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Rev. George Brown (1813 - 1889)

Miss Jessie Brown was the teacher in charge of the “Native” primary School, attached to St Mungo’s, in Auckland. She was the grand-daughter of William Chalmers who came to the Gw...

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Rev. William Chalmers (1802 - 1847)

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John Stalker SV/PROG MP (1843 - 1914)

John Stalker, a Scottish teacher came to Natal in ca 1874 to teach at the "Scottish Mission Training School" in Pietermaritzburg. He was paid by "Free Church of Scotland" and was olso known as a "Rever...

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Johannes Heinrich Christian Wilhelm Neitz, SV/PROG MP (1866 - 1942)

One of the first missionaries of the Berlin Missionary Society - in 1892 Wedpohl, Neitz and Dietrich opened a mission at Chivi

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Rev. John Bartlett, SV/PROG (1788 - 1849)

John Bartlett first arrived in the Cape in 1809 as a Blacksmith for the Navy, appointed by the Naval Board, he was stationed at the Cape of Good Hope Naval yard. He worked there for 4 years and left hi...

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Jules Joseph Adolphe Jalla (1864 - 1946)

Adolfo (Jules Joseph Adolphe) Jalla (September 24, 1864 - January 17, 1946) Waldensian pastor and missionary in Zambia at the Malozi, wrote a grammar for Lozi - the language of the Malozi. President of...

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Luigi (Louis David) Jalla (1860 - 1943)

Translation Louis Jalla Luigi (Louis David) Jalla (August 25, 1860 - March 21, 1943), pastor and missionary in Zambia for the Société des Missions évangeliques of Paris, he mad...

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George Barker (1789 - 1861)

George BARKER (1789-1861) son of Nathaniel BARKER of Wimbish near Saffrom Walden, Essex, was educated at Gosport Public School, became a Congregational Minister, joined the London Missionary Society an...

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Rev. Dr. John Philip MP (1775 - 1851)

Philip, John 1775 to 1851 Congregational (LMS) South Africa In 1819 the Reverend Doctor John Philip, a tall, dark, strongly built Scots Congregationalist minister, began a career as resident di...

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Johannes Theodorus van der Kemp, SV/PROG MP (1747 - 1812)

Name: Johannes Theodorus van der Kemp Pioneer Dutch missionary and protagonist of racial equality in South Africa Variations of the name: None Origin of the name: Dutch (Van der Kamp): topographic ...

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Anna Maria Martin, SM/PROG (1877 - 1961)

Arriveer in 1907

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Wilhelm Harry Holzapfel, Eerw. SV/PROG (1876 - 1940)

a. 1903 as sendeling in diens v.d. Rynse Sendinggenootskap MOOC 6/9/7039 71492 HOLZAPFEL, WILHELM HARRY. ESTATE PAPERS. 1940 ======================================================== Wilhelm Harry...

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François Coillard (1834 - 1904)

Coillard suffered a fatal attack of haematuric fever at Lealui in Northern Rhodesia and died on 27 May 1904; he was buried near his wife at Sefula. [ çois_Coillard Wikipedia François Co...

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Rev. Thomas Samuel Hood, SV/PROG MP (1799 - 1863)

Hood, Thomas Samuel Last Name: Hood First Name: Thomas Samuel Date of Birth: b. 7 Mar chr. 31 Mar 1799 Place of Birth: St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London, England Parents –...

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John Boden Thomson (1841 - d.)

John Boden Thomson was born on 14 April 1841 at Kirkpatrick, Kirkcudbrightshire. He studied at Western College and Highgate Missionary College. He married Elizabeth Edwards in 1869. In the same year he...

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Roger Price (1834 - 1900)

Roger Price was a missionary in South Africa. He was one of the survivors of the ill-fated Makololo mission in 1859-60, though he lost his first wife and child. Trained for the Independent (Congregat...

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Thomas Morgan Thomas (1830 - 1884)

Thomas Morgan Thomas "Thomas Morgan Thomas was born on 13 Mar 1830, at Bridgend, South Wales. He was appointed to the Matabele Mission with the London Missionary Society. He was ordained on 11 May 18...

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John Smith Moffat (1835 - 1918)

John Smith Moffat was born at Kuruman, South Africa in 1835. He was educated in England and joined the London Missionary Society in 1858. His father settled him at Inyati in 1859, where he lived for 6 ...

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Rev. William Sykes (1827 - 1897)

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Robert Moffat, Dr. MP (1795 - 1883)

Robert Moffat (1795-1883) was a Scottish pioneer missionary to South Africa who arrived in Cape Town in 1817. He opened mission stations in the interior, translated the Bible into the language of the B...

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Dr. David Livingstone MP (1813 - 1873)

David Livingstone was born on the 19 March 1813, 8 miles south of Glasgow, one of seven children. As a young child he worked tirelessly on the cotton mills from 6am to 8pm and then studied hard at the ...

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Holloway Helmore (1815 - 1860)

In 1881 Emily and Emma Elizabeth (although recorded as Elizabeth E) were with their sister Olive who was running a Ladies School at Causeway, in Horsham, Sussex. In 1891 Census Olive was still running ...

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