for manj 7ears 
« missionary to Turkey: b. Arabkir, Turkey, Oct. 22, 1859 : prof. rel. 
Beloit, Wis., 1375: grad. Beloit Coll. 1881: Chicago Iheo. Sem. 1888: ord. 
Lincoln Park Congl. Ch., Chicago, 1883: emb. Boston, July 21, 1888: vis. 
U.S. arr. N.Y. July 6, 1895; released Oct. 20, I896. 

Krs. Richardson (}^a. Elizabeth Newton), b. Chicago, Cook Co., m., July 
U, 1859: prof. rel. Jan. 1877: studied in Chicago schools: mar. Chicago, 
June 12, 1838: emb. Boston July 21, 1888: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 6, 
1895: released Oct. 20, 1896. Died at Minneapolis, Minn. Oct. 3, I907. 
(See Nov. I907, Herald, page 537) 

Frederick Davis Greene, son of Rev. J.K. (k-eene, D,D. of this mission, b. 
Broosa, Turkey, March 13, I863: prof, relig. Faribault, Minn., Jan. 8, 
1877: studied at Phillips Acad. Andover: grad. Amherst Coll. 1385: 
studied at Chicago "meol. Seiu. 1386: grad. Yale Divinity School 1888, 
Andover Theol. Sem. fourth year, 1389-90: ord. Stanton, Neb. Sep. 7, 1333: 
emb. Boston July 12, 1890: arr. Van, Oct. 30, 1890: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 
July 7, '94: released Dec. U, 1394. 1899 connected with the Am.Bible 
Soc, New York. Died at Bethesda Home for the Aged in Cincinnati, Ohio, 
October 14, 1962. 

j frs. C^ene (Sarah Anna Foster) b. Andover, Essex Co., Mass. Aug. 24, 1365: 
prof. reUg; Andover, May 1881: studied at Wheaton Sem. and Abbott Acad.: 
laar. Andover, June 25, 1890: emb. Boston, July 12, 1390: arr. Van, Oct. 30, 
>1890: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 7, '94: released Feb. 12, 1395. Died at 
Pt.Uuderdale, Florida January 31, 1947. (Her home was at Upper ibntclair, N.J.) 



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George Perkins JCnapp, son of Rev. George C. Knapp of this mission, b. 
Bitlis, Turkey, June 13, 1863: prof, relig. Aubumdale, Sept. 1377: 
grad. Harvard Coll. 1887: Hartford Sem. 1890: ord. Farmington, Ct., May 
28, 1890: emb. New York, July 19, 1890: arr. Bitlis, Oct. 1890. during 
the massacres of '96 Mr. Knapp was arrested by the Turkish government 
on charge of inciting the Armenians to revolt. While under arrest he was 
taken to Alexandretta and was there released after which he went to 
Cons 'pie. and demanded a trial. Failing to secure this he returned to 
the U.S. arr. Boston, Dec. 3,1397. re-eab. - 1398: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 
July 23, 1909: re-emb. Boston, Oct. 25, 1910: Died Aug. - 1915. (exact 
date not known) at Diarbekir. See Missy. Herald November 1915, p. 511. 

Mrs. Knapp, (Anna J. Hunt) b. Worcester, Mass. Oct. 30, 1862: prof. 
relig. Barre, I'lass. 1880: studied Mt.Holyoke Sem.: mar. Barre, July 2, 
1890: emb. N.Y. July 19, 1890: arr. Bitlis, Oct. 1890: vis. the U.S. 
arr. N.Y. July 18, 1896, re-emb. - 1898: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 23, 
1909: Died at a nxxrsing home in Waltham, Mass. on October 19, 1954. 
Buried at Hardwick, Mass. See card, 

Frederick William MacCallum ; b. Warwick, Lambton Co., Ont. Can., March 
18, 1863: prof. reUg. St. Elmo, Ont. 1378: studied Kingston Collegiate 
Institute, Canada, & Prep. Dept. Oberlin: McQiU Coll., Montreal: grad. 
Cong'l. Coll. of Canada, 1889 & Yale Iheol. Sem. 1890: ord. Maxville, Ont. 
Aug. 6, 1890: emb. Boston, Aug. 16, 1890: arr. Erzroom, Oct. 10, 1890; 
transferred to the Central Turkey Mission June 11, 1895. (see page 65). 
Retired June 1, 1938. Died November 28, 1945 Istanbul, Turkey. See also 
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Mrs. Mac Galium (Henrietta Mima Reid) b, June 25, 1865. Brock, Ont., 
ppof. relig. 1576: studied Collingwood Collegiate Institute: mar. White 
Rose, Ont., July 23, 1890: emb. Boston, Aug. 16, 1890: arr. Erzroom, 
Oct. 10, 1890: Transferred to the Central Turkey Mission June 11, 1895 
(see page 65) Died Nov. 5, 1959, Newton Lover Falls, Mass. See card. 

Herbert ^felr3ena Allen, son of Rev. O.P. Allen, b. Harpoot, Turkey, Mar. 
8, 1865: prof, relig, Harpoot, 1878: grad. Williams Coll. 1888 & Bangor 
Sem. 1893: ord. Bangor, Me. June 8, 1893: smb. N.Y. July 15, 1893: arr. 
Van, Nor, »93: returned to U.S. arr. Boston, Sept, 16, 1898: released 
Sept. 27, 1898. Feb. 1900 in Cuban Relief woric - Room 401 Cong'l. House - 
res, Aubumdale. re-appt'd. Mar. 17, 1903 to Western Turkey. (See page 45^, 

Vrs. Allen (Ellen Ropes Ladd) See page 45. «ab. N.I. July 15, 1893. 
arr. Van, Nov. -'93: returned to U.S. arr. Boston, Sept. 16, 1898: re- 
leased Sept. 27, 1898. mar.(H.M. Allen, above) - June 10, 1893. Feb. 
1900 at Aubumdale, Mass. Re-appt«d. Mar. 17, 1903, to Western Tui^cey 
(See page 45). 

Egbert Smyth Ellis, b. Kittery, lork Co., Me., May 3, 1866: prof, relig. 
Oxford 1879. studied at Phillips Academy: grad. Williams College, 1890, 
Andover Sem. 1894: ord. Andover 1894: emb. N.I. Sept. 26, 1894: Died 
Feb, 22, '97 at Ichme, 7 hours from Harpoot, where he had gone on evangel- 
istic work. Mr. Ellis was the first American who had visited Ichme since 
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Ralph Baxter Larkin, b. New Windsor, HI. June 29, 1870; prof, relig. 
New Windsor, 1883: grad. Knox College 1892; Chicago Iheol, Sem. 1895: 
ord, Trevor, V/is., Jxme 4, 1894: arr. Mardin Oct, 30, 1896: returned to 
U.S. arr. N.Y, Jul7 20, 1898, released Aug. 30, 1898. Living at Pilgrim 
Place, Claremont, Cal. July 1951. Died in Claremont, California on July 
18, 1958. See Advance Sept, 26, 1958 issue - page 26. 

Mrs. Larkin (Mary Eleanor McCord) b, Ibulon, Static Co. HI,, May 14, 1872: 
prof, relig: lyonsville, HI,; studied in Oberlin College and Ikiody Bible 
]jistitute, Chicago: mar. Lake City, Iowa, June 27, 1395: arr, ?-faT^in 
Oct, 30, 1896: returned to U.S. arr, N.Y. July 20, 1398: released Aug, 
30, 1898, Died Feb. 4, 1900 at Buena Vista, Colorado, 

Charles Rowland Ashdovn, B.A. . b, Ibronto, Canada, Feb, 14, 1872: prof, 
relig. Toronto, June 1387: studied at Toronto University 2 yrs,: grad, 
McOm Univ. & Cong'l. College of Canada 1897: ord, Montreal, Kay 5, 1897: 
emb, Montreal, June 8, 1897: arr, Bitlis Sept. 10, Released Oct, 25,1898. 

Mrs, Ashdown (Jane Dickie) b, Kilmarnock, Scotland, Feb, 17, 1866: prof. 
rel, Toronto, Canada, 1885: educated in the Toronto public schools: 
took a two years course in the Stratford General Hospital Training School 
for Nurses: emb. Montreal Oct. 9, 1897. arr. Erzroom Nov. 26: married 
there Dec, 14, '97: arr. Bitlis, Dec, 25, '97. Released Oct. 25, 1898. 

Robert Stapleton, b. Belfast, Ireland, Dec. 1, 1366: prof, relig. Long 
Enton, England, 1377: grad. Olivet College 1894, Chicago Theol, Sem. 1397: 
ord, Bostwick, Mich, Aug. 30, 1397: emb, N.Y. Nov, 13, 1897: arr,Er2room, 
Dec, 31, '97: vis. the U.S. in 1907-8: re-emb. N,Y. Aug. 1, 1908: Arr. 



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home May- 30, 1916: Sailed Nov, 9, 1916; Arr. home June 21, 1918: Sailed 
Feb. 16, 1919; Arr. home Aug. 1, 1923. Retired to Honor Roll in 1924: 
Died in Lapeer, l-Iichigan, February 20, '45; buried in Farmers Creek 
Cemetery. 

Mrs. Staoleton, M.D. (Ida M. Salmond) b. Farmers Creek, Lapeer Co., Mich. 
Jan. 24, 1871. United with Meth. Ibis. Ch. 1386: studied in Olivet College: 
taught two years under the A.M.A. in the South: returned and entered Mad, 
Col, for Women N.Y. ; married Mr. Stapleton, Oct. 30, 1897- the week before 
he sailed for Turkey, but remained to complete her med. course; grad. 
June '98, emb. N.I. Aug. 20, 1897: arr, Erzroom, Nov. 7. vis, U,S, 1907-8: 
rc-emb. N.Y. Aug. 1, 1908: Arr. home May 30, 1916; Sailed Feb, 16, 1919; 
Arr, home Dec, 2, 1920, Retired to Honor Roll in 1924. Died in Lapeer, 
Mich, December 5, 1946. 

Edward Francis Carey, Princeton, Bureau Co., HI. Feb. 13, 1875: united 
with Cong'l. Ch. Princeton 1890: grad. Univ. of Mich. 1898, Andover Theol. 
Sen, 1901: ord. Andover, June 3, 1901: emb. Boston Aug. 23, 1901: vis. 
U.S. arr, N.T. July 2, 1910, Died Poughkeepsie, N.Y, Jan, 8, 1952. 
(Service in Harpoot Theol. Sem, ) See card. 

Mrs. Carey (Lora Gale Simons) b. Princeton, Bureau Co. 111., March 25, 
1375: tmited with Cong'l. Ch., Princeton, HI. 1390: studied one year in 
ni. State Norsaal and one year at Univ. of Mich: mar, at Princeton, Aug, 14, 
1901: «mb, Boston Aug. 23, 1901. Died at Harpoot Doc. 26, 1905. (See Mar, 
1906 Herald, page 111) 

Mrs. Carev f Miriam V. Piatt) (See page 87. Mar. Cons 'pie. Sept. 6, 190^ 
^ia- U.S. Arr, N.Y. July 2, 1910. Died August 31, 1958 at Grove I 
Conn, (Summer home) following heart attack. See card. 

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i Ernest Albert Yarrow, b. London, England, Feb. 21, 1976: was brought 

j to America when a year old, his father being a minister in the Primi- 

i tire Methodist Church: grad. Mt. Hermon Sem. 1897; Wesleyan Univ. 

; 1901, and Hartford Theol. Sem. 1904: ord. Rutland, Vt., July 6, '04. 

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i emb. Boston, Aug. 11, I904. Arr. home July 3I, 1912j Sailed July 12, 

1913; Arr. home Oct. 4, 1915; sailed July 15, 1916, In 1919 while 
: director of relief work in Caucausus, the Russian government presented 

j him the "Vladimir Cross" for his service to Russian soldiers. 

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.. Mrs. Yarrow. (Martha Jane Tuckley) b. Bothsham, Cambridge, Eng. Aug. 
4, 1883; united with the Methodist Church when ten years of age: 
graduated State Normal School, Oneonta, N.Y.; mar. Oneonta, Aug. 4,1904; 
^ emb. Boston, Aug. 11, 1904. See above. After leaving the Caucausus 
ahe was in No. China & Honolulu, sailing from N.Y. on Aug. 17, 1920. 

Richard Stanley Merrill Bnrich. son of Rev. F.E. Enrich; b. Mechanics 
Falls, Maine, Jan. 26, 1878: in 1896 united with the Cong'l. Ch. So. 
Framingham, Mass., of which his father was pastor: grad. Bates Col., 
1900, and Hartford Iheol. Sem. 1904: ord. So. Framingham, June 12, 

j 1905: emb. Boston, Sept. 16, I905: Arr'd. home Dec. 7, 1911: Sailed 
Sept. 6, 1913; arr'd. home Sept. 25, 1915; Sailed Feb. 16, 1919. (in 

j Beirut Nov. 1914 to Aug. 1915, on account of Mrs. Dnrich's healtt). 



Wed May 4, 1919, Aleppo, Syria. 

- "* Bafich (Jeannette Wallace) b. SaxDnville, Mass., July 15, 1877: 
malted with the Cong'l. Ch., Saxonville 1891: grad. Framingham High 



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High Sch. and Pratt Inst. Brooklyn, Kindergarten Dept.: mar. SaxDnville, 
July 5, 1904: emb. Boston Sept. 16, 1905. Arr. home Dec. 7, 1911; 
sailed Sept- 6, 1913; Came to U.S. Jul/ 26, 1915 for health reasons. 
In 1919 Mrs. E. took up work with the Near East Relief, Died May 18, 
1946, Cambridge, Mass, 

Harrison Albert M^ynard, b, Miscotah, Atchison Co., Kansas, Nov. 24, 
1878: united with Cong'l. Ch., Muscotah, spring of 1893: grad. V/ashbum 
Col. 1904 & Ifaion Sem. 1908: ord. Topeka, Kan. May 27, 1903: emb. N.I. 
Aug. 1, 1908. See card for rest of data. Died in Evanston, HI, on 
Sept. 10, 1952. 

ffrs. Maynard (Mary Elizabeth White), b. Charlottesville, Ind, Jan. 9, 
1883: of Quaker parentage and had therefore, a birthright membership 
in the Friend's Church; united by letter with the Pilgrim Cong. Ch., 
Arkansas City, Kan, in 1839: grad, from Washburn Col.: mar. Tbpeka, 
Kan,, May 25, 1908: emb. N.Y. Aug. 1, 1908. Died in Evanston, Illinois, 
October 20, 1967. 

Ernest Wilson Ri^g:3, son of Dr. Edward Riggs, b. Marsovan, Turkey, July 
3, 1881: united with West Presb. Ch. Bridgeton, N.J. March 1397: grad. 
Mt. Hermon, 1900, Princeton 1904 & Auburn Theol. Sem. 1910: After grad, 
from Princeton he went to Turkey as instructor in Euphrates Col., for 
three years, ord. Auburn, April 1910. Sub. N.Y. Sept. 3, 1910. See caird. 
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j^;j^_gl^ (Alice OUudl. Shepard) dau. ot Dr. F.D. Shapard. K MnUb, 
lUrlcey, Sept. 4, 1835: united -ith ch. in totab, 1899: grad. North- 
fleld Se.. '05 4 Col. of Uberal Arts. Syracuse, 1910. »ar. at SUver 
Bay, M.Y. Aug. 31. 1910: emb. N.X. Sept. 3, 1910: 

Missionary Phyaielans 

.„■■ .M ,.„..t.t. Presto., b. Ply^uth. 0. 1S54: prot. reUg. 1869: 
.tudied in State Unir. of Io»a 4 Med. Univ. emb. Aug. 10, 1889. arr. 
Erzroom, Oct. 11. 1389. returned to U.S. arr. N.Y. Nov. 16, 1890. re- 
leased Jan. 13» 1891. 

>.,■-.„.. ,v,„.,Tas U.sher. b. Aurora, King Co., nl., Sept. 8, 1870: 
prof. reUg. Refd Epis. 0»., ^bntreal, 1887: Studied Univ. Medical 
col., Kansas City, •*. and Eef 'd Epis. Theol. Sem. Philadelphia, Pa., 
ord. Deacon Ju=e 1393: ord. Presbyter Chicago June 1894: enb. Boston 
Hay 18, 1893: vis. U.S. arr. N.r. July 8, 1908: re-en,b. Boston, July 
«, 1909. Arr. home Oct. 4, 1915. Sailed Jan. 25, 1919; Arr. home 
Apr. 13, 1922. Returned Sept. 1, 1935. Uvlng in Calif. 1947. Died 
at Santa Monica, Calif, on Sept. 20, 1955. See card. 

M^. Ossher (EU.abeth Freeman Barrows) (See page «T mar. Tan. June 26, 
1900: vis. U.S. arr. N.T. July 8, 1908. re-emb. Boston, July 24, 1909. 
Died July 14, 1915 at Tan, TurRey. (See Miss'y. Herald, Oct. 1915, 
p. 436). 
......■> T.i nn.n underwood, b. Ellery Tp. Chautauqua Co., S.I. Sept. 30, 

1874= united .Ith Cong.l. Ch. Jamesto-n, N.r. 1390: studied 2 years 



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in Lafayette College; studied medicine in Univ. of Mch. and in Denver: 
emb. Boston, Sept. IS, 1901. arr. Bitlis, Kay 24, 1902: vis. U.S. arr. 
N.T. Apr. 15, 1909, released Aug. 17, 1909. In the fall of 1943 made a 
trip by plane to the Near East visiting Istanbul, Ankara, Erzerum, etc, 

Mrs. Underwood, (Dr. Dora E. Judson) b. San Francisco, Cal. Aug, 5, 1877: 
united with Christian Ch. San Francisco, 1389: studied in common 
schools: mar. Buffalo, N.Y, Aug. 2, 1901: emb. Boston, Sept. 13, 1901: 
arr, Bitlis, May 24, 1902. vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Apr. 15, 1909. raleased 
Aug. 17, 1909. (1909-20 she practiced in La Grande, Ore., and in Portland 
after that till summer of 1946. Died Jan. 5, 1947, Portland, Oregon. 

Henry Herbert Atkinson, son of Rev. W.H. Atkinson: b. Ahmednagar, 
Bombay Presidency, India, May 26, 1870: united with Cong'l. Ch. Rapid 
City, S.D. 1884: grad. Iowa College 1893: studied medicine in Cooper 
Med. College, San Francisco, Cal. emb. Boston, July 31, 1901: arr, 
Harpoot May 10, 1902. vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Sept. 19, 1908. re-emb, N.Y. 
Sept, 2, 1909: Died Dec. 25, 1915 at Harpoot, Turkey. See Missy. 
Herald, Feb. 1916. p, 69. 

Mrs. Atkinson, (Tacy Adelia Wilkinson) b. Salem, Richardson Co., Neb. 
July 3, 1370: united with Presb. Ch., in Kansas 1884: studied in Park 
College,: Ma. 1894 and Pacific Univ. Or. 1899. mar. San Rafael, Cal., 
July 7, 1901: emb. Boston, July 31, 1901. arr. Harpoot, May 10, 1902, 
visit U.S. arr. N.Y. Sept. 19, 1908. re-emb, N.Y. Sept. 2, 1909. Arrd, home 
Aug. 22, 1917. Died Dec. 11, 1937 at Philadelphia, Penn. 

Edwin St. John V/ard, M.D . son of Langdon S. Hard, for 30 years Treas. of 
the Am, Board: b. Brookline, Mass. March 31, 1830: united with 1st Ch, 



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Newton Center, May 1892: grad. Amherst Col. 1900, Col, of Physicians 
& Surgeons. Columbia Univ. N.Y. City: emb. N.Y. May 7, 1907: in May 
1910, Dr. Ward accepted an invitation to become connected with the 
Syrian Prot. College at Beirut. Passed away July 31, 1951 in 
Northampton, Mass. (hospital). See card, 

Mrs. V7ard. (Charlotte Edwarci Allen) b, Longmeadow, tess. Dec. 11, i880: 
united with Cong'l. Ch, Longmeadow, Jan. 1895: grad. Mt.Holyoke Col, 
1903: mar. Longmeadow, Mass. May 2, 1907. emb. N.I. June 7, 1907. 

Assistant Missionaries 

Maria Gilman ^Jutting, b. Randolph, Dodge Co., Ohio, Oct. 23, 1855. prof. 
relig. Dixon, 111., July 1875: grad. Rockford Sem,, 111. 1880; emb. 
Sept. 16, 1886: arr. Mardin, Nov. 11, 1886. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. May 
22, 1893: released March 17, 1896. 

Helen Louise Dewey, b. Rutland, Vt., Feb. 11, 1858; prof, relig. Rutland, 
1874: Studied Miss Vaughn's sch., Rutland, Rutland Acad. & Miss 
TLnkham's school, Washington, D.C. Qnb. Boston, Sept. 16, 1886: arr. 
Mardin, Nov. 11, 1886: mar. Dr. D.M.B. Thorn at Mardin July 24, 1889. 
(See Vol. Ill, p. 94) 

Alice Heald ; b. Pine Qrove, Cal. March 23, 1863: prof, relig. 1872 or 3: 
studied at Iowa College: emb. Boston, Sept. 8, 1888: arr. Harpoot, Oct. 25, 
1888: married at Harpoot, Aug. 11, 1891; Mr. Wilinot H.Wheeler, son of 
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Bnma Minerva Bamum, dau, of Rev. H.N. Barnum, for many years a member 
of this mission: b, Harpoot, Turkey, Dec. 9, 1866: prof, relig Harpoot, 
18795 studied at Dana Hall, Wellesley & Lasell Sem. : emb. Boston, Aug, 
31, 1889: arr. Harpoot, Sept. 26, 1889. mar. Rev. Henry H. Riggs,. 
Harpoot, May 2, 1907. See page 45) Died Apr. 27, 1917 at Harpoot. 

Upoer , . , 

Ellen Ropes Ladd, b_yClapton (London) Eng., Sept, 19, 1865: prof, relig. 

April 2, 1875: studied in Westfield Sem,, N.J., and Wellesley Ck>ll.: 

emb. New York, Oct. 2, 1389: arr. Van, Dec, '89: vis. U.S. arr, N.Y. 

Nov. 23, 1892. Mar. Rev. Herbert M. Allen, Bangor, June 10, 1893. 

Katherine Bella Eraser, b. Sherbrooke, N.S. 1867: prof, relig. St. Johns 
Presby. Ch. Yarmouth, N.S. 1884: studied in public schools, grad. C.L.S.C, 
emb. N.Y. July 23, 1892: arr. Van, Nov, 2, '92: vis, the U.S, arr, N,Y. 
Sept. 25, 1897: Died Boston, June 7, 1899. (See July '99 Herald, page 
264). 

Grace Hi^ley Knapp , dau. of Rev. Geo, C. Knapp. b, Bitlis, Turkey, 
Nov, 21, 1870, prof, relig, 1384: grad. Mt.Holyoke Coll. 1893: emb, 
Boston, Aug. 5, 1893. arr. Cons'ple Sept. 14. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y, 
July 17, 1902: re-emb. Boston July 12, 1910: arr'd, U,-S. Oct, 4, 1915; 
N.E, Relief 4 yrs. Editorial Dept., Am. Bd. 1922-40; Retired 1940, 
Died at Newton Wellesley Hosp., Newton Lower Falls, Mass. on March 14, 
1953. Buried in Am. Bd. Lot, Newton Cemetery. See memo, in card file. 

Effie Mary Chambers, b. near Sidney, Fremont Co., Iowa, Oct, 3, 1863: 
prof, relig. Sidney, la., 1877: studied Iowa State Normal Sch, Western 
Normal College and Tabor Coll.: emb, N.Y. Oct. 21, 1893: vis. U.S. arr. 
H.T. Apr. 21, 1901. re-emb. N.Y. May 6, 1902. Arr. home Feb. 18, 1912. 



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Elizabeth Barstow Huntingrbon. b. Norwich, Ct., 1866: prof, relig. 
Norwich, 1883: Grad. Norwich Free Acad. 1836 and later from Normal 
Training Course: emb. >fontreal, July 21, 1894: arr. Van, Oct. 6, '94: 
Released Aug. 15, 1899. 

Johanna L ouise Graf, b. Davenport, Iowa, June 7, 1867: prof, relig. 
Wathena, Kansas, 1835: studied at Emporia, Kansas State Nonnal School. 
Before his marriage, l«Iiss Graf's father was a Swiss missionary in Africa, 
and his continued interest in an prayers for the vrork led her to the 
decision to go as a missionary. Emb. N.Y. Sept. 26, 1894: Vis. U.S. 
in 1902: re-emb. N.I. Aug. 8, 1903: Arr. home June 6, 1911; Sailed 
Oct. 19, 1912; From Oct. 1912 to Feb. 1913 was in Germany, studying & 
visiting relatives. Was transferred to Presby. Bd. Aug. 17, 1920, & she 
ceased to be an Am. Bd. Mis'y. Died on April 16, 1957 in Springfield, 
Mo, See card. 

Theresa L yman Huntington, b. Galesburg, Knox Co., HI., May 21, 1875: 
prof, relig. Milton, Mass. Jan. 1896: studied at Wellesley College: 
«ab. N.H. Sept. 10, 1898: arr. Harpoot, Nov. 15, Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, 
Sept. 1905. released July 3, 1906. I4arried Mr. Charles L. Zlegler. Died 
in Waban, Mass. March 20, 1945. 

Laura Ellsvorth. b. Highland, Iowa Co., Wis., July 22, 1870: 
prof, relig. Presb. Church, OregraijWis. 1388: studied at the University 
of Wisconsin: emb. N.I. Sept. 10, 1898: arr. Harpoot Nov. 15: mar. a 
Kr. Anderson attached to the British Consulate/at Sivas^in 1900: re- 
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Ruth Mary Bushnell. b, Cla/ Center, Clay Co., Kansas, Sept. lA, 1371: 
prof, rellg. Joppa, Mich., 1339: studied in Olivet College, Mich.; emb. 
N.I. Sept. 10, 1398. arr. Erzroom Nov. 7. Vis. U.S. arr. Quebec Jul/ 
1, 1905. re-emb. N.Y. July 17, 1906: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Aug. 17, 1910, 

Elizabeth Freeman Barrows . dau. of Rev. John Otis Barrows, formerly of 
the Western Turkey Mission; b. Cesarea, Turkey, Oct. 20, 1373: prof. 
relig. Atkinson, N.H. 1385: studied in Iforthfield Sem. and Vfomans 
College, Baltimore; emb. Boston, Oct. 18, 1399. mar. at Van, June 26, 
1900, D.C. Ussher (See page 82). 

frisell McFarlane McLaren, b. Glasgow, Scotland, Oct. 24, 1874: prof. 
relig. 1883. studied Lake Erie Sem. and Mt.Holyoke College; emb. N.Y. 
Aug. 18, 1900. arr. Van, Nov. 3, 1900. vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Oct. 1906. 
re-emb. Boston, Oct. 2, 1909. Arr. home Oct. 10, 1917; sailed Jan. 11, 
1921; arr. home June 27, 1925. Retired in 1925, on returning home. 
Died Nov. 8, 1964 at St.Luke's Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio. 

kmes Fenenga. b. Island of Schermonkoog, ffolland, Europe, April 5, 
1874: united with 1st Cong. Ch., Yankton, So. Dak. 1892: studied in 
Yankton College: emb. N.Y. Oct. 5, 1901: arr. Mardin Dec. 4, vis. 
U.S. arr. Boston, Sept. 5, 1909. See card. Died in Gregory, S. Dak. 
on April 4, 1949. 

Miriam Ve dder Piatt, b. Poughkeepsie, Duchess Co., N.Y. April 5, 1375: 
prof, relig. Presb. Ch. Poughkeepsie, May 1884: studied at Quincy School 
Poughkeepsie and Lucy Wheelock Kindergarten School, Boston: emb. Sept. 
1900. Vis. U.S. in 1904: re-emb. N.Y. July 30, 1904: mar. Rev. Edward 



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Carey, Constantinople Sept. 6, 1907. (See page 79). Died Aug. 31j 
1958 Grove Beach, Conn, (summer home). 

Susan Reid Norton , b. Lakeville, Conn. Dec. 15, 1373: united with 
Cong'l. Church, Salisbury, Conn. 1884: studied in public & private 
schools of Lakeville, and Conn, State Normal School: emb, N.I. Sept. 1, 
1903: 

Bertha Wilson, b. Rochester, N.T. Sept. 21, 1871. In 1834 united with 
Calvary Baptist Ch., New Haven, Conn., in 1895 transferred membership 
to Central Cong. Ch., BrookljTi, N.Y. : Studied in Syracuse Univ. Taught 
6 yrs. Emb. N.Y. Sept. 1, 1903: Released Sept. 24, 1907. 

Kary I^tle Foote, transferred from Western Turkey March 7, 1905 (see 58 & 
page 73). Vis. U.S. arr. N.I. Sept. 2, I906. 

Karia Brooks Poole, b. New lork City, June 8, 1875: united with the 

Broadway Tab., N.Y. June 1891: studied in private schools in N.Y. City: 

for 9 years stenographer in the office of the International Com. of the 

I.M.C.A.: emb. Boston, Sept, 16, 1905: died at Harpoot, Feb. 2, 1911. 

(See May 1911 Herald, page 208). 

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Plantha Laura Dewey, dau. of Willis C. Dewey, formerly of this mission; 
b. Abeih, Mt. Lebanon, Syria, July 28, 1878: united with Presb. Ch., 
Athens, Pa, in 1894: grad. Oberlin College: emb. Boston, Sept. 16, 1905. 
See card. Passed away in North Collins, New York on January 14, 1951. 



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Bmia Gertrude Ro^rs . b. New Britain, Haurtford Co., Conn. Apr. 15, 1876: 
united with Cong. Ch. New Britain, Mar. 1336: studied New Britain Jbrmal 
School and Mt.Holyoke Col.: emb, Boston Sept. 14, 1907. Arr. home July 
26, 1911; sailed Aug. 8, 1912; arr. home Oct. 4, 1915. Passed away 
at New Britain, Conn. April 17, 1948. See card. 

Eunice Mary Atkins, b. Elk River, Sherburne Co., Minn. Jan. 20, 1882: 
I united with Union Church, Elk River, 1902: grad. Hamline Univ.: emb. 
N.r. Aug. 1, 1903. Stationed at Erzroom Sept. 1918 - Mar. 1914. 
Died at Erzroom, Turkey, Mar. 18, 1914 (smallpox) See Miss. Herald, 
May, 1914. p. 225. 

Ellen Weston Catlin, b. Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, June 1, 1883: united 
with Presb. Ch., Birmingham, Ala., 1893 or 4: grad. Univ. of Vermont: 

\ emb. N.r. Sept. 16, 1908. Arr. home Nov. 5, 1913; Sailed Oct. 18,1919; 

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i Caroline Silliman, b. New Canaan, Conn., Oct. 6, 1881: united with the 

Cong'l. Ch. of New Canaan when 13 years of age: studied at New Canaan 
Institute and New Britain State Normal School: emb. N.I. Sept. 16, 1908: 
Died at Barton House, Aubumdale, Mass. Saturday, May 30, 1964. 



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)ttsslonarie3^ 

^^^ ^ Fairbai^ son of Rev. S.B. Fairbank, D.D., for many years a member 
of this mission: b. in Bombay, Pres. Wadale, India, June 30, 1862: prof. 
reUg. India 1874: studied Phillips Acad.: grad. Amherst Coll. 1883, 
Tale Divinity School, 1336; ord. Hatfield, Kass., May 27, '86: emb. July 
8, .86: vis. U.S. arr. N.T. May 19, 1893: re-emb. New loric, Aug. 29,1894. 
Jr. Wadale Oct. 31. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, Oct. 1, '98: re-emb. - 
H.T. Oct. 7, »99. Vis. U.S. arr. N.T. July 11, 1902: re-enb. Boston, Sept. 
17, 1902. Vi3. U.S. arr. N.Y. Apr. 1, 1908. re-emb. N.Y. Oct. 17, 1908. 
ar[.'d. home Feb. 17, 1914; sailed Jan. 30, 1915: ar'd. home June 10, 1923; 
D.D. amherst June 20, 1923. Sailed Apr. 19, 1924. Died Sept. 19, 1926 
in Ahmednager. See Herald Nov. 26, page^439. 

>h>s. Fairbank. (Ruby EUzabeth Harding), see p. 140, Vol. I. b. Bombay Oct. 
23, 1860. Married Sept. 16, 1886: vis. U.S. arr. N.I. May 19, 1393: re-emb. 
Hev Toric, Aug. 29, 1894: arr. Wadale, Oct. 31; vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco 
Oct. 1, '98: re-emb. Boston Sept. 17, 1902. Died at Ahmednagar, Dec. 24,1906. 
See Feb. 190? Herald, page 54). 

Mrs. Fairbank, (l^ Etta >toulton) See page 100. mar. Ahmednagar Nov. 17, 
1908. Ar'd. H. Feb. 7, 1914. Sailed Jan. 3, 1915; ar'd H. June 10, 1923; 
sailed Apr.i9, 1924. Retired to Honor Roll in 1931. Died at Kodaikanal, 
^uly 28, 1931. 

James Hillie Sibley, b. Utchfield, Ohio, April l6, 1847. prof, relig. Litch- 
field, 0. 1866: took preparatory and partial coUegiate course at Oberlin: ord. 
Utchfield. 0. 1877: Mr. and Mrs. Ubley went out in 1877 as independent 
•faith- missionaries: appt'd. Apr. 19, 1387: died at Satara Aug. 13, 1888. 



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Theodore Storrs Lee , b. Cleveland, 0. Ma/ 23, 1873. united with Centre 
Cong. Ch., New Haven, Conn, grad. WiUiston Sem., Amherst College 1900 
and Union Sem. 1903: ord. White Plains, N.Y. Oct, 20, 1903: emb. New 
Tork, Nov, 14, 1903: vis, U.S. arr. N.Y. Apr. 16, 1911, Died at New 
Tork City Aug. 24, 1911 (See Missy. Herald, Oct, 1911, p. 448). 

Hra. Lee, (Hannaih Hume) dau. of Rev, R.A. Hume: b. Ahmednagar, India, March 
11, 1878: united with the mission ch. in Ahmednagar in 1888: grad. at 
Vellesley College, 1900: mar. New Haven, Conn. Oct. 1, 1903: emb. N.Y. 
Nov. 14, 1903: vis. U.S. arr. N.I. Apr. 16, 1911. Sailed July 3, 1912j 
MT. home Dec. ?, 1919. Appt'd. Asso. Sec'y. W.B.M. 1920. Married John 
Calder Sept. 13, 1930, Aubumdale, Masft. Died March 1, 1962 in Cambridge, 
Kass. 

Corliss Wilkes Lay ; b. Kewanee, Henry Co., HI. Aug, 11, 1862: prof, relig. 
Kewanee, 1874: grad. Knox Coll. 1887: studied Chicago & Yale Sems. grad. 
Chicago, 1390: ord. Kewanee, Aug. 20, 1890: emb. Boston, Sept. 6, 1890: 
arr. Bombay, Oct. 2, '90. Returned to U.S. arr. San Francisco, July 5, 
1893; released Aug. 1, 1393. Died, at Clareaiont, Calif. July 25, 1941. 

Mrs. Lay. (Lillian Belle Matthews) b. Waupun, Fon du Lac Co., Wis. Oct. 6, 
1863: prof, relig. Yankton, S.D., 1884: studied Yankton Coll., and Wbmans 
>fed. Coll. Chicago: mar. July 27, 1890: emb. Boston, Sept. 6, 1890: arr. 
Bofflbay, Oct. 2, '90. Returned to U.S. arr. July 5, 1893: released Aug. 1, 
1893. Died at Long Beach, Calif. Dec. 9, 1933. 

Henry Gaston Bissell, b. Milan, 0, Dec, 3* 1864: son of Rev, Lemuel Bissell 
of this mission: prof, relig. Barre, Mass. June, 1882: grad. Olivet Coll. 
1^; Hartford Iheol. Sera. '92: ord. Hampton, Conn. March 17, 1892: emb. 



MARATHA MISSION 

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Sept. 24, 1892: arr. Bombay Nov. 13. Returned to U.S. arr. New York, April 
11, 1895: re-emb. N.Y. Sept. 5, 1896. arr. Bombay Oct. 26, '96. Vis. U.S. 
arr. N.Y. May - 1905: re-emb. N.Y. Sept. 3, 1907. Died Poona, India, Nov. 
21, 1912. See Miss. Herald Feb. 1913 p. 61. 

Mrs. Bissell : (Alice Iheo King) b. Commerce, Oakland Co., Mich., July 
30, 1867: prof, relig. Pontiac, Mich. Feb. 1878: studied at Olivet. CoU. 
I Mich: mar. Breckenridge, Mich., Aug. 13, 1891: emb. Boston, Sept. 24, 1892! 

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\ N.Y. Sept. 5, 1396: arr. Oct. 26, '96: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. May - 1905. 

I ra-emb. N.Y. Sept. 3, 1907. Ar'd. hotoe July 29, 1913. Died in Jamaica 

I Plains, Mass. on July 27, 1952. See card. 

Harvey Merrill Lawson . b. Union Tolland Co., Ct. Jan. 31, 1868: prof, 
relig. Union, Ct. July, 1383: grad. Yale Univ. 1390, Yale Div. School, 
1893: ord. New Haven, May 18, 1893: emb. N.Y. July 29, 1893: arr. 
Bombay Sept. 9, '93: vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, May 21, 1897: re- 
leased June 7, 1898. Mr. Lawson died at Union, Conn, on March 6, 1948. 

Mrs. Lawson. (Dedi Sarah Baldwin) b. Litchfield, Bradford Co., Pa., 
\ Aug. 27, 1869: prof, relig. Litchfield, Aug. 1385: studied at Bucknell Univ. 

Pa. & Med. Miss'y. Coll. N.Y.: mar. New Haven, Ct. May 23, 1393: emb. N.Y. 
July 29, 1893. released Jxrne 7, 1898. Died March 23, 1947, Union, Conn. 

Edward Falrbank, son of Rev. S.B. Fairbank, D.D., b. Kodei Kanal June 5, 
1867: prof, relig, Aubumdale - : grad. Amherst Coll. 1889. Yale Div, 
Sch. 1891, Andover Sem. '92: ord. Amherst Coll. May 23, 1893: emb. July 



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A 29, 1893: arr. Bombay Sept. 16, 1893. Vis. U.S. arr. New York Mch. 27, 1901. 
re-«nb. N.Y. May 28, 1902. Vis. U.S. arr. N.I. Sept. 26, 1909. re-enb. 
Boston, Oct. 25, 1910. Retired 1938 at Vadala. See card, 

Mrs. Falrbank (Maiy Adelaide Caskey) b. Morristown, l-brris Co., N.J. 
Kar. 26, 1871: prof, relig. 1883: studied 2 years at Mt. Holyoke Coll.: 
mar. Morristown, N.J. June 14, 1893: emb. N.Y. July 29, 1893: arr. Bombay 
Sept. 16, 1893. Vis. U.S. arr. New York, Mch. 27, 1901. re-emb. N.I. May 
28, 1902. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Sept. 26, 1909: re-emb. Boston, Oct. 25, 
1910: worked at Vadala, Retired 1938. Passed away at Newton Lower Falls, 
Kass, on July 2, 19^51. See card. 

vnUam Hazen . b, Jericho Center, Vt. Nov. 3, 1870: united with Cong'l. 
Ch. Richmond, Vt. Nov. 1886; studied at Deerfield Acad.; grad. Uhiv. of 
" Vermont, 1893, Hartford Seau 1897: ord. Sherburne, Vt. Sept. 23, 1897: 
pastor at Sherburne, Vt., 1897-99: emb. N.I. July 2S, 1900; vis. U.S. 
»rr. Victoria, B.C. April 26, 1909: re-emb. N.I. May 25, 1910. Worked 
at Sholapur. Retired 1912. Died at Deaconess Hosp. in Boston, July 7, 
1949. See card. 

Krs. Hazen (Florence E. Hartt) see page 100. vis. U.S. arr. Victoria, B.C. 
April 26, 1909. re-emb. N.I. May 25, 1910: Sholapur - Retired in 1942. 
Died in Lancaster, Mass. on November 3, 1957. See card. 



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pj^n K» yser Hunsber^er, b. tfcntgomerj Co., Penna. Nov. 26, 1873: 
united with Preab'n Church, Pottstoo., Penna. Jan. 1891: grad. Princeton 
1900, and Hartford Theol. Sem. 1903: ord. Hartford, April 23, 1903: emb. 
Kew York, May 6, 1903: arr. Bombay June 15, 1903: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 
Apr. 16, 1911. Raleaaed Jan. 30, 1912. Died January 11, 1961. 

Wra. Hunsber^er (Elisabeth Norris Hume) dau. of Rev. EdWd.S. Hume of - 
this mission: b. Bombay, India, Dec. 11, 1878: united with mission ch. 
at Bombay 1888: studied at Dana Hall, WeUesley College & Hartford Ilieol. 
Sem.: mar. Nev Haven. April 27, 1903: emb. N.Y. May 6, 1903: arr. Bombay 
June 15, 1903: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Apr. 16, 1911. Released Jan. 30, 1912. 
Died in Norristown, Pa. April 17, 1954. See card. 

Alden Rvde Clark, b. MinneapoUs, Minn. June 26, 1878: united >dth Cong'l. 
Church, Northampton, Mass. about 1892: grad. Amherst Col. 1900: Union Theol. 
Sem. 1903: ord. Minneapolis, May 25, 1904: emb. N.Y. July 16, 1904: vis. 
U.S. 1910. re-emb. Boston, Oct. 19, 1910: Arr. home June 12, 1918; Was 
in Board service first in N.Y. office, then in Boston, apfd. Acting 
Secy. Apr. 1919. (Was Cand. Sec'y. in Am. Bd. Oct. 26, 1920 to 1923). 
Sailed Apr. 17, 1923. Came to U.S. in 1924 to raise funds for Com. 
House in Bombay; arr. on field Aug. 1, 1925. D.D. Amherst June 1925. Arr. 
home May 1929. Began work of Foreign Sec'y. Aug. 1, 1930. Died May 27, 
I960 in Boston (home Wellesley), Mass. See card. 

Mrs. Clark, (l^Iary Sheaf er Whitcomb) b. Maiden, Mass., Aug. 31, 1875: 
united with Union Cong'l. Ch. Boston, 1883: studied at Smith Col.: mar. 
Chestnut Hill, May 14, 1904: emb. N.Y. July 16, 1904: re-emb. after a visit 
to the U.S. Boston, Oct. 19, 1910: arr. home June 12, 1918: Sailed June 
20, 1925; Arr. home May 30, 1927. 



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Robert Ernest Hume, son of Rev. Robert A. Hume, bom Ahmednagar, iidia, 
March 20, 1877. united with Dr. Manger's ch.. New Haven, Conn., 1891: 
seven years In Tale Univ. B.A. '98, M.A. 1900, Ph.D. '01; grad. Union 
Theol. Sem. '04. accompanied Dr. Chas. Cuthbert Hall on his Barrows Lecture 
tour around the world. Before going to the field translated from the Sancrit 
"Thirteen Principle Upaoishads" published by Macmullan & Co. 1907: emb. N.Y. 
Aug, 2k, 1907j Arr. home Apr. 1, 1914. Prof, of History of Religions, Union 
Theol. Sem., N.Y.C. Sept. 1914 - 1945. Passed away January 4, 194B at his 
home in New York City, 

Mrs. Hume (Laura Caswell) b. Mil town, N.B., Can, Oct. 2, 1878. united with 
Cong'l, Church, Milltown, N.B. 1893: studied in public schools, St, Stephens 
Business College, I'dass. Gen'l. Hospital: mar, Milltown, N.B. March 15, 1907. 
emb. N.Y. Aug. 24, 1907: Arr. home April 1, 1914. Died on August 8, 1962 
in Detroit, Michigan. See card. 

Charles Hulburd Burr, b. Franklin, N.H. Feb. 14, 1878: united with Cong'l. 
Church at Oberlin, 0, 1895: grad. Oberlin College 1903: engaged in teach- 
ing in Oberlin College until 1907: emb. N.Y. Sept. 3, 1907. returned May 
3, 1915. re-embarked June 15, 1916, arrived U.S. May 9, 1923. Died at 
Berea College on May 3, 1924. Missionary Herald, 1924 - page 299. 

Hrs. Burr (Annie Bra3rton Harding) dau. of Rev, Charles Harding, formerly of 
this mission: b. Sholapur, India, Sept, 15, 1879: united with the mission 
church in India: grad, Mt.Holyoke Col. mar. Aubumdale, Aug. 30, 1904: emb. 
N.T. Sept. 3, 1907: Arr. home May 3, 1915; sailed June 15, 1916: arr. home 
*^y 9, 1923: Married Raymond Bradford Harding. Died March 25, 1961, Newton 
lower Falls, Mass. See card. 



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Missionary Physieiana 

Robert KcCullou^h, b. Rondont, Ulster Co., N.T. Dec. 23, I860, prof. 
relig. at Rondont, 1875; studied at Hamilton College two years, studied 
nedicine in New York City and in University of Vennont: emb. Boston, 
Sept. 8, 1883: returned to U.S. arr. N.Y. July 20, 1891. 

Julia Bissell, daughter of Rev. Lemuel Bissell, D.D., b. Ahmednagar, 
Bombay Pres. India, Kay 20, 1862: prof, relig. Ahmednagar 1873; studied 
Mt.Holyoke Col. 1878; grad. Wellesley 1886; Wbmans Med. Col. of Penn. '93; 
went first to India in 1886: vis. U.S. and studied medicine returning '94: 
emb. Dec. 2, 1B94: arr. Bombay Jan. 13, 1895. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Mar. 24, 
1902: released Feb. 9, 1904. 

George Winthrop Harding, M.D., son of Rev, Charles Harding, b. Mahableshwar, 
India, May 14, 1875: vmited with Presb. Ch. Germantown, Pa. 1890: grad. 
Cberlin Col. 1896: studied in Med. Dept. Western Reserve Univ. 1896-9- 
Rush, Chicago 1900 M.D.: emb. Aug. 4, 1900. Died at Ahmednagar Jan. 14, 
1903. (See March 1903 Herald, page 105). 

Mrs. Harding. ( y ^Tiily Diament Williams) dau^ of Rev. Mark Williams of North 
China, b. Peking, Kay 26, 1873: united with the church in Kalgan 1886: 
studied at Oberlin Acad. & College , and Womans Med. Colleges of Phila- 
delphia and Chicago: mar. Shandon, 0., June 29, 1900: emb. Aug. 4, 1900. 
To 1910. 

Louise H. Ralney Grieve, M.D., bom at sea, Nov. 1, 1863. prof, relig. 
Preab, Ch. N.T. 1876: studied in Packer Collegiate Inst. Brooklyn, Wellesley 
College, Womans I-Ied. College, N.Y., Infirmary N.Y. Post Grad. Sch. and 
Hospital: emb. N.I. Fev. 7, 1900: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Nov. 1, 1907. Died 
March 4, 1932. 



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Lester Hayes Beals, M,D,, b, Grand Blanc, Michigan, Dec. 30, 1873 J united 
with Ckjng'l.Ch., Grand Blanc Ch., Grand Blanc, 1885: grad. Arts College, 
Oniv. of Mich., 1895; and Medical Cksllege of the same, 1899: was for a 
time connected with Y.M.C.A. work in Madras, India: emb. N.Y. >:ay 28, 1902: 
arr. Bombay, June 28, 1902: arr. Ahmednagar July 1, 1902: vis. U.S. arr. 
K.T. May 4, 1910: re-emb. Boston, I^y 9, 1911. Retired 1942. 

Krs. Seals (Rose Fairbank) M.D. dau. of Rev. S.B. Fairbank, D.D.; b, 
Ahmednagar, India, Aug. 1, 1874: united with Cong'l. Ch., Northfield, 
Mass. Jan. 1886: grad. Smith College 1895, Johns Hopkins Univ. 1900: 
vent at once to India, mar. Vadala, India, Sept. 27, 1905. vis. U.S. 
arr. N.Y. May 4, 1910: re-emb. Boston, May 9, 1911. Retired 1942. 
Died in Clareaont, Calif, on March 26, 1955. 

Ruth Peabody Hume, M.D., dau. of Rev. Robert A. Hume of this mission. 

b, Ahmednagar, India, June 2, 1875: United with Dr. Munger's church. New 

Raven, June 1387: grad. at Wellesley College '97, and Womans' Medical 

College of Pennsylvania, '02, Philadelphia: emb. New York, Nov. 14, 1903: 

Ar'd. home Jan. 14, 1911; Sailed July 3, 1912; ar'd home Aug. 1921; Sailed 

Doc. 1, 1923; Ar'd. home Apr. 21, 1930. Died June 3, 1931 at New Haven, 

Conn. 

Hary Eleanor Stephenson. M.D. b. Brooklyn, N.Y. Feb. 17, 1872. united 
*lth the Methodist Church in Brooklyn in 1882: grad. Wellesley College 
^^5 and Vfomana' Med. College of Penn. : emb. N.Y. Jan. 6, 1906. Was in 
Ahaednagar and Bombay in 1915: became Mrs, Picken - As Mrs. Picken 
Continued to 1920. Dr. Picken died at (Sreenport Hospital near Orient, 
K«w York on February 23, 1953. See card. 



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Assistant Missionaries 

Srdly Blssell, dau. of Rev. Lemuel BisseU, D.D. of this mission, b. 

Sirur, India, Aug. 20, 1860: prof, relig. Ahmednagar, 1872: studied 
: three years at Mt.Holyoke Sem.: resided for some time vdth her father in 

i India: appt'd. Jan. 28, 1887: vis. U.S. arr. N.I. May 15, 1394: re-emb. 
i Dec. 2, 1894: arr. Bombay Jan. 18, 1895: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Mar. 24, 

1902. re-emb. N.I. Nov. 14, 1903. Ar'd. home July 27, 1911; SaUed 
I Dec. 18, 1913; Ar'd. home Aor. 7, 1922; Sailed Sept. 10, 1923; Utt. 
I D. Nov. 4, 1925, Mt.Holyoke. Ar'd home Aug. 19, 1929. Retired to Honor 

I Roll 1930. Died at Claremont, Cal., June 13, 1953. See card. 

^ Anna Lane Millard, b. I-Iilwaukee, Wis. July U, 1861: prof, relig. Thayer, 

; Iowa, 1873: studied Carleton. Coll.: emb. Boston, Sept. 8, 1887: arr. 

'. Bombay, Oct. 31, '87: vis. U.S. arr. N.I. June 9, 1894: re-emb. N.I. 

I Sept. 21, 1895. Vis. U.S. arr. N.I. May 12, 1902. Vis. U.S. arr. San 

\ Francisco, May 21, 1909. re-emb. Boston, Oct. 19, 1910. Ar'd. home May 

! 16, 1920; sailed Oct. 21, 1921; arr'd. home Oct. 11, 1925. Retired to 

I Honor Roll Dec. 18, 1925. Died Oct. 12, 1935 at Pasadena, Cal. 

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\ Willia m Nelson de Re^t, b. Oriskany, Oneida Co., N.I.; prof, relig. June 

j 1881: Oad. Hamilton Coll. 1884: emb. Boston, Sept. 8, 1887: arr. 
j Bombay, Oct. 31, '87: Died of smallpox at Ahmednagar, April 2, 1888. 
(see obit. Miss. Herald M^y, 1888. p. 138) 

Elizabeth Mary Lyman, b. Jfontreal, Canada, Aug. 21, 1858: prof, relig. 
March 1876: studied Mrs. Lays Sem., Miss Sabin's & at Abbot Acad.: emb. 
Boston, Sept. 8, 1887: arr. Bombay, Oct. 31, '87: vis. U.S. arr. Montreal 
Oct. 27, 1891. released Dec. 18, 1893. 



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Anstice Abbott, dau. of Rev. Amos Abbott, formerly of this mission, b. 
Ahmednagar, ladia, Aug. 16, 1839: prof, relig. Portsmouth, N.H. 1S52: grad. 
from Punchard Acadeniy, Andover, ^ss. Sept. 1389: Arr. Bombay, Oct. 11, 
1889. Vis. U-S. arr. San Francisco, May 20, 1399. re-emb. Boston, Aug. k, 
1900J arr. Bombay, Oct. 7, 1900. Arr. Genoa, Italy, Oct. 6, 1905, to^ 
spend the winter in France. Died in England on Nov. 5, 1921. Missy. 
Herald 1922 pg. 37. 

Harriet Louisa Bruce. (Ifrs. George Cooper), dau. of Rev. Henry J. Bruce 
of this missiisn. b. Ahmednagar, Bombay Pres., India, Mar. U, 1866: prof, 
relig. Satara, iidia, Jan. 5, 1877: studied Mt.Holyoke Sem., grad. 1887: 
emb. N.Y. Oct. 19, 1889: Released April 22, 1902. Died on April 1, 1961 
in Nashville, Tenn. See info, in obit, files. 

Jean P. Gordon, b. Nelson, Co. of Hatton Prov. Ontario, July 8, 1866: 
prof, relig. 1381: studied Milton Normal School, Toronto: emb. June 25, 
1890; arr. Abaednagar Aug. 6, 1890. Vis. U.S. arr. Vancouver Apr. 25, 
1899: re-emb. N.I. Aug. 25, 1900: arr. Bombay Oct. 7, vis. U.S. 1909: 
re-emb. Boston, Oct. 25, 1910: retired 1936. 

Isabella Nugent, b. Victoria County, Ontario, April 17, 1862: prof, relig. 
Victoria County 1880: studied Port Hope >iodel Sch. and Ottawa Nonnal Sch.: 
emb. June 25, 1890: arr. Ahmednagar, Aug. 6, 1890: vis. U.S. arr. N.I. 
May 5, 1896. Released April 25, 1899. Reappt'd. Oct. 10, 1899: re-emb. 
N.I. Oct. 23, '99. vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco Apr. 29, 1907. Vis. U.S. 
arr. Montreal Sept. 12, 1908: re-emb. Boston, Nov. 21, 1908. Arr. home Dec. 
18, 1916: Sailed June 6, 1918: Arr. home Jan. 24, 1925; sailed Dec. 24, 1925. 
arr. home June 6, 1931. Retired June 7, 1932. Died in Toronto Sept. 17, 1953. 
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Annie Stockbridge, formerly connected with the Canadian mission in 
Central India: Joined this mission July 16, 1893. b. in India in 1867; 
resided in India all her life with the exception of two years spent in 
Biglandj united with Presb, Ch. 1880, Appointed May 6, 1892. 

Esther Brip:ham Fowler, b, Westfield, Mass. Jan. 28, 1864j prof, relig, 
Jan. 1880: studied in High & Normal schools, & Smith College: emb. N.Y. 
Nov. 18, '93. arr. Bombay, Dec. 25, '93: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. May 27, 
1899: re-emb. N.Y. Oct. 28, 1899. Vis. U.S. arr. N.T. May 17, 1905: 
re-emb. Boston, Oct. 6, 1906, Arr. home Apr. 1912 - Iv, of absence, 
ret'ing Sep, 1912; Arr. home June 1918; sailed July 23, 1919; arr. 
home Sept. 3, 1926; sailed Sept. 10, 1927; Retired May 1, 1935. 

Mary Etta >bulton, b.>bnticello, Jones Co, Iowa, May 14, 1865: prxjf. 
relig, Minneapolis, Minn, May 5, 1884: studied at Carlton College: emb. 
N,r. Oct. 31, 1894: arr. Bombay Dec. 8, Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco 
July 12, 1903: re-emb. N.Y. Oct. 22, 1904: mar. Rev. Henry Fairbank at 
Ahmednagar, Nov. 17, 1908 (see page 90). Mrs. Fairbanks retired 1931. 

Mary Ballantlne Harding, daughter of Rev. Charles Harding of this mission: 
b. Bombay, India May 3, 1871: prof, relig, Hatfield, I^ss, Jan. '85: 
studied for six years in a boarding school in Pittsfield, Mass. and two years 
at Oberlin College. Spent two years in the study of kindergarten work: emb. 
N.T. Sept. 18, 1897; arr. Bombay, Oct. 30, '97: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Hay 5 
1904. re-emb. Boston, Oct. 6, 1906. anr'd.home Hay 3, 1915: re-emb. June 15, 
1916. See Missy. Herald 1919 pg. 136, Died in Sholapur, India Jan. 4, I919. 



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Florence Edith Hartt. b. Jackaontowi Carlton Co., B.C. April 11, 1872: 
prof, relig. Jacksontown, 1883: studied at Woodstock Grammar Sch. emb, 
N.I. Nov, 21, 1900. Mar. Rev. Vfa. Hazen, Ahnednagar, Dec. 20, 1905. 
See page 93. Retired 1942. Died in Lancaster, Mass, (Resthaven) on 
November 3, 1957. See card, 

Merrill Ambrose Peacock, b. Phoenix, Oswego Co., N.Y. June 19, 1870: 
united with Phoenix Cong'l. Ch, 1390: grad, Oberlin Coll. 1897: emb, 
Boston, Sept. 17, 1902: arr, Bombaj, Oct. 17, 1902: Vis. U.S. arr. 
Seattle, May 28, 1909. Released March 14, 1911. 

Mrs. Peacock, (Nellie Laura Preslar) b. Oberlin, Loram Co., Ohio, June 
17, 1876: united vdth 1st Cong'l. Ch. Oberlin, 1885: studied at Oberlin 
College: mar, Oberlin Aug. 10, 1897: emb, Boston Sept. 17, 1902. Arr. 
Bombay, Oct. 17, 1902. Vis. U.S. arr. Seattle l-Iay 28, 1909. Released 
Mar. 14, 1911. Died Sept. 30, 1941. 

Sarah Paterson Judson, b. No. Woodbury, Conn. Aug. 27, 1876: united with 
2nd Cong. Ch., Waterbury, Conn. July 1894: grad. State Normal Sch, New 
Britain, Ct.; emb. Boston, Sept. 13, 1904: mar. Rev. Henry Kemen of the 
Presb, Board, Shalapur, Jvlj 25, 1906. 

Edith Gates, dau. of Rev. L.S. Gates of this mission: b. Shalapur, India, 
Aug. 26, 1878: united with the church in India in 1S90. grad. Mt.Holyoke 



I College & Wn limantic Normal: emb. Boston Nov. 1, 1905. Married Charles 

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gllzabeth Hubbard Vlles, b. Waltham, Middlesex Co., Mass., Jan. 15, 1882: 
united with Trin. Con^. Ch., Waltham Jan. 1397: grad. Smith Col. 1903: 
engaged as gen'l. Sec. I.W.C.A. : emb. N.Y. Sept. 3, 1907: mar. Rev. Arthur 



I H. McBride at Bombay, Feb. 17, 1909. (see below). 



Clara Harding Bruce, dau. of Rev. H, J, Bruce of this mission: b, Satara, 
India, Jan. 29, 1385: united with the mission church at Satara, 1895: 
studied at Wellesley and Radcliffe: emb. N.Y. Sept. 3, 1907: 

Arthur Andrews McBride, b. Austin, >iower Co., Minn. Jan, 30, 1878: united 
with 1st Cong. Church of Austin 1892: grad. Univ. of Minn. 1900, and 
Andover Iheol. Sem. 1907; took 1 year post grad, course at Union Sem. : 
ord. Austin, Minn. May 14, 1908: emb. Boston, May 30, 1908: Arr. home 
June 1915; Sailed June 15, 1916; Arr. home June 4, 1923; Sailed June 
10, 1924; Arr. home Aug. 6, 1929. Withdrew in 1929, & accepted a business 
position in CSiicago. Died April 8, 1966 in Austin, Minnesota, at St, Marks 
Lutheran Retirement Home. 

Mrs. McBride (Elizabeth A. Viles) see above. Arr. home June 1, 1945; 
Sailed June 15, 1916; Arr. home June 4, 1923; sailed Sept. 13, 1924; 
Arr. home June 5, 1928, Withdrew in 1929. 

Elizabeth Johnson, b. Chicago, HI., Feb. 28, 1878: united with First 
Swedish M.E. Church, Chicsgo, 1892: studied at ^body Bible Inst, and 
Tabitha Hospital, Chicago: emb. Boston Nov. 21, 1908. Arr. home May 3, 
1915; Sailed Hay 17, 1917; Arr. home March 29, 1922. Remained in U.S. 
because of ill health. 



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David Carroll Churchill, b. Oberlin, Ohio, March 17, 1873: united vrith 
the Ist Cong. Church of Oberlin in 1884: studied for three years at 
Oberlin Coll., grad. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 1899: Joined the mission in 
1907: vis. the U.S. arr. Seattle, April lA, 1910: re-emb. Boston, June 
3, 1911. Arr. home Jan. 15, 1917. For more than 5 jrs. before full apt'mt 
was asso'td with the mission in industrial work. 

Mrs. Churchill, (Alice Elizabeth Harding) dau. of Rev. Charles Harding: 
b. Sholapur, India, Aug. 2, 1877: united with Cong. Ch. Ridgefield, Ct., 
1890: grad. Wellesley College, 1900: went to the mission immediately 
after graduating from college: mar. at Sholapur, Oct. 3, 1901: via. the 
U.S. arr. Seattle April 14, 1910: re-emb. Boston, June 3, 1911. Died 
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Mrs. Churchill , (A. Eleanor Pranzen) Appointed July 30, 1912. B. July 
25, 1888, Worthington, Minn.; member of Swedish Lutheran Church. Grad. 
Wellesley Col. 1911; Arr. field Oct. 13, 1912; Arr. home Jan. 15, 1917. 
Married May 5, 1914 David C. Churchill, at Guntur, India. Was Supt. of 
Little Boys' Home in Bombay until her marriage. 

Gertrude Harris , b. Scott Co., Ito. Studied for a time in Clinton. Coll., 
Ky.: grad. State Normal School of Missouri, later studied in a N.I. 
Business College and the N.Y. Bible Teachers Training School, emb. N.I. 
Oct, 22, 1910. Died at her home at Berkeley, California, October 15, 1963. 



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Frank Van Allen, M.D. b, Dubuque, Iowa, Jan. 10, I860: prof, relig. M.E. 
Ch. Ravenswood, HI., '76: studied in Yale Med. School & Yale Iheol. Sch, : 
emb. N.Y. Oct. 13, 1838: arr. Dindigul, Nov. 28, 1888. Vis. U.S. arr. 
Boston, Jan, 26, 1900. re-emb. Boston, Nov. 14, 1900. Ar. todura, Jan. 
1901. vis. U.S. arr. Boston, May 10, 190?. re-emb. Boston, Oct. 3, 1908. 
Ar'd. home May 21, 1916; Sailed Dec. 20, 1916. Died in Melur, India on 
Aug. 28, 1923. Missy. Herald 1923 - p. 433. 

Mrs. Van Allen (Harriet Adelia Gurnee) b, Waukegan, Lake Co., HI., Aug. 
7, 1860: prof, relig. M.E. Ch. 1376: mar. Chicago, Sept. 12, 1888: emb. 
N.r, Oct. 13, 1888: arr. Dindigul, Nov, 28, 1888, Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, 
Jan. 24, 1900: re-erab. Boston, Nov. 14, 1900. Ar. Madura Jan. 1901. Vis. 
U.S, arr. N.Y. Aug. 20, 1906. re-emb. Boston, Oct. 3, 1908, Died June 5, 
1911 at Madura City. (See Miss 'y. Herald, Aug. 1911 p. 352) 

Henry Lincoln Bailey, b. Brattleboro, Vt. , May 8, 1865: prof, relig. 
Toledo, 0., May 1874: grad. Middlebury Coll. 1886; Hartford Theol, Sem.1889: 
6_rd. Franklin, N.Y. , Aug^ 13.^ 1889: emb. Boston, Aug. 31, 1889: arr. 
Madura, Nov. 14, 1889: returned to U. S. arr. N.Y. Dec. 1, 1890. re- 
leased Feb. 3, 1891, Pastor at Middletown Springs, Vt. 1891 do '99. 

Mrs. Bailey. (R. Nelle Clute) b. Schroon Lake, Essex Co., N.Y, May 10, 1868: 
prof, relig. Schroon Lake, Aug. 1335: studied Schroon Lake Acad.: mar. 
Schroon Lake, Aug. 8, 1889: emb. Boston, Aug. 31, 1889; arr. Madura, Nov. 
14, 1889. returned to U.S. arr. N.Y. Dec. 1, 1890: released Feb. 3, 1891. 



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^ ■ Franklin Ellsworth Jeffery. b. Paloma, Adams Co., HI., Feb. 21, 1362: 

\ prof, relig, Caaip Point, 111., 1378: studied at Knox Academy & grad. 
Knox Coll., 1337: studied one year in Union Sem., N.Y. & grad. from 

( Chicago Iheol. Sem. 1890: ord. Galesburg, 111., Aug. 26, 1890: emb. 

? Boston, Sept. 6, 1890: arr. Madura Oct. 27, '90: Vis. U.S. arr. - 1894: 

[ Released Sept. 29, 1896: return to mission, authorized June 22, 1897: 

1 re-erab. N.Y. Sept. 4, 1897: arr. Madura, Oct. 23, '97: Vis. U.S. arr. 

I N.Y. May 16, 1907: re-emb. Boston, Oct. 3, 1908: ret. Kay 21, 1916. 

j resalled July 16, 1917: arr. U.S. ;^r. 14, 1921: Retired. Died, 

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relig. Galesburg, 1878: studied at Knox College: mar. Joliet, HI., 

Aug. 19, 1890: emb. Boston, Sept. 6, 1890: arr. Madura, Oct. 27, '90: 

vis. U.S. arr. 1894. Released Sept. 29, 1396: return authorized 

June 22, 1397: re-emb. N.Y. Oct. 4, '97. arr. Madura, Oct. 23, '97: 

vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. May 16, 1907. re-emb. Boston Oct. 3, 1908. arr. 

home May 21, 1916; Sailed July 16, 1917: arr. home Mar. ? , 1921. 

Died July 20, 1938, Oberlin, Ohio. 

Edward Payson Holton, b. Hillsgrove, Mac Donough Co., HI., Feb. 24, 
1864, prof, relig. Everett, Mass. July 6, 1879: grad. Amherst College, 
1887: Yale Divinity School, 1390: took a fourth year at Andover Sem. 
ord. May 14, 1891: emb. Boston, Oct. 24, 1891: arr. Madura, Jan. 9, 
1892: vis. U.S. summer of '94. re-erab. Boston, Sept. 8, '94: Vis. 
U.S. arr. N.Y. May 1, 1900: re-emb. Boston, Sept. 25, 1901. Vis. U.S. 
arr. Boston, June 2, 1910. Sailed Nov. 7, 1911; arr'd. home Feb. 9, 
1919; sailed Oct. 2, 1921; ar'd. home Dec. 22,1927. Retired March 1, 



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Mrs. Holton, (Gertrude Minnie Sears) b. Groveton, N.H. Mar. 5, 1864: 
prof. reli?. No. Amherst, Mass. Mar. 5, 1882: studied in Waltham Tr., 
Sch, for nurses: mar. No. Amherst, Mass., Aug. 7, 1894: emb. Boston 
Sept. 8, 1894: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 1-Iay 1, 1900. re-emb.Boston, Sept. 
25, 1901. vis. U.S. arr. Boston, June 2, 1910: sailed Nov. 7, 1911; 
arr. home Sept. 1, 1916: Sailed Oct. 21, 1921. Arr. home Dec. 22, 1927. 
Retired March 1, 1929; Died Oct. 11, 1951, N.Y.C. 

Willis Pe nfield ELwod . b. Westport, Fairfield Co., Conn. April 13, 1858: 
prof, relig. Green's Farms, Ct., Sept. 1878: grad. Ripon Coll., June 27, 
1888: Union Sem. May 19, 1891: ord. Grd. Green's Farms, Ct., Sept. 8, 
1891: emb. New York, Nov. U, 1891. Arr. Madura, Jan. 9, 1892: Vis. 
U.S. arr. N.Y. May 18, 1902, re-emb. N.Y. Oct. 27, I903. Arr. home 
Nov. 11, 1911; Sailed Sept. 10, 1912; Arr. home Apr. 23, 1920; Sailed 
Kbv. 19, 1921; Arr. home Jan. U, 1927. Retired Feb. 1, 1928. Died in 
Danbury, Conn. May 7, 1943. 

tfrs. ELwood. (Agnes Antoinette Munro) b. Highland Falls, Orange Co., N.Y., 
Oct. 2, 1871. prof, relig. Highland Falls, Mar. 1886: studied in public 
schools Highland Falls, & N.Y. City. mar. N.Y. City Sent. 17, 1891. emb. 
New York, Nov. 11, 1891: arr. Madura, Jan. 9, 1892: Vis. U.S. arr. Boston 
^r; 30, 1901. visited U.S. several mos. in 1901. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 
Kay 18, 1902: re-emb. N.Y. Oct. 27, 1903. Arr'd. home Nov. 11, 1911; 
Sailed Sept. 10, 1912; arr'd. home Apr. 23, 1920; Sailed Nov. 19, 1921; 
arr'd home Jan, 11, 1927. Died in Bloomfield, N.J. Nov. 17, 1930. 



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George Washington V/ri^ht, b. Keolcuk, Lee Co., Iowa, April 11, 1854: 
prof, relig. WaynesviUe, HI., grad. Union College, 1879: Oberlln 
1891: ord. Oberlin Oct. 19, 1391: emb. Boston Nov. 7, 1891. arr. 
Madura, Jan. 9, 1392. Returned to U.S. arr. N.Y. Sept. 8, 1896. 
Released Sept. 29, 1896. 

Charles Stanley Vau^han , b. ^^3tic, Town of Stanbridge, Missisquo Co., 
Prov. of Que'. Can., Dec. 29, 1866: prof, relig. Bedford, Que. 1831; 
took partial course of 3 TTs. at McGill Univ. grad. Wesleyan Theol.Coll., 
Montreal, 1393: ord. Cornwall, Ont. June 4, 1893: emb. Boston, Aug. 12, 
1893: arr. Madura Oct. 5, 1893: Vis. U.S. arr. Montreal, May 29, 1903: 
re-«nb. tontreal Sept. 3, 1904: Arr. home Apr. 24, 1912; sailed Apr. 29, 
1918. Arr. home Apr. 1921; Sailed Aug. 31, 1922; Arr. home July 17, 
1926; Sailed Sept. 10, 1927; Arr. home Feb. 28, 1934. Retired March 1, 
1935. Died Nov. 23, 1936, at Fitchburg, Mass. 

Mrs. Vau^han (Martha Ella Vaughan) b. Dunham, Missisquo Co., Prov. of 
Que., Can. Aug. 25, 1856: prof, relig. 1835: studied at Beebe & Derby 
Acad, 2Iar. Fitch Bay, Stanbridge, Que., June 28, 1393; emb. Boston Aug. 
12, 1893: arr. Madura Oct. 5, '93. Vis. U.S. arr. Montreal, May 29, 
1903. re-emb. ffcntreal Sept. 3, 1904. Ar'd. home Apr. 24, 1912; sailed 



1 May 2, 1914. Ar'd home ealy spring 1921; Sailed Aug. 31, 1922. Died 



on December 23, 1922 in Manamadura, India. Missy. Herald, pg. 23, 1923. 

Mrs. C.S. Vaug:han, (Harriet Parker) arr. home July 17, 1926; Sailed 

Sept, 10, 1927. Arr. home Feb. 23, 1934. Retired March 1, 1935. Died 

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David Scudder Herrick, b. Tirumangalam, South India, March 29, 1863, a 
son of Rev. James Herrick of this mission. Prof, relig, Aubumdale 1875 
or 6: grad, at Williams College 1335 after which he returned to India and 
taught in Pasumalai College for five years: returned to the U.S. in 1390: 
grad. Union Sem, 1893, studied for one year in Oxford, Eng, : ord. ELiot 
Ch. Newton, Sept, 25, '94. re-emb, Vancouver Oct. 15, 1894: arr, Madura 
Jan, 8, 1895. Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, March 22, 1904. re-emb. N.Y. Nov. 

25, 1905. Vis. U.S. in 1910, and re-emb. N.Y. Dec. 7, 1910. Arr, home 
Mar, 25, 1917: sailed Dec. 9, 1918: Arr. home Nov. 24, 1920; Sailed 
Nov. 3, 1921; Arr. home Aug. 22, 1931. Retired April 1, 1932. Died 
in West Newton, Mass. January 22, 1954. 

Mrs. Herrick (Dency Tiffany Marvin Root) (See page 112). Re-emb. Vancouver, 
Oct, 15, 1894: arr. Madura, Jan. 8, 1895. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Sept. 22, 
1903: re-emb. N.Y. Nov. 25, 1905. Arr. home Sept. 4, 1909; Sailed Nov. 
6, 1912; Arr. home March 25, 1917; Sailed Nov. 3, 1921; Arr. home Aug. 
22, 1931. Retired April 1, 1932. Died Jan. 16, 1941 at Watsrtown, Mass. 

William Wood Wallace, Middletown, N.Y. b. Middletown, N.Y. Feb, 15, 
1868: prof, relig. Middletown 1382: took preparatory course at Walkill 
Acad., Middletown, Classical course at Hamilton Col., Theol. Course at 
Yale Divinity Sch.; ord. Bridgewater Ct. June 11, 1896. emb. N.Y. June 

26, 1897: arr. Madura July 18: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Apr. 21, 1908. re- 
emb. N.Y. Dec. 1, 1909. retired 1937. Died June 21, 1945 in Bridgewater, 
Conn, r' 

Mrs. Wallace (Genevieve Thekla Sanford) Bridgewater, Conn. b. Bridgewater 
Conn. Mar. 18, 1872: prof, relig. Bridgewater, 1395: common Sch. education: 
mar. June 9, 1897: emb. N.Y. June 26, 1897: arr. Madura, July 18. Vis. U.S. 
arr. N.Y. June U, I907. re-emb. N.Y. Dec. 1, I909. Retired 1931. 



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Willlani Michael Zumbro b, Nov. 27, 1865, Uk miles north east of Purdin 
Linn Co. Missouri: prof. reli. 1875-6, joining the church of the United 
Brethren; studied at Avalon Academy & Avalon College: grad. Western 
College 1888, and Yale Theol. Sem. 1393: ord. Binghamton, N.Y. July 5, 
1S94: emb. 1894. In 1899 elected President of Pasuraalai College. Vis. 
the U.S. arr. N.Y. June 22, 1905: re-emb. Vancouver, Nov. 25, 1907. 
Ar'd, home June 1, 1915; Sailed May 19, 1916. Ar'd. home May 1, 1923. 

I (his wife, not he). Died in Madura, India of heart failure on Oct. 17, 

I 1922. Missy. Herald 1922 pg 509. (See page 110) 

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I Robert Humphrey, b. London, Eng. Sept. 17, 1857: prof, relig. Derby, 

I Bag. 1876: studied at Oberlin Coll. & Theol. Sem, grad. 1889: emb. 
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Mrs. Humphrey (Olive Atwood) b. Bristolville, 0. May 11, 1862: prof, of 
relig. Oberlin 1834: studied at Oberlin Coll., mar. Mt. Vernon, 0. June 20, 
1886: emb. Boston Aug. 10, 1889: returned to U.S. arr. Apr. 6, 1891. 
released. Died Jan. 1939 at Mattapoiset, Mass. 

John J. Banninga, b. Muskegon, Muskegon Co., Mich. Dec. 9, 1875: prof. 
relig. 2nd Reformed Ch. Muskegon, July 1891: grad. Hope College, Holland, 
Kich. 1898 and Western Iheol. Sem. of Ref. Ch. in Am. 1901: ord. Holland, 
Mich, Sept. 11, 1901: emb. Boston, Oct. 19, 1901. arr. Madura, Dec. 10, 
Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, Nov. 12, 1906. re-emb. N.Y. Sept. 29, 1908. See 
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Mrs. Bannjjiga (Mary S. Damson) b. Grand Rapids, Mich. Nov. 25, 1873: 
prof, relig. Hope Ref 'd. Church, Holland, Mich. 1893: studied in the 
Holland public schools: mar. Holland, Mich. Aug. 29, 1901. emb. 
Boston, Oct. 19, 1901: arr. Madura, Dec. 10, vis. U.S. arr. Boston, 
Not. 12, 1906. re-emb. Sept. 29, 1908. Died May 30, 1949 at Claremont, 
Calif., buried Holland, Mich. See card. 

John X. Miller - b. Iverton, Lanarkshire, Scotland, Feb, 8, 1874: united 

with Coa'fl. Ch. Carrington, N. Dak. May 1889: grad. Pacific Univ. 1898 

and Andover Theol. Sem. 1903: ord. Andover June 8, 1903: emb. Boston, 

Oct. 22, 1903. Arr. home July 19, 1911; Sailed Apr. 17, 1912j Was in 

I.M.C.A. work in Mesopotania 3 mos. late in 1918. D.D. Pacific Univ. 1919. 

Arr. home July 27, 1919; Sailed Sept. 11, 1920. Arr. home July 31, 1927; 

Sailed July 12, 1929. Resignation accepted Oct. 22, 1933. Passed away 

April 6, 1951 at Conoor. The Nilgris, So. India. Second wife Martha Van 
Allen about 1924. 

Mrs. Miller (Margaret Jane Young) b. Inverness, Megantic Co., Quebec, 
Sept. 17, 1862: united with Prot. Episcopal Church 1873: studied at 
Inverness Academy: mar. Lynn, July 26, 1899: emb. Boston, Oct. 22, 1903: 
ret. U.S. July 19, 1911; sailed again Apr. 17, 1912. Arrived Boston, July 
27, 1919. Sailed for India Sep. 11, 1920. Died in Pasumalai in India 
from heart desease October 10, 1923. Missionary Herald 1923 - page 503, 

Mrs. Zumbro (Harriet Stuart Uyde) b. Yantic, New London, Co., Ct. March 
8, 1872: united with Cong. Ch. 1385: studied at Norwich Free Acad. 
Norwich, Ct. mar. Yantic, Conn. Nov. 12, 1907: emb. Vancouver, Nov. 25, 
1907: Arr. home June 1, 1915; Sailed May 19, 1916; Arr. home May 1, 1923. 
Died in Norwich, Conn. September 3, 1958. See card. (See page 109). 



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^ Burllng:ton Voorhees Mathews, (b. Andover, Mass. March 8, 1877: united 

id-th Cong. Ch., Waterville, Maine, 1892: grad. Boston Univ. 1900, and 
Hartford Theol. Sem. 1903, pre\d.0U3 to which he studied law at Yale: 
ord. Oct. 19, 1908, at Auburndale, Mass.: emb. N.Y. Oct. 24, 1903. Arr. 
home Apr. 7, 1916; Sailed July 31, 1917; Arr. home Oct. 27, 1924. re- 
signed Jan. 25j 1926. Died on November 13, 1957 at a nursing home in 
Waltham, Mass. See card. 

Mrs. Mathews , (L. Pearl Caroll) B. Washington, Penn. March 20, 1873. 
Studied Normal Schools, Wash, Pa. & Moody Bible Inst. Before marriage 
was a teacher in Highclerc Sch., Kodaikanal. Married (joined the mission) 
Dec. 14, 1910. (Went to India in Oct. 1903). Arr. home Apr. 7, 1916. 
Sailed July 31, 1917; Arr. home Oct. 27, 1924. Resigned Jan. 25, 1926. 
Died at Sears Manor, 129 Chestnut Street, West Newton, Mass, December 29, 
1962. 

I Lawr ence Clement Powers, b. Tlskilwa, Bureau Co., 111. Aug. 18, 1385: 
1 united with Cong'l. Ch. Providence, 111. 1893: grad. Univ. of 111. 1907; 
\ Columbia Univ. 1909-10; studied two years at Oberlin ITieol. Sem.; grad. 

I Union 1910: ord. Broadway Tab. N.Y. 1910: emb. N.Y. Aug. 6, 1910. 
I Married Johanna Metzger Feb. 9, 1916, at Madura. Died March 3, 1916 in 
Madura. 

Assistant Missionaries 

Hattie Abbie Houston, b. Denmark, Iowa, 1862: prof, relig. Denmark 1376: 
grad. Denmark Acadeiiy: emb. New York April 10, 1836. arr. Madura June 
4, '86. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 4, 1892: re-erab. N.Y. Aug. 12, 1893. 
■ Married at Madura Oct. 12, 1893, Mr. Wm. E. Hitchcock of Jaffna College. 



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Caroline S. Bell, b. Cincinnati, Miami Co., 0. Oct. 20, 1359: prof. 
relig. Indianapolis, Ind. Apr. 1872: studied Ind. pub. schs., grad. 
from Training Sch. for nurses, erab. N.Y. July 30, 1887: arr. Madras, 
Oct. Uf 1887: Died at Dindigul of cholera, Dec. 12, 1891. 

Mary Metcalfe Root, b. North Walton, N.Y. Dec. 20, I860: prof, relig. 
Perr7 Centre, 1876: after leaving school pursued a private course of 
study: emb. N.T. Nov. 5, 1887: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Feb. 25, 1894: 
re-emb. N.Y. Sept. 28, 1895: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Sept. 22, 1903: re- 
emb. N.Y. Sept. 7, 1907. Left field Aug. 23, 1915; sailed Jan. 25, 1917; 
Tbok furlough in India June 7, 1926-1927; arr. home May 10, 1932. Retired 
Dec. 31, 1929. Died March 20, 1950 in West Newton, Mass. See card. 

Dency Kffany ^!a^vin Root, b. Providence, R.I. Mar. 28, 1862: prof, 
relig. Providence, 1379: grad. Classical Dept. Providence High Sch. 
1883: grad. Boston University, 1887: emb. N.Y. Nov. 5, 1887: vis. U.S. 
arr. N.T. Apr. 9, 1893: married Rev. David L. Herrick at V/inchester, Mass. 
Sept. 26, 1894. (See page 108). Died Jan. 16, 1941, at Watertown, Mass. 

Mary Tucker Noyes . dau. of Rev. J.T. Noyes of this mission: b.Kodikanal, 
So. India, March 25, 1865: prof, relig. St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1877: grad. 
St.Johnsbury Acad, and Wellesley College: emb. N.Y. July 16, 1892: arr. 
Madura Sept. 12, '92: vis. U.S. arr. Boston July 5, 1901. re-emb. N.Y. 
Sept. 29, 1903: ar'd home May 24, 1911; Sailed June 30, 1912; Ar'd. home 
June 7, I92O; Sailed Oct. 21, 1921; ar'd home May 29, 1928; Sailed Jan. 6, 
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Klla Samson, b. Chelsea, Suffolk Co., Mass. Dec. 15, 1S61: prof, relig. 
Somerville, Mass. 1874: studied in pubUc schools: eab. Boston, Aug. 
12, 1893: arr. Madura, Oct. 5, '93: returned to U.S. arr. N.Y. Sept. 
15, 1895: Released Sept. 29, 1896. 

T. ydla Gertrude Barker, Berkeley, Cal.: b. San Francisco, San Mateo Co., 
Cal. Jan. 12, 1309: prof, relig. Berkeley 1882: studied at Harmon Sem., 
Berkeley: emb. N.Y. Oct. 5, 1893: arr. Madura, Dec. l6, '93: Vis. 
U.S. arr. San Francisco, April 30, 1901: Did not return. 

Harriet Eliza Parker. M.D. b. Putney, Windham Co. Vt., July 29, 1867: 
prof, relig. July 1883. studied Vermont Academy, Smith College, Woman's 
Med. College of N.Y. Infimary: emb. N.Y. Sept. 28, 1895. Vis. U.S. 
arr. Victoria, B.C. July 15, 1902: re-emb. Boston, July 28, 1903. Arr. 
home Feb. 2, 1912; Sailed June U, 1913: Arr. home Apr. 1921: sailed 
Jan. 7, 1922. married llay 24, 1924, C.S. Vaughan, Kodaikanal, India. 
Died February 27, 1953, Madurai, So. India. (See page 107) See card. 

Bessie Brovnin.? Noyes. dau. of Rev. J.T. Noyes, b. Madura, July 20, I860: 
united vrLth Howard Ave. Cong. Ch. New Haven, Ct. 1875: studied at Wellesley 
College: reached India in Oct. 1887. appt'd. by the Board in Jan. 1890: 
in the U.S. on furlough 1894-96: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Sept. 23, 1904. re- 
emb. N.Y. May 22, 1906: died Madura, Nov. 3, 1907. See Dec. My. Herald, 
1907, page 588. 

Helen Elizabeth Chandler, dau. of Rev. J.S. Chandler, b. Madura, April 3, 
1894: prof, relig. Auburndale, 1887: studied at Wellesley College fc 
Springfield Bible Nomal College: emb. Boston Oct. 18, 1899. Vis. U.S. 
arr. N.Y. May 16, 1906: re-emb. San Francisco, Oct. 24, 1907. married 

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Ihe Rev. Isaac Cannaday of the Lutheran Evangelical Mission April 19, 
1911: Died in Kodaikanal, S. India on February 27, 1956, See Advance, 
Kay 2, 1956 issue p. 29, 

Mary HJo.°:ers Perkins, b, Sacramento, Sacramento Co. Cal. Apr. 19, 1856: 
prof, relig. San Francisco, 1875: studied at Fields Sem. Oakland, Cal,: 
went out to keep house for her brother. Rev, Jas. C. Perkins: appt'd, 
Jan. 24, 1899: 

Catherine Sarah Quickenden. b. Henfield, County of Sussex, England, Jan. 
16, 1869: united with Cong'l. Ch., Trevor Square, April 1890: studied 
in public schools in Sussex: was for several years supported by the 
W.B.K.S. aiding in the woric in Arrupukottai: appt'd. Nov, 27, 1906. Was 
in England 1906-0?. Arr. home (Eng.) Ifov. 2, 1912; sailed Jan. 1914; 
Left field Feb. 28, 1921: Sailed, on return, Oct. 27, 1922; Arr. home 
Apr, 12, 1929, Sailed for aigland July 3, 1932, where she retired Sept. 
23, 1932, She died at Bickley-Kent, England February 5, 1943. See card. 

Gertrude Ethel Chandler, dau. of Rev. John S. Chandler, b. Aubumdale, 
Mass. Feb. 15, 1836: united with Cong. Ch. Wellesley, Mass. Nov, 1899: 
studied in public schools of Newton and Wellesley, Miss Hall's School 
for girls, Pittsfield, Mass. and Garland Kindergarten Training School, 
Boston, emb. Boston, Oct. 3, 1903. Died at Newton-Well esley Hospital, 
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Missionaries 

Ernest A. Bell, b. Ontario, 1866: studied at Allegheny 

Coll. and Boston University: ord. in Meth. Episcopal Ch., Elder, 1390; 
: spent one year in Eng. where he rec'd his appointment Dec. 1390: arr. 

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the Church of England, he was released from his connection with the Board 
June U, 1892. 

Mrs. Bell (Mary Greer) b. 0. 186/+: ed. in Allegheny 
Coll. and Wesleyan Univ. mar. : arr. Jaffna, Jan. 1, 1392: 

released June 14, 1892. 

Giles Gorton Brown, b. Bellwood, Ontario, Can. Apr. 9, 1869. prof, relig. 
Roy, Wash. 1890: Grad. Oberlin Coll. 1890, Andover Sem. 1899: ord.Andover, 
May 15, 1899: cmb. N.Y. Oct. 7, 1899: arr. Jaffna Dec. 11. Vis. U.S. arr. 
Boston, Nov. 8, 1906. re-emb. Boston Apr. 25, 1908. Died in Jaffna Ceylon 
March 12, 1920. Miss. Herald 1920 pg. 261, 

Vrs. Brown , Clarissa Lucretia Pendleton) b. Henry, Marshall Co., HI. June 
1, 1859: prof, relig. Henry, 111. 1869: studied at V^estem Tenn. Sem. 
Oxford, 0., HI. Univ. Champaign, HI. and Oberlin College, where she 
took Master of Arts degree. Attended class in Systematic Theology, Oberlin 
Sem. and ten weeks in Moody Bible Inst., Chicago, Mar. Farmington, HI. 
Sept. 6, 1899. enb. Oct. 7, 1899 arr. Jaf/na Dec. 11. vis. U.S. arr. 
Boston, Nov. 8, 1906: re-emb. Montreal July 24,1908: Arr. home June 7, 
1915; Sailed Aug. 30, 1917. Arr. home July 12, 1925. Retired to Honor 
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James Henry Dickson, Detroit, Mich., b. Portland, Ore. Nov, 18, 1870, 
prof* relig. Can. Presb. London, Ont., Oct. '975 grad. Lfniv. of Micliigan: 
served for a time as mechanical & electrical engineer at Detroit, 1-Iich. 
and London, Ont.; took special course at Oberlin Iheol. Sem. : ord. Oberlin - 
1900: emb, N.Y. May 12, 1900. arr. Jaffna July 12. Vis. U.S. arr. Port- 
land, Ore., May 6, 1909. re-emb. Boston Sept. 6, 1910. Died Sept. 26, 
1937 at Bangalore, India. 

Mrs. Frances Adelia (Hale) Dickson, York, Ohio. b. York, Medina Co., 
Ohio, Feb. 23, 1877: prof, relig. Meth. Prot. Ch., 1837: studied in 
Medina & Oberlin High Schools and Chicago Kindergarten Training Sch. 
married Oberlin Jan. 23, 1900: emb. N.Y. toy 12, 1900. arr. Jaffna July 
12: vis. U.S. aiT. Portland, Ox^, May 6, 1909: re-emb. Boston, Sept. 
6, 1910. Died in Bangalore, India, Feb. 10, 1944. 

William E. Hitchcock - and Mrs. Hitchcock - information - card catalog. 

Rev. Thomas Beckett Scott, M. D . b. Bumbrae, Ont. Can. Oct. 8, 1861: 
prof, rolig. Belleville, Ont., 1878: grad. Queen's Univ. 1888, Theol. 
Dept,, 1892; studied at Royal Med. Coll. Kingston: ord. Belleville, 
Ont. Sept. 1, 1892: emb. N.Y. April 8, 1893: arr. Colombo, May 24, 1893. 
Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. May 27, 1903: Re-emb. ar'd. field Oct. 10, 1905; 
Ar'd. home May 27, 1913. (On furlough 1903-05 - took special lab. studies 
in Queens Med. Sch., Kingston, Ont.; also in New York; on second furlough 
in 1913 he studied in liedical School of Medicine; Harvard Med. Sch.) Was 
Supt, of Mis'y. Home, Aub,, 10 yts, resigned because of illness 1925. Died 
Aubumdale Hay 18, 1926. See Herald editorial pages - July '26, 



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Mrs. Scott, (^!a^7 E. Macallum, M.D.) b. Warwick, Lambton Co., Ont. Can, 
June 14, 1865: prof, relig. Aug. 1878: studied Wbmans' Med. Coll. 
Kingston, Ont., Coll. of the Infirmary, N.Y. & N.Y. Post Graduate School: 
mar. Maxville, dengary Co., Ont. Feb. 14, 1893: emb. N.Y. April 8, 1393: 
arr. Colombo, Fay 24, 1893. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. May 27, 1903. Ar. field 
Oct. 30, 1905: Arr. home May 27, 1913. 

Mary H. Irvdn, M.D. b. Elora, Wellington Co., Cut., Can., June 2, 1873: 
prof, relig. Clinton, Ont. June 1890: studied Presb. Ladies College, 
Art School, Tbronto, Ontario Med. College for Women: emb. 1896. 
arr. Jaffna, January - 1897. mar. one of the natives and released from 
the service of the Board. 

Isabella Hardie Curr, M.D. b. Auchtemsuchty, Tifesline, Scotland, 
October 1867: prof, relig. Free Church of Scotland 1885; 
Studied medicine in Edinburgh - took degree of L.R.C.P. & S. 1895: emt>. 
•96. arr. Jaffna, Jan. 1897: Vis. Qigland in 1906: re-emb. London, 
Nov. 2, 1906. Retired 1928. Died in Scotland, October 20, 19 A4. 

Annie Young. H.D. b, Pinette, Prince Edward Island, Can. Feb. 18, 1870, 
prof, relig. 1890, 1st. Presby. Ch. Boston; studied at Bradford Acad. 
andWomans' Msd. Coll. Philadelphia; emb. Boston, Oct. IS, 1899: 
vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Oct. 17, 1904. 

Assistant Missionaries 

Katherine Lu Saa K7er3. b. Waverly, Pike Co., 0., Oct. 15, I860, prof. 

relig. 1882: studied at Presb. Woman's Med. Coll. Cincinnati: emb. 



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N.T. April 8, 1893: arr. Colombo, Kav 24, 1393. Transferred to South 
China April 2, 1901. (See page 117). 

Helen Isabel Root , b. Port BTron, Cayuga Co., N.T. April 13, 1373: prof. 
relig. Presb. Ch., Port Byron 1889: studied in Cornell Univ. and Union 
Missionary Institute; emb. Boston, Oct. 18, '99. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 
April 27, 1907. . , 

Julia E. Green, dau. of Dr. Samuel F. Green, formerly of this mission. 
b. Manippay, Ceylon, Jan. 1, 1864.: united vdth Cent. Cong'l. Ch., 
Worcester, Mass.; grad. from State Normal School, Worcester, Mass. 1855. 
emb. Boston, Oct. 27, 1906: vis. U.S. arr. N.I. Sept. 17, 1910. Died in 
Hartford, Conn. February 9, 1951. 

Lulu Gertrude Bookwalter. b. Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 24, 1383. joined 
the United Brethren Ch., of which her father. Rev. Lewis Bookwalter, 
was pastor, in 1893: studied at Smith Col. Otterben Univ., 0., and Bible 
Training Sch., N.Y.: emb. Boston, Apr. 29, 1911. She died in Kensington, 
Md., on September 4, 1958. See her card. 



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Missionaries 

John rUchard Ta^or. b. Newchurch, Lancashire, Eng. Nov. 4, 1861: prof. 
relif. Oberlin, Ohio, 1885, though previously a member of the Church of 
Big.: two years in Oberlin Coll.: grad. Oberlin Sem. 1890: ord. Oberlin, 
June 6, 1890: emb. Boston, July 26, 1390: arr. Hong Kong Oct. lA, '90: 

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Mrs. Taylor, (Lillian L. Brigham) b. Painesville, Lake Co., Feb. 27, 1866: 
prof, relig, Vermontville, Mich., 1883: studied OberUn Coll. and Sem.: 
Bar. Oberlin, June 8, 1890: emb. Boston, July 26, 1890: arr. Hong Kong, 
Oct. U, '90: 

Charles Adolnus Nelson, b. Eksio, Jonkoping, Sweden, torch 14, 1S60: prof. 
relig. Swedish Lutheran Mission, Princeton, 111., 1879: grad. Oberlin CoU. 
1S89. Oberlin Sem. 1892, also studied at Andover: ord. Oberlin, V^y 4, 
1892: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 6, 1892: arr. Canton, Oct. 3, Vis. U.S. 
Arr. San Francisco May 30, 1900. re-emb. San Francisco Sept. 12, 1901: 
Tls. U.S. arr. N.T. Feb. 23, 1910: re-emb. Vancouver Mar. 4, 19U. Arr. hoaie 
Ka7 19, 1918; Sailed Dec. 11, 1919. Resigned March 14, 1922. Died in 
T^coma Park, Md., in May I951. 

— • Nelson (Jeannette May Elmore) b. BigUsh Centre, Penn. Oct. 16, 1869: 
prof, relig. 1836: Studied at Oberlin CoUege: mar. Oberlin May 16, 1892: 
«ab. San Francisco Sept. 6, 1892: arr. Canton, Oct. 3. Vis. U.S. arr. 
S*n Francisco May 30, 19OO: re-emb. San Francisco Sept. 12, 1901: vis. U.S. 
•rr. San Francisco, April 29, 1907. re-emb. Vancouver, Nov. 25, I907: Vis. 
U.S. arr. N.Y. Feb. 23, 1910. Sailed Nov. 15, 1911: Arr. home March 1913 on 
»ick Iv., Sailed Nov. U, 19U; Arr. home Apr.?, 1918; Sailed Dec. 11, 1919. 
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Obed Simon Johnson, b, Harcourt, Iowa, May 5> 1831, of Swedish parentage: 

united with a Swedish Mission Church (Cong'l) in the winter of 1905-6: 

grad. Carleton Col, 1906: spent a year each at Hartford, Chicago eind 

Oberlin Theol, Sems., grad, from the latter in 1909: ord» Ist, Church 

Oberlin, May 10, 1909: emb. San Francisco, Nov. 9, 1709: Arr. home 

July 7, 1916; Sailed Sept. 15, 1917; Arr. home Aug. 23, 1923; Sailed 

Jan. 23, 1926^ Arr. home Nov. 15, 1926. Resigned Sept. 30, 1927. s 

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Mrs. Johnson (See p. 121) (Vida Lowrey) Married June 21, 1911 at 

Canton, China. Arr. home July 7, 1916; Sailed Sept. 15, 1917; Arr. 

home Aug. 23, 1923. Resigned Sept. 30, 1927. 

Assistant Missionaries 

Nellie May Cheney, b. Shelbyville, Shelby Co., 111., May 10, 1863: prof, 
relig. Presb, Ch. Detroit, Mich,, 1875? studied in the public schools of 
Detroit and Milwaukee, and N.E. Conservatory, Boston: emb, Sam Francisco 
Aug. 28, 1894: arr. Hong Kong Sept. 24, '94: Vis. U.S, arr, Seattle Oct. 
16, 1900. re-eiub, San Francisco, Nov. 23, 1901: Released, Mar. 17, 1903. 

Katherine Lu Bnn tjyers . Transferred from Ceylon April 2, 1901. (See page 
117). re-emb. San Francisco Sept. 12, 1901: 

Edna Lowrey ; b. College Springs, Page Co., la., June 4, 1880: united with 
Cong'l. Ch., College Springs, 1892: studied at Amity College, la., emb, 
Vajico^iver,- Nov. 25, 1907: Still teaching in Canton 1947. 



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HONG KONG MISSION 

Vlda Lowrey ; b. College Springs, Page Co., Iowa, Nov. 14, 1884: united 
with the Cong'l- Ch., of College Springs, 1892: studied at Amity College, 
Iowa: emb, Vancouver, Nov. 25, 1907: vis. U.S. in 1910: re-erab, San 
Francisco, May 24, 1911. See p. 120) (Mrs. Obed S. Johnson). Married 
June 21, 1911, Rev. Obed S. Johnson, Canton, China, 

Ruth Ethel miliken. b. Fremont, Neb, 24, 1875: united wLth M.S. ch,, 1896, 
Cong'l. Fremont, Nov, 1897: studied in public schools and N.T. Bible 
Teachers' Training School 1903-10: emb. Seattle Sept, 19, 1910: Arr, 
home July 1917; Sailed Aug. 15, 1918; Arr. home 1923. Withdrew in 1923, 
when So. China Girls' Schl. became independent & the mission as such 
was given up. Died March 20, 1950 in Pasadena, California. See card. 



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wt/islonaries 

r yman Plimpton Peet. son of Rev. Lyman B. Peet, for many years mi3sionar7 
to China: b. Foochow, Oct. 24, 1S60: prof, relig. 1370: Grad. Yale CoU. 
1385: I^eol. Sea. 1888: ord. New Haven, I<Iay 21, 1888: emb. San Francisco 
Aug. 30, 1888. arr. Foochow, Oct. 4: vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, AprU 
29, 1897: re-emb. San Francisco, Kay 28, 1898: vis. U.S. arr. N.I. June 
20, 1905. re-emb. N.Y. Dec. 1, 1906: Arr. home June 9, 1913: Sailed 
Feb. 27, 1915. Died July 30, 1945 in San Marino, California. (Not in 
Almanac for 1918). 

^3* Pgg^ (Caroline Koemer) see p. 131. mar. at. Foochow, Oct. 17, 1888: 
vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, April 29, 1897: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. June 20, 
1905: re-emb. N.Y. Dec. 1, I9O6; Arr. home June 9, 1913: Sailed Feb. 27, 
1915. (Not in Almanac for 1918) 

George Milton Gardner, b. Stockbridge, Berkshire Co., Mass. Dec. 17, 1863. 
prof, relig. Canaan, Ct., June 1884: studied theology 4 yrs with Rev. Jas. 
K. Gray, pastor of Reformed Episcopal Ch., Boston: ord. Ref. Ebis. Ch., 
Boston, May 26, 1889: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 10, 1889: arr. Foochow, 
Oct. 19, 1339: arr. Shaowu Nov. 16: Vis. U.S. arr. Philadelphia July 25, 
1898: vis. U.S. arr. Boston, May 26, 1910. Died May I5, 1945 Santa Barbara, 
CaUf. 

frs. Gardner, (Mary J. Dewey) b. New Lenox, Berkshire Co., Mass. Dec. 4, 
1865: prof, relig. Pittsfield, Mass. July 1, 1883: mar. New Lenox, Mass. 
April 24, 1889: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 10, 1889: arr. Foochow, Oct. 19, 
1889: arr. Shaowu, Nov. 16; Vis. U.S. arr. Philadelphia July 25, 1898: vis. 
U.S. arr. Boston, May 26, 1910. Died August 2, 1938, Claremont, Calif. 



FOOCHOW MISSION 

^ Wlllard Llvin?:3tone Beard, b. Huntington, Fairfield Co., Ct. Feb. 5, 1865: 
prof, relig. Huntington, March 1877: Grad. Oberlin Coll. 1881; Hartford 
Theol. Sem, 1394: ord. Huntington, Ct, Sept. 11 1894: emb. San Francisco 
Oct. 27, 1894: Vis. U.S. arr. April 27, 1903: re-emb. San Francisco, 
Jan* 10, 1905. Released temporarily to become Y.M.C.A. Sec. in China, 
Called to the District Secretaryship of the Board in the N.Y. office 
and entered upon service in the spring of 1910. Reappointed March 5, 
1912. Sailed Oct*. 12, 1912. H.F. Nov. '12. L.F. Jul, 20. Sailed Aug. 
31, 1921. 4th Term - Oct. 11, 1921. A.H. May '27. Sailed Sent. «28. 
Began 5th Terra. Oct. 28. Six children. (Rec'd. D.D. degree from Oberlin, 
June 1916). Returned in 1941. Died in Jacksonville, Fla, from heart 
attack April 15, 1947. See card. 

^ Mrs. Beard (Ellen Lucy Kinney) b. Union, Tolland Co., Ct,, Mar. 29, 1868: 
prof, relig, 1885: grad. Conn. State Normal Sch, and studied at Oberlin 
Coll. mar, Putnam, Ct., Sept. 5, 1894: emb, San Francisco, Oct. 27, 1894. 
Vis. U.S. arr. Apr. 27, 1903; re-emb. Jan. 10, I905 from San Francisco: 
Statistics according to Dr. Beard. Retired 1941. Died in Saginaw, I-iich,, 
September 7, 1953. Buried in Shelton, Conn, See card, 

Dwi^ht Goddard, b. Worcester, Worcester Co., Mass, Dec. 27, 1861: prof. 
relig, Worcester 1880: grad. Worcester Polytechnic Institute 1881, 
Hartford Theol. Sem. 1894: ord. Holyoke, July 15, 1894: emb. San 
Francisco, Oct. 27, 1894. Released Feb. 13, 1900. Died July 1939, 

Mrs. Goddard. (Frances ELiza Nieberg, M.D, ) See page 131, mar. Foochow, 
Nov, 27, 1895. Released Feb. 13, 1900. Died in Ann Arbor, Mich, Nov, 
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▼ G«or;^e Warren Hinman b. Baraboo, Sauk Co., v;is, Feb, 22, 1369: prof, rellg. 
Jan. 1879, Wheaton, ni.. College Ch. : Grad. Oberlin College, 1893; Oberlin 
Sem, & Harvard Divinity Sch. grad. 1398: ord. Cambridge, Mass. Oct. 26, 1898: 
emb, San Francisco, Dec. 24, 1898: arr. Foochow Jan. 27, 1399. Tempo raril/ 
released 1903-4 to engage in T.M.C.A. work: re-apptd. Feb. 14, 1905. 7is. 
U.S. arr. ^k)ntreal, Aug. 24, 1907: released tfey 18, 1909. Died, Oct. 
13, 1940 in Claremont, CaUf. 

Mrs. Hinman (Kate Plumsey Bailey) b, Elmira, Chenango Co., N.Y. July 12, 
1871: prof, relig. Presb. Ch, March 1885: studied at Oberlin Coll. mar. 
Mareland, N.Y. Dec. 25, 1893: emb. San Francisco Dec, 24, 1893, Arr, 
Foochow, Jan. 27, 1899, temporarily released 1903-4. re-appt'd, Feb. 14, 
1905. Vis. U.S. arr. Montreal Aug. 24, 1907. released May 18, 1909. 

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Levds Hodous ; b. Vesec, Bohemia, Dec. 31> 1872: came to America with his 

parents in 1881: prof, relig. Bohemian church, Cleveland, 0. (Rev; H.A, 

Schauffler, pastor) March 13, 1888: grad. Adelbert College of Western 

Reserve Univ. 1897, Hartford Iheol. Sem, 1900, and studied one year at 

Halle, Germany: ord, Bethlehem Church, Cleveland, Ohio, Sept, 18, 1901: 

emb. San Francisco, Nov. 16, 1901: arr. Foochow, Dec. 18. Vis. U.S. 

arr. N.Y. Apr. 8, 1909: re-eiab. N.Y. Feb. 1, 1910: Arr. home Oct. 31, 

1917. Released Mar. 5, 1918 because of his connection with the Kennedy Sch. '■ 

of Missions. Died in Mt.Hennon, Mass. on August 9, 1949. See card. . | 

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Mrs. Hodous (Anna Jelinck) b. Cleveland, Ohio March 26, 1874: prof, relig. ; 

Bohemian Congl. Ch. Cleveland, (Ref, H.A. Schauffler, pastor) in 1889: ! 

^ studied in Cleveland common schools and Oberlin College: mar, Cleveland, 0,, 

Oct, 7, 1901: emb, San Francisco, Nov. 16, 1901: arr. Foochow, Dec. 18, 



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vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. April 8, 1909. re-emb. N.Y. Feb. 1, 1910. Arr. 

home Jul7 19, 1917. Released March 5, 1917. Died in hospital in Brattle- 

boro, Venoont on July 12, 1947. See card. 

Edward Hunt in? Snith . b. Franklin, Ct., July 1, 1873: united vath 2nd 
Cong. Ch, NoncLch, Ct.: grad. Amherst College, 1898, Hartford Iheol. Sem, 
1901: ord. Norwich Town, Ct., June 12, 1901: enib. San Francisco, Nov. 16, 
1901: arr. Foochow, Dec. 13. vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, Kay 14, 1908: 
re-emb. San Francisco Nov. 23, 1909. Arr. Am. Jan. 3, '16. re-emb. Oct. 12, 
1917. Arr. Home after 3rd term July 2, 1924. Re-emb. Oct. 3, 1925. 4th 
term Nov. 3, 1925. Retired 1942. 

Mrs. Smith (Grace Wilbur Thomas) b. Pine Brook, N.J. Jan. 24, 1874: 
united with tfethodist Episcopal Church 1374 - her father was a Methodist 
minister: studied at Tabor Acad., Marion, Mass.: mar. Norwich, Ct. Oct, 2, 
1901: smb. San Francisco, Nov. 16, 1901: arr, Foochow, Dec. 18. Vis. U.S. 
arr. San Francisco, May 14, 1903: re-emb. San Francisco, Nov. 23, '09. 
Stastics as above. Died at Foochow, July 21, 1939. 

Charles Lysander Storrs, b. Boston, Mass. Feb. 23, 1874: united with 
Phillips Cong. Ch, , So. Boston, 1884: grad. Amherst College 1896 and Yale 
Theol. School 1901: ord. Hillsboro Bridge, N.C. Dec. 10, 1901: served the 
HiUsboro Bridge Church as pastor for three years: emb. San Francisco, Oct, 
25, 1904: arr. field Nov. «04. L.F. Dec. '11. Arr. H. May '12. Sailed 
March '13. Arr. F. Apr. '13. Married Mary Goodwin Apr. 9, 1917 - Shaowo, 



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China. L.F. Mar. '20. Arr. H. Apr. '20. Sailed Aug. '21. Arr. F. Oct. 

•21. L.F. Mar. '27. Arr. h. Mar. 23, 1927. Sailed Sept. 10, 1923. Arr. 

F. Oct. 26, 1928.Retired 1943. Died West Chester, Pa., on March 2nd, 1952. 
See card. 

George Merriam Newell, b. Uxbridge, Worcester Co., Mass. Sept. 18, 1875; 

united with Cong. Ch. Uxbridge 1894: grad. Wesleyan Univ. 1904: emb. 

San Francisco Oct. 25, 1904. A.F. Nov. 22, 1904: L.F. Jan. 1912. Arr. H. 

Feb. '12. Re-emb. Aug. '13. 2nd. term Sept. '13. Arr. H. Sep. 1919. 

Sailed Oct. 1920. 3rd term Oct. 1920. L.F. Apr. 30, 1927. Arr. H. June 

'27. Sailed Sept. 1923. Began 4th terra Oct. 1923. 4 children. Retired 

1942. Died at Penney Farms, Florida on August 27, 1956. See card. 

Mrs. Newell. (Mary Reynolds) b. Sibley, Iowa. grad. Carleton Col. 1904: 
f united with , Went to Peking in response to a call from 

Miss Luella Miner as a teacher of English: mar. Peking, June 4, 1906: 
vis. D.S. arr. N.T. Apr. 8, 1909. re-emb, Vancouver, Oct. 27, 1909. 
Statistics the same as above until Arr. H. June 10, '27. Sailed Aug. 24, 
1929. Began fourth term Sept. 13, 1929. Retired 1942. 

Edwin Dwi ^ht Kello??. b. Orange Franklin Co., Mass. Jan. 29, 1882: \inited 
with Central Cong. Ch., Orange 1895: did not take a college course but 
grad. Bangor Theol. Sem. 1909: Ord. Orange, June 17, 1909: emb. Vancouver, 
Oct. 27, 1909. Left F. April '15. Arr. Home June '15. Sailed Sept. 1916. 
Second term Oct. I9I6. Arr. home Jan. '22. Sailed Aug. '23. 3rd term, 
Oct. '23. L.F.Apr. '27. Arr. H. Apr. '27. Sailed Sep. '28. 4th term 
Oct. »28. Was in U.S. summer of 1930. Arr. home July 27, 1932. Resigned 
P 1933. Died at Clackamas, Oregon, May 13, 1953. See card. 



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Mrs. KellofT? (Alice Rogers Ropes) b. Bangor, Me. Sept. 19, 1883: united 
^ with Cong. Ch. 1896: studied at Bryn Mawr Col. Bangor Theol. Sem., mar. 
Hancock Pt., Mo. Aug. 26, 1909: emb. Vancouver Oct. 27, 1909. Arr. Home 
after 3rd term of service Apr. 1921. Resigned in 1933. Died April 4, 
1963, Forest Grove, Oregon, 

Leonard Jacob Christian, b. Albany, N.Y. Sept. 15, 1878: united with 
the Union Church, Peking, China. In 1898 he enlisted in the army and was 
sent to Hawaii & later to the Philippines. On the outbreak of the Boxer 
Revolution he was sent to No. China with his company. After the revolt 
he was stationed at Peking as one of the legation guards. Here he was 
converted and took up some work in connection with the Y.M.C.A. Under the 
advice of the missionaries he returned to the U.S. & entered Oberlin 
Preparatory Sch.: grad. Oberlin Theol. Sem. 1910, emb. N.Y. Aug. 6, 1910. 
P A.F. Oct. 25, 1910. Arrived home July 29, 1916. Sailed Aug. 22, 1917. 
A.F. Sept. Sept. 22, 1917. Re-emb. from America Aug. 22, 1925. Began 
third term Sept. 21, 1925. (Married Feb. 22, 1912, Agnes Meebald, Foochow, 
China). Died at Vet's Hosp. in Long Beach, California on May 15, 1956. 
Mrs. Chandler died December 30, 1963 at Claremont, California. 

Frederick Paul Beach, b. Lexington, Mich. Nov. 21, 1376: united with 
Cong. Ch, Ann Arbor, Mich. 1898: grad. Univ. of Mich. 1898. Univ. of 
Columbia 1910: studied 2 yrs. at Oberlin. Theol. Sem. grad. Union 1910r 
ord. Los Angeles, Cal. Nov. 20, 1910: emb. San Francisco, Nov. 22, 1910. 
Arr. Rome June 1, 1915. Re-emb. Sept. 23, 1916. Arr. f. Oct. 31, 1916. 
L.F. Jan. 16, 1922. Arr. H. Feb. 15, .1922. Re-emb. Jan. 23, 1923. L.F. 



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L.F. after 3rd tern, June 19, '29. Arr. H. Sept. 10, '29. Married 
Ruth P. Ward June 1, 1911. Died Nov. 25, 1937 at Foochow, China. 

Beach. Mrs. Ruth P . b. Dec, 10, 1831 Brookline, Mass. Edu. Kt. Holyoke 
C. Teacher's Colle^^e oi Columbia Univ. Appt'd. Dec. 13, 1906. Sailed 
Nov. 29, 1907, Arr. F. Dec. 31, 1907. Statistics as above, to 1923, 
Arr. H. Sept. 2A/29; Re-emb. Aug. 27/30. Died at Foochow, China on 
Jan. 10, 1933. 

Missionary Physicians 

, Nathan Hardnian -Kinnear. , b. Kingsville, Ashtabula Co,, 0., Aug. 12, I860, 
prof, relig. Kingsville, I-Iar. 1376: studied medicine at Western Res. Med. 
College, emb. San Francisco, Sept. 10, 1889: arr. Foochow Oct. 19, 1389: 
Vis. U.S. in 1896: re-e:ab. San Francisco, Sept. 21, 1897: arr. Foochow, 
Oct. 20, 1897: vis. U.S. arr. Boston, Aug. 5, 1905: re-erab. San Francisco, 
Jan. 8, 1907. Arr. F. Feb. 1, 1907. Left F. Jan. '14. Arr. h. May '15. 
Sailed Oct. '15. 4th term Dec. '12. Left F. Aug. '20. Arr. H. Sept. '20. 
Sailed Nov, '21._/Became emeritus missionary by vote of P.C. Jan. 17,1928, 
to begin Feb. 1, 1928. Died Nov. 13, 1936 at Baton Rouge, La.; cause 
nephritis. 

Mrs. Kinnear . (H. Jennie Tilton) b, Austinburg, 0. May 18, 1861: prof. 
relig. Sept. 1880: mar. Rock Creek, Sept. 15, 1836: emb. San Francisco, 
Sept, 10, 1889: arr. Foochow, Oct. 19, 1839: died Foochow, China 
November 22, 1891. (See Herald, Feb. 1392, p. 43). 



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Mr3« Kinnear, (KLla Johnson) formerly of Meth. Episcopal Miss, mar, 
Foochow, June 15, 1S93. Vis. the U.S. in 1896; re-erab. San Francisco, 
Sept, 21, 1897: arr. Foochow, Oct. 20, »97: vis. U.S. arr. Boston, 
Aug. 5, 1905: re-emb, San Francisco, Jan. 8, 1907, (Statistics as above.) 
A. H. May 11, 'U; Re-emb. Oct. 23, 1915; A. H. Sept. 13, 1920; Re-emb. 
Nov. 10, 1921. Died in Oberlin, Ohio July 21, 1935. 

Edward Lydston Bliss, b. Newburyport, Essex Co., l^ss. Dec. 10, 1865: prof. 

relig. Newburyport, I-lay 1879: grad. Yale Coll. 1387: studied medicine at 

Yale Med. Sch. and New Haven Hospital: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 27, 1892: 

arr. Foochow Nov. 3. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 16, 1898: re-emb. San 

Francisco Dec. 22, 1900. arr. Foochow Jan. 26, 1901. vis U.S. arr. N.Y. 

May 21, 1908: re-emb. Vancouver Oct. 27, '09. arr. home May (?) 19l6j 

sailed Sept. 1, 1917; arr. home May 26, 1924. Sailed Aug. 22, 1925; arr. 

home Feb. 9, 1929; Sailed Nov. 23, 1929. arr. home Jan. 23, 1933. Retired 

Dec. 31, 1933. Died January 22, I960 at Newton Centre, Mass. See card. 
(see p. 130). 

Mrs. Bliss, (Minnie May Borts) see p. 132. vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. May 21, 

1908; re-emb. Vancouver Oct. 27, '09. Died July 1, 1967 in Statesville, 

North Carolina. (See p. 130). 

Lucy Pennelln Benent, b. Bement, 0. 1869: prof, relig. Olmsted, 0. 1887: 
connnon school education, spent two years in the Newburyport Training 
School for Nurses, and three years in the Woman's Medical College, 
Baltimore, Md., emb. San Francisco Dec. 24, 1898: arr. Foochow Jan. 27, 
1899: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. June 18, 1904: re-emb. San Francisco, Nov. 20, 
1906. Arr. field Dec. '06. Left field Jan. '12. Arr. h. June '12. 



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Sailed Jan. 1, '13. Arr. field Feb. 28, 1913. arr. Home Dec. 1919. 
Sailed Aug. »20. Left field after 4th term' Feb. 1925. Arr. H. Mar. 
14, '25. P.C. voted to approve her retirement for health reasons to 
be effective Sept. 1, 1921. Died Oct. 30, 1940, at Kansas City, Mo. 

Minnie Strykar, M.D., b. Flemington, Hunterden Co., N.J. Sept. 27, 1869: 
prof, relig, Presb. Ch. 1381: studied at Mt.Holyoke Coll, & Woman's 
Med. Coll, of Pa., emb, March 7, 1901 at San Francisco. Vis, U.S. arr. 
M.I. May 27, 1907: 

Bnily D. .'^Ith, Mansfield 0. b. 

After 2 yrs. in dept. of Physical Training at Oberlin College taught in 
gymnasiam at Cleveland while studying in Col. of Physicians and Surgeons! 
grad. Woman's Med. Sch. of Northwestern Univ., also studied in Chicago 
Bible Inst.: .emb, SanFrancisco Nov. 16, 1901: arr. Foochow Dec. 18: 
vis U.S. arr. N.Y. Dec. 21, 1907. 

Edward L. Bliss (cont'd. See page 129) arrived field 3rd term Dec. 1909. 
Sailed from to. for field Sept. 1, 1917. Arr. F. Oct. 3, 1917. Left 
field Mar. 1924. Arr. H. May 1924. Sailed Aug. 22, 1925. Arr. F. 
Oct. 8, 1925- Arr. Home Feb. 9, 1929. Sailed Nov. 23, 1929. Began 
6th term Jan. 16, 1930. 

Mrs. Edward L. Bliss , (cont'd, see page 129) Sailed from Am. Oct. 1909. 
Arr. f. Dec. '09. Left field Apr. 1915. Arr. H. June 1915. Sailed Sept. 
1, 1917. 3rd term Oct, 3, 1917. Sailed Am. for field Nov. 23, 1929. 
4th term. Jan. 16, 1930. 



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Assistant Kisaionaries 

raroline Koemer . b. New York City, Oct. 26, 1859: prof, relig. I-Iiddle- 
tovm, Ct., April 1S72: studied in Young Ladies Sera. I-Iiddletown, Ct. and 
Kt.Holyoke Sea.; engaged, before ^oing out, in City Missionary '.fork in 
N.Y.: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 21, 188?: arr. Foochow, Oct. 23, 1387: 
mar. Rev. I,jrman P. Peet, Foochow, Oct. 17, 1888. (See p. 122). Died 
Pasadena, Calif. Feb. 2, 1942. ^ 

Caroline Elizabeth Chittenden, b. Oberlin, Ohio, Aug. 20, 1370: prof, 
relig. Oberlin, May 1883: studied Oberlin College and tbody Bible Institute; 
mb. Tacoma, Nov. 15, 1892: arr. Foochow, Jan. 4, 1893. Vis: U.S. arr. 
San Francisco April 28, 1399. re-emb. San Francisco Jan. 8, 1901. Arr. 
Foochow Feb. 14, 1901. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco Aug. 5, 1907. Sailed 
Jan. 9, 1909; Arr. home July 14, 1915. Died in Los Angeles, Calif, on 
July 9, 1953. See card. 

Frances Eliza Nieberg, M.D .. b. St. Marys, Anglaise Co., Ohio, July 1, 1865: 
prof, relig. 1376: studied at Univ. of Mich.: emb. San Francisco Oct, 10, 
'93. arr. Foochow, Nov. 17, '93. Married Rev. Dwight Goddard Nov. 27, 
1895. (See page 123) Died Nov. 4, 1940, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

Frances Katherine Bement , b. Bement, Ohio, 1872: prof, relig. Bement 

1887: studied in Oberlin College: emb. San Francisco Dec. 24, 1898: arr, 
Foochow, Jan. 27, 1899: vis, U,S, arr. N,Y. June 18, 1904: re-enb. San 
Francisco Nov. 20, 1906. Arr. F. Dec. '06. L.F. Jan, '12. Ar. H. June 
10, '12. Re-«nb. Jan. '13. 3rd term. Feb. 28, 1913. L.F. March 1919. 
arr, H. Apr. »19. SaUed Aug. '20. Left field after 4th term. Feb. '25. 



FOOCHa/ MISSION 

Feb. '25. Arr. H. Mar. '25. Sailed Sept. 28, '28. 5th term Oct. '28. 
Arr. H. Dec. '29, Died on November 23, 1956 in Oberlin, Ohio. See card. 

Minnie >iay Sorts, b, Irvingtcn, Dou'^las Co., Neb. May 2, 1870. prof. 
relig. Irvington 1382: studied in Yankton College and in Doane College, 
emb. San Francisco, Dec. 24, 1S98: mar. Edward L. Bliss, M.D. Foochov 
Sept. 26, 1902. (See page 129) Died July 1, 196? in StatesviUe, North 
Carolina, 

Jean Hazleton Brown, Sumner, V/asb.b. Garifiaxan, Ont, Can. April 24, 
1871; united with Presb. Ch. 1887: studied in Training Sch. Tacoma, 
Wash,, Oberlin Col., Ky. Tr. Sch,, Oberlin Conservatory of Music: emb. 
Vancouver Oct. 9, '99: vis. U.S. arr. Vancouver July 11, 1905. 

Martha Wiley. .' b. No. Yakima, Wash., Feb. 22j 1874: united with Cong. 
Ch. Walla Walla, Wash., Jan, 1890: took classical course at Vihitman Col, 
and Normal Course Wash. State Univ.; emb. San Francisco, Feb. 1, 1900: 
arr. Foochow, Mar. 3^ vis. U.S. in 1908-9: re-emb. San Francisco, Aug. 

28, 1909: Arr. F. Oct, 1, 1909. Left F. Sep, 1916: Arr. H. Oct. '16. 
Sailed Sept. 2, 1919. Arr. F. Oct. 1919. Sailed after 3rd term, Sept. 

29, 1924. Bejgan 4th term Oct. 24, 1924. 

Joesphine C. Tfalker, dau. of Rev. Joseph E. V/alker of this mission: b, 
Foochow, China, tlarch 15, 1874: united with mission church, Shaowu, 1187: 
studied at Oberlin Academy and College: emb. Dec. 8, 1900: arr. Foochow 
Jan. 26, 1901. Vis. U.S. arr. Forest Groves, Ore., July 23, 1907: 
Sailed Dec. »08. Second tena Dec. '08. L.F. Nov. '14. Arr. H. Nov. '14. 
Sailed Aug. •16: arr. home after 3rd term Aug. '22. Sailed Oct. 4, 1923. 
In 1927 forced out of Shaowu by revolution. She stayed in Formosa several 



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months. Retired 1942. Died May 7, I960 at Hillsboro, Oregon. 
See card. 

Harriet Leah Osborne, b. Isborne Homestead, Albany Co., N.Y. July 3 
1860: United vd.th Washington St. Methodist Church, Poughkeepsie, N.I. 
1S75: studied ip Columbia Lhiiv. : emb. Boston, Nov. 23, 1901: arr. 
Foochow Feb. 2, 1902. Vis. U.S. arr. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. May 31, 1909. 
Withdrew in 1909 for family reasons. Died in New Rochelle, N.Y. May 
15, 1944. 

Evelyn M. Vforthley b. Brunswick, Cumberland Co. Maine April 5, 1873: 
United with Congl. Ch. Brunswick Sept. 3, 1893: studied at Mt. Holyoke 
W College & Chautauqua College: emb. Boston, Nov. 23, 1901: arr. Foochow 
Feb. 2, 1902. released April 30, 1907: (Mrs. Lacey Clement Moore Sikes ■ 
Methodist Mission). 

Alice Unde rwood HaU. b. Chicago, 111. Oct. 12, 1873: united with 
Cong'l. Church, Yarmouth, Mass., 1885: studied at Oberlin and Mt. 
Holyoke Colleges: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 25, I9O4. Died Ponasang, 
Foochow, Oct. 19, 1909. (See Jan. 1910 Herald 1910, page 4. 

Grace Adeline Funk, b. Audubon, Audubon Co., Iowa April 15, 1880: united 
with the Presb. Church, Carroll, Iowa, 1894: studied in the Carroll and 
Manning, Iowa High Schools and the >toody Bible Inst. Chicago: emb. San 
Francisco, Nov. 20, 1906. Arr. home Apr. 9, 1912; Sailed Aug. 12, 1913; 
Arr. home June 21, 1920; Sailed Oct. 22, 1921. Married Jan. 19, 1925, 
W Herbert E.V. Andrews at Foochow. hbved to Chef 00, China where she 
continued missionary work. 



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Elizabeth Sarg.h Perkins ; b. Foxcroft, York Co., Me., Jan. 23, 1883: 
tinitad with Cong. Ch. Alfred, Me. May 1899: grad. Bates College: enb. 
Seattle, . Sept. 10, 190?: arr. F. Oct. 14, 1907. Left field Oct. 22, 
1913: Arr. H. Jan. 10, 1914. Re-erab. Nov. 21,1914 - Second tera Dec. 
25, 1914 - L-?. 1^7 1921. Arr. H. Sept. '21. Re-emb. Sept. 14, 1922. 
3rd term. Oct. 1922. L.F. Apr. '21. Arr. H. Aug. '27. Sailed on 
acct. of conditions in China at time she decided not to return to field 
at end of furlough 1927- 

Ruth Porter Ward, dau. of Langdon S. Ward, b. Brookline, Mass. Dec. 10, 
1881: united vdth Cong'l. Church, Newton Center, 1393: studied at Kt. 
Holyoke College and Teachers' College, Columbia Univ. N.Y. City: erab, 
Nov. 29, 1907. Married F.P. Beach 1911 - see page 120. 

A^es Julia Ksebold , b. Chicago, Nov. 28, 1883: united vrlth Park Cong. 
Ch., Chicago, Jan. 1, 1896: studied at Wheaton Acad. & College, Moody 
Bible Inst, and Chicago Athenaeum: erab. San Francisco Aug. 23, 1909: 
Married Leonard J. Christian February 22, 1912. Still on field 1947. 
Died in Claresaont, California Dec. 30, 1963. 

Irene Lea Wall Dornblazer, b. Wheeling, Ohio Co., W. Va. May 30, 1382: 
united vdth ^g. Ev. Lutheran Ch. , of which her father was pastor, Easter 
1892: studied at Wittemburg Col., Springfield, 0. emb. N.Y. Sept. 6, 
1910: Arr. home July 1917. 

Gertrude Helena Blanchard, h. Boston, Oct. 9, 1834: united with Cong'l. 
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Oct; 25, 1910. Arr. home March 25, 1917; Sailed Aug. 27, 1919; 
Arr. home 1920. Re-ap. by W.B.M.I for 3 yr. term Jul/ 5, 1921; 
Sailed /jig. 31, 1921; Arr. home 1923. 



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Hlsslonariea 

Alexander Brovm V/inchester. b. Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 
June 10, 1353. prof, relig. V/oodstock, Ont. : studied Peterhead Acad. 
grad. Manitoba Sem. 1^87: ord. Winnipeg, Kan. June 13, 183?: emb. 
San Francisco, Sept. 21, '87: arr. Pao-ting-fu, Nov. 15, '37: returned 
to U.S. arr. Vancouver, Oct. 1389: released Nov. 26, 1389. 

Mrs. V^inchester (Suphemia Jsne Douglas) b. Hampton, Durham Co., Ont., 
Sept. 13, 1367: prof, relig. July 1586: studied >bro7n House Ladies 
Sem, Toronto, and Collegiate Institute, Brandon, ^lanitoba: mar, 
Brandon, Au^. 30, 1887: enib. San Francisco, Sept. 21, 1887: arr, 
Pao-ting-fu, Nov. 15, '87: returned to U.S. arr. Vancouver, Oct. 1839: 
released Nov. 26, 1889. 

Henry Kinfyian^ b. Boston, ]-!as3. Dec. 2, 1863: prof, relig. Boston June 

1877: grad. Colbv Univ., Waterville, Me., 1884, Hartford Theol. Sera. 

1887: ord. Aubumdale, Aug. 1233: ezib. San Francisco Aug. 30, 1888. arr. 

Tientsin Oct. 7, '88. Vis. U.S. arr. Vancouver, May 3, 1893: re-emb. 

Montreal June 2, '94: arr. Tientsin, Oct. 26: returned to U.S. on account 
of ill health. Arr. Denver, A::r. 23, '95: re-emb. Vancouver Aug. 24,1896. 
arr. Tientsin, Sept. 21. Vis. U.S. en account of ill health, arr. San 
Francisco Apr. 28, 1899. Released July 11, 1899. Died April 15, 1921, 
Claremont, Cal. Miss. Herald 1921 - -pz- 228. 

Mrs. Kin^nan. (Annie Lees) ds:a. of 3jrr, Jonathan Lees of the London 

■J Miss 'y. Soc. b, Tientsin, :fc. China, Aug. 30, 1862: prof, relig. 1874. 

Btudied at Hilton House, Bir=i^ighaa, lag., returned to China in 1831. 



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mar. Tientsin March 19, 1890: vis. U.S. arr. Vancouver, May 3, 1393: 
re-emb. Montreal, J\ine 2, 1894: arr. Tientsin, Oct. 26: arr. U.S. 
April 23, '95: re-emb. Vancouver, Aug. 24, 1896. arr. Tientsin Sept. 
21. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco Apr. 28, 1399. Released July 11, 1899. 

Hugh Williaia Fraser, b. New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Jan. 25, I860: prof. 
relig. JunelBSl: grad. i«ianitoba Coll. April 1887. ord. May 1887: 
emb. San Francisco, Mar. 20, 1839: arr. Tientsin, April 29, 1839: 
returned to O.S. arr. Morden, Manitoba, July 28, 1890. released Jan. 
13, 1890. 

Mrs. Fraser, (Susan Chubb), b, Whitby, Ont., Feb. 3, 1862: prof, relig. 
1S79: ed, in pub. schools: mar. Oct. 22, 1830: emb. San Francisco 
Mar. 20, 13S9: arr. Tientsin April 29, '39: returned to U.S. arr. 
Morden, Manitoba, July 23, 1890: released Jan. 13, 1890. 

ElwDod Gardner Tewksbury, b. West Newbury, Essex Co., Mass. Mar. 6, 1865: 
prof, relig. East Somerville, Mass. 1873. grad. Harvard College, 1837; 
Hartford Theol. Sem. 1890: ord. East Somerville, June 25, 1890: emb. 
San Francisco, Sept. 4, 1390: arr. Peking, Oct. 26, 1390: Vis. U.S. 
arr. San Francisco May 27, 1398. re-emb. Vancouver, Aug. 21, 1399. Vis. 
U.S. arr. H-Y. June 30, 1906. Released Aug. 3, 1909. Returned to China 
emb. N.Y. Sept. 7, 1910 to be located at Shanghai as Nat. S.S. Sec. to 
China under the World's S.S. Assoc. Died in Philadelphia, Pa. Nov. 5, 1945. 

'^ lb-3. Tewksbury (Grace Holbrook) b. Norwich, New London Co., Ct., Oct. 
28, 1864: prof, relig. Norwich, Mar. 1377: studied Boston Univ. New 



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Eng. Conservator7, Medical & ITieol. Dept., & Hartford Theol. Sem. : 
mar. Norwich, Ct., May ZB, 1889: emb, San Francisco, Sept. 4, 1890: 
arr. Peking, Oct. 26, 1890: Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, May 27, 1898. 
re-emb. Vancouver Aug. 21, 1899. vis. U.S. arr. N.Y". June 30, 1906. 
released Aug. 3, 1909. Returned to China, emb. N.Y. Sept. 7, 1910, 
Died in Shanghai, June 2, 1938. 

George Henry Ewin^. b. Enfield, Hampshire Co., Mass. Feb. 21, 1868: 
prof, rellg. Enfield, May, 1883: grad. Amherst Col. 1890, Yale Iheol. 
Sera. 1893: ord. Danvers, Mass. May 24, 1893: emb. San Francisco Sept. 
21, 1893: arr. Paoting-fu Oct. 3,. Released April 22, 1902. Came 
to the U.S. immediately after the Boxer uprising. 

Mrs. Ewlng. (Sarah Holt Porter) b. Danvers, Essex Co. Mass. May 9, 1868: 

prof, relig. Danvers, May 1884: studied in Northfield Sem. and Chicago 

Bible Institute: mar. Sept. 2, 1893: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 21, 

1893: arr. Pao-ting-fu Oct. 3. Returned to U.S. in the aut'omn of 1900. 
Released April 22, 1902. 

George Durand Wilder A.B., D.D., B.O. b. Ripon, Fond du Lac Co, Wis. June 
26, 1869: prof, relig. Huron, So. Dak. May 1883: studied at Yankton 
Col., grad. Oberlin Col. 1891j studied 2 yrs. at Oberlin Sem., grad. 
Yale Divinity Sch. 1894: Ord. Oberlin, June 17, 1894. erab. San Francisco 
Aug. 28, 1894. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco May 27, 1904. re-emb, San 
Francisco Sept. 27, 1905. Arr. F. Nov. '05. L.F. Jun. 13, '14. arr. 
H. Aug. 6, 'U. Sailed Aug. 25, '15. Arr. F. Sept. 16, '15, L.F. Hay 



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May 12, '21. Arr. H. June 7, 1921. Sailed Aug. 24, '22. Rec'd degrees 
from Oberlin and Tale. Died Ma,7 5, 1946 at Oberlin, Ohio. See Card. 

Mrs. Wilder (Gertrude Williams Stanley) See page 157. Mar. Tientsin, 
China, Ilay 24, 1395: vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, May 27, 1904: re-emb. 
San Francisco, Sept. 27, 1905. Statistics same through Sept. 16, 1915. 
Arr. H. July 24, 1919. Sailed Aug. 23, 1923. Died Nov. 27, 1963 at 
Ypsilanti, Michigan. 

Charles gdvrard Swing, b. Enfield, Hampshire Co., Mass. May 24, 1369: 
prof, relig. Enfield, Jan. 7, 1333; grad. Amherst Col. 1890, Yale Theol. 
Sem, 1S93; ord. Danvers, Mass. May 24, 1893; emb. San Francisco Aug. 
28, 1894: Was in Peking during Boxer Uprising in 1900. Vis. U.S. arr. 
Vancouver, Oct. 3, 1900. Released Oct. 7, 1902. Re-appt'd. Feb. 23, 
1904: re-emb. Vancouver Sept. 5, 1904: Arr'd. home June 19, 1913; 
Resignation accepted Feb. 16, 1915 - pastor First Congl. Ch., Janesville, 
Wise. Re-ap. July 21, 1920. Sailed Sept. 17, 1920; Arr'd home May 23, 
1927. Died July 27, 1927 in New Haven, Conn. See Msy. Herald »27, p. 309. 

Mrs. Swing (Bessie Goodyear Smith) b. North Haven, New Haven Co., Conn. 

Dec. 20, 1870: prof, relig. New Haven, Nov. 1, 1385: studied at Welch 

School 
Trainih^for Teachers, New Haven,; mar. New Haven, July 12, 1894: emb, 

San Francisco, Aug. 28, 1894: Vis. U.S. arr. Vancouver, Oct. 8, 1900, 

Released Oct. 7, 1902. Re-appt'd. Feb. 23, 1904: re-emb. Sept. 5, 

1904: Arr. F. Sept. 30, 1904; L.F. Mar. 5, 1911. Arr. H. Mar. 21, 



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1911; Sailed Aug. 10, 1922. L.F. May 5, 192?. Arr. H. May 23, 1927. 
Died Dec. 9, 1966 at ftockynol Presbyterian Retirement Home, Akron, Ohio. 

Howard Spilman Gait, b, Shenandoah, Pa-^e Co., Iowa, Sept. 15, 1872: 
prof, relig. Farragut, la. 1834: Grad. Tabor College 1895, Chicago Univ. 
1896: studied two years in Divinity Sch., Chicago Univ. asid grad. 
Hartford Theol. Sem. 1899: ord. Hartford, Oct. 1, 1899: eab. San 
Francisco, Nov. 1, '99. arr. Tung-cho Dec. 7. Vis. U.S. arr. Seattle, 
May 13, 1908: re-emb. San Francisco Aug. 5, 1909. Arr. field Sept. 
3, 1909. L. F. July 10, 1917. Arr. H. Aug. 13, 1917. Sailed Aug. 21, 
1918. Arr. H. after third term Sept. 4, 1925. Sailed Oct. 21, 1927. 
Began third tern Nov. 21, 1927. 5 children - Rec'd Degree of 0.0. from 
Tabor College, 1915 and degree of Doctor of Edu. (Ed.O.) from Harvard June 
1927. See card. Died Nov. 7, 1948 in Claremont, Calif. 

Mrs . Gait (Louise A. West) b. Shenandoah, Page Co., Iowa. Dec. 31> 1876: 
prof, relig. Shenandoah, la. 1839: studied at Tabor College: mar. Tabor, 
Iowa, Oct. 5, 1899: emb, San Francisco Nov. 1, '99. Arr. Tung Cho, Dec. 
7. Vis. U.S. arr. Seattle, V^j 13, 1908: re-emb. San Francisco, Aug. 5, 
1909: Statistics same as husbands. See card. She died in Dallas, Texas, 
(home of dau. Mildred) on February 24, 1957, following a heart attack. 
Burial of ashes in Shenandoah, Iowa. 

William Berpjen Stelle b. Jersey City, Hudson Co., N.J. Feb. 28, 1866: 
united with Parmly Memo. Baptist Church, Jersey City, Mar. 8, 1885. 



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grad, Colgate College 1394; studied at HaLmilton Theol. Sea. two years 
and grad. at Yale Divinity School 18%: ord. Family Memo, Ch., Jersey 
City, Nov. 1897. V/ent out to China independently 1898, Appt'd. Aug. 6, 
1901. Vis. U.S. arr. Seattle, May 13, 1908: re-emb. San Francisco, July 
27, 1909. Arr. H. after 2nd term July 1, 1916. Sailed Jnly 18, 1917. Arr. 
F..Aug. '17. Arr. H. Aug. 8, '24. Sailed Aug. 22, '25. Arr. F. Sept. 16, 
1925; Retl::ed Sept. 1, 1934. Died March 6, 1935 at Peiping, China. 

Mrs. Stelle (Mary Elizabeth Sheffield) See page 158. I-Iar. Tungcho, June 
10, 1903. Vis. U.S. arr. Seattle, May 13, 1908: re-e^ib. San Francisco, 

July 27, 1909. Arr. H. after 2nd T. July. 18, 1917. Arr. F. Aug. '17. 

,A.H. Au!T. 13. '23 
L.F. July 14, •23.VSailed lug. 22, '25. Arr. F. Sept. 16, '25. Retired 

1943. Died on Nov. 5, 1961 in Cambridge, Mass, See card, 

Charles Alfred Stanley, Jr. P.P. son of Rev. C.A. Stanley of this mission, 
b, Tientsin, Nov. 1, 1878: united with Ist Congl. Ch., Oberlin, 0., 
studied at Marietta College & Lake Forest Univ, grad. Marietta 1901, and 
Hartford & Oberlin Seminaries - grad, Oberlin 1904: ord. Derry, N.C. July 
10, 1904: emb. San Francisco, Aug. 6, 1904: Arr. field Sept. 4, 1904, 
L,F, May 16, '12. Arr. Home June 26, '12. Sailed Aug. 26, '13. Arr. F. 
Oct. 3, 1913. Arr. H. Jul. 13, 1920. Sailed Aug. 31, 1921. Arr. F. 
Sept, '21, L.F, Aug. Arr. F. Sept. '21. L.F. Rec. D.D. in 1921 from 
Marietta College. L.F. Aug. 10, '27. Arr. H. Aug. 29, 1927. Sailed 
Aug. 12, '28. Arr. F. Sept. 15, 1928. Died on April 29, I953 in 
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Vrs. Stanley (Louise Claire Hathaway) b. Marietta, Ohio, Aug. 18, 

1880. united vdth Baptist Ch. Marietta, 1891: grad. Marietta College: 

mar. Marietta, 0. June 1904: emb. San Francisco, Aug. 6, 1904. 

Statistics same up to sailing for field Aug. 26, 1913. Mrs. S. left 

field April 5, 1927. Arr. H. Apr. 25, '27. Sailed Nov. 1, 1929. 

Arr. F. Nov. 26, 1929. 

Shansi Mlgsion 

Paul Laaton Corbin, D.I). b. Carlinville, >jacoupin Co., Sept. 28, 1875: 

united with Cong. Church, Chesterfield, HI., Nov. 1888: grad. Black- 
bum Col. 1898, Shansi and Oberlin Sem, 1903: ord. Kemper, 111., Oct. 
12, 1899: was pastor of the Mission churches in Hillsboro, Kemper 4 
Butler, HI., and Barberton, 0., between 1897 & 1902. Traveling Sec. 
Student Volunteer Movement 1903-4: «nb. San Francisco, Aug. 30, 1904. 
Arr'd. home fey 30, 1912; Sailed July 15, 1913; Arr'd home June 21, 
1920; Sailed July 13, 1922; Arr'd home Feb. 9, 1928; Sailed July 29, 
1930. (D.D. Oberlin 1921. (From Spring 1925 to end Feb. 19? was in 
special famine relief work at South Shansi. Came to U.S. in 1926, arr'd. 
May 17, for Mrs. Corbin &. sailed Aug. 4, 1926). Retired Sept. 1, 1922, 
but continued in work. Died at Taiku, No. China, Jan. 9, 1936. 

Shansi Mission 

Mrs. Corbin TMiriam Hannah Locke), b. Lawn Ridge, Marshall Co., 111., 

Sept. 23, L878: united with Cong. Ch. Henry, lU., Feb. 1888: studied 

at Oberlin College: mar. Morning Sun, Iowa, June 9, 1904: emb. as above. 

Arr'd. home Jan. 13, 1912. Sailed Apr. 20, 1913; Arr'd home Aug. 2, 1919; 

Sailed June 2, 1922; Arr'd. home June 24, 1924; sailed Aug. 4, 1926. 

Died at Peoria, HI. March 19, 1928. 



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Arie Benjamin De Haan , b. Pella, Marcon Co., Iowa, Nov. 22, 1884: 
united with Dutch Reformed Church, Pella, Jan. 1, 1905: grad. Iowa 
College, 1906 and Oberlin Theol. Sem. 1909: ord. Oberlin, May 10, '09: 
anb, San Francisco, Nov. 2, '09: Arr. home Sep. 6, 1915; Sailed Oct. 
7, 1916; Arr. home July 9, 1917. Withdrew on reaching U.S. Died on 
March 16, I96O at Sioux City, Iowa, See card. 

Krs. De Haan (Sarah D. Seymour), b. Rootstown, Portage Co., Ohio, Oct. 
27, 1883: tmited with Cong'l. Church of Rootstown in early teens; 
studied at Oberlin College, graduating 1908: mar. Rootstown, Ohio, 
Aug. 18, 1909: emb. San Francisco Nov. 2, 1909: Ari-'d. home Sept. 6, 
1915; Sailed Oct. 7, 1916; Aj-r'd. home July 9, 1917. Withdrew. 
Died Dec. 13, 1926 at Sioux City, Iowa. 

Francis Fisher Tucker, M.D., b. Natick, Mass. Nov. 11, 1870: united 
vdth 1st. Cong. Ch,, Lincoln, Neb. May 1, 1888. grad. Univ. of Mich. 
1894 and Rush Medical College, Chicago: enb. San Francisco Oct. 15, 1902: 
arr. Tientsin, Nov. 26, 1902. L.F. May 23, '10. Arr. H. June 21, '10, 
Sailed Aug. 12, 1911. Arr. F. Sept. 13, '11. Arr. H. Jul. 17- '18. 
Sailed July 24, 1919. Arr. F. Aug. 16, 1919. L.F. June 15, '26. 
Arr. H. Sept. 12, '26. Sailed June 21, 1928. On Feb. 20, 1928 the P.C. 
took action terminating their connection with the North China Mission, 
since no invitation had come for their return. V.as redesignated to No, 
China for 2 jv term July 1, 1929. On Sept. 29, 1931 resignation accepted 
as of Aug. 31, 1931. Dr. Tucker died in Cleveland, Ohio Nov. 30, 1957. 
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Mrs. Tucker (Snma Jane Boose) b. Garret, Somerset Co., Perm. Oct, 
20, 1870: united with Presb. Ch., Falls City, Neb. I-lay 1878: f^rad. 
Univ. of Neb. 1396, Northwestern Univ. Med. Col. 1901: mar. Falls City, 
Neb. Jione 29, 1397: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 15, 1902: arr. Tientsin 
Nov. 26, 1902. Statistics according to Dr. Tucker. 

Charles Whiitier Youn^, M.D. b. Hyde Paric, Chicago, 111., May 31, 1874: 
united with Bethany Union Ch. Ifyde Park, 1381: grad. Univ. of 111. 1397: 
and Med. Dent. Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, 1903: emb. San Francisco, 
Oct. 25, 1904: arr. F. Dec. 6, 1904. L.F. May 21, 1912. Arr. H. Aug. 
1, '12. Sailed Aug. 13, 1913. Arr. H. after second term Aug. 4, '18. 
Sailed Jul. 24, '20. Arr. F. Aug. 23, '20. Arr. H. 1926. Dr. Young 
died at Albany, N.Y. on Jan. 25, 1929 of coronary thromnosis, ■ See 
Miss. Her. Apr. 1929, p. 167. See card. 

Mrs. Young (Olivia Doyle) b. Baltimore, Md,, Jan. 31, 1875: united 
with Presb. Ch., Baltimore, 1891: studied in Md. Inst, of Drawing, 
Peabody Conservatory of Music and Johns Hopkins Training Sch. for 
Nurses: mar. Sept. 15, 1904 at Baltimore, Md. emb. San Francisco, 
Oct. 25, 1904. Statistics as above. Mrs. Young married the Rev. C. 
Bumell Olds of the Japan Mission I-Iar. 9, 1942. She passed away in 
Claremont Calif, on Mar. 20, 1948. See card. 

Susan Barbara Tallman, M.D. b. Hickory Grove Township, Iowa, Dec. 15, 
1872: united with the Ist. Cong. Ch., (i-innell, Iowa, Apr. 1837: 
studied at Iowa College, Vfoman's Medical College Chicago and North- 
vestern Univ: emb. San Francisco, Nov. 4, 1905: Arr. home July 10, 






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1913; Sailed Aug. 8, 1914; Left field 1918. Married Benjamin T. 
Sargent, May 25, 1916 at Tientsin, China. Ret'd. to U.S. 1918. 
Passed away on February 21, 1951 in Berkeley, California. See card. 

Missionary Physicians 

James Harry In?r?Ji, M.D . b. Mansfield, 0., Sept. 21, 1858: vrtien 7 yrs. 
of age removed to Vineland, N.J.: attended Business Coll, evenings in 
Phila.: prof, relig. Vineland 1868: entered Med. Dep. of Univ, of Pa., 
in 1880; grad. in the spring of '83: took post graduate course at Phila. 
Polyclinic: erab. San Francisco,' Sept. 21, '8?: arr. Tung-cho, Nov. »S7, 
vis, the U.S. arr. San Francisco, July 15, 1393: re-erab. San Francisco, 
Oct, 12, 1895. Vis. U.S. arr, San Francisco, Oct. 1900. re-emb. San 
Francisco, Oct. 23, 1901. Ar'd. hone Oct. 13/11. Sailed July 27, 1912. 
Ar'd. home July 1930. Retired to Honor Roll Jan. 1, 1927. Died at 
Peiping (Western Hills) China, June 15, 1934 shot by a robber, 

Vrs. Ingram, (Sallie Voss): b. South Seaville, Cape May Co., N.J, 
April 13, 1867: prof, relig. 1875: studied public schools & with 
private tutor: mar. S. Seaville, Sept. 1887: emb. San Francisco Sept, 
21, 1887: arr. Tung-cho, Nov. '87: died Feb. 2, 1891 at Tung-cho. 
(see Msy. '91 Herald, p, 195) 

Mrs. Ingram (l^yrtle B. Prough) of Philadelphia. Emb. Oct. 12, 1895. 
Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, Oct, 1900. Re-emb. San Francisco, Oct. 23, 
1901. Third Tern, Nov. 21, '01. Left field Aug. 22, 1911. Arr. H. Oct. 
13, 1911; sailed July 27, 1912. Fourth Term, Sept. 20, 1912. Resigned in 
1927, Jan. 1. Arr. Home July 1930. 



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Edward R, Vfagner, b. Ann Arbor, Washtenaw Co., Mich. Jan, 9, 1862: 
prof, relig. Ann Arbor, 1877: grad. Mich. Univ. 1834 & 1387: studied 
medicine at Mich. Univ. 4 N.Y. Post Graduate Sch. : enb. San Francisco, 
Sept. 10, 1889: arr. Tientsin, Oct. 23, 1889: Vis. U.S. arr. San 
Francisco, July 19, 1899: Died in San Dimas, Calif, on Dec. 16, 1943. 

Mrs. Wagner. (l-^yrtle Celia Hudson) b. Strongsville, Cuyahoi^a Co., 0., 
June 20, 1857: prof, relig. Aug. 20, 1870 J studied Cal. State Normal 
Sch., aiwi Mich. Univ. Mar. San Jose, Cal. Sept. 6, 1889: enb. San 
Francisco, Sept. 10, 1889: arr. Tientsin, Oct. 23, 1889: Vis. U.S. arr. 
San Francisco, July 19, 1399. 

1^ Franklin Elmore McBride, b. Mansfield, 0., Feb. 7, 1862: prof, relig. 

Mansfield, Aug. 1386: took entire course at Lebanon, 0., and med. course 
at Nat, Hormal Univ.: emb. San Francisco, Aug. 13, 1839: arr. Tientsin, 
Sept. 24, 1889: Died at Kalgan, July 6, 1890. (See Herald, Sept. 1890, 
page 347). 

Mrs. HcBride (Julia Lillian V/heeler) b, Carlisle, Warren Co., 0. Sept. 
12, 1864s prof, relig. l-Iiainisburg, 0., 1885: mar. Miamisburg, 0., Jan, 
15, 1886. Arr. Tientsin, Sept. 14, 1389: returned to U.S. Arr. July 
1891: .released Nov. 20, 1891. 

Alfred Lindsay Shapleigh, M.D. b. Boston, Mass. Sept. 5, 1869: prof. 
relig. Shawnut Ch. Boston, 1382: grad. Harvard Col. 1892: studied at 
Harvard Med. Sch., Hering College, Chicago, Philadelphia Post-Grad. Sch. 
of Homeopathics: emb. Vancouver, Au^. 3, 1396: arr. Tientsin Sept. 21: 
returned to U.S. arr. San Francisco, Jan. 1, 1898: released F^rch 8, 1898. 



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Mrs. Shaoleig:h (Katherine Chase Pratt) b, Worcester, Worcester Co., Dec. 
29, 1875: prof, relig. Jan. 1891: studied at a private school in 
Worcester and St. Agnes School, Albany: mar. -vorcester June 2, 1896: 
emb. Vancouver, Aug, 3, 1896: arr. Tientsin, Sept. 21, returned to 
U.S. arr. San Francisco, Jan. 1, 1898: released March 8, 1898. 

Frank Aleworth Wanles, b. New Orleans, La. Dec. 11, 1867: prof, relig, 

Ann Arbor, Mch. 1834: grad. Univ. of Mich. 1839: Ann Arbor Med. Sch. 

1893: practiced medicine in Hemingford, Neb.: emb. Vancouver, Aug. 27, 

1894. Arr. Tientsin, Sept. 25. vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco April 22, 1398: 
released May 24, 1898. 

Mrs. Waples , (Cora Isabella Riggs) b. Center, V/is. Aug. 19, 1863, daughter 
of Rev, A.L. .Riggs of Santee Agency, Neb.: prof, relig, Yankton - j 
studied at Yankton College and Mt.Holyoke, Sem. mar. Santee Agency, Neb,, 
Aug. 20, 1892: emb, Vancouver, Aug. 27, 1894: arr. Tientsin, Sept. 25. 
Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, April 22, 1S98: released I'iay 24, 1898. 
Miss Dorothy V/aples died June 11, 1948. Taught English at Colorado 
College 21 yrs. vlas bom in Kalgan (China) 1895. Had a Ph.D. from 
Yale. Published a book in 1938. (Reported by Dr. F.F. Tucker 12/20/48), 

Missionariea 

Horace Tracy Pitkin, b. Philadelphia, Pa. Oct. 28, 1869: prof, relig. 
2nd Ch. Exeter, N.H. 1886: studied at Phillips Academy, Exeter,: grad. 
Yale Univ. 1892 and Union Theol. Sem. 1896: ord. Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 
9, 1896: emb. N.Y. Nov. 11, 1896: arr. Tientsin, May 1, 1897. Mr. 
Pitkin was one of the missionaries who fell in the massacre at Paotingfu 
July 1, 1900, during the Boxer Uprising. See Nov. 1900 Herald and An. 
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Mrs. Pitkin (Letitia Elizabeth Thomas) b. Troy, Miami Co., 0hi9, Sept. 
7, 1873: prof, relig. Presb. Ch. Troy, 0., 1838: studied at Mt.Holvoke 
College and Philadelphia Med. College for V.'oraen: mar. Troy, Oct. 6, 1896: 
emb. Nov. U, 1896: arr. Tientsin, iiay 1, 1897: ris. U.S. arr. San 
Francisco May 8, 1900: At the time of the massacre l-Irs. Pitkin vrith her 
little son, Horace, was in the U.S. on a furlough. Married Mr. Ernest A. 
Evans, Troy, Ohio, July 25, 1906. 1907 Mill Valley, Cal. 

Bnery V/ard Ellis, b. Sac City, Sac Co., Iowa, Oct. 20, 1876: united with 
Cong'l. Ch., Curtis, Neb. 1889: grad. Doane Col. 1899, and Chicago Theol. 
Sem, 1904: ord. : emb. San Francisco, Oct. 13, 1904. Arr. home 
July 18, 1912; Sailed Aug. 16, 1913 J Arr. home Feb. 9, 1917; Sailed Aug. 
9, 1923; Arr. home 1927. From 1923-27were connected with Williams-Porter 
Hosp. in Tehchow. Died June 21, 1946 at Hershey, Nebraska; Burial at 
Curtis, Nebr. See card, 

Mrs. Ellis (Minnie Caroline Case) b. Nelson, Nuckolls Co., Neb. Mar. 16, 
1876; united with Cong. Ch., Fairfield, Neb. 1885: studied at Fairfield 
Col., Neb. State Univ. and Vioodj Bible Inst.: mar. Chicago, Jan. 6, 1904: 
emb. San Francisco Oct. 13, 1904: Arr. home July 18, 1912; Sailed Aug. 
16, 1913; ^J-r. home Feb. 9, 1919; Sailed Aug. 17, 1920; Arr. home 1927. 
Died on October 5, 1959 at Nelson, Nebr., burial at Curtis Cemetery. 
(Husband buried at Curtis, Nebr.) Fairfield, Nebr. had been their 
home. See card. 

V inton Powers Eastman, b. Nashua, Chickasaw Co., Iowa, April 25, 1880: 
united with 1st Cong. Ch., Nashua, Iowa, 1894: grad. Carleton College, 



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1903, Oberlin Seminaiy 1907: ord. Oberlin, May 7, 1907. emb. Seattle, 
Nov. 10, 1908: Arr. home June 15, 1916, Sailed for field Auf^. 25,1917. 
Arr. F. Sept. 25, '17. L.F. May 7, '24. Arr. H. June 4, 1924. Rec'd. 
M.A. in '25 from Carleton College. Home 1928. 

Mrs. Eastman (Florence May Cutler) b. Qlencoe, McLeod Co., Minn. July ' 
12, 1879: uni-ted with Cong. Ch., Glencoe, 1893: studied at Carleton 
College and Y.W.C.A. Sec. Training Inst., Chicago: mar. Willmar, Minn., 
June 25, 1908: erab. Seattle, Nov. 10, 1908. Statistics same as for Mr. 
Eastman. Left field in 1923, 4 ?. Died in Seattle, Wash, on March 20, 
1957, buried in Missoula, Montana. See card. 

Mariam Ger trude M.acGov/n Evans, b. Bluehill, Hancock, Co., Maine, April 27, 
1884: united with Cong'l. Cg. of Amherst, N, H. of which her father was 
pastor, in March, 1394: grad. Mt.Holyoke Col.: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 
15, 1908: Arr'd. home Nov. 17, 1911. Married Richard Evans July 29, 1912, 
Mrs. Evans died on Sept. 12, 1961 in San Jose, Calif. See card. 

Lucius Cha nin Porter, son of Rev. Henry D. Porter; b. Tientsin, China, 
Oct. 31, 1380: united with the church at Pang Chuang in March 1393: 
grad. Beloit College, 1901, and Yale Div. Sch., 1906: ord. Brooklyn, 
N.r. May 22, 1903: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 15, 1908: Arr. F. Oct. 15, 
•08; L,Bit June 20, 1915, Arr. H. July 5y 1915. Sailed Aug. 10, 1916^ 
Began Second Term Sept. 2, 1916. Arr. H. Jul. 21, 1922. Sailed Aug. 19, 
1924. Began IMrd Term, Sept. 10, 1924. Arr. H. Sept. 9, 1928. Sailed 
Aug. 10, 1929. Record continued on card. Died in Beloit, Wisconsin on 
Sept. 7, 1958 following an accident. See card. 



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Mr3« Porter (Lillian Lee Dudley) b. West Salem, Viisconsin, Dec. 28,1879: 
united vrith Con^. Ch., West Salem, 1892: grad. Beloit Col,: mar. West 
Salem, V.'is. May 16, 1903: enb. San Francisco, Sept. 15, 1908: Arr, F, 
Oct. 15, 1908. From Nov. 11, 1912 to Oct. 20, 1913 she was absent in 
America with her children. Sailed from San Fran. Sept. 20, 1913. 
Died on October 30, 1956 in Beloit, Wisconsin. See card. 

Kary Estell'e Vanderslice b. Dixon, 111. Jan. 23, 1873: united with 
Presb, Church of Dixon in 1890: studied in the Chicago schools and 
Chicago Froebel Association: emb. San Francisco, Dec. 23, 1909: Married 
(& withdrew) May 19, 1915 - D.W. Edwards at Peking, China. 

Alice Se3iTnour Brovme, dau. of Rev. J.K. Browne of the Eastern Turkey 
Mission: b. Harpoot, Turkey, Oct. 29, 1378: united with Pilgrim Cong. 
Ch. , Cambridge, Jan. 1, 1893: grad. Cambridge Latin School, Mt. Holyoke 
College, Hartford Iheol. Sem. and Hartford School of Religious Pedagogy: 
was Secretary for young people's work of the W.B.M. for about a year and 
a half before going to China: emb. San Francisco, Sept, 27, 1905. 
Married Rev. Murray Scott Frame. Retired 1940. 

Lucia Edith Lyons, b. Deti*oit, Michigan, June 29, 1879; a granddaughter 
of Dr. Zachary Eddy and Rev. Lorenz© Lyons of the Sandwich Island Mission, 

She spent several years in Honolulu, uniting with the Central Union Cong'l. 

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0h. j^ that city: studied at Oahu College and later at Ann Arbor, Mich,: 

grad, from the Univ. of Michigan in 1902: emb, San Francisco Sept. 27, 1905. 

M iy Nixon Co rbett, dau. of Rev. Hunter Corbett, D.D. of the Presb. Mission 
in Peking: b. Chefoo, China, Oct. 29, 1878. studied in the Collegiate 



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Institute for Girls, Chefoo, grad. Univ. of Wooster, Ohio: united 
with Presb. Ch. Chefoo, China 1892. emb. San Francisco, Oct. 12, 1906: 
Left field Nov. 1913. Married June 27, 1914, Harold F. Smith, at St. 
Joseph, to. Died at McCabe Rest Home in Claremont, California, February 
28, 1964. 

Mabel Anna 'Ellis, b. Sac. Co, Iowa, July 11, 1832: united vdth Congl. 
Church when ten years of age: studied at Crete Acad, and Doane College: 
emb. San Francisco, Sept. 24, 190?. Married Hugh Hubbard. Still in 
service 1947. 

Delia Dickson Leavens, b. Norwich, New London Co., Conn. Sept. 14, 1878: 
united with Cong. Ch. Norwich Sept. 1892: studied in Norwich Free Acad. 
and Sniith College: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 20, 1909. Arr. home Apr. 8, 
1916. (Was in U.S. on Iv. of ab. Feb. Sept. 1912) Not in Year Book for 
1918. Died on December 28, I960 at Asheville, North Carolina. See card. 
(In North China, Tengchow 1909-16). 

Lucy Irene Mead , b. Chicago, 111., Sept. 11, 1884: united with 1st Cong. 
Church, Chicago, Sept. 3, 1893: studied at Brooke private sch. and 
Service Institute, Chicago, and grad. Beloit Col. 1908: enb. San Francisco 
Nov. 2, 1909: Ar'd. home 1914; Sailed Aug. 25, 1915; Ar'd. home July 1919; 
Sailed Aug. 10, 1926; .^^'d. home 1928. Died Sept. 1, 1930 at Brantford, 
Ontario, Can. 

Murray Scott Frame, b. Hudson, St. Croix Co., Wis. Nov. 4, 1881: united 
with Stevens Point, Wis. Presb. Church, 1891: grad. Wooster .Univ. 1901 



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Union Sem. 190?: ord. Broadway Tab. N.Y. May 2, 1910: emb. N.Y. Au^. 
6, 1910: Died at Peking, China June 5, 1918. Missy. Herald, 1918, 
p. 303i. 

Harry Stra tton Martin, b. Soring Valley, Wis. August 16, 1877; united 
with Spring Valley Con^'l. Church, Mar. 1894: grad. Carleton Acad. & 
Carleton Col, 1903: vfas principal of V;indom Institute, Montevideo, 
Minn. 3 yrs: spent 1907-7 in Bangor Iheol. Sem. & grad. Yale Divinity 
Sch. 1909: driring his theol. course at Yale was acting pastor at Brook- 
field, Conn. emb. Seattle, Sept. 19, 1910: Arr. F. Oct. 18, 1910; L.F. 
June 16, 1917. Arr. H. July 20, 1917: Sailed Aug. 15, 1918. L.F. after 
2nd Term, June 18, '26. Arr. H.July 14, 1926. Sailed Dec. 19, 1927. 
Began Third Term, Jan. 14, 1928. (5 children) Died in N.Y.C. May 15, 
1954 at Presb. Med. Center. See card, 

Mrs. Martin (Rose Lombard) Chatfield, 1-Iinn, October 17, 1877, united 
with Christian Ch., San Francisco, 1837: grad. Winona State Normal School 
(Minn.) 1896 and Carleton Col. 1903: mar. St. Charles, Minn. June 24, 
1903.: Bnb. Seattle, Sept. 19, 1910: Statistics according to Inr. Martin. 

Isabelle Phelps, b. Lowell, Orleans Co., Vt., July 25, 1877: united with 
the Cong'l. Ch. of Gilsuia, N.H. of which her father. Rev. Frederic B. 
Phelps, was pastor, in 1888; studied at Kimball Union Acad., Welles ley 
College one year, Qnerson College of Oratory one year, and Merrill 
Business College. Entered the office of the Student Volunteer Movement, 
N.Y. During which period she was also engaged in City Missionary work. 
Later took a course in Bible Teachers' Tr. Col. N.Y. & after graduation 



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in 1907 was called to Home Missionary work in Maine; was ordained as a 
ndnister in Pittston, Me. Oct. I907, & later served in Carroll ^ Spring- 
field. Me.: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 25, 1910: Arr. field Dec. 1910. 
L.F. June I5, 1917. Arr. H. Jul. I9, '17. Sailed for field Aug. 15, 
1918. Left field after Second Term May 21, I925. Arr. H. Jan. 12, 
1925. Sailed July I4, 1926. Began IMrd Tem Sept. 1927. Retired 
1942. Died Juno 26, I967 at McCabe Rest Home, Claremont, California. 

Eliner '■■7. Gait, b. Fra^nont Co., near Shenandoah, Iowa, March 7, 1883: 
united With Farragut Cong-l. Ch. (Iowa) 1897: grad. Tabor Col. 1906, and 
Chicago IT^eol. Sem. 1909: granted a two year fellowship by Chicago Sem. 

one of Which he spent i. Germany, the other he takes in study in China: ord. 
^ Union Park Cong. Church, Chicago, May I909 - emb. San Francisco, Nov. 22, 

1910: Arr. Field Dec. 21, I910, L.F. Oct. 9, 1917, Arr. Home Nov. 11,1917. 

Sailed Dec. 6, 1913. Began Second Term Jan. I919. L.F. June 30, 1926. 

Arr. H. July 28, 1926. Sailed Sept.3,1927. Began Third Tena Sept. 25, 1927. 

4 Children. His first year in China was as fellow of the Chicago Theol. S^. 

See card. Died on May 16 196>L ai- +ho K^m= <• u- 

^y xo, iyo4, at the home of his son, Ralph M. Gait, at 

Exisa, Iowa. 

^s^J^ (Altie I^ria Cummin.s) b. near Tabor, MiUs Co., Iowa. April 
10, 1881: united with Cong. Ch., Tabor, 1897: grad. Tabor Col., I9O6: 
mar. Tabor, la., July 21, 190?: emb. San Francisco, Nov. 22, I9IO: 
Statistics as above until Oct. 28, 1927. Mrs. Gait sailed later than her 
husband and arrived in China Nov. 21, I927. See card. Died on May 18, 
^1952 at Shenandoah, Iowa following an automobile accident. 



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Robert Slner Chandler, son of Rev. John S. Chandler of the Madura mission: 
b. Battala.?^^ndu, South India, Nov. 17, 1381: united with Conj. Ch., 
Auburndale, Mass. grad. Yale College, 1904, and Yale Divinity School, 
1910: ord. Brookfield, Ct., Sept. 16, 1910: emb. N.Y. Sept. 29,. 1910 
for a yrs. stdy. in Germany, arr. field June 22, 1911. L.F. May 25, 191S. 
Arr. Home Jtily 9, 1913. Sailed Dec. 4, 1919. Arr. f. Feb. 23, 1920. L.F.- 
Nov. 12, 1926. Arr. Home May 9, 1927, Sailed July 26, 1929. Began 3rd 
Term. Arr. field Sept. 5, 1929. The Chandlers had one son, Harlan, who 
died July 10, 1927, in his fourteenth year. On June 2, 1927, the P.C, 
appointed Mr. Chandler Acting Secretary in the Foreign Dept. to begin on 
Sept, 1, 1927. He continued in service until April 15, 1929. Died 
June 18, 1967 at the Wellesley Nursing Home in V/ellesley, i-Iass. 

Mrs. Chandler (Helen Davis) dau. of Dr. J.D. Davis, of the Japan Miss. 
b. Kyoto, Japan, Ifey 2, 1885: united with Cong. Ch. Ch. Oberlin, 0., 1895: 
studied at Mt. Vernon Sem. Washington, D.C. & Garland School, Boston: mar. 
Worcester, Mass. July 6, 1910: emb. N.Y. Sept. 29, 1910: Statistics as 
above, 

Edith Davis . Born Kobe, Japan. December 30, 1882: Dau. of Rev. R.H. 
and Mrs, F.W. Davis at one time missionaries in Japan, United with Congl. 
Ch. Olivet, Mich, in 1396. Graduate Olivet College. Sub. San Francisco, 
Feb. 15, 1911. Arrived at Shanghai, China, March 12, '11 - (1917) 

Assistant Missionaries 

Ellen Gertrude V/yckoff, b. ELmwood, Peoria Co. HI., Dec. 28, 1862: 

prof, relig. Feb. 1, 1874: studied Knox College 1380-84: emb. Sen 



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B| Francisco Sept. 21, '87. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco Ma? 31, 1897. 
re-emb. Vancouver, Sept. 12, '98. Arr. Tientsin, Oct. 7. Vis. U.S. 
Arr. Vancouver, Oct. 6, 1906: Arr. F. 1908. L.F. June 3, '15. Arr'd. 
H. July 5, 1915. Re-apt. Oct. 25, 1921. Sailed Apr. 29, 1922. L.F. 
Apr. 20, '27. Arr. H. l^y 9, 1927. Retired Dec. 1, 1927. Died. Mar. 
5, 1945, Hinsdale, HI. 

Helen Grace V^^ckoff , b. SLnwood, Peoria. Co., ILL. Dec. 28, 1862. prof, 
relig. Feb. 1, 1874: studied Knox College 1880-84: etnb. San Francisco 
Sept. 21, «87. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco May 31, 1897: re-emb. 
Vancouver Sept. 12, '93. Arr. Tientsin, Oct. 7; vis. U.S. arr. Seattle 
May 13, 1903: re-emb. San Francisco, Nov. 2, 1909: Arr'd. home Aug. 
5, 1915. Died Aug. 9, 1915 at San Francisco, Calif. See Missy. Herald 
|) Oct. 1915, p. 446. 

Henrf Josiah Bostwick. b. Medina Co., Medina, Ohio, July 6, 1863: prof. 
relig. Medina, 0., -: studied in public schools: emb. San Francisco 
Sept. 21, 1887. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco April 19, 1896. Released 
Jan. 19, 1897. 

Mrs. Bostwick. (Amelia Louisa Damon) b. Hinckley, Medina Co., 0., Aug. 13, 
1863: prof, relig. Medina 1377: studied in public schools: mar. April 
23, 1884: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 21, 1887: vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, 
April 12, 1895. Released Jan. 19, 1897. Died June 23, 1929 - Sen Jose, 
Calif. 

Luella Miner , b. Oberlin, Loraine Co., Ohio, October 30, 1861: prof. 
^ relig. Bavaria, Kansas, 1376: studied Oberlin Colle-e: emb. San Franci 



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Sept. 21, '87: arr. Paotingfu, Nov. 15, ig?: Vis. the U.S. arr. 
Vancouver, July 1, 1396: re-onb. San Francisco, July 27, 1897. Arr. 
l\m^ Cho Sent. 7, '97. Vis. U.S. arr. - 1902: rs-emb. Tacoraa Au^. 3, 
1903: re-emb. San Francisco Aug. 8, 1907. Ar'd. home Oct. 27, 1918. 
Sailed Feb. 3, 1914; Ar'd. home 1919; Sailed Feb. 19, 1920. Ar'd. 
home June 7, 1922; Sailed Feb. 23, 1923 - to Int. Msy. Conf. in Jerusalem. 
Came back to. U.S. for conference; sailed for China Aug. 1, 1923. Retired 
Sept. 1, 1932. Died at Tsinan, China, Dec. 2. 1935. 

Mary Susan Morrill . b. Deering, Ke., Mar. 2k, 1364: prof, relig. Deering, 
Jan. 3, 1884, studied two years in Farmington Normal School: emb. San 
Francisco, M^r. 20, 1^9: arr. Tientsin, April 29, '89. Vis. U.S. arr. 
San Francisco May 31> 1897: re-emb. Vancouver, Sept. 12, '98. Arr. 
Paotirigfu Oct. 15, '98. lilss Merrill was one of three missionaries 
massacred at Pao-ting-fu July 1st in the Boxer Uprising. See Nov. I9OO 
Herald and An. Report for 1901, - ■ 

Mary Edith Stanley, daughter of Rev. C.A. Stanley for many years a 

missionary to No. China, b. Tientsin, Province of Chili, China, Mar. 25, 

1865: prof, relig. Tientsin, 1879: studied at Oberlin: emb. San ': 

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Francisco Aug. 13, 1889: arr. Tientsin, Sept. 14, 1339: Vis. U.S. arr. 

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April 19, 1896 at San Francisco; re-emb. San Francisco Hay 20, 1397, Arr. 

Tientsin June 17. M. Mr. Chas. F. Gammon of the Am. Bible Soc. • i 

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Nellie Naomi Russell, b. Outonagon, VAch. Mar. 31, 1862: prof, relig. 1877, 

studied at Northfield Sem. Northfield, Mass.: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 9, j 

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Ang, 21, 1899. Vis. U.S. arr, Vancouver Aug. 29, 1903. re-emb. San 
Francisco Oct. 25, 1904. Died at Peitaiho, China, Aug. 22, 1911. See 
Missy. Herald Oct. 1911 p. AA5. 

Henrietta Blod?et Williams , dau. of Rev. Mark Williams, b. in China Sept. 

25, 1867. prof, relig. - - - Studied at W.F. Sem. and Oberlin, - 
grad. 1889:* emb. Vancouver, Aug. 28, 1893: arr. Tientsin Sept. 29, '93. 
Died at Kaljan, May 30, 1393. (See Sept. '98 Herald, page 342). 

Gertrude VJiUiams Stanley, dau, of Rev.C.A. Stanley, b. Tientsin, China, 
Dec. 9, 1870: prof, relig 1883: grad. Oberlin College, 1890: emb. 
Vancouver Aug. 28, 1893: arr. Tientsin, Sept. 29, '93: mar. Rev. Geo, 
D. Wilder, Tientsin, May 24, 1895. (See page 139). Died Nov. 27, 1963 at 
Ypsilanti, Michigan, 

Abbie Goodrich Chariin, dau, of Rev. L.D. Chapin, b, Tongcho, China, Apr, 2, 
1868. prof, relig. Tung Cho, 1878: grad. Meth. Univ, of Southern, Cal,: 
emb, Vancouver Aug. 28, 1893: arr. Tientsin, Sept. 29, '93: came to U.S. 
with Miss Hinman who vas ill, arr. San Francisco Jan. 1, 1898: r^-onb, 
San Francisco, Sept. 14, '98. arr. Tientsin, Oct. 7, Vis. U.S, arr. San 
Francisco Dec. 21, 1903. re-emb. San Francisco, Aug. 16, 1905. Arr. field 
Sept. 15, 1905. Left July 14, 1913. Arr. H. Oct. 27, 1913. re-emb. Sept, 

26, 1914. Arr. Home after 4th term Oct. 8, 1920. Sailed Oct. 22, 1921. 
Retired 1941. Died on July 24, 1956 at Glendale, Calif. See card. 

Annie Allender Gould, b. Bethel, Me. Nov. 18, 1867: prof, relig. Portland, 
June 1880: studied at Mt.Holyoke Coll.: emb, Vancouver, April 28, 1893: 
arr. Tientsin, Sept. 29, '93: Mss Gould was one of the three missionaries 



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who fell in the aaaaacre at Pao-ting-fu July 1st, 1900, during the Boxer 
Uprising. For full account see Nov. 1900 Herald & Annual Report for 1901, 

John Lowrie I-ateer, b, Adams Co., Pa. April 16, 1843: prof, relig. Hsnry, 
m. 1866 Presb. (Si. Vent to Shanghai in Aug. 1871 to take charge of the 
Presb. Mission Press and remained there until April 1876 v^en obliged to 
return to the U.S. on account of ill health. Ehb. under the Am. Bd. at 
Vancouver Aug. 27, 1894: Died at Peking April 23, 1900. (See July 1900 
Herald p. 272). 

Mrs. Mateer, (Kary La Rhue Sellers) b. St. Thomas, Franklin Co., Pa. Mar. 29, 
1845. prof, reli^, Presb. Ch., Fayetteville, Pa., 1854: studied at Fayette- 
ville Acad. & Chaabersburg Sen. labored for several years in China under 
the Presb. Wbmans Bd. : returned to Am. & engaged for 6 mos. in Rescue vrork 
for Chinese women in Gal.: for 3 & 5 yrs. had charge of the Nat. Science 
Dept. of Wilson Col, mar. at Beulah, Col. Aug. 14, 1894: emb. Vancouver 
Aug. 27, 1894: arr. Tientsin, Sept. 25. Vis. U.S. arrived San Francisco 
Dec. 14, 1900. 

Susan Fidelite Hinaan, dau. of Rev. Horace H. Hinman: b. Homer V/ills Co., 
m. Nov. 12, 1367: prof, relig. Wheaton, HI. 1879: studied at Wheaton 
and Oberlin Colle-^es, 1893 with P.B.K. honors, emb. Vancouver, Aug. 27, 
1894: arr. Tientsin, Sept. 25; returned to U.S. on account of ill health, 
arr. San Francisco Jan. 1, 1893: released Jan. 13, 1398. Died in Elyria, 
C»iio on April 24, 1952. Obit, notice June 9, 1952 issue of Advance, p. 27. 



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Frances Babes Patterson, b. Chicago, HI. Feb. 2, 1869; prof. reli?. Chicago, 
Warren Ave. 18865 studied in public schools, grad. Knox College, 1896; 
studied in Bible Inst. Chicago: emb. Vancouver Sept. 12, '98; Arr. Tientsin 
Oct. 7, Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. May 3, 1904* 

Mary Elizabeth Sheffield, dau. of Rev. D.Z. Sheffield, b. Tung-cho, Mo. China, 
July 18, 1875: prof, relig. Tung-cho 1887: studied at OberUn College & 
Chicago Froebel Assoc: emb. Vancouver, Aug. 29, '99. arr. Peking, Sept. 
lA, 1899: niar. Rer. Vfa. E. Stelle, Tung-cho, June 10, I9O3. (See page 141). 
Died on November 5, 1961 in Cambridge, Mass. See card. 

William P. Breneaan, and Mrs. Brenenan. were appt'd. Feb. 20, I90O, but owing 
to the Boxer uprising they were hindered from going to the field, and owing 
to Mrs. Breneman's ill health they were released Apr. 23, 1901, 

James Hamilton HcCann . b. Killinch Cg., Down, Ireland, July 11, 1366: 
united with Presb. Ch. Killinchy 1831 04 2, had no college training: was 
in China at the tisae of his appointment Nov. 13, 1901. vis. the U.S. in 
1907-8: re-erab. San Francisco, I-Iay 26, 1908: Began 2nd Term June 28, '08. 
L.F. Sept. 20, 1912. Sailed for field Feb. 28, 1914: Arr. F. A-^r. 18, 19U; 
L.F. Aug. 10, 1924. Arr. H. Nov. 13, 1924. Sailed July 2, 1925. Began 4th 
Term, Aug. 27, 1925. (5 children). Arr. home summer 1932. Retired Sept. 1, 
1933. Died in Glendale, Calif, on July 6, 1950. See card. 

Mrs. McCann (Netta Mary King) b. Vallejo, Lalanc Co., Cal. Sept. 24, 1872: 
united with Presb. Ch., Anderson, Cal. 1881: educated in Cal. Public schools 



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and Los Angeles State Normal: car. Saticoy,Cal. June 21, 1898, Appt'd. 
Nov. 13, 1901. yis. the U.S. 1907-8: re-emb. San Francisco, Aug. 11, 1908: 
Statistics same up to Third Term when Mrs. McC. left field Jul. 22, '1924. 
Arr'd home Au^. 20, 1924. Then the sane. Sailed July 28, 1925. Arr. 
borne Aug. 1, 1931. Retired Sept. 1, I933. 

Bertha Prichard Reed, b. Phelps, Ontario Co., N.y. April 16, 1869: united 
vdth Presb. Ch., Phelps, N.Y. April 1885 J studied at Cornell University: 
emb. San Francisco, Oct. 15, 1902: arr. Tientsin Nov. 26, 1902: Vis. U.S. 
arr. Boston, July 7, 1910: (Is not listed in Year Book after 1914)? 
Died in Claremont, Calif, on March 1, 1956. See card. 

Laura Nellie Jones, b. Lola, Allan Co., Kansas, xMarch 23, 1872: at the 
age of 14 united viith Christian Church (or New-lights), studied at Christian 
& Missionary Alliance Inst, at Nyack-on-the-Hudson : home Riverside, Cal: 
emb. San Francisco July 30, 1903: vis. U.S. arr. Seattle, July 16, 1910. 
Sailed for field Aug. 12, 1911. .Arr. F. Sept. 1911. L.F. Jul. 1919. 
Sailed for field Jul. 24, 1920. L.F. Jul. 27, 1928. Arr. H. Sept. 12, 
1928. 

Jessie E. Payne; b. Bloomingdale, Clay Co., So. Dak., Sept. 14, 1878: 
united with Cong'l. Ch. Vermilion, So. Dak. Mar. 31, 1895: studied at 
State Univ. of So. Dak.: emb. Boston, Sept. 5, 1904: Arr. F. Oct. 1, I904. 
L.F. Jun. 21, '11. Arr. H. July 27, 1911. Sailed Jul. 27, 1912. Second 
Term Sept. 21, 1912. L.F. Dec. 1918. Sailed for field Jul. 29, 1920. Arr. 
Home after TMrd Term, June 6, 1927. Sailed Aug. 17, 1928. Began fourth 
term Sept. 11, 1928. Retired 1943. \ 

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Mis3ionarie3 

Charles V/esley Price, b. Richland, Rush Co., Ind, Dec. 28th, 1847: 
prof, rellg. Richland, Dec. 1366: studied at Oberlin; grad. Oberlin 
Theol. Sem. 1389: ord. Oberlin 1839: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 10, 1889: 
arr, Tientsin Oct. 23, 1369: Vis. U.S. in 1896: re-emb. San Francisco, 
Sept. 2, 18973 arr, Tientsin, Oct. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Price vrere of the four 
who fell at Fen-cho-fu Aug. 15, 1900 in the massacre during the Boxer Up- 
rising - See Hov. 1900 Herald & An. Rep. for 1901. 

Mrs. Price {Era. Jane Keasey) b, Constantine, St. Joseph Co., Mich. Aug. 19, 
1855: prof. rell.^. Jan. 1874: studied at Oberlin: mar. Altoona, la. 
1873: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 10, 18B9: Vis, U.S. in 1896: re-emb. 
San Francisco Sept. 2, 1897: fell in the massacre at Fen-cho-fu Aug, 15, 
1900. 

Francis Ward Davis, b. Sparta, Monroe Co., V^is. Sept. 8, 1857: prof, relig. 

Princeton, Mass. 1835: grad. Oberlin Coll. 1889: ord. Oberlin, June 23, 

1889: emb. San Francisco Sept. 10, 1339: arr, Tientsin, Oct, 23, 1889: 

Vis. U.S. arr. Vancouver, May 19, 1897: re-emb. Vancouver, Oct. 9, 1899. 

Mr, Davis was one of the six who fell in the massacre at Tai-ku July 3l3t, 

1900 during the Boxer uprising. For full account see Nov. 1900 Herald &. I 

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Mrs. Davis, (l^dia C. Lord) b. Ravenna, Portage Co., 0,, Aug. 31, 1867: 

prof, relig. Ravenna, 1381: studied Ada, 0., mar. Au^. 14, 1889: emb, 

San Francisco, Sept. 10, 1889: arr. Tientsin, Oct. 23, 1389. Vis, U.S. 
arr. Vancouver, May 19, 1897: At the time of the massacre at Taiku, was 



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in the U.S. on furlough. Died in OberlinjOhio on November 30, 1952. 

Georsje Louis Vfilliams, b. Southington, Hartford Co., Conn,, Oct. 4, 1858. 
prof, relig. Baptist Ch., Southington, Conn. 1873: grad, Obsrlin Coll. 
1888: Oberlin Sen. 1891: ord. Oberlin May 21, 1891. emb. Vancouver, 
July 29, 1891: arr. Tientsin, Aug. 29, 1391: Mr. Williams was one of the 
six who fell in the massacre at Tai-ku during the Boxer uprising. See Nov. 
1900 Herald and Annual Report for 1901. 

Mrs. Vrilliams (Mary Alice ^bon) b. Reedsburg, Wayne Co., Ohio, May 22, 
I860: prof, relig. Trinity Lutheran Ch,, Ashland, Ohio, Feb. 1876: studied 
at Brethren College, Ashland & at Oberlin. mar. Ashland, 0, May 28, 1891: 
emb. Vancouver, July 29, 1891: arr. Tientsin, Aug. 29, 1891. Taiku 1392- 
1899. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, Dec. 2, 1899, At the time of the 
massacre Mrs, Williams was in the U.S. on furlough, re-emb, San Francisco 
Oct, 20, 1909: Arr, home Jan. 13, 1912, Died in Oberlin, Ohio, January 
12, 1952. See card. 

Ernest Richmond Atwater, b. Oberlin, 0., Aug. 20, 1365: prof, relig, 1881: 
grad. at Oberlin. Coll, 1887: theol. Sem, 1892: ord, Oberlin, May 4, 1892: 
emb, Vancouver, Aug. 7, 1892: arr. Pao-ting-fu Sept. 26, '92: Mr. Atwater 
and his wife were of the four who fell at Fen-cho-fu Aug. 15, 1900, during 
the Boxer uprising. For fuller account see Nov. 1900 Herald and Annual 
Report for 1901. 

Mrs. Atwater (Jennie Evelyn Pond) b. Oberlin, 0., Sept. 14, 1865. prof, 
relig, Berea, 0., 1874: grad. Oberlin Coll. 1388: mar, Oberlin June 27, 



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^ 1388: emb. Vancouver, Aug. 7, 1892: arr. Pao-tin^-fu Sept. 26, 1892. 
Died at Fen-Cho-fu Nov. 25, 1896. (See April '97 Herald pp U2). 

Mrs. Atwater (Elizabeth Grah?jn) a lady of EngUsh birth, who was engaged 
In missionary work in Tai-yueri/^revious to her marriage to Mr. Atwater in 
1898: appfd. June 7, 1398: fell in the massacre at Fen-cho-fu Aug. 15, 
1900. ^ 

Watts Orson Pre; b. '.vTieeling, Rice Co., Minn. Oct. 20, 1878: united 
with Cong. Ch. of Dean, Minn. 1837: grad.Carleton College 1903: studied 
in Presb. Sem. Austin, Texas, one year: grad. Oberlin Seia. 19O6: ord. 
Oberlin, 0., May 7, 1907: emb. San Francisco Sept. 24, 1907: Arr'd. home 
June 18, 1917; Sailed Sept. 5, 1918; Ar'd. home Nov. 6, 1924; sailed Oct. 
^ 3, 1925. D.D. Fairmont Col. 1921 & Carleton 1925. Died Jan. 9, I926 at 
Fenchow, China. 

Albert V/illiam Staub, b. Iltusville, Crawford Co., Pa., Sept. 28, 1880: 
united with 1st Presb. Church of Titusville in 1398: grad. Oberlin College 
1904, and Union Ihaol. Sem. 1907: ord. Oberlin, 0., March 2, 1903: emb - 
leaving Montreal July 11, 19O8: Released Jan'y. 24, 1911. Died at his home 
in Santa Barbara, Calif, on Jan. 5, 1953 from coronary thrombosis. (For 
many years Amer. Dir. of the Near East CoUege Asso., Inc. in N.Y.C.) 

^^' ^^^^^ . (-^^e Frederica Mcintosh) b. Salinesville, Jefferson Co., 0., 
October 17, 1333: united with Cong. Qnaha, Neb. Nov. 1907: studied 2 yrs. 
at Vassar College and 2 at Oberlin. Mar. Alda, Neb. June 9, 1903: emb - 
leaving Montreal July 11, I9O8. Released Jan'y. 24 IQll 



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Vynn Cowan Fairfield , b. Tabor, Fremont Co., Iowa, Oct. 27, 1836: united 
with 1st. Con3. Ch., Washington, D.C. Jan. 1397: grad. Oberlin College 
1907, and Oberlin Sera. 1910: ord. Oberlin May 3, 1910: emb. San Francisco 
June 28, 1910: (Au^.-Nov. 1912 was in U.S. because of Mrs. F's. health) 
Arr. home May 24, 1917: Sailed July 31, 1918; Arr. home Au^.(?) 1925; 
Sailed July 21, 1926: Arr. home Feb. 15, 1929. D.D. Oberlin 1926. 
Resigned & started work as Acting Sec'y. in Foreign Dept. Apr. 1, 1929. 
Died in Claremont, California on October 14, 1961. See card. 

Mrs. Fairfield (Daisie Pearl Gehman) (See page 167). Arr. home Sept. 25, 
•12; Sailed Feb. 8, 1913; Arr. home May 2k, 1917; July 31, 1918; left 
field July 3, 1925; Sailed July 21, 1926; Ajt. home Feb. 15, 1929. 

Missionary Physicians 

James Goldsbury, Jr. b. Davenport, Scott Co., Iowa, Oct. 19, I860: prof. 
relig Davenport, 1372: studied Rush Medical College & Minneapolis College 
Hospital: emb. San Francisco, Aug. 13, 1889: arr. Tientsin, Sept. 14, 
1889: Arr. Taiku Oct. 19: Died at Tai-ku, Shansi, March 23, 1893. (See 
Herald May 1S93, p. 174). 

Mrs. Goldsbury, (Mary Grace Fisher) b. Wamick, Franklin Co., I'Lass. Oct. 8, 
I860: prof, relig. V/arwick, March 1874: studied Boston Normal School, mar. 
Warnick, June 23, 1889: emb. San Francisco Aug. 13, 1889: arr. Tientsin, 
Sept, 14, 1889: arr. Tkiku Oct. 19: released Jan. 22, 1894. Died in a 
nursing home at Palatka, Florida May 27, 1954. (Heard of it in Dec. '54 
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yilllgL-n Lafoy Hall, b. Hopewell Springs, Moftroe Co., Tenn. Kay 2A, 1868: 
prof, relig. Soc. of Friends in 1878: grad. Maryville Coll. Tenn. St 
Friends Normal, Ilaiyville, Tenn., Atlanta Med. Coll., Ga., and Med. Dept. 
Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, Tenn. 1890: eab. Vancouver Aug. 27, 1894: 
arr. Tientsin, Sent. 25. Returned to U.S. arr. San Francisco, June 27, 
1899. Released Aug. 22, 1899. - 

Mrs. Hall (Lou Alberta V7ear) b. Morganton, London Co., Tsnn. Mar. 20, 
1868: prof, relig. Jbrganton, July 1884: mar. '^rganton. May 2, 1897: 
emb. Vancouver Aug. 27, 1894: arr. Tientsin, Sept. 25. Returned to U.S. 
arr. San Francisco June 27, 1399. Released Aug. 22, 1899. 

Willoughby- Anson Hemingway - b.Oak Park, Illinois, April 1, 1874: united 
with 1st Cong. Ch., Oak Park, 1386, grad. Oberlin College, 1898: grad. 
Rush Med. College 1901: Chicago Baptist Hosp. 1901-02; Chicago I^e & 
Ear Col. 1903. emb. San Francisco, Oct. 31, 1903: Arr'd. home July 3, 
1911; Sailed July 7, 1912; Arr'd. home Aug. 2, 1919; Sailed July 29, 
1920; Arr'd. hone Aor. 24, 1927; Sailed July 14, 1928. Died at Taiku, 
Nov. 8, 1932. 

Mrs . Herainerway (Mary V/illiams) dau. of Rev. Mark Williams: b. Kalgan, 
China, Aug. 3, 1375: united with llission Ch., Kalgan, 18S9. Studied one 
year at Western College, Oxford, 0. grad. Oberlin College 1899, also 
studied at Moody Bible Institute: Mar. Oxford, 0., Oct. 1, 1903: emb. 
San Francisco Oct. 31, 1903: 



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Percy Theodore '■."atson, M.D., b. Northfield, Kinn. July 7, 1830: united 

with 1st Con?. Ch., Northfield, 1393: ?rad. Carleton Col. 1903. studied 

medicine at John Hookins Med. och,: emb. San Francisco March 9, 1909. 
Died in Mami, Florida, April 22, 1963. 

Mrs. Vfatson (Clara Burleigh French) b. Minneapolis, Minn. July 22, 1381: 
tinited with Gon^'l. Church at 12 years of age: studied at Carleton College: 
mar. at MDnticello, MLnn. Jan. 1, 1909: emb. San Francisco, I-larch 9, 1909: 

Paul Leaton Corbin, see page 142. 

Mrs . Corbin . ( 1-fi.riam Hannah Locke) see page 142. 

Assistant Mssionaries 

Anna Maria Vetter, b. Oberlin, Ohio July 13, 1360: prof, relig. 1870, 

at Plain, 0.: studied at V/ashburn College, Topeka, Kan., and Oberlin 

College: emb. San Francisco, Aug. 30, 1888: arr. Tientsin, Oct. 7, 1388. 

in 1889 went to Japan: mar. Mr. Bassett, connected vdth the Y.H.C.A. at 

Osaka. 

Susan Rowena Bird, b. Sandoval, Marion Co., 111. July 31, 1865: prof. 
rellg. Woodburn,Ill. 1377: studied at Oberlin College: emb. San Francisco 
Sept. 4, 1890: arr. Tientsin Oct. 1890; Taiku Nov. 6: Vis. U.S. in 1897: 
re-emb. Vancouver, Sept. 12, 1893. Miss Bird was one of the six 'vho fell at 
Taiku July 31st, 1900 in the massacre during the Boxer uprising. See Herald 
Nov. 1900, & An. Report 1901. 

Tinnie De Etta Hewett, b. Berlin, St. Clair Co., Mich. Nov. 1st, 1863: 

prof, relig. Lake City, Sept. 1382: studied in Oberlin College and 

Seminary: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 4, 1890: arr. Tientsin Oct, 1890; 

Taiku Nov. 6: Mar. Rev. James B. Thompson, Tientsin, Oct. 25, 1892. See 
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Kary Louise P?.rtriH.^e . b. Stockholm, St. Lavo-ence Co., N.Y. Mar. 27, 
1865: prof. reli,-. in 1877: studied at Mt. Holyoke Sem., Burr & Burton 
Sem., Rollins, Col. & Ob-rlin Col. : erab. Vancouver, Aug. 23, 1893; arr. 
Tai-ku, Oct. 19, '93. Miss Partridge was one of the six who fell at Tai-ku 
July 31st, 1900 in the massacree during the Boxer Uprising. For full 
accounts see Nov. 1900 Herald and Annual Report for 1901. 

Flora Krauss Hubner, b. Vrbrcester, >bntgomer7 Co., Pa., Dec. 26, 1874: 
united with the Schv.-enckf elder Church, Norristown, Pa., 1393: studied 
Pa. State Normal School and Oberlin College: emb. Boston, Aug. 30, 1904: 
vis. U.S.' arr. Norristown, Pa., June 4, 1910. Retired 1942. Passed away 
December 21, 1947 at Norristown, Pa. Services at Worcester, Pa. (her 
birthplace). 

Daisie Pearl gehnan. b. Norristown, Montgomery Co., Pa. June 30, 1883: 
united v.lth Evangelical Association, Nov. 18, 1895: grad. Perkioma Sem. 
Pennsburg, Pa., -03, Oberlin College 1907: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 24, 
1907: mar. Rev. Wynn C. Fairfield at Karvizawa, Japan July 19, 1910. (See 
page 164). 

Gertrude Chaney, b. Northfield, Minn. July 31, 1383: united with Cong. Ch., 
•Northfield, 1894. studied at Carleton and Oberlin College, engaged in kinder- 
garten wrk. emb. San Francisco, Oct. 20, 1909: Married Watts 0. Pye. Died at 
Braeburn Nursing Home, Waban, Mass. October 8, 1966. 

Grace Elizabeth McConnau.^hey;. b. Washington, Iowa, Oct. 1, 1882. united with 
Cong'l. Ch. Benzonia, Mich. 1900: grad. Benzonia and Oberlin CoUege; emb. 
Seattle, Sept. 19, 1910: Arr. home June 1, 1916; Sailed Aug. 2, 1917: 



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Arr. home (health reasons) Oct. 20, 1920; Sailed Jan. 31, 1923: 
Arr. home July 27, 1925; vd.thdrew for family reasons; Sailed Sept. 
4, 1926. f^xr. home Dec. 16, 1923. Began duties as Ass't. Sec'7., 
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George Miller Rowland , b. Korristown, St. Lawrence Co., N.Y. Dec. 11, 1859: 
prof. reli?. New Haven, 1877: grad. Middlebury Coll. 1883; Hartford Theol. 
Sem. 1836: ord. Middlebury, Vt., June 25, 1836: emb. San, Francisco, Sept. 
30, 1386: arr. Yokohana, Oct. 20, 1886: vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco I-av 
27, 1895:. re-emb, arr. Kobe, Oct. 28, '96: Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, Aug. 20, 
1903. D.D. 1904 Middlebury. re-erab. San Francisco, Sept. 20, 1904. Arr. 
home July 6, 1911; sailed July 26, 1912; Arr. Mar. 7, 1919; Sailed Dec. 
10, 1919; Arr. home Nov. 28, 1924; Sailed Oct. 18, 1925, Arr. home July 
24, 1930. Retired Sept. 23, 1930. Died March 13, 1941, at Newton, Mass. 

Mrs. Rowland (Helen ^jrnette Goodrich) b. Middlebury, Vt. June 4, 1863: 
prof, relig. Sept. 1881: studied Middlebury Coll.: mar. June 30, 1886: 
emb. San Francisco, Sept. 30, 1886. Arr. Yokohama Oct. 20: vis. U.S. 
arr. San Francisco, May 27, 1895: re-embjKobe, Oct. 28, '96. Vis. U.S. 
arr. Boston, Aug. 20, 1903: re-emb. San Francisco, Sept. 20, 1904: Arr. 
home July 6, 1911; sailed July 26, 1912; arr. home Mar. 7, 1919; Sailed 
Apr.l7, 1920; Arr. home Nov. 28, 1924; sailed Oct. 13, 1925; Arr. home 
July 24, 1930. Died on Nov. 4, 1961 at Weston, Mass. See card. 

F..ank Newhall ^.Yhite, b. Lyons, Iowa, Oct. 25, 1858: prof, relig. Ripon, 
Wis. Mar. 1872. Grad. Ripon Coll. 1878: Andover Theol. Sem. 1881:. ord. 
Hancock, Mch. Dec. 17, '81. settled for three years at Hancock, M-ich.: ecb. 
San Francisco, Oct. 19, 1836: arr. Yokehama, Nov. 6 at Sendai: released 
May 28, 1894. Died Jan. 13, 1926 at Parkersburg, U. Virginia. 



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Mrs. V/hite (Jennie Allen) b. Sparta, VJis., Nov. IS, 1857: prof, relig. 
Sparta, V/is. 1370: studied two years at Ripon Coll.: mar. Sent. 27, 
1881: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 19, 1836: Arr. Yokohama, Nov. 6, 1936 at 
Sendai: released Jlay 28, 1894: re-appt'd, 

Arthur Willis Stanford, b. Lowell, Mass. Jan. 10, 1859: prof, relig. 
Lowell, May 7, 1876: studied at Dartmouth, grad. Amherst Coll, 1882; 
Yale Theol. Seat, »85; ord, Lowell, Sept. 14,(?), '86. emb. Oct. 19, 
1886; San Francisco; arr. Yokohama, Nov. 6. 7is. the U.S. arr. N.Y. Oct. 
7, 1896: re-«ab. San Francisco, Sept. 21, 1897: arr. Yokohama Oct. 21, 
'97: Returned t.o U.S. on account of ill hesilth. arr. Vancouver July 15, 
1903. On account of ill health remained four years in the U.S. re-emb. 
San Francisco, Aug, 8, 1907. Ar'd. home Aug. 12, I92O. Died July 8, 1921 
at Aubumdale, Mass. 

Mrs, Stanford, (Jane H. Pearson) b, Lowell, Mass. Jan. 14, 1856. prof, 

relig, Lowell, Jan. 12)., 1372: studied Abbot Acad. Andover, Mar. Lov/ell i 

Sept. 1, 1886: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 19, '86: arr. Yokohama Nov. 6, 1 

•86. Vis, U.S. arr. N.Y. July 14, 1896: re-emb, San Francisco, Sept. 21, I 

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1897. Arr. Yokohama, Oct. 21, '97: returned to U.S. arr. Vancouver July \ 

15, 1903: re-emb. San Francisco, Aug. 8, 1907: Arr. home Aug. 12, 1920: 1 

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Died Los Angeles, Calif. June 17, 1941. | 

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Cleveland, 0., 1386: ord. Oberlin June 3, 1337: emb. San Francisco, ■ 



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Sept. 10, '87: arr. Japan, Oct. 17, '87: Vis. U.S. in 1896. re-emb. San 
Francisco, Sept. 2, 1897: arr. Kobe, Oct. 13; vis. U.S. arr. Oberlin 
July 29; arr'd. field Sept. 1905: Arr'd. hone Apr. 10, 1914: sailed 
Aug. 21, 1915: Arr'd. home Hay U, 1923. Sailed June 3, 1924. Retired - 
from the active service in 1924. Died Feb. 4, 1933 at Claremont, Cal, 

Mrs. Clark (Harriet Mitchell Gulick) dau. of Dr. Luther H. Qulick, 
formerly missionary of the Board in Micronesia, Sand. Is., Spain, and 
Italy, and agent of the Am. Bible Soc. in Japan and China: b. Ponape, 
Micronesia Sept. 21, 1856: prof, relig. Honolulu, 1866: studied high Sch. 
Newtonville, I^lass., Mt.Holyoke Sem. 1 yr. , Hopkins Acad. Oakland, Cal, 1 yr. 
Theol. Sen. Oberlin, 1 yr, and Woman's Ked. Coll, 1 yr. N.Y. City; mar. 
Oberlin, June 22, 1887: emb. San Francisco Sept. 10, '87: arr. Japan Oct. 
17, '87. Vis. U.S. in 1896: re-emb. San Francisco, Sept. 2, 1897. Arr. 
Kobe, Oct. 13. Came to the U.S. in Oct. 1901. Re-emb. San Francisco, Jan. 
30, 1908. Arr'd. home April 10, 1914: Sailed Aug. 21, 1915: Arr'd. home 
1919. Sailed 1919. Died in Shanghai, China on Oct. 22, 1922. Missy. 
Herald, 1922, pg. 480. 

Boratio Bannister Nev/ell, b. East Orrington, Penobscot Co., Me. Aug. 27, 
1861, prof, relig. Eastharapton, Mass. 1378: grad. Amherst, College 1833, 
and Chicago Theol, Sem. 1837: ord. Greenfield, Mass. Aug. 25, 1837: emb. 
San Francisco, Sept. 10, '87. arr. Yokohama, Sept. 26, '87: vis the U.S. 
arr. 5;an Francisco, May 12, 1896: re-emb. Vancouver, Sept. 13, 1897. arr. 
Nugata, Oct. 4, '97. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco June 14, 19C7. Re-emb. 
San Francisco, Sept. 25, 1903. Arr. home Sept. 28, 1913; Sailed August 



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25, 1915: Arr. home May 20, 1922: Sailed Sept. 4, 1923: Arr. home 
June (?) 1930. D.D. 1908. D.D. Amherst 1923 (June 20). (V/aa in U.S. on 
Iv. of absence fterch to Oct. 1911). Retired July 1931. Died Clareraont, 
Calif. Aug. lU, '43. 

Mrs. Newell, (Jennie Cozad) See p, 135. mar. Tokyo, July 3, 1389: Vis, 
the U.S. arr. San Francisco, May 12, 1896: re-erab. Vancouver, Sept. 13, 
1897. Arr. Nugata Sept. 4, '97: Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, Aug. 2, 
1906: Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, June 14, 1907. Arr. field 1909; 
Arr. home Sept. 23, 1913; Sailed Aug. 25, 1915; Arr. home Feb. 13, 1922; 
Sailed Sept. 4, 1923; Arr. home 1930(7). Retired July 1, 1931. Died 
in Calif. Oct. 16, 1944 (San Diego). 

f Sidney Le^vis Gulick , son of Rev. L.H. Gulick, D.D. formerly missy, of 

the Board, & at present agent of the Am. Bib. Soc. in China: b. on 
" Eton, Micronesia, April 10, 1860: prof, relig. Oakland, Gal. 1876. grad. 
Dartmouth Coll. 1883: Union Theol. Sem. 1386: ord. N.Y. Nov. 1886: erab. 
M.Y. Sept. 15, 1887: arr. Kumamoto, Jan^ 4, '8S: Vis. U.S. in 1396: re- 
emb. San Francisco Sept. 2, 1897. Arr. Kobe, Oct. 24, '97: vis. U.S. 
arr. San Francisco, Sept. 12, 1904. re-erab. N.Y. May 27, 1905, returning 
via Germany: Ca-ne to U.S. in 1913 and since then has been working for the 
Japanese as a secretary of the Federal Council of Churches. (1914-1934). 
After retirement lived in Honolulu. Died in Boise, Idaho, December 20, 1945, 
Reported in N.Y. Times for Dec. 24, 1945. 



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Mrs. Gullck (Cara V^y Fisher) b. Detroit, Mich. April 24, I86I: prof. 
relig. 1880: studied common schools; grad. fr. Conn, Tr.Sch. for Nurses, 
Jan. 1886: mar. New London, Ct., Sept. 14, 1837. Snb. N.Y. Sept. 15, 
1887: arr. Kumanoto, Jan. 4, '88: vis. the U.S. arr. San Francisco, 
toy 12, 1896: re-emb. San Francisco, Sept. 2, 1897: arr. Kobe, Oct. 24, 
'97: vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco Sept. 12, 1904. re-emb. N.T. Kaj 27, 
1905. Arr. home July IS, 1913. Died in Konolu, T.H., June 19, 1941. 

George gu^ene Albrecht . Transferred from Northern Japan Mission, April 26, 
1889. (See page 194) Transferred to No. Japan, July 2, 1889. Returned 
to this mission: Vis. the U.S. in 1396: re-emb. San Francisco, Oct., 21, 
1897: arr. Yokohama, Nov. 8, '97: Vis. U.S. arr. Sept. 1903: released 
Dec. 6, 1904. Died Minneapolis, Minn. Oct. 24, 1906. 

tfrs. Albrecht, (Lenora Juliet Barr) Transferred from Northern Japan mission 
April 26, 1889. (See page 194) Transferred to No. Japan July 2, 1389. Re- 
turned to this mission. Vis. U.S. in 1896: re-emb. San Francisco Oct. 21, 
1897: arr. Yokohama Nov. 8, '97: Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, Sept. 3, 1901. 
Died Dec, 5, '26, Long Beach, Calif. 

Hilton Pedley, b. Newfoundland, St. John's City, June 15, 1862: prof. 
relig. Cobourg, Ont., 1883-4: grad. IfcGill Univ., Montreal, 1838: Cong'l 
Coll. B.N. A. ^bntreal, 1839: ord. Cobourg, Ont. July 3rd, 1889: emb. 
Vancouver Sept. 6, 1889: arr. Kobe, Sept. 27, 1889: vis. U.S. arr. Montreal 
July 13, 1897. re-emb Vancouver, Dec. 5, 1898. arr. Niigata, Dec. 19,1398, 
Vis, U.S. arr. V/oodstock, Ont., June 23, 1907: re-emb. San Francisco Sept. 
8, I9O8. Ar'd. home May 6, I9I6; Sailed July 13, 1917; Ar'd. home March 



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8, 1923: Sailed Jan. 24, 1924; Ar'd. home March 24, 1950. D.D. Cong'l. 
Iheol. Col., Montreal Feb. 8, 1917. Died March 25, 1930 at Claremont, 

California. 

Mrs. Pedley, (Elisabeth Anne Staples) b. Baltimore, Ont., Can'., Maj 29, 
1862: prof, relig. 1382: studied Collegiate Inst., Cobourg, Ont.; mar. 
Grafton, Ont., July 9, 1889: erab. Vancouver, Sept. 6, 1839: arr. Kobe 
Sept. 27, 1839: Died at Nilgata, May 17, 1890. 

Mrs. Pedley (Martha Johnson Clark) See Page 184. mar. Kobe, Nov, 21, 1892. 
Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, May 12, 1896. re-emb. Vancouver Dec. 5, '93: 
arr. Nugata Dec. 19, 1398. Vis. U.S. arr. //oodstock, Ont., June 23, 1907. 
re-emb Sept. 8, 1908 from San Francisco; Arr. home May 6, 1916; Sailed 
Sept. 22, 1917;, Arr. home March 8, 1923; Sailed Jan. 24, 1924: Arr. 
home Mar. 24, 1930; sailed Mar. 30, 1931; Arr. home July 1934. Retired to 
Honor Roll Apr. 1, 1934. Died following stroke on Feb. 4, 1950 at Morrison 
Nursing Home, '//est Newton, Mass. 

William Leavitt Curtis , b. Brodhead, Greene Co., Vas., Aug. 15, 1363: prof. 
relig. Lisbon, 111., 1371-2; studied in Doane Coll. Prep. Dept. & grad. 
Doane Coll. 1386: grad. Oberlin Theol. Sera. 1889: ord. Oberlin, June 23, 
1889: his father Rev. A.W. Curtis, was for 15 years in the employ of the 
Home Miss. Soc, in Wis. HI. & Neb., and of the A.M. A. in the south since 
1880. Mr. Curtis emb. San Francisco, Oct. 1, 1890; arr. Tokohoma, Oct. 19, 
•90: Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco June 5, 1900. Re-emb. San Francisco Apr. 
15, 1902. Vis. U.S. arr. Seattle, June 11, 1908: re-emb. San Francisco,, 
Sept. 4, 1910. Arr'd. home Apr. 1917; sailed Aug. 2, 1919; arr'd. home 



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May 30, 1926: Sailed Jan. 13, 1927. D.D. Doane 1926. Died 15th August 
in Peiping, China. See Missionary Herald Oct. 1929. 

Mrs. Curtis (Gertrude Benedict) b. Clinton, Rock Co., Vds., July 4,1861: 
prof, relig, Clinton, 1873: studied at Beloit High School: mar. Clinton, 
Wis., July 9, 1890: erab. San Francisco, Oct.l, 1890: arr. Yokohama Oct.- 
19, 1390: Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, June 5,1900: re-emb. San Francisco 
Apr. 15, 1902: vis. U.S. arr. Seattle, June 11, 1908: re-emb. San Francisco 
Sept. 4, 1910: Died April 26, 1912 at Ibkyo. See Miss. Herald June 1912, 
page 267. 

Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. V7illiani L. (Grace V/. Learned) From 1900-15 was associated 
with the mission. Apt'd. conditionally^ Nov. 30, 1915; confirmed June 27, 
1916. B. July 10, 1867, Kyoto, Japan. Studied at Williams Mem. Inst., 
New London, Ct., ^!t.Holyoke A.B. 1399; Married June 14, 1916, vJillian L. 
Curtis. Arr. home Seot. 12, 1916; Sailed Aug. 2, 1919. Arr. field Aug. 
19, 1919; Retired iMay 1, 1930. 

Claude Milton Severance , b, V/est Salisbury, Addison Co., Vt., Nov, 3, 1861: 
prof, relig. Orwell, Vt., 1372: studied at Bremen Acad. New Haven, Vt., 
Grad. Mddlebury Coll. 1883: Yale Sera. 1890: ord. Newton, Mass. Sept. 11, 
1890: erab. San Francisco, Oct. 1, 1890: arr. Yokohama, Oct. 19, 1390: 
vis. U.S. arr. Vancouver, Sept. 3, '95: released Jan. 14, 1896. 1908 
connected with San Domingo Mining Co., N.Y. City. 



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■ Mrs. Severance (PJjr.ona Gill) See p. 184. Mar. Kobe, July 12, 1392. 
Vis. U.S. arr. Vancouver Sept. 3, 1895J released Jan. 14, 1896. 
Died Cleveland, 0., Nov. 7, 1898. 

Schuyler. Sairopson V/hite, b. Pl3nnouth, Plymouth Co., Mass. Apr. 17, 1861: 
prof, relig, Nev Market, N.H. 1874: studied at Phillips Acad. Exeter; 
gi^d. Harvard Coll. 1334; Yale Sera, 1890: ord. Ne-wton, Mass. Sept. 11, 
'90: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 1, 1890: arr. Yokohama, Oct. 19, '90: 
vis. U.S. arr, Omaha, Neb. Kay 26, 1893. re-emb. San Francisco Oct. 10, 
1900: arr. Yokohama Oct. 28. Arr. home Aug. 11, 1910; Sailed Sept. 
16, 1911; Arr. home July 23, 1919. V/ithdrew in 1919 for health reasons 
in Pasadena, Calif. Died Feb. 20, 1939. 

tfrs. White (Ida McLennan) See p. 187. Mar. Okayama, June 1892: Vis. 
U.S. arr. Omaha, Neb. May 26, 1893. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco July 
22, 1907. Sailed Feb. 1, 1913; Ret. to U.S. for health reasons, arr'd. 
S.F. Oct. 22, 1913. V/ithdrew 1919. See card. Passed away in Pasadena, 
Calif., August 23, 1951. 

William Horace Noyes, son of Rev. J.T. Noyes of the Madura Mission, b. 
Madura, March 5, 1362: prof, relig. New Haven, Ct., 1376: grad. at 
Amherst College, 1334: studied one year at Union Sem. and grad. at 
Andover 1887: ord. Berkeley Temple,. Oct, 22, 1888. Mr. and Mrs. Noyes 
were sent to Japan by the "Berkeley Temple Mission" in 1888, They were 
appointed missionaries of the Board in Oct. 1894. Returned to U.S. arr. 
May 1897. Released April 21, 1897. Died July 8, 1928, Albany, N.Y. See 
Herald, March 1929, p. 126. 



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Mrs. Noyea (Inez Curl) b. Salem, y^rion Co., Oregon, June 12, 1865: 
prof, relig. Baptist Ch. Salem, Ore., Sept. 1875: studied at V/ellesley 
College: mar. V/elleslev, Oct. 3, 1887: returned to U.S. arr. N.Y, May 
1897: released April 21, 1897. 

Samuel Colcord Bartlett, Jr. , son of Pres. S.C. Bartlett of Dartmouth 
College, b. Chicago, ELI., Sept. 21, 1865: prof, relig. (Hencoe, 111., 
Jan. 1, 1882: grad. Dartinouth Coll. 1387: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 10, 
•87: arr. Yokohama Sept. 26, '37. Vis. U.S. arr. Portland, Me., Aug. 30, 
1890: grad. Andover Sem. 189^1.: Ord. at Andover June 11, 1894: Re-emb. 
Vancouver Aug. 27, 1894: Arr. Kobe, Sept. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco 
April 6, 1904. Sailed Sept. 1905: Ar'd. home Nov. 4, 1912: Resigned 
in Jan, 1913 - in mission S.S. work in Brookline & pastor at Colerain, Mass. 
and Peace Dale, R.I. Re-ap. Sept. 27, 1921; Sailed March 23, 1922; D.D. 
Dartinouth 1927; Ar'd. home June 12, 1929: Sailed Sept. 4, 1930. Retired 
Sept. 1, 1935; Ar'd. home Dec. '35. Died February 1, 1937 at Norwich, 7t. 

Mrs. Bartlett (Fannie Slater Gordon) daughter of Rev. M.L. Gordon, D.D. 
of this mission: b. Osaka, Japan, Aug. 26, 1874: prof, relig. Kyoto, 
Japan: studied at Bradford and Abbot Academies: mar. Andover, July 11 
1894: emb. July 1894. Vis. U.S. arr. Spix Francisco, Apr. 6, 1904. Sailed 
Sept. 1905. Ar'd. home Nov. 4, 1912. Resigned Jan. 21, 1913. Re-apt' d. 
Sept. 27, 1921; Sailed .^far. 23, 1922: Ar'd. home June 12, 1929; Sailed 
Sept. 4, 1930. Retired Sept. 1, 1935: Ar'd. home Dec. '35. 



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Henry Janes Bennett, son of Henry S. Bennett b, Nashville, Tenn. June 
13, 1875: prof. rela». Fisk Univ. Ch., Nashville, where his father was 
pastor, Feb. 1886: studied in the Prep. Dept. of Fisk Univ. and Phillips 
Acad. Andover: grad. Harvard College, 1393, and Andover Theol. Sem. 1901: 
ord. Andover Sen. Church June 3, 1901. emb. San Francisco, Oct. 23, 1901. 
Vis. U.S. in summer of '05. Vis. U.S. arr. Seattle July 23, 1909; re-emb, 
Seattle Aug. 30, 1910. Died at his home in West Chester, Pa., on May 17, 
1956. See his card. 

Mrs. Bennett (Annie Woodruff Jones) b, Philadelphia, Pa. Nov. 2, 1376; 
United with 1st Presb. Ch. Germantown, Pa., studied in Friend's Prep. 
Sch., Germantown __ Bap. Christian 'iorkers Tr. Schl., Phdla.,; missy under 
Presb. Bd, Ij yrs. in Japan: Mar. Germantoivn, Pa., July 31, 1905: enb, 
1905: Vis. U.S. arr. Seattle, July 23, 1909: re-enb. Seattle Aug. 30, 
1910. 

Ifcrton Dexter Dunning, son of Rev. A.E. Dunning, S.D., b. Roxbury, Mass. 
Dec. H, 1872: united with Cong'l. Ch. Jamaica Plain 1887: studied at 
Roxbury Latin School: grad. Ajnherst College 1896, Hartford Theol. Sem. 
1899: ord. Forest Grove, Oregon, 1899: pastor at Forest Grove, Ore. 
for a little over two years: emb. Boston, Feb. 12, 1902: arr. Kobe 
June 11, 1902: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Kay 8, 1908: re-emb. Boston, June 
29, 1908: Arr. home Jan. 23, 1916; Sailed Kar. 15, 1917; Arr. home 
Sept. 18, 1919. (V^as in U.S. July 19 - Aug. 30, 1917) Resigned Dec. 
17, 1918. Died, Hartford, Connecticut, April 1, 1963. 



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Mrs- Dunning (!-ary Kingsbury Ward) b. Newton Centre, Middlesex Co., 
Mass. May 9, 1375: united with Nevrton Centre Con-^'l. Ch. Nov. 1887: 
studied at S-nith College: mar. July 26, 1399, at Newton Centre, Mass.: 
emb. San Francisco Nov. 25, 1902: arr. Kobe, Dec. 16. Vis. U.S. arr. 
N.Y. May 8, 1903: See above. Resigned Dec. 17, 1913. Died August 
29, 1963. . • 

Enocb Frye Bell, b. North Hadley, Hampshire Co., Mass., May 26, 1874: 
united with 2nd Con^. Ch., Exeter, N.H. Oct. 1902: studied at Phillips 
Exeter Acadeiny: grad. Yale College 1898, Auburn Bieol. Sem. 1902: ord. 
No. Leominster, >:as3. May 23, 1902: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 30, 1902: 
arr. Yokoha-na, Nov. 17: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. May 9, 1905: released Oct. 
23, 1906. Aopt'd. Asst. Sec. of the American Board Oct. 23, 1906. 
Died June 10, 1945. 

Mrs. Bell (Anna Elizabeth Bovnasn: b. New Haven, Conn. Sept. 24, 1873: 
united with Trinity M.i:. Church, New Haven, 1336: studied in public 
schools: mar. New Haven, Sept. 11, 1901: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 30, 
1902: arr. Yokohama Nov. 17: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. May 9, 1905: re- 
leased, Oct. 23, 1906. Died in Burlington, Vt. (home of her son) on 
June 15, 1955. Memorial service at Leominster, Mass. on June 18. Obit, 
notice in July 27, 1955 issue of Advance, ibage 27. 

Charles Bumell Olds, b. Clinton, Rock Co., Wis. Mar. 13, 1872: united 
with Cong. Ch. Clinton, Wis. 1884: grad. Beloit College, 1896, and 
Hartford Theol. Sem. 1899: ord. Buffalo Center, Iowa, Dec. 5, 1901: 



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emb, San Francisco, l^y 16, 1?03; arr. Yokoh?jna June 3» 1903. Retired 
1939, Dr. Olds married Mrs. Charles v;. Young (Olivia Doyle) on Mar. 
9, 1942. Mrs. Young-Olds passed away in Claremont, Calif, on Mar. 20, 
1948. He married Mary Ethel Holmes 2-iarch 10, 1949; she died in Clare- 
mont, California on November 11, 1952. See card, 

Mrs. Olds (Genevieve W. Davis) dau. of Rev. Jerome D. Davis of this 
mission: b. Kobe, Japan April 30, 1374. united vd.th 1st. Cong. Church, 
Oberlin, Ohio 188?: studied at Oberlin College and Conservatory of Music: 
mar, Elgin, HI., April 3, 1902: emb. San Francisco May 16, 1903: arr. 
Yokohama, June 3, 1903. Died 1939. 

Frank A. Lombard, b. Sutton, Mass. Nov. 21, 1872: united vdth Congrega- 
tional Church of Sutton in 1891: grad. Amherst College 1896 and Hartford 
Theol. Sem. 1899: for some years connected with the Japan miss, as a 
teacher: appt'd. Jan. 6, 1903: vis. U.S. arr. Vancouver, June 24, 1903: 
re-emb. Vancouver, Aug. 15, 1904: vis. U.S. arr. Boston, June 29, 1910. 
Sailed Aug. 23, 1911; Arr. home July 23, 1918; Sailed Sept. 2, 1919; 
Arr, home Sent. 13, 1926. Resigned 1927. On Mar. 27, 1932 Doshisha 
Trustees conferred on him an Honorary Professorship in view of distinguish- 
ed service to the Doshisha. Died at Buswell Park Nursing Home, Newton 
Mass. on May 24, 1953. See card, 

Mrs. Lombard (Alice G. Ward) B. Newton Centre, Mass., Oct, 23, 1873, 
Member First Cong. Ch., Newton Centre, Mass. Grad. Newton H.S., Boston 
Normal School of (^onnastics. Married Rev. Frank A. Lombard June 21, 1911 
at Newton Centre, Mass. Apt'd. Dec. 20, 1910; Sailed Aug. 23, 1911; 



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Arr. home July 23, 1913; Sailed Seot. 2, 1919; Arr. honve Sept. 13, 
1926. Resigned 1927. 

rh..Tes ::cLean Warren, b. Coluinbia, So. Car. Jan. 12, 1B76 (his father 
at the time an A.i-l.A. teacher) home Collinsville , Conn.: united with 
Con:^.l. Church, Collinsville 1338: grad. Yale Univ. 1398: studied 
2 yra in Yale Div. School: went to Japan and taught in the Doshisha: 
returned to the U.S. in 1903: ord. Collinsville. Ct. June 12, 1903. 
re-emb. San Francisco Aug. 8, 1903: arr. Yokohama Aug. 25: vis. U.S. 
arr. N.Y. Mar. 19, 1911. See card. Passed away in Glareniont, California 
on Nov. 24, 1951. 

Mrs. VJarren (Cora Frances Keith) See nage 192. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 
Mar. 19, 1911. See card. Died Sept. 9, 1954. Claremont, Calif. 

TT^w^rd Scribner Cobb, son of Rev. V,^. H. Cobb, b. Medfield, Norfolk Co., 
Mass. Aug. 24, 1878: united with 1st Gong. Ch., Newton Centre, May 1894: 
grad. Amherst Col. 1900, Union Theol. Se.. 1903: ord. Fall River, I-^ss. 
Sept. 29, 1904: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 25, 1904: See card for further 
details. Died in Claremont, Calif, on October 30, I960. 

Mrs. Cobb( Florence Brooks) b. New York City, March 12, 1879: united with 
Central Presb'n. Church, Ne'v York, 1894: studied at Smith College: mar. 
New York, Sept. 27, 1904: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 25, 1904: Died on 
Jxily 6, 1962 in Claremont, California. See card. 



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Dana Irvin'- Grover b. South Milwaukee, V/is. I-Iarch 7, 1877: united vdth 
Ist. Cong. Ch., South Milwaukee 1894: grad. Univ. of V/isconsin, 1902; 
teacher in the Doshisha until 1907 when he returned to the U.S., apnt'd. 
as missionary and re-emb. San Francisco, Aug. 11, 1903. Arr. home June 
22/15; sailed Sept. 22, 1917; arr. home Jan. 27, 1923. 

Mrs. Grover (Charlotte Eleanor tVhite) b. Beatrice, Nebr. Nov. 1, 1832: 
united with^Christ Presb. Church, Beatrice, 1894: grad. Univ. of V/isconsin: 

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1 home June 22, 1915; Sailed Sept. 22, 1917: Arr. home Jan. 27, 1923. 

Assistant Missionaries 

Melinda Ann Judson Richards , b. Antwerp, N.Y. 1842: prof, relig. about 
1856: educated in public schools and academy: emb. San Francisco Dec. 29, 
1885: arr. Kobe, Jan. 24, 1386: arr. Yokohama Nov. 6, '36. Released 
Aug. 19, 1890. Returned to U.S. arr. N.Y. Feb. 23, 1891. Died April 
16, 1930, at Boston, Mass. 

Edmund Buckley, b. Birmingham, Eng. March 30, 1855: prof, relig. Birming- 
ham 1872: grad. Michigan Univ. 1384: studied University of Berlin: enb. 
San Francisco, Oct. 19, 1886: arr. Yokohama Nov. 6, 1S86 at Kyoto. 
Released Sept. 13, 1892. 

Mrs. Buckley (Sara Craig) M.D., b. Churchville, N.Y. 1858: prof, relig. 
Church-'/ille, N.Y. 1867: studied Geneseo State Normal Sch. and Univ. of Mich. 
(Med, Dept.), also in Europe: Mar. July 15, 1885: emb. San Francisco Oct, 
19, 1886: arr. Yokohama, Nov. 6, 1886 at Kioto. Released Sept. 13, 1892. 
Practiced medicine in Chicago. Died in Le Roy, N.Y. Nov. 24, 1942, 



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Marcia Fessenden Bliss , b. '-/aldobore. Me., Mar. 8, 1853: prof, relig. 
Banger, Hay 1B77: grad. Bangor High School 1S78: erab. Oct. 19, 18S6 
firora San Francisco: returned to U.S. arr. June 20, 1887: released Aug. 
9, 1S37. 18S8 Bangor, Me. mar. Mr. Chas. A. Ufford of Boston, June 20, 
1889. Died March 10, 1941 at V/ollaston, Mass. 

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Mary Ellen Vlainwri^ht, b. Dundee, Kane Co., HI. Mar. 2, 1862. prof, 
relig. Dartford, VJis. 1875 1 studied at Ripon College >.'is., and Tabor i 

Conservatory of Music. Tabor, la.,: emb. San Francisco, May 19, 1337: 
arr. Kyoto June '87: Vis. U.S. in 1896: re-emb. San FraJicisco, Sept. 2, 
1897: arr. Kobe Sept. 20, '97. Vis. U.S. arr. Seattle, March - 1906. re- 
emb. Seattle, Sept. 10, 1907. (V/as in U.S. 1900-01 on Iv. of absence. 
Died in Kobe, Jaoan, July 1, 1918, 

Mary Louise Graves, b. Hatfield, Franklin Co., Mass., Feb. 18, 1357: 

prof, relig. Springfield, Mass. 1876: studied at Tilden Sem. V/. Lebanon, 

N.H. and in Europe, emb. San Francisco, Jxine 27, '87: arr. Yokohama 

July 17, '87. I 

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Mrs. Eliza Ganfield Kendall, b. Angels, I-fonroe Co., V/is., June 17, 1859: 

prof, relig. Sparta, V.'is. Oct. 1877: studied in Sparta pub. schools and 

Vassar Coll.: mar. April 5, 1382, Herbert Kendall, M.D. who died : ! 

emb. San Francisco, June 27, 1387: arr. lokohana, July 17, '87. mar, \ 

Rev. Doremus Scudder, M.D. at Niigata, June 1, 1888. See page 97, Vol. I. 

Died in Honolu, 1914, June 26. 



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Mar:/" Poole , b. Melrose, Middlesex Co., >!ass. April 7, 1859. prof, 
relig. Melrose, May 1374: studied at Vielleslev Colle.^e. Home at tine 
of appt., Evanston, 111. smb. Sen Francisco, June 27, 1887: Arr. July 
17, '87 at Yokohama; returned to U.S. arr. San Francisco Aug. 11, 1891. 

Almona Gill, b. Mo, Monroeville, Erie Co., 0,, Nov. 20, 1857: prof, relig. 
Methodist Ch., No. Monroeville, 1370: studied in I^nroeville schools and 
Cooper Inst., eab. San Francisco, Sept. 10, '87: arr. Yokohama Sept. 26, 
'87: mar. Rev. Claude M. Severance, Kobe, July 2, 1892. ■ (See page 175). 

Cornelia Judson, b. Stratford, Fairfield Co., Ct., Oct. 20, 1360: prof, 
relig. Stratford, 1876: studied Stratford Acad., State Normal School, 
New Britain, Ct., V/ellesley College: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 10, '37: 
a.rr. Yokohama, Sept. 2 6, '87: vis. U.S. arr. Vancouver, Sept. 3, 1895: 
re-emb. San Francisco Jan. 6, 1393: arr. Yokohama Jan. 28, '98. Vis. U.S. 
arr. N.Y. June 9, 1904. Ar. field Oct. 1905; arr. home Feb. 12, 1914; 
Sailed June 10, 1915; Arr. home June 9, 1926; Sailed Sept. 29, 1927; 
arr. home Apr. 2, 1932. Retired Sept. 1, 1932. Died Sept. 1939. 

fethilde H. Meyer, b. Ripon, Fond-du-lac Co., VJis. Oct. 31, 1852: prof, 
relig. Green Bay, 'iis., 1873 or 4: studied Ripon Coll., also studied 
languages in Hanover, iGermany, Paris, France, and Language Schools during 
the summer here: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 10, '87: arr. Yokohaiia Sept, 
26, '87: vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 14, '95: released Apr. 9, 1895: mar. 
Rev. J.K. Greene, D.D. of the Western Turkey Mission, Ripon, V/'is., Sept. 
10, 1895. See Vol. Ill, p. 25. Died in San Diego, Cal., Jun. 10, 1927. 

Martha Johnson Clark , b. East Peachan, Caledonia Co., Vt., Sept. 11, 1862. 
prof, relig. Peacham, Nov. 1330: studied Peachan Acad, and Mt. Holyoke 



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Sera.: emb. San Francisco Nov. 9, 18S7: arr. Kobe, Dec. '37: nar. 
Rev. Hilton Pedley, Kobe, Nov. 21, 1892. (See pa^e 17'+). 

Annie Lyon Howe , b. Brookline, Mass. Jan. 12th, 1352: prof, relig. 1S69: 
studied Dearborn Senu, Chicago and Rockford 3em.: erab. San. Francisco 
Nov. 29, 1387: arr. Kobe, Dec. 24, '87: vis. U.S. arr. Chicago, Nov. 
26, 1895: re-eir.b. San Francisco June 8, 1897: Vis. U.S. in 1905: re- 
emb. San Francisco Feb. 17, 1906: Arr. home Feb. 1913: Sailed July 9, 
1914: Arr. home Oct. 23, 1917, because of her father's illness, rt'd. 
Mar. 27, 1918. Arr. home Nov. 4, 1927. Retired Nov. 12, 1923. Died 
in Rochester, N.Y. Oct. 25, 1943. 

Florence Vfhite, b. Amherst, Kampden Co., Ilass . , June 24, 1345: prof. 
relig. 1363: studied public schools: emb. San Francisco, Feb. 1, 1338: 
arr. Yokohama, Feb. 29, '83: returned to U.S. arr. San Francisco, Aug. 
11, 1891. Transferred to Mexico July 26, 1892. Married - see page 209. 
Died April 1, 1931 at V/est Brookfield, Mass. (Mrs. James) 

Jane Cozad, b. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., 0., Jan. 5, 1863: prof, relig. 
Cleveland, Jan. 2, 1876: grad. Cleveland High 3ch. & Normal Sch., 
studied one year at Oberlin Sem. : erab. San Francisco, July 21, 1338: 
arr. Nugata Aug. '83. mar. Rev. Horatio B. Newell, Ibkyo, July 3, 1839. 
See page 172. 

Gertrude Cozad ; b. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, April 1, 1865: prof. 
relig. Cleveland, Jan, 2, 1876: grad. Adelbert Coll., Cleveland, 
studied at Cberlin Sem.. emb. San Francisco, July 21, 1838: arr. 



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Nugata Aug. '8^: vis. the U.S. arr. San Francisco May 12, I896: re-emb. 

Vancouver Sept. 13, 1S97: arr. Kobe Sept. 28. Vis. U.S. arr. San 

Francisco Jan. 7, 1903: re-emb. Nov. 26, '04 from N.Y.: vis. U.S. arr. 

San Francisco Aor. 20, 1911. Sailed Aug. 10, 1912; .Arr. home Aug. 1919; 

Sailed July 26, 1920. Cane to U.S. Feb. 23, 1925. Retired to Honor Roll. 

Passed away at Clarenont Sanatorium, California October 30, 1949. See card. 

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Mary Florence Denton, Ed. P ., b. Orleans;, Nevada Co., Cal. July 4, 185?: 
prof, relig. Los Angeles, 1884: studied in Cal. pub. schools: taught for 
fourteen years, emb. arr. Kyoto, Oct. 8, 1888: Vis. U.S. & re- 
emb. San Francisco Aug. 17, 1901: Arr. home Mar. 4, 1917; Sailed Apr. 1, 
1918. Retired July 1, 1928: Ed.D. Williams Coll. June 1931. Imperial 
Government of Japan decorated her in 1933 in recognition of her life work 
at the Doshisha - the Sixth Order of the Sacred Treasure (Feb. 1933). 
Remained in Kyoto during V/orld War II. Passed away in Kyoto, Japan 
December 24, 1947. (Dec. 23 in U.S.) Body cremated. 

( Hamr.ond) 
Annie g./Bradshaw , b. Boston, July 16, 1852: prof, relig. Orange Valley, 

N.J. I^r. 3, 1887: studied with private teachers S'. at Passaic Falls 

Class. Inst.: emb. San Francisco, Dec. 13, 1388: arr. Sendai, Jan. 1889. 

vis. U.S. arr. New York, Oct. 29, '96: re-erab. San Francisco, Mar. 25, 

1898: arr. Yokohama Anril 10, 1398. Vis. U.S. arr. Orange, N.J. Dec. 

15, I9O6. re-emb. Seattle, Aug. 4, 1908. Reached U.S. Dec. 1922. 

Died May 28, 1929 at Orange, N.J. See Herald of August 1929, page 316, 

318, 319. 



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Ida Mc Lennan. b. Salineville, Columbiana Co., 0., Feb. 14, 1857: orof. 

relig. Salineville 1874: studied in Richmond and Oberlin College: erab. 
San Francisco, Cot. 13, 1338: arr. Yokohama Nov. 6, 1338: mar. Rev. 
Schuyler S. IVhite at Okayama, June - 1892. See pa^e 176. 

Ida Victoria Snith. b. Fitzwilliam, N.H., Nov. 2, 1856: prof, relig. 
1876: grad. Mt.Holyoke Sem. 1883; New Haven Training Sch. for Nurses, ' 
1888: emb. San Francisco, Nov. 28, 1888. arr. Osaka, Dec. 24, •88: 
transferred to Nugata, Oct. 1, 1339: returned to U.S. arr. San Francisco 
Aug. 11, 1891. 

Mary Radford, b. in Devenport, England. emb. Vancouver, Sept. 6, 

1889: arr. Yokohama, Sept. 22, 1839: returned to U.S. on account of 
ill health, arr. Montreal April 10, 1890: released May 20, 1890. 

tery Bryant Daniels, b. Northampton, liass. Jan. 4, 1353: prof, relig. 
Northampton, 1876: studied at Smith College, Northampton: engaged in 
teaching: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 3, 1839: arr. Yokohama, Oct. 23, 
1889: Vis. U.S. arr. - 1396: re-erab. San Francisco, Oct. 21, 1397: arr. 
Yokohama Nov. 8, '97: Vis. U.S. 1907-8 - re-emb. San Francisco, Sept. 8, 
1908: Died Osaka, Japan, July 8, 1909. (See Sept. '09 Herald, page 369. 

Fannie En s\-Drth Grisvrold. b. Southport, Chemung Co. N.Y., Oct. 14, 1364: 
prof, relig. Southport, 1376: studied at V/ellsboro, Pa., and Mt.Holyoke 
Seminaiy: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 3, 1889: arr. Yokohama, Oct. 23, 1889, 
Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, May 10, 1897: re-emb. Vancouver Sept. 12, 
189&, arr. Yokohama, Oct. 26. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 4,, 1905: re-emb. 



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San Francisco Sept. 2, I906. Arr. home July -26, 1915; Sailed Aug. 10, 
1916; arr. home July 13, 1923; S?.iled Au,=j. 5, 1924; arr. hone Aug. 17, 
1931. Retired SeiDt. 1, 1932. Died at Newton V/ellesley Hospital, Newton 
Lower Falls, Jvily 21, 1953. See card. 

Cora Augusta Stone, b. Rose, Wayne Co., N.I. Sept. 27, 1368: prof, relig. 
Rose, N.Y. 1332: studied in High Schools in Newaric and Palmyra, and Kt. 
Holyoke Sem. : emb. San Francisco, Oct. 3, 1839: arr. Yokoha-na, Oct. 23, 
1839. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco Kar. 2, 1392: re-erab. San Francisco, 
Aug. 16, 1892: arr. Kobe, Sept. 7. Returned to U.S. arr. at Boston via 
Ikcoma, Kay 17, 1894: released May 3, 1397: 1902 Montreal, N.C., . 
Died I'bntreal, N.C. Aug. 29, 1904. 

Clara Louise Qrown, b. Candia, Rockingham Co., N.H. Nov. 25, 1364: prof. 
relig. Dover, IJ.H., Jan. 1378: studied Gilnanton Acad., N.H. & Mt. Holyoke 
Coll.: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 1, 1890: arr. Yokohama, Oct. 19, 1390: 
Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco Nov. 26, 1901: re-emb. San Francisco, Ocu. 26, 
1902. Released Aoril 12, 1904: mar. a native Japanese pastor. Rev. i-Ir. 
Nagasaka, in 1904: died at Kobe, Feb. 8, 1911. (See April 11 Herald, 
page 193). 

Arthur Ihorrroson Hill , b. Boston, l^ss. April 27, 1864: prof, relig. 
Auburndale, Kaiss. July 1878: studied in Ne^-rton High School: emb. San 
Francisco, Oct. 1, 1890: arr. Yokohama Oct. 19, '90: Released K?y 12, 1396. 
1900 Treas. Mt. Holyoke College, So. Hadley, Mass. Died Medfield, Mass. Apr. 
21, 1913. See 1-liss. Herald June 1913, p. 292. 



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Mrs. Hi]4 . (Louise Eddy) b. Providence, R.I., Dec. 28, 1861: prof, relig. 
Westboro, Kass. July 1833: teacher of kindergarten: mar. Westboro, Aug. 
27, 1890: erab. San Francisco, Oct. 1, 1390: arr. Yokohama Oct. 19, '90: 
Released May 12, 1896. 

Caroline 11. Telford , b. Victory, Cayuga CkD., N.Y. Nov. 4, 1862: prof, relig. 
Port Byron, N.Y. 1376: studied Port Byron High Sch. & Kt.Holyoke Seme. & 
Ck)ll. emb. Oct. 1, 1890, San Francisco: arr. Yokohama, Oct. 19, '90. re- 
turned to U.S., arr. San Francisco i-ay 27, 1895: Released Sept. 29, 1896. 
1900, at 21 Allston St., Dorchester. 1902 Port Byron, N.Y. Died Oberlin, 
Ohio, January 20, 1924. I-lissionary Herald 1924, page 240. 

Elizabeth Torrey. b. Deleware, Deleware CkD., 0., July 8, 1848: prof, relig. 
Madison, 0. studied at Painesville and Oberlin College, emb. San 
Francisco, Oct. 1, 1390: arr. yokohama Oct. 19, 1890. Vis. U.S. - re-smb. 
Vancouver Oct. 8, 1900. Arr. Yokohama Oct, 22. Arr. home 1909. Released 
June 13, 1911. Died Aug. 24, 1922. 

Alice Pettee Ada-ins . b. Jaffrey, Cheshire Co., N.H., Aug. 3, 1866: prof, 
relig. Jaffrey, July 1879: studied at Bridgewater Normal Sch.: at time of 
going out was Principal of Conant High School, Jaffrey: emb. San Francisco 
April 2, 1891: arr. Yokohama, April 20, 1891: vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco 
April 17, 1900: re-emb. San Francisco, Oct. 23, 1901: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 
Aug. 13, 1908: re-erab. San Francisco, Nov. 16, 1909. Died Hay 9, 1937 at 
Newton, Mass. 

Abbie VI. Kent , b. Benson, Vt. Sept. 1845: prof, relig. New Haven, Vt. 

1858: studied at Carleton Sem. : emb. San Francisco, June 2, 1891: arr. 
Yokohama June 19, 1391: vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, May 12, 1896: released 
July 20, 1897. Died Sept. 17, 1932. 



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Eaizabeth •iilkinson , b. Lawrence, Mass. Aug. 23, 136?: prof, relig. 
No. Andover 1332: educated in No. Andover, graduated from Mt. Kolyoke. 
emb. San Francisco Sept. 26, 1391: arr. Yokohama, Oct. 12, 1391: re- 
turned to U.S. arr. San Francisco March 2, 1392. married a Mr. Charles. 
Kitchen & Oct. 1900 livins at 71 Saunders St., Lavrrence, Mass. 

Assistant I-jissionaries 

Helen SLiza Fraser. b. Toronto, Canada, Feb. 21, 1361: prof, relig. Bond 
St. Congl. Ch., Toronto, 1874: educated at Bishop Strachan School and 
received a two years course of training at Bellevue Hospital, Ue\i York: 
emb. San Francisco, Sept. 26, 1891: arr. Yokohama Oct. 12, 1891. Re- 
leased Aug. 11, 1896. 

Alice Eliza Harvrood, b. Crystal Lake, KcHenry Co., 111., Sept. 24, 1864: 
prof, relig. St. Louis 1378: studied at Oberlin: emb. San Francisco, 
Sept. 26, 1391: arr. Yokohama Oct. 12, 1891: Released Sept. 12, 1399. 
Died Dec. 22, 1917. 

Nina Claire Stevmrt, b. Wabasha, Minn. 1868: prof. reli=;., Northfield, 
Minn. 1833: grad. Carleton Coll.: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 3, 1891: 
vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, Kay 10, 1397. Released Sept. 25, 1901. 
Died April 30, 1927. 

Rosamond Cozad Bates, b. Cleveland, Ohio, April 14, 1337: united with 
Euclid Ave., Cong. Ch., Cleveland in 1399: grad. Vassar College 1903: 
emb. San Francisco, Oct. 5, 1909: See card under Mrs. Frank Cary. 
Died on May 1, 1953 at Kobe International Hospital, Japan, 



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Lucy Ellen Case , b. Carabrid-e, Middlesex Co., M^ss. June 13, 1863: prof. 
reli^. Cambridge, 1876: grad. Ca-nbrid^e Hiqh School & studied l\ years 
at Oberlin: for a tijiie church visitor in Dr. Merrill's Ch., I-anneapolis, 
Minn.: emb. San Francisco, Oct. 25, 1892. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco 
Jan. 15, 1900. re-en. San Francisco Hch. 7, 1901. Vis. U.S. arr. San 
Francisco Nov. 10, 1906. Died Au-ust 22, 1943, Pasadena, California. 

Electra Pauli'ng Swart z . b. Lancaster, Lancaster Co., Penn. April 30, 
1873: prof. reli-. Chicago, 1838: studied Mt.Kolyoke College, Training 
Home for Christian Workers, New York City; Bible Institute, Chicago: 
emb. Vancouver, Oct. 12, 1896: arr. Kobe, Oct. 28, 1896: vis. U.S. arr. 
Chicago, Feb. 11, 1902. Went back to Japan after a few months stay in 
America but returned to the U.S. arr. San Francisco Feb. lU, 1903. Miss 
Gary said she was dead - yr. not known. 

Gertrude M?y Wilcox , b. New London Ct. , Oct. 23, 1864: prof, relig. <- 
Stamford, Ct. 1877: studied in Chicago Public Schools and V/ellesley 
College: eiib. San Francisco, Feb. 13, 1897. Mar. Rev. Win. R. Weakley of 
the M.E. Board, Kobe, July 11, 1899. Died Sept. 8, 1935 in Kansas City, 

^b. 

Cora McCandlish, b. Arlington, Neb. Mar. 24, 1873: prof, relig. Omaha, Neb. 
1890: grad. Omaha High School: studied a year and a half in the Bible 
Iistitute, Chicago: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 21, 1897: arr. Kobe Oct. 
13. Released AprU 22, 1902. Married Vfa..P. Lovett. Died Sept. 18, 1926. 



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Cora Franc es Keith , b. Braintree, NorfoLk Co.,V.a.33. Jan. 16, 1873: orof. 
relig. Braintree, Ib^O: studied at l^.aye^ Acad. Braintree ajid Mt.Holyoke 
College: emb. San Francisco, June 26, 1«99. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, 
Feb. 2, 1905. Re-emb. San Francisco, Sept. 4, 1905. >!ar. Rev. Charles i:.,;arren 
Kyoto, Seot. 23, 1905. (See pa^e 181). Retired 1946. Died in Clare,-nont, 
Calif. Sept. 9, 1954. 

Olive Sawer Hovt, b. Portland, Cumberland Co., Me. Feb. 7,1S74: united with 
Cong'l.Ch., Portland, May 1837: studied at Mt.Holyoke College: erab. Vancouver 
Oct. 6, 1902: arr. Kobe, Oct. 22, 1902: vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, July 
14, 1908: re-emb. San Francisco Oct. 5, 1909. Retired 1942. 

Charlotte Bur-is De Forest, dau. of Rev. J.H. DeForest of this mission: b. 
Osaka, Japan, Feb. 23, 1^79: joined the mission church in Japan in 1883: 
grad. Smith College: emb. San Francisco, Nov. 18, 1903: T^^^ c(\^^ 



Julia Clarissa Hockin.cr: b. Easton, Talbot Co., >:aryland, Nov. 3, 1880: 
united with M.2. Church, Brooklyn, Iowa, 1392: studied at lo^^ '.vesleyan 
University, grad. Cberlin Col. 1907: emb. San Francisco, Sept. 24, 1907: 
mar. Mr.G.5. Trueman, Y.M.C.A. Sec. at Kobe, Anril U, 1910. 

Mary Elizabeth Stowe, b. Enfield, Hartford Co., Conn. Jan. 5, 1373: united 
with Cong'l.Ch. 1539: studied at New Britain Normal School, Mt.Holyoke Col. 
and Harvard Sunimer School: emb. San Francisco, March 10, 1908: 

Grace Hannah Stove; b. Enfield, Conn. April 11, 1382: united with ODng'l. 
Ch. of Enfield, 1895: studied at Nev; Britain Nonn^l School, Mt.Kolyoke Col. 
and Harvard Sumner School: emb. San Francisco, Mar. 10, 1903. Died Sept. 7 
1967 at the McCabe Rest Home, Claremont, California. 



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Florence 3tr?tton Allchin, dau. of Rev. 3eor:^e Allchin: b, Osaka, 
Janan, March 26, 1334: united vrLth the znission church in Jaoan in 
1896: grad. Si.-r:ons College; studied at the iJ.Z. Conservatory: emb. 
San Francisco, /^y 21, 1909: uar. Kyoto, Aoril 6, 1911, Rev. Charles 
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Missionaries 

George Eu?ene Albrecht, b. //ohlaw, Prussia, Aug, 12, 1855: prof, relig. 
Springfield, 0., May 1377: studied in Preparatory Schools 4"gymnasiuin" 
at Breslau & Ulm, Germany: grad, from the Military Acad., Berlin, 1374: 
Oberlin Iheol. 3ea, 1382: ord. Springfield, 0., Oct. 31, 1382: emb. 
San Francisco, June 27, 1337: arr. Yokohama, July 17, '37. Transferred 
to Japan Mission, April 26, 1339. (See p. 173). Transferred from Japan 
JvQy 2, 1839: Returned to Japan. 

Mrs. Albrecht (Leonora Juliet Barr) b. Limertone Township, Warren Co., 
Pa., Dec. 5, 1353: prof, relig. Tidiouta, Pa. 137$: studied Pittsburg 
Sem. Sem. & Oberlin, 0., mar. Tideoute, Pa., Sept. 20, 1882: emb. San 
Francisco, June 27, '87: arr. Yokohama, July 17, '87. Transferred to 
Japan I-Hssion April 26, 1339 (See page 173). Transferred from Japan, July 
2, 1889. Returned to Japan. Died Dec. 5, 1926. 

ftrs. Ananda Lau^hlin (.Andrews) Vfalker: b. Steubenville, Jefferson Co., 
Ohio, June 1, 1375: united with 1st Cong. Ch., Marietta, Ohio, June 
1887: grad. Lake Erie Sem. 1395: after t;^ro years of teaching and study 
received the degree of B.Ph. from Marietta College; snent a year of study 
in Europe. Feb. 11, 1902 mar. Robert Pierce Walker at Marietta, Ohio. 
They went as teachers to the Philippines where Mr. V/alker died July 3, 1903. 
Emb. San Francisco Sept. 27, 1905. (To 1911) 

Elizabeth ./ard, b. Miami County, Indiana, March 9, 1875: united with the 
Deer Creek, Ind. Baptist Church in Feb. 1385: studied in Franklin College, 
Iidiana: before joining the mission was engaged in independent work in Japan: 



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apptd. March 6, 1906: vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, May 27, 1910. 
Sailed Aug. 10, 1912; Left field Sept. 28, 191?. Married May 1, 1921, 
Frank P. Stoddard. Died May 17, 1947 in St. Cloud, Fla. Had a stroke. 
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Daniffl J. Treiber, b. Vemontville, Eaton Co., >'ich., Jan. 11, 1B59: 
prof, reli'^ Karch 5, 1332: grad. Olivet Coll. '85: studied one year 
at Chicago Theol. 5em.: ord. Fairview, Bro^vn Co., Kan. Oct. 11, 1835: 
emb. San Francisco June 2^, '87: released April 2, 1339. 

Mrs. Treiber, (Rose Ellen Standish) b. Cleveland, Cuyaho=;a Co., 0., Kar. 
25, 1858: prof, relig. ilar. 5, 1382: studied at Olivet College: mar. 
Watervliet, rlich.jMay 4, 133?: emb. San Francisco, June 21, '87: released 
April 2, 1889- 

Alfred Snellin?^, b. Nev; York City, May 15th, 1855: prof, relig. Amity, i-b.. 
Mar. 1875: studied at Drury Coll. one year; grad. Chicago Theol. Sem., 
1888: ord. Carthage, Kay 9, 1338: emb. San Francisco, July 1, 1838. 
Released I-ay 25, 1396. Died July 4, 1905; cause, death resulted from long 
exposure at sea when his boat was lost in a stonn on one of his trips 
around the islands. 

Mrs . Snelling, (Elizabeth Maria Weymer) b. V/arwick, Orange Co., N.Y. 
Sept. 22, 1353 J prof, relig. 1369: studied in corarnon schools: mar. 
J\me 3, 1388: emb. San Francisco, July 19, 1339: released Kay 25, 1896. 
Died: ; cause, gallstones. 

John Janes Forbes: b. Drumblade, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, Dec. 10, 1559: 
prof, relig. E!untingdon, Can. 1833: studied 8 yrs. at Business Coll. & 
Marishall Coll., Aberdeen Univ.; grad. Presb. Coll. Vsontrenl, Can., 1839: 
ord. Montreal, April 24, 1339: emb. San Francisco, July 19,1339: Died at 
Ponape, Oct. 29, 1389. (See Msy. Herald May 1390, p. 176^. 



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_ ^^5• Forbes (Rachel Crawford) b. Kontreal, Can., Hay 9, i867: prof. 
reli^. tontreal, 1382: mar. tontreal May 24, 1839: e.-nb. San Francisco, 
July 19, 1^39: returned to U.S; arr. San Francisco April 7, 1894. Re- 
leased 3ept. 4, 1394. Died in Pomona, Calif. Oct. 31, 1952j buried in 
Claremont. 

Irving Monroe Channon; b. Durant, Scott Co., Iowa, July 18, 1862: prof, 
relig. Davenport, la., 1332: grad. Oberlin Coll. 138?: Oberlin Theol. 
Sem., 1890: ord. Rocicport, 0., Feb. 20, '83: emb. San Francisco, June 
28, 1890: arr. Kusaie Aug. U, 1390: Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco April ' 
U, 1897: re-emb. San Francisco Au-. 26, 1393: returned to U.S. arr. 
Oberlin, Aug. 1, 19O5: re-emb. San Francisco Nov. 16, 1907: Arr. home 
Kar. 1913: Sailed Nov. 8, 1919: /j-r. home Har. 10, 1925; sailed Feb. 15, 
1926; Arr. hone May 3, 1932. Retired Hay 12, 1933. Died in Oberlin, Ohio; 
Nov. 1, 1942. 

Mrs. Channon (Mary Long .Goldsbury) sister of Dr. Janes Goldsbury of the 
Shansi I-Iission: b. Davenport, Scott Co., Iowa, J.ferch 26, 1865: prof. 
reUg. Davenport, 1330: grad. Oberlin Coll. 1386: mar. Minneapolis, 
Minn., July 6, 1337: enb. San Francisco June 23, 1390: arr. Kusaie, 
Aug. U, 1390. Vis. U.S. in '97. re-emb. San Francisco Aug. 26, 1398: 
returned to U.S. arr. Oberlin Aug. 1, 1905: re-emb. San Francisco, Nov. 16, 
1907: Appointed to Philippines July 17, 1917. See above for statistics. 
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Martin Luther Stimaon , See. Vol. 1, p. 69 - Vol. II, pp 173, 174. 
Reappt'd. July 5, 139'3: Smb. S=n Francisco Au^. 26, 1393. 

Mrs. Stinr^on (^ily Brooks Hall. See Vol. I, p. 69. Vol. II, pp 173,174. 
Re-appt'd. 

Rev. Thomao Grar, b. Alton, >iadison Co., HI. June 8, 1870: prof, relig. 
Villa:^e Cr'3elc, HI. 1SS6: grad. Washburn College 1396, Chicago Theol. 
Sem. 1900: ord. East Chicago, Ind. May 23, 1900: emb. San Francisco, 
July 26, 1900. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco April 17, 1907. Released 
June 22, 1909. Service after his missionary work in Micronesia: Iliss'y. 
Humacao, Puerto Rico under AI-IA 1909-11. Pastor: ColloraJi and Molina, Colo. ■ 
1911-13; Marion Indiana 1913-17; Franklin, Indiana 1917-26; liound City, 
ni. 1926-29; Dupo, HI. 1929-35. His service after missionary work in 
. Micronesia copied from the Congregational Year Book records in 1953, 
(Necrology section). Died in Kirkwood, Mo., August 27, 1953. (See Advance 
for Oct. 19, 1953, p. 23). Obit notice in Oct. 19, 1953 issue of Advance p. 28. 

. Mrs. Gray , (Leta Danby (Danley), b. Bloomington, McLean Co., 111. Dec. 27, 
1871: prof, relig. Presb'n, Church, 1832: studied a few months at Evanston 
Sem. and three years at Chicago Musical College: mar.Topeka, Kans.Nov.l7, 
1897: emb. San Francisco July 26, 1900: vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco 
April 17, 1907: released June 22, 1909. Died August 4, 1964, Kirkwood, 
(St. Louis), MJ-Ssouri. Interment in St. Louis. 

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Rev. Edward Everett Hyde. H.D . b. Galesburg, Knox Co. 111. June 9, 1875: 
prof, relig. Galesburg, Jan. 1, 1833: grad. Knox College June 11, 1396: 
did not take a theol. course: studied at College of Physicians ^ Surgeons, 
University of 111. Chicago: ord. Galesburg, June 15, 19C0. emb. San 



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Francisco ^Jov. 2, 1900. arr. Ruk, Feb. 22, 1901. Released on account 
of Mrs. Hyde's health Jan. 23, 1902. Died Chicago, HI. 

Mrs. Hyde (Mabel Evelyn Lelleck) b. Galesbur.3, Knox Count/PJ.. Aug. 11, " 
1877: prof, relig. Baptist Ch. Galesburg, Feb. 1338: studied in public 
schools: mar. Galesbur^;, June 21, 1399: emb. San Francisco, Nov. 2, 
1900. arr. Ruk Feb. 22, 19OI. Released Jan. 23, 1902. 

Albert Au^ste Ja-?now . b. Allstadt Stolp, Poneranie, Germany, 1374: united 

with IVesb'n. Ch., Slraont, L.I., N.r.: grad. from the Colle^^iate dept. 

of the Iheol. school, Bloomfield, N.J. I9OO and from the Seminary at Blocm- 

X Ington in 1903: ord. St. Paul's Ch., Elmont, L.I. Mpy 23, I903: emb. San 

Francisco, June 12, 1903: vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco June 8, 1907: 

Died at Douglaston, Long Island, N.Y. Oct. 16, 1907. (See Dec. Herald '07, 

p. 587). 

Grunhof, 
Mrs. Ja?Ttovf (Maria -5. J. ffiieive), b/ Pomerania, Germany - cane to the U.S. 

when about 14 years of a?e. resided Rochester, N.Y. : vra.s a member of the 

Lutheran Evan. Ch., emb. on the hbming Star Boston June 11, 1904: mar. 

Ponape, Dec. 31, 1904: vis. U.S. arr. S?ji Francisco June 8, 1907: 

Herbert Edv.'ards Brov.Ti Case, b. Pawtucket, R.I., Feb. 13, 1377: united 
with Cong. Ch., Pa-^tucket, M?y 1893: grad. R.I. College 1397 & Brown Univ. 
1900: studied at f-body Bible Inst. 1 year: grad. Hartford Theol. Sem. 
1904: ord. June 24, 1904: emb. San Francisco Dec. 15, 1904. Vis. U.S. arr. 
San Francisco, May 12, 1910. Began work as an assistant in the Foreign Dept. 
of the Am. Bd. in Dec. 1910. Died accidentally crossing Rte.123, near his 
Jiome in Aubumdale, Mass. Nov. 29, 1966. 



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Mrs. Case (Ada Rogers) b. Pavrtucket, R.I. June 19, 1897: united vath 
Cong. Ch., July 1, 1392; studied at Brow Univ.: mar. Pavrtucket, R.I. 
Sept. 14, 1904: er.b. Dec. 15, 1904 from San Francisco: vis. U.S. arr. 
San Francisco, Kay 12, 1910. Died Saturday, July 1, 196?, in a nursing 
home in Greenwich, Connecticut. 

Missionary Physicians 

Clinton Fr gncis Rife , b. Fairfield Co., Ohio, Oct, 4, 1866: prof, relig. 
Naperville, 111. 1832: studied at Rush Ifed. Col., Chicago: ord. Harrington, 
HI. April 8, 1394: emb. San Francisco, June 28, 1894: arr. Kusaie, Aug. 
28, 1894- Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, Mar. 7, 1900. re-emb. San Francisco, 
June 7, 1901. Died in Naperville, 111. Nov. 22, 1943. 

Mrs. Rife (Isadora Rote) b. Green Co., -./is. Oct. 1863: prof, relig. Lena, 
HI., 1839: studied Chicago Bible Training Sch. mar. V/arren, m. Sept. 19, 
1893: emb. San Francisco June 23, 1394: arr. Kusaie Aug. 23, '94. Vis. 
U.S. arr. San Francisco, Mar. 7, 1900: re-emb. San Francisco June 7, 1907: 
Arr. hoTie March 23, 1912. Died May 8, 1961. 



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Ella Theo dora Crosby, b. Georgetovm, Essex Co., Mass., June 7, 1864: prof. 
relig. Georgetown, June 1382: studied in corrjnon schools: left Boston for 
San Francisco, June 1, 1836: emb. San Francisco June '86: Vis. U.S. arr. 
San Francisco, Nov. 29, 1889. Released July 28, 1891. Re-apptd. and re-emb. 
San Francisco, June 28, 1894: arr. Kusaie, Aug. 25,; returned to U.S. arr. 



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San Francisco I larch 23, 1396: released Sent. 20, 1893. mar. Rev. Edwin 
M. Bliss, D.D. of N.Y. Nov. 8, 1900. 

Sarah Louise Sn:ith . b. Boston, lass. Feb. 23, 1365: prof, relij. "leivton 
Centre, July 1330: studied Girls Ki.^h 5ch. Boston: left Boston for San 
Francisco June 1, 13^6: returned to 11.3. arr. San Francisco, July 7, 1391: 
mar. at Nevrton Centre, :ias3. Sept. 3, 1391, Capt. Geor^^e F. Garland, 
Cormand^ir of the "Ibmin.^ Star." Deceased. Capt. Garland (not niiss'y.) 
died Lorrain, Ohio Kay 12, 1947. Service st OberUn, 0. on the 15th. 

Lydla Esther Henin^-;?v. b. Hartford, Cortland Co. N.Y. July 22, 1333: 
prof. reli-^. 1361 or 2: studied Honer Acad., & lajna 3e.ii. : left Boston 
for San Francisco June 1, 1326: released July 26, 1337: raar. D.L. More- 
house, 1S33 Le Roy, HI. 

Lucy Merri ll In^ersoll. :!.D. b. Mt.Clsiaens, xich., July 1, 1345: prof. 
reli^. Galva, HI. 1363: studied Lal-ce Srie Sen. Painesville, 0., Prep. 
Dept., Oberlin Coll., 4 Chicr-.^o Homeopathic Kedical College: emb. San 
Francisco, April 27, 1337: returned to U.S. arr. San Francisco, Feb. 22, 
1890: released Au.^. 19, 1390. 

Alice Cov.-les Little: b. Janesville, Rock Co., /.'is., I'lay 9, 1865: prof, relig. 
Janesvill-e, '..'is., IIov. 7, 13C0: studied at Cbarlin; enib. San Francisco, 
June 10, 1338: raleased Jan. 29, 1395. Treas., Ohio Brajich of the V/ B M I 
for many years - until the aer^er. Dirid in Oberlin, Ohio on December 23, 
1958. (intement Janesville, u'is.) See card. 



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Ida Creesev Foss ; b. Karblehead, ^ssexCo., Kass., Au^. 31, 1345: prof. 
r«li=;. Karblehead, I066: studied at llarblehead Acadeoiy: e.-b. San Francisco 
June 23, 1390: Vis. U.S. arr, San Francisco, Apr. 26, 1393. re-eTib. San 
Francisco, July 26, 1930. vis. U.S. arr. Taco-ia Maj 24, 1906. Died at 
Melrose, l-Iass., .xay 25, 1917. See Herald, July 1^17, p. 345. 

Rosetta ^'latthews Kinney, b. Oberlin, Ohio., Feb. 21, 1837: prof. reli^. 

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Qberlin 1S52: studied at Oberlin: enb. San Francisco, June 23, 1390: arr. 
Ruk, Sept. 17: vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, liay 31, 1897: released Aug. 
3, 1S97* 

Jessie Rebecca Hoopin , b. South Haven, Van Buren Co., liLch., Jan. 13, 1365: 
prof. reli^. Oberlin, 1330: studied at Oberlin Coll.: taught tv;o years in 
Kavraiohao Sea. for ^irls: appt'd. 1-lay 13, 1390: arr. at Kusaie Aug. 11, 
1390. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, July - '95: Vis. U.S. arr. San 
Francisco I-Iarch 13, 1906. Sailed i-iay 21, 1909. In 1922 took vacation in ^_ 
Japan. Left Jaluit Oct. 1931: arr. home i-:arch 19, 1932; sailed Oct. 5, 1933 - - 
as a retired idssionary. See card. Died in Asliland, .Visconsin, Jan. 14, 1949. 

Annie Elizabeth Abell , b. Buffalo, .\'.I. Seat. 6, 1363: prof, relig. Buffalo, 
March 1532: studied two years at Ob^rl±n College: e:ab. San Francisco, I.ay 
28, 1392: 

Louise jjli-a '.-Jilson, b. Sonoma, Cal., Oct. 25, 1363: prof, relig. Sonoma, 
May 1336. Studied Public Schools, Sonoraa, Cal. e^ib. 1393: vis. U.S. arr. 
San. Francisco, Apr. 26, 1393: re-emb. San Francisco March 3, 1899: vis. U.S. 
arr. San Francisco, June 13, 1903: r«-einb. Boston on :-i)rning Star Ko. 5, 
June 11, 1904. Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, i-iar. 1, 1910J Died rlarch 13, 1935 
at Berkeley, Calif. 



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Jennie Oljn , b. in Sweden ilay 136?: caiae to the U.S. in loSl: prof, 
reli^. Princeton, '.v. J. I'^r,^: grad. lit, Holyoke College: emb, San 
"rancisco Jul7 2, l^:^?: vis. U.o. arr. San Francisco, Oct. 1, 1934. 
re-aiib. Gan Francisco Julv 3, 1905. Di.?d at Sydney, JJew So. ',,"ales 
Sept. 2, '11. (See lliss'y. Herald, Dec. 1911, p. 554). 

Elizabeth B^ld'.s-ln. b. Mev;ar'c, N.J. April 11, 1359: prof, relig. Nev:ark 
Sept. 1835: ^raa. Hi^h .^ Morrcal Schools, Newark, and ifew York Missionary 
Institute: emb. San Francisco Au^. 26, '98: Ar'd. ho:ne July 3, 1910: 
Sailed Sept. 20, 1911. Retired on field June 9, 1933. See card. Died 
Kusaie, Micronesia, Oct. 31, 1939. 

Jane Du Bois Baldvdn. b. I-Iewark, 2J. J. . June 9, 1363: prof, relig. Nev/ark 
1876: grad. in Newar< Cormon Schools; studied in M.Y. Ilissy. Inst,: 
emb. San Francisco, Au^. 26, 1393: Ar'd. hons July 3, 1910: Sailed 
Sept. 20, 1911. Retired on field June 9, 1933. Sss card. Died on 
July , 1949, in Oranr^e, N.J. 

Capt. Geor,^e In^alls Foster, Los Angeles, Gal., b. Swa-npscott, Ilass. 186?: 
prof, relig. 1392, Bethlehsa Ch., Los An33les: comLwn school education: 
joined the mission in 1395: returned to J. 3. arr. Boston, Aug. 8, 1399. 
Released Jan. 23, 1900. 

I'fary Au^sta Chgnnell, b. Ibntreal, Canada, J-Iarch 26, 1374: prof, relig. 
1887: Studied in Holyoke City Hospital, Syracuse '.Voman's Hospital and 
Sprin:^field Bible Homal College: enb. San Francisco Nov. 2, 1900. arr. 



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Guani, Ladrone Is., Mov. 27, 1900: Vis. U.S. arr. San Francisco, Au,-. 29, 
1901. Released on account of ill health I-Iarch 4, 1902. lir. Ij. Ezra 
H. Stevens of .Ubany, I'.Y. Auburn dale, June 1, 1905. 

Arthur C. Lo'-an , son of Robert J. Lo^an, b. Obsrlin, 0., 1S72: spent 
several years at Ruk b3fore his father's death. .After that event he return- 
ed to the U.S.: studied at Oberlin and Springfield 3ible School: ord, 
Buffalo, N.Y. Sept. 26, 1901. enib. San Francisco, ilar. 12, 1902. Released 
Nov. 2, 1900. 

I-!rs. Lop:?ji (Alice Price) dau. of Rev. Francis M. Price of this mission: 
b. at Oberlin, Ohio. - - at an early age went vrLth her parents to 
Shansi, where they labored for several years: studied at Northfield and 
9 Springfield, ::ass., and also at Oberlin: emb. San Francisco, M?r. 12, 1902: 
released Nov. 2, 1903. 

Karion Parker "Jells , b. Kolliston, riass., I-Iarch 26, 1333: united with 
Grace Cong. Ch., Holyoke, 2iass. Oct. 1393: studied at Morthfield Sem.: 
taught in ndssion school Key 'Jest, Fla.: enb. San Francisco Oct. 5, 1909: 
married Rev. Frank J. V.'oodward on Mar. 25, 1912. Passed away in ..'est 
Newton, Mass. on T-lar. 7, 1943. See card. 



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Robert Fran^clin SIpc!:, b. 'iashinr^ton, Litchfield Co., Conn., Au.^. 23, L370: 
united with Con.^'l. Church, Southin^ton, Conn., ?lov. 6, 13.^1: studied one 
year at Univ. of 'Jisconsin; grad. Redfield College 1393: studied two years 
at Chicago Theol. 3em.; :^rad. Union oem. 1902: ord. Sept. 1902: e;nb. San 
Francisco, Oct, 22, 1902: vis. U.S. arr. 3rock, Neb. I-lay 1, 1909: re-sab. 
San Francisco, llay 24, 1910: Ar'd. home July 19, 1915. Resigied Apr. 23, 
1918. Died at Schenctady, M.Y., Oct. 29, 1952. See card. 

Mrs . Black , ( Anna Gertrude Grander), b. Robinson, Crawford. Co., HI. Jan. 

23, 1879s united with Baptist Church, Milvraukee, .vis., 1S91: studied in 

Mission Kindergarten Trainin-^ School, iiilwaukee: enb. San Francisco, Oct. 

23, 1903: mar. at Manilla, Nov. 18, 1903 on board the stea'ner "Siberia": 

vis, the U.S. arr. Brock, Neb. I^ay 1, 1909: re-e.T.b. San Francisco, rlay 2/4., 1?10: 

arr. home July 19, 1915. Resi-;;ned Apr, 28, 1918. Died in Yucaipa, California 

on April 4, 1949. 

Charles Thomas Sibley, '.'.P. b. Lupen, Soniersetshire, En.^land, April 20, 
I8751 united vdth Union Church, Ludlow, Ilass. 1391: grad. N.Y. City l-^ed. 
College 1905: emb. San Francisco, Jan. 7, 1903: Arr. Home May 14, 1913; 
Sailed Sept. 5, 1914. (Summer of 1914 was at the Sch. of Tropical Med., London) 
ret'd. P.I. Oct. 1914; ret'd. to U.S. April 1916. Died at a Rest Home in 
Oradell, N.J. Sept. 4, 1957. Ashes interred Gloucester, i-iass. (Oak Grove 
Cemetery) with com.iiital service there on Sept. 6, 1957. See card. 

^l^3. Sibley, (Annie Elizabeth Short) b. London, Ontario, April 6, 1379. 
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Canada, and Roosevelt ftospital: mar. Lakesi 'e, Quebec, Dec. 19th, 190?: 
enib. San Francisco, J?n. 7, 190S: Arr. home l-'jiy 14, 1913; Sailed 
Sept. 5, 1914. returned to U.S. Aoril 1916. Died July 26, ,1949 in 
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; Alfred Clarence •.vri^hb, b. Oalva, Illinois, June 15, 1353: prof. reli^. 

Beloit, '.;is. 1377: jrad. Beloit Coll. 1330. labored for a year and 

a half under .•ki.5.3. Union: grad. Chicago Iheol. Sejz, 1836: ord. 

Topeka, K?n., June 6, '86: arr. Chihuahua, July 2, 1336: ..ere in U.S. 

1903-04 for several rnos. of vacation; Arr. hone Oct. 6, 1911; Ret'd. 

to field Oct. 24, 1912; Arr. home Oct. 13, 1923; Het'd. to field July 

1924; arr. hone Nov. 21, 1927. D.D. Beloit June 1926. Retired Apr. 1928. 

Died Sept. 13, 1943. 

Mrs. Wri-ht. (Annie Curtis Olds) b. Clinton, wis., Feb. 9, 1859: prof. 
relig. Clinton 1874: studied Beloit high school: raar. May 2, 18£6: 
arr. Chihuahua July 2, 1386: Ar'd. home Oct. 6, 1911; ar'd. x^ield Oct. 
31, 1912; .Ir'd. hone Oct. 13, 1923; ar'd. Field July 1927; Ar'd. hone 
Nov. 20, 1927. Retired Apr. ? , 1923. Died Dec. 31, 1934 at Clarecont, 
Gal. 

Otis Calvin Olds : b. Clinton, Rock Co. '.vis,, Aug. 16, 1363: prof, relig, 
Beloit, '..is., Oct. 1379: grad. Beloit Coll. 1386: Chic-go Sen. 1390: 
ord. Clinton, Rock Co. '.v'is. May 19, 1390: left 

i Chicago for the nission :-ay 3, 1390: released Jan. 3, 1905. Died at his 

home in >'}ardena, Calif, on V^y 19, 1947. 

I-frs. Helen Sue (Bush) Olds ; b. Galva, Henry Co., HI., I'Jar. 2, 1869: 

prof. reli^. Galva, Dec. 1337: studied at Iowa Coll., Grinnell: nar. 

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Mrs- Olds, (Helen Cattail) b. Davenport, Scott Co., Iov;a, Aug. 11, 
1367: prof. reli^. 1881: studied in Davenport K'omal Sch., Iowa College 
& HI. Tr. Sch. for Nurses: nar. Davenport, la., Au.^. 11, 1397: joined 
the mission Sept. '97: Released Jan. 3, 1905. 

Henrv :-!artvn Bissell , (See Vol. I, p. 109) Transferred from Western 
Mexico, Nov. 4, 1390: Released riay 3, 1900. Died June 1, 1920 at 
Port An.:^els, ".."ash. 

I-js. Bissell (Slla Morv/ood) (See Vol. I, p. 109). Ti-ansferred from 
Western Kexico, Nov. 4, 1390: Released I.av 3, 19'00. 

Horace I^/son ;:a?ier, b. Zie:aersville, Ibntg. Co., Pa., June 19, 1^6?: 
" prof. reli-. Dec. 1-3.^4, joinin- Heelor's Ch., (Rafomed Ch. of the U.S. 

grad. Ursinus College, Pa., 1391; Union Theol. 2e.^. 1394: ord. Phila. 
June 19, 1394: joined the mission in the autamn of 1394: ^Dck Ivs. of 
ab. several times because of -js. -..-'s. health - Arr. home Sept. 1926. 
Retired March 10, 1914: re-en.^aged Nov. 26, 1913 - 1926. Died in Pomona, 
California on Jsnuaiy 17, I960. See his card. 

Mjs. IJa^ner (Fidelia ilay .IcCord) b. Pine Grove, (now 'irove City) -Pa., 
May 6, 1364: prof. reli.-. 1333, Balm, Pa., studied at >ove City College, 
ax.ve City, Pa.: mar. SlPaso, Texas, Sept. 17, 1895: joined the mission 
in Sept. 1395. See above. Died Jan. 29, 1936 at Clarer:ont, California. 

Levds Henry J=.-aison , b. Lockhaven, CUnton Co., Pa., V^^r 12, 1369: united 
^ with Associate Presby. Ch. wnen 15 years of age: studied 2 years at 

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Texas in 1894 . en^^a^ed in raissionary wore in Central America v^ere his 
health failed and he returned to Texas where he was en.^aged in teaching. 
'•■/as employed for three years by the American Board before his appoLntaient 
which was requested by the mission. Appt'd. Sept. 1, I903. Released Dec. 
26, 1905. 

>»s. Janison (.^innie E. Fisher) b. Richnond, Fran;<lin Co., Kansas, Jan. 
23, 1370: unit-d v/ith Associate Presb.Ch., 1335: studied at an academy 
in Olathe, Kan.: rr.ar. Richmond, Kan. Sept. 29, 1S96: appt'd. Sept. 1, 
1903. Released Dec. 26, I905. 

Rev. Iheoiore Ferdinan:: Hahn. M.D. b. Ranchi, Chota, Waypur, Ben^r^al, 
India, son of Rev. Ferdinand Hahn, a .Qeraan missionary: united with the 
Lutheran Ch., Breklum, Ger-any, 1393: studied at the gymnasiav.; Breklo:!, 
Ger., grad. Theol. Se:;;. of Bloomfield, 11. J. 1393; studied medicine in 
N.Y. and Baltimore: ord. Bloomfield, N.J. Nov. 7, 1399: served for one 
& one-half years in India under the Gossner .ass'y. Soc. of Berlin: join- 
ed this mission in Oct. 1904. Released Dec. 23, 1?39. 

Mrs. Hahn (Anna Ilartjareta Scheer) b. 3roo:<l:/n, :i.v-. Dec. 9, 1335: 
united with Presb. Ch., Bloomfield, N.J. V^j 1399: studied in public 
schools of Brooklyn St Bloomfield. mar. Bloomfield, N.J. Oct. 4, I904: 
joined the mission Oct. I904. Released Dec. 23, 1909. 

A.ssistant Passionaries 

Isabella -.rnitinT Ferris , b. Sound Beach, Fairfield, Conn. Jan. 11, I860: 
prof. reli^. 1372: studied ibntclair Hi.^h Sch. and Glaverack Inst. Arr. 
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Mar-^ gliz? beth Keves b. [Jnionville, Conn. Apr. 3, 1849: orx)f. ralif. 
Sect. 1864: studied Hartford .^e.:. Zeu,i a .-nissionai-/ under A..:. A. 
at Little Pock, Ark.: arr. Chihuahua Jul^r 2, 1386: released Nov. 12, 
13S9, having joined the Southern I'ithodists. 

Nellie Olivia Pr-scott b. Denmark, Lee Co., Iowa, Feb. 27, 1357: prof, 
relig. 1830, ::a7iolia, Iowa: ^ad. Iowa State K'orjial School: joined 
the mission April 1387: In U.S. Apr. to Oct. 1914 because of revolution 
in Mexico. In 1903 & in 1903 had Iv. of ab. in U.S. Arr. home June 17, 
1927; retired. 

Mary 3. Dunain-r b. Otisville, Orange Co., N.Y. July U, 1355: prof. 
relig. 1371: studied Somerset Institute & fiiss Bowen's, ..oodstock, Ct.j 
emb. New Orleans Aoril 8, 1339: vis. U.S. arr. M.Y. July 31, 1904: 
Arrld. on field Jan. 1905; .-irT'd. home June 22, 1911; .'jT'd_^ct{^3i^ 
1912; Ret'd. to U.S. fall of 1913; Ret'd to Mexico Oct. 1914. V.-as in 
U.S. April 1916 to -Jan. 1917 a for several months in 1913. Had 6 rvjDs. 
leave of absence in 1923 - July 25, 1924. Retired in 1925. Died Aug. 18, 
1927 at Plainfield, N.Y. See Herald Oct. 1927, pa-e 333. 

Florence -^Tiite (Transferred from J.^pan, July 26, 1392. See pa^e 185) Arr. 
Guadalajara, .Nov. 18, 1392: released :;arch 12, 1395. (ii-s. Janes) 
Died April 1, 1931 at I/est Brookfield, tjiss. 

Isabelle :>.ri-a .'ailer, b. Belize, British Honduras, Central A-aerica, Kay 
12, 1864. prof. reli-. Presb. Ch. 1836: studied at the N.Y. iJLssionary 
College, N.Y. Left N.Y. for the mission Aug. 23, 1397. (to 1399) 



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Augusta J« 3urrovfs, of Kawkeye, la.; b. Sheridan, Hardlton Co., Ind. June 
6, 18—: pi^^f. reli.-:. Spring of '92: studied at TiUotson Acad. Before 
joining thj rrassion engaged in teaching: joined the aission in 1394. 
Released Sept. 23, 1902. 

Kar7 Frances Lon^, b. Brooklyn, M.Y. Feb. lo73: studied in Packer 
Institute, Brooklyn, and the kindergarten system in the Teachers Colle-^e, 
New York; prof, relig. Richnond Kill, L.I. 1885: joined the mission in 
1887. Released Jan. 30, 1912. Re-ap. June 24, 1913. Had Iv of ab. 1903 
for few months & a^ain in 190? was in U. :. on sick Iv. .as in U.S. Apr. 
to Sept, 13, 1914 because of fear of war with Mexico, '..'as in U.S. i-Iar. 
to Dec. 1916 because of revolutionary conditions. Left field June 28, 
1921. Arr. hone July 8, 1921. 

Kan'- Lizzie Hc-^nnond, b. Rockville, Tolland Co. Conn. Oct. 26, 1855: prof. 
relig. 1368: studied at Bradford Acad, and a private school of laji^uages 
in V/orcester: joined the mission in 1394. Vis. the U.S. on account of 
ill health in 1893. Released Sept. 10, 1907. Died April 23, 1938, at 
Vforcester, Mass. 

Alice deason, dau. of Rev. d.L. Gleason of Haverhill, Mass., b. Rutland, 
Vt. Oct. 23, 1367: prof, relig. M.anchester, Mass. rlay 1331: studied at 
Viheaton oeni., Boston Univ. and Coluiibia Univ.. Joined the mission Nov. 
1901: Arr. home Au^. 10, 1903. Returned Nov. 5, 1909. Arr. home May 
12, 1914. I'.ay to Dec. 1912 in U.S. on Iv. of absence. Resignation 
accepted July 24, 1919. 



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Octavia ■■■'hitin-' M^-tthews , b. fbnson, Piscataquis Co., Me. March 31, 
1374: unit-d v/ith Con';. Ch., Lov;ell, 13c6: studied at Colby & Mt. 
Holyoke Colle^-es: emb. Boston Jan. 2, 1904. Released Jan. 1-^, 1910, 



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Assistant Missionaries 

Catherine Harden 3arbour: b. BuckhaTosted, Litchfield Co., Ct. June 1 
1363: prof. reli*^. Canton Centre, Ct., iay 187Z^: studied CollLnsville 
High Sch. and Mt.Holyoke Sea.: emb. .\'ew York, Dec. 17, '87: Vis. the 
U.S. in 1395: re-enb. H.Y. Aug. 14, 1395: Returned Dec. 1900. Died 
St.Johnsbury, Vt. Sept. 5, 1?01. (See Oct. Herald 1901). 

Manr Lyon Paq:e Transferred from V/estem Tuncey July 19, 1392. See 7ol. 
Ill, p. 55.. emb. Boston, Sent. 10, 1392: arr. San Sebastian, Sent. 

27, '92: Vis. U.S. arr. N. Y. May 17, 1399, re-erab. Boston, Oct. 13, 
1899. Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. July 2k, 1906: re-erab. Boston, Sept. "2, 1903. 
Ret. to U.S. 1911. (Dec.) Died July 4, 1912. See Herald Au^. 12, p. 356. 

Anna Foote V.'ehb , b. DLidi;jul, Lndia, Aug. 4, 1362, dau. of Rev. lidward 
V/ebb. prof, reli.g. Oxford, Penn.: studied at Oxford Acad, and .Vellesley 
Coll.: e;ab. Boston-, Sept. 10, 1392: arr. Sai Sebastian, Sept. 27, '92: 
Vis the U.S. re-enb. iJ.Y. Sept. 5, 1396: Vis. U.S. arr. ;J.Y. ;Lay 19, 1393. 
re-emb. r.^Y. Aug. 13, 1900. Vis. U.S. arr. Boston, hjirch 2, 1909: re-eab. 
Boston, July 24, 1909; Ar'd. hone i-ay 9, 1914; Sailed Sent. 5, 1914; 
Ar'd. hone July 19, 1921. .Vas in U.S. su-^mer 1919 - sailed back Aug. 25. 
Died Feb. 3, 1930 in New York City. 

Alice Huntin-ton Bushee, b. '.v'orcester, " Mass. Dec. 4, 1367: prof, relig. 
Jiily, 13:^1: studied at Ibrrisville Acad. & Mt.Holyoke 3e~.: emb. Boston 
Sept. 10, 1392: arr. San Sebastian, Sept. 27, '92: Vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. 



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Aug. 10, 1S99. re-emb., Boston, Sept. 12, I9OO. Vis. U.3. arr. tl.Y. 
Sept. 19, 1907. Died in V.bonsocket, R.I. on April 23, 1956. See card. 

Helen V/in.^er, b. Sprln -field, Chio, ::arch 17, 1331: united >,lth 2nd. 
Presb. Church, SnrinTfield, 0., April 1393: studied at -..'ittenbur- Col. 
Spria-field, v;estern Col., and grad. V/ellasley Col. 1902: emb. Boston 
Sept. 14, 1904: Released .-Ir-j 12, 1903. 

May I-forrison, b. Lev;isville, Chester Co., Pa. Feb. 11, 1373: united ;d.th 
Presb. Church 1336: studied in Univ. of Pa.: appt'd. Sept. I3, I904 at 
which time she was teaching in the Intemat. Inst. Arr. home I-^r. 19, 
•11; Sailed Aug. 5, 1911; .'^r. home July 19, 1921. Died April 3, I956 
in Media, Pa. See card. 



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Mssiona.ries 

John Solo.on Port.r , b, .^lead, Tolland Co., Conn. ;..rch 1, :.:,,: 

prof, relig Gilead, Conn.: p-ad. ;/iUia.^ Coll. 13:3: H.-t--^^^ . 

3e=i. 1891: ord. -.ilead. Sent. 16, 1,391- erh -v. . 

. . -Lu, ioyx, eiub. Boston, Oct. Tj., 13^1: 

arr. Pra^e Nov. 17, '91: Vis. U.S. su.^r of '93: re-^b. , Id 
arrived Pra.^e, :.'ov. 15, 1S93: Vis. U.S. arr. :i.Y. ;..,a 29, 1397... 
,e^,b. Nov. 10, 1900. arrived at Pra^e Nov. 29, 15>J. ^i^! U.l arr. 

N.Y. July 21, 1910. Sailed Mar. 2 1Q12- irr. v, ■ . 

u ..ctr. ^, ivi^, ^j,. home .j^.v 21, 1917; Sailed 

-ay 27, 1919; ;^r. hone June 4, 1925; Sailed Nov. 7, 1925. .^^etired 

July 1, 1932. Died Sent. 6, 1933 in Pra.^ae, Czech. 

^rs._Porter (Lizzie Lucratia Colver) Manchester, Ct., born, Tolland, 
Ct., June 23, 1864. Educated at Hartford High Sch, Hartford Athenaeua 
class, nar. Manchester, Ct. Oct. 3, 1893. arr. Pra^e, Nov. I5, .93: 

vis. U.S. arr. N.Y. Apr. 29, 1897: re-e.b. Nov. 10, I9OO: -^s. U.S. 

arr. N.Y. July 21, I91O: re-.e..barKed .lar. 2, 1912. Arrived U.S. y^y 

21, 1917; resail.d l^y 27, 1919. Died Prague, Czechoslav^Ma, Au^nzst 

29, 1924. Missionary Herald 1924, pa^e 569. 



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Missionaries 

Willia.; Drake ::estervplt. b. Oberlin, 0. Dec. 26, 1849: prof, 
relig. :.;etanora. 111. 1564: ,rad. Obarlin Coll. 1371: Yale & Oberlin 
Ihaol. Sen., ;^ad. 1374;for 7 jears a pastor in Denver, Colo.: a-nb. 
San Francisco, Aoril 26, 13H9: arr. Honolulu, Lla:. 3, 18^9: released 
July 21, 1391. 

I-rs. :;esterve-.t , (Lo-oisa Clark) b. Cha.ee, N.Y., Aug. 24, 1850: prof, 
relig. Oberlin 1S65: studied in Oberlin CoU.: e.b. 3an Francisco, April 
26, 13.39: arr. Honolulu, Xay 3, 1389: released July 21, 1391. 

Joto Leadin^han, b. Aubroath, Scotland, Dec. 18, 1853: prof, relig. 
Hai^^ond, :;.Y. 1874: grad. Oberlin Coll. 1333, Oberlin 3em. 1337: ord. 
Oberlin, June 3, 1337: e.b. San Francisco Oct. 27, 1394 to be associated 
with Rev. Dr. F^de in the care of the North Pacific I-ass'y. Institute. 
arr. Honolulu, Nov.. 3. Released, Feb. 9, 1904. Died Aug. 31, 1935 at 
Los Angeles, Cal, 

Mrs. Leadin^ha.. (Anna .^yo Rich), .alo, Me. (Piscataquis Co.) April 24, 
1857: prof, relig. June 1372: studied at Oberlin Coll.: .-.ar. June I5, 
1337: enb. San Francisco Oct. 27, 1394: arr. Honolulu Nov. 3. Released 
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