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Receiving a Small Lease continued By Frances Slater
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This is a colour edition of Appendix 2012,which is an addition to version 1 of "Receiving a Small Lease". Version 2 (black & white) of "Receiving a Small Lease" already... More > contains this Appendix 2012.< Less
Receiving a Small Lease By Frances Slater
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This book represents many years of family history research by New Zealander, Frances Slater, into her grandparents Elizabeth Damery and George Bradfield, both of whom were born and lived in West... More > Cork, Ireland, and their extended family. The book was expanded substantially in 2013 with Appendix 2012.< Less
The Wolfe Sisters By Frances Slater
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The life of the lady missionaries, Minnie, Annie and Amy Wolfe, daughters of Archdeacon John Richard & Mary Wolfe, of the Church Missionary Society, in Foochow, China.
The Slater Family of Oamaru By Frances Slater
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Photographs and memories of the Slater family of Oamaru, New Zealand.
JRW: The Fukien Mission By John Fitzgerald & Frances Slater
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JRW: John Richard Wolfe was born in 1832 in the townland of Mallavonea, near Skibbereen, Co. Cork, Ireland. He was the second son of farmer Richard Wolfe and Susan Croston, a Church of Ireland... More > family. John followed a religious path early in his life being a Scripture Reader for the Irish Church Mission. He then trained as a missionary with the Church Missionary Society (C.M.S) in England and was assigned to Foochow in South China. He landed there in 1862 and successfully pursued his missionary work until he died in 1915. John married and had six children. He was made Archdeacon in 1887 and Vice-President of the C.M.S in 1910. We have produced a number of books that give an insight into aspects of his work and his family. This book contains extracts from various sources which set a broad picture in terms of the political and practical circumstances in China in the missionary field of which John Richard was a part.< Less
JRW: Story of the Fuh-kien Mission By John Fitzgerald & Frances Slater
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JRW: John Richard Wolfe was born in 1832 in the townland of Mallavonea, near Skibbereen, Co. Cork, Ireland. He was the second son of farmer Richard Wolfe and Susan Croston, a Church of Ireland... More > family. John followed a religious path early in his life being a Scripture Reader for the Irish Church Mission. He then trained as a missionary with the Church Missionary Society (C.M.S) in England from 1857 and after being ordained deacon in St. Paul’s cathedral in May 1861 he was assigned to Foochow in South China. He landed there in 1862 and successfully pursued his missionary work until he died in 1915. John married and had six children. He was made Archdeacon in 1887 and Vice-President of the C.M.S in 1910. We have produced a number of books that give an insight into aspects of his working environment, his achievements and his family. This book contains “The Story of The Fuh-kien Mission of the Church Missionary Society”, third edition, published in 1890 and the fourth edition published in 1904.< Less
JRW: Foochow Missionaries By John Fitzgerald & Frances Slater
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JRW: John Richard Wolfe was born in 1832 in the townland of Mallavonea, near Skibbereen, Co. Cork, Ireland. He was the second son of farmer Richard Wolfe and Susan Croston, a Church of Ireland... More > family. John followed a religious path early in his life being a Scripture Reader for the Irish Church Mission. He then trained as a missionary with the Church Missionary Society (C.M.S) in England from 1857 and after being ordained deacon in St. Paul’s cathedral in May 1861 he was assigned to Foochow in South China. He landed there in 1862 and successfully pursued his missionary work until he died in 1915. John married and had six children. He was made Archdeacon in 1887 and Vice-President of the C.M.S in 1910. We have produced a number of books that give an insight into aspects of his working environment, his achievements and his family. This book contains the account of the “Foochow Missionaries 1847 to 1880” that Ellsworth Carlson published in 1974.< Less
JRW: 1895 Hwa-Sang Massacre By John Fitzgerald & Frances Slater
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Thomas Wolfe of Mallavonea By Frances Slater & John Fitzgerald
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Thomas Wolfe was a farmer's son from the townland of Mallavonea near Skibbereen County Cork, Ireland. He was a very religious man of the protestant faith. He trained and became curate of... More > Templecrone in County Donegal. Unfortunately he was to practise for less than a year before he died of pneumonia at the age of 28 years old.< Less
Fuzhou 2012 By Frances Slater et al.
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“Fuzhou 2012” is a description of a visit to Fuzhou, Fujian, China in late October 2012. The book contains approx 265 photos/maps, 25 pages of text and 17 extracts from CMS historical... More > documents. We attended the 120th anniversary of Shangjie Church to celebrate its founding by our ancestor Archdeacon John Richard Wolfe and met members of the congregation. The next day we joined in a service at the former Anglican Cathedral now Cangshan Church and visited CMS Mission sites and places associated with the Archdeacon on Nantai Island. The third day we drove up to Kuliang and Ga-u where missionaries had their summer cottages. Finally, we went to the North Gate and Back Street in the City, both very significant in the history of CMS work in Fuzhou.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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