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John Leighton Wilson, an alumnus of Columbia Theological Seminary, and his wife Jane Bayard Wilson were the first missionaries to West Africa by the American Board of. Missionary to West Coast of Africa.
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Works concerning the Rev. John Leighton Memoirs of Rev. John Leighton Wilson book Bucher, Henry H., Jr., “John Leighton Wilson and the Mpongwe: The ‘Spirit of ’ in Mid-Nineteenth Century Africa,” Journal of Presbyterian History, (Fall ) Memoirs of Rev.
John Leighton Wilson, D.D.: missionary to Africa, and secretary of foreign missions /. Works concerning the Rev. John Leighton Wilson: Bucher, Henry H., Jr., “John Leighton Wilson and the Mpongwe: The ‘Spirit of ’ in Mid-Nineteenth Century Africa,” Journal of Presbyterian History, (Fall ) Page - And they came to the place which God had told him of ; and Abraham built an altar there, and laid the wood in order, and bound Isaac his son, and laid him on the altar upon the wood.
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aD' Of John Leighton Wilson it is. John Leighton Stuart, who was born and brought up in Hangchow, China, where both his father and mother were leading missionaries, tells us that in his boyhood he always had “an aversion for missionary life.” Even after his graduation from Hampden-Sydney College, he still confessed his “lack of enthusiasm for missionary service.”.
McClintock, John, in Half Century Pastorate of the Rev. John McClintock at New Providence Congregation, Presbytery of Redstone, Celebrated July 10th, The resignation of and release from the pastoral charge; the proceedings and addresses on that occasion; to which is affixed the autobiography and fiftieth anniversary sermon of the pastor.
Hampden Coit DuBose (30 September in Darlington, South Carolina – 22 March in Suzhou) was a Presbyterian missionary in China with the American Presbyterian Mission (South) and founder of the Anti-Opium League in Dr. Hampden Coit DuBose was the son of Rev. Julius Jesse DuBose and Margaret Eliza Thompson, married Pauline McAlpine, daughter of Augustine Irving.
Synopsis In latea young missionary couple sailed from the Chesapeake Bay, headed for western Africa. John Leighton Wilson and his wife, Jane, were traveling to the colony of Liberia, where they--and their fellow passengers, mostly liberated slaves and freeborn African Americans--hoped to find an alternative to the inequality of the American South.
(London: T. Nelson ; New York: R. Carter, ), by John Leighton, Daniel Wilson, and W. Stowell (page images at HathiTrust) The Puritan age and rule in the colony of the Massachusetts Bay, / (Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, ), by George Edward Ellis (page images at HathiTrust) Smooth stones taken from ancient Brooks.
primary source. William Strong was also a contemporary of the board, though his book was published in In addition, he was a classmate of Rev.
John Wyncoop, who accompanied Rev. John Leighton Wilson on the West African mission (ibid., ) and was the ABCFM’s “Editorial Secretary” at the time his book was published. See title page. (If the author links in this post are broken, please visit our Free PDF Library and click on the author’s page directly.).
If the history of missions work by American Presbyterians interests you, there is a goldmine to be discovered among the writings available at Log College Press. Memoirs of Rev. John Leighton Wilson, D. D., Missionary to Africa and Secretary of Foreign Missions, Chapter XI, “The Manumission of his Slaves, ” pp The detailed official correspondence and findings of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions are carried in the of that body, Annual Reports.
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WILSON, Rev. & Mrs. John Leighton (Jane Elizabeth Bayard) (Mar. 25, - J ) & (- J ) LIBERIA, GABON. Born Sumter Co., SC, Mar. 25, Union Col., ; Columbia Seminary, Appointed by Southern Board of Missions, auxiliary society to American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, in Lucy Maud Montgomery The Woman Behind The Books Memoirs Private Letters Including The Complete Anne of Green Gables Series Emily Starr Trilogy The Blue Castle Memoirs of Rev John Leighton Wilson.
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Bibliography. Robert Morrison, Memoirs of the Rev. William Milne, D.D. () Robert Philip, The Life and Opinions of the Rev. William Milne, D.D., Missionary to China ().
Daniel H. Bays, Christian Tracts: The Two Friends, in Suzanne Wilson Barnett and John King Fairbank, eds., Christianity in China: Early Protestant Missionary Writings () Brian Harrison, Waiting for China: The Anglo.HENRY WILSON STOREY. WITH. GENEALOGICAL MEMOIRS.
ILLUSTRATED. VOLUME I. THE LEWIS PUBLISHING COMPANY. NEW YORK CHICAGO. Rev. Morgan John,Richland Township, Rivers at Johnstown,with images of each book .The celebrated family of the Swifts, who resided at Goodrich, are not overlooked: and, throughout the whole are interspersed, a variety of amusing and interesting circumstances: never before collected: particularly, memoirs and anecdotes of the life of John Kyrle, esq.
rendered immortal by the muse of Pope, under the character of "The man of Ross.".